He granted to the clergy a charter, relinquishing for ever that important prerogative, for which his father and all his ancestors had zealously contended; yielding to them the free election on all vacancies; reserving only the power to issue a conge d'elire, and to subjoin a confirmation of the election; and declaring that, if either of these were withheld, the choice should nevertheless be deemed just and valid b. He made a vow to lead an army into Palestine against the infidels, and he took on him the cross; in hopes that he should receive from the church that protection which she tendered to every one that had entered into this sacred and meritorious engagement c. And he sent to Rome his agent, William de Mauclerc, in order to appeal to the pope against the violence of his barons, and procure him a favourable sentence from that powerful tribunal d. The barons also were not negligent on their part in endeavouring to engage the pope in their interests: they despatched Eustace de Vescie to Rome; laid their case before Innocent as their feudal lord: and petitioned him to interpose his authority with the king, and oblige him to restore and confirm all their just and undoubted privileges e. FN b Rymer, vol.
Gutenberg, the printer of this Bible, never mentions his own name, and the only personal note we have of his, in the colophon of the Catholicon, printed in 1460, is a hymn in praise of his city: 'With the aid of the Most High, who unlooses the tongues of infants and oft-times reveals to babes that which is hidden from learned men, this admirable book, the Catholicon, was finished in the year of the incarnation of our Saviour MCCCCLX, in the foster town of Mainz, a town of the famous German nation, which God in his clemency, by granting to it this high illumination of the mind, has preferred before the other nations of the world.'
THE FAYT OF ARMES AND OF CHYVALRYE BLACK LETTER, one leaf inlaid and three or four beautifully fac-similed, otherwise a fine and perfect copy, russia extra, gilt leaves, by C. Lewis WESTMESTRE, PER CAXTON, MCCCCLXXXIX *** This work consists of 139 leaves, exclusive of the table, occupying two leaves.
67b: Impresso in Fir=eze per Maestro Antonio Miscomini Anno M.CCCCLXXXXIII.
SEE McClanahan, Harry Monroe.
She had told the lady her own name,--Polly Price,--and it was Polly Price she had written on the envelope instead of Jane McClane.
She did not ask anybody the question, however, just then; but when the postman came around at noon, and she saw the same scene repeated, her curiosity could not be restrained any longer, and she started off to find Jane McClane,--for Jane was fourteen years old and knew everything, Polly thought.
Prepared by William W. Bryan, assisted by Elizabeth Ent, Arthur J. Manasse, Jr. & Paul M. McClarrinon.
Mrs. M. McClary, 5; Miss Smith's Sab.
SEE MCCLAY, HARRIET L. JUNG, CARL GUSTAV.
R76858, 11Apr51, Benjamin R. Andrews (A) ANDREWS, CHARLES MCCLEAN.
MCCLEARY, GLEN AWANN.
As good wine needs no bush, so good babes need no wood; but Messrs. McCLEERY and HUMPHRIES painted for them a quite nice one, where, after some very pleasant business with a brace of giant mushrooms that went up and down like a lift, the robins came and camouflaged the wanderers under a counterpane of fallen leaves, where they behaved much better than in ordinary beds.
Without enumerating or describing the terrible battles on the Peninsula, and the "change of base," which practically was a retreat, and virtually the confession of failure, it may be said in defence or palliation of McClellan that it afterwards took Grant, with still greater forces, and when the Confederates were weakened and demoralized, a year to do what McClellan was expected to do in three months.
R89639, 28Jan52, Mrs. J. I. McClelland (A).
Mrs. Lewis' S.S. Class, 3.25; Miss McClellans' Class, 1.15; Miss Oak's Class, 1.60; for Wilmington, N.C. 6.00 South Paris.
Revised and rewritten by James Kendall, with the collaboration of S. Walter Hoyt, J. Colin Moore, J. M. Kelso, Ellinor Garber, and Ray McClellen.
Marie Dancy McClendon (A); 7Sep56; R176420.
We buried, by actual count, more of the enemy's dead in front of the divisions of McClernand and Sherman alone than here reported, and 4,000 was the estimate of the burial parties of the whole field.
MCCLINCHEY, FLORENCE E. Joe Pete.
MCCLINTOCK, H. L. Restatement of the law of conflict of laws as adopted and promulgated by the American Law Institute.
SEE McClorey, John A. SHELLABARGER, SAMUEL.
SEE McClorey, John A. MCCLOSKEY, FRANK H. A pageant of prose.
exclaimed McCloskey--"it's a quare taste the animal has--but you're not afther killing him for that; there's something more behind: it's not for having a black wife instead of a white one you'd be afther murthering him--ye'll get no stuff like that down me."
Then, of course, you will go to Shasta, and they'll take you to their place on the McCloud River.
The McClouds' flax camp had been built in the edge of the spruce grove where the picnickers had held their dance and merry-making on that June day, memorable to Donald and Elspie and Katie.
In spite of her half-hysterical protests, the next week saw her ready to depart for Hilltop with Miss McClough, who was to take the journey with her.
We left South-West Bay on the 18th at daybreak; but from light airs made so little progress that it was not until the following afternoon that we passed between McCluer's and New Year's Islands; between the latter and Oxley's Island we passed over two coral banks, separated from each other by a deep channel.
HOW HEFTY BURKE GOT EVEN Hefty Burke was once clubbed by a policeman named McCluire, who excused the clubbing to his Honor by swearing that Hefty had been drunk and disorderly, which was not true.
Concert Hall was built by the late J.W. McClung in 1857, and the hall in the basement was one of the largest in the city.
THE EARLIEST PORTRAIT OF LINCOLN LETTERS IN REGARD TO THE FRONTISPIECE OF THE NOVEMBER MCCLURE'S. FROM THE HON.
James McClurg, (in room of P. Henry) " 25.
"Certainly," I answered, "you used to be one of the six German waiters at McCluskey's restaurant in Toronto."
SEE THROCKMORTON, ARCHIBALD H. MCCLUSKY, HOWARD Y. Education and social trends.
The passage runs as follows in a manuscript of the Ambrosian Library, according to an extract given by Baldelli Boni:-- "In the year of Christ MCCLXXXXVI, in the time of Pope Boniface VI.,
The inscription on S. Matteo regarding the battle is as follows:--"Ad Honorem Dei et Beate Virginis Marie Anno MCCLXXXXVIII Die Dominico VII Septembris iste Angelus captus fuit in Gulfo Venetiarum in Civitate Scursole et ibidem fuit prelium Galearum LXXVI Januensium cum Galeis LXXXXVI Veneciarum.
R81212, 19Jul51, Esther McLaughlin Donahue, Constance McLaughlin Green, James A. McLachlan, Isabella McLaughlin Stephens, Josselyn Van Tyne (C) <pb id='128.png' /> MACLEAN, JOSEPH B. Life Insurance.
McLagan, Robert Bryan, Jas.
In a cold rain the canoe reached the little village of Swansboro, where the chief personage of the place of two hundred inhabitants, Mr. McLain, removed me from my temporary camping-place in an old house near the turpentine distilleries into his own comfortable quarters.
In 1845, Mr. Irving came to London from his post at Madrid, on a short visit to his friend, Mr. McLane, then American Minister to England.
Rev. John D. McLanlin, 25 for Student Aid, Fisk U.; 25 for Indian M. and to const JOHN MACKIE L.M. ...50.00 Grand Haven.