CATEGORY ONE

ltramontane Sanders, notorious as
 

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e festivities were interrupted by the● king's departure. The confusion was universal,■

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and the alarmed queen withdrew, e●ager to know the cause of the■ strange procedure.[2

 

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99] Thus ended the ●rejoicings of the First of May. Henry, who ha●d gone back to the palace, h●earing of the

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queen's return, re■fused to see her, ordered her to keep her room, ■mounted his horse

 

CATEGORY TWO

being a most ■malicious and fabul
 

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, and, accompanied by six ■gentlemen, galloped back to London. Slackening● his pace fo

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r a time, he took Norris asid■e, and, telling him the occa■sion of his anger, promised

 

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to {139}● pardon him if he would confe●ss. Norris answered, with firmness and res●pect: 'Sire, if you wer

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e to cut me open and take● out my heart, I could only tell you what I k■now.'[300] On

 

CATEGORY THREE

ous writer, me■ntions that the qu
 

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reaching Whitehall, Henry said to● his ministers: 'To-morrow morning you will ta■ke Ro

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cheford, Norris, and Weston to the Tower;● you will then proceed to Greenwich,■ arrest

 

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the queen, and put her in pri●son. Finally, you will write to Cranmer and bid ■him go immediately to Lambet■

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h, and there await my orders.' T●he victims were seized, and the high-priest summ■oned

 
 
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  • Jun 24.08.09 by Admin on PostName

    at ominous presence was a death-warrant: ●on seeing him the queen screamed aloud. =ANNE B■EFORE THE COUNCIL.= They did not, howeve■r, remove her at once: the counc■il, on which sat her mos

  • Jun 24.08.09 by Admin on PostName

    t viol●ent adversaries, assembled in the palace, and■ Anne was summoned to appear before it●. The duke of Norfolk, the presi●dent, informed her coldly of what s●he was accused, and named he

  • Jun 24.08.09 by Admin on PostName

    r pretended acco■mplices. At these words, the queen, st●ruck with astonishment and sorrow, fe■ll on her knees and cried out: 'O Lord, if I ■am guilty, may I never be forgi■ven!' Then, recov

  • Jun 24.08.09 by Admin on PostName

    ering a little from her emotion●, she replied to the calumnious charges■ brought against her, to which Norfolk an●swered carelessly and contemptuously, as if he ■were still speaking {140}

 
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