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" The day after this conversation, the Queen, on her return from hunting, told me that Lord Robert's wife was dead or nearly so, and begged me to say nothing about it. Assuredly it is a matter full of shame and infamy... "
Proceedings of the Literary & Philosophical Society of Liverpool - 159. oldal
szerző: Literary and Philosophical Society of Liverpool - 1878
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National Review, 18. kötet

1864
...improvement in the queen : she will be his enemy and her own to the last, as I have always told him. Since this was written the death of Lord Robert's...collo.' It seems that she fell down a staircase." This is a good example of the kind of historical contributions afforded by the ambassador's despatches....

Proceedings, 32. kötet

Literary and Philosophical Society of Liverpool - 1878
...unexpected matters have taken place here, that I think it right to give you immediate information of them. marriage with the Archduke. She said she had made...publicly. The Queen said, in Italian, ' Que si ha rotto il It seems that she fell down a staircase " * Upon this, I need only remark that it is highly improbable...

The National Review, 18. kötet

Richard Holt Hutton, Walter Bagehot - 1864
...improvement in the queen : she will be his enemy and her own to the last, as I have always told him. Since this was written the death of Lord Robert's...collo.' It seems that she fell down a staircase." This is a good example of the kind of historical contributions afforded by the ambassador's despatches....

History of England from the Fall of Wolsey to the Death of Elizabeth, 7. kötet

James Anthony Froude - 1863
...CHAP iv as I have always told him. 1560 ' Since this was written the death of Lord Robert's &Pt<;mbcr wife has been given out publicly. The Queen said in...ha rotto il collo." It seems that she fell down a staircase.'1 Many difficulties present themselves on reading this letter. It seems so unlikely that...

Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, 61. kötet

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1864
...told me that Lord Robert's wife was dead, or nearly so, and begged me to say nothing about it. ... " Since this was written the death of Lord Robert's...publicly. The queen said in Italian : ' Que si ha rotto il eolio.' It seems that she fell down a staircaise."— Vol. i. pp. 277-281. From the documents relating...

History of England: From the Fall of Wolsey to the Death of Elizabeth, 7. kötet

James Anthony Froude - 1867
...improvement in the Queen : she will be his enemy and her own to the last, as I have always told him. " Since this was written the death of Lord Robert's...said in Italian — " Que si ha rotto il collo." It appears that she fell down a staircase." J Many difficulties present themselves on reading this letter....

The British Quarterly Review, 39. kötet

Henry Allon - 1864
...told me that Lord Robert's wife was dead, or nearly so, and begged me to say nothing about it. ... ' Since this was written the death of Lord Robert's...ha rotto il collo." It seems that she fell down a staircase.'—Vol. i. pp. 277— 281. From the documents relating to the end of Amy Robsart before...

History of England from the Fall of Wolsey to the Death of Elizabeth, 7. kötet

James Anthony Froude - 1870
...improvement in the Queen : she will be his enemy and her own to the last, as I have always told him. " Since this was written the death of Lord Robert's...said in Italian — " Que si ha rotto il collo." It appears that she fell down a staircase." l Many difficulties present themselves on reading this letter....

The Christian Ambassador, 9. kötet

1871
...improvement in the Queen ; she will be your enemy, and her own to the last, as I have always said. Since this was written the death of Lord Robert's wife has been given out publicly. It seems that she fell down a staircase." This is a good example of the kind of historical contribution...

History of England from the Fall of Wolsey to the Defeat of the ..., 6. kötet

James Anthony Froude - 1875
...improvement in the Queen : she will be his enemy and her own to the last, as I have always told him. ' Since this was written the death of Lord Robert's...said in Italian — ' Que si ha rotto il collo.' It appears that she fell down a staircase.' Many difficulties present themselves on reading this letter....




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