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" Savior, if such misery could be averted. I have such faith and trust in finding grace before God, if I die to save my townsmen, that I name myself as first of the six. "
True tales of the olden time. Selected from Froissart - Page 63
by Jean Froissart - 1841 - 173 pages
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Sir John Froissart's Chronicles of England, France, Spain, and the ..., Volume 2

Jean Froissart - 1805 - 508 pages
...fhort time, the moft wealthy citizen of the town, by name Euftace de St. Pierre, rofe up and faid: ' Gentlemen, both high and low, it would be a very great pity to lufler fo many people to die through famine, if any means could be found to prevent it; and it would...
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Chronicles of England, France, Spain, and the Adjoining Countries,: From the ...

Jean Froissart - 1839 - 830 pages
...bitterly. After a short time, the most wealthy citizen of the town, by name Eustace de St. Pierre, rose up and said : " Gentlemen, both high and low, it would be a very great pity to suffer ss many people to die through famine, if any means could be found to prevent it; and it would be highly...
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Lives of the queens of England, from the Norman conquest. By A ..., Volumes 1-2

Agnes Strickland - 1840 - 868 pages
...wept bitterly. " After a short pause, the most wealthy citizen of Calais, by name Eustace St. Pierre, rose up and said, ' Gentlemen, both high and low, it would be pity to suffer so many of our countrymen to die through famine; it would be highly meritorious in the...
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Lives of the Queens of England, from the Norman Conquest: With ..., Volume 2

Agnes Strickland, Elisabeth Strickland - 1840 - 456 pages
...wept bitterly. " After a short pause, the most wealthy citizen of Calais, by name Eustace St. Pierre, rose up and said, ' Gentlemen, both high and low, it would be pity to suffer so many of our countrymen to die through famine ; it would be highly meritorious in...
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Stories from the chroniclers. Froissart

Henry Peter Dunster - 1847 - 278 pages
...Calesians. After a short silence, the most wealthy citizen of the town, by name Sir Eustace de S. Pierre, rose up and said, " Gentlemen, both high and low, it would be a sad pity to suffer so many people to die through famine, if any means could be found to prevent it...
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Lives of the Queens of England, from the Norman Conquest: With ..., Volume 2

Agnes Strickland - 1848 - 244 pages
...wept bitterly. After a short pause, the most wealthy citizen of Calais, by name Eustace St. Pierre, rose up and said, ' Gentlemen, both high and low, it would be pity to suffer so many of our countrymen to die through famine ; it would be highly meritorious in...
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Second (-Fourth) reading book. Scriptural and miscellaneous ..., Volume 3

Reading book - 1854 - 300 pages
...re-pu-ta-ition re-spect-a-ble sur-ren-der awhile, the most wealthy citizen 'oS the town, iby aame iEustace, rose up and said, "Gentlemen, both high and low, it would be a very great pity to suffer BO 'many .people to die through famine, if any moans could be found to present it, and it weuld be...
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The Queens of England: A Series of Portraits of Distinguished Female Sovereigns

Agnes Strickland - 1854 - 464 pages
...wept bitterly. After a short pause, the roost wealthy citizen of Calais, by name Eustace St. Pierre, rose up and •said, ' Gentlemen, both high and low, it would be pity to suffer so many of our countrymen to die through famine ; it would be highly meritorious in...
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Biographical Sketches of the Queens of Great Britain. From the Norman ...

Mary Botham Howitt - 1856 - 646 pages
...wept bitterly. After a short pause, the most wealthy citizen of Calais, by name Eustace St. Pierre, rose up, and said — ' Gentlemen, both high and low, it would be a pity to suffer so many of our countrymen to die through famine : it would be highly meritorious in...
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Chronicles of England, France, Spain, and the Adjoining Countries ..., Volume 1

Jean Froissart - 1857 - 830 pages
...bitterly. After a short time, the most wealthy citizen of the town, by name Eustace de St. Pierre, rose np and said : " Gentlemen, both high and low, it would be a very great pity to suffer >-i many people to die through famine, if any means could be found to prevent it ; and it would be...
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