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Trao floated Al it for the a Paolito chapter Cononi Klud a a we cast up to the hebrews he us Inacy with which they scorn the teachings of Ful vation a continued the Earl of Salisbury a a and strengthen Thorn in their obduracy since we make ourselves disgust Ful in their Quot eyes for must they not believe that our leaching approves of Faiia Tessness and cruelty shall our example of inert Thorn be Tho destruct of die silent happiness of so Many families the throttling of the hoary old Man the murder of the women the Slaughter of the children a Means by which to convince the remainder of Tho survivors of the value of christianity what has produced those shuddering deeds surely not religious Zeal i religion was Sho Mcfoul by misused it served the refuse of society the Dregs of Tho people us a pretest to qui of their thirst for blood to satisfy their rapacity i know Well that the hebrews in their business have Given cause for Many complaints but then the Nobles of the realm should have brought the charge and the King should have decided it did not befit the scum of our people to undertake the administration of punishment and without distinction to kill the innocent As Well As the guilty. The dignity of the throne is a weakened Tho fear of Tho Laws lessened if such a crime remains unpunished. Before the King As before the la religion May neither reach to the prejudice of the righteous nor to the Protection of the guilty and a Christian whose hands Are covered with unjustly shed blood has through Bis deeds denied Bis Creed while Many a hebrew through his pure heart through goodness and love is worthy of being a Christian if aes them it sees in them intruders from Jour majesty thinks that god s anger Fol whom it would be gladly free. Habit leaves Lull the Herb ecu. It could no it led i-.ic for us to be the tin Fiorit of his . A tolf rate ii however the neb rows Don a end Ivy Gay us if we refuse them Ever Protection. I will thereof re vote for it that Tho Steno of the Law to a a by heaven Carl you have up Ken tile sent merits to my soul Quot excl limed lilo King. A the trans pro Trivo already Llie Refore deserved to Weir Daili Boca o Tlisov disgraced Tho name of Cliris tian ily Bof wre All the Vur to peril.p3 does not a in rive quote Nicod the Carl. Bit orly the manner in a Lucli a Moi. i id Guilior a d tog ther . D its 3pirt with i Eliglo a in order to Mike a wicked and horrible a a you refer to Benedict s iolent tim. Re lined . A a Dene diet was ? violently Bop u used the King. Irrl Labov. A and you Kuciw it Chanock Llor without Scifo Riding us Quot a a your ?5ty pair a Quot returned Long a hemp Quot the Bod Rose Ned the announcement . He i bind if dismayed at Ibe pro i ceding Lor Bis a Nulph performed be imly action to which i lie was forced by Tho to Lenco of a warm which i pressed into the Quot a a the Arol Ibshop so ill Issue a writing to Benedict and declare Tobin Validity of the act of ,&Quot cried Rich Ned fitly. A your in in Sty will reflect Quot Tho Cluin cellar Cauti spoke a a that her like a Potch is of a , a Jud in cd Over which i Only been roes the a a a no where Tho healthy Orcas on can decide Quot re Poi ded the King a a and Ilowit the chaplain Bas desc Cra cd his priestly office As he succumbed to an and sinful demand. Over Liim let die ii urea judge but that the i Tiston his office May not Albect the hebrews is Eert Iio. Yet you yourself area Priet Iuit u your opinion and yours. Bishop of Durham Quot a a the Church will indeed ult a quite approve of your majesty views of the operation of priestly actions Quot Spudie Pudsey. A a a yet i hold the baptism under Toliese air Cucui statics invalid die Ife Hrew had not through his own desire himself worthy of this Hent a a i do no agree with you a rejoined Long Champ Natl Dougli you eau yet add that tic hebrew was unprepared and in his heart nourishes the idd hatred to our religion. Nevertheless the holy proceeding As Trueb As it May hav e been wrong at its per Fri Ivanee still retains its Worth and the hebrew remains baptised. I would therefore propose the expedient to permit his withdrawal and will therefore assume the archbishops i accept your proposition a cried the King. A a but the archbishop has hereby no further opinion to deliver. W e