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Emmanuel 2 HENRY VI., iv. 2. 94. Formerly prefixed (from feelings of piety, it would seem) to letters and deeds. “We can refer to one Ms. alone in the British Museum (Add. Mss. 19,400) which contains no less than fourteen private epistles headed ‘Emanewell ’ or ‘Jesus Immanuel’” (STAUNTON) .

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