Remains historical and literary connected with the Palatine counties of Lancaster and Chester published by the Chetham Society, Volume 67

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Page ccclxv - And I heard as it were the voice of a great multitude, and as the voice of many waters, and as the voice of mighty thunderings, saying, Alleluia: for the Lord God omnipotent reigneth.
Page ccxcvii - Charlotte during their lives and the life of the longest liver of them, and after for the benefit of the heirs of their bodies, and for divers other purposes in the sd indenture mencioned.
Page ccli - What have I done that I die not ? Why do not you your work ? Well, I will lay myself down once again in peace, and I hope I shall...
Page cclii - ... the greatest that ever befel them, that the Earl of Derby should lose his life there, and in such a manner. His Lordship, as I told you, having till three o'clock allowed him, I spent that time, with those...
Page cclv - Then his Lordship, perceiving he might not speak freely, turned himself to his servant, and gave him his paper, and commanded him to let the world know what he had to say, had he not been...
Page ccxxxvii - Then he called to my Lord Strange to put on his order, and said, " Charles, once this day I will send it you again by Bagaley, pray return it to my gracious Sovereign, when you shall be so happy as to see him ; and say, I sent it in all humility and gratitude, as I received it, spotless, and free from any stain, according to the honourable example of my ancestors.
Page ccclii - ... the Spanish, (which he spoke as a Spaniard,) the French, and Italian languages, and having read very much in all, he could not be said to be ignorant in any part of learning, divinity only excepted.
Page cclxxvii - He was a man of great honour and clear courage ; and all his defects and misfortunes proceeded from his having lived so little time among his equals, that he knew not how to treat his inferiors ; which was the source of all the ill that befell him, having thereby drawn such prejudice against him from persons of inferior quality, who yet thought themselves too good to be contemned, that they pursued him to death.
Page cclxviii - ... telling them how he had lived, and how he had prepared to die, how he feared it not, and how the Lord had strengthened him and comforted him against the terrors of death ; and after such like words, he desired them to pray with him again ; and after that giving some good instructions to his son the Lord Strange, he desired to be in private, where we left him with his God, where he continued upon his knees a good while in prayer. Then called for us again, telling how willing he was to die and...
Page ccxxxvi - Prince this day living in the world." After we were out of town, the people weeping, my Lord, with an humble behaviour and noble courage, about half a mile off, took leave of them...

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