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" I charge you place this most just thought, that I cannot balance in any weight of my judgment the value that I prize you at, and suppose no treasures to countervail such a faith. "
Letters of Mary, Queen of Scots: Now First Published from the Originals ... - Page 234
by Mary (Queen of Scots) - 1845
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Mary Stuart, Her Guilt Or Innocence: An Inquiry Into the Secret History of ...

Alexander M'Neel-Caird - Scotland - 1866 - 271 pages
...it would ease your travail and rejoice your heart; in which I charge you to carry this most instant thought, that I cannot balance in any weight of my...value that I prize you at, — and suppose no treasure can countervail such a faith, and shall condemn me in that fault that yet I never committed, if I reward...
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The history of Scotland: from Agricola's invasion to the ..., Volume 6

John Hill Burton - Scotland - 1870
...spotless actions, your wise orders, and safe regards, performed in so dangerous and crafty a charge, it would ease your travails and rejoice your heart. In which I charge you, carry this most just thought, that I cannot balance in any weight of my judgment the value that I prize...
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Memoirs of the court of queen Elizabeth. Repr. of the 6th ed

Lucy Aikin - 1872
...crafty a charge ; it would ease your troubles and rejoice your heart. And (which I charge you to carry this most just thought) that I cannot balance in any weight of my judgment the value I prize you at : And suppose no treasure to countervail such a faith : And condemn myself in that fault...
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The History of Scotland: From Agricola's Invasion to the ..., Volume 5

John Hill Burton - Scotland - 1873 - 100 pages
...spotless actions, your wise orders, and safe regards, performed in so dangerous and crafty a charge, it would ease your travails and rejoice your heart. In which I charge you, carry this most just thought, that I cannot balance in any weight of my judgment the value that I prize...
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Lives of the Queens of England: From the Norman Conquest, Volume 4

Agnes Strickland - Queens - 1885
...your travails ai.J rejoice your heart, in which I charge you place this most jiist thought, that 1 cannot balance in any weight of my judgment the value that I prize you at, «nd suppose no treasures to countervail such a faith. If I reward not suit deserts, let me lack when...
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The last days of Mary Stuart: and the journal of Bourgoyne her physician

Samuel Cowan, Dominique Bourgoing - 1907 - 324 pages
...spotless action, your wise orders, and safe regards, performed in so dangerous and crafty a charge, it would ease your travails and rejoice your heart ; in which I charge you to carry this most just thought, that I cannot balance in any weight of my judgment the value that...
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The Irish ecclesiastical record

Irish ecclesiastical record - 1885
...it would ease your travail and rejoice your heart, in which I charge you to carry this most instant thought that I cannot balance, in any weight of my...value that I prize you at, and suppose no treasure can countervail such a faith." Poor Paulct could not fathom the meaning of so many honied words, but...
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Elizabeth I: Collected Works

Elizabeth I - Biography & Autobiography - 2000 - 446 pages
...ease your troubles' travail and rejoice your heart. In which I charge you to carry this most nighest thought: that I cannot balance in any weight of my judgment the value I prize you at. And suppose no treasure to countervail such a faith, and condemn me in that behalf...
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