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“The 25 day, being the day of the natiuitie, I came into the”
“Item, in the yeere of our Lord 1395. about the feast of the natiuitie of S. Iohn Baptist, the forenamed Godekin and”
“Item, in the yeere of our Lord 1395. about the feast of the natiuitie of S. Iohn”
“The solemne reioysings at the birth and natiuitie of princes children.”
“_Of the solemne reioysings at the natiuitie of Princes children.”
“¶ Furthermore the said land of Britaine was conquered by C. Iulius C.sar, and made tributarie to the Romans in the 50 yéere before the natiuitie of C.rist, and so continued 483 yéeres.”
“Strange wonders happened (as men reported) at the natiuitie of this man, for the same night he was borne, all his fathers horsses in the stable were found to stand in bloud vp to the bellies.”
“[Sidenote: William Conquerour crowned 1067, according to their account which begin the yeare on the daie of Christ his natiuitie.]”
“Moreouer, this the reader hath to consider, that I doo begin the yeare at the natiuitie of our Lord, which is the surest order (in my fansie) that can be followed.”
“About this time, and on the morrow after the natiuitie of saint John Baptist, the bishop of Elie lord chancellour arriued in England, not shewing himselfe in any statelie port (for he tooke vpon him neither the dignitie of chancellour nor legat, nor yet of iustice) but onelie as a simple bishop and messenger sent from the king.”
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