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" ... image of our Lady, her face was wonderfully disfigured, her tongue hanging out, and her eyes being, in a manner, plucked out and laid upon her cheeks ; and so, greatly disordered. "
The Ingoldsby Country: Literary Landmarks of the "Ingoldsby Legends" - Página 159
de Charles George Harper - 1904 - 274 páginas
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Churchman's Magazine, Volumen 1

1821
...heard speaking within her belly as it had been in a tun, her lips not greatly moving ; she all lhas while continuing by the space of three hours or more in a trance. The which voice, when it told any thing of the joys of heaven ; it spake so sweetly, and so heavenly, that every mail was ravished...
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The Life of Archbishop Cranmer, Volumen 1

Henry John Todd - 1831
...greatly disordered. Then was there a voice heard speaking within her belly, ' as it had been in a tun, her lips not greatly moving ; she all that while continuing...or more in a trance. The which voice, when it told any thing of the joys of heaven, it spake so sweetly and so heavenly, that every man was ravished with...
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The Life of Archbishop Cranmer, Volumen 1

Henry John Todd - 1831
...was there a voice heard speaking within her belly, ' as it had been in a tun, her lips-not greath/ moving ; she all that while continuing by the space...or more in a trance. The which voice, when it told any thing of the joys of heaven, it spake so sweetly and so heavenly, that every man was ravished with...
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The Life of Archbishop Cranmer, Volumen 1

Charles Webb Le Bas - 1833
...so, greatly disordered. Then was there a voice heard speaking in her belly, as it had been in a tun, her lips not greatly moving ; she all that while continuing,...or more, in a trance. The which voice, when it told any thing of the joys of heaven, it spake so sweetly and so heavenly, that every man was ravished with...
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The Remains of Thomas Cranmer, Archbishop of Canterbury, Volumen 1

Thomas Cranmer - 1833
...greatly disordered. Then was there heard a voice speaking within her belly, as it had been in a tun ; her lips not greatly moving ; she all that while continuing by the space of three hours and more in a trance ; the which voice, when it told any thing of the joys of heaven, it spake so sweetly...
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Remains, Volumen 1

Thomas Cranmer - 1833
...greatly disordered. Then was there heard a voice speaking within her belly, as it had been in a tun ; her lips not greatly moving ; she all that while continuing by the space of three hours and more in a trance ; the which voice, when it told any thing of the joys of heaven, it spake so sweetly...
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The Methodist Review, Volumen 7;Volumen 18

1836
...so, greatly disordered. Then was there a voice heard speaking in her belly, as it had been in a tun, her lips not greatly moving ; she all that while continuing,...or more, in a trance. The which voice, when it told any thing of the joys of heaven, it spake so sweetly and so heavenly, that every man was ravished with...
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Memorials of the Most Reverend Father in God Thomas Cranmer ..., Volumen 13

John Strype - 1848
...greatly disordered. Then was there heard a voice speaking within her belly, as it had been in a tun ; her lips not greatly moving ; she all that while continuing by the space of three hours and more in a trance; the which voice, when it told any thing- of the joys of heaven, it spake so sweetly...
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The life of Thomas Cranmer, archbishop of Canterbury

1856
...so, greatly disordered. Then was there a voice heard speaking in her belly, as it had been in a tun, her lips not greatly moving ; she all that while continuing,...voice, when it told anything of the joys of heaven, it spake so sweetly and so heavenly that every man was ravished with the hearing thereof. And contrary,...
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History of England from the Fall of Wolsey to the Death of Elizabeth, Volumen 1

James Anthony Froude - 1856
...greatly deformed. There was then heard a voice speaking within her belly, as it had been in a tonne, her lips not greatly moving : she all that while continuing...or more in a trance. The which voice, when it told of anything of the joys of heaven, spake so sweetly and so heavenly, that every man was ravished with...
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