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" Albans, with all the ceremonies of robes and coronet; whereas the rest were only done by patent; and yet, for all these special favours, the king cannot forbear sometimes, in reading his last book, to say, that it is like the " peace of God, that passeth... "
The court and times of James the first, illustrated by authentic and ... - Page 219
edited by - 1848
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The Progresses, Processions, and Magnificent Festivities, of King ..., Volume 4

Pageants - 1828 - 609 pages
...Rushworth, and Rapin. patent; and yet, for all these special favours, the King cannot forbear sometime in reading his last book ' to say, that it is like the peace of God that passelh all understanding 2." On the 10th of February, Mr. Chamberlain again wrote to Sir Dudley: "I...
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Curiosities of Literature, Volume 2

Isaac Disraeli - English literature - 1834
...or two afterwards we find that ' the king cannot forbear sometimes in reading the lord chancellor's last book to say, that it is like the peace of God, that surpasseth all understanding.' Two years afterwards the same letter-writer proceeds with another literary...
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The court and times of James the first: illustrated by authentic ..., Volume 2

Great Britain - 1849
...of Hamilton, Earl of Cambridge. On Saturday, the lord chancellor 1 was created Viscount St. Albans, with all the ceremonies of robes and coronet; whereas...friends stick to him, specially the Lord of Doncaster. J The Archbishop of Canterbury, by the king's appointment, was questioned upon some points, before...
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The Letters and the Life of Francis Bacon: Including All His ..., Volume 7

Francis Bacon - Philosophy, English - 1874
...they proceed from such a King ; for honours from some Kings are but great chances, or counters set 1 "And yet for all these special favours the King cannot...the peace of God, that passeth all understanding." SPVol. 119, no. 64. * Gibson Papers, vol. viii. p. 225. Draught in Meautya's band. No date nor signature...
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The Letters and the Life of Francis Bacon Including All His ..., Volume 7

Francis Bacon - Great Britain - 1874
...Cancellarinm. 6 Baronem Vervtmnii. 7 Vicecomitem Sti. Aliani. 1 "And yet for all these special favours the Eug cannot forbear sometimes in reading his last book...the peace of God, that passeth all understanding." SP Vol. 119, no. 64. high; but from your Majesty they are indeed dignities, by the co-operation of...
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The Letters and the Life of Francis Bacon Including All His ..., Volume 7

Francis Bacon - Great Britain - 1874
...honours from some Kings are bat great chances, or counters set 1 " And yet for all these special faroon the King cannot forbear sometimes in reading his last...book to say that it is like the peace of God, that paeseth all underHanding." SP VoL 119, no. 64. * Gibson Papers, TO!. riiL p. 225. Draught in M eautrs's...
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Disraeli's Works, Volume 3

Isaac Disraeli, Benjamin Disraeli (Earl of Beaconsfield) - 1881
...or two afterwards we find that " the king cannot forbear sometimes in reading the lord chancellor's last book to say, that it is like the peace of God, that surpasseth att understanding." Two years afterwards the same letter-writer proceeds with another literary...
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