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" Majesty, which being given to me by the said persons, as God shall be my judge, was no other than these words, " Schaw to the Earl Morton that the Queen will hear no speech of that matter appointed unto him... "
The works of William Robertson, D.D., with an account of his life and writings - Page 424
by William Robertson - 1824
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The history of Scotland, during the reigns of queen Mary and of ..., Volume 2

William Robertson - 1771
...majefty, which being given to me by the faid perfons, as God (hall be my judge, was no other than thefe words, " Schaw to the " earl Morton that the queen will hear no fpeech of that matter appointed unto " him;" when I crafit that the anfwer might be made more fenfible,...
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The History of Scotland During the Reigns of Queen Mary and of ..., Volume 2

William Robertson - 1794
...majefty, which being given to me by the faid perfons, as God (hall be my judge, was no other than thefe words, " Schaw to the ' earl Morton that the queen will hear no fpeech of that <c matter appointed unto him :" when I crafit that the anfwer might be made more fenfible,...
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The history of Scotland: from the union of the crowns on the ..., Volume 2

Malcolm Laing - Scotland - 1804
...Edenburghj and to return with such answer as they should obtain of your majesty, which being given to me by the said persons, as God shall be my judge, was...will hear no speech of that matter appointed unto him j" when I crafit that the answer might be made more sensible, secretary Ledington said, that the earl...
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The History of Scotland: From the Union of the Crowns on the ..., Volume 1

Malcolm Laing - Scotland - 1804
...Bothwell and Lethington back to Edinburgh, and returned with a verbal message from the latter : *' Shaw to the ** Earl Morton, that the queen will hear no speech ** of that matter appointed unto him**." As the letter is obviously framed to attest his own innocence, so the message is couched by Douglas...
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The history of Scotland, during the reigns of Queen Mary and King ..., Volume 2

William Robertson, Dugald Stewart - Scotland - 1811
...Edinburgh, and to return with such answer as they should obtain of your majesty, which being given to me by the said persons, as God shall be my judge, was no other than these words," Schaw " to the carl Morton that the queen will hear no speech of that " matter appointed unto him :" when I crafit...
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The Works of William Robertson ...: History of Scotland

William Robertson, Dugald Stewart - America - 1817
...Edenburgh, and to return with such answer as they should obtain of Your Majesty, which being given to me by the said persons, as God shall be my judge, was...Morton that the Queen, will hear no speech of that mat" ter appointed unto him :" when I crafit that the answer might be made more sensible, Secretary...
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The History of Scotland, Volume 3

William Robertson - 1817
...Edenburgh, and to return with such answer as they should obtain of Your Majesty, which being given to me by the said persons, as God shall be my judge, was...Morton that the Queen will hear no speech of that mut" ter appointed unto him :" when I crafit that the answer might be made more sensible, Secretary...
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The history of Scotland, during the reigns of queen Mary and of king James ...

William Robertson, Dugald Stewart - 1817
...said persons, as God lial. be my judge, was no other than these wards, 4' Schaw to the earl of fcorton that the queen will hear no " speech of that matter appointed unto him :" when I erafit that the answer might be made mere sensible, secretary Ledington said, that the earl would sufficiently...
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Mary, queen of Scots: her persecutions, sufferings, and trials

1826
...return such answer as they should obr tain of your Majesty, which (answer) being given me by these persons, as God shall be my judge, was no other than these words: ' Show to the Earl of Morton that the Queen will hear no speech of that matter appointed unto him.'...
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The History of Scotland, and an Historical Disquisition Concerning Ancient India

William Robertson - Scotland - 1828 - 695 pages
...Edeuburgh, and to return with such answer as they should obtain of your majesty, which being given to me by the said persons, as God shall be my judge, was...the earl Morton that the queen will hear no speech ofthat matter appointed unto him ;" wheulcrafitthat the answer might be made more sensible, secretary...
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