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" ... now, I know not but by hearsay. Therefore I know not how to order her, nor myself, nor none of hers that I have the rule of; that is, her women and her grooms. "
The Political History of England: From the accession of Henry VII, to the ... - Sivu 141
tekijä(t) Friedrich von Raumer - 1837
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Memoirs of the Court of Queen Elizabeth, Nide 1

Lucy Aikin - 1818 - 4 sivua
...Beseeching you to be good lord to my lady and to all hers ; and that she may have some rayment. For she hath neither gown, nor kirtle, nor petticoat, nor no manner...rails, nor body stitchets, nor mufflers, nor biggins. All these, her grace's mostake*, I have driven off as long as I can, that by my troth, I cannot drive...

Memoirs of the Court of Queen Elizabeth, Nide 1

Lucy Aikin - 1821
...Beseeching you to be good lord to my lady and to all hers ; and that she may have some rayment. For she hath neither gown, nor kirtle, nor petticoat, nor no manner...foresmocks, nor kerchiefs, nor sleeves, nor rails, nor body-stitchets, nor mufflers, nor biggens. All these, her grace's mostake,* I have driven off as long...

Brief memoirs of remarkable children, collected by a clergyman of the Church ...

Brief memoirs - 1823
...Beseeching you to be good Lord to my Lady and all her's, and that she may have some raiment. For she hath neither gown, nor kirtle, nor petticoat, nor no manner of linen, nor foresmocks, nor handkerchiefs, nor sleeves, nor rails, nor stitchets, nor mufflers, nor biggins. All these, her Grace's...

The Star of the Court, Or, the Maid of Honour and Queen of England, Anne Boleyn

Selina Bunbury - 1844 - 161 sivua
...and grooms: beseeching you to be good to my lady, and that she may have some raiment. For she hath neither gown, nor kirtle, nor petticoat, nor no manner of linen; nor forsmocks, nor kerchiefs, nor rails, nor body stickets, nor sleeves, nor mufflers, nor biggens:"—all...

Heroines of History

John Stilwell Jenkins - 1852 - 520 sivua
...who at last wrote a lengthy petition to "my lord Privy Seal," in which she says that Elizabeth "hath neither gown nor kirtle nor petticoat, nor no manner of linen — nor forsmocks, nor kerchiefs, nor rails, nor body-stitchets, nor handkerchiefs, nor sleeves, nor mufflers,...

Habits and men

John Doran - 1854
...most brilliant before, became of very mean condition. Lady Bryan wrote to Cromwell that " she hath neither gown nor kirtle, nor petticoat, nor no manner of linen, nor forsmocks, nor kerchiefs, nor rails (uight-dresses), nor body stitchets, nor handkerchiefs, nor sleeves,...

Habits and men, with remnants of record touching the makers of both

Dr. Doran (John) - 1855 - 402 sivua
...most brilliant before, became of very mean condition. Lady Bryan wrote" to Cromwell that " she hath neither gown nor kirtle, nor petticoat, nor no manner of linen, nor forsmocks, nor kerchiefs, nor rails (night-dresses), nor body stitches, nor handkerchiefs, nor sleeves,...

Extraordinary women: their girlhood and early life

William Russell (miscellaneous writer.) - 1857
...Vicar-general Thomas Cromwell, begged him to send the child some raiment, "as she had neither gown nor kirtle, nor no manner of linen, nor foresmocks, nor kerchiefs, nor sleeves, nor veils, nor mufflers, nor biggins," — an enumeration which seems well-nigh to exhaust the catalogue...

Memoirs of the court of queen Elizabeth. Repr. of the 6th ed

Lucy Aikin - 1872
...Beseeching you to be good lord to my lady and to all hers ; and that she may have some rayment. For she hath neither gown, nor kirtle, nor petticoat, nor no manner...foresmocks, nor kerchiefs, nor sleeves, nor rails, nor body-stitchets, nor mufflers, nor biggins. All these, her grace's mostake* I have driven off as long...

The Church Under the Tudors: With an Introductory Chapter on the Origin of ...

Durham Dunlop - 1881 - 275 sivua
...youth left so destitute of ordinary raiment that her governess, Lady Bryan, wrote to Cromwell : — " I beseech you to be good, my Lord, to my Lady, and to...kerchiefs, nor sleeves, nor rails, nor body stitchets, nor muffles, nor biggins." — Von Returner's England, &°c., i. 141. The Duke of Anjou conveyed his opinion...




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