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HISTORY OF THE UNITED NETHERLANDS: FROM THE DEATH OF WILLIAM THE SILENT TO ... - Página 470
por JOHN LOTHROP MOTLEY, LLD - 1861
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Works of the Camden Society, Volumen27

1844
...clear commandment, which you did not, and in other none, and did Think you I will be bound by your speech to make no peace for mine own matters without...am utterly at squares with this childish dealing." These terse and forcible sentences may indicate qualities which in a woman are not amiable, and which...
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History of England from the Fall of Wolsey to the Death of Elizabeth, Volumen12

1870
...yield.' ' Think you,' she wrote to him, ' that I ' will be bound by your speech to make no peace for my ' own matters without their consent? It is enough that...in making ' peace for them without their consent.' 1 ' Sir Thomas ' Heneage,' she wrote to Leicester, ' has gone too far in ' assuring the States that...
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History of the United Netherlands: From the Death of William the ..., Volumen1

John Lothrop Motley - 1861
...within these few days, many of these hard measures." Brace's 'Leyc. Corresp.1 p. 272. 470 CHAP. VII. she now chose to disavow. She had often a convenient...am utterly at squares with this childish dealing." l Blasted by this thunderbolt falling upon his head out of serenest sky, the sad Sir Thomas remained,...
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History of the United Netherlands: From the Death of William the ..., Volumen1

John Lothrop Motley - 1861
...have received, within these few days, many of these hard measures." Bruce's ' Leyc. Corresp.' p. 272. she now chose to disavow. She had often a convenient...am utterly at squares with this childish dealing." * Blasted by this thunderbolt falling upon his head out of serenest sky, the sad Sir Thomas remained,...
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Essays and Reviews

Henry H. Lancaster - 1876 - 479 páginas
...writes to Sir Thomas Heneage, in a letter filled with much abuse, " think you I will be bound by your speech to make no peace for mine own matters without...themselves in making peace for them without their consent." Poor Sir Thomas might well take to his bed, and write in great despair, "I fear that the world will...
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Essays and Reviews

Henry H. Lancaster - 1876 - 479 páginas
...writes to Sir Thomas Heneage, in a letter filled with much abuse, " think you I will be bound by your speech to make no peace for mine own matters without their consent 1 It is enough that I injure not their country nor themselves in making peace for them without their...
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History of the United Netherlands: from the Death of William the Silent to ...

John Lothrop Motley - 1879
...affairs. For in some things you had clear commandment, which you did not, and in others none, and did. Wo princes be wary enough of our bargains. Think you...am utterly at squares with this childish dealing." * Blasted by this thunderbolt falling upon his head out of serenest sky, the sad Sir Thomas remained,...
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History of England from the Fall of Wolsey to the Death of Elizabeth, Volumen12

James Anthony Froude - 1881
...yield." " Think you," she wrote to him, " that I will be bound by your speech to make no peace for my own matters without their consent? It is enough that...themselves in making peace for them without their consent."4 "Sir Thomas He1 Vavasour to Leicester, March 31 : Leicetier Correspondence. * Walsinghnm...
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History of the United Netherlands: from the Death of William the ..., Volumen1

John Lothrop Motley - 1888
...your own affairs. For in some things you had clear commandment, which you did not, and in others done, and did. We princes be wary enough of our bargains....their consent ? It is enough that I injure not their oowitry n,lr themselves in making peace for them without their consent. I am assured of your dutiful...
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Tudor Ideals

Lewis Einstein - 1921 - 366 páginas
...wrote in her own hand, "We princes be wary enough of our bargains, think you I will be bound by your speech to make no peace for mine own matters without their consent." 18 No more than her father, could she forgive any attempt J on the part of a subject to assert his...
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