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" that my bill will not pass ; but I will have it pass, or I will have some of your heads, ' and without other rhetoric or persuasion returned to his Chamber. Enough was said, the bill passed, and all was given him as he desired. "
Henry VIII and the English Monasteries: An Attempt to Illustrate the History ... - Sivu 312
tekijä(t) Cardinal Francis Aidan Gasquet - 1895
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The Church Under the Tudors: With an Introductory Chapter on the Origin of ...

Durham Dunlop - 1881 - 275 sivua
...pass ; but I will have it pass, or I will have some of your heads ! ' and, without other rhetorick, returned to his chamber. Enough was said ; the bill passed, and all was given him as he desired." It was under such a brutal and remorseless monster of lust and tyranny that the connection between the...

The Reformation of the Church of England: Its History, Principles and Results

John Henry Blunt - 1882
...Bill will not pass; but I will have it pass, or I will have some of your heads:' and without Their other rhetoric or persuasion returned to his chamber....Enough was said, the bill passed, and all was given liim as he desired."* The first words of the Act state that the administration of monastic property...

History of the Church of England: From the Abolition of the Roman ..., Nide 1

Richard Watson Dixon - 1884
...(saith he) that my bill will not pass ; but I will have it pass, or I will have some of your beads : and without other rhetoric or persuasion returned...bill passed, and all was given him as he desired." J 1536.] Act condemning the smaller Houses. 361 between the greater and smaller monasteries may have...

The History and Fate of Sacrilege: Edited, in Part from Two Mss., Rev. and ...

Sir Henry Spelman - 1888 - 324 sivua
...his chamber, walking a turn or two amongst them, and looking angrily on them, first on the one side, then on the other, at last, I hear (saith he) that...Bill passed, and all was given him as he desired. First, in the twenty-seventh year of his reign, all monasteries, etc., not having £200 per annum in...

The Living Age ..., Nide 207

1895
...my bill will not pass, but I will have it pass, or I will have some of your heads," and without any other rhetoric or persuasion returned to his chamber....bill passed, and all was given him as he desired. The bill in due course became law, and three hundred and seventy-six of the smaller religious houses,...

History of the Christian Church, Nide 2

John Fletcher Hurst - 1900
...wait till late in the afternoon ; and then coming out of his chamber, walking a turn or two amongst them, and looking angrily on them, first on the one...Enough was said, the bill passed, and all was given to him as he desired."* The suppression of these monasteries and other changes in the religion of the...

The Church of England: The English Reformation

Henry Donald Maurice Spence-Jones - 1898
...some of your heads,' and without other rhetoric or persuasion returned to his chamber. Enough had been said, the bill passed, and all was given him as he desired." * Nor apparently were Henry and Cromwell themselves convinced of the truth of the awful allegations...

A History of the Protestant Reformation in England and Ireland: Written in ...

William Cobbett - 1899 - 415 sivua
...will not pass, but I will have it pass, or I will have some of your heads,' and without other rhetoric returned to his chamber. Enough was said, the bill passed, and all was given him as he desired." u 9 Parliament expressly declared that it acted on the strength of the royal declaration that the charges...

Lollardy and the Reformation in England: An Historical Survey, Nide 2

James Gairdner - 1908
...wait till late in the afternoon, and then, coming out of his chamber, walking a turn or two amongst them, first on the one side and then on the other,...said, the bill passed, and all was given him as he desired."—Spelman's History of Sacrilege, ed. 1853, p. 206. priests to save their pensions." Chantries...

Lollardy and the Reformation in England: An Historical Survey, Nide 2

James Gairdner - 1908
...saith he, 'that my bill will not pass, but I will have it pass, or I will have some of your heads,' aud without other rhetoric or persuasion returned to his...Enough was said, the bill passed, and all was given him aa he desired." — Spelman's History of Sacrilege, ed. 1853, p. 206. priests to save their pensions."...




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