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" Pretending some hid mystery. Then hath he servants five, or six, score; Some behind, and some before, A marvellous great company! Of which are lords and gentlemen, With many grooms and yeomen, And also knaves among. "
The Lairds of Fife ... - Page 178
1828
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Specimens of the early English poets [ed. by G. Ellis.]. To which is ...

English poets - 1801
...poll-ax is borne, Which in none other use are worn, Pretending some high mystery. ****** • ••**• Then hath he servants five or six score, Some behind, and some before, A marvellous great company: Of which are lords and gentlemen, With many grooms and yeomen, And also...
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The Monthly Mirror: Reflecting Men and Manners : with Strictures ..., Volume 14

1802
...On each syde a pole axe is borne Which in none other's use is worne, Portendyng some hid mysterie. Then hath he servants five or six score. Some behind and some before. The great Sir Thomas Moore, Lord Chanci-lbr, had a natural turn for wit and pleisantry. A few of his...
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Specimens of the early English poets: to which is prefixed an ..., Volume 1

George Ellis - English poetry - 1803 - 458 pages
...is borne, Winch in none other use are worn, Pretending some high mystery. * * * * • ***•* Then hath he servants five or six score, Some behind, and some before, A marvellous great company : Of which are lords and gentlemen, With many grooms and yeomen, And also...
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The life and administration of cardinal Wolsey

John Galt, Thomas Wolsey (card, abp. of York.) - 1812 - 519 pages
...side a pole-axe is borne, Which in none other use are worn, Pretending some high mystery. ********** Then hath he servants five or six score, Some behind and some before; A marvellous great company; Of which are lords and gentlemen, With many grooms and yeomen. And also...
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Memoirs of the Life of Anne Bolyn, Queen of Henry VIII, Volume 2

Elizabeth Benger - 1821
...them holdinge a pillar, In their handes stead of a mace. Then followeth my Lord on his mule, Trapped with gold. Then hath he servants five or six score, Some behind and some before. 2 whilst four footmen preceded the Cardinal's mule, each presenting the gilt poleaxe, the ensign of...
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Memoirs of the Life of Anne Boleyn, Queen of Henry VIII

Elizabeth Benger - Great Britain - 1822 - 401 pages
...them holdinge a pillar, In their handes stead of a mace. Then followeth my Lord on his mule, Trapped with gold. Then hath he servants five or six score, Some behind and some before. vinegar, avowedly to protect himself from contagion. Owing to a defect of sight, his looks seemed averted...
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Memoirs of the Life of Anne Boleyn, Queen of Henry VIII

Elizabeth Benger - 1827 - 56 pages
...them holdinge a pillar, In their handes stead of a mace. Then followeth my lord on his mule, Trapped with gold. Then hath he servants five or six score, Some behind and some before. gracious ; and it was observed that he often applied to his nostrils a hollow orange, filled with sponge...
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Lives of the English Cardinals: Including Historical Notices of ..., Volume 2

Robert Folkestone Williams - Cardinals - 1868
...them holding a pillar In their hands, stead of a mace. Then followeth my lord on his mule, Trapped with gold. Then hath he servants, five or six score, Some behind and some before."* Although Sir Thomas More was a zealous Catholic, he entertained a strong prejudice against Wolsey,...
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LIVES OF THE ENGLISH CARDINALS

FOLKESTONE WILLIAMS - 1868
...them holding a pillar In their hands, stead of a mace. Then followeth my lord on his mule, Trapped with gold. Then hath he servants, five or six score, Some behind and some before." * Although Sir Thomas More was a zealous Catholic, he entertained a strong prejudice against Wolsey,...
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Stories of Old England. Second Series

George Etell Sargent - 1871 - 280 pages
...On each side is a pole-axe borne, Which in none other use are worn ; Pretending some high mystery. " Then hath he servants five or six score, Some behind and some before, A marvellous great company ; Of which are lords and gentlemen, With many grooms and yeomen ; And also...
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