Co mówią ludzie - Napisz recenzję
Nie znaleziono żadnych recenzji w standardowych lokalizacjach.
Inne wydania - Wyświetl wszystko
Anne appear assistance became Bedingfield Bishop Blessed body born brought building called carried Catholics cause chapel charge Chief Superior Church Community continued Convent Cornwallis daughter dear death desire devotion died Divine duties educated Elisabeth England English entered established faith Father favour foundation Frances friends give given Hammersmith hand heart Holy honour hope Institute John King known labours Lady later letter lived London Lord Madam Mary Mary Ward months Mother Mother Aspinal Munich never nuns persons prayer present preserved priest prisoner professed received recorded regard religion religious remained rest Rules sent Sir Thomas Sir Thomas Gascoigne sisters Society soon soul spiritual suffered taken Thanks things trial virtue whole witness writes York York Castle young
Strona 24 - Rookwood, hold up thy hand, (which he did). Look ujion the prisoner : How say you ? Is he guilty of the high treason whereof he stands indicted, or Not Guilty ? Foreman.
Strona xviii - Amen, amen I say to you, unless the grain of wheat falling into the ground die, itself remaineth alone ; but if it die, it bringeth forth much fruit.
Strona 85 - ... the Castle (as you may have heard), Mrs Hastings's room was needed, and so she went into Castlegate to reside at the former lodging of one Mrs Wait (who is now in the gaol), where she remains with Mrs Wait's two children and their maid-servant, teaching the children as formerly ; also Moor's niece goes daily thither; and Mrs Hastings lives without charge as to diet and lodging, as I formerly told you ; she spends all her time well, God be praised, and comes every morning about seven o-clock to...
Strona 16 - Lord, in the year 77, several men did meet and assemble together at Barnbow-hall in the county of York, Sir Thomas Gascoigne's house ; and their resolution was this. That they would build a nunnery at Dolebank, in case their design and plot of killing the king should take effect, and the Roman Catholic Religion be established in England ; upon which account the company there present did resolve they would lose their lives and estates to further it. And Sir Thomas Gascoigne did conclude he would give...
Strona 30 - Dodd, be carried from hence to the place from whence you came ; that from thence you are to be carried to the place of execution, where you are to be hanged by the neck until you are dead.
Strona 14 - May it please your Lordship, and you gentlemen of the jury, Sir Thomas Gascoigne, Baronet, the prisoner at the Bar, stands indicted for high treason, in conspiring the murder of his Majesty, the subverting of the Government, and the introducing the Romish Religion, and for...
Strona 14 - I may have a jury of gentlemen, nf per. sons of iny own quality, and of my own country, that may be able to know something how I have lived hitherto ; for I am above fourscore
Strona 67 - I shall receive full pardon and remission of my past sins and my body I bequeath to the Earth from whence it came to be buried in decent manner according to the discretion of my executor hereafter specified.
Strona 16 - Oath of Allegiance is the great touchstone to discover men's sincerity by, and the great bond to tie them to the Government, and to the Protestant religion. And we shall likewise prove another passage in a letter indorsed with the prisoner's own hand, wherein there is an expression to this purpose. That if England be converted...