Whipple, on an affectation of dignity, 67;of the mother of thomas becket, 212.
The arm of St. thomas becket is the chief "relic" preserved here.
These windows represent the miracles of St. thomas becket between the years 1220 and 1240.
Among the many other relics preserved here are two little bags of the brains of St. thomas becket.
The life of thomas becket, and his tragic death, have furnished themes for many noble contributions to English literature.
Perhaps the chapter of English history fullest of romantic interest, is that containing the life of thomas becket.
In the early years of his reign his chief friend and servant was thomas becket, who was a clever and handsome man.
thomas becket (says his historian Fitz-Stephen) gave 5, equivalent to 75 at present, for one dish of eels.
Talking of thomas becket, rather a curious story has been told to me, which I give for what it is worth.
It was reckoned an extraordinary luxury for thomas becket to have his parlour strewed every day with clean rushes.