Archaeologia Cambrensis

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W. Pickering, 1894
 

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Página 64 - The purest treasure mortal times afford, Is spotless reputation ; that away, Men are but gilded loam, or painted clay. A jewel in a ten times barr'd up chest Is a bold spirit in a loyal breast. Mine honour is my life ; both grow in one ; Take honour from me, and my life is done : Then, dear my liege, mine honour let me try : In that I live, and for that will I die.
Página 53 - Albeit the Dominion Principality and Country of Wales justly and righteously is, and ever hath been incorporated annexed united and subject to and under the Imperial Crown of this Realm as a very Member and Joint of the same...
Página 163 - Majesty; nor yet from any want of due tenderness to dissenters, in relation to whom they are willing to come to such a temper as shall be thought fit, when that matter shall be considered and settled in Parliament and Convocation.
Página 53 - Realm, and also because that the People of the same Dominion have and do daily use a Speech nothing like, nor consonant to the natural Mother Tongue used within this Realm, some rude and ignorant People have made Distinction and Diversity between the King's Subjects of this Realm, and his Subjects of the said Dominion and Principality of WALES, whereby great Discord Variance Debate Division Murmur and Sedition hath grown between his said Subjects...
Página 55 - Jan' per ipsum principem.' On the seal is the portrait of Owen seated in a chair, holding the sceptre in his right hand and the globe in his left. In 1404 he made a treaty with Charles VII of France against England. The French troops landed at Milford, and marched as far as Woodbury Hill, in Worcestershire, where they were dispersed. I think this is the last invasion of England by the French. Uniting with the Percys and Mortimer, he designed the partition of England into a Triptarchy.
Página 118 - ... 23, the Parliamentary force from Montgomeryshire got possession of Llansilin church and fortified it to keep in the Chirk Castle men, where Sir John Watts was governor. That some skirmishing took place in getting possession of the church, or in defending it, is evident by the bullet holes in the door. We may imagine the delight of the Parliamentary soldiers in having possession of the church, and being able to carry out in all its rigour the order which was given in...
Página 240 - I've heard, for so the muse has told, He's kind and gentle to the old ; Yes, to his castle I will hie ; There's none to match it 'neath the sky : It is a baron's stately court, Where bards for sumptuous fare resort ; There dwells the lord of Powis land, Who granteth every just demand.
Página 196 - Acres, at or upon the Two most usual Feasts or Days of Payment in the Year, that is to say, the Feast of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, and the Feast of St. Michael the Archangel, in every Year, by even and equal Portions...
Página 196 - Maries at the two most usual feasts in the year viz : at the feast of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary and at the feast of Saint Michael the Archangel by even and equal portions...
Página 67 - Where the houses are well stored with wine and the land is rich. Its school is celebrated, and its city for preachers and men of science. God is present in its beautiful temple — A church adorned with rich...

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