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" That same day after dinner, my Lord of Hunsdean drew me up to a quiet gallery that I might hear some music ; but he said he durst not avow it, where I might hear the queen play upon the virginals. After I had hearkened awhile... "
The Progresses and Public Processions of Queen Elizabeth: Among which are ... - Page 289
1823 - 602 pages
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Tracts for the people

Tracts for the people - 1847
...Hunsdean drew me up to a quiet gallery, that I might have some music, but he said he durst not aTOW it, where I might hear the queen play upon the virginals. After I had hearkened awhile, I took by the tapestry that hung before the door of the chamber, and seeing her back was towards...
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The Good Old Times of Queen Bess

Edwin Paxton Hood - Great Britain - 1851 - 215 pages
...played well. I said, ' Reasonably, for a queen.' That same day, after dinner, my Lord of Hunsdon drew me to a quiet gallery, that I might hear some music ;...queen play upon the virginals. " After I had hearkened awhile, I took hold by the tapestry that hung before the door of the chamber, and seeing her back was...
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Complete Encyclopaedia of Music, Elementary, Technical, Historical ...

John Weeks Moore - Music - 1854 - 1004 pages
...she played well. I said, reasonably well for a queen. The same day, after dinner, my Lord of Hunsdon drew me up to a quiet gallery, that I might hear some music, and (but he said that he durst not avow it) where I might hear the queen play on the virginals. After...
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Pen and pencil

Mary Balmanno - Bookbinding - 1858 - 299 pages
...played well ? I said reasonably for a queen. " That same day, after dinner, my Lord of Hunsdon drew me to a quiet gallery, that I might hear some music ; but he said he durst not know it, where I might hear the queen play upon the virginals. After I had hearkened awhile, I put...
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THE QUEEN OF ENGLAND AND THEIR TIMES

FRANCIS LANCELLOTT, ESQ. - 1858
...she played well ? I said, reasonably for a queen. " That same day, after dinner, my Lord of Hunsdon drew me up to a quiet gallery, that I might hear some music hut he said he durst not avow it where I might hear the Queen play upon the virginals. After...
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The Queens of England and Their Times: From Matilda, Queen of ..., Volume 2

Francis Lancelott - Queens - 1858
...she played well : I said, reasonably for a queen. " That same day, after dinner, my Lord of Hunsdon drew me up to a quiet gallery, that I might hear some musie but he said he durst not avow it where I might hear the Queen play upon the virginals....
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The Queens of England and Their Times: From Matilda, Queen of ..., Volume 2

Francis Lancelott - Biography & Autobiography - 1859
...she played well ? I said, reasonably for a queen. " That same day, after dinner, my Lord of 11 unsdon drew me up to a quiet gallery, that I might hear some...upon the virginals. After I had hearkened a while, I stood by the tapestry that hung before the door of the chamber, and seeing her back was towards the...
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Frank Leslie's Pleasant Hours, Volume 36

Frank Leslie - History - 1884
...courtier doubtless gave prudent answers. He tells us, ' The next day, after dinner, my Lord of Hunsden drew me up to a quiet gallery, that I might hear some music (but said he durst not avow it), where I might hear the Queen play upon the virginal. After I bad hearkened...
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The history of the pianoforte

Edgar Brinsmead - 1870
...well, and was answered, " Reasonably, for a queen." ' ' The same day, after dinner, my lord of Hunsdean drew me up to a quiet gallery that I might hear some music (but he said he durst not own it), where I might hear the queen play upon the virginals. . . . I ventured within the chamber,...
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The national history of England, by E. Farr [and others].

England, Edward Farr - 1871
...Sir James goes on to report, " my lord of Hunsdon [cousin of Elizabeth] drew mo up to a quiet galleiy that I might hear some music, but he said he durst...queen play upon the virginals. After I had hearkened awhile, I took by the tapestry that hung before the duor of the chamber, and, seeing her back was before...
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