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" I, after long sufferance and delays, not my will or intent to displease my sovereign lord, seeing that the said duke ever prevaileth and ruleth about the king's person, that by this means the land is likely to be destroyed, am fully concluded to proceed... "
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The New monthly magazine and universal register. [Continued as ..., Volume 54

...and such persons as be about me, without any desert or cause done or attempted on my part or theirs I am fully concluded to proceed in all haste against him with the help of my kinsmen and friends.^f The King marched against the Duke, and, in February, 1452, the two parties finally encamped...
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Commentaries on the Historical Plays of Shakspeare, Volume 1

Thomas Peregrine Courtenay - Historical drama, English - 1840 - 340 pages
...and such persons as be about me, without any desert or cause done or attempted on my part or theirs I am fully concluded to proceed in all haste against him with the help of my kinsmen and friends.J The King marched against the Duke, and, in February, 1452, the two parties finally encamped...
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The History of Ludlow and Its Neighbourhood: Forming a Popular Sketch of the ...

Thomas Wright - Ludlow (England) - 1852 - 541 pages
...displease my sovereign lord, seeing that the said duke ever prevaileth and ruleth about the king's person, that by this means the land is likely to be...such wise that it shall prove to promote ease, peace, and tranquility, and safeguard of all this land ; and more, keeping me within the bounds of my liegeance,...
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The History of Ludlow and Its Neighbourhood: Forming a Popular Sketch of the ...

Thomas Wright - Ludlow (England) - 1852 - 541 pages
...displease my sovereign lord, seeing that the said duke ever prevaileth and ruleth about the king's person, that by this means the land is likely to be...in such wise that it shall prove to promote ease, pcnre, and tranquility, and safeguard of all this land; and more, keeping me within the bounds of my...
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Popular history of England, Volume 2

Charles Knight - Great Britain - 1857
...untruth, " I, Eichard of York, seeing that the said duke ever prevaileth and ruleth about the king's person, that by this means the land is likely to be...peace, tranquillity, and safeguard of all this land." * The " all haste " with which York proceeded was not successful. He professed, in his attempt to overthrow...
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The Paston Letters: 1422-1509 A.D.

James Gairdner - English language - 1872
...sovereign lord, seeing that tne said Duke ever prevaileth and ruleih ar<--ut the King's person, land] that by this means the land is likely to be destroyed,...friends ; in such wise that it shall prove to promote case, peace, tranquillity, and safeguard of all this land : and more, keeping me *ri:htQ the bounds...
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The Popular History of England: An Illustrated History of Society ..., Volume 2

Charles Knight - Great Britain - 1874
...untruth, " I, Richard of York, seeing that the said duke ever prevaileth and ruleth about the king's person, that by this means the land is likely to be...proceed in all haste against him, with the help of uiy kinsmen and friends, in such wise that it shall prove to promote ease, peace, tranquillity, and...
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The Popular History of England: An Illustrated History of Society ..., Volume 2

Charles Knight - Great Britain - 1874
...likely to be destroyed, am fully concluded to proceed in all haste against him, with the help of шу kinsmen and friends, in such wise that it shall prove...peace, tranquillity, and safeguard of all this land." * The " all haste " with which York proceeded was not successful. He professed, in his attempt to overthrow...
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The Constitutional History of England in Its Origin and Development, Volume 3

William Stubbs - Constitutional history - 1878
...letter of the duke of York to the men of Shrewsbury in 1452 will serve as an illustration : 'I ... am fully concluded to proceed in all haste against him with the help of my kindred and friends . . . praying and exhorting you to fortify, enforce, and assist me, and to come...
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Shakespeare's Holinshed: The Chronicle and the Historical Plays Compared

Raphael Holinshed, Walter George Boswell-Stone - 1896 - 532 pages
...sovereign Lord, seeing that the said Dnke [of Somerset] ever prevaileth and ruleth about the King's person, that by this means the land is likely to be...against him, with the help of my kinsmen and friends" ; . . .— Ellis, I. i. 12, 13. [York offered to disband his army if Somerset were committed to ward.]...
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