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" I pray you, let both this and the enclosed be committed to the fire ; as your answer shall be, after it has been communicated to her Majesty, for her satisfaction. ' In a subsequent letter: * I pray you let me know what you have done with my letters,... "
An inquiry, historical and critical, into the evidence against Mary, queen ... - Página 322
por William Tytler - 1790
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Annual Register, Volumen9

Edmund Burke - 1767
...hath feen it.' And in the end of the poftfcript,— « I pray you let me know what you have done wi:h my letters, becaufe they are not fit to be kept, that...fatisfy her majefty therein, who might otherwife take offence thereat ; and, if you intreat this poftfcript in the fame kind, you lhall not err a whit.'...
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Mary queen of Scots vindicated. [With] Additions and corrections

John Whitaker - 1789
...other, as I mean to ufe '" yours after her Majefty hath feen it.'" " In the end of the poftfcript." "' I pray you let me know what you have done with my...letters, becaufe they are not fit to be kept ; that I may fa* *" tisfy her Majefty therein, who might otherwife take of*" fence thereat: and, if you in1reat...
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volumen9

1793
...Mher, as I mean to nfe your's after her majefty hath'feen it.' And in the end of the poltfcript, — ' I pray you let me know what you have done with my...they are not fit to be kept, that I may fatisfy her majelty therein, who might otherivife take offence thereat ; and, if you intreat this poftfcript in...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

1793
...tther, as I mean to ufe your's after her majefty hath feen it.' And in the end of the poftlcript, — ' I pray you let me know what you have done with my letters, becaufe they are not tit to be kept, that I may fatisfy her majeity therein, who might otherwife take offence thereat; and,...
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Annual Register, Volumen9

1803
...other, as I mean to ufe your's after her majeftv hath feen it.1 And in the end of the poftlcript, — ' I pray you let me know what you have done with my letterf, becaufe they are not fit to be kept, that I may fatisfy her majefty therein, who might ollierwife...
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The Life of Mary, Queen of Scots: Drawn from the State Papers ..., Volumen3

George Chalmers - 1822
...other, as I mean to use yours after her Majesty hath seen it." ' " In the end of the postscript." ' " I pray you let me know what you have done with my letters, because they are not fit to be kept ; that I may satisfy her Majesty therein, who might otherwise take...
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Constable's miscellany of original and selected publications

Constable and co, ltd - 1828
...answer shall be, after it has been communicated to her Majesty, for her satisfaction. ' In a subsequent letter: * I pray you let me know what you have done with my letters, because they are not fit to be kept, that I may satisfy her Majesty therein, who might otherwise take...
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Life of Mary queen of Scots, Volumen2

Henry Glassford Bell - 1831
...answer shall be, after it has been communicated to her Majesty, for her satisfaction.' In a subsequent letter : ' I pray you let me know what you have done with my letters, because they are not fit to be kept, that I may satisfy her Majesty therein, who might otherwise take...
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The Family Library (Harper)., Volumen22

1846
...answer shall be, after it has been communicated to her majesty for her satisfaction.* In a subsequent letter : ' I pray you let me know what you have done with my letters, because they are" not fit to be kept, that 1 may satisfy her majesty therein, who might otherwise take...
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Mary Stuart, Her Guilt Or Innocence: An Inquiry Into the Secret History of ...

Alexander M'Neel-Caird - 1866 - 271 páginas
...answer shall be, after it has been communicated to her Majesty, for her satisfaction." In a subsequent letter : " I pray you let me know what you have done with my letters, because they are not fit to be kept, that I may satisfy her Majesty therein, who might otherwise take...
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