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Quis contra nos?

Who is against us?

Saint Paul, en l’isle de Malte fut mordu d’un Vipe- [M]
re: ce neanmoins (quoy que les Barbares du lieu le cui-
dassent autrement) ne valut pis de la morsure, secouant
de sa main la Beste dens le feu: car veritablement
qui Dieu veut ayder, il n’y ha rien qui puisse nuire.

[Marginalia - link to text]Aus Actes 28.


1. This emblem featured in the trial of the Earl of Arundel, in relation to the suspected treason of Mary, Queen of Scots. cf. Michael Bath.

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