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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 Plays of Shakespeare, Volume 2

William Shakespeare - 1860
...pillars. ] In describing the iiageantry of the Cardinal on state occasions, Cavendish tells us :" And as soon as he was entered into his chamber of...Hall, as well noblemen and other worthy gentlemen, of his own family ; thus passing forth with IKO great crosses of silver borne beforo him ; with also...
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Shakespeare's Henry the eighth, with intr. remarks, interpretation of the ...

William Shakespeare - 1860 - 234 pages
...broad seal of England, and his cardinal's hat, by a 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 upon him, as well noblemen of this realm, and other worthy gentlemen, as gentlemen...
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The works of Shakespeare, Volume 2

William Shakespeare, Edward Dalziel, George Dalziel - Drama - 1863
...pillars. ] In describing the pageantry of the Cardinal on state occasions, Cavendish tells us : " And as soon as he was entered into his chamber of...presence, where there was attending his coming to await и^юп him lo Westminster Hall, as well noblemen and other worthy gentlemen, of his own family; thus...
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A Register of the Presidents, Fellows, Demies, Instructors in Grammar and in ...

John Rouse Bloxam, Magdalen College (University of Oxford) - Oxford (England) - 1863
...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 noblemen and gentlemen awaited his coming, he passed forth with two great crosses, and two large pillars...
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Shades and echoes of old London

John Stoughton - 1864
...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, there were attending his coming to await upon him to Westminster Hall, as well noblemen and other worthy...
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The Works of William Shakespeare, Volume 5

William Shakespeare - Drama - 1866
...state occasions, Cavendish tells us : "And as soon as he was entered into his chamber of prcsi-ncc, where there was attending his coming to await upon...Hall, as well noblemen and other worthy gentlemen, of his own family ; thus passing forth with tin great crosses of silver borne before him ; with also...
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A Book about Lawyers, Volume 1

John Cordy Jeaffreson - Law - 1867 - 426 pages
...and then bin c.-ir dinal'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 wu attending his coming to wait upon him to Westminster Hall, as well noblemen a;, I other worthy gentlemen...
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LIVES OF THE ENGLISH CARDINALS

FOLKESTONE WILLIAMS - 1868
...broad seal of England, and his cardinal's hat, by a 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 upon him as well noblemen of this realm, and other worthy gentlemen, as gentlemen...
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Lives of the English Cardinals: Including Historical Notices of ..., Volume 2

Robert Folkestone Williams - Cardinals - 1868
...broad seal of England, and his cardinal's hat, by a 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 upon him as well noblemen of this realm, and other worthy gentlemen, as gentlemen...
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Works, Volume 4

William Shakespeare - 1874
...pillars.'] In describing the pageantry of the Cardinal on state occasions, Cavendish tells us : '' And as soon as he was entered into his chamber of...Hall, as well noblemen and other worthy gentlemen, of his own family ; thus passing forth with two great crosses of silver borne before him; with also...
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