An Historical, Topographical, and Descriptive View of the County of Northumberland: And of Those Parts of the County of Durham Situated North of the River Tyne, with Berwick Upon Tweed, and Brief Notices of Celebrated Places on the Scottish Border, Band 2

Eneas Mackenzie
Mackenzie and Dent, 1825

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Seite 113 - Where throngs of knights and barons bold In weeds of peace high triumphs hold, With store of ladies, whose bright eyes Rain influence, and judge the prize Of wit or arms, while both contend To win her grace whom all commend.
Seite 310 - She then, after making use of much harsh language, parted from him, with these words, " My lord, for your civility in coming to see me, I thank you ; but for your offering to preach before me, I thank you not a whit.
Seite 310 - Be of good heart, brother, for God will either assuage the fury of the flame, or else strengthen us to abide it.
Seite 91 - ... this of which I am now speaking was the best fought and the most severe; for there was not a man, knight, or squire who did not acquit himself gallantly, hand to hand with the enemy. It resembled something that of Cocherel, which was as long and as hardily disputed. The sons of the Earl...
Seite 133 - He loved monarchy, as it was the foundation and support of his own greatness; and the church, as it was well constituted for the splendour and security of the crown ; and religion, as it cherished and maintained that order and obedience that was necessary to both...
Seite 230 - An act to empower the commissioners and governors of the royal hospital for seamen at Greenwich, in the county of Kent, to make certain allowances to old, infirm, or wounded or disabled officers in the royal navy...
Seite 89 - English had made the first attack upon the servants' quarters, which checked them some little. The Scots, expecting the English, had prepared accordingly ; for, while the lords were arming themselves, they ordered a body of the infantry to join their servants and keep up the skirmish. As their men were armed, they formed themselves under the pennons of the three principal barons, who each had his particular appointment. In the...
Seite 133 - Besides that, he was amorous in poetry and music, to which he indulged the greatest part of his time ; and nothing could have tempted him out of those paths of pleasure which he enjoyed in a full and ample fortune, but honour and ambition to serve the King when he saw him in distress, and abandoned by most of those who 1 Memoirs of Sir Hugh Cholmley, 1787, I, 50. * Clarendon, Book VIII, §§ 76, 82, 85, 86, 87. were in the highest degree obliged to him and by him.
Seite 87 - I know not for certain where they now are." Sir Henry and sir Ralph Percy obeyed their father's orders, and made for Newcastle, accompanied by the gentlemen and others fit to bear arms. In the mean time, the Scots continued destroying and burning all before them, so that the smoke was visible at Newcastle. They came to the gates of Durham, where they skirmished, but made no long stay, and set out on their return, as they had planned at the beginning of the expedition, driving and carrying away all...
Seite 126 - In 1616 he was made a knight of the bath at the creation of Charles prince of Wales. In...

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