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" Provost and town of Edinburgh having understood this tumult in our palace caused ring their common bell, came to us in great number, and desired to have seen our presence, and communed with us ; and to have known our welfare ; to whom we were not permitted... "
Letters of Mary, Queen of Scots: And Documents Connected with Her Personal ... - Page 276
by Mary (Queen of Scots) - 1842
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Memoirs of the life of Mary Queen of Scots, Volume 2

Elizabeth Benger - Biography - 1823
...state, was moved with natural affection towards us ; upon the morn he assembled • The Queen adds : " The Provost and town of Edinburgh having understood...should cut us in collops, and cast us over the walls." But this charge is disclaimed by Lord Ruthven. 249 the enterprizers of the late crime, and such of...
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Memoirs of the life of Mary queen of Scots

Elizabeth Ogilvie Benger - 1823
...not permitted to give answer, being " extremely bosted by their lords, who in our face de" clared, if we desired to have spoken them, they should " cut us in collops, and cast us over the walls." But this charge is disclaimed by Lord Ruthven. L 2 147 " council they thought it most expedient we...
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Memoirs of the life of Mary Queen of Scots, Volume 2

Elizabeth Benger - 1823
...not permitted to give answer, being " extremely bosted by their lords, who in our face de" clared, if we desired to have spoken them, they should " cut us in collops, and cast us over the walls." But this charge is disclaimed by Lord Ruthven. " council they thought it most expedient we " should...
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Mary, queen of Scots: her persecutions, sufferings, and trials

1826
...welfare; to whom we were not permitted to give answer, -being extremely bosted [threatened] by these Lords, who in our face declared, if we desired to...Earl of Murray, that same day at even, accompanied hy the Earl of Rothes, Pitarraw, Grange, and others, came to us, and seeing our state, was moved with...
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Life of Mary, queen of Scots [by J. Grant].

James Grant - 1828
...means, with the Lords Fleming and Livingston, obtained deliverance." " Our brother," Mary proceeds, " the Earl of Murray, that same day at even, accompanied by the Earl of Rothes, Pittarow, Grange, and others, came to us, and seeing our state, was moved with natural affection towards...
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Memoirs of Mary Stuart, queen of Scotland

Leicester Buckingham - 1844
...an opinion to a Christian reader; but the general (23) Keith, 333, App. 130. (24) Ibid. 332. (25) " The Provost and town of Edinburgh, having understood...should cut us in collops, and cast us over the walls." —Mary, apxid Str. Letters of Mary, II. 276. feeling regarding which, among the Scotch protestant...
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Memoirs of Mary Stuart: Queen of Scotland

Leicester Buckingham, John Leslie - 1844
...and to have known our welfare ; to whom we were not permitted to give answer, being extremely hosted by their Lords, who, in our face declared if we desired...should cut us in collops, and cast us over the walls." —Mary, apud Str. Letters of Mary, II. 276. feeling regarding which, among the Scotch protestant party,...
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Lettres, instructions et mémoires de Marie Stuart, reine d'Écosse, Volume 1

Mary (Queen of Scots) - Queens - 1844
...our welfare : to whom we was not permitted to give answer, being extreamly bosted by thir lords, wo in our face declared, if we desired to have spoken...should cut us in collops, and cast us over the walls. So this community being commanded by our husband, retired them to quietness. All that night we were...
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Letters of Mary, Queen of Scots: Now First Published from the ..., Volume 1

Mary (Queen of Scots) - Queens - 1845 - 435 pages
...of God, the Earls of Bothwell and Huntly escaped at a back window by some cords ; the conspirators took some fear, and thought themselves disappointed...should cut us in collops, and cast us over the walls." was moved with natural affection towards us ; upon the morn he assembled the enterprizers of the late...
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History of the abbey and palace of Holyrood

Duncan Anderson (pub.) - 1849 - 192 pages
...whom," she says, " we was not permitted to give answer, being extremely bosted [threatened] by thir Lords, who, in our face, declared, if we desired to...they should cut us in collops and cast us over the walls."f Darnley appeared for her, assured the Provost and his party that the Queen was safe, and commanded...
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