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Raamatud Books 1 - 3 of 3 on MSS., and the same custom just alluded to of committing heraldic and other memorials....
" MSS., and the same custom just alluded to of committing heraldic and other memorials to writing, says, " This may be one and no contemptible argument in favour of such kind of accounts, that when monuments themselves decay, inscriptions wear out or are... "
Proceedings - Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society - Page 209
by Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society - 1902
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Some Remarks Upon the Church of Great Haseley, Oxfordshire: Read at a ...

Thomas William Weare - 1848 - 159 lehte
...and the same custom just alluded to of committing heraldic and other memorials to writing, says, " This may be one and no contemptible argument in favour...tinker; when effigies, arms, and inscriptions in glass, &c. are broken, mangled, and disappear, the contents of them may be preserved in a sheet of paper monumentum...
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Gloucestershire Notes and Queries, 1. köide

1881
...take it for an axiom that the ' dying present' is infinitely of more value than the 'dead past.'" " This may 'be one and no contemptible argument in favour of such kind of accounts, that -iehen monuments themselves decay, inacriptions wear out or arc defaced, marbles broken, brass plates...
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Some Remarks Upon the Church of Great Haseley, Oxfordshire: Read at a ...

Thomas William Weare - 1840 - 56 lehte
...speaking of Wood's MSS., and the custom of committing heraldic and other memorials to writing, says, " This may be one and no contemptible argument in "...favour of such kind of accounts, that when monuments them" selves decay, inscriptions wear out or are defaced, marble " broken, brass plates unfixed or...
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