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" Havering by name, rose up in the midst of them, and said, "My venerable men, this is the demand of the king — the annual moiety of the revenues of your churches. And if any one objects to this, let him rise up in the middle of this assembly, that his... "
The Flowers of History, Especially Such as Relate to the Affairs of Britain ... - Page 505
by Matthew Paris - 1853
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The Dublin Review VOL.XXXV September and December,1853

The Dublin Review VOL.XXXV September and December,1853 - 1853
...prelates and clergy were disturbed and alarmed, and groaning in anguish of spirit"—" when a knight rose up in the midst of them, and said: ' My venerable...moiety of the revenues of your churches. And if any one object .to this, let him rise up, that hit person may be recognized as guilty of treason.' —" When...
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The History of the Protestant Reformation, in Germany and Switzerland, and ...

Martin John Spalding - 1860
...unanimity granted one Tialf of their annual revenues. A knight rose up in the midst of the convocation, and said : " My venerable men, this is the demand of the king, the moiety of the annual revenue of your churches. And if any one objects to this, let him rise up in the...
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A History of the English Church from Its Foundation to the Reign of Queen Mary

Mary Charlotte Stapley - 1875 - 493 pages
...rose up, and vehemently exclaimed, " My venerable man, this is the demand of the King. The annual half of the revenues of your churches — and if any one...objects to this, let him rise up in the middle of the assembly, that his person may be recognised and taken note of; for that man is guilty of treason...
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The Mercersburg Review, Volume 16

1869
...demanded one-half the annual revenue of the clergy. A Knight rose up in the midst of the convocation, and said : ' My venerable men, this is the demand of the King, the moiety of the annual revenue of your Churches. And if any one objects to this let him rise up in the...
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