The privy purse expences of king Henry the eighth, from November mdxxix, to December mdxxxii: with intr. remarks and illustr. notes by N.H. Nicolas

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sir Nicholas Harris Nicolas
1827
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Page 366 - Sermon that I made before His Majesty, and it was done at Windsor where His Majestye, after the Sermon was done, did most familiarly talke with me in a gallerye. Nowe when I sawe my tyme I
Page 344 - upon my shoulder, and when I perceived him, I fell upon my knee. To whom he said, calling me by name, ' I will,' quoth he, ' make an end of [my game, and then I will talk with you,' and so departed to his mark, whereat the game was ended. Then the king delivered his bow unto the yeoman of
Page 367 - I answered them all, that I thought surely they could not: and that any loose lynyng not straytt to the legg was not permytted, but for the lynyng of panes only, and that the hole upper stock being in our Sloppe uncutt could not be
Page i - remain in Manuscript. The first in point of time, is the " Liber Quotidianus Contrarotulatoris Garderobae, Anno Regni Regis Edwardi Primi Vicesimo Octavo: AD 1299 and 1300," printed in 1787 by the Society of Antiquaries, from a MS. in their library. This volume
Page 323 - No word has been more commented upon than " Henchmen," or Henxmen. Without entering into the controversy it may be sufficient to state, that in the reign of Henry the Eighth it meant the pages of
Page 319 - Let us complain to them what fools were here Disguis'd like Muscovites, in shapeless gear.
Page 367 - In the time of Ben Jonson, in consequence of the interruptions to divine service occasioned by the ringing of the spurs worn by persons walking
Page 321 - importance and trust, inasmuch as it united the duty of raising money for the royal occasions by private loans, with that of protecting and cherishing the sources from which they were derived.

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