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65. Him [[deletion]] the [[/deletion]] Lord of Ireland, the conquest of which Country He would have compleated, had it not been for His domestik troubles; He afterwards procur'd the Popes consent to appoint His Successor; preferr'd His interest in every thing to his own, in return for all which John abandon'd Him in the greatest necessity: Thus perish'd the broken heart of the greatest Prince England had seen since the Conquest; He had a great sweetness & compassion in his temper, good nature, Polite, & Affable, great natural parts improv'd by an unusual share of learning, delighting in the Company of learned Men, & proseuching His studys through His whole Reign; He exercis'd great Charity to the Poor, asigning the tenth part of His Household provisions for them, He had great natural courage & intrepidity with great Military