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" I speak to him of Wallcar, and saith that he will pluck his ears from his head, and that he lieth; for I asked him before of that, and what cause he had to complain of some of the lords, and to threaten them. "
The History of Scotland: From the Union of the Crowns on the Accession of ... - Page 157
by Malcolm Laing - 1804
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The History of Scotland: From the Union of the Crowns on the ..., Volume 2

Malcolm Laing - Scotland - 1804
...I would rather have gone with yourself. I told him that so I would myself bring him to Craigmfflar, that his physicians and I also might serve him without...(1568, Caligula, c. 1.) and in her letter to archbishop Beton, written in Scotch with her own hand, " Hiegate, being enqnyrit, in our council, o/~his communication...
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Mary Queen of Scots and Her Accusers: Embracing a Narrative of ..., Volume 1

John Hosack - Scotland - 1869 - 642 pages
...to be seen, and waxeth angry when I speak to him of Wallcar, and saith that he will pluck his ears from his head, and that he lieth; for I asked him...the lords, and to threaten them. He denyeth it, and saith that he had already prayed them to think no such matter of him. As for myself, he would rather...
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Tagebuch der unglücklichen Schottenkönigin Maria Stuart: während ..., Volume 2

Mary (Queen of Scots) - 1882
...to be seen and waxeth angry when I speake to him of Wallcar, and saith that he .will pluck his ears .from his head, and that he lieth ; for I asked him before of that, and what cause he had to complayn of som of the lords and to threaten them. He denyeth it, and. said that he had allready prayed...
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Mary, Queen of Scots, 1542-1587: Extracts from the English, Spanish, and ...

Robert Sangster Rait - 1900 - 327 pages
...to be seen and waxeth angry when I speake to him of Wallcar, and saith that he will pluck his ears from his head, and that he lieth ; for I asked him before of that, and what cause he had to complayn of some of the lords and to threaten them. He deneyth it, and saith that he had allready prayed...
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Mary Queen of Scots and who Wrote the Casket Letters?, Volume 2

Samuel Cowan - Casket letters - 1901
...dcsyre to be seen and waxeth angry when I speake to him of Wallcar and saith that he will pluck his ears from his head, and that he lieth ; for I asked him before of that, and what cause he had to complayn of the lords and to threaten them. He denyeth it, and saith that he had allready prayed them...
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The Mystery of Mary Stuart

Andrew Lang - Kings and rulers - 1901 - 452 pages
...speake to him of Wallcar and sayth that he will pluck his eares from his head, and that he lyeth ; for I asked him before of that, and what cause he had to complayne of some of the lords and to threaten them. He denyeth it, and sayth that he had allready...
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Historisches Taschenbuch

History - 1882
...to be seen and waxeth angry when I speake to him of Wallcar, and saith that he will pluck his ears from his head, and that he lieth; for I asked him before of that, and what cause he had to complayn of som of the lords and to threaten them. He denyeth it, and saith that he had allready prayed...
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Queen of Scots: The True Life of Mary Stuart

John Alexander Guy - Biography & Autobiography - 2005 - 581 pages
...me a letter to sign to put him in prison, and to kill him if he did resist." 3. "I asked him . . . what cause he had to complain of some of the lords and to threaten them. He denieth it, and saith that he had already prayed them to think no such matter of him. As for myself,...
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