Aufsätze zur englischen Geschichte: Neue Folge

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S. Hirzel, 1883 - 440 стор.

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Сторінка 140 - Our barons be so bolde, Into a mouse hole they wolde Rynne away and crepe, Lyke a mayny of shepe ; Dare nat loke out at dur For drede of the mastyue cur, For drede of the bochers dogge Wold wyrry them lyke an hogge. For and this curre do gnar, They must stande all a far, To holde vp their haude at the bar.
Сторінка 17 - Burton.— The History of Scotland, from the Revolution to the Extinction of the last Jacobite Insurrection (1689—1748).
Сторінка 385 - A letter of a schoolboy to the author of the History of the Lutheran Church, ie Ein Brieff von einem Schulknaben an den Auctorem der Historie der Lutherischen Kirche.
Сторінка 23 - I knew a very wise man, so much of Sir Christopher's sentiment that he believed if a man were permitted to make all the ballads he need not care who should make the laws of a nation.
Сторінка 269 - ... alludes to the behaviour of Wolsey, whose arrogance and haughtiness filled all men with disgust. Hall makes constant allusion to the effect produced upon the people by his demeanour. Thus, in the seventh year of the King's reign, he says : ' When he was once a perfite Cardinal, he loked then aboue all estates, so that all men almost hated hym and disdayned hym.
Сторінка 240 - ... man that better loved his wife than he did, but or he wold have suche a woman abought hur, he hadde lever be without hur ; and he said that he knewe well whan the king his good and loveng brother knewe this his aunswer, he wold be contentid ; for in nowise he wold not have hur abought his wife. Also he said that he is a sekely body, and not at altymes that he wold be mery with his wife to have any strange woman with hur, but oon that he is well acquentid withall, afore whom he durste be mery...
Сторінка 255 - Whereupon, Sir, I put my lord of Suffolk in choice whether he would accomplish the marriage within four days, or else that he should never have enjoyed me ; whereby I know well that I constrained him to break such promises he made your Grace, as well for fear of losing me, as also that I ascertained him that by their consent I would never come into England. And now that your Grace knoweth the both offences of...
Сторінка 252 - ... for I assure you the hope that the King hath to obtain the said plate and jewels is the thing that most stayeth his Grace constantly to assent that ye should marry his sister ; the lack whereof, I fear me, might make him cold and remiss, and cause some alteration, whereof all men here, except his Grace and myself, would be right glad.
Сторінка 243 - ... stature and strength to thentente to plucke hym over the barres, but yet the younge Lorde was of suche strength, powre and pollecy, that he so stroke his adversarie that he disarmed hym, al the face bare. Thus was these enterpryces fynished to the laude of al parties, and Thenglyshmen receyved muche honoure and no spott of rebuke, yet they were prively sett at and in many jeopardies: for the declaracion of this triumphe, he ithat sawe it can tell howe goodly the courses trotted bounded and quickly...
Сторінка 429 - Die deutsche Bundesverfassung und ihr eigenthümliches Verhältniss zu den Verfassungen Englands und der Vereinigten Staaten", London 7.

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