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" I charge you place this most just thought, that I cannot balance in any weight of my judgment the value that I prize you at, and suppose no treasures to countervail such a faith. "
Letters of Mary, Queen of Scots: Now First Published from the Originals ... - Page 234
by Mary (Queen of Scots) - 1845
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A General History of Scotland: From the Earliest Accounts to the ..., Volume 8

William Guthrie - Scotland - 1768
...(troubles write over head) and rejoice your heart. And (which I charge you to carry this moft juft thought) that I cannot balance, in any weight of my judgment, the value I prize you at : and fuppofe no treafure to countervail fuch a faith ; and condemn myfelf in, that...
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Memoirs of the Court of Queen Elizabeth ...

Lucy Aikin - Great Britain - 1818
...crafty a charge ; it would ease your troubles and rejoice your heart. And (which I charge you to carry this most just thought) that I cannot balance in any weight of my judgement the value I prize you at: And suppose no treasure to countervail such a faith : And condemn...
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Annals of the Reformation and Establishment of Religion, and Other Various ...

John Strype - Reformation - 1824
...your travel, [troubles writ " over head,] and rejoice your heart. And (which I charge " you to carry this most just thought) that I cannot balance " in any weight of my judgment the value I prize you at; " and suppose no treasure to countervail such a faith : and " condemn myself in that...
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Historical and Biographical Works: Annals of the reformation. 1824 [v.8-13 ...

John Strype - 1824
...your travel, [troubles writ " over head,] and rejoice your heart. And (which I charge " you to carry this most just thought) that I cannot balance " in any weight of my judgment the value I prize you at; " and suppose no treasure to countervail such a faith : and " condemn myself in that...
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The Love Letters of Mary, Queen of Scots, to James, Earl of Bothwell, with ...

Mary (Queen of Scots), Esq. Hugh Campbell - 1825
...and rejoyce your heart : in which I charge you carry this most instant thought, that 1 cannot halance in any weight of my judgment, the value that I prize you at, and suppose no treasure can countervail such a faith, and shall condemn me in that fault, that yet I never committed, if I...
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The History of England, from the First Invasion by the Romans, Volume 8

John Lingard - Great Britain - 1825
...performed " in so dangerous and crafty a charge, it would ease your travel. " and rejoice your heart, in that I cannot balance in any weight of " my judgment, the value that I prize you t : and suppose no " treasure to countervail such a faith: and shall condemn myself " in that fault...
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Constable's miscellany of original and selected publications

Constable and co, ltd - 1828
...would ease your travail, and rejoice your heart ; in which I charge you to carry this most instant thought, that I cannot balance in any weight of my...value that I prize you at, and suppose no treasure can countervail such a faith. And you shall condemn me in that fault that yet I never commit. it. Walsingham...
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Life of Mary queen of Scots, Volume 2

Henry Glassford Bell - 1831
...would ease your travail, and rejoice your heart ; in which I charge you to carry this most instant thought, that I cannot balance in any weight of my...value that I prize you at, and suppose no treasure can countervail such a faith. And you shall condemn me in that fault that yet I never committed, iff...
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Lives of the queens of England, from the Norman conquest. By A. [and E ...

Agnes Strickland, Elizabeth Strickland - History - 1840
...faultless actions, your wise orders and safe regard, performed in so dangerous and crafty a charge, it would ease your travails and rejoice your heart,...judgment the value that I prize you at, and suppose no treasures to countervail such a faith. If I reward not such deserts, let me lack when I have most need...
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Memoirs of Mary Stuart, queen of Scotland, Volume 2

Leicester Silk Buckingham - 1844
...faultless actions, your wise orders and safe regard, performed in so dangerous and crafty a charge, it would ease your travails and rejoice your heart;...cannot balance in any weight of my judgment, the value I prize you at; and suppose no treasure to countervail such a faith. If I reward not such deserts,...
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