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" Hiegate hath confessed ; but it was the next day that he came hither. In the end he desyred much that I shuld lodge in his lodging. I have refused it. I have told him that he must be pourged, and that could not be don heere. He said unto me, " I have... "
The History of Scotland: From the Union of the Crowns on the Accession of ... - Page 157
by Malcolm Laing - 1804
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Mary Queen of Scots and Her Accusers: Embracing a Narrative of ..., Volume 1

John Hosack - Scotland - 1869 - 642 pages
...asked Minto himself, who said unto him that he thought it was true. I will talk with him to-morrow upon that point. The rest, as 'Will^ Hiegate hath...but I would rather have gone with yourself." I told .') * The whole of this passage agrees almost word for word with CrawA ford's deposition. him that...
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Mary Queen of Scots, 1542-1587: Extracts from the English, Spanish, and ...

Robert Sangster Rait - 1900 - 327 pages
...hath confessed ; but it was the next day that he came hither. In the end he desyred much that I shuld lodge in his lodging. I have refused it. I have told him that he must be pourged, and that could not be don heere. He said unto me, " I have heard say that you have brought...
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Mary Queen of Scots and who Wrote the Casket Letters?, Volume 2

Samuel Cowan - Casket letters - 1901
...hath confessed ; but it was the next day that he came hither. In the end he desyrcd much that I shuld lodge in his lodging. I have refused it. I have told him that he must be pourged and that could not be don heere. He said unto me " I have heard say that you have brought the...
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The Mystery of Mary Stuart

Andrew Lang - Kings and rulers - 1901 - 452 pages
...hath confessed ; but it was the next daye that he cam hither. In the end he desyred much that I shuld lodge in his lodging. I have refused it. I have told him that he must be pourged and that could not be don heere. He said unto me ' I have hard saye that you have brought the...
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Queen of Scots: The True Life of Mary Stuart

John Alexander Guy - Biography & Autobiography - 2005 - 581 pages
...worse than your uncle's breath, and yet I was sat no nearer to him than in a chair by his bolster." 2. "He desired much that I should lodge in his lodging....he must be purged and that could not be done here." 3. "I told him that so I would myself bring him to Craigmillar, that the physicians and I also might...
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Historisches Taschenbuch

History - 1882
...hath confessed; but it was the next day that he came hithir. In the end he desyred much, that I shuld lodge in his lodging. I have refused it. I have told him that he must be pourged and that could not be don heere. He said unto me „I have heard say that you have brought...
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