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" For when the time of his departure drew near, he laboured for the space of fourteen days under a bodily infirmity which seemed to prepare the way, yet so moderate that he could talk and walk the whole time. In his neighbourhood was the house to which... "
Our Own English Bible: Its Translators and Their Work, the Manuscript Period - Page 57
by William James Heaton - 1913 - 310 pages
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The Ecclesiastical History of the English Nation: From the Coming of Julius ...

Saint Bede (the Venerable) - 1723 - 584 pages
...Houfe to which thofe that were fick, and like (hourly to die, were carry 'd. He defir'd the Perfpn that attended him, in the Evening, as the Night came on, in which he was to depart this' World, to make ready a Place there for him to take his Reft. He admiring why he fhbuld dcfire it, becaufe...
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The Venerable Bede's Ecclesiastical History of England. Also the Anglo-Saxon ...

Saint Bede (the Venerable) - 1849 - 566 pages
...bodily infirmity which seemed to prepare the way, yet so moderate that he could talk and walk the whole time. In his neighbourhood was the house to which...for him to take his rest. This person, wondering why lie should desire it, because there was as yet no sign of his dying soon, did what he had ordered....
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Cassell's library of English literature, selected, ed ..., Volume 2; Volume 77

Cassell, ltd - 1876 - 466 pages
...time. Near at hand Wiis the house into which those were carried who were sick, and likely soon to die. In the evening, as the night came on in which he was to depart this life, he desired the person that attended him to make ready there a restingplace for him. This person, wondering...
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Cassell's library of English literature, selected, ed. and arranged by H. Morley

Cassell, ltd - 1883 - 492 pages
...at hand was the house into which those were curried wh» were sick, and likely soon to die. In tho evening, as the night came on in which he was to depart this life, he dinar»! th« person that attended him to make ready then- a n«tini;placc for him. This person,...
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The Epic of the Fall of Man: A Comparative Study of Caedmon, Dante and Milton

Stephen Humphreys Villiers Gurteen - 1896 - 556 pages
...bodily infirmity which seemed to prepare the way ; yet so moderate that he could talk and walk the whole time. In his neighbourhood was the house to which those that were sick and shortly likely to die were carried. He desired the person that attended him, in the evening as the...
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Bibliotheca Sacra and Theological Review, Volume 56

1899 - 820 pages
...was to depart this life, to make ready a place there for him to take his rest " in the neighboring house to which "those that •were sick, and like shortly to die, were carried. This person, wondering why he should desire it, did what he had ordered. He accordingly went there,...
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Select Translations from Old English Poetry

1902 - 222 pages
...the approach of evening on the same night when he was to leave the world, he desired his attendant to make ready a place there for him to take his rest. The attendant did so, though he could not help wondering at the request, since he did not seem in the...
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Bede's Ecclesiastical History of England

Saint Bede (the Venerable) - 1907 - 488 pages
...the space of fourteen days, yet it was of so mild a nature that he could talk and go about the whole time. In his neighbourhood was the house to which those that were sick, and like to die, were wont to be carried. He desired the person that ministered to him, as the evening came...
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Select Translations from Old English Prose, Volume 10

Albert Stanburrough Cook, Chauncey Brewster Tinker - 1908 - 314 pages
...the approach of evening on the same night, when he was to leave the world, he desired his attendant to make ready a place there for him to take his rest. The attendant did so, though he could not help wondering at the request, since he did not seem in the...
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Studies in Literature

Frederick Monroe Tisdel - 1913 - 394 pages
...the approach of evening on the same night when he was to leave the world, he desired his attendant to make ready a place there for him to take his rest. The attendant did so, though he could not help wondering at the request, since he did not seem the...
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