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E.A. Jones

advertised that Mr Mayor, the master, aldermen and I have been, according to the king’s grace’s commission, at all the places of the friars in Oxford, and for as much as we be in doubt of many things, we thought good to know your lordship’s pleasure ere we went any further; and I shall express in order what hitherto we have done. At Mr Pye’s coming home, Mr Mayor and Mr Fryer were at London, and for as much as we doubted of their

in Hermits and anchorites in England, 1200–1550
I. S. Robinson

the church there, which had been built long before at the greatest expense and with the greatest effort, suffering the contempt of God and St Peter, was miraculously consumed by an avenging fire. 293 From there he returned through Lotharingia 294 to Worms in order to hold a conference there at Whitsun [15 May] with his fellows. Bishop William of Utrecht angrily parted company with the king and, coming home, he most

in Eleventh-century Germany
David A. Warner

This chapter contains the annotated and translated text of The Chronicon of Thiermar of Merseburg.

in Ottonian Germany