Letters and Papers Illustrative of the Reigns of Richard III. and Henry VII, 2. köide

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Longman, Green, Longman, and Roberts, 1863 - 4 pages
 

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Page liii - against my will they made me to learn English, and taught me what I should do and say.' Such is the story of Warbeck's early life as contained in the confession. Walpole urges, as one objection to it, that it makes him learn English twice over.
Page lxviii - Striveling, bot ahortlie he fell to the ground and brak his thee [thigh] bane ; bot the wyt thairof he asscryvit to that thair was sum hen fedderis in the wingis quhilk yarnit and covet the mydding and not the skyis.

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