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" He was then so weak, that he could scarce speak, but gave him his hand, as a sign that he firmly believed the truth of the Christian religion, and said he intended to receive the sacrament : his reason and all his senses were entire to the last minute... "
Bishop Burnet's History of His Own Time: From the Restoration of Charles II ... - Страница 703
по Gilbert Burnet - 1840
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History of Great Britain: from the Revolution to the accession of the ..., Том 2

William Belsham - 1798
...attended during the latter period of his illness by the archbishop of Canterbury and the bishop of Sarum. His reason and all his senses were entire to the last minute. Early on Sunday morning he desired the sacrament ; after which, several of the lords of the council...

Memoirs of the court of England from ... 1688 to the death of George ..., Том 1

1843
...Bishop Burnet, who was present, describes the scene : — " He was then so weak, that he could scarce speak, but gave him his hand, as a sign that he firmly...the office with great appearance of seriousness." After this he took a solemn farewell of the Duke of Ormond, and several persons who were in the adjoining...

Memoirs of the Court of England: From the Revolution in 1688 to the ..., Том 1

John Heneage Jesse - 1843
...Bishop Burnet, who was present, describes the scene : — " He was then so weak, that he could scarce speak, but gave him his hand, as a sign that he firmly...the office with great appearance of seriousness." After this he took a solemn farewell of the Duke of Ormond, and several persons who were in the adjoining...

Memoirs of the Court of England: From the Revolution in 1688 to the ..., Том 1

John Heneage Jesse - 1843
...Bishop Burnet, who was present, describes the scene : — " He was then so weak, that he could scarce speak, but gave him his hand, as a sign that he firmly...intended to receive the sacrament : his reason and all bis senses were entire to the last minute : about five in the morning he desired the sacrament, and...

The Phrenological Journal, and Magazine of Moral Science, Томове 13–14

1840
...The Archbishop prayed on Saturday some time with him ; but he was then so weak that he could scarce speak, but gave him his hand as a sign that he firmly...appearance of seriousness, but could not express himself." — Surnet. " His body was ill-constituted and his health infirm from his birth, — resembling in...

The Pictorial History of England: Being a History of the People, as Well as ...

George Lillie Craik - 1848
...Saturday some time with him, but he was then so weak that he could scarce speak, but gave him his band, as a sign that he firmly believed the truth of the...intended to receive the sacrament. His reason and all his tenaos were entire to the last minute. About five iu the morning he desired the sacrament, and went...

The cabinet history of England, civil, military and ecclesiastical ..., Том 7

Charles MacFarlane - 1851
...The archbishop prayed on Saturday some time with him, but he was then so weak, that he could scarce speak, but gave him his hand, as a sign that he firmly...through the office with great appearance of seriousness, bat could * " The Earl of Portland told me, that, when he was once encouraging him, from the good state...

Landmarks of the history of England

James White - 1855
...Bishop Burnet . attended him for the last time. The archbishop also was there. William was too weak to speak, but gave him his hand, as a sign that he firmly believed the truth of the Christian religion. He received the sacrament and took leave of his friends. When his old companion, Bentinck, Earl of...

Landmarks of the History of England

James White - 1858 - 288 страници
...Bishop Burnet attended him for the last tune. The archbishop also was there. William was too weak to speak, but gave him his hand, as a sign that he firmly believed the truth of the Christian religion. He received the sacrament and took leave of his friends. When his old companion, Bentinck, Earl of...

Popular history of England, Том 5

Charles Knight - 1859
...circumstance that " when he was so weak that he could scarce speak, he gave the archbishop of Canterbury his hand, as a sign that he firmly believed the truth of the Christian religion." J The contemporary and the historical revilers of William III. have passed away, as those worshippers...




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