Original letters, written during the reigns of Henry VI. Edward IV. and Richard III. by various persons of rank or consequence: ... with notes, ... and authenticated by engravings of autographs, paper marks, and seals. By John Fenn, ... In two volumes. ...
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Page 33 - be fafe, and then his heart failed him', for he thought he was deceived. And in the fight of all his men, he was drawn out of the great Ship into the Boat, and there was an Axe, and a Stock, and one of the lewdeft
Page 27 - efpecially and mightily to withftand them, and not to draw nor to meddle with them, with all your might and power; and to draw to you and to your company good and virtuous men, and fuch as be of good converfation, and of truth, and by them (hall ye never be deceived nor repent you of.
Page 73 - and on Saint John's day, commanded his Almoner to ride to Canterbury with his offering, and commanded the Secretary to offer at Saint Edward's. And on the Monday afternoon, the Queen came to him and brought my Lord
Page 73 - what the Prince's name was, and the Queen told him Edward; and then he held up his hands, and thanked God thereof. And he faid, he never knew him till that time; nor wift not what was
Page 197 - for it lie the more upon your worfhip, and toucheth you more near than other men of your Country, and alfo ye be more had in favour with my Lords here. In this Country every man is well willing to go with my Lords here, and I hope God
Page 109 - Sir, your men have robbed my Chamber, and they have ** mine horfes, that I may not ride with you to my Lord your" " Father, wherefore I pray you, let me ride for I am old, and ; •' may not go." It was anfwered him again-, that he
Page 179 - and that it was not his part to have fuch language of Lords, " being of the King's blood." And my Lord of March rated him in like wife. And Sir * Anthony was rated for his language of all the three Lords in like wife. Item, the King cometh to London ward, and as it is faid rereth
Page 89 - be right expedient; we heartily defire and pray you, that at the contemplation of thefe Our Letters, as Our fpecial truft is in you, ye will give and apply your voice unto our right welbeloved Coufin, and Servants John Howard, and Sir Roger Chamberlayn, to be knights of the Shire ; exhorting all
Page xxvii - of Letters and Papers, written during the reigns of Henry VI. Edward IV. and Richard III. to which he intends adding
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