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" And then spake he to mistress Anne, saying, ' Good sweetheart, I pray you at this my instance, as ye love us, to send the cardinal a token with comfortable words ; and in so doing ye shall do us a loving pleasure. "
The Privy Purse Expences of King Henry the Eighth: From November MDXXIX, to ... - Page 356
by Sir Nicholas Harris Nicolas - 1827 - 372 pages
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The Life of Cardinal Wolsey: And Metrical Visions from the ..., Volume 1

George Cavendish - 1825
...danger of death." And then spake he to Mistress Anne, saying, "Good sweetheart, I pray you at this iny instance, as ye love us, to send the cardinal a token...and in so doing ye shall do us a loving pleasure." She being not minded to disobey the king's earnest request, whatsoever she intended in her heart towards...
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The History of England from the Earliest Period to the Death of Elizabeth ...

Sharon Turner - Great Britain - 1828
...good cheer; and pluck up his heart, and take no despair.' Cev. 221. 48 Saying, ' Good sweetheart 1 I pray you, at this my instance, as ye love us, to...and in so doing, ye shall do us a loving pleasure.' Cav. 222. 0 Cav. 222. He wrote from Esher the letter to Gardiner, tlie king's secretary, imploring...
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Eminent British Statesmen: Sir Thomas More [by Sir J. Mackintosh] Cardinal ...

Statesmen - 1831
...from him, until ye have brought him out of all danger of death.' And then spake he to mistress Anne, saying, ' Good sweetheart, I pray you at this my instance,...and in so doing ye shall do us a loving pleasure.' She being not minded to disobey the king's earnest request, whatsoever she intended in her heart towards...
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The Republic of Letters: A Weekly Republication of Standard Literature, Volume 3

1835
...from him, until ye have brought him out of all danger of death.' And then spake he to mistress Anne, saying, ' Good sweetheart, I pray you at this my instance,...and in so doing ye shall do us a loving pleasure.' She heing not minded to disobey the king's earnest request, whatsoever she intended in her heart towards...
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The Republic of Letters: A Weekly Republication of Standard Literature, Volume 3

English literature - 1835
...from him, until ye have brought him out of all danger of death.' Ajul then spake he to mistress Anne, saying, ' Good sweetheart, I pray you at this my instance,...and in so doing ye shall do us a loving pleasure.' She being not minded to disobey the king's earnest request, whatsoever she intended in her heart towards...
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Nooks and Corners of English Life, Past and Present

John Timbs - England - 1867 - 371 pages
...death.' And then spake he to Mistress Anne, saying, ' Good sweetheart, I pray you at this my instance. to send the Cardinal a token with comfortable words ; and in so doing it shall do us a loving pleasure. ' She being not minded to disobey the King's earnest request, whatever...
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History of Two Queens: I. Catharine of Aragon. II. Anne Boleyn, Volumes 5-6

1874
...brought him out of all danger of death." Henry turned to Lady Anne. "Good sweetheart, I pray you, as you love us, to send the Cardinal a token, with comfortable 'words, and in so doing you shall do us a loving pleasure." No appeal of charity was made in vain to that tender heart, even...
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History of Two Queens: I. Catharine of Aragon. II. Anne Boleyn, Volume 4

Great Britain - 1874
...brought him out of all danger of death.' Henry turned to Lady Anne. ' Good sweetheart, I pray you, as you love us, to send the Cardinal a token, with comfortable words, and in so doing you shall do us a loving pleasure.' No appeal of charity was made in vain to that tender heart, even...
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The national and domestic history of England, Volume 2

William Hickman S. Aubrey - 1878
...from him, until ye have brought him out of all danger of death." And theu spake he to Mistress Anne, saying, 'Good sweetheart, I pray you at this my instance,...and in so doing ye shall do us a loving pleasure." She being not minded to disobey the king's earnest request, whatsoever she intended in her lie.irt...
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The Reign of Henry VIII from His Accession to the Death of Wolsey, Volume 2

John Sherren Brewer - Great Britain - 1884
...for he gave me the same . . . therefore bid him be of good cheer.' Then spake he to Mistress Anne, saying, ' Good sweetheart, I pray you, at this my...and in so doing ye shall do us a loving pleasure.' She being not minded to disobey the King's earnest request, whatsoever she intended in her heart towards...
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