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Memoirs of sir Thomas More, with a new translation of his Utopia, his ... - Страница 252
по Thomas More (st.) - 1808
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The Life of Sir Thomas More

William Roper, Samuel Weller Singer - 1822 - 195 страници
...schoolmaster's name was Nicholas Holt. '•> Sir Thomas thus speaks of the Cardinal, " The Bp. (Morton of Ely) was a man of great natural wit, very well learned...in behaviour, lacking no wise ways to win favour. K. Heury VII. made him Archbp. of Canterbury and Chancellor of England, wherennto the Pope joined the...

The Library of the Old English Prose Writers ...

1834
...his coming home to Brecknock, having there in his custody, by the commandment of king Richard, doctor Morton, bishop of Ely, who, as ye before heard, was...a man of great natural wit, very well learned, and honorable in behaviour, lacking no wise ways to win favor. He had been fast upon the part of king Henry,...

The Rambler, a Catholic journal of home and foreign literature [&c.]. Vol.5 ...

1853
...coming greatness of More, who thus described his venerable predecessor in the chancellor's chair : " He was a man of great natural wit, very well learned, and honourable in behaviour."* " He was venerable for his wisdom and virtues, and for the high character he bore. His looks begot...

Memoirs of King Richard the Third and Some of His Comtemporaries: With an ...

John Heneage Jesse - 1862 - 531 страници
...Canterbury. According to Sir Thomas More, who in his youth had been intimately associated with the latter, the bishop was " a man of great natural wit, very well learned, and of a winning behaviour."* He had formerly been chaplain to Henry VI., and had sat at the counciltable...

The Belfry: quarterly papers on art, history, and archæology

...the tuneful * Sir Thomas More has left us this character of Morton, who was his early patron : ' ' The bishop was a man of great natural wit, very well...favour. He had been fast upon the part of King Henry [the Sixth], while that part was in wealth ; and nevertheless left it not nor forsook it in woe ; but...

The History of King Richard III and Selections from the English and Latin Poems

Sir Thomas More (Saint), Richard Standish Sylvester - 1976 - 168 страници
...coming home to Brecknock,8 having there in his custody, by the commandment of King Richard, Doctor Morton, Bishop of Ely, who, as ye before heard, was...at the Tower, waxed with him familiar, whose wisdom abused9 his pride to his own deliverance and the duke's destruction. The bishop1 was a man of great...
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The Late Medieval Age of Crisis and Renewal, 1300-1500: A Biographical ...

Clayton J. Drees - 2001 - 546 страници
...Morton in the years 1490-1492, wrote more highly of him. In his History of King Richard III, he wrote, "The bishop was a man of great natural wit, very well learned, and honorable in behavior, lacking no wise ways to win favor." Some scholars speculate that much of More's...
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The History of King Richard the Third: A Reading Edition

Thomas More - 2005 - 208 страници
...coming home to Brecknock,1 having there in his custody, by the commandment of King Richard, Doctor Morton, bishop of Ely (who, as ye before heard, was taken in the council at the Tower),2 waxed with him familiar. Whose wisdom abused3 his pride to his own deliverance and the duke's...
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