Sivel gathered these particulars during his stay at Canterbury, regretting the proceedings of Laurentius.
The thirde Laurentius, expressyng the tormentes of Saincte Laurence.
A monk named Laurentius was appointed to instruct the four boys outside the monastery.
Laurentius, who succeeded him, found the labour too great for his weaker hands.
The servants ran away, Augustine and Laurentius cowered down, old Peter alone stood his ground.
Laurentius a mearcode rode-tacen on s blindan eagan, and he rrihte beorhtlice geseah.
They also had a friendly parting from their old teachers, Laurentius and Peter, who gave their blessings.
Laurentius cw, "Nf min niht nane forsworcennysse, ac heo mid beorhtum leohte scin."
Laurentius gravely replied that St. Peter had come down from heaven and scourged him for his intention of leaving England.
Laurentius Gulielmi de Traversagnis de Saona, biographical notice of, 265.