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" After two days, he had admittance ; at first entrance, he fell down flat at the Duke's foot, kissing it, vowing never to rise till he had his pardon ; then was he again reconciled ; and since that time, so very a slave to the Duke, and all that family,... "
The court and character of king James, written and taken by sir A.W. Repr - Side 42
av Anthony Weldon (sir.) - 1817
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The Wonders of the Little World; Or, A General History of Man ..., Volum 1

Nathaniel Wanley, William Johnston - 1806
...never to rise till he had his pardon : then was he again reconciled ; and since that time so great a slave to the Duke, and all that family, that he...the meanest of the kindred, nor oppose any thing. 3. Tigranes, King of Armenia, when Lucullus came against him, had in his army twenty thousand bow-men...
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The Wonders of the Little World, Or, A General History of Man ..., Volum 2

Nathaniel Wanley - 1806
...never to rise till he had his pardon : then was he again re» conciled ; arid since ¿hat time so great a slave to the Duke, and all that family, that he durst not deny the command of the meanest of the tindred, nor oppose any thing. 3. Tigranes, King of Armenia, when Lucullus came against him, had in...
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Some traditionall memorialls on the reign of Queene Elizabeth [by Francis ...

Sir Walter Scott, Francis Osborne, Sir Anthony Weldon, Sir William Sanderson, Sir Edward Peyton, Peter Heylyn - 1811
...vowing never to rise till he had his pardon, then was he againe reconciled ; and since that time so very a slave to the duke, and all that family, that he...spirit is ever most concomitant with the proudest minde ; and surely never so many brave parts, and so base and abject a spirit tenanted together in...
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Memoirs of the Court of King James the First, Volum 2

Lucy Aikin - 1822
...vowing never to rise till he had his pardon ; then was he again reconciled ; and since that time so very a slave to the duke and all that family that he durst...the meanest of the kindred, nor oppose any thing*." It is to be hoped that Weldon has somewhat overcharged this picture, after his custom ; but the disgrace...
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Memoirs of the Court of King James the First, Volum 2

Lucy Aikin - 1822
...vowing never to rise till he had his pardon ; then was he again reconciled ; and since that time so very a slave to the duke and all that family that he durst...command of the meanest of the kindred, nor oppose any thinga." It is to be hoped that Weldon has somewhat overcharged this picture, after his custom ; but...
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The retrospective review, Volum 7

1823
...never to rise till he had his pardon ; then was he again reconciled ; and since that time, so very a slave to the Duke, and all that family, that he...any thing. By this you see, a base spirit is ever concomitant with the proudest mind, and surely never so many brave parts, and so base and abject a...
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The Retrospective Review

1823
...never to rise till he had his pardon ; then was he again reconciled ; and since that time, so very a slave to the Duke, and all that family, that he...any thing. By this you see, a base spirit is ever concomitant with the proudest mind, and surely never so many brave parts, and so base and abject a...
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The English portion of the library of ... Francis Wrangham [a catalogue ...

Francis Wrangham - 1826
...considerable allowance must be made, calls him 'wor»t among the basest'; and says, that " he was so very a slave to the Duke and all that family, that he durst...the meanest of the kindred, nor oppose any thing." (K. Jamei, p. 132.) In that odious and oppressive branch of prerogative, the erecting of monopolies,...
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The English Portion of the Library of the Ven. Francis Wrangham

Francis Wrangham - 1826 - 645 sider
...considerable allowance must be made, calls him 'worst among the basest"; and says, that " he was so very a slave to the Duke and all that family, that he durst...the meanest of the kindred, nor oppose any thing." ; ••,' Jamet, p. 132.) In that odious and oppressive branch of prerogative, the erecting of monopolies,...
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The British and Foreign Review: Or, European Quarterly Journal, Volum 6

1838
...again reconciled, and since that time so very a slave to the duke and all that family, that he durat not deny the command of the meanest of the kindred, nor oppose anything." — Weldon, Court of King James, p. 120, ft sey., edition of 1651. Weldon has been considered...
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