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The History of the Reigns of Edward the Sixth, Mary, and Elizabeth - Page 6
by Sharon Turner - 1835
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The British Plutarch [by T. Mortimer].

Thomas Mortimer - 1816
...gentlewoman affray me (asked he, regarding them with a sarcastic scowl)? ' I have looked in the faces of many angry men, and yet have not been afraid above measure.' This year also he was appointed, by the General Assembly, Commissioner to the counties of Kyle and...
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Mary, queen of Scots: her persecutions, sufferings, and trials

1826
...gentlewoman afray me," said he, regarding them with a sarcastic scowl; " I have looked in the faces of many angry men, and yet have not been afraid above measure." CHAPTER VI. MARY'S PERSON, DRESS, DOMESTIC LIFE, AND AMUSEMENTS. THOUGH the young Queen was so celebrated...
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Constable's miscellany of original and selected publications

Constable and co, ltd - 1828
...him credit, " Why should the pleasing face of a gentlewoman affray me ? I have looked in the faces of many angry men, and yet have not been afraid above measure. " The third time that Knox was admitted into Mary's presence was at Loch Leven. This, as indeed every...
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Life of Mary Queen of Scots, Volume 1

Henry Glassford Bell - 1831 - 360 pages
...him credit, "Why should the pleasing face of a gentlewoman affray me ? I have looked in the faces of many angry men, and yet have not been afraid above measure." The third time that Knox was admitted into Mary's presence was at Loch Leven. This, as indeed every...
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The History of England from the Earliest Period to the Death of Elizabeth ...

Sharon Turner - Great Britain - 1835
...should the pleasant face of a lady afray me ? I have looked in( the face of many angry men, and yet huve not been afraid above measure.' p. 336. Mary continued to decline a ratification of the CHAP. VV Edinburgh treaty; and one of her motives was, that ^' if by that she relinquished her...
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The History of England: From the Earliest Period to the Death of ..., Volume 12

Sharon Turner - Great Britain - 1839
...courteous. ' You will not always be at your book/ was her last remark, ' and so turned her back.' Knox, p. 336. Mary continued to decline a ratification of...advisers pressed to have a present recognition of this inheritance.24 It was, however, too dangerous to Elizabeth and to the Protestant religion, that a Catholic...
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The cabinet portrait gallery of British worthies..

C. Cox (publisher.) - Biography & Autobiography - 1845
...him, he answered, 'Why should the pleasing face of a gentlewoman fear me ? I have looked in the faces of many angry men, and yet have not been afraid above measure.' And so left the Queen and the Court for that time." We must pass over his great debate at Maybole on...
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Cabinet portrait gallery of British worthies, Volumes 1-3

History - 1845
...him, he answered, 'Why should the pleasing face of a gentlewoman fear me ? I have looked in the faces of many angry men, and yet have not been afraid above measure.' And so left the Queen and the Court for that time." We must pass over his great debate at May bole...
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The cabinet portrait gallery of British worthies, Volumes 3-4

Biography & Autobiography - 1845
...him, he answered, ' Why should the pleasing face of a gentlewoman fear me ? I have looked in the faces of many angry men, and yet have not been afraid above measure.' And so left the Queen and the Court for that time." We must pass over his great debate at Maybole on...
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Old and New, Volume 7

Edward Everett Hale - 1873
...him, he answered, ' Why should the pleasing face of a gentlewoman fear me? I have looked in the faces of many angry men, and yet have not been afraid above measure ' " (p. 364). The author's discrimination in the judgment of character may be illustrated by his remark upon...
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