A history of England from the first invasion by the Romans, المجلد 5
A. and W. Galignani, 1826
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الصفحة 314 - inheritance of the crown should be, rest, * remain, and abide in the most royal person of the « then sovereign lord, king Henry VII., and the heirs « of his body lawfully coming, perpetually with the « grace of God so to endure, and in none other 1
الصفحة 165 - asked what the prince's name was, and the queen told him Edward, - and then he held up his hands and thanked God thereof. And he « said he never knew till that time , nor wist not what was said to « him, nor wist not where he had been, whilst he hath been sick till
الصفحة 382 - laws broken in my sight. My attorney must speak with « you ». He alluded to the statute against retainers, which had been passed in his first parliament : and the earl for his misplaced generosity was condemned to pay a fine of ten thousand pounds : an almost incredible sum, if we consider the relative value of money at that period.
الصفحة 181 - his father was also king: I have worn the crown forty « years from my cradle : you have all sworn fealty to « me as your sovereign, and your fathers have done •< the like to my fathers. How then can
الصفحة 278 - to say the truth (for sin it were to belie the devil) she never abused " to any man's hurt, but to many a man's comfort and relief.... and » now she beggeth of many at this day living, that at this day had
الصفحة 25 - and asked him to whom the victory belonged. •< To you, sir », replied Montjoy. « And what», continued the king, «is that '• castle, which I see at a distance »? — «It is called the « castle of Azincourt », was the answer.. « Then », resumed Henry, « let this battle be known to posterity by the name of the battle of Azincourt.
الصفحة 281 - • was made privily and secretly, without edition of « banns, in a private chamber, a profane place, and « not openly in the face of the church after the law of « God's church, but contrary thereunto, and the « laudable custom of the church of England : and how " also that at the time of the contract of the said
الصفحة 372 - remembrance of that great losse smote her so sorrowful « to the hart, that those that were about her, were faine to send « for the king to comfort her. Then his grace of true gentle and « faithful! love in good hast came and relieved her, and showed her .< how wise
الصفحة 395 - I have so heard by such men and by « such means as methinketh it were hard but it should be « true. » He then gives the account and concludes : « Thus, « as I have learned of them that much knew and little cause « had to lie, were these two noble princes privily slain.
الصفحة 300 - privily fenced, his hand ever on his dagger, his countenance and « manner like one always ready to strike again. He took ill rest at « nights, lay long waking and musing, sore wearied with care and « watch, rather slumbered than slept, troubled with fearful dreams, « suddenly sometimes started up, leapt out of bed, and run about « the chamber, so was his restless heart continually tossed and