Publications, Volume 32

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Clarendon Press for the Oxford Historical Society, 1896 - Oxford (England)

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Page 278 - He was a lovely person, had a virtuous and excellent lady that brought him great riches, and a second dukedom in Scotland. He was Master of the Horse, General of the King his father's army, Gentleman of the Bedchamber, Knight of the Garter, Chancellor of Cambridge ; in a word...
Page 374 - Biographical Memoirs of William Ged, including a particular Account of his Progress in the Art of Block Printing.
Page 357 - ... of our especial grace, certain knowledge,- and mere motion, have given and granted, and by these presents, for us, our heirs and successors, do...
Page 358 - ... or provided, or any other matter, cause or thing whatsoever to the contrary thereof in any wise notwithstanding.
Page 355 - Know ye therefore that we of our especial grace, certain knowledge, and mere motion...
Page 356 - ... plead and be impleaded, answer and be answered unto, defend and be defended in all courts...
Page 368 - ... the other, by Lord Cathcart; throughout every word of which, court adulation borrowed the language of gratitude to the Supreme Being for restoring to England her sovereign ;) — one, and only one, difficulty was suggested respecting the propriety of their parliamentary proceeding. Earl Stanhope, a man who at every period of his life, whether as a commoner or as a peer, displayed the same ardent, eccentric, fearless, indefatigable, and independent character, stood forward to state his doubts...
Page 339 - He usually made excursions, in the long vacations, into various parts of the kingdom, most commonly taking with him, for company and improvement, one or more young gentlemen of fortune in his college, at the request, and with the approbation, of their parents. He was himself, in every respect, a gentleman, and a man of refined good breeding. You might see this in every part of his conversation. At evening, upon such journeys, he would, a little before bed-time, desire his young pupils to indulge...
Page 30 - Rex omnibus ad quos, etc., salutem. Sciatis, quod de gracia nostra speciali concessimus et licenciam dedimus, pro nobis et heredibus nostris, quantum in nobis est...
Page 30 - In cuius rei testimonium has litteras nostras fieri fecimus patentes. Teste me ipso apud Westmonasterium decimo octavo die Julii, anno regni nostri tricesimo sexto ie.

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