The Family of Coghill. 1377 to 1879: With Some Sketches of Their Maternal Ancestors, the Slingsbys, of Scriven Hall. 1135 to 1879

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Printed at the Riveside Press, 1879 - 193 pages
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Page 98 - Executors nothing doubting but at the general Resurrection I shall receive the same again by the mighty power of God...
Page 97 - Mind the Mortality of My body and knowing that it is appointed for all men once to die do make and ordain this my Last Will and Testament...
Page 114 - The voice at midnight came; He started up to hear ; A mortal arrow pierced his frame — He fell, but felt no fear.
Page 98 - And Lastly: I do Hereby Constitute and appoint my dear wife Catherina Keck and Daniel Miller of Columbiana County and State of Ohio to be Executors of this my last will and testament...
Page 97 - God,) therefore calling to mind the mortality of my body, and knowing that it is appointed for all men once to...
Page 184 - We are all here your jury as well as your judges ; we are the number of two or three juries, and your jury is well known, for they are chosen by the Parliament ; you are to plead to your indictment
Page 176 - ... in which he never concurred, he went into his country, and joined with the first who took up arms for the king. And when the war was ended, he remained still in his own house, prepared and disposed to run the fortune of the crown in any other attempt...
Page 184 - Acts of parliament make justice and law: they are both. They think fit to change the custom of trials that have been in former times." — Slingsby. " I desire that the act of parliament may be read."— -Lord Lisle. " You are before your jury and Judges. Parliament have great care of the rights of the people, and have appointed this Court; and his Highness hath appointed you to be tried by us. All must submit to my Lord Protector.
Page 169 - Knight is in complete armour, except helmet, which is placed under his head, a small frill encircles the upper part of his neck, his beard flowing gracefully in ringlets over his breast. On his left side is his sword, and on his right, at some distance, lies his dagger; his hands are elevated, and at his feet lies a lion, the crest of the family. The lady is habited in a long white robe, her head rests on a pillow, on her right side, upon the skirt of her robe are the Arms of Percy and Brabant; one...
Page 36 - And those in trust right well achieved what more than valour proved ; Both still were young, and firm in minds that ne'er from duty roved. Quick, quick they mount the bridled steeds; while near each loyal breast The colours lie, from ill secured, as in a miser's chest. What could in haste be done they did ; to faith they gave the rest. In fast succession forth they passed, along the straggling host ; On, gallant youths ! ye may not heed the peril or the cost. Oh! speed them, Heav'n ! direct their...

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