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" Pomfret ; but it is possible their death may have been already determined on with Hastings's concurrence. Of them we shall speak presently. Of Hastings we may remark in conclusion, that More himself describes him as an honourable man, ' plain and open... "
History of the Life and Reign of Richard the Third: To which is Added the ... - Page 67
by James Gairdner - 1898 - 388 pages
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Memoirs of sir Thomas More, with a new translation of his Utopia, his ...

Thomas More (st.) - 1808
...man, a good knight and a gentle, of great authority with his prince, of living somewhat dissolute, plain and open to his enemy, and secret to his friend...very faithful and trusty enough ; trusting too much. Now flew the fame of this lord's death swiftly through the city, and so forth farther about, like a...
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The Library of the Old English Prose Writers ...

English literature - 1834
...somewhat dissolute ; plain and open to his enemy, and secret to his friend ; ethe to beguile, as he that of good heart and courage forestudied no perils ;...very faithful, and trusty enough, trusting too much. Now flew the fame of this lord's death swiftly through the city, and so forth farther about like a...
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History of the Life and Reign of Richard III. to which is Added the Story of ...

James Gairdner - 1878 - 419 pages
...already been determined in the protector's council, and Hastings was a party to the 1 More, 70-74. design ; so that it was in the hour of triumph over...appearing before them, along with Buckingham, in rusty armour,1 which they had suddenly put on, explained that their unsightly array was owing to a startling...
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English Prose: Selections, Volume 1

Sir Henry Craik - English prose literature - 1893
...somewhat dissolute, plain and open to his enemy, and secret to his friend, eath to beguile, as he that of good heart and courage forestudied no perils. A...Very faithful, and trusty enough, trusting too much. (From History of King Richard III. ) PLUNDER OF THE CHURCH BY HERETICS But now to the poor beggars....
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The History of King Richard III and Selections from the English and Latin Poems

Sir Thomas More (Saint), Richard Standish Sylvester - Biography & Autobiography - 1976 - 168 pages
...enemy and secret to his friend, eth6 to beguile, as he that of good heart and courage7 forestudied8 no perils ; a loving man and passing well beloved;...very faithful and trusty enough, trusting too much. Now flew the fame of this lord's death swiftly through the city, and so forth further about like a...
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The Tragedy of King Richard III

William Shakespeare - Drama - 2000 - 414 pages
...somewhat dissolute, plain and open to his enemy, and secret to his friend; easy to beguile as he that of good heart and courage forestudied no perils; a...very faithful, and trusty enough, trusting too much. Now flew the fame of this lord's death swiftly through the city, and so forth further about like a...
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History of the Life and Reign of Richard the Third

...stood without. A cry of treason was of Hast1ngs. , . . . , heard outs1de the room. Armed men rushed 1n, and Hastings and some others were immediately arrested...suddenly put on, explained that their 1 More, 70-74. 2 'In old ill-faring briganders, ' says More. 5—2 unsightly array was owing to a startling discovery...
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