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The Chronicle of Calais: In the Reigns of Henry VII. and Henry VIII. to the ... - Página xxiii
de Richard Turpyn - 1846 - 243 páginas
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Original letters, illustrative of English history; with notes and ..., Volume 2

sir Henry Ellis - 1827
...enabled, as Calais is not more than ten miles from Ardres, the frontier of the French, nor farther from Gravelines, the frontier of the Imperialists,...these reasons therefore it is not to be wondered at, that, besides the inhabitants of the place, who are esteemed men of most unshaken fidelity, being the...
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To 1571

Sir Henry Ellis - 1827
...enabled, as Calais is not more than ten miles from Ardres, the frontier of the French, nor farther from Gravelines, the frontier of the Imperialists,...these reasons therefore it is not to be wondered at, that, besides the inhabitants of the place, who are esteemed men of most unshaken fidelity, being the...
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Original Letters, Illustrative of English History: 1400-1526

Henry Ellis - 1827
...enabled, as Calais is not more than ten miles from Ardres, the frontier of the French, nor farther from Gravelines, the frontier of the Imperialists,...either the one or the other, as they please, and to add then- strength to him with whom they are at amity, in prejudice of an enemy. For these reasons therefore...
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Works of the Camden Society, Edição 35

1846
...mentioned in M. Legros-Devot's recent report on the historical records of the town (hereafter noticed). on his return from England, only one year before the...these reasons, therefore, it is not to be wondered at, that, besides the inhabitants of the place, who are esteemed men of most unshaken fidelity, being the...
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Annals and legends of Calais

Robert Bell Calton - 1852
...either troops or anything else for warfare, offensive and defensive, without giving rise for jealousy or suspicion; and thus they are enabled, as Calais is...these reasons, therefore, it is not to be wondered at that, besides the inhabitants of the place who are esteemed men of unshaken fidelity, being the descendants...
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Annals and Legends of Calais

Robert Bell Calton - 1852 - 220 páginas
...either troops or anything else for warfare, offensive and defensive, without giving rise for jealousy or suspicion; and thus they are enabled, as Calais is...with whom they are at amity in prejudice of an enemy. descendants of an English colony settled there shortly after the first conquest, it should also be...
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Popular history of England, Volume 3

Charles Knight - 1857
...sailors), and carry over either troops or anything else for warfare, 1558.] CALAIS TAKEN BY THE FRENCH. Ш offensive and defensive, without giving rise to jealousy...these reasons, therefore, it is not to be wondered at, that, besides the inhabitants of the place, who are esteemed men of most unshaken fidelity, being the...
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The Popular History of England: An Illustrated History of Society ..., Volume 3

Charles Knight - 1874
...suspicion ; and thus they are enabled, as Calais is not more than ten miles from Ardres, the i'rontier of the French, nor further from Gravelines, the frontier...please, and to add their strength to him with whom ther are at amity, in prejudice of an enemy. For these reasons, therefore, it is not to be wondered...
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Mémoires de la Société des antiquaires de Picardie, Volume 4

1878
...either troops or anything else for warfare, offensive and defensive, without giving rise for jealousy or suspicion; and thus they are enabled, as Calais is...with whom they are at amity in prejudice of an enemy. descendants of an English colony settled there shortly after the first conquest, it should also be...
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The Popular History of England, Volume 2

Charles Knight - 1881
...any time, without hindrance, even in spite of contrary winds, at their pleasure, enter or leave th« harbour (such is the experience and boldness of their...these reasons, therefore, it is not to be wondered at, that, besides the inhabitants of the place, who are esteemed men of most unshaken fidelity, being the...
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