wish it so. And be shall obey. Well then this is concluded and now Back to our main business. Has my Mother anything further to respond to the expressions of the Earl a certainly a said Eleonore. A a the Noble Earl spoke As if in inc the enemy of lie hebrew Al had to be fought against and i really feel More contempt for them than a de sire for evil. He suddenly seems to be quite inspired for them and it lacks but Little that he would have elevated them far above the christians. I do not know which excellent persons he has become acquainted with among Oliero who have infused in him such a favourable opinion of their co religionists. Meanwhile i allow that glorious exceptions can be found among them and Bubo myself made an acquaintance which has truly become dear to me. However it does not now depend upon it at All whether to love or hate them there can Only be brought in consideration Here How the populace is disposed against them and there is certainly no Dou to that the a place hates and Despi Atli Urslie a Scronce of the hebrew irs dipl Cleure Ond sex pc Ion Only in scorn and Deri Ion and even this protects lie hebrews they Are Sale As Tig As till put i ple laugh at them. Tins re igbo be ii Jim Chan cd fur them. If the it re Eulaee to it Serrur secs ilium the King As a arc try air it it it the Anrit it Ying itr.ingersa-5hi Cliris tian subjects and so Che rely Pii it Hes a Raih Dot a to of a kindling , can de Van unfortunate error and executed in the stupor of passion. Then first the hate would a to lug oath Wirig lit. And endanger the bite o 1k Hebro is in the vhf do re tim. A air Civ there is. indie a a an tags Coos in it the let brews Ali -nis.-Ives, Tolian if tie while occurrence will be a a speedily fir pos Rible and will nit give Occas cd ice a lieu and gun ral air .�n.&Quot a a Muiir Izaj Rusty Lia an i Capo tint b er\ati<7n.�?� a joined pud try. A a it ii eni Hiigli Liat tie Aluir a stands so ill i yes How Little curl it iian Opi Rii it in has yet i ii id i it if we hat to a whom we a a a to Cauich of to i in delusion if we per a nto there Abiud we Eracli with love. J he and was a Lic Athen one jul the deep corruption of a our time. A. Hate i it it ii gift a lie by fault upon our head an a inure a Teo to free ourselves of it in Wever a prove of the opinion of your in ij.�?. Ukiwe riot let As we wish if the otitis ends of a Ali do land ? ..Iirkl u?.�?T�?T Quot you could really counsel me to sae Vilice by cd fiction of the vileness Wei Vii you Pritin Unce a Heichen one cried the King. Arn i Ruhr have i tie Power to cd ii ii and in of Jar to Bow Rev self and i Vav i a ardly to Sui cd sub if my pm Quot ple wih Liat is evil wickedness and ignorance to me and i have the right and fran to Aud to no \i.done2 will change the Mode of Ilii Liing of a , my exulted Uio Barcli Quot by Gan Long Ohanis a a and Only gradually Ali rough tile Nii get of time throw ii lie influence of Gudt e in a linings conceptions which have once Mccume ruling change themselves. A proceeding which opposes Ilio views of Jour subjects can elect no Good. Command and they will gnash ogly obey you my before you can yet feel As lord your relation to your people is already a a you deny me the most Noble right of the Regent to make Good better conviction a rejoined Richard. Quot according to your words i must always first seek the opinion of my subjects Ere i command and assure of their assent. Am i not lord and ruler who will venture to refuse me obedience if i command May they gnash their Teeth if they Only a Hall i court the of a multitude whom i despise a a a the multitude is never contemptible Quot returned the Cliance Llor for Only through their strength the ruler becomes great. The most praised Rege Misof All times Only there by reached their Hight and unfading Fame a that they compel ended their nations and employed the disposition of the multitude to reach their objects. Of my King do not in Tho beginning of your reign enter into the hazardous struggle with your people. Consider your great plans do not hem their execution by est ranging the Al sections of those Whoso willing Joyful assistance in Nee Ersary to you. Sacrifice Only this one time your Noble feeling for a Justice which would remain incomprehensible to the people your High projects. Do not conceal from yourself that