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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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History of England from the Fall of Wolsey to the Death of Elizabeth, Volumen 1

James Anthony Froude - 1858
...CourthopeThere was then heard a voice speaking within 8treet' 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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Chambers's Edinburgh journal, conducted by W. Chambers ..., Volumen 8

Chambers's journal - 1858
...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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(New series, v.1-6). Reformation period

Walter Farquhar Hook - 1868
...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 anything of the joys of heaven, it spake so sweetly...
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The Spiritual Magazine, Volumen 1

1866
...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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History of England from the Fall of Wolsey to the Defeat of the ..., Volumen 1

James Anthony Froude - 1870
...voice speaking within her belly, as it had been in a tonne, her lips 1 25 Hen. VIII. cap. 12. ! Ibid. 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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The national and domestic history of England, Volumen 2

William Hickman S. Aubrey - 1878
...it had been in a tun, her lips not greatly moving; she continuing by this space of three hours and more in a trance ; the which voice, when it told anything of the joys of heaven spake so sweetly that every man was ravished with the hearing of it; and contrary when it told anything of hell it spake...
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The Pulpit record and Mutual improvement society, Parliamentary debating ...

1883
...greatly deformed. There was then beard 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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Secretaries of God: Women Prophets in Late Medieval and Early Modern England

Diane Watt - 2001 - 198 páginas
...not uttered naturally, but came from a '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 of more in a trance'.54 Lambarde summarizes the whole of A marueilous woorke, about twentyfour leaves...
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Miscellaneous Writings and Letters of Thomas Cranmer

Thomas Cranmer - 2001 - 612 páginas
...I. p. 2?3. Kd. Oxon. 1822.] tbere 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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