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" Whittington was (in the church) three times buried : first, by his executors, under a fair monument ; then in the reign of Edward VI. the parson of that church, thinking some great riches (as he said) to be buried with him, caused his monument to be broken,... "
The New monthly magazine and universal register. [Continued as] The New ... - Сторінка 517
1839
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Zoological recreations

William John Broderip - 1849 - 376 стор.
...city's praise, Sir Richard Whittington, Came to be in his days, Thrice Mayor of London." V. CATS. 209 appear that his bones were left undisturbed; for the...remaineth still, and so he rested." At all events, so long as London is London, Whiltington will be always associated with his cat ; and no bad associate...
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Eliza Cook's journal

Eliza Cook
...the parishioners were forced to take him up, to bp him in lead as before, to bury him the third lime, and to place his monument or the like over him again ; which rcmaineth, and so he restcth." It was destroyed in the fire, and rebuilt by Wren in 1694. The scarcely...
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Narrative of the Days of the Reformation: Chiefly from the Manuscripts of ...

John Foxe - 1859 - 369 стор.
...time to be buried ; and, in the reigne of queneMary, the parishioners were forced to take him up, to lap him in lead as afore, to bury him the third time, and to place his monument, or the like, over him againe." The spoliating parson was, of course, our over-zealous friend Thomas Mowntayne. Page 180....
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London Society, Том 5

1864
...tho reign of Queen Mary the parishioners were forced to take him up and lap hiin in load as before, to bury him the third time, and to place his monument, or the like, over him again.' But both church and tombstone were destroyed by the Great Fire of 1666; And now his only monument is...
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London society, Том 5

1864
...Queen Mary the parishioners were forced to take him up and lap him in lead as before, to bury him tho third time, and to place his monument, or the like, over him again.' But both church and tombstone were destroyed by the Great Fire of 1666; and now his only monument is...
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English Merchants: Memoirs in Illustration of the Progress of British ..., Том 1

Henry Richard Fox Bourne - 1866 - 861 стор.
...the reign of Queen Mary the parishioners were forced to take him up and lap him in lead as before, to bury him the third time, and to place his monument, or the like, over him again.'* But both church and tombstone were destroyed by the Great Fire of 1666 ; and now Sir Richard Whittingtou's...
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Famous London merchants

Henry Richard Fox Bourne - 1869 - 295 стор.
...in the reign of Queen Mary, the parishioners were forced to take him up, clap him in lead as before, to bury him the third time, and to place his monument, or the like, over him again." But both church and tombstone were destroyed by the great fire of 1666 ; and now Sir Richard Whittington's...
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Famous London Merchants: A Book for Boys

Henry Richard Fox Bourne - 1869 - 314 стор.
...in the reign of Queen Mary, the parishioners were forced to take him up, clap him in lead as before, to bury him the third time, and to place his monument, or the like, over him again." But both church and tombstone were .destroyed by the great fire of 1666 ; and now Sir Richard Whittington's...
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Encyclopedia of Natural and Artificial Wonders and Curiosities ..., Том 11

John Platts - 1876 - 952 стор.
...Mary, the parishioners were forced to take him up to wrap him in lead, as afore, to bury him a tuird time, and to place his monument, or the -like, over him again; which remained, and so he rested, till the great fire of London violated his resting-place again. This church...
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Walks in London, Том 1

Augustus John Cuthbert Hare - 1878
...the reign of Queen Mary, the parishioners were forced to take him up, to lap him in lead as before, to bury him the third time, and to place his monument, or the like, over him again, and so he resteth." — p. 91. He did not, however, even " so rest," for his monument was destroyed...
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