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" My very good Lord, after my most hearty commendations, it shall please your Lordship to understand that the monks of the Charterhouse here at London, which were committed to Newgate for their traitorous behaviour long time continued against the King's... "
Henry VIII and the English Monasteries: An Attempt to Illustrate the History ... - Sivu 238
tekijä(t) Cardinal Francis Aidan Gasquet - 1895
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Historical and biographical works, Nide 8

John Strype - 1822
...Cleopatra, the visitor's own letters to Crumwel ; giving an account of a great mortality among them. " My very good Lord, after " my most hearty commendations; it shall please your Lord" ship to understand, that the monks of the Charter House " here at London, committed to Newgate...

Ecclesiastical Memorials Relating Chiefly to Religion and the ..., Nide 1

John Strype - 1822
...Cleopatra, the visitor's own letters to Crumwel; giving an account of a great mortality among them. " My very good Lord, after " my most hearty commendations; it shall please your Lord" ship to understand, that the monks of the Charter House " here at London, committed to Newgate...

Original letters, illustrative of English history; with notes and ..., Nide 2

sir Henry Ellis - 1824
...Charter House received. MY very good Lord, after my moost hertie commendations it shall please yor Lordship to understand that the monks of the Charterhouse here at London, whiche wer committed to Newgate for thair traitorus behavor long tyme continued against the Kings Grace,...

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Sir Henry Ellis - 1824
...Charter House received. MY very good Lord, after my moost hertie commendations it shall please yor Lordship to understand that the monks of the Charterhouse here at London, whiche wer committed to Newgate for thair traitorus behavor long tyme continued against the Kings Grace,...

A History of England from the First Invasion by the Romans, Nide 6

John Lingard - 1825
...these Carthusians is thus announced to Ciomwel 1 in a letter from Bedy 1, one of the visitors. " My very good " lord, after my most hearty commendations...that the monks of the Charter-house here at " London, committed to Newgate for their treacherous behaviour " continued agiinst the king's grace, fee almost...

A history of England from the first invasion by the Romans, Nide 6

John Lingard - 1826
...abbots, and the two priors of Coventry and of St. John of Jerusalem. Though the fate which awaited « lord , after my most hearty commendations — It shall...that the monks of the Charter-house here « at London , committed to Newgate for their treacherous behaviour « continued against the king's grace , be almost...

A history of England: from the first invasion by the Romans, Nide 6

John Lingard - 1827
...Bedyl, one of the visitors. " My very good lord, after my tnoit hearty commendations—It shall pleaie your lordship to understand that the monks of the Charter-house here at London, committed to Newgate for their treacherous behaviour continued against the king's grace, be almost...

A History of England, from the First Invasion by the Romans, Niteet 5–6

John Lingard - 1827
...of these Carthusians is thus announced to Cromwell in a letter from Bedyl, one of the visitors. " My very good lord, after my most hearty commendations — It shall please your lordsliip to understand that the monks of the Charter-house here at London, committed to Newgate for...

A history of England from the first invasion by the Romans (to the ...

John Lingard - 1844
...these Carthusians is thus announeed to Cromwell in a letter from Bedyl, one of the visitors: — "My very good " lord, after my most hearty commendations — It shall please your lord"" ship to understand that the monks of the Charter-house here at Ix>o" don, committed to Newgate...

A brief Plea for the Old Faith and the Old Times of "Merrie England", when ...

Frank Fairplay - 1846
...It is thus set forth in a letter addressed to Cromwell by Bedyl, one of the " visitors :" — " My very good lord, after my most hearty commendations....that the monks of the charter-house here at London, committed to Newgate for their treacherous behaviour committed against the king's grace, be almost...




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