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" I found him shooting at the rounds in the park, on the backside of the garden. And perceiving him occupied in shooting, thought it not my duty to trouble him : but leaned to a tree, intending to stand there, and to attend his gracious pleasure. Being... "
The Privy Purse Expences of King Henry the Eighth: From November MDXXIX, to ... - Page 346
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
...being in Master Kingston's chamber in the court, had knowledge thereof, and repairing to the king, I found him shooting at the rounds in the park, on...at the last the king came suddenly behind me, where I stood, and clapped his hand upon my shoulder; and when I perceived him, I fell upon my knee. To whom...
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The book of archery

George Agar Hansard - 1840
...butts, in a portion of the park situated behind the garden. " Perceiving him so occupied," says he, " I thought it not my duty to trouble him, but leaned to a tree, intending to stand there, and await his gracious pleasure. Being in a great study, at the last the King came suddenly behind me where...
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The Book of Archery

George Agar Hansard - Archery - 1840 - 456 pages
...butts, in a portion of the park situated behind the garden. " Perceiving him so occupied," says he, " I thought it not my duty to trouble him, but leaned to a tree, intending to stand there, and await his gracious pleasure. Being in a great study, at the last the King came suddenly behind me where...
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The land we live in, a pictorial and literary sketch-book of the British empire

British empire - 1847
...being in Master Kingston's chamber in the court, had knowledge thereof, and repairing to the King, I found him shooting at the rounds in the park, on...the last, the King came suddenly behind me, where I stood, and clapped his hand upon my shoulder ; and when I perceived him, I fell upon my knee. To...
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Handbook to the Environs of London: Alphabetically Arranged ..., Part 1

James Thorne - England - 1876 - 794 pages
...rode with all haste to Hampton Court to appiise the king of the particulars. " Repairing to the King, I found him shooting at the rounds in the park, on...the last, the King came suddenly behind me, where I stood, and clapped his hand upon my shoulder ; and when I perceived him I fell upon my knee. To whom...
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Handbook to the Environs of London: Alphabetically Arranged ..., Part 1

James Thorne - England - 1876 - 794 pages
...occupied in shooting, thought it not my duty to trouble him : but leaned to a tree, intending to stanrl there, and to attend his gracious pleasure. Being...the last, the King came suddenly behind me, where I stood, and clapped his hand upon my shoulder; and when I perceived him I fell upon my knee. To whom...
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Handbook to the Environs of London: Alphabetically Arranged ..., Part 1

James Thorne - England - 1876 - 794 pages
...park, on the backside of the garden. And perceiving him occupied in shooting, thought it not my dxity to trouble him : but leaned to a tree, intending to stand there, and to attend his gracions pleasure. Being in a great study, at the last, the King came suddenly behind me, where 1 stood,...
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The national and domestic history of England, Volume 2

William Hickman S. Aubrey - 1878
...being in Master Kingston's chamber in the court, had knowledge thereof, and repairing to the king, I found him shooting at the rounds in the park, on...his gracious pleasure. Being in a great study, at last the king came suddenly behind me where I stood, and clapped his hand upon my shoulder; and when...
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The Theory and Practice of Archery

Horace A. Ford - Archery - 1887 - 296 pages
...it not my duty to trouble him : but leaned to a tree, intending to 1 Wolsey died November 30, 1530 stand there, and to attend his gracious pleasure. Being in a great study, at last the King came suddenly behind me, where I stood, and clapped his hand upon my shoulder ; and,...
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The History of Hampton Court Palace, Volume 1

Ernest Philip Alphonse Law - Palaces - 1890
...him shooting at the rounds in the park. " Perceiving him occupied in shooting," writes Cavendish, " I thought it not my duty to trouble him, but leaned...at the last the King came suddenly behind me where I stood, and clapped his hand upon my shoulder, and when I perceived him, I fell upon my knee. To whom...
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