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Libros Libros 11 a 19 de 19 sobre The soldiers had lately knocked off most of the brasses from the grave-stones, so...
" The soldiers had lately knocked off most of the brasses from the grave-stones, so as few inscriptions were left ; they told us that these men went in with axes and hammers, and shut themselves in, till they had rent and torn off some barge-loads of metal,... "
Diary and Correspondence of John Evelyn, F.R.S.: To which is Subjoined the ... - Página 315
de John Evelyn - 1862
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A Handbook of English History Based on the Lectures of the Late M.J. Guest ...

Montague John Guest - 1894 - 614 páginas
...hammers, and shut themselves in till they had rent and torn off some barge-loads of metal, not sparmg even the monuments of the dead, so hellish an avarice possessed them." It was not avarice which possessed them, however, but what they believed to be zeal for God's glory....
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The Cathedral Church of Lincoln: A History and Description of ..., Volumen 19

Albert Frank Kendrick - 1898 - 149 páginas
...Tom, as they call it. I went up the steeple, from whence is a goodly prospect all over the county. The soldiers had lately knocked off most of the brasses...besides which, they exceedingly ruined the city." At the Restoration, Robert Sanderson was rewarded for his long faithfulness to the royal house by the...
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The cathedral church of Lincoln

Albert Frank Kendrick - 1898 - 149 páginas
...with axes and hammers, and shut ' themselves in, till they had rent and torn off some barge' loads of metal, not sparing even the monuments of the '...besides ' which, they exceedingly ruined the city." At the Restoration, Robert Sanderson was rewarded for his long faithfulness to the royal house by the...
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the diary of john evelyn

william bray - 1901
...in with axes and hammers, and shut themselves in, till they had rent and torn off some barge loads of metal, not sparing even the monuments of the dead; so hellish an avarice possessed them: beside which, they exceedingly ruined the city. Here, I saw a tall woman six feet two inches high,...
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The diary of John Evelyn, Volumen 1

John Evelyn - 1901 - 400 páginas
...in with axes and hammers, and shut themselves in, till they had rent and torn off some barge loads of metal, not sparing even the monuments of the dead; so hellish an avarice possessed them: beside which, they exceedingly ruined the city. Here, I saw a tall woman six feet two inches high,...
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The Diary of John Evelyn, Volumen 2

John Evelyn - 1906 - 540 páginas
...Queen Eleanor, the loyal and loving wife who sucked the poison out of her husband's wound) ; the abbot founder, with rare carving in the stone ; the great...people's coming to see her on account of her height. 20th August. From hence we had a most pleasant ride over a large heath open like Salisbury Plain, to...
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The diary of John Evelyn, Volumen 2

John Evelyn - 1906
...Queen Eleanor, the loyal and loving wife who sucked the poison out of her husband's wound) ; the abbot founder, with rare carving in the stone ; the great...besides which, they exceedingly ruined the city. Here, 1 saw a tall woman six feet two inches high, comely, middle-aged, and well-proportioned, who kept a...
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Lincoln: A Historical and Topographical Account of the City ...

E. Mansel Sympson - 1906 - 447 páginas
...axes and hammers, and shut themselves in till they had rent and torne off some barge loads of mettal, not sparing even the monuments of the dead, so hellish an avarice possessed them, besides wch they exceedingly ruin'd the Citty. Here I saw a tall woman six foot two inches high, comely, middle...
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Tudor &stuart Lincoln

...in with axes and hammers, and shut themselves in, till they had rent and torn off some barge loads of metal, not sparing even the monuments of the dead, so hellish an avarice possessed them'.1 Most of the glass was broken, and the church furniture had no doubt been made away, and the...
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