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" Preserve, therefore, I pray you, my dear sister Mary from all the wiles and enchantments of the Evil one, and beseech her to attend no longer to foreign dances and merriments which do not become a most Christian Princess. "
Literary Remains of King Edward the Sixth: Preface, containing an account of ... - Page ccclix
by Edward VI (King of England) - 1857 - 634 pages
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Letters of the Kings of England: Now First Collected from the ..., Volume 2

James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps - Great Britain - 1846
...real love is the love of God. Preserve therefore, I pray you, my dear sister Mary, from all the wiles and enchantments of the evil one ; and beseech her to attend no longer to foreign dances and 1 Rawlinson MSS. From the Latin. It would be difficult to ascertain with certainty the exact occurrence...
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Letters of the Kings of England: Now First Collected from Royal ..., Volume 2

James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps - Great Britain - 1846
...real love is the love of God. Preserve therefore, I pray you, my dear sister Mary, from all the wiles and enchantments of the evil one ; and beseech her to attend no longer to foreign dances and 1 Rawlinson MSS. From the Latin. It would be difficult to ascertain with certainty the exact occurrence...
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Lives of the Queens of England: From the Norman Conquest, Volume 3

Agnes Strickland, Elisabeth Strickland - Queens - 1851
...step-mother " to preserve his dear sister Mary from the enchantments of the Evil one, by beseeching her to attend no longer to foreign dances and merriments, which do not become a most Christian princess."2 The exhortation perhaps really originated from the princely boy's tutor, Richard Cox, who,...
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Lives of the queens of England, from the Norman conquest. By A ..., Volume 3

Agnes Strickland - 1851
...step-mother " to preserve his dear sister Mary from the enchantments of the Evil one, by beseeching her to attend no longer to foreign dances and merriments, which do not become a most Christian princess."2 The exhortation perhaps really originated from the princely boy's tutor, Richard Cox, who,...
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Lives of the Bachelor Kings of England

Agnes Strickland - Great Britain - 1861 - 433 pages
...against her, for he says : "Preserve, therefore, I pray you, my dear sister Mary, from all the wiles and enchantments of the evil one, and beseech her...exhortation in good part, I commend you to his most gracious keeping."f Edward wrote again to the queen on the 24th of May, a few lines, but without any further...
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Lives of the Queens of England, from the Norman Conquest, Volume 2

Agnes Strickland, Elisabeth Strickland - Great Britain - 1868
...this mode were seen among the StrawberryHill Collection. * Quoted in Strype's Memorials. beseeching her to attend no longer to foreign dances and merriments, which do not become a most Christian princess." 1 The exhortation perhaps really originated from the princely boy's tutor, Richard Cox, who, though...
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King Edward the sixth on the supremacy, the Fr. original and an Engl. tr ...

Edward VI (King of England) - Royal supremacy (Church of England) - 1874 - 142 pages
...real love is the love of God. Preserve, therefore, I pray you, my dear sister Mary from all the wiles and enchantments of the Evil one, and beseech her...part, I commend you to his most gracious keeping. " Edward, the Prince. " From Hunsdon, this 12th of May [1546]," To Queen Katharine [Without date]....
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Fraser's Magazine, Volume 12; Volume 92

James Anthony Froude, John Tulloch - Authors - 1875
...his ' dear sister Mary ' might be preserved ' from the enchantments of the evil one,' by attending 'no longer to foreign dances and merriments which do not become a most Christian princess.'19 Richard Cox, the boy's tutor, probably suggested this letter. Pollino tells us that when...
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Fraser's Magazine, Volume 12

1875
...his ' dear sister Mary ' might be preserved ' from the enchantments of the evil one,' by attending ' no longer to foreign dances and merriments which do not become a most Christian princess.'19 Richard Cox, the boy's tutor, probably suggested this letter. Pollino tells us that when...
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Women of the Church of England

Jerusha D. Richardson ("Mrs. Aubrey Richardson.") - Women - 1908 - 352 pages
...the Queen would " preserve his dear sister Mary from the enchantments of the evil one, by beseeching her to attend no longer to foreign dances and merriments which do not become a Christian princess." Yet if Katharine felt no call to declare her views of the Mass, some of her associates...
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