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" Sir, they confess," quoth he, " that among them there is such a noble personage, whom, if your Grace can appoint him from the other, he is contented to disclose himself, and to accept your place most worthily. "
The Life of Cardinal Wolsey - Page 53
by George Cavendish - 1825
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Memoirs of the Life of Anne Bolyn, Queen of Henry VIII, Volume 1

Elizabeth Benger - 1821
...redounding him again in the ear, the Lord Chamberlain said to my Lord Cardinal, { Sir, they confess that among them there is such a noble personage, whom, if your Grace will point out from the rest, he is content to disclose himself, and to take and accept your place...
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Memoirs of the Life of Anne Boleyn: Queen of Henry VIII.

Elizabeth Benger - Queens - 1822 - 401 pages
...redounding him again in the ear, the Lord Chamberlain said to my Lord Cardinal, ' Sir they confess that among them there is such a noble personage, whom, if your Grace will point out from the rest, he is content to disclose himself, and to take and accept your place...
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Life of king Henry the eighth

Patrick Fraser Tytler - 1837
...spake my lord chamberlain unto them in French, declaring my lord cardinal's mind ; and they, rouning him again in the ear, my lord chamberlain said to my lord cardinal, — ' Sir, they confess that among them there is such a noble personage, whom, if your grace can distinguish him from the other,...
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London, Volumes 1-2

Charles Knight - London (England) - 1841
...spake my Lord Chamberlain unto them in French, declaring my Lord Cardinal's mind, and they rounding him again in the ear, my Lord Chamberlain said to...noble personage, whom, if your grace can appoint him from.the other, he is contented to disclose himself, and to accept your place most worthily.' With...
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Cyclopędia of English literature, Volume 1

Robert Chambers - 1843
...spake my lorvl chamberlain unto them in French, declaring my lord cardinal's mind ; and they rounding^ him again in the ear, my lord chamberlain said to...himself, and to accept your place most worthily.' AVith that the cardinal, taking a good advisement amone them, at the last, quoth he, ' Me seemeth the...
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The Lives of the Lord Chancellors and Keepers of the Great Seal of England ...

Judges - 1845
...Cardinal." But Cavendish relates, " My Lord Chancellor said to my Lord Cardinal, ' Sir, they confess that among them there is such a noble personage, whom if your Grace can appoint him from the others, he is contented to disclose himself and so accept your place most worthily.' With that the...
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Literary and Historical Memorials of London, Volume 2

John Heneage Jesse - London (England) - 1847
...spake my Lord Chamberlain unto them in French, declaring my Lord Cardinal's mind, and they rounding him again in the ear, my Lord Chamberlain said to...personage, whom, if your Grace can appoint him from the others, he is contented to disclose himself, and to accept your place most worthily.' With that the...
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Cyclopaedia of English literature: a selection of the choicest ..., Volume 1

Robert Chambers - English literature - 1847
...spake my lord chamberlain unto them in French, declaring my lord cardinal's mind ; and they rounding2 him again in the ear, my lord chamberlain said to...Sir, they confess,' quoth he, ' that among them there ”в such a noble personage, whom, if your Grace can appoint him from the other, he is contented to...
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The Lives of the Lord Chancellors and Keepers of the Great Seal of England ...

John Campbell Baron Campbell, Mary Scarlett Campbell Hardcastle - Judges - 1848
...Cardinal." But Cavendish relates, " My Lord Chancellor said to my Lord Cardinal, ' Sir, they confess that among them there is such a noble personage, whom if your Grace can appoint him from the others, he is contented to disclose himself and to accept your place most worthily.' With that the...
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London, Volumes 1-2

Charles Knight - London (England) - 1851
...Chamberlain unto them in French, declaring my Ixjrd Cardinal's mind, and they rounding him again in the car, my Lord Chamberlain said to my Lord Cardinal, ' Sir,...to disclose himself, and to accept your place most worthilv.' With that the Cardinal, taking a good advisement among them, at the last quoth he, « Me...
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