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" Never remembered it ! " said I, " a case that toucheth yourself so near, and us all for your sake ! I am sorry to hear it, for I verily trusted, when I saw you so merry, that all had been well." Then said he : " Wilt thou know, son Roper, why I was so... "
The Mirrour of Vertue in Worldly Greatness; Or, The Life of Sir Thomas More ... - Page 68
by William Roper - 1903 - 192 pages
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Memoirs of sir Thomas More, with a new translation of his Utopia, his ...

Thomas More (st.) - 1808
...of the parliament bill? By my truth, son Roper, I never remembered it. Never remembered it ! a cause that toucheth yourself so near, and us all for your...trusted when I saw you so merry, that all had been Wilt thou know, son Roper, why I was so merry ? That would I gladly, sir. foulfall; and that with those...
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Life and Writings of Sir Thomas More: Lord Chancellor of England and Martyr ...

Thomas Edward Bridgett - Christian saints - 1891 - 458 pages
...he, ' I never remembered it.' ' Never remembered it !' said I; 'a cause that touchcth yourself too near, and us all for your sake. I am sorry to hear...he: ' Wilt thou know, son Roper, why I was so merry ? In good faith I rejoiced that I had given the devil a foul fall, and that with those lords I had...
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Life and Writings of Sir Thomas More: Lord Chancellor of England and Martyr ...

Thomas Edward Bridgett - Christian saints - 1892 - 461 pages
...quoth he, 'I never remembered it.' ' Never remembered it!' said I; 'a cause that toucheth yourself too near, and us all for your sake. I am sorry to hear...: ' Wilt thou know, son Roper, why I was so merry ? In good faith I rejoiced that I had given the devil a foul fall, and that with those lords I had...
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Lives of the English Martyrs Declared Blessed by Pope Leo XIII in ..., Volume 1

Bede Camm - Catholics - 1904 - 1238 pages
...Roper, I never remembered it!' ' Never remembered it!' said I; 'a cause that toucheth yourself too near, and us all for your sake, I am sorry to hear...: ' Wilt thou know, son Roper, why I was so merry ? In good faith I rejoiced that I had given the devil a foul fall, and that with those lords I had...
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The Prince, Volume 36

Niccolò Machiavelli, Sir Thomas More (Saint), Martin Luther, William Roper - Church and state - 1910 - 397 pages
...I. "By my troth (son Roper)," quoth he, "I never remembered it." "Never remembered it, Sir?" quoth I. " A case that toucheth yourself so near, and us...he, " Wilt thou know, son Roper, why I was so merry ? " " That would I gladly, Sir," quoth I. " In good faith I rejoice, son," (quoth he), "that I had...
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Two Early Tudor Lives

George Cavendish, Richard Standish Sylvester, William Roper - Biography & Autobiography - 1963 - 260 pages
...“By my troth, son Roper,” quoth he, “I never remembered it.” “Never remembered it, sir!” said I, “a case that toucheth yourself so near,...“Wilt thou know, son Roper, why I was so merry?” “That would I gladly, sir,” quoth I. “In good faith, I rejoiced, son,” quoth he, “that I...
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The Nineteenth Century, Volume 30

Nineteenth century - 1891
...remembered it.' ' Never remembered it,' said I, ' a cause that toucheth yourself too near, and all of us for your sake ? I am sorry to hear it, for I verily...he, 'Wilt thou know, son Roper, why I was so merry? In good faith, I rejoiced that I had given the devil a foul fall, and that with those lords I had gone...
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The King's Good Servant But God's First: The Life and Writings of Saint ...

James Monti - History - 1997 - 497 pages
...Parliament bill?", Roper asked. "By my troth, son Roper, I never remembered it." "Never remembered it, Sir? A case that toucheth yourself so near, and us all...when I saw you so merry, that all had been well." "Wilt thou know, son Roper, why I was so merry?" "That would I gladly, Sir." "In good faith, I rejoiced,...
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Thomas More: A Portrait of Courage

Gerard B. Wegemer - Christian martyrs - 1997 - 307 pages
...Roper," said he, "I never remembered it." "Never remembered it, Sir," said I, "a case that touches yourself so near and us all for your sake! I am sorry...I saw you so merry, that all had been well." Then he said, "Do you wish to know, son Roper, why I was so merry?" "That would I gladly, Sir," said I....
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Influential Thinkers of the Renaissance

Niccolo Machiavelli, Thomas More, Martin Luther - Philosophy - 2005 - 404 pages
...I. "By my troth (son Roper)," quoth he, "I never remembered it." "Never remembered it, Sir?" quoth I. " A case that toucheth yourself so near, and us...merry, that all had been well." Then said he, " Wilt ttiou know, son Roper, why I was so merry ? " " That would I gladly, Sir," quoth I. " In good faith...
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