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The Divine Comedy of Dante

By: H. F. Cary

...ast, along the cross, William, and Renard, and Duke Godfrey drew My ken, and Robert Guiscard. And the soul, Who spake with me among the other lights D... ...ong the cross, William, and Renard, and Duke Godfrey drew My ken, and Robert Guiscard. And the soul, Who spake with me among the other lights Did move... ...s them, and he was much in favour with all.” 1. viii. c. 13. His brother Robert, king of Naples, was the friend of Petrarch. v. 60. The left ban... ...ragon, in 1282 v. 81. My brother’s foresight.] He seems to tax his brother Robert with employing necessitous and greedy Catalonians to administer t... .... The treachery.] He alludes to the occupation of the kingdom of Sicily by Robert, in exclusion of his brother s son Carobert, or Charles. Robert, ... ...nder the name of Rinaldo. v. 43. Duke Godfey.] Godfrey of Bouillon. v. 46. Robert Guiscard.] See Hell, Canto XXVIII. v. 12. v. 81. The characters.]... ...e name of Rinaldo. v. 43. Duke Godfey.] Godfrey of Bouillon. v. 46. Robert Guiscard.] See Hell, Canto XXVIII. v. 12. v. 81. The characters.] Dilig...

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The Divine Comedy of Dante

By: H. F. Cary

...ian writes Who errs not, with the multitude, that felt The grinding force of Guiscard’s Norman steel, And those the rest, whose bones are gather’d yet... ...ccount represents them not to have exceeded one modius.” Livy, Hist. v. 12. Guiscard’s Norman steel.] Robert Guiscard, who conquered the kingdom of N... ... to have exceeded one modius.” Livy, Hist. v. 12. Guiscard’s Norman steel.] Robert Guiscard, who conquered the kingdom of Naples, and died in 1110. ...

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The Divine Comedy of Dante

By: H. F. Cary

...ian writes Who errs not, with the multitude, that felt The grinding force of Guiscard’s Norman steel, And those the rest, whose bones are gather’d yet... ...ccount represents them not to have exceeded one modius.” Livy, Hist. v. 12. Guiscard’s Norman steel.] Robert Guiscard, who conquered the kingdom of N... ... to have exceeded one modius.” Livy, Hist. v. 12. Guiscard’s Norman steel.] Robert Guiscard, who conquered the kingdom of Naples, and died in 1110. ... ...rhood of Florence, and he was afterwards patronized by Pope Benedict XI and Robert King of Naples, and enjoyed the society and friendship of Dante, w... ...apet, who came to the throne of France in 987, was however the grandson of Robert, who was the brother of Eudes, King of France in 888. v. 52. Al... ... deposed and made a monk in 751. v. 57. My son.] Hugh Capet caused his son Robert to be crowned at Orleans. v. 59. The Great dower of Provence.] ... ...ast, along the cross, William, and Renard, and Duke Godfrey drew My ken, and Robert Guiscard. And the soul, Who spake with me among the other lights D... ...ong the cross, William, and Renard, and Duke Godfrey drew My ken, and Robert Guiscard. And the soul, Who spake with me among the other lights Did move... ...e name of Rinaldo. v. 43. Duke Godfey.] Godfrey of Bouillon. v. 46. Robert Guiscard.] See Hell, Canto XXVIII. v. 12. v. 81. The characters.] Dilig...

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The Divine Comedy Volume 3 Paradise

By: Dante Aligheri

...lian Vespers,—the French were driven from the island. 18 This brother was Robert, the third son of Charles II. He had been kept as a hostage in Catal... ...be flies. Afterward William, and Renouard, 4 and the duke Godfrey, 5 and Robert Guiscard 6 drew my sight over that 1 Its own thoughts in contemplat... ...s. Afterward William, and Renouard, 4 and the duke Godfrey, 5 and Robert Guiscard 6 drew my sight over that 1 Its own thoughts in contemplation. 2 ... ...onstantinople, he made the laws and the eagle Greek. 9 William H., son of Robert Guiscard, King of Sicily and Apulia, called “the Good.” 10 Charles ... ...inople, he made the laws and the eagle Greek. 9 William H., son of Robert Guiscard, King of Sicily and Apulia, called “the Good.” 10 Charles H. of A...

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The Divine Comedy Volume 1 Hell

By: Dante Aligheri

...he rings, 3 as Livy writes, who erreth not; with those that, by resisting Robert Guiscard, 4 felt the pain of blows, and the rest whose bones are st... ...s, 3 as Livy writes, who erreth not; with those that, by resisting Robert Guiscard, 4 felt the pain of blows, and the rest whose bones are still hea...

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The Divine Comedy

By: Dante Aligheri

...rs not, With those who felt the agony of blows By making counterstand to Robert Guiscard, And all the rest, whose bones are gathered still At Cepe... ... With those who felt the agony of blows By making counterstand to Robert Guiscard, And all the rest, whose bones are gathered still At Ceperano, w... ... And the Duke Godfrey, did attract my sight Along upon that Cross, and Robert Guiscard. Then, moved and mingled with the other lights, The soul ... ...the Duke Godfrey, did attract my sight Along upon that Cross, and Robert Guiscard. Then, moved and mingled with the other lights, The soul that ha...

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The History of Henry Esmond, Esq. : A Colonel in the Service of Her Majesty Queen Anne : Written by Himself

By: William Makepeace Thackeray

...nior branch of our family at present enjoys. She was a great friend of Sir Robert Walpole, and would not rest until her husband slept at Lambeth, my p... ...s to arrest the person of Thomas, Viscount Castlewood, a nonjuring peer—of Robert Tusher, Vicar of Castlewood—and Henry Holt, known under various othe... ...r- osity. He introduced Mr. Esmond to Mr. St. John and the Right Honorable Robert Harley, Esquire, as he came out of the House walking between them; a... ...esses her sisters. Counts! every one of these wretches says he is a count. Guiscard, that stabbed Mr. Harvey, said he was a count; and I believe he wa...

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