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" In the year 1201, Eustace, Abbot of Flaye, came over into England, preaching the duty of extending the Sabbath from three o'clock pm on Saturday to sunrising on Monday morning, pleading the authority of an epistle written by Christ himself, and found... "
History, Directory & Gazeteer, of the County of York: With Select Lists of ... - Page 422
by Edward Baines - 1822
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The Civil, Ecclesiastical, Literary, Commercial, and Miscellaneous ..., Volume 2

Bradford (England) - 1834
...omission not to insert it in this work. Roger Hoveden, himself a Yorkshireman, relates, that in 1201, Eustace, abbot of Hay, in Normandy, came into England...Sabbath from three o'clock on Saturday Afternoon, to sun rising on Monday Morning, for which he pleaded the authority of an epistle written by Christ, and...
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The White rose of York, a midsummer annual, ed. by G. Hogarth

George Hogarth - 1834
...Wakefield town he fix'd his home, Of course, for their souls' good. * Roger Honeden says, that in 1201, Eustace, Abbot of Hay, in Normandy, came into England, preaching the duty of commencing the Sabbath at three o'clock on Saturday, and extending it till sun-rise on Monday morning;...
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The Annals of Yorkshire from the Earliest Period to the Present Time, Volume 1

Henry Schroder - Yorkshire (England) - 1851
...the Sabbath from three o'clock m- on Saturday afternoon to sun- rise on Monday morning, pleading AD the authority of an epistle, written by Christ himself, and found on 1*01 the altar of St. Simon at Golgotha. This fanatic was treated with contempt by the shrewd people...
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The Annals and History of Leeds, and Other Places in the County of York ...

Leeds (England) - 1860 - 768 pages
...Givia, of Naples. 1201. This year Eustace, abbot of Hay, in Normandy, came to England, and preached the duty of extending the Sabbath from three o'clock on Saturday afternoon, to sunrise on Monday morning, pleading the authority of an epistle, written by Christ himself, and found...
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Journal of the British Archaeological Association, Volume 20

Archaeology - 1864
...the Wakefield mills, I will here transcribe: "In the year 1201, Eustace, abbot of Flaye, came over into England preaching the duty of extending the Sabbath from three o'clock PM on Saturday to sunrising on Monday morning, pleading the authority of an epistle written by Christ...
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Ancestral Stories and Traditions of Great Families Illustrative of English ...

John Timbs - Great Britain - 1869 - 428 pages
...which shows the antiquity of the Wakefield mills: 'In the year 1201, Eustace, abbot of Flaye, came over into England, preaching the duty of extending the Sabbath from three o'clock PM on Saturday to sunrising on Monday morning, pleading the authority of an epistle written by Christ...
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The churches of Yorkshire, Volume 1

W H. Hatton - Church buildings - 1880 - 144 pages
...equally probable, is from an incident related by Roger de Hoveden, as follows : — " In the year 1201, Eustace, Abbot of Hay, in Normandy, came into England,...authority of an epistle written by Christ himself, tmAj'mnil on the altar of St. Simon, at Golgotha. The shrewd people of Yorkshire treated this fanatic...
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