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Página 308 - So this was the mournfullest day that in my life I had seen, or the Church of England herself, since the Reformation; to the great rejoicing of both Papist and Presbyter.
Página 56 - The chiefest of his paintings was a Sebastian, of Titian. From him we went to Monsieur Frene's, who showed us many rare drawings, a Rape of Helen in black chalk; many excellent things of Sneiders, all naked; some of Julio and Michael Angelo; a Madonna of Passignano; some things of Parmensis, and other masters. The next morning, being recommended to one Monsieur de Hausse, President of the Parliament, and once Ambassador at Venice for the French King, we were very civilly received, and showed his...
Página 354 - This evening, according to custom, His Majesty opened the revels of that night by throwing the dice himself in the privy-chamber, where was a table set on purpose, and lost his £100.
Página 201 - They wear very long crisp hair, of several streaks and colours, which they make so by a wash, dishevelling it on the brims of a broad hat that has no crown, but a hole to put out their heads by ; they dry them in the sun, as one may see them at their windows.
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Página 322 - God, in whose bosom he is ! May I and mine become as this little child, who now follows the child Jesus, that Lamb of God in a white robe, whithersoever he goes : — even so, Lord Jesus, fott voluntas tua ! [Thy will be done !] Thou gavest him to us, Thou hast taken him from us ; blessed be the name of the Lord...
Página 283 - Egyptian had a spear in his hand; but he went down to him with a staff, and plucked the spear out of the Egyptian's hand, and slew him with his own spear.
Página 352 - In the afternoon, preached at the Abbey Dr. Basire, that great traveller, or rather French Apostle, who had been planting the Church of England in divers parts of the Levant and Asia. He showed that the Church of England was, for purity of doctrine, substance, decency, and beauty, the most perfect under Heaven ; that England was the very land of Goshen.
Página 332 - O the sottish omission of this gentleman ! what did I not undergo of danger in this negotiation, to have brought him over to his Majesty's interest, when it was entirely in his hands ! 2<)th.
Página 306 - On Sunday afternoon, I frequently staid at home to catechise and instruct my family, those exercises universally ceasing in the parish churches, so as people had no principles, and grew very ignorant of even the common points of Christianity ; all devotion being now placed in hearing sermons and discourses of speculative and notional things.