Works of the Camden Society, Edição 70

Camden Society, 1858 - 131 páginas

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Página 101 - In cujus rei testimonium has litteras nostras fieri fecimus patentes. Teste meipso apud Windelesoram septimo die Marcii anno regni nostri quadragesimo sexto.
Página xix - ... divers writings of consequence, and books which were left in my study, some of them they tore in pieces, others they burnt to light their tobacco, and some they carried away with them, to my extreme great loss and prejudice, in wanting the writings of my estate, and losing very many excellent manuscripts of my father's and others, and some of my own labours.
Página 105 - Corner, where he and his retinue dined on the ground, with such meat and drink as they brought in the coach with them; and afterwards he drove fast through the streets, which were empty of people, and overgrown with grass, to Westminster Hall...
Página 12 - Hed in Estcheap, who sithence, having good inheritance descended to him, is now clerk of the king's stable, and a knight, a very discreet and honest gentleman ' ; as we learn from the ' Liber Famelicus ' of Sir John Whitelocke, edited by J.

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