The history of the town and township of Barnsley, in Yorkshire

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Página 216 - Let thy work appear unto thy servants, And thy glory unto their children. And let the beauty of the LORD our God be upon us: And establish thou the work of our hands upon us; Yea, the work of our hands establish thou it.
Página 56 - JOHN, by the grace of God King of England, Lord of Ireland, Duke of Normandy and Aquitaine, and Earl of Anjou...
Página 114 - VICTORIA, by the grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland Queen, Defender of the Faith...
Página 128 - James, by the grace of God of England, France, and Ireland king, defender of the faith, and of Scotland \he.
Página 15 - These allotments were called feoda, feuds, fiefs, or fees; which last appellation in the northern language signifies a conditional stipend or reward. Rewards or stipends they evidently were, and the condition annexed to them was that the possessor should do service faithfully, both at home and in the wars, to him by whom they were given...
Página 214 - Fri. 30. — I turned aside to Barnsley, formerly famous for all manner of wickedness. They were then ready to tear any Methodist preacher in pieces. Now not a dog wagged his tongue. I preached near the market place to a very large congregation ; and I believe the word sunk into many hearts: they seemed to drink in every word. Surely God will have a people in this place.
Página 16 - Book, which was finished in the next year ; and in the latter end of that very year the king was attended by all his nobility at Sarum, where all the principal landholders submitted their lands to the yoke of military tenure, became the king's vassals, and did homage and fealty to his person (i).
Página 15 - ... and to that end, large districts or parcels of land were allotted by the conquering general to the superior officers of the army, and by them dealt out again in smaller parcels or allotments to the inferior officers and most deserving soldiers. These allotments were called feoda, feuds, fiefs, or fees; which last appellation in the northern language signifies a conditional stipend or reward.
Página 194 - A safe companion and an easy friend, Unblamed through life, lamented in thy end; These are thy honours; not that here thy bust Is...
Página 16 - ... openly and humbly kneeling, being ungirt, uncovered, and holding up his hands both together between those of the lord who sate before him, and there professing that " he did become his man, from that day forth, of life and limb and earthly honor...

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