Lives of the queens of England, from the Norman conquest. By A. [and E.] Strickland (Google eBook)

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1851
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Page 470 - Elizabeth by the Grace of God Queen of England France and Ireland Defender of the Faith &c.
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Page 274 - Another time, lady Elizabeth heard the master key unlock ; and knowing my lord-admiral would come in, ran out of her bed to her maidens, and then went behind the curtain of her bed, and my lord, tarried a long time in hopes she would come out.
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Page 377 - Hampton me taught to wish her first for mine, And Windsor, alas, doth chase me from her sight. Her...
Page 273 - Chelsea, after my lord Thomas Seymour was married to the queen, he would come many mornings into the said lady Elizabeth's chamber before she were ready, and sometimes before she did rise, and if she were up he would bid her good morrow, and ax how she did. and strike her on the back familiarly, and so go forth to his chamber, and sometimes go through to her maidens and play with them.
Page 55 - How say you, my lord, is it not as I told you ? Say what they will, she is nothing fair ; her person is well and seemly, but nothing else.
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