State Papers; King Henry the Eighth Part IV. Volume 4

State Papers; King Henry the Eighth Part IV. Volume 4

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1836 edition. Excerpt: ...to the Archebusshop of Saint Andrewes and to other the Lordes: whiche I deliverde with some busynes, by occasion that the commyng hider of Sir Cristofer Dacres servaunte with the same letters was knowen by the watche kept dayly and nightly booth aboute the toune and castell, and that also booth the saide parties were susspicious, oone upon an other, specially for suche tidingges and newes as shulde come from the Kingges Highnes and your Grace. Yet nevertheles I passed thorough with good maner, furste to the Quenes Grace, and thenne to the Lordes. The Quenes saide Grace accepteth in reasonnable good parte the Kingges said letters and youres; but the Lordes received the Kingges letters in the ""nicht, and allquhair as the said Counsaill with the Quenis Grace sall giff thame charge. Pro"viding alwais, that His Grace salbe movit furth of the Castell of Edinburgh to uther wele "disposit and esy places, and that he ryde and pas in his awne Realme to sindry partis, as the said "Counsaill sall devise and ordane; the Quenis Grace always being ane and principale of the "Counsaill "Secundly, tuiching the disposicioun of benefice, the said Lordis thinkis that all grete benefice, "as bischoprikkis, abbacijs, prelacijs, denerijs, and uther, elective, suld be all disponit to noble and "vertuous persouns, mete to serve the Kingis Grace, be the said Counsaill, the Quenis Grace being "ane principale of thayme. And as for uther small benefice, they ar content that thay be disponit "be the Quenis Grace. "Thridly, tuiching wardis, mariageis, nonentres, releifles, and uther casualites pertenyng to the "Kingis Grace, the said Lordis thinkis thay suld be disponit to the Kingis proffitt be the...show more

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  • Paperback | 318 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 17mm | 572g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236540883
  • 9781236540881