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עמוד 72 - The leaves thereof being dried and brought into powder: they use to take the fume or smoke thereof, by sucking it through pipes made of clay, into their...
עמוד 233 - Nay, if he be to send out a warrant upon a man's request, to have any fetcht in upon suspicion of felony, or the like, he will write the warrant himself, and you must put two shillings in his pocket as his clerk's fee (when God knows he keeps but two or three hindes) for his better maintenance.
עמוד 344 - Parish doth lie, shall be called Overseers of the Poor of the same Parish; And they, or the greater Part of them, shall take Order from Time to Time, by and with the Consent of Two or more such Justices of Peace...
עמוד 269 - Mr. Francis Bacon said, As to the prerogative royal of the prince, for my own part I ever allowed of it ; and it is such as I hope will never be discussed.
עמוד 310 - God, the citizens are willing to refresh him, and to give him both meat, drink, clothing, and firing : but alas ! Sir, they lack lodging for him. For in some one house, I dare say, they are fain to lodge three families under one roof.
עמוד 21 - To which places there is left one way to discover, which is into the North : for that of the foure partes of the worlde, it seemeth three parts are discovered by other Princes.
עמוד 88 - Confessor, have granted and given license, for us and our heirs, as much as in us is, to our beloved liege people and subjects, the shipmen or mariners of this our realm of England, that they or their heirs, to the praise and honour of the said most glorious and undividable Trinity and...
עמוד 326 - And all and everye persone and persones beynge whole and mightye in Body and able to labour, havinge not Land or Maister, nor using any lawfull Marchaundize Crafte or Mysterye whereby hee or shee might get his or her Lyvinge...