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" After my hartie comendacons,I have perceived by my brother that you will not be here at Byssham this Christemas, but as gest [guest-] wise ; and that my Lady will not then be here with you "
The Life and Times of Sir Thomas Gresham: Comp. Chiefly from His ... - Page 246
by John William Burgon - 1839 - 491 pages
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The life and times of sir Thomas Gresham

Burgon John William, Thomas Gresham (sir.) - History - 1839
...right worshipfull and my very frend, Sir William Cecill, knight." [Endorsed by Cecil, " 22 Nov. 1557;" but Tuesday was the 23rd.] " After my hartie comendacons,I...; and that my Lady will not then be here with you j all whiche I knowe doth come of my Lady, bycause she cannot leave litell Tannikyn, her doughter....
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England Under the Reigns of Edward VI. and Mary: With the ..., Volume 2

Patrick Fraser Tytler - Great Britain - 1839
...SIR WILLIAM CECIL. Orig. ST. P. OFF. Domestic. Nov. 30, 1557. " AFTER my hearty commendations. I have perceived by my brother that you will not be here at Bysham this Christmas but as guest-wise, and that my Lady will not then he here with you ; all which...
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The Works of William Shakspeare: The Text Formed from an Intirely ..., Volume 3

William Shakespeare - 1842
...VI. and Mary," Vol. ii. p. 494, where Sir P. Hoby says to Sir W. Cecil, under date of Nov. 1557, " I have perceived by my brother that you will not be here at Bysham this Christmas but as guest-wise." It is " </est-wise " in the original MS., and Mr. Lemon apprehends,...
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