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An Ecclesiastical History, Ancient and Modern, from the Birth of Christ to ... - Σελίδα 355
των Johann Lorenz Mosheim, Archibald Maclaine - 1803
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An Ecclesiastical History, Ancient and Modern ...

Johann Lorenz Mosheim - 1824
...singers, who made it their business to inter the bodies of those who died of the plague, anil sang a dirge over them in a mournful and indistinct tone...shall confine ourselves to the words of Jo. Bapt. Grnmayc, a man eminently skilled in the history of his country, in his work, entitled .Inlwerpia, lib....

An ecclesiastical history, ancient and modern, tr. by A. Maclaine

Johann Lorenz von Mosheim - 1826
...public singers, who made it their business to inter the bodies of those who died of the plague, and sang a dirge over them in a mournful and indistinct tone...in the history of his country, in his work entitled Antwerpia, lib. ii. " The Alexians," says he, " who constantly employed themselves about funerals,...

The Life and Opinions of John de Wycliffe: Illustrated Principally ..., Τόμος 2

Robert Vaughan - 1831
...puhlic singers, who made it their husiness to inter the hodies of those who died of the plague, and sung a dirge over them in a mournful and indistinct tone...to the grave. Among the many testimonies that might he alleged to prove this, we shall confine ourselves to the words of Jo. Bapt. Gramage, a man eminently...

A Theological Dictionary: Containing Definitions of All Religious Terms ...

Charles Buck - 1831 - 624 σελίδες
...public singers, who made it their business to inter the bodies of those who died of the plague, and sang a dirge over them, in a mournful and indistinct tone, as they carried them to the grave. The name was afterwards assumed by persons that dishonoured it, for we find among those Lollards who...

A Theological Dictionary: Containing Definitions of All Religious Terms ...

Charles Buck - 1831 - 624 σελίδες
...public singers, who made it their business to hiter the bodies of those who died of the plague, and sang a dirge over them, in a mournful and indistinct tone, as they carried them to the grave. The name was afterwards assumed bv peiiions that dishonoured it, for we find among these Lollards who...

An Account of the Most Important and Interesting Religious Events: Which ...

John Warner Barber - 1834 - 408 σελίδες
...public singers, who made it their business to inter the bodies of those who died of the plague, and sang a dirge over them, in a mournful and indistinct tone, as they carried them to the grave. The name was afterwards assumed by persons that dishonoured it ; for we find among those Lollards who-...

An Ecclesiastical History, from the Birth of Christ to the Beginning of the ...

Johann Lorenz Mosheim - 1842
...inter the bodies of those who died of the plague, and sang a dirge over them in a mournful and distinct tone as they carried them to the grave. Among the...alleged to prove this, we shall confine ourselves to the works of Jo. Bapt. Gramayc, a man eminently skilled in the history of his country, in his work entitled...

History of the Most Important and Interesting Religious Events: Which Have ...

John Warner Barber - 1851 - 412 σελίδες
...public singers, who made it their business to inter the bodies of those who died of the plague, and sang a dirge over them, in a mournful and indistinct tone, as they carried them to the grave. The name •was afterwards assumed by persons that dishonoured it; for we find among those Lollards...

History of the Most Important and Interesting Religious Events: Which Have ...

John Warner Barber - 1851 - 412 σελίδες
...public singers, who made it their business to inter ihe bodies of those who died of the plague, and sang a dirge over them, in a mournful and indistinct tone, as they carried them to the grave. The name was afterwards assumed by persons that dishonoured it ; for we find among those Lollards who...

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1857
...they were public singers who made it their business to inter those who died of the plague, and sang a dirge over them in a mournful and indistinct tone as they carried them to the grave. The name was afterward assumed by persons that dishonoured it In England the followers ofWickliffe...




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