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" ... dissension. When the commons presented to the king the usual grant of tonnage and poundage for life, they coupled with it a petition, that he would be pleased to " take to wife and consort the princess Elizabeth, which | " marriage they hoped God... "
Royal Descents and Pedigrees of Founders' Kin - Page 93
by Bernard Burke - 1864 - 400 pages
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A History of England from the First Invasion by the Romans, Volume 5

John Lingard - 1825 - 502 pages
...cess Elizabeth, which marriage they hoped " God would bless with a progeny of the race " of kings:"16 the lords spiritual and temporal, rising from their seats, and bowing to the throne, signified their concurrence ; and Henry graciously answered that he was willing to comply with their...
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Privy Purse Expenses of Elizabeth of York: Wardrobe Accounts of Edward the ...

Sir Nicholas Harris Nicolas - 1830 - 388 pages
...Edward the Fourth, which marriage they hoped God would bless with a progeny of the race of Kings l, to the great satisfaction of the whole realm." The...throne, expressed their concurrence in the request, and Henry answered that he was willing to comply with their wishes 2. This intimation was too decisive...
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The Court Magazine and Monthly Critic, and Lady's Magazine and ..., Volume 18

1841 - 582 pages
...princess Elizabeth, which marriage they hoped GOD would bless with a progeny of the race of kings." The lords, spiritual and temporal, rising from their seats, and bowing to the throne, signified their concurrence ; and Henry graciously answered that he was willing to comply with their...
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A history of England from the first invasion by the Romans (to the ...

John Lingard - 1848 - 378 pages
...Elizabeth, which D* c. " marriage they hoped God would bless with a progeny " of the race of kingst.-" the lords spiritual and temporal, rising from their seats, and bowing to the throne, signified their concurrence; and Henry graciously answered that he was willing to comply with their...
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A History of England from the First Invasion of the Romans to the ..., Volume 5

John Lingard - 1854 - 378 pages
...Elizabeth, which | " marriage they hoped God would bless with a progeny " of the race of kings t.*" the lords spiritual and temporal, rising from their seats, and bowing to the throne, signified their concurrence ; and Henry graciously answered that he was willing to comply with their...
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A History of England, Volume 5

John Lingard - 1860 - 388 pages
...Elizabeth, which " marriage they hoped Gud would bless with a progeny " of the race of kings -\-.-" the lords spiritual and temporal, rising from their seats, and bowing to the throne, signified their concurrence ; and H enry graciously answered that be was willing to comply with their...
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Vicissitudes of Families: Third Series

Bernard Burke - 1863 - 518 pages
...heirs of his body, by the authority of the said parliament, he would be pleased to espouse the Lady Elizabeth, daughter of King Edward the Fourth, which...though it may well be doubted whether his heart was inclined to the marriage. Certain it is, that the necessary dispensation from the papal court was not...
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Vicissitudes of Families, Volume 2

Bernard Burke - 1869 - 434 pages
...heirs of his body, by the authority of the said parliament, he would be pleased to espouse the Lady Elizabeth, daughter of King Edward the Fourth, which...though it may well be doubted whether his heart was inclined to the marriage. Certain it is, that the necessary dispensation from the papal court was not...
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The History of England: From the First Invasion by the Romans to ..., Volume 4

John Lingard - 1874 - 336 pages
...princess Elizabeth, which marriage they hoped God would bless with a progeny of the race of kings;"' the lords spiritual and temporal, rising from their seats, and bowing to the throne, signified their concurrence ; and Henry graciously answered that he was willing to comply with their...
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The national and domestic history of England, Volume 2

William Hickman S. Aubrey - 1878 - 738 pages
...princess Elizabeth, which marriage they hoped God would bless with a progeny of the race of kings;" the lords spiritual and temporal rising from their seats and bowing to the throne signified their concurrence; and Henry graciously answered that he was willing to comply with their...
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