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" ... it is a heartbreak for her to think that he should be her husband, and how to be free of him, she sees no outgate .... I see between them no agreement, nor no appearance that they shall agree well thereafter". "
The Living Age ... - Page 204
by Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell - 1852
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The History of the Reigns of Edward the Sixth, Mary, and Elizabeth, Volume 2

Sharon Turner - Great Britain - 1835
...part, has recompensed her with such ingratitude, and misuses himself so far towards her, that it is ane heart-break for her to think that he should be her husband, AND HOW TO BE FREE OF HIM SHE SEES NO OUT-GAIT.' 80 This was not written at an ordinary moment or upon a common occasion, but is what he,...
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The History of England from the Earliest Period to the Death of Elizabeth ...

Sharon Turner - Great Britain - 1835
...and misuses himself so far towards her, that it is one heart-break for her to think that he should he her husband, AND HOW TO BE FREE OF HIM SHE SEES NO OUT-GAIT.'80 This was not written at an ordinary moment or upon a common occasion, but is what he,...
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The History of England: From the Earliest Period to the Death of ..., Volume 12

Sharon Turner - Great Britain - 1839
...recompensed her with such ingratitude, and misuses himself so far towards her, that it is one heart-breah for her to think that he should be her husband, AND HOW TO BE FREE OF HIM SHE SEES NO OUT-GAIT.'00 This was not written at an ordinary moment or upon a common occasion, but is what he,...
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History of Scotland, Volume 7

Patrick Fraser Tytler - Scotland - 1840
...recompensed her with such ingratitude, and misuses himself so far towards her, that it is a heartbreak to her, to think that he should be her husband, and how to be free of him she has no outgait"' During this alarming sickness, Mary believed herself dying, and an interesting account...
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The Museum of Foreign Literature, Science and Art, Volume 40

Eliakim Littell - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1840
...the king had recompensed her " with such ingratitude," he concludes, " that it is an heart-break to her, to think that he should be her husband, and how to be free of him she Лов по outgait" — (way of escape). From this illness Mary slowly recovered. Soon after, Murray,...
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History of Scotland, Volume 7

Patrick Fraser Tytler - Scotland - 1840
...recompensed her with such ingratitude, and misuses himself so far towards her, that it is a heartbreak to her, to think that he should be her husband, and how to be free of him she has no outgait."1 During this alarming sickness, Mary believed herself dying, and an interesting account...
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History of Scotland [1149-1603], Volume 7

Patrick Fraser Tytler - Scotland - 1842
...recompensed her with such ingratitude, and misuses himself so far towards her, that it is a heartbreak to her to think that he should be her husband, and how to be free of him she has no outgait.?'-fDuring this alarming sickness, Mary believed herself dying, and an interesting account...
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Memoirs of Mary Stuart: Queen of Scotland

Leicester Buckingham, John Leslie - 1844
...intriguer and wily politician declares, with regard to Mary and Darnley, " that it is ane heart break for her to think that he should be her husband, and how to be free of him she sees no outgait."13 But the revolution of time had brought with it a change of the circumstances in which she...
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The history of Mary queen of Scots [tr. by A.R. Scoble].

François Auguste M.A. Mignet - 1851
...and the clear-sighted Lethington describes the true cause of her trouble when he says : " It is an heart-break for her, to think that he should be her husband, and how to be free of him she sees no outlet."f This knowledge of Mary Stuart's private feelings originated a number of fatal ideas in the...
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The Christian Remembrancer, Volume 24

William Scott, Francis Garden, James Bowling Mozley - Christianity - 1852
...Queen's Moss, and that she was accompanied only by ten attendants, who extricated her.' — Vol. ip 17. ' forget the same ; still she repeats these words, —...the Protestation she wrote and sent to the Earls of Huutley and Argyle, to sign at the Westminster Conference. Of course it was written to defend herself...
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