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" Court then lay) presently upon the newes thereof, the Courtiers came running out, and the common people flockt together, standing very thicke upon the shoare : the privie Counsel, they lookt out at the windowes of the Court, and the rest ranne up to the... "
Literary Remains of King Edward the Sixth: Preface, containing an account of ... - Page clxxx
by Edward VI (King of England) - 1857 - 634 pages
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The Voyage of the Vega Round Asia and Europe: With a Historical Review of ...

Adolf Erik Nordenskiöld - Arctic regions - 1882 - 756 pages
...favourable wind to Greenwich, where the court then was. The King being unwell could not be present, but " the courtiers came running out, and the common people...standing very thicke upon the shoare ; the Privie Consel, they lookt out at the windowes of the court, and the rest ran up to the toppes of the towers...
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The First Three English Books on America: ?1511-1555 A.D. : Being Chiefly ...

Richard Eden, Sebastian Cabot, Sebastian Münster - America - 1885 - 408 pages
...diligence. And being come neere to Greenewich (where the Court then laye) prefently vpon the newes thereof the Courtiers came running out, and the common people flockt together, (landing very thicke vpon the fhoare : the priuie Counfell, they lookt out at the windowes of the Court,...
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The first Three English books on America

EDWARD ARBER - 1885
...diligence. And being come neere to Greencwich (where the Court then laye) prefently vpon the newes thereof the Courtiers came running out, and the common people flockt together, {landing very thicke vpon the moare : the priuie Counfell, they lookt out at the windowes of the Court,...
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Charles Brockden Brown, by W. H. Prescott. Lucretia Maria Davidson, by ...

Jared Sparks - United States - 1902
...a highly exciting scene. The court happened to be at Greenwich as they approached ; and " presently the courtiers came running out, and the common people flockt together, standing very thick upon the shoare ; the privie counsel, they lookt out at the windows of the court, and the rest...
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The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques & Discoveries of ..., Volume 2

Richard Hakluyt - Discoveries in geography - 1903
...diligence. And being come neere to Greenewich, (where the Court then lay) presently upon the newes therof, the Courtiers came running out, and the common people...lookt out at the windowes of the Court, and the rest ranne up to the toppes of the towers : the shippes hereupon discharge their Ordinance, and shoot off...
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The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of ..., Volume 2

Richard Hakluyt - Voyages and travels - 1903
...diligence. And being come neere to Greenewich, (where the Court then lay) presently upon the newes therof, the Courtiers came running out, and the common people...lookt out at the windowes of the Court, and the rest ranne up to the toppes of the towers: the shippes hereupon discharge their Ordinance, and shoot off...
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A Memoir of Sebastian Cabot: With a Review of the History of Maritime Discovery

Richard Biddle - 1915 - 327 pages
...diligence. And being come neere to Greenewich (where the Court then lay), presently upon the newes thereof, the Courtiers came running out, and the common people flockt together, standing very thickc upon the shoare: the privie Counsel, they lookt out at the windowcs of the Court, and the rest...
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A Source Book in Geography

George Kish - Science - 1978 - 453 pages
...diligence. And being come neere to Greenewich (where the Court then lay) presently upon the newes therof, the Courtiers came running out, and the common people...lookt out at the windowes of the Court, and the rest ranne up to the toppes of the towers : the shippes hereupon discharge their Ordinance, and shoot off...
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The London Quarterly Review, Volume 47

William Lonsdale Watkinson, William Theophilus Davison - Theology - 1877
...with diligence. And being come neere to Greenewich (where the Court then lay) presently upon the news thereof, the Courtiers came running out, and the common...lookt out at the windowes of the Court, and the rest ranne up to the toppes of the towers ; the shippes hereupon discharge their ordinance, and shoot off...
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