The Egerton papers: A collection of public and private documents, chiefly illustrative of the times of Elizabeth and James I, from the original manuscripts [!], the property of the Right Hon. Lord Francis Egerton (Google eBook)
Printed for the Camden society, by J. B. Nichols and son, 1840 - Great Britain - 509 pages
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Page 160 - Lady ELIZABETH by the grace of GOD QUENE OF ENGLAND FRAUNCE and IRELAND Defender of the Fayth &c 1600. " (Signed) WILLM. CAMDEN, Clarencieux Kinge of Armes.
Page 204 - Januarye, 1599, and in the two and fortyth yeare of the reigne of our fovereigne ladie Elizabeth, by the grace of God Queene of England, Fraunce and Ireland, defender of the fayth, &c.
Page 390 - Giuen at Our Mannour of Greenwich the foure and twentieth day of May, in the sixteenth yeere of Our Raigne of England, France and Ireland, and of Scotland the one and fiftieth.
Page 122 - Elizabeth, by the grace of God, of England, Fraunce, and Ireland, queene, defender of the faith...
Page 443 - January, in the fourteenth yeare of our raigne of England, Fraunce, and Ireland, and of Scotland the fiftith.
Page 416 - Majesty's happy government will work a greater miracle in this kingdom than ever St. Patrick did; for St. Patrick did only banish the poisonous worms, but suffered the men full of poison to inhabit the land still; but his Majesty's blessed genius will banish all those generations of vipers out of it, and make it ere it be long a right fortunate island.
Page 229 - ... Jugge," which tells us how it hath pleased Almighty God to call to his mercy out of this mortal life, to our great grief, "our deerest suster of noble memory," and how the kingdoms of England, France, and Ireland, "with all maner titles and rights thereunto in any wise apperteyning...
Page 316 - York, being respectively summoned and called by virtue of our several writs to the most reverend father in God, our right trusty and right wellbeloved...