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" I could say in my defence doth not appertain unto you, and that I could draw no hope of life from the same. But I come here only to die, and thus to yield myself humbly unto the will of my lord the king. I pray God to save the king and send him long to... "
Excerpta Historica: Or, Illustrations of English History - Page 262
by Samuel Bentley - 1833 - 444 pages
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 101, Part 1; Volume 149

Early English newspapers - 1831
...1 am not come here to excuse or to justify myself, forasmuch as I know full well that aught that 1 could say in my defence doth not appertain unto you,...only to die, and thus to yield myself humbly to the wilt of the King my Lord. And if in my life I did ever offend the King's Grace, surely with my death...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the Year ..., Volume 101

Edward Cave, John Nichols - Literature - 1831
...followeth : " ' Good friends, I am not come here to excuse or to justify myself, forasmuch as I knuw full well that aught that I could say in my defence...that I could draw no hope of life from the same. But 1 come here only to die, and thus to yield myself humbly to the will of the KITH; my Lord. And if in...
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A History of England: From the First Invasion by the Romans, Volume 4

John Lingard - Great Britain - 1840
...my " defence doth not appertain to you, and that I could derive no ' ' hope of life from the same. I come here only to die, and thus " to yield myself humbly to the will of my lord the king. And if " in life I did ever offend the king's grace, surely with my death " do I...
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Lives of the Queens of England: From the Norman Conquest : with Anecdotes of ...

Agnes Strickland - Great Britain - 1842
...I know full well that ought that I could say in my defence doth not appertain unto you,3 and that 1 could draw no hope of life from the same. But I come...here only to die, and thus to yield myself humbly unto the will of my lord the king. I pray God to save the king, and send him long to reign over you,...
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A history of England from the first invasion by the Romans (to the ...

1844
...in " my defence doth not appertain to you, and that I could " derive no hope of life from the same. I come here " only to die, and thus to yield myself humbly to the " will of my lord the king. And if in life I did ever " offend the king's grace, surely with my death do I now...
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Lives of the Queens of England: From the Norman Conquest; with Anecdotes of ...

Agnes Strickland - 1850
...fallen into the hands of a harder gaoler. ' Hall; Wyatt. speak any thing of that whereof I am accused, as I know full well that aught that I could say in my defence doth not appertain unto you,1 ainl that I could draw no hope of life from the same. But I come here only to die, and thus to...
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Lives of the Queens of England: From the Norman Conquest, Volume 2

Agnes Strickland, Elisabeth Strickland - Queens - 1851
...against it.2 I am come hither to accuse no man, nor to speak any thing of that whereof I am accused, as I know full well that aught that I could say in my defence doth not appertain unto you,3 and that I could draw no hope of life from the same. But I come here only to die, and thus to...
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Memoirs of the Queens of Henry VIII., and His Mother, Elizabeth of York

Agnes Strickland - Great Britain - 1853 - 420 pages
...fallen into the hands of a harder gaoler. 4 Hall; Wyatt. speak any thing of that whereof I am accused, as I know full well that aught that I could say in my defence doth not appertain unto you,1 and that I could draw no hope of life from the same. But I come here only to die, and thus to...
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The Queens of England: A Series of Portraits of Distinguished Female Sovereigns

Agnes Strickland - 1854
...against it. I am come hither to accuse no man, nor to speak any thing of that whereof I am accused, as I know full well that aught that I could say in...that I could draw no hope of life from the same." She then with her own hands removed the hat and collar, which might impede the action of the sword,...
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Lives of the Queens of England, from the Norman Conquest: Now First ...

Agnes Strickland - Queens - 1854
...against it.* I am come hither to accuse no man, nor to speak any thing of that whereof I am accused, as I know full well that aught that I could say in my defence doth not appertain unto you,3 and that I could draw no hope of life from the same. But I come here only to die, and thus to...
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