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" ... except every one of them could put into his one head all their several wits, he alone in so weighty a matter was unmeet to make his grace answer. "
The Miscellaneous Works of the Right Honourable Sir James Mackintosh: Three ... - Страница 57
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Том 4

1819
...the urch. But Wolsey out of his love of tie a matter was unfit to make his Grace answeare. Whearuppon the Cardinal!, displeased with Sir Thomas More, that...this Parliament in all things satisfied his desire, suddenlie arose and departed. " And after the Parliament ended, in his gallerie at White hall at Westminster...

Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Том 4

1819
...soe weightie a matter was unfit to make his Grace answeare. Whearuppon the Cardinal), dis. pleased with Sir Thomas More, that had not in this Parliament in all things satisfied his desire, suddenlie arose and departed. " And after the Parliament ended, in his gallerie at White hall at Westminster...

The Edinburgh monthly magazine [afterw.] Blackwood's Edinburgh ..., Том 4

1819
...several! wilts, he alone in soe weightie a matter was unfit to make his Grace answeare. Whearupnon the Cardinal!, displeased with Sir Thomas More, that had not in this Parliament in all tlu'ngs satisfied his desire, suddcnlie arose and departed. " And after the Parliament ended, in his...

The Life of Sir Thomas More

William Roper, Samuel Weller Singer - 1822 - 195 страници
...had all with their voices trusted him, yet except every one of them could put into his one head all their several wits, he alone in so weighty a matter...satisfied his desire, suddenly arose and departed. And after the parliament ended, in his gallery at Whitehall in Westminster he uttered unto him all...

The Life of Sir Thomas More

Cresacre More - 1828 - 376 страници
...the fact, calls the person Marney, which is right, could put their sundry wits into his head, that he alone in so weighty a matter was unmeet to make his grace a sufficient answer. Whereupon the cardinal, displeased with Sir Thomas, that he had not in that parliament...

Eminent British Statesmen: Sir Thomas More [by Sir J. Mackintosh] Cardinal ...

1831
...they had all with their voices trusted him, yet except every one of them could put into his own head their several wits, he alone in so weighty a matter...and quiet steadiness of More's character, and also as a proof how he perceived the strength which the commons had gained hy the power of the purse, which...

The Republic of Letters: A Weekly Republication of Standard Literature, Том 3

1835
...they had all with their voices trusted him, yet except every one of them could put into his own head their several wits, he alone in so weighty a matter...and quiet steadiness of More's character, and also as a proof how he perceived the strength which the commons had gained by the power of the purse, which...

The Republic of Letters: A Weekly Republication of Standard Literature, Том 3

1835
...they had all with their voices trusted him, yet except every one of them could put into his own head their several wits, he alone in so weighty a matter...Thomas More, that had not in this parliament in all ttings satisfied his desire, suddenly arose and departed."* This passage deservel attention as a specimen...

The history of England...By the Right Hon. Sir James Mackintosh

Sir James Mackintosh - 1836
...had all with their voices trusted him, yet except every one of them could put into his one head all their several wits, he alone in so weighty a matter...satisfied his desire, suddenly arose and departed." Roper's Life of Sir Thomas More. 'X7 •,* ADVERTISEMENT IS. ^ SIR JAMES MACKINTOSH. THE following...

Distinguished Men of Modern Times, Том 1

Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (Great Britain) - 1838
...profound silence ; and the Speaker declared that, " except every member could put into his one head all their several wits, he alone in so weighty a matter was unmeet to make his Grace answer." After the parliament had broken up, Wolsey expressed his displeasure against the Speaker in his own...




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