Issues of the Exchequer: Being Payments Made Out of His Majesty's Revenue During the Reign of King James I. (Google eBook)

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J. Rodwell, 1836 - Finance, Public - 448 pages
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Page xxi - At their last being at Theobalds, about a fortnight ago, the queen, shooting at a deer, mistook her mark, and killed Jewel, the king's most principal and special hound ; at which he stormed exceedingly awhile ; but after he knew who did it, he was soon pacified, and with much kindness wished her not to be troubled with it, for he should love her never the worse : and the next day sent her a diamond worth two thousand pounds as a legacy from his dead dog.
Page 329 - May, in the sixteenth year of our Reign, of England, France and Ireland; and of Scotland the one and fiftieth.
Page 331 - And these our letters shall be your sufficient warrant and discharge in this behalfe. Given under our Signet at our mannor of Greenewiche. the seavententh day of May in the first yeere of our raigne of England, France, & Ireland, & of Scotland the six & thirtieth. Ex per Lake.
Page 308 - And, of our more special grace, certain knowledge and mere motion, we have given and granted, and by these presents, for us, our heirs and successors, do give and grant, unto the said...
Page 190 - May 1616, to James Mauncy, painter, the sum of £265, in full satisfaction of the charges of painting and gilding of a monument to be erected and set up amongst the rest of His Majesty's most honourable progenitors, within the chapel of the collegiate church of St. Peter, in Westminster, for the memory of His Majesty's most dearly beloved mother, the Lady Mary, late Queen of Scotland.
Page 327 - ... natural and private capacities; and an action of debt may in such case be brought against them, or any of them, their or any of their heirs, executors, or administrators, in any court...
Page 35 - Works," did receive, during the years 1606 and 1607, various sums of money " for the framing, making, erecting, and finishing of a tomb for Queen Mary, late Queen of Scotland . . . according to a Plot thereof drawn " ; and that " William Cure, his Majesty's MasterMason, son and executor under Cornelius Cure...
Page xxv - ... they were struck with the extensive genius of the man, who, being educated amidst naval and military enterprises, had surpassed, in the pursuits of literature, even those of the most recluse and sedentary lives; and they admired his unbroken magnanimity, which, at his age, and under his circumstances, could engage him to undertake and execute so great a work as his History of the World.
Page 329 - Year of our Reign of England, France, and Ireland, and of Scotland the nine and thirtieth.
Page 307 - our High Treasurer of England, to reduce all such papers, as " well those that heretofore remained in the custody of Sir Thomas " Lake, Knight, being the papers of some of the Principal Secre...

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