Notices of the Historic Persons Buried in the Chapel of St. Peter Ad Vincula; In the Tower of London. with an Account of the Discovery of the Supposed

Bell, Doyne Courtenay

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Synopsis: This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1877 Excerpt: ...but rather submyttynge my selfe to this wh God hath prepared; and thus cotisiderynge the weaknes of my flesh and bloude, that at such tyme a man's senses wyll p'tely fayle, I do mynde to direct my speach into thre partes, desiringc yaw to take it full and wholl, and not to tore it in peaces. For first, in dealing matt'e temporall toward the quene of Scottes, I dealte not as a good subjccte, for that I made not tl;e quene's ma" privye thereunto, wh indeade I confcsse I ought not to have done; and for thys offence I was commytted to this howse (poyntynge to the Tower), and upon my humble submyssion deliv'ed thence, then makynge promysse to the quene's ma"% whom I pray God long to prosper, and prefer, never to deale in those matters agayne. But contrary to my promysse and submyssion to the qucne's mat" clemencyo towardes me, w"' hath and doth greve me more than anythinge hath done, I dealt in that matter againe, partely for savinge my liffe and other causes wh I could alledge.' Here Mr Shcriffe Bramithe, standinge by the duke, desired him very courteously to make an ende as shorte as myght be, for tyme did spende. Then the duke did begyne againe, and said 'yt hath bene saide that I toke my othe and received the communion that I should not deale in those matters agayne, wh is untrue; and ycat the othe--(now M' X'pofer, one of the officers, hearinge thies wordes, desired the duke to be shorte, for we are come hither to see you put to execution, and we must not delay, while thies speaches passe from yow, for in this wo hassarde o" lives). Then the duke said 'I do not excuse myself, but I come to discharge my conscience, and to acquyte my peares, and not to complaine of injustice, for I have deserved this, and more a greate deale, in that ...

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