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" The king's reply was as bold as the demand. "Rather than they shall have any lord here with me at this time," he replied, "I shall this day for their sake and in this quarrel myself live and die. "
The History of England from the Earliest Period to the Death of Elizabeth ... - Page 184
by Sharon Turner - 1830
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The history of England...By the Right Hon. Sir James Mackintosh

Sir James Mackintosh - History - 1836
...friends to his majesty's sacred person ; but they added, " Please it your majesty royal to deliver such as we will accuse, and they to have like as they have deserved, you to be honorably worshipped as most rightful king and our true governor."f The king...
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The History of England: From the Earliest Period to the Death of ..., Volume 6

Sharon Turner - Great Britain - 1839
...alternative but victory or death. The duke of Buckingham coming to inquire if their intention were pacific,32 their council ended, in sending a message to the king,...concluded with, " we will not now slack for no such 31 Stowe has left us n MS. account of this battle, taken from some work, which he does not describe;...
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History of the English People, Volume 1

John Richard Green - Great Britain - 1878
...the 23rd of May York and the two Earls encamped without the town, and called on Henry " to deliver such as we will accuse, and they to have like as they have deserved and done." The King's reply was as bold as the demand. " Rather than they shall have...
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History of the English People, Volume 2

John Richard Green - Great Britain - 1882
...On the 23d of May, York and the two earls encamped without the town, and called on Henry "to deliver such as we will accuse, and they to have like as they have deserved and done." The king's reply was as bold as the demand. "Rather than they shall have any...
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A Book of English Prose: Character and Incident, 1387-1649

English prose literature - 1894 - 395 pages
...Domine tis clipeus defeiuianu niutrae. Wherefore, gracious Lord, please it your high Majesty to deliver such as we will accuse, and they to have like, as they have deserved and done, and ye to be honourabled and worshipped as most rightful King and our governor....
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Bygone Hertfordshire

William Andrews - Hertfordshire (England) - 1898 - 283 pages
...to their headquarters to ascertain their intentions, which were given in the following terms : " Please it your Majesty Royal to deliver up such as...have like as they deserved. And this done, you to be honourably worshipped as a most rightful king. We will not now slack for no such promise nor oath,...
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A History Of The English People, 1307-1461

John Richard Green - History - 2004 - 264 pages
...the 23d of May, York and the two earls encamped without the town, and called on Henry " to deliver such as we will accuse, and they to have like as they have deserved and done." The king's reply was as bold as the demand. "Rather than they shall have any...
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