The Memoirs of that Great Favourite, Cardinal Woolsey: With Remarks on His Rise and Fall, and Other Secret Transactions of His Ministry in Church and State, Together with a Memorial Presented to Queen Elizabeth
B. Bragg, 1706 - Всего страниц: 230
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Стр. 108 - Sir, I desire you do me right and justice ; And to bestow your pity on me : for I am a most poor woman, and a stranger, Born out of your dominions ; having here No judge indifferent, nor no more assurance Of equal friendship and proceeding.
Стр. 1 - Suffolk, and there born, who being but a child was very apt to learn ; wherefore, by means of his parents, and other his good friends, he was maintained at the university of Oxford, where, in a short time, he prospered so well, that, in a small time, as he told me with his own mouth, he was made batchelor of arts, when he was but fifteen years of age, and was most commonly failed the boy batchelor.
Стр. 133 - I know not, but his countenance was amiable, and his majesty stooped down, and with both his hands took him up, and then took him by the hand, and •went to the window with him, and there talked with him a good while. Then, to have beheld the countenance of the lords and noblemen that...
Стр. 138 - Now at night was warning given me, that there was no room for my lord to lodge in the court ; so that I was forced to provide my lord a lodging in the country, about Easton, at one Mr.
Стр. 111 - it maketh no matter, for it is no indifferent court for me, therefore I will not tarry. Go on your ways.
Стр. 139 - Bullen, who rode with him purposely to draw him away, because he should not return till the departure of the cardinals. The king rode that morning to view a piece of ground to make a park of, which was afterwards, and is at this time called Harewell Park, where Mistress Anne had provided him a place to dine in, fearing his return before my lord cardinal's departure.
Стр. 134 - Bullen in her chamber. Then was there set up in the presence chamber a table for my lord, and other lords of the council, where they dined together ; and sitting at dinner telling of divers matters, The king...
Стр. 115 - I would never consent to no such act, for it were much against my conscience; nor my hand and seal should never be seen at any such instrument, God willing, with much more matter touching the same communication between us.