The Tablette Booke of Ladye Mary Keyes, Owne Sister to the Misfortunate Lady Jane Dudlie; In Wiche Wille Be Founde a Faithefulle Histoire of Alle the Troubels That Did Com to Them and Theire Kinsfolke, Writt in the Yeare of Oure Lorde

The Tablette Booke of Ladye Mary Keyes, Owne Sister to the Misfortunate Lady Jane Dudlie; In Wiche Wille Be Founde a Faithefulle Histoire of Alle the Troubels That Did Com to Them and Theire Kinsfolke, Writt in the Yeare of Oure Lorde

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1861 edition. Excerpt: ...of their Time, occupyinge herselfe withe lerned Bookes, the swete Lute, or strumminge on the Virginalls, and oft takinge oute the beste Partes of Bookes writt in divers foreign Tonges, and turninge of them into 'EngIische. forthe these marvellous Acquirements of a nobel that Folkes feared for her Life; yet, even althoughe his Wife was in suche a straighte, did King Philip take his Departure from Englande, to receve the Spanishe Crowne, his Father, the Emperor, beinge tired of raigninge, and willinge to resigne the Honor to his Sonne. Thus was the feebel Quene left alone, and tried to exerte herselfe by appearinge amongste the Parliamente Folkes, but was not abel, Yet was she abel to Irons that they coulde scarce move. Manie, too, was whipped, and had their poore Handes burnt withe Candels. Alas! how sadde for the Qiene, that her Eyes shoulde have been so blinded to the simpel Truth of the Gospelle as it is in JEsUs CnRIsT; for Religion oughte to be felte in all Simplicitie and Puritie, withe Singelnesse of Harte to GoD alone, and..Christian Love to one another, bringinge forthe a Streme of deep, calm, and sincere Love, wiche, as the Harte dailie growes in Grace, wille Strengthe to show itselfe in Actes of Kindneslsie and Mercie. 3 But an Exkuse for the Qiene coulde be mayde on the Skore of Sicknesse, wiche was so grievouslie sore at Times as to prevente her from takinge Heede to what was paffinge; soe was much of a Churche Concernes left to the Discreshon of that bad, wicked Man Bishoppe Gardiner, who was for burninge of everie poore Bodie in his Waie. Alsoe was Mary's Temper muche soured by Illenesse and Kinge Philip's Neglecte; soe was her Majestie aboutt this Time verie angrie withe the Ladye Elizabethe, who, seekinge to re create...show more

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  • Paperback | 26 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 1mm | 68g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236828607
  • 9781236828606