History of the Progress and Suppression of the Reformation in Spain in the Sixteenth Century

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Blackwood, 1829 - 424 من الصفحات
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الصفحة 69 - Yet in the church I had rather speak five words with my understanding, that by my voice I might teach others also, than ten thousand words in an unfenown tongue.
الصفحة 340 - ... been repeatedly and solemnly ratified. It is to be hoped that the public mind in Britain, much as has been done to mislead it, is not yet prepared for adopting principles which lead to a condemnation of the famous Waldenses and Bohemians, for standing to the defence of their lives, when proscribed and violently attacked on account of their religion. They lived during the period of Antichrist's power, and, according to the adorable plan of Providence, were allowed to fall a sacrifice to his...
الصفحة 394 - I would submit to the humbling conviction that either weakness of judgment or fickleness of character had been the only source of my errors. But though I am not at liberty to mention individual cases, I do attest, from the most certain knowledge, that the history of my own mind is, with little variation, that of a great portion of the Spanish clergy.
الصفحة 292 - I would myself carry wood to burn my own son, were he such a wretch as thou.
الصفحة 57 - Yo vi en corte de Roma, do es la santidat, Que todos al dinero fasen grand homilidat, Grand honra le fascian con grand solenidat, Todos a el se homillan como a la magestat.
الصفحة 232 - All the prisoners in the inquisitions of Valladolid, Seville, and Toledo, were persons abundantly well qualified. I shall here pass over their names in silence, that I may not, by their bad fame, stain the honour of their ancestors, and the...
الصفحة 394 - Seville, at the expense of the brigade. viction, that either weakness of judgment or fickleness of character, had been the only source of my errors. But though I am not at liberty to mention individual cases, I do attest, from the most certain...
الصفحة 411 - E puix que les hagui oides e vistes : caygui perqueado resdauantlos peus del angel : qui mostraua a mi aquestes coses. E dix a mi : guarda nou faces. Seruent so ensemps ab tu e ab los frares teus prophetes : e ab aquells qui seruen les paraules de la prophecia de aquest libre. A deu adora. E dix a mi : no sagelles les paraules de la prophecia de aquest libre. Car lo temps es prop. Qui nou noga...
الصفحة iv - Valera, who left Spain for the sake of religion about the same time as De Montes, and has given various notices respecting his Protestant countrymen in his writings, particularly in a book on the Pope and the Mass, of which also an English translation was published during the reign of Elizabeth. These early works, though well known when they first made their appearance, fell into oblivion for a time, together with the interesting details which they furnish. As a proof of this it is only necessary...
الصفحة 353 - On quitting his father's apartment, he had to undergo a still severer trial of his sensibility. He found his wife and children, Avith a number of his friends, waiting for him in the hall. Bursting into tears, and embracing her husband, Vittoria besought him not to leave her a widow, and her babes fatherless. The children joined in the entreaties of their mother; and the eldest daughter, a fine girl of thirteen, grasping his knees, refused to part with him. How he disengaged himself, he knew not;...

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