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" I have nothing for you, I am a beggar as well as you, all is taken from me. "
Letters of Mary, Queen of Scots: And Documents Connected with Her Personal ... - Page 325
by Mary (Queen of Scots) - 1842
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The Life of Mary, Queen of Scots: Drawn from the State Papers, Volume 1

George Chalmers - 1818
...to Chartley ; as she left Tixhall, she said to the poor people, who were assembled about the door: " I have nothing for you ; I am a beggar, as well " as you ; all is taken from me." When she came up to the gentlemen, she said, weeping : " Good gentlemen, I am not privy to any thing...
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Contributions to Modern History from the British Museum and the State Paper ...

Friedrich von Raumer - Great Britain - 1836 - 464 pages
...Chartley* : " As Mary" (on her return from this place) " was coming out of Sir Walter Aston's gate, she said with a loud voice, weeping, to some poor...you; all is taken from me.' And when she came to the gentleman, she said, weeping, ' Good God ! I am not witting or privy to anything intended against the...
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A History of England: From the First Invasion by the Romans, Volume 5

John Lingard - Great Britain - 1840
...Aug. 28. partake of her usual bounty, "alas," she said to them with tears, " I have nothing lo give you. I am a beggar as well as you. All is " taken from me." When she entered her former apartment, anil saw her cabinets opened, and her seals and papers gone,...
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Memoirs of Mary Stuart, queen of Scotland, Volume 2

Leicester Silk Buckingham - 1844
...been present vividly to her mind; for, bursting into tears, "Alas!" she said, " I have nothing to give you; I am a beggar as well as you; all is taken from me;" but when she reached her former prison, and saw that her cabinets had been rifled and her papers conveyed...
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A history of England from the first invasion by the Romans (to the ...

John Lingard - 1847
...expecting to partake of her usual bounty, " alas," she said to them with tears, " I have nothing to give " you. I am a beggar as well as you. All is taken " from me." When she entered her former apartment, and saw her cabinets opened, and her seals and papers gone,...
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The Castles, Palaces, and Prisons of Mary of Scotland

Charles Mackie - Architecture - 1850 - 488 pages
...August, at the gate of which mansion she addressed the poor people who had assembled around : " Alas ! I have nothing for you ; I am a beggar as well as you ; all is taken from me ;" and when she joined her conductors, she burst into tears and said, " Good gentlemen, I am not privy to anything...
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A HISOTRY OF ENGLAND FROM THE FIRST INVASION BY THE ROMANS TO THE ACCESSION ...

JOHN LIMGARD - 1855
...to par- 28. take of her usual bounty, "Alas!" she said to them, with tears, " I have nothing to give you. I am a " beggar, as well as you. All is taken from me." "When she entered her former apartment, and saw her cabinets opened, and her seals and papers gone,...
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Popular history of England, Volume 3

Charles Knight - Great Britain - 1857
...Ranmcr, p. 815. 1586.] ALLEGED COMPLICITY OF MARY IN THE PLOT. 189 out of sir Walter Aston's gate, she said with a loud voice, weeping, to some poor...; all is taken from me.' And. when she came to the gentleman, she said, weeping, ' Good God ; I am not witting or privy to anything intended against the...
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History of England from the Fall of Wolsey to the Death of Elizabeth, Volume 12

James Anthony Froude - Great Britain - 1870
...of Tixall as she passed through. ' I have ' nothing for you,' she cried in a loud voice to them ; ' I am a beggar as well as you ; all is taken from me.' ' Good gentlemen,' she said, weeping, to the escort which formed round her, ' I am not witting or privy...
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A History of England, Volume 13

John Lingard - Great Britain - 1860
...psir- 28. take of her usual bounty, "Alas!" she said to them, with tears, " I have nothing to give you. I am a "beggar, as well as you. All is taken from me." When she entered her former apartment, and saw her cabinets opened, and her seals and papers gone,...
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