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" ... conceit and speedy expedition ; of eloquence, as sweet in the utterance, so ready and easy to come to the utterance ; of wonderful knowledge both in learning and affairs ; skilful not only in the Latin and Greek, but also in divers other foreign languages... "
Annals of the First Four Years of the Reign of Queen Elizabeth - Página 8
de Sir John Hayward - 1840 - 116 páginas
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The London tee-total magzine, and literary miscellany

1840
...of wonderful! knowledge both in learning and affayrei ; skilfull not only in the Latine and Greekc, but alsoe in divers other forraine languages ; none...without which the royall dignity could not be supported. Shee was relligeous, magnanimous, merciful!, aad just ; respective of the honeur of others, and exceeding...
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Notes and Queries

1854
...Greeke, but alsoe in divers foraigne languages. None knew better the hardest art of all others, that of commanding men ; nor could more use themselves...without which the royall dignity could not be supported. Shee was relligeous, magnanimous, mercifull and just." — Annals of the first Four Years of the Reign...
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-History. Choice notes from 'Notes and queries'.

Notes and queries - 1858
...Grreeke, but alsoe in divers foraigne languages. None knew better the hardest art of all others, that of commanding men ; nor could more use themselves...without which the royall dignity could not be supported. Shee was relligeous, magnanimous, mercifull and just." Hayward wrote the commencement of a Life of...
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Choice Notes from "Notes and Queries": History

1858 - 316 páginas
...Greeke, but alsoe in divers foraigne languages. None knew better the hardest art of all others, that of commanding men ; nor could more use themselves...without which the royall dignity could not be supported. Shee was relligeous, magnanimous, mercifull and just." Hayward wrote the commencement of a Life of...
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Fraser's Magazine, Volume 25

1842
...and Gre'eke, but alsoe in divers other forraine languages ; none knew better the hardest art of nil others, that is, of commanding men, nor could more use themselves to those cares without which the roviil dignity could not be supported. She was relligious, magnanimous, merciful!, and just ; respective...
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English Prose: Selections, Volume 2

Sir Henry Craik - 1894
...in learning and affairs ; skilful not only in the Latin and Greek, but also in divers other foreign languages : none knew better the hardest art of all...more use themselves to those cares without which the royal dignity could not be supported. She was religious, magnanimous, merciful, and just ; respective...
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English Prose: Selections, Volume 2

Sir Henry Craik - 1894
...the Latin and Greek, but also in divers other foreign languages : none knew better the hardest ait of all others, that is, of commanding men, nor could...more use themselves to those cares without which the royal dignity could not be supported. She was religious, magnanimous, merciful, and just; respective...
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English Prose: From the sixteenth century to the restoration

Sir Henry Craik - 1913
...in learning and affairs ; skilful not only in the Latin and Greek, but also in divers other foreign languages : none knew better the hardest art of all...more use themselves to those cares without which the royal dignity could not be supported. She was religious, magnanimous, merciful, and just ; respective...
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