The Antiquities of Berkshire, Том 3

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W. Mears and J. Hooke, 1723

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Страница 184 - Tyburn, yet, it was a comfort to him, that the royal martyr kept them company ; for, says he, foreseeing that his son would undoubtedly come in, we took care that his father's body should not be idolatrously worshipped by the cavaliers; and therefore privately removed it to the place of common execution.
Страница 183 - Prince, who had fuffer'd fo unjuftly, all was ftopt, , by reafon that the Perfons order'd to regulate the Ceremony, when they came to examine the Royal Coffin, found the Body .miffing. This...
Страница 21 - Judge of the Court, •which' he is obliged to hold once in- three Weeks, and oftner, by Adjournment. '-The Mayor and Aldermen chufe two Serjeants yearly, who bear the Mace. They have a Goal within the Corporation, not only for Debtors, butalfotofecure £uch Felons as fhall happen to be taken there.
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Страница 113 - Sovereign us'd to give a Feaft to his Twenty Five Knights Companions every St. George's Day. But this latter Cuftom has not been obferved fince the Reign of King Charles II. who made the laft Feaft of that kind at the Inftallation of the prefent Duke of 'Buckingham, then Earl of Mulgrave.