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" Seest thou the church of England, heretofore honourable and free, enslaved by Romish oppressions, and the king's unjust exactions? Seest thou the common people impoverished by tributes and taxes, and from the condition of freemen, reduced to servitude?... "
Parochial Antiquities Attempted in the History of Ambrosden: Burcester, and ... - Page 511
by White Kennett - 1818 - 9 pages
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The Student's Guide Through Lincoln's Inn: Containing an Account of that ...

Thomas Lane - 1805 - 219 pages
...love and honor God above all things. Seest thou (quoth he) the church of England heretofore honorable and free, enslaved by Romish oppressions, and the...taxes, and from the condition of freemen reduced to a servitude ! Seest thou the nobility, formerly venerable through Christendom, vilified by aliens in...
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The History and Antiquities of Bicester, a Market Town in Oxfordshire ...

John Dunkin - 1816 - 156 pages
...sent for Thomas Earl of Lancaster, who had married his only daughter Alice, and thus addressed him : " Seest thou the Church of England heretofore honourable and free, enslaved by Romish superstitions and the King's unjust exactions; — seest thou the common people impoverished by tribute...
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The History and Antiquities of Bicester, a Market Town in Oxfordshire: Comp ...

John Dunkin - 1816 - 272 pages
..." Seest thou the Church of England heretofore honourable and free, enslaved by Romish superstitions and the King's unjust exactions; — seest thou the common people impoverished by tribute and taxes, and reduced to slavery, and the nobility vilified by aliens in their own native...
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The student's guide through Lincoln's inn

Thomas Lane (steward of Lincoln's inn.) - 1823 - 3 pages
...others, told him, ' That he was obliged to love and honour God above all things. Seest thou (quoth he) the church of England, heretofore honourable and free,...people impoverished by tributes and taxes, and from the * Milles's " Catalogue" bas it February 5, 1311. Dugdale places his death in 1312, Stone and Howes...
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Constable's miscellany of original and selected publications

Constable and co, ltd - 1826
...others," he told him that " he was obliged to love and honor God above all things ; " and then added, " See'st thou the Church of England, heretofore honourable...free, enslaved by Romish oppressions, and the King's wicked exactions ? See'st thou the common people, impoverished by tributes and taxes, and, from the...
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The Siege of Carlaverock in the Xxviii: Edward I. A.D. MCCC; with the Arms ...

Sir Nicholas Harris Nicolas, Walter (of Exeter) - 1828 - 380 pages
...Church of England, heretofore honorable and free, enslaved by Romish oppressions, and the King's wicked exactions ? Seest thou the common people, impoverished...taxes, and from the condition of freemen reduced to servitude ? Seest thou the nobility, formerly venerable throughout Christendom, vilified by aliens...
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The History of the County of Derby, Part 1

Stephen Glover - 1829
...the church of England, heretofore honourable and free, is now enslaved by Romish oppressions, and by the king's unjust exactions ? seest thou the common...taxes, and from the condition of freemen, reduced to a servitude ? seest thou the nobility, formerly venerable through Christendom, vilified by aliens in...
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The history and gazetteer of the county of Derby

Stephen Glover - 1831 - 40 pages
...the church of England, heretofore honourable and free, is now enslaved by Romish oppressions, and by the king's unjust exactions ? seest thou the common...taxes, and from the condition of freemen, reduced to a servitude? seest thou the nobility, formerly venerable through Christendom, vilified by aliens in...
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A general and heraldic dictionary of the peerages of England, Ireland, and ...

John Burke - 1831 - 631 pages
...son-in-law, the Earl of Lancaster, to his bedside, and addressed him in words to the following effect.—" Seest thou the church of England, heretofore honourable...and free, enslaved by Romish oppressions, and the kfng'i unjust exactions ? Seat thou the common people impoverished by tributes and taxes, and from...
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Literary and Historical Memorials of London, Volume 2

John Heneage Jesse - 1847
...church of England, heretofore honourable and free, enslaved by Romish and the King's unjust oppression ? Seest thou the common people impoverished by tributes...taxes, and from the condition of freemen reduced to servitude ? Seest thou the nobility, formerly venerable through Christendom, vilified by aliens, in...
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