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" madam I may not call you, mistress I am ashamed to call you, and so I know not what to call you ; but, howsoever, I thank you. "
London: Being an Accurate History and Description of the British Metropolis ... - Page 11
by David Hughson - 1808
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John Cassell's illustrated history of England. The text, to the ..., Volume 2

Cassell, ltd - 1865
...enormous expense and trouble, she addressed Mrs. Parker, at parting, in these words : — " And you ! — madam I may not call you, mistress I am ashamed to call you — but, howsoever, I thank you." Hearing that Pilkington, the Bishop of Durham, had given his daughter...
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An Historical Sketch of Sacerdotal Celibacy in the Christian Church

Henry Charles Lea - Celibacy - 1867 - 601 pages
...queen visited the archiepiscopal palace, on her departure she turned to thank Mrs. Parker. "And you — madam I may not call you, mistress I am ashamed to call you, so I know not what to call you — but, howsoever, I thank you." So in Ipswich, on her progress of...
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An Historical Sketch of Sacerdotal Celibacy in the Christian Church

Henry Charles Lea - Celibacy - 1867 - 601 pages
...queen visited the archiepiscopal palace, on her departure she turned to thank Mrs. Parker. "And you — madam I may not call you, mistress I am ashamed to call you, so I know not what to call you — but, howsoever, I thank you." So in Ipswich, on her progress of...
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Memoirs of the court of queen Elizabeth. Repr. of the 6th ed

Lucy Aikin - 1872
...she had been received at the archiepiscopal palace, made use of the well-known ungracious address : ' Madam, I may not call you ; mistress, I am ashamed to call you ; and so I know not what to call you ; but howsoever I thank you.' • But these fits of ill-humour...
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Handbook to the Environs of London: Alphabetically Arranged ..., Volume 1

James Thorne - London Suburban Area (England) - 1876
...occasions the marriage-hating queen took leave of the archbishop's wife with the well-known speech, " Madam I may not call you ; mistress I am ashamed to call you ; and so I know not what to call you ; but, however, I thank you." Grindal, Abp. Parker's successor,...
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Handbook to the Environs of London: Alphabetically Arranged ..., Part 1

James Thorne - England - 1876 - 794 pages
...occasions the marriage-hating queen took leave of the archbishop's wife with the well-known speech, " Madam I may not call you ; mistress I am ashamed to call you ; and so I know not what to call you ; but, however, I thank you." Grindal, Abp. Parker's successor,...
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A Handbook for Travellers in Surrey, Hampshire, and the Isle of Wight

John Murray (Firm) - Hampshire (England) - 1876 - 465 pages
...occasions the marriagehating queen took leave of the archbishop's wife with the well-known speech, — "Madam, I may not call you ; mistress I am ashamed to call you ; and so I know not what to call you; but, however, I thank you." Grindal, Parker's successor, was...
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The American Travellers' Guides: Hand-books for ..., Volume 17, Part 1

William Pembroke Fetridge - Europe - 1878
...queen showed her haired of marriage in the following wellknown speech to the archbishop's wife : " Madam I may not call you ; mistress I am ashamed to call yon ; and so I know not what to call you ; but, however, I thank ум." At Keymer Junction travelers...
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A History of the Church of England: From the Accession of Henry VIII, to the ...

George Gresley Perry - Great Britain - 1879 - 690 pages
...that, after being prandly feasted at Lambeth, the queen turned to Mrs. Parker, saying, "And you — madam I may not call you — mistress I am ashamed to call you — I know not what to call you ; but yet I do thank you. "—Harrington's Nugoi Antiqucc, ii. 16....
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Old and new London: a narrative of its history, its people and its places ...

George Walter Thornbury - 1880
...days, could not at her departure refrain from venting her resentment in the following rude manner. Addressing herself to Mrs. Parker, by way of taking...call you ; mistress, I am ashamed to call you ; yet though I know not what to call you, I thank you." In 1571, we read, the queen " took an airing in St....
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