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" I guess what sight might worke in others. Her hair of itself is black, and yet Mr. Knollys told me that she wears hair of sundry colors. "
Queen Elizabeth and Her Times: A Series of Original Letters, Selected from ... - Page 311
edited by - 1838
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The History of England from the Earliest Period to the Death of Elizabeth ...

Sharon Turner - Great Britain - 1835
...move some to relieve her, and glory joined to gain might stir others to adventure much for her sake. Her hair of itself is black, and yet Mr. Knollys told me that she wears hair of sundry colors. ' In looking upon her cloth of estate I noted this sentence : ' En ma fin, estmon commencement,' which is...
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The History of the Reigns of Edward the Sixth, Mary, and Elizabeth, Volume 2

Sharon Turner - Great Britain - 1835
...move some to relieve her, and glory joined to gain might stir others to adventure much for her sake. Her hair of itself is black, and yet Mr. Knollys told me that she wears hair of sundry colors. ' My lord of Shrewshury is very careful of his charge, buttheqncen over-watches them all, for it is...
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Queen Elizabeth and her times, original letters selected from the private ...

William Cecil (1st baron Burghley.) - 1838
...persuasions to the heart, which ruleth all the reste. Myne owne affection by seeing the Quene's Majestic our soverain is doubled, and thereby I guess what...estate, I noted this sentence embrodred, En ma Jin cut man commence/nenf, which is a ryddil I understande not. The greatest personage in house about her...
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The History of England: From the Earliest Period to the Death of ..., Volume 12

Sharon Turner - Great Britain - 1839
...move some to relieve her, and glory joined to gain might stir others to adventure much for her sake. Her hair of itself is black, and yet Mr. Knollys told me that she wears hair of sundry colo1s. 'In looking upon her cloth of estate I noted this sentence : ' En ma fin, est mon commencement,'...
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Letters of Mary, Queen of Scots: And Documents Connected with Her ..., Volume 2

Mary (Queen of Scots) - Biography & Autobiography - 1842
...persuasions'to the heart, which ruleth all the reste. Myne owne affection by seeing the quene's majestic our soverain is doubled, and thereby I guess what...told me that she wears hair of sundry colors. " In looking upon her cloth of estate,6 1 noted this sentence embroidered, En ma fin est mon commencement,...
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Letters of Mary, Queen of Scots: Now First Published from the ..., Volume 2

Mary (Queen of Scots) - 1845
...affection by seeing the queen's majesty our sovereign is doubled, and thereby I guess what sight might work in others. Her hair of itself is black, and yet Mr. Knollys told me that she wears hair of sundry colours. " In looking upon her cloth of estate2 [canopy], I noted this sentence embroidered, En ma...
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Questions and answers - 1852
...many persuasions to the heart, which ruleth all the reste. Myne owne affection, by seeing the Queue's majestie our Soverain, is doubled, and thereby I guess...others. Her hair of itself is black ;' and yet Mr. Knolljs told me that she wears hair of sundry colors." Id. p. 311. Here we have quite enough to...
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Questions and answers - 1852
...the reste. Myne ownc affection, by seeing the Quene's majestie our Soverain, is doubled, and (hereby I guess what sight might worke in others. Her hair of itself is black; and yet Mr. Knoll; s told me that she wears hair of sundry colors." Id. p. 311. Here we have quite enough to...
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Lives of the Queens of Scotland and English Princesses, Connected ..., Volume 6

Agnes Strickland, Elisabeth Strickland - Princesses - 1856
...own Sovereign had been augmented by the sight of the royal captive, he thus reverts to the latter : " Her hair of itself is black, and yet Mr Knollys told me that she wears hair of sundry colours ; " a piece of information which settles one of the minor subjects of controversy in regard...
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Lives of the Queens of Scotland and English Princesses Connected ..., Volume 6

Agnes Strickland, Elisabeth Strickland - Princes - 1856
...own Sovereign had been augmented by the sight of the royal captive, he thus reverts to the latter: " Her hair of itself is black, and yet Mr Knollys told me that she wears hair of sundry colours ;" a piece of information which settles one of the minor subjects of controversy in regard...
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