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" Tower and ordered his goods to be seized, and gave notice to ambassadors abroad that he and his son had conspired to take upon them the government during his life and after his death to get the prince into his hands. "
The peerage of England: or, An historical and genealogical account of the ... - الصفحة 43
بواسطة Arthur Collins - 1709 - عدد الصفحات: 470
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The Antiquities of Arundel: The Peculiar Privilege of Its Castle and ...

Charles Caraccioli - 1766 - عدد الصفحات: 276
...King gave notice to his Ambaffadors abroad, that the Duke and his fon the Earl of Surry had confpired to take upon them the government during his life,...hands ; for which being both attainted in Parliament, the Earl of Surry * * The Earl of Surry was tried by a common jury, and was found guilty of high treafon...

The Peerage of England, Scotland, and Ireland: Or, the Ancient and Present ...

1790
...for leizing his goods, and gave notice to his ambafladors abroad, that he and his fon had confpired to take upon them the government during his life,...for which, being both attainted in parliament, his Ion loft his head, and the Duke had fared but little better, had not the death of the King prevented...

An Essay Towards a Topographical History of the County of Norfolk ...

Francis Blomefield - 1806
...for seizing his goods, and gave notice to his ambassadeurs abroad, that be and his son had conspired to take upon them the government during his life; and after his death, to get the prince into his hands. All which jealousies (the King beinc in a decaying nnd weak condition) so far prevailed,...

Collins's Peerage of England; Genealogical, Biographical, and ..., المجلد 1

Arthur Collins - 1812
...but to advertise ° his ambassadors in foreign parts, that he and his son had conspired to take on them the government during his life ; and, after his death, to get the prince into their hands. Henry, EARL OF SUBRY, eldest son of Thomas, third Duke of Norfolk, born about 1516, is the great ornament...

Peerage of England. ...

Arthur Collins - 1812
...but to advertise ° his ambassadors in foreign parts, that he and his son had conspired to take on them the government during his life ; and, after his death, to get the prinre into their hands. Henry, K/uu. OF SURRY, eldest son of Thomas, third Duke of Norfolk, born about...

The portrait gallery of distinguished females: including beauties of the ...

John Burke - 1833
...and his son (Henry, Earl of Surrey, the far-famed ornament of his family) had conspired to take on them the government during his life; and, after his death, to get the Prince into their hands. The chief allegation against the Earl of Surrey was, that he quartered the arms of F-dward the Confessor...

The Portrait Gallery of Distinguished Females: Including Beauties of the ...

John Burke - 1833
...and his son (Henry, Earl of Surrey, the far-famed ornament of his family) had conspired to take on them the government during his life; and, after his death, to get the Prince into their hands. The chief allegation against the Earl of Surrey was, that he quartered the arms of Edward the Confessor...

Royal illustrated history of easter England, المجلد 2

A D. Bayne - 1873
...ordered his goods to be seized, and gave notice to ambassadors abroad that he and his son had conspired to take upon them the government during his life and after his death to get the prince into his hands. The Duke of Norfolk and his son Henry Earl of Surrey, were both attainted in Parliament....

The New Lady's Magazine, Or, Polite and Entertaining Companion for ..., المجلد 6

1791
...but to give notice to his ambaffadors in foreign parts, that he and his fon had confpired to take on them the government during his life, and after his death, to get the Prince into their hands. Notwithftanding his eminent fervices, and his fubmitting himfelf, with all humility, to the King's...

The Universal Magazine, المجلد 36

1765
...to give notice to his am bailador« m foreign {tarts, that be and his (on had conspired to take on them the government during his life ; and, after his death, to get the Prince into their hands. Notwithstanding his eminent (enrices, and his lubmittinghimlelf, with «l! humility, to the King's...




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