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" The 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... "
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 Mary Stuart: Queen of Scotland

Leicester Buckingham, John Leslie - 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...were not permitted to give answer, being extremely hosted by their Lords, who, in our face declared if we desired to have spoken them, they should cut...
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Lettres, instructions et mémoires de Marie Stuart, reine d'Écosse, Volume 1

Mary (Queen of Scots) - Queens - 1844
...by some other means, Avith the lords Fleming and Levingston, obteined deliverance of their invasion. The provost and town of Edinburgh having understood...great number, and desired to have seen our presence, intercomoned with us, and to have known our welfare : to whom we was not permitted to give answer,...
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Lettres, instructions et mémoires de Marie Stuart, reine d'Écosse, Volume 1

Mary (Queen of Scots) - Queens - 1844
...by some other means , with the lords Fleming and Levingston, obteincd deliverance of their invasion. The provost and town of Edinburgh having understood...their common bell, came to us in great number, and de- sired to have seen our presence, intercomoned with us, and to have known our welfare : to whom...
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The Life of Mary Queen of Scots

Phineas Camp Headley - History - 1853 - 448 pages
...deliverance. The provost and town of Edinburgh having understood this tumult in our palace, caused to ring their common bell, came to us in great number,...to whom we were not permitted to give answer, being rxtremely boasted by their lords, who in our face declared, if we desired to have spoken them, they...
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The Life of Mary Queen of Scots

Phineas Camp Headley - 1853 - 448 pages
...The Earl of Athol and Sir James Balfour, by some other means, with the Lords Fleming and Livingston, obtained deliverance. The provost and town of Edinburgh...having understood this tumult in our palace, caused to ring their common bell, came to us in great number, and desired to have seen our presence, and communed...
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Popular history of England, Volume 3

Charles Knight - Great Britain - 1857
...Melvil, who also escaped. The concluding scene of that Saturday night is thus described by the queen : " The provost and town of Edinburgh having understood...great number, and desired to have seen our presence, intcrcommuned with us, and to have known our welfare." But she was prevented speaking with these anxious...
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Bothwell: A Poem. In Six Parts

William Edmondstoune Aytoun - Poetry - 1856 - 267 pages
...by some other means, with the Lords Fleming and Livingston, obtained deliverance of their invasion. The provost and town of Edinburgh having understood...great number, and desired to have seen our presence, intercommuiied with us, and to have known our welfare : so when we was not permitted to give answer,...
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Bothwell, a poem

William Edmondstoune Aytoun - 1857
...by some other means, with the Lords Fleming and Livingston, obtained deliverance of their invasion. The provost and town of Edinburgh having understood this tumult in our palace, Q caused ring their common bell, come to us in great number, and desired to have seen our presence,...
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Bothwell: A Poem in Six Parts

William Edmondstoune Aytoun - 1858 - 334 pages
...by some other means, with the Lords Fleming and Livingston, obtained deliverance of their invasion. The provost and town of Edinburgh having understood...tumult in our palace, caused ring their common bell, come to us in great number, and desired to have seen our presence, intercommuned with us, and to have...
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Mary Stuart, Her Guilt Or Innocence: An Inquiry Into the Secret History of ...

Alexander M'Neel-Caird - Scotland - 1866 - 271 pages
...Balfour by some other means with the lords Fleming and Levingston obteined deliverance of their invasion. The provost and town of Edinburgh having understood...great number, and desired to have seen our presence, intercomoned with us, and to have known our welfare, to whom we was not permitted to give answer, being...
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