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" I saw one of them, who was Duke of Exeter* (but he concealed his name), following the Duke of Burgundy's train bare-foot and bare-legged, begging his bread from door to door. This person was the next of the house of Lancaster ; he had married King Edward's... "
Royal Descents and Pedigrees of Founders' Kin - Page 81
by Bernard Burke - 1864 - 400 pages
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The historical memoirs of Philip de Comines

Philippe de Commynes - 1817 - 570 pages
...duke of Burgundy received them, that no common beggar conld have been in greater: I saiv one of them, who was duke of Exeter, but he concealed his name, following the duke of Burgundy's train bare-foot aud bare-legged, begging his bread from No, 35. ' x door to door : this person was the next of the...
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William Caxton: The First English Printer: a Biography

Charles Knight - 1844 - 252 pages
...received them, that no common beggar could have been in greater ; I saw one of them, who was Duke tedue. of Exeter (but he concealed his name), following the Duke of Burgundy's train bare-foot and bare- . legged, begging his bread from door to door : this person was the next of the house of Lancaster...
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The Old Printer and the Modern Press

Charles Knight - 1854 - 350 pages
...Duke of Burgundy received them, that no common beggar could have been in greater ; I saw one of them, who was Duke of Exeter (but he concealed his name),...this person was the next of the house of Lancaster ; had married King Edward's sister : and being afterAvards known, had a small pension allowed him for...
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The memoirs of Philip de Commines. To which is added, The ..., Volume 1

Philippe de Comines - 1855 - 490 pages
...the Duke of Burgundy received them, that no common beggar could have been poorer. I saw one of them, who was Duke of Exeter* (but he concealed his name),...sister, and being afterwards known, had a small pension allowed him for his subsistence. There were also some of the family of the Somersets^ and several others,...
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Popular History of England, Volume 2

Charles Knight - 1857 - 560 pages
...that no common beggar could have been in greater. I saw one of them, who was duke of Exeter, but who concealed his name, following the duke of Burgundy's...bare-legged, begging his bread from door to door. This man was next of the house of Lancaster ; had married king Edward's sister ; and being afterwards known...
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Vicissitudes of Families: And Other Essays, Volume 1

John Bernard Burke - 1860 - 608 pages
...the Duke of Burgundy received them, that no common beggar could have been poorer. I saw one of them, who was Duke of Exeter — but he concealed his name...sister, and, being afterwards known, had a small pension allowed him for his subsistence. There were also some of the family of the Somersets, and several others,...
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The Bromley Record and Monthly Advertiser, Volume 1, Issue 48

1865 - 894 pages
...Duke of Burgundy received them, that no ccmmon beggar could have been greater ; I saw one of them, who was Duke of Exeter (but he concealed his name) following the Duke of Burgundy's train barefoot, begging his bread from door to door." But the policy of Charles the Rash after his accession to the...
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Vicissitudes of Families, Volume 1

Bernard Burke - 1869 - 428 pages
...the Duke of Burgundy received them, that no common beggar could have been poorer. I saw one of them, who was Duke of Exeter— but he concealed his name...sister, and being afterwards known, had a small pension allowed him for his subsistence. There were also some of the family of the Somersets, and several others...
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History of Europe, from the decadence of the Western empire to the Reformation

Sutherland Menzies - 1877 - 386 pages
...them, that no common beggar could be in greater. I saw one of them, who was Duke of Exeter, but who concealed his name, following the Duke of Burgundy's...barelegged, begging his bread from door to door. This man was next to the house of Lancaster, had married King Edward's sister, and being afterwards known...
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William Caxton, the First English Printer: A Biography

Charles Knight - 1877 - 174 pages
...Duke of Burgundy received them, tliat no common beggar could have been in greater; I saw one of them, who was Duke of Exeter (but he concealed his name), following the Duke of Burgundy's train Ipare-foot and bare-legged, begging his bread from door to door : this person was the next oŁ; the...
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