And, being all done, the king said, now his heart was at ease. Xow, how he should be eased by the devil, or so well satisfied with a false joy, I cannot tell ; but this I know, that it was a very wicked and ungodly action, as well in his majesty as theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Letterpress The Crisis; or, The change from error and misery to truth and happiness, ed. by R. Owen|
|Author||:||Crisis and national co-operative trades' union gazette|