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" Lo! you may see how a nobleman's son can use himself, and how he putteth off his cap to poor men: our Lord bless him.' This passage the recorder wrote in a letter to his father, adding, 'Your lordship hath cause to thank God for so virtuous a child. "
Queen Elizabeth and Her Times: A Series of Original Letters, Selected from ... - Page 188
edited by - 1838
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Antiquities of the inns of court and chancery: containing historical and ...

William Herbert, Sir William Dugdale - Inns of Chancery - 1804 - 377 pages
...to poor men : our Lord bless him. This passage the recorder wrote in letter to his father, adding, ' Your lordship hath * cause to thank God for so virtuous a child'." Lord chief justice Sanders, who succeeded sir Francis Pemberton, chief justice in l68I, received the...
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The American Jurist and Law Magazine, Volume 13

Law - 1835
...poor men : our Lord bless him. This passage the Recorder wrote in a letter to his father, adding " Your lordship hath cause to thank God for so virtuous a child." ' L835.] Of the English Inns of Court. 323 from the records of the several societies, respecting the...
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The History and Antiquities of London, Westminster, Southwark, and ..., Volume 4

Thomas Allen - London (England) - 1839
...poor men. Our Lord bless him!' This passage the recorder wrote in a letter to his father, adding, ' Your lordship hath cause to thank God for so virtuous a child.' Arundel House. lord Thomas Seymour of Sudley, high admiral of England, and was called Seymour-place...
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Queen Elizabeth and her times, original letters selected from the private ...

William Cecil (1st baron Burghley.) - 1838
...write this for two purposes : the Probably Sir Robert Cecil. 188 TROUBLES IN SCOTLAND. [MARCH, one is that your Lordship hath cause to thank God...calling at this daye, were of Clifford's Inn, where Mr. Haaehett, of Hertfordshire, was principall. He kept us all in so good order, that none durst presume...
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The History and Antiquities of London, Westminster, Southwark, and ..., Volume 4

Thomas Allen - London (England) - 1839
...poor men. Our Lord bless him!' This passage the recorder wrote in a letter to his father, adding, ' Your lordship hath cause to thank God for so virtuous a child.' Arundel House. Arundel-street stands on the ground formerly occupied by the house of the bishops of...
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The Saturday Magazine, Volume 25

Periodicals - 1844
...to poor men: our Lord bless him.' This passage the recorder wrote in a letter to his father, adding, 'Your lordship hath cause to thank God for so virtuous a child.'" fi. New Inn is the only law seminary remaining in the possession of the Middle Temple. It forms three...
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Staple Inn and its story

Sir Thomas Cato Worsfold - 1903 - 128 pages
...poor men : Our Lord bless him ! " This passage the recorder wrote in a letter to his father, adding " Your Lordship hath cause to thank God for so virtuous a child." The " unthrift " of the Inns of Chancery alluded to in this anecdote of the aggressive humility of the...
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Westminster Hall, or, Professional relics and anecdotes of the bar, bench ...

Law - 1825
...poor men : our Lord bless him !" This passage the Recorder wrote in a letter to his father, adding, " Your Lordship hath cause to thank God for so virtuous a child." It was at Clement's Inn, also, that Justice Shallow spent his " mad days." " Shal. By yea and nay I...
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