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" I drink to the king my sovereign lord and master, and to the king your master," and therewith drank a good draught. And when he had done, he desired the Grand Master to pledge him cup and all, the which cup... "
The life of Cardinal Wolsey: and Metrical visions from the original ... - Page 138
by George Cavendish - 1825
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The Thames: Or, Graphic Illustrations of Seats, Villas, Public ..., Volume 1

William Bernard Cooke, Samuel Owen - England - 1811
...caused all the tables to pledge him in the health of these two royal princes: then went the cups so merrily about, that many of the Frenchmen were fain to be led to their beds. Then rose up my Lord, and went into his privy chamber, to pull off his boots, and to shift him, and then...
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The Thames: or, Graphic illustrations of seats, villas, public buildings ...

William Bernard Cooke, Samuel Owen - History - 1811
...caused all the tables to pledge him in the health of these two royal princes: then went the cups so merrily about, that many of the Frenchmen were fain to be led to their beds. Then rose up my Lord, and went into his privy chamber, to pull off his boots, and to shift him, and then...
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Bentley's Miscellany, Volume 4

1839
...marks, and so caused all the lords to pledge these two royal princes. Then went the cups so merriely about, that many of the Frenchmen were fain to be led to their beds." In less than two short years afterwards, what a change came over the fortunes of the minister ! To...
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The Thames and its tributaries; or, Rambles among the rivers

Charles Mackay - 1840
...marks, and so caused all the lords to pledge these two royal princes. Then went the cups so merriely about, that many of the Frenchmen were fain to be led to their beds." In less than two short years afterwards, what a change came over the fortunes of the minister ! To...
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The Saturday Magazine, Volume 19

Periodicals - 1841
...marks, and so caused all the lords to pledge these two royal princes. Then went the cups so merriely about, that many of the Frenchmen were fain to be led to their beds. But we must leave the Hall and its festivities. The third quadrangle of which the palace consists,...
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The land we live in, a pictorial and literary sketch-book of the British empire

British empire - 1847
...pledge these two royal princes. Then went cups merrily about, that many of the Frenchmen were fain to he led to their beds. Then went my lord, leaving them...returned again among them into the chamber of presence, useing them so nobly, with so loving and familiar countenance and enter0 tainment, that they could...
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Rambles by Rivers: The Thames, Volumes 1-2

James Thorne - Thames River (England) - 1847
...lords and gentlemen in other cups to pledge these two royal princes." No wonder that " the cups went so merrily about, that many of the Frenchmen were fain to be led to their beds ;" or that from his " using them so nobly with so loving and familiar countenance and entertainment,...
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The Lives of the Lord Chancellors and Keepers of the Great Seal of England ...

John Campbell Baron Campbell, Mary Scarlett Campbell Hardcastle - Judges - 1848
...contributed to his attainment of this 480 excessive grandeur. " Then went cups merrily about, that CHAP. many of the Frenchmen were fain to be led to their beds. xxvnIThey were all delighted with their reception, and doubted AD 1527 which most to admire, the...
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A Hand-book for the Architecture, Tapistries, Paintings, Gardens and Grounds ...

Sir Henry Cole - History - 1849 - 147 pages
...draught And when he had done, he desired the Grand Master to pledge him, cup and all, the which cup be gave him; and so caused all the other lords and gentlemen...still, into his privy chamber, to shift him; and making ther a very short sapper, or rather a small repast, returned again among them into the chamber of presence,...
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THE LIVES OF THE LORD CHANCELLORS AND KEEPERS OF THE GREAT SEALOF ENGLAND,

JOHN LORD CAMPBELL - 1851
...those convivial talents which had first contributed to his attainment of this excessive grandeur. " Then went cups merrily about, that many of the Frenchmen were fain to be led to their beds. They were all delighted with their reception, and doubted which most to admire, the mansion, the...
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