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John Cassell's Illustrated History of England: From the earliest period to ... - Page 341
by William Howitt, John Cassell - 1857
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A History of England from the First Invasion by the Romans, Volume 3

John Lingard - Great Britain - 1825
...over the And be1ll fate of their prisoner. To a proposal to save his ra< e< life, a voice replied, " You have caught the fox: " if you let him go, you will have to hunt him " again : " and it was ultimately resolved to disregard the capitulation, and to put him to death, in conformity...
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Vestigia anglicana: or, Illustrations of the more interesting and ..., Volume 2

Stephen Reynolds Clarke - Great Britain - 1826
...which took place at Blacklow Hill, near Warwick. To a proposal to save his life, a voice replied, " You have caught the fox, if you let him go you will have to hunt him again." b But the death of Gaveston was afterwards avenged with the blood of his persecutors. F. This execution...
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The History of Pontefract, in Yorkshire

George Fox - Pontefract (England) - 1827 - 366 pages
...his life, seeing that the king would be very grievously vexed at his death ; when a voice replied-, * You have caught the fox, if you let him go, you will have to catch him again ;' and ' an ancient graue man amongst them, exhorted them to vse the occasion now offered,...
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A civil and ecclesiastical history of England, to 1829, Volume 1

C. St. George - History - 1830
...the favourite should feel his teeth." To a proposal to spare his life a voice was heard to exclaim, " You have caught the fox; if you let him go you will have to hunt him again ;" and it was resolved to put him to death. He was "beheaded, and his blood was afterwards avenged...
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The History of England, Volume 1

Sir James Mackintosh, William Wallace, Robert Bell - Great Britain - 1830
...Dog of Arden." A council was held at Warwick castle to deliberate on his fate. A voice decided it : " You have caught the fox; if you let him go, you will have to hunt him again," said one whose name has not descended to us. The barons disregarded the capitulation. The minion was...
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The history of England...By the Right Hon. Sir James Mackintosh

Sir James Mackintosh - History - 1836
...165. Q of Arden." A cotmcil was held at Warwick castle to deliberate on his fate. A voice decided it: "You have caught the fox ; if you let him go, you will have to hunt him again," said one whose name has not descended to us. The barons disregarded the capitulation. The minion was...
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A history of England from the first invasion by the Romans (to the ...

John Lingard - 1837
...sate in council over the fate of their prisoner. To a proposal to save his life, a voice replied, " you have caught the fox : if you let him go, you will " have to hunt him again :" and it was ultimately resolved to disregard the capitulation, and to put him to death, in conformity...
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The history of England, Volume 1

Thomas Keightley - 1839
...confederate lords sat in council ; it was proposed to spare his life, but one of the party observed, " You have caught the fox ; if you let him go you will have to hunt him again." His death was resolved on ; in vain he threw himself at the feet of Lancaster and implored for mercy;...
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The pictorial history of England: being, a history of the people ..., Volume 2

George Lillie Craik, Charles MacFarlane - History - 1841
...made, or a hint was offered, that no blood should be shed ; but a voice rung through the hall, " You have caught the fox ; if you let him go you will have to hunt him again." This death-note had its effect ; the capitulation of Scarborough was foully disregarded, and it was...
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The cabinet history of England: being an abridgment, by the ..., Volumes 3-4

Charles MacFarlane - Great Britain - 1845
...made, or a hint was offered, that no blood should be shed ; but a voice rung through the hall, " You have caught the fox ; if you let him go you will have to hunt him again." This death-note had its effect ; the capitulation of Scarborough was foully disregarded, and it was...
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