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" There was also borne before him first, the great seal of England, and then his cardinal's hat, by a nobleman or some worthy gentleman, right solemnly, bareheaded. And as soon as he was entered into his chamber of presence, where there was... "
The Poetical Works of John Skelton: With Notes, and Some Account of the ... - Page 341
by John Skelton - 1843
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The Book of the Court: Exhibiting the Origin, Peculiar Duties, & Privileges ...

William John Thoms - Coronations - 1838 - 487 pages
...Englande, and his Cardinal's hat by a Lorde, or some gentleman of worshipe right solemnely. And as soone as he was entered into his chamber of presence, where there was dayly attending upon him, as well noblemen of this realme, and other worthy gentlemen, as gentlemen...
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Ecclesiastical biography; or Lives of eminent men, connected with the ...

Christopher Wordsworth - 1839
...Englande, and his cardinally hat by a lorde or some gentleman of worship, right solenmely. And as soone as he was entered into his chamber of presence, where there was dayly attending upon him, as well noble men of this reahne, and other worthy gentlemen, as gentlemen...
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Sir Thomas More: his life and times, illustrated from his own writings and ...

William Joseph Walter - 1840
...England, and then his cardinal's hat, by a nobleman or some worthy gentleman, right solemnly, bareheaded. And as soon as he was entered into his chamber of presence, where there was attending his coming, to wait upon him to Westminster Hall, as well noblemen and other worthy gentlemen, as noblemen and gentlemen...
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Law and Lawyers: Or, Sketches and Illustrations of Legal History ..., Volume 1

Archer Polson, James Grant - Law - 1840
...seal of England and the cardinal's hat, by some lord, or some gentleman of worship, right solemnly. And as soon as he was entered into his chamber of presence, where there were daily attending on him, as well noblemen of this realm as other worthy gentlemen of his own family,...
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The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal, Volume 15

History - 1840
...bareheaded ; and thus did he enter his presence chamber, where " There were attending his coming to wait upon him to Westminster Hall, as well noblemen and other worthy gentlemen, as well noblemen and gentlemen of his own family, thus passing forth with the great silver crosses borne...
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Tait's Edinburgh magazine

William Tait - 1846
...England, ind then his Cardinal's bat, by a nobleman or some worth) gentleman, right solemnly, bare-headed. And as soon as he was entered into his chamber of...where there was attending his coming to await upon him '" Westminster Hall, as well noblemen and other worth; gentlemen, as noblemen and gentlemen of his...
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The Lives of the Lord Chancellors and Keepers of the Great Seal of England ...

John Campbell Baron Campbell - Judges - 1846
...England, and then his Cardinal's hat, by a nobleman or some worthy gentleman, right solemnly, bare-headed. And as soon as he was entered into his chamber of presence, where there was attending his coming to wait upon him to Westminster Hall, as well noblemen and other worthy gentlemen, as noblemen and gentlemen...
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Life of Cardinal Wolsey

John Galt - Cardinals - 1846 - 444 pages
...of England, and then the cardinal's hat, by some lord or some gentleman of worship, right solemnly. And as soon as he was entered into his chamber of presence, where there were daily attending on him as well noblemen of this realm, as Other worthy gentlemen of his own family,...
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The Metropolitan, Volume 49

English literature - 1847
...seal of England, and then the cardinal's hat, by some lord or gentleman of worship right solemnly. And as soon as he was entered into his chamber of presence, where there were daily attending on him as well nobles of this realm as other worthy gentlemen of his own family,...
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The Metropolitan Magazine, Volume 49

Literary Criticism - 1847
...seal of England, and then the cardinal's hat, by some lord or gentleman of worship right solemnly. And as soon as he was entered into his chamber of presence, where there were daily attending on him as well nobles of this realm as other worthy gentlemen of his own family,...
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