The History of France: Civil and Military, Ecclesiastical, Political, Literary, Commercial, &c. &c. from the Time of Its Conquest by Clovis, A.D. 486, Volume 3

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T. Cadell jun. and W. Davies, 1804
 

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Página 48 - Tuscan, born of mean parents, rose, by various steps, from the obscure station of a monk of Clugni, to the rank of archdeacon in the Roman church, and, from the time of Leo IX. who treated him with peculiar marks of distinction, was accustomed to govern the Roman pontiffs by his counsels, which had acquired the highest degree of influence and authority. In the year 1073, and the same day that Alexander...
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Página 240 - I love my master, my wife, and my children; I will not go out free': Then his master shall bring him unto the judges; he shall also bring him to the door, or unto the door post; and his master shall bore his ear through with an awl; and he shall serve him for ever.
Página 337 - The nave may be assigned to the end of the twelfth or beginning of the thirteenth century. The two arcades are not quite alike, but are probably of the same, or nearly the same, date.
Página 247 - ... le vous avons dit , déclaré et commis de bouche. Et nous promettons en bonne foy que nous , pour nous et nos successeurs , ratifierons et approuverons , tendrons et ferons tenir et garder tout ce que vous ferez et accorderez sur les choses dessus dittes , et...
Página 183 - Jack will be found in the Appendix at the end of this volume. The object of the present book may be expressed in few words.
Página 196 - ... Toulousians, and Albigenses. All these branches, however, sprang from one common stock, and were animated by the same religious and moral principles. ALBIGENSES became latterly their common name in, France, from the great number of them that inhabited the city of Alby, and the district of Albigeois, between the Garonne and the Rhone ; but that name was not general and confirmed till after the council of Alby in the year 1254, which condemned them as heretics. Their number and prevalence in that...
Página 136 - Ireland, for the expiation of my sins, and out of my own free will, with the advice and consent of my barons, do give unto the church of Rome, and to pope Innocent III. and his successors, the kingdoms of England and Ireland, together with all the rights belonging to them ; and will hold them of the pope, as his vassal.
Página 362 - Trinity was condemned to the flames, and yourfelf were thrown into confinement. This you did not omit to mention. The machinations of the abbot of St. Denys, and of your falfe brethren...
Página 371 - ... to prostitute herself, if she can, to a richer. As the argument advanced (in Aeschines) by the wise Aspasia to Xenophon and his wife plainly convinces us. When the wise woman aforesaid had propounded this argument for their reconciliation, she concluded as follows: "For when ye have understood this, that there is not a better man nor a happier woman on the face of the earth ; then ye will ever and above all things seek that which ye think the best; thou to be the husband of so excellent a wife,...

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