The papal bull, and the king's licence to proceed upon it are printed in Rymer, Vol. VI. Part II. pp. 8 and 17. The latter is explicit on Wolsey's personal liberality in establishing this foundation. Ultro et ex propriâ liberalitate et munificentiâ, nec sine gravissimo suo sumptu et impensis collegium fundare conatur.

VI. Widukindi Rerum Gestarum Saxonicarum libri tres. Accedit libellus de Origine Gentis Suevorum. Editio quarta: post Georgium Waitz recognovit Karolus A. Kehr. Hannoverae et Lipsiae Impensis Bibliopolii Hahniani, 1904. VII. Procopii Caesariensis opera omnia: recognovit Jacobus Haury. Lipsiae. VIII. Einhardi Vita Karoli Magni. Editio quinta. Post G.H. Perte recensuit G. Waitz.

"Oh, the Lactantius; that was printed on the top of the Apennines." "What, did the printing-press fall down there out o' the moon?" "Nay, messer," said the trader, laughing; "it shot up there out of Germany. See the title-page!" Gerard took the Lactantius eagerly, and saw the following Opera et impensis Sweynheim et Pannartz Alumnorum Joannis Fust. Impressum Subiacis. "Will ye buy, messer?

Et postmodum iter accipiens, nauigioque fungens apud Marsiliam, transcurso tandem pelagi profundo, in portu Tyrensi incolumis applicuit: et inde ad exercitum nostrum obsidentem pariter et obsessum Aconem transiuit: vbi multos ex nostris inueniens, et fere cunctos principum defectu, in summa desolatlone iam positos, et desperatione, alios quidem longa expectatione fatigatos, alios fame et inopia grauiter afflictos, quosdam vero aeris, inclementia distemperatos, diem foeliciter in terra sacra clausurus extremum, singulos pro posse vinculo charitatis amplectens, sumptibus et impensis, verbis, et vitae mentis confirmauit.

Hannoverae et Lipsiae, 1905. IX. Pauli Historia Langobardorum: edidit Georg Waitz. Hannoverae, impensis Bibliopolii Hahniani, 1878. Gall., vi, 19. Id., i, 50. Id., v, 14. Agricola, 16. Germania, 45: Suionibus Sitonum gentes continuantur. Cetera similes, uno differunt, quod femina dominatur; in tantum non modo a libertate, sed etiam a servitute degenerant.

Henceforward also we are to have law based on old customs and theology, not on practical convenience or scientific reasoning. I. Corpus Iuris Germanici Antiqui: edidit Ferd. Walter. Berolini impensis G. Reimeri, 1824. 3 vols. II. C. Iulii Caesaris Commentarii de Bello Gallico: recognovit Geo. Long. Novi Eboraci apud Harperos Fratres. 1883

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