Chronicles of Charter-house

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G. Bell, 1847 - 218 pages
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Page 63 - God, do make and ordain this my last will and testament in manner and form following. That is to say First and Principally I commend my soul into the hands of Almighty God...
Page 21 - Lo, dost thou not see, Meg, that these blessed fathers be now as cheerfully going to their deaths as bridegrooms to their marriage...
Page 204 - Be it therefore enacted, by the king's most excellent majesty, the lords spiritual and temporal, and the commons...
Page 134 - Poor Elkanah, all other changes past, For bread in Smithfield dragons hiss'd at last, Spit streams of fire to make the butchers gape, And found his manners suited to his shape, &c.
Page 127 - Usher's charge, to teach the Scholars to cypher and cast an accompt, especially those that are less capable of learning, and fittest to be put to trades.
Page 200 - Saving always to the king's most excellent Majesty, his heirs and successors, and to all and every other person and persons, bodies politic and corporate...
Page 33 - My very good Lord, after my most hearty commendations, it shall please your Lordship to understand that the monks of the Charterhouse here at London, which were committed to Newgate for their traitorous behaviour long time continued against the King's Grace, be almost despatched by the hand of God...
Page 92 - ... withheld, if they appeared once to be perverted ; so as it keepeth them in a continual good behaviour and awe to employ them aright ; none of which points do match with the present case. The next consideration may be, whether this intended hospital, as it hath a more ample endowment than other hospitals...
Page 93 - Windsor ; which particular would give a man small encouragement to follow that precedent. Therefore the best effect of hospitals is to make the kingdom if it were possible capable of that law, that there be no beggar in Israel...
Page 184 - ... existant, per que presentibus non expressa vel totaliter non inserta effectus earum impediri valeat quomodolibet vel differri et de quibus quorumque totis tenoribus de verbo ad verbum habenda sit in nostris litteris mentio specialis...

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