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Letters of Mary, Queen of Scots: Now First Published from the Originals ... - Page 364
by Mary (Queen of Scots) - 1845
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The history of Scotland, during the reigns of Queen Mary and King ..., Volume 2

William Robertson, Dugald Stewart - Scotland - 1811
...the cabinet there cometh in the king and lord Ruthen, who willed David to come forth, saying, that was no place for him, The queen said, that it was her will. Her howsbund answerde, that yc was against her honour. The lord Ruthen said, that he should leme better...
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The history of Scotland, during the reigns of queen Mary and of king James ...

William Robertson, Dugald Stewart - 1817
...Into the cabinet there cometh in the king and lord Ruthen, who willed David to come forth, saying that was no place for him. The queen said, that it was her will. Her hoWshand answerede, that yt was against her honour. The lord Huthen said, that he should lerne better...
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The History of Scotland, Volume 3

William Robertson - 1817
...the cabinet there cometh in the King and Lord Ruthen, who willed David to come forth, saying, that was no place for him. The Queen said, that it was her will. Her howsband answerede, that yŁ was against her honour. The Lord Ruthen said, that he should lerne better...
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The Works of William Robertson ...: History of Scotland

William Robertson, Dugald Stewart - America - 1817
...the cabinet there cometh in the King and Lord Ruthen, who willed David to come forth, saying, that was no place for him. The Queen said, that it was her will. Her howsband answerede, that yl was against her honour. The Lord Ruthen said, that he should lerne better...
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The works of William Robertson, D.D. ...: To which is prefixed an ..., Volume 3

William Robertson, Alexander Stewart - History - 1818
...the cabinet there cometh in the King and Lord Ruthen, who willed David to come forth, saying, that was no place for him. The Queen said, that it was her will. Her howsband an•swerede, that y* was against her honour. The Lord Rur then said, that he should lerne...
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The works of William Robertson, D.D., with an account of his life and writings

William Robertson - 1824
...the cabinet there coraeth in the king and lord Ruthen, who willed David to come forth, saying, that was no place for him. The queen said, that it was her will. Her howsband answerede, that y' was against her honour. The lord Ruthen said, that he should lerne better...
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Works: The history of Scotland. The history of Scotland.- v. 3-5. The ...

William Robertson - America - 1825
...the cabinet there cometh in the king and lord Ruthen, who willed David to come forth, saying, that was no place for him. The queen said, that it was her will. Her howsband answerede, that y' was against her honour. The lord Ruthen then said, that he should lerne...
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Historical Memoirs of the House of Russell: From the Times of the ..., Volume 1

Jeremiah Holmes Wiffen - 1833 - 604 pages
...and a table, at the which there were sitting, at the supper, the queen, the Lady Argyle, and David, with his cap upon his head. Into the cabinet there...answered, that it was against her honour. The Lord Ruthven then said, that he should learn better his duty, and, offering to have taken him by the arm, David...
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The Monthly Review

Books - 1833
...report, which was sent to Elizabeth, we take the following brief description of the catastrophe itself: Into the cabinet there cometh in the King and Lord...answered, that it was against her honour. The Lord Uuthven then said, that he should learn better his duty, and, offering to have taken him by the arm,...
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The History of Scotland, and an Historical Disquisition Concerning Ancient India

William Robertson - 1835 - 695 pages
...the cabinet there cometh in the king and Lord I '. . r ! who willed David to come forth, saying, that was no place for him. The queen said, that it was her will. Her howsband answerede, that y1 was against her honour. The lord Rulheu then said, that he should lerno...
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