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" This annihilating affront Stucley hastened to convey to the King ; his Majesty answered him, ' what wouldst thou have me do ? Wouldst thou have me hang him ? Of my soul, if I should hang all that speak ill of thee, all the trees of the country would not... "
The court and times of James the first, illustrated by authentic and ... - Page 121
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 93, Part 1

Early English newspapers - 1823
...sauciness.' This annihilating affront Stucley hastened to convey to the King ; his Majesty answered him, ' what wouldst thou have me do ? Wouldst thou have me...should hang all that speak ill of thee, all the trees of the country would not suffice, so great is the number'." " One of the frequent crimes of that age,...
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A Second Series of Curiosities of Literature: Consisting of ..., Volume 2

Isaac Disraeli - English literature - 1824
...sauciness." This annihilating affront STUCLEY hastened to convey to the king ; his majesty answered him, " What wouldst thou have me do ? Wouldst thou have me hang him ? Of my saul, if I should hang all that speak ill of thee, all the trees of the country would not suffice,...
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The antiquary's portfolio: or cabinet selection of historical & literary ...

J. S. Forsyth - Great Britain - 1825
...sauciness.' This annihilating affront Stucley hastened to convey to the king ; his majesty answered him, ' What wouldst thou have me do ? Wouldst thou have me hang him ? Of my saul, if I should hang all that speak ill of thee, all the trees of the country would not suffice,...
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Curiosities of Literature, Volume 1

Isaac Disraeli - English literature - 1834
...sauciness.' This annihilating affront STUCLEY hastened to convey to the king ; his majesty answered him, ' What wouldst thou have me do ? Wouldst thou have me hang him ? Of my saul, if I should hang all that speak ill of thee, all the trees of the country would not suffice,...
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Curiosities of Literature, Volume 1

Isaac Disraeli - English literature - 1834
...majesty answered him, ' What wouldst thou have me do ? Wouldst thou have me Jiang him ? Of my saul, if I should hang all that speak ill of thee, all the trees of the country would not suffice, so great is the number !' m One of the frequent crimes of that age,...
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Curiosities of Literature, Volume 3

Isaac Disraeli - English literature - 1835
...sauciness." This annihilating affront Stucley hastened to convey to the king , his majesty answered him , " What wouldst thou have me do? Wouldst thou have me...should hang all that speak ill of thee , all the trees of the country would not suffice, so great is the number! " One of the frequent crimes of that age...
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The Court of King James the First, Volume 2

Godfrey Goodman - Great Britain - 1839
...Stuckeley made his complaint unto the King, whose answer was, " What wouldest thou have me do ? Wouldest thou have me hang him ? Of my soul, if I should hang all that speak ill of thee, all the trees of the country would not suf* Usher of the Black Rod. t Charles Howard, Earl of Nottingham. fice, so...
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Curiosities of Literature: And the Literary Character Illustrated

Isaac Disraeli, Rufus Wilmot Griswold - Literature - 1846 - 510 pages
...convey to the king; his majesty answered him, ' What wouldst ihou have me dot Wouldst thou have me hong him? Of my soul, if I should hang all that speak ill of thee, all the trees of the country would not suffice, so great is the number !' One of the frequent crimes of that age,...
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Curiosities of literature: and the literary character illustrated

Isaac Disraeli, Rufus Wilmot Griswold - Literary Criticism - 1851 - 509 pages
...; hi* majesty answered him, ' What wouldst thou have me do T Wouldst thou have me hang him? Of ray soul, if I should hang all that speak ill of thee, all the trees of the country would not suffice, so great is the number!1 One of the frequent crimes of that age,...
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The life and times of Sir Walter Ralegh: with copious extracts from his ...

Charles Whitehead - 1854 - 309 pages
...it not in mine own house, I would cudgel thee with my staff, for presuming to be so saucy.' Stukely made his complaint unto the king, whose answer was,...have me hang him ? Of my soul, if I should hang all speak ill of thee, all the trees of the country would not suffice, so great is the number.' " f In...
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