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" The hawks of Norway, where a winter's day is hardly an hour of clear light, are the swiftest of wing of any fowl under the firmament, nature teaching them to bestir themselves, to lengthen the shortness of the time with their swiftness. Such the active... "
Lives of the Princesses of England, from the Norman Conquest - Página 374
de Mary Anne Everett Green - 1857
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The Book of Days: A Miscellany of Popular Antiquities in ..., Volumen 2

Robert Chambers - 1832
...an early understanding.' Fuller, speaking of her in his quaint style, says : ' The hawks of Norway, where a winter's day is hardly an hour of clear light,...the shortness of the time with their swiftness. Such was the active piety of this lady, improving the little life allotted to her, in running the way of...
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The history of the worthies of England, Volumen 2

Thomas Fuller - 1840
...purposely made, with an inscription of the date of her death engraved on her coffin." The hawks of Norway, where a winter's day is hardly an hour of clear light,...little life allotted her, " in running the way of God's commandments." AN.VE, third daughter to king Charles the First and queen Mary, was born at Saint James's,...
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The History of the Worthies of England, Volumen 2

Thomas Fuller - 1840
...purposely made, with an inscription of the date of her death engraved on her coffin." The hawks of Norway, where a winter's day is hardly an hour of clear light,...little life allotted her, " in running the way of God's commandments." ANXE, third daughter to king Charles the First and queen Mary, was born at Saint James's,...
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The daughter at school

John Todd - 1853
...a short time, and therefore you cannot accomplish much. Up and to your work. "The hawks of Norway, where a winter's day is hardly an hour of clear light, are the swiftest on the wing of any fowl under the firmament, — nature teaching them to bestir themselves, to lengthen...
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Nelsons' hand-book to the Isle of Wight

William Henry Davenport Adams - 1862
...has preserved this simple narrative, makes thereupon a characteristic comment : "The hawks of Norway, where a winter's day is hardly an hour of clear light,...piety of this lady, improving the little life allotted to her 'in running the way of God's commandments.'" The coffin was made of strong lead, ridged in the...
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Nelsons' Hand-book to the Isle of Wight: Its History, Topography, and ...

William Henry Davenport Adams - 1864 - 207 páginas
...has preserved this simple narrative, makes thereupon a characteristic comment : "The hawks of Norway, where a winter's day is hardly an hour of clear light,...piety of this lady, improving the little life allotted to her ' in running the way of God's commandments.'" The coffin was made of strong lead, ridged in...
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The Isle of Wight: Its History, Topography, and Antiquities ... Especially ...

William Henry Davenport Adams - 1884 - 323 páginas
...preserved this simple narrative, makes thereupon a characteristic comment : " The hawks of Norway, where a winter's day is hardly an hour of clear light, are the swiftest of * See Adams's History, Topography, and Antiquities of the Isle of Wight. wing of any fowl under the...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volumen 282

1897
...the Princess Elizabeth, daughter of Charles I., is sympathetic and impressive. The hawks of Norway, where a winter's day is hardly an hour of clear light,...little life allotted her "in running the way of God's commandments." Fuller would have been pleased with the conceit of the broken prison-bars expressed...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volumen 282

1897
...the Princess Elizabeth, daughter of Charles I., is sympathetic and impressive. The hawks of Norway, where a winter's day is hardly an hour of clear light, are the swiftest of wing of any fowl under the f1rmament, nature teaching them to bestir themselves, to lengthen the shortness of the time with their...
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