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Craig Taylor

town did not touch their rings to the ring that Joan wore on her finger, she replied: ‘Many women touched my hands and my rings, but I do not know their thought or intention.’ Asked who were the men of her company who caught butterflies in her standard in front of Château-Thierry, 69 she answered that this was never done by their party, but it was those of the other

in Joan of Arc
R. N. Swanson

. CHAPTER 25 Many men are covetous for worldly honour and earthly riches, and think night and day, sleeping and waking, how and by what means they might achieve them, and forget to consider themselves, and the pains of Hell and the joys of Heaven. Surely they are not wise, they are like the children who run after a butterfly, and because they do not watch their feet

in Catholic England