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Sir Henry Ellis
Harding and Lepard, 1827
 

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Página 126 - ... to be measured forth right into the north of every man's ground; a line there to be drawn, a trench to be cast, a foundation laid, and a high brick wall to be built. My father had a garden there...
Página 259 - And as for the traitor Wyatt, he might, peradventure, write me a letter, but on my faith I never received any from him ; and as for the copy of my letter sent to the French King, I pray God confound me eternally if ever I sent him word, message, token, or letter by any means...
Página 121 - I cannot tell ; but this I see before mine eyes, that...
Página 175 - Wriothesley, chancellor of England ; the old duke of Norfolk, the old earl of Bedford, the lord mayor, with divers others. Before the fire should be set unto them, one of the bench, hearing that they had gunpowder about them, and being...
Página 258 - Majesty to let me answer afore yourself, and not suffer me to trust to your Councillors. Yea, and that afore I go to the Tower (if it be possible) if not, afore I be further condemned. Howbeit, I trust assuredly your Highness will give me leave to do it afore I go, for that thus shamefully I may not be cried out on, as now I shall be yea, and that without cause.
Página 291 - ... dead woman ; that she would forgive her displeasure towards me, as my hope is she hath done; I must needs confess I have greatly offended her, in that I made my choice without her knowledge, otherwise I take God to witness I had never the heart to think any evil against her majesty ; and that she would be good unto my children, and not to impute my fault unto them, whom I give wholly unto her majesty : for in my life they have had few friends, and fewer shall they have when I am dead, except...
Página 217 - Masters and good fellows. I am come hither to die ; but a true and faithful man as any was unto the King's Majesty and to his realm. But I am condemned by a law whereunto I am subject, as we all, and therefore to show obedience I am content to die...
Página 122 - Cromwell, except in the single instance of the dialogue at archbishop Cranmer's table, when Cromwell declared that he was never so far in love with Wolsey as to have waited on him to Rome if he had been chosen Pope.
Página 172 - I see and acknowledge that there is in myself no hope of salvation, but all my confidence, hope, and trust is in thy most merciful goodness. I have no merits nor good works which I may allege before thee. Of sins and evil works, alas! I see a great heap; but...
Página 239 - It is believed that but for this interference of the King, the Queen would without remorse chastise her in the severest manner; for whatever plots against the Queen are discovered, my lady Elizabeth or some of her people, may always be sure to be mentioned among the persons concerned in them.