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Letters of Mary, Queen of Scots: Now First Published from the Originals ... - Page 375
by Mary (Queen of Scots) - 1845
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 101

Literary Criticism - 1867
...left the following remarkable account of the woman with whom he was thus called upon to deal : " This lady and princess is a notable woman. She seemeth to regard no ceremonious honour besides the acknowledgment of her estate -royal. She showeth a disposition to speak much, to be bold,...
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Memoirs of the life of Mary Queen of Scots, Volume 2

Elizabeth Benger - 1823
...; she " seemeth to regard no ceremonious honor, " besides the acknowledging of her estate " royal ; she sheweth a disposition to speak " much, to be bold,...pleasant, and to " be very familiar ; she sheweth a very great " desire to be avenged of her enemies ; she " shewettTlr readiness to expose herself to...
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Memoirs of the life of Mary queen of Scots

Elizabeth Ogilvie Benger - 1823
...; she " seemeth to regard no ceremonious honor, " besides the acknowledging of her estate " royal ; she sheweth a disposition to speak " much, to be bold,...pleasant, and to " be very familiar ; she sheweth a very great " desire to be avenged of her enemies ; she " sheweth a readiness to expose herself to all...
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Memoirs of the life of Mary Queen of Scots, Volume 2

Elizabeth Benger - Biography - 1823
...ceremonious " honour, besides the acknowledging of " her estate royal, she sheweth a dispo" sition to speak much; to be bold, to " be pleasant, and to be very familiar ; " she sheweth a very great desire to be " avenged of her enemies ; she sheweth a " readiness to expose herself to all...
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Mary, queen of Scots: her persecutions, sufferings, and trials

1826
...seemeth to regard no ceremonious honour besides the acknowledging of her estate royal; she showeth a disposition to speak much; to be bold, to be pleasant, and to be very familiar; she showeth a very great desire to be avenged of her enemies; she showeth a readiness to expose herself...
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The anniversary calendar, natal book, and universal mirror

Anniversary calendar - 1832
...Aaron Hill, 1750. Abbey. Caspar de Real, 1752. d. Paris. William Mitford, 1827. Exbury. She showeth a disposition to speak much, to be bold, to be pleasant, and to be very familiar. She delighteth to hear of hardiness and valiance ; commending by name all approved hardy men of her country,...
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The Life of Sir Edward Coke, Lord Chief Justice of England in the ..., Volume 2

Cuthbert William Johnson - Great Britain - 1837
...to Sir Robert Cecil, written by Sir Francis Knollys, dated Carlisle, llth June, 1568. " Shesheweth a disposition to speak much, to be bold, to be pleasant,...sheweth a great desire to be avenged of her enemies, and a readiness to expose herself to all perils in hopes of victory. She desireth much to hear of hardiness...
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The History of the Reigns of Edward the Sixth, Mary, and Elizabeth, Volume 2

Sharon Turner - Great Britain - 1835
...their ball occasioning their fair play.' Lett. 15th June, MS. Hi it. Mas. cited by Chalm. p. 448. 0 ' This lady and princess is a notable woman. She seemeth to regard no ceremonious honor beside the acknowleging of her estate royal. She show eth a disposition to speak much ; to be...
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The History of England from the Earliest Period to the Death of Elizabeth ...

Sharon Turner - Great Britain - 1835
...myself, I would say of myself to her, [Elizabeth,] and to none other.' Her lett. of 14 June, p. 87. 9 ' This lady and princess is a notable woman. She seemeth to regard no ceremonious honor beside the acknowleging of her estate royal. She showeth a disposition to speak much ; to be...
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The History of England: From the Earliest Period to the Death of ..., Volume 12

Sharon Turner - Great Britain - 1839
...myself, I would say of myself to her, [Elizabeth,] and to none other.' Her lett. of 14 June, p. 87. 9 ' This lady and princess is a notable woman. She seemeth to regard no ceremonious honor beside the acknowleging of her estate royal. She showeth a disposition to speak much ; to be...
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