1066 and All That: A Memorable History of England; by W.C. Sellar & R.J. Yeatman, (illus. J. Reynolds)

By W.C. Sellar & R.J. Yeatman, (illus. J. Reynolds)

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114 LC, 11, p. 482. 115 LC, 11, p. 484. 116 Avertissement to LC - "Je n'ai point eu cette confiance en mes enfants quoiqu'ils ne manquassent ni de bon sens ni de conduite. " 117 LC, 11, pp. 571-572. us In 1722 the Journal literaire published his "Discours ... " 119 In this article he demonstrated the stupidity of accepting the Bible literally. He seems to have forgotten or pretended to have forgotten or to have been unaware of the condition of his appointment as professor that he would never become Rector Magnificus.

T. J. P. M. Keune, De archieven van de Nederlands Hervormde Gemeente te Deventer, 1591-ca. 1951, Deventer, 1967. 30 THE LI FE On January 6th it was reported that the magistrates had seleeted relevant extraets 124 whieh were presented to the Chureh council on January 29th. 125 At an extraordinary meeting of the couneil on January 31st it was deeided to make a list of all those elements that served to undermine the Christian religion. The problem of reading the extraets was diseussed and this task was assigned to a smaller group who eould examine them at their leisure and report their findings to the whole counci!.

When he became pastor at Nleuw-Nlerop In North Holland he and Sara settled there. On his death his widow went to live in Alkmaar. 100 26 THE LIFE new wife, whom he described as "de mediocre stature, potelee, tres agreable, tellement experimentee en tout ce que le beau sexe doit savoir," 101 had important connections. The Bex family claimed a lineage that went back for some 300 years, during which period they had formed distinguished alliances through marriage. Sara's father, Isaac, had been an official at the Swedish court.

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