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" For she is not banished, but still stays there till the progress, and then to take occasion to go into the country, and return no more. The chief reason is said to be this : when the emperor's ambassador was departing, the king, meaning to bestow some... "
The court and times of James the first, illustrated by authentic and ... - Page 313
edited by - 1848
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Original letters, illustrative of English history; with notes and ..., Volume 3

sir Henry Ellis - 1824
...of Queen Anne's of 3000 value was brought him, but refusing to bestowe it, being a woman's chaine and of that value, upon him, and saying wherein had...brought, and pleased him. Then some question being being made what should be done with the chaine : the Prince told his Ma"e that neither of them both...
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Sir Henry Ellis - Great Britain - 1825
...of Queen Anne's of 3000 value was brought him, but refusing to bestowe it, being a woman's chaine and of that value, upon him, and saying wherein had...and pleased him. Then some question being made what should be done with the chaine; the Prince told his Ma'1. 0 that neither of them both had yet bestowed...
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The Progresses, Processions, and Magnificent Festivities, of King ..., Volume 4

Pageants - 1828 - 609 pages
...Queene Anne's of ,.3,000 value was brought him, but refusing to bestowe it, being a woman's chaine and of that value, upon him, and saying, ' wherein...and pleased him. Then, some question being made what should be done with the chaine, the Prince told his Majestic that neither of them both had yet bestowed...
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The Court and Times of James the First: Illustrated by Authentic ..., Volume 2

Thomas Birch, Robert Folkestone Williams - Great Britain - 1848 - 510 pages
...last, is said to be reclaimed. Rev. Joseph Mead to Sir Martin Stuteville. Christ College, June 8, 1622. I saw a book this week of the marriage of our Prince...his majesty would dispose of it in that way, himself would be the carrier, to present it in his majesty's name ; and so should they have both thanks. The...
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The New monthly magazine and universal register. [Continued as] The New ...

1848
...doubt not but you have heard that the Countess of Buckingham was banished the court, and that for her professed popery. But it was not directly so, nor...majesty, that neither of them both had yet bestowed any thing upon the Duchess of Lenox since she was married. If his majesty would dispose of it in that...
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New Monthly Magazine, Volume 83

Thomas Campbell, Samuel Carter Hall, Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton, Theodore Edward Hook, Thomas Hood, William Harrison Ainsworth - 1848
...ambassador was departing, the king, meaning to bestow some jewel upon him, caused one to be feiched. A chain of Queen Anne's, of 3000/. value, was brought...majesty, that neither of them both had yet bestowed any thing upon the Duchess of Lenox since she was married. If his majesty would dispose of it in that...
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The court and times of James the first: illustrated by authentic ..., Volume 2

Great Britain - 1849
...praise of our king; an historical catalogue of all the marriages between us and Spain heretofore, and their happiness; all objections against the match...his majesty would dispose of it in that way, himself would be the carrier, to present it in his majesty's name; and so should they have both thanks. The...
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