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" Dugdale) so great a tempest at sea, that, despairing of life, he threw his money and rich apparel overboard. But when all hopes were passed, they discerned a mighty taper of wax, burning bright at the prow of the ship, and a beautiful woman standing by... "
A Genealogical History of the Dormant: Abeyant, Forfeited, and Extinct ... - Page 162
by Sir Bernard Burke - 1866 - 636 pages
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A general and heraldic dictionary of the peerages of England, Ireland, and ...

John Burke - 1831 - 631 pages
...so great a tempest at sea, that, despairing of life, he threw his money and rich apparel over board. But when all hopes were passed, they discerned a mighty...mariners concluded of their future security : but every one there being ignorant what this vision might portend except the earl ; he however attributed...
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Dresses and Decorations of the Middle Ages, Volume 1

Henry Shaw - Costume - 1843
...remarkable illustration of the manners of that superstitious age. " There arose so great a tempest at sea, that, despairing of life, he threw his money and rich...mariners concluded of their future security : but every one there being ignorant what this vision might portend, except the earl: he, however, attributed...
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The Roll of Battle Abbey, Annotated

Battle Abbey, Bernard Burke - Great Britain - 1848 - 107 pages
...in Gascony, whence, returning to England " there arose (we quote Dugdale) so great a tempest at sea, that, despairing of life, he threw his money and rich...it from wind and rain, so that it gave a clear and brilliant lustre. Upon sight of which heavenly vision, both himself and the mariners concluded of their...
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The Roll of Battle Abbey, Annotated

Battle Abbey, Bernard Burke - Great Britain - 1848 - 107 pages
...whence, returning to England "there arose (we quote Dugdale) so great a tempest at sea, that, despairmg of life, he threw his money and rich apparel overboard....it from wind and rain, so that it gave a clear and brilliant lustre. Upon sight of which heavenly vision, both himself and the mariners concluded of their...
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Apparitions: A Narrative of Facts

Bourchier Wrey Savile - Apparitions - 1874 - 280 pages
...Gascony, and on the return voyage homewards, Dugdale relates, "there arose so great a D tempest at sea, that, despairing of life, he threw his money and rich...were passed, they discerned a mighty taper of wax, turning bright at the prow of the ship, and a beautiful woman standing by it, who preserved it from...
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Apparitions: A Narrative of Facts

Bourchier Wrey Savile - Apparitions - 1880 - 280 pages
...Gascony, and on the return voyage homewards, Dugdale relates, "there arose so great a D tempest at sea, that, despairing of life, he threw his money and rich...mariners concluded of their future security : but every one there being ignorant what this vision might portend except the earl; he however attributed...
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The Roll of Battle Abbey

John B. Burke - Reference - 1848 - 122 pages
...in Gascony, whence, returning to England " there arose (we quote Dngdale) go great a tempest at sea, that, despairing of life, he threw his money and rich apparel overboard. Bat when all hopes were passed, they discerned a mighty taper of wax, burning bright at the prow of...
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