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Página 299 - Listen to my fond request : Let me share thy grief divine ; Let me, to my latest breath, In my body bear the death Of that dying Son of thine. Wounded with His every wound, Steep my soul till it hath swooned In His very blood away: Be to me, O Virgin, nigh, Lest in flames I burn and die In His awful judgment day.
Página 299 - Mihi jam non sis amara : Fac me tecum plangere. Fac ut portem Christi mortem, Passionis fac consortem, Et plagas recolere. Fac me plagis vulnerari, Fac me cruce inebriari, Et cruore Filii. Flammis ne urar succensus, Per te, Virgo, sim defensus, In die judicii. Christe, cum sit hinc exire, Da per Matrem me venire Ad palmam victoriae.
Página 305 - Christ, when Thou shalt call me hence, Be thy Mother my defence, Be thy Cross my victory ; While my body here decays, May my soul thy goodness praise, Safe in Paradise with Thee.
Página 216 - And he was at his wits' end to know what to do, for the night was so dark he could not see a hand before him. So he roused up a neighbour, and between them they dragged up the poor woman and carried her home, and laid her on the bed half dead from fright, and it was many a day before she was able to get about as usual; indeed she limped all her...
Página 292 - ... or proved his innocence. In this situation, all his family, it is said, abandoned the house, but himself and his eldest daughter, whom he repeatedly begged to depart ; but as he found all ineffectual, and her resolution fixed to stay and share his fate, with a tumult of passions only to be imagined, he took her in his arms, and carried her to a place of safety, just before the incensed mob arrived. This filial affection saved, it is more than probable, his life. Thus unexpected, and nothing removed...
Página 141 - There is but one thing left for us to do. We must fly from England together, for only then can we be happy and away from the king's persecution,