maddeu iddo, ac i minau." Yna i lawr a'r trap door, a gollwyngwyd ef i wyddfod y Barnwr mawr.' Dyna ydi sgwennu byw, teimlaf mod i yn bresennol yn y digwyddiad.
His wife gave birth to another son in 1884, also named Iesu
Grist, and a daughter in 1886.
Only one of these, Iesu
Rex admirabilis, contained in the 1625 anthology Sacri affetti (Rome: L.
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For the establishment of the text itself, all the editors start from the first edition authorized by Erasmus, which is usually the editioprinceps; only in the case of the Concio depuero Iesu
did the 1511 edition prove so corrupt that Kearns used the version of Josse Bade (Paris, 1512) as the basis for her critical edition instead.
But deputy mayor Severiono Iesu
said: "This was a way to prove there is no longer room for the Camorra's pressure in City Hall."
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As is generally the case with commonplace books, religious pieces are well represented in MS Digby 86 - about one third of the total; the collection opens with six items connected with the sacrament of Confession, and various prayers in all three languages are scattered throughout the manuscript, not to mention saints' lives and poems such as 'Hon iesu
crist herowede helle' (fos [119.sup.r]-[120.sup.v]) or the Vision of St Paul (fos [132.sup.r]-[134.sup.v]).
The point is not immediately expanded, but Doe notes later that the text of Parsons's 'O bone Iesu
' may well allude to the 'hoped-for deliverance of the oppressed Catholic minority in England' (p.