... times), got at last to Venice, where he tells them all that was negotiated twixt him and them either by Letters or Ambassadors since he was of any goode remembraunce, and that with so many particulers as are thought infallible testimonies. Works of the Camden Society - Page 401861 - 191 pagesFull view
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Great Britain - 1861 - 191 pages
...Scottish kinge, as it is confessed by some that are taken. Here be many Englishmen come out of Spaine that were delivered at the younge kinges * comming...all to be true that he saith, touching what passed betwenethem in confession, both at other times, and specially the day before the battell. We run away...