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by Matthew Paris

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From the time of his creation to the twentieth year of his abbacy [1255], when this page is being written by Brother Matthew Paris, who does not presume to lay down the law about the future, Abbot John never dissipated the possessions or goods of his church for the love or friendship of relatives, kinsmen or compatriots, which can truthfully be said of none, or at least few, of his predecessors.
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based on Corpus Christi College ms. 16
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Observations of Thirteenth-Century life

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