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" warranted her to conceive she was a prophetess. As her prophecies in the troubled times of Charles I. were usually against the government, she was at length brought by them into the Court of High Commission. The prophetess was not a little mad, and fancied... "
Chambers's Pocket Miscellany - Page 70
1854
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Relics of Literature

Reuben Percy - Autographs - 1823 - 400 pages
...John Davies, the poet, She was the Cassandra of the age; and several of her predictions encouraged her to conceive she was a prophetess. As her prophecies...government, she was at length brought by them into the high court of commission. The prophetess was not a little mad, and fancied the spirit of Daniel was...
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Relics of Literature

Reuben Percy - Autographs - 1823 - 400 pages
...John Davies, the poet, She was the Cassandra of the age; and several of her predictions encouraged her to conceive she was a prophetess. As her prophecies...government, she was at length brought by them into the high court of commission. The prophetess was not a little mad, and fancied the spirit of Daniel was...
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The Cornish Magazine, Issue 25

English essays - 1826
...usually against the government of Charles I. she was brought into the high court of commissioH. She was not a little mad, and fancied the spirit of Daniel was in her—from an imperfect anagram she formed from her name " Reveal О Daniel." She was cured of her...
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Curiosities of Literature, Volume 3

Isaac Disraeli - English literature - 1834
...was a very extraordinary character. be was the Cassandra of her age ; and several o ..er predictions warranted her to conceive she was a prophetess. As...from an anagram she had formed of her name, ELEANOR DAVIES. REVEAL O DANIEL ! The anagram had too much by an L, and too little by an s ; yet Daniel and...
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Curiosities of Literature: Second series

Isaac Disraeli - Authors - 1835 - 446 pages
...was a very extraordinary character. She was the Cassandra of her age ; and several of her predictions warranted her to conceive she was a prophetess. As her prophecies in tho troubled times of Charles I were usually against the government, she was, at length, brought by...
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Fleuron English surnames: essays

Mark Antony Lower - 1842
...was a very extraordinary character. She was the Cassandra of her age, and several of her predictions warranted her to conceive she was a prophetess. As...from an anagram she had formed of her name, ELEANOR DAVIES, Reveal O Daniel! The anagram had too much by an r. and too little by an s; yet Daniel and reveal...
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Curiosities of Literature, and the Literary Character Illustrated

I.C. Disraeli, Rufus W. Griswold - American literature - 1846 - 510 pages
...predictions warranted her to conceive she was a prophetess. As her prophecir* in tho troubled tunes of Charles I were usually against the government,...from an anagram she had formed of her name Eleanor Davies. Reveal О Daniel ! The anagram had too much by an L, and too little by an s ; yet Daniel and...
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English Surnames: An Essay on Family Nomenclature, Historical ..., Volume 2

Mark Antony Lower - Names, Personal - 1849
...was a very extraordinary character. She was the Cassandra of her age, and several of her predictions warranted her to conceive she was a prophetess. As...from an anagram she had formed of her name, ELEANOR DAVIES. Reveal O Daniel! The anagram had too much by an L and too little by an s ; yet Daniel and reveal...
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Curiosities of Literature: And The Literary Character Illustrated

Isaac Disraeli - American literature - 1851 - 509 pages
...extraordinary character. She was the Cassandra of her age ; and several of her predictions war_-anted her to conceive she was a prophetess. As her prophecies...against the government, she was, at length, brought jy them into the court of High Commission. The projhetess was not a little mad, und fancied tho spirit...
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Family pastime; or, Homes made happy [by R.K. Philp. With] Solutions

Robert Kemp Philp - 1852
...was a very extraordinary character. She was the Cassandi'a of her age, and several of her predictions warranted her to conceive she was a prophetess. As her prophecies in the troubled times of Charles the First were usually against the government, she was at length brought by them into thé Court of...
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