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Image by Internet Archive Book Images Identifier: lifedeathbeingau00lewi Title: Life and death : being an authentic account of the deaths of one hundred celebrated men and women, with their portraits Year: 1910 (1910s) Authors: Lewin, Thomas Herbert, 1839-1916 Subjects: Death Portraits Celebrities Publisher: London : Constable and Co. Ltd. Contributing Library: University of California Libraries Digitizing Sponsor: Internet Archive View Book Page: Book Viewer About This Book: Catalog Entry View All Images: All Images From Book Click here to view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book. Text Appearing Before Image: or. I will not accuse my master, or say I never saw a better prince, forthough he oppressed his subjects himself, he would never see them injuredby any one else. After so many fears, sorrows, and suspicions, God, by a kindof miracle, restored him both in body and mind, as is the Divine method in 37 F 38 A BOOK OF LIFE AND DEATH such kind of wonders. He took him out of the world in perfect ease, under-standing, and memory; having called for the sacraments himself; discussingwithout the least expression of pain to the very last moment of his life. Hedied on Saturday, the 30th of August in the year of our Lord 1483, abouteight at night in the Castle of Plessis, where his fit took him on the Mondaybefore. His soul is, I hope, with God, and enjoys everlasting rest in theKingdom of Paradise. He was confiding and suspicious, avaricious andlavish, audacious and timid, mild and cruel, and was the first Frenchmonarch who bore the title of the most Christian King. Authority: Philippe de Comines. Text Appearing After Image: Cardinal Wolsey. J-roiii the pictxtn- in t/u: Boiihian Librniy. No. 16 The Death of Cardinal Wolsey. Born at Ipswich14th March 1471. Died 29th November 1530. CARDINAL WOLSEY was staying at Sheffield Park with the Earlof Shrewsbury when he was attacked by dysentery, and the com-plaint was aggravated by unskilful medical treatment. He was thusailing when Sir William Kingston, the Constable of the Tower, with a guardof twenty-four soldiers arrived bearing the Kings order to bring Wolsey aprisoner to London. When Kingston was introduced and knelt before himWolsey said: I pray you stand up and cease this kneeling to a very wretchreplete with misery. Stand up, good Master Kingston, or I will myselfkneel to you. With a mind thus harassed, Wolseys sufferings of bodynecessarily increased; but the Kings order was peremptory, and when theyset forth on his last journey he was in truth a dying man. They rode toNottingham and thence to Leicester, but the Cardinal became so weak thathe could hardly Note About Images Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.