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الصفحة 508 - ... power that the Queen had in his affections, were so much considered by the King, that he gave order for setting about it immediately. To whom that work was committed, or how they proceeded in it, I know not. For the account of these things has not been preserved, nor conveyed to us, with that care that the importance of the thing required.
الصفحة 297 - I make of this, though rude yet loving letter, desiring you as benevolently to take it as I do mean it ; for I insure you (and I pray you think it so), that there remaineth at this hour no spark of displeasure towards you in my heart. And thus fare you well, and be no more perplexed. Written with the hand of your loving sovereign and friend.
الصفحة 296 - I marvel not that it overslipped you as it did. But it is no great matter, standing the case as it doth ; for it is yet in my hand, as I perceive by your letter; and your default was not so great, seeing the election was but conditional.
الصفحة 703 - ... who is rather to be reckoned among the great, than the good princes. He exercised so much severity on men of both persuasions, that the writers of both sides have laid open his faults, and taxed his cruelty. But as neither of them were much obliged to him, so none have taken so much care to set forth his good qualities, as his enemies have done to enlarge on his vices: I do not deny that he is to be numbered among the ill princes, yet I cannot rank him with the worst.
الصفحة 296 - I so entirely love. Wherefore, methought I could do no less than thus friendly to admonish you. One thing more I perceive by your own letter, which a little, methinketh, toucheth conscience, and that is, that you have received money of the exempts for having their old visitors.
الصفحة 297 - And thus an end I make of this, though rude yet loving letter, desiring you as benevolently to take it as I do mean it ; for I insure you (and I pray you think it so), that there remaineth at this hour no spark of displeasure towards you in my heart. And thus fare you well, and be no more perplexed.
الصفحة 538 - God, the preservation of the king's person and issue, the purifying the nobility, and driving away all base-born and ill counsellors ; and for no particular profit of their own, nor to do displeasure to any, nor to kill any for envy ; but to take before them the cross of Christ, his faith, the restitution of the church, and the suppression of heretics and their opinions.
الصفحة 296 - Lord, seeing the humbleness of your submission, and though the case were much more heinous, I can be content for to remit it, being right glad, that, according to mine intent, my monitions and warnings have been benignly and lovingly accepted on your behalf, promising you that the very affection I bear you caused me thus to do.
الصفحة 554 - ... vial; and was said to have this property, that if a man was in a mortal sin, and not absolved, he could not see it; therefore every man that came to behold this miracle, was forced to continue to make presents till he bribed heaven to give him the sight of so blessed a relict. This was now discovered to be the blood of a duck, renewed every week; and the one side of the vial was so thick, that there was no seeing through it, but the other was transparent. It was so placed near the altar, that...
الصفحة 232 - Cardinal Wolsey proposed a tenth of the property of the laity and a fourth of the clergy to the same king, 1522. The London merchants strenuously opposed this tax : they were required to declare on oath the real value of their effects ; but they firmly refused, alleging that it was not possible for them to give an exact account of their effects, part whereof was in the hands of correspondents in foreign countries. At length, by agreement, the king was pleased to accept of a sum according to their...