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" Majesty's departure was so deep in many hearts that they could not so suddenly show any great joy; though it could not be less than exceeding great for the succession of so worthy a King. And at night they showed it by bonfires and ringing. No tumult... "
Diary of John Manningham: Of the Middle Temple, and of Bradbourne, Kent ... - Page xiv
by John Manningham - 1868 - 188 pages
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New Illustrations of the Life, Studies, and Writings of Shakespeare, Volume 2

Joseph Hunter - 1845
...great for the succession of so worthy a king ; and at night they shewed it by bonefires and ringing. No tumult, no contradiction, no disorder in the city...securely as though there had been no change, nor any news ever heard of competitors. God be thanked our King hath his right ; magna verilas, et prafalebit. Doubtless...
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The Letters and the Life of Francis Bacon Including All His ..., Volume 3

Francis Bacon - Great Britain - 1868
...King. And at night they showed it by bonfires and ringing. No tumult; no contradiction; no disorders in the city : every man went about his business as...securely, as though there had been no change, nor any news ever heard of competitors."1 Nor did this outward calm in any respect belie the fact. And yet to statesmen...
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The Letters and the Life of Francis Bacon Including All His ..., Volume 3

Francis Bacon, James Spedding - Great Britain - 1868
...King. And at night they showed it by bonfires and ringing. No tumult; no contradiction; no disorders in the city : every man went about his business as...readily, as peaceably, as securely, as though there hnd been no change, nor any news ever heard of competitors." i Nor did this outward calm in any...
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An Account of the Life and Times of Francis Bacon, Volume 1

James Spedding - Great Britain - 1878
...King. And at night they showed it by bonfires and ringing. No tumult ; no contradiction ; no disorders in the city ; every man went about his business as...securely, as though there had been no change, nor any news ever heard of competitors." Nor did this outward calm in any respect belie the fact. And yet to statesmen...
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The Letters and the Life of Francis Bacon: Including All His ..., Volume 3

Francis Bacon - Philosophy, English - 1868
...King. And at night they showed it by bonfires and ringing. No tumult; no contradiction; no disorders in the city : every man went about his business as...securely, as though there had been no change, nor any news ever heard of competitors."1 Nor did this outward calm in any respect belie the fact. And yet to statesmen...
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The Cambridge Modern History, Volume 3

John Emerich Edward Dalberg Acton Baron Acton - History, Modern - 1905
...Prognostications of intestine strife seemed at once confuted. No tumult followed, no contradiction, no disorders ; every man went about his business as readily, as peaceably, as securely, as though there had been no change. The net result of the forty-four years of the Queen's reign thus appeared to have set the monarchical...
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Shakespeare: The Evidence: Unlocking the Mysteries of the Man and His Work

Ian Wilson - Biography & Autobiography - 1999 - 512 pages
...Cheapside, and at Cornhill, and finally at the Tower, as noted by diarist Sir Roger Wilbraham it provoked 'no tumult, no contradiction, no disorder in the City; every man went about his business as readily, as peacably, as securely as though there had been no change . . . the people . . . finding the fear of...
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