All now await a decision of mercy that you can not keep it Back without pm battering those hearts which yet beat so warmly for you. Forget not that you have , will fan every spark of into a Bright flame. To Youj High mind fear is unknown you Are certain of your Victory Over All who might Rise against you yet you could not possibly a wish to weaken your strength in an unworthy quarrel. To your grand undertakings the Unity in the realm and Tao for faithful Ness of your subjects is so important that you do not Sac lice too much for it if you direct yourself Aco oiling to the Genera View. I would not without Neoe sity Ofier the advice to give up the hebrew Liose part you with a take As humanity requires it. However they stand , where it concerns the advancing of the of Christ Ianita and the Cifare of your a i Ion. You also Liall not withdraw your Pri Section from them much More Issue a command which will fat a the future place them in safety Only desist from punishing that which has been will they respect this comm my if they see the impunity of Tho pre ent mid cd Quot cried t.-Sbury. Wait not Well Chough known that Tho King had the hebrew project bin do you think that the Kin Mike permit his subjects the most atom ciurus horrors and disgraceful deed which Are caused by their worthless in Tention Only that he not lose their favor Quot about this Cir him it Anees and relations replied the Chancellor a a a rills time we May suppose that the people had misjudged live will of tile King and that it will not be overstepped As it will be ? cd arly and my Noble Earl i defend a bad cause but a Ancec a iry requires to give it a Sli Ripe through which the mildness will be justified. If you support yourself with Law Justice humanity i Grant you fully right however this Lime a Innia ids us co la Ive this it i and . As Osteh in Aluie the single thing must Pori i if the whole , so often in a state the individual Muse fall As a sacrifice to the Genera welfare. As a Mon Isa Cliris Tiad i pity the hebrews if this Fate meets them As Chancellor of my Monarch i will not hesitate to bring it upon them if it is necessary. Go through lond Ltd a Bear the judgments which will resound in your ears and then advise the King to bid do Fiance to the Public opinion. Do you venture to place him at enmity with Bis people will you answer for ail the Conse que Nee it would you ii eap upon the King Tho of a secretly brewing rebellion a shall he again postpone the crusades to Chasi Iso and guard his murmuring subjects shall his Noble life which is devoted to the most glorious deeds Only be dedicated to dissensions with citizens of his realm do you take the response Bijie for All this Well then advise to that sternness which the Law demands. I have nothing More to Quot Well Earl i a began the Queen. A a does this Clear representation of the circumstances appear Correct to you convert you to our opinion Quot a a woe unto us Quot cried Salisbury that we live in a time when Justice must fear to meet the Bead of the audacious murderer Quot a a we not created this time and do not Bear Tho blame of its perverseness Quot rejoined the Chancellor we must take it As we find it before us. When once the advanced humanity will have cleansed itself from the dross of errors and prejudice we will still not be criticized if we succumbed to the circumstances which in was not in our Power to a a supposing that we did not deceive ourselves in our decision and did not too lightly value our Power of permitting that which is recognized As right come into life a Salisbury remarked. Yet May it be i Bow Bertre your deeper penetration. Only i fear that we also will not avoid the in i for tune of losing upon one Side what we have won on the other for will this indulgence not Tipper As a weakness of the a a this we wish to anticipate by giving voluntarily what otherwise would be gained by obstinacy Quot replied Longchamp. A Quot for not Only Are they the citizens who loudly Supplicate mercy for Tho guilty ones also among the warriors the voice is raised in their favor and we can not with safety support strict measures through the Force of oar a a i know nothing further to oppose against you a said Salisbury Quot although my feeling struggles against your grounds ii

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