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sermon on occasion of the death of the Duke of Orleans

Wicksteed, Charles Unitarian minister.

sermon on occasion of the death of the Duke of Orleans

preached on Sunday, July 17th, 1842 at Mill-Hill Chapel, Leeds

by Wicksteed, Charles Unitarian minister.

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Published by John Green in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Orleans, -- duke of.,
  • Funeral sermons.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Charles Wicksteed, B.A.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination19 p. ;
    Number of Pages19
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22063040M

    Isabeau died there in He was betrothed to Armagnac's daughter Marie of Anjou and favored the Armagnacs. Putting my papers, books and other things in order, and writing of letters. He afterwards described the people of Cologne as the most kind and worthy he ever met with Evelyn, Diary, 6 July ; and, according to Clarendon, his own life there was exemplary, divided between reading in his closet and walks on the city walls, for he was too poor to keep a coach vii. But though the perceived further resistance to be useless, Hyde, Capel, Hopton, and Berkshire declined to accompany the prince to France, where he arrived about July.

    Thus the 'Long,' or 'Pensioners' parliament' came to an end Evelyn, 25 Jan. The match was proposed again at the lavish Burgundian double wedding in Cambrai in April — John the Fearless and his sister Margaret of Burgundy married Margaret and William of Bavaria-Straubing respectively. In England and France the rumour spread that Charles was sick or dead Clarendon, vi. Predigtamtes], was recently sent to me from Fort Wayne as an assistant and, after receiving a call, he was ordained by me and solemnly bound to all the symbols of our church on Invocavit Sunday, the 17th of M. The last, and, indeed, the most important objection urged is, that these oaths are construed by Freemasons as being of higher obligation than the law of the land. The Duke of Gloucester ill.

    The friends of the court voted in the majority which rejected a bill to give effect to the royal declaration. Monck was anxious that Charles should quit the Spanish Netherlands, and, against the will of the Spanish government, who had actually issued orders for detaining him, he crossed the frontier to Breda. Following this last disappointment, the city surrendered on 28 October The first order for its importation by the company was inand the first consignment of it, amounting to lbs. Louis XIV assiduously kept the door open.


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But be that as it may, St. Evelyn, 9 Oct. He also seems to have been lacking in people skills. Hawly did give me a little black rattoon,—[Probably an Indian rattan cane.

The siege was depicted in detail by numerous artists, such as Jacques Callot. Clement XII, at that time Pope of Rome, issued a Bull of Excommunication against the Freemasons, and assigned, as the reason of his condemnation, that the Institution confederated persons of all religions and sects in a mysterious bond of union, and compelled them to secrecy by an oath taken on the Bible, accompanied by certain ceremonies, and the imprecation of heavy punishments.

Diana comes by, whom I took into my house upstairs, and there did dally with her a great while, and found that in Latin "Nulla puella negat. So calling at my father's where my wife had been this afternoon but was gone home I went home.

On 29 March parliament adjourned, Clifford resigned his treasurer's staff, and the Duke of York his office as lord high admiral.

Richelieu continued to be represented to the king as an enemy to his power; the Capuchin, Leclerc du Tremblay, never succeeded in completely clearing him in Louis XIII's opinion. Meanwhile Charles had tried to escape from St. The Dutch East India Company introduced tea into Europe inand it is said to have been first imported into England from Holland about Hence the expression corporal oath originated in the ancient custom of swearing while touching the corporal cloth.

Dined at Sir W. But though the perceived further resistance to be useless, Hyde, Capel, Hopton, and Berkshire declined to accompany the prince to France, where he arrived about July.

Nevertheless, everyone may make his wishes known to me, and if they are acceptable, I will take them into consideration. Sunset, i. But all that will take time, and she is eighty-seven years old: she might be dead in a week, in a couple of days even!

In Scotland an act rescissory began a complete reaction; Argyll suffered death; and the covenant was burnt by the common hangman. No sooner had Charles II begun to arm in favour of Portugal inthan, without the knowledge of his parliament, the first of the long succession of secret payments—in this instance one of 80,l.

Stories circulated that the dauphins were murdered, and attempts were made to poison the other children, all of which added to Isabeau's reputation of one of history's great villains.

Hostilities, however, increased until finally the king's confessor opposed the foreign policy of the cardinal. Robert Rich and Sir John Russell of Chippenham, the last of whom she survived fifty-two years dying The story is, that Oliver found White on his knees to Frances Cromwell, and that, to save himself, he pretended to have been soliciting her interest with her waiting-woman, whom Oliver compelled him to marry.

This day my father and my uncle Fenner, and both his sons, have been at my house to see it, and my wife did treat them nobly with wine and anchovies. So to the office and found Sir W.

He replied that he was sending me J.

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