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" Kent he rode to Dover, being attended with an hundred of his own servants, at least, in livery, whereof there were forty gentlemen in chains of gold. The train of clergy and gentlemen in the country, and their followers, was above five hundred horse.... "
The Life of John Whitgift, Archbishop of Canterbury in the Times of Q ... - Page 109
by Sir George Paule - 1699 - 182 pages
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Bishop Jewel. Bernard Gilpin. Richard Hooker. Archbishop Whitgift. John ...

Christian biography - 1810
...Dover, being attended with an hundred of his own servants, at least, in livery, whereof there were forty gentlemen in chains of gold. The train of clergy and...country, and their followers, was above five hundred horse. At his entrance into the town, there happily landed an intelligencer from Rome, of good parts,...
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The Ecclesiastical polity and other works of Richard Hooker: with ..., Volume 1

Richard Hooker - Dissenters, Religious - 1830
...Dover, being attended with an hundred of his own servants at least, in livery, whereof there were forty gentlemen in chains of gold. The train of Clergy and...country, and their followers, was above five hundred horse. At his entrance into the town, there happily landed an Intelligencer from Rome, of good parts...
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Contributions, Biographical, Literary, and Philosophical, to the ..., Volume 1

John Foster - 1844
...Dover, being attended with a hundred of his own servants, at least, in livery, whereof there were forty gentlemen in chains of gold. The train of clergy and...gentlemen in the country and their followers, was about five hundred horse. At his entrance into the town, there happily landed an intelligencer from...
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Biographical, Literary, and Philosophical Essays: Contributed to the ...

John Foster - Essays - 1844 - 419 pages
...Dover, being attended with a hundred of his own servants, at least, in livery, whereof there were forty gentlemen in chains of gold. The train of clergy and...gentlemen in the country and their followers, was about five hundred horse. At his entrance into the town, there happily landed an intelligencer from...
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The Martin Marprelate Tracts: A Modernized and Annotated Edition

Martin Marprelate (pseud.), Joseph L. Black - History - 2008 - 315 pages
...least, in liverie, whereof there were fortie Gentlemen in chaines of gold. The traine of Cleargie, and Gentlemen in the Country, and their followers, was above five hundred horse": Paule, Life of Whitgift (1612), 78-79. 29. because of thy rashness, mark whether those poor...
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readings in english social history from contemporary literature

...Dover, being attended with an hundred of his own servants, at least, in Livery, whereof there were forty Gentlemen in Chains of Gold. The Train of Clergy and...Country, and their Followers, was above Five hundred Horse. At his entrance into the Town, there happily land'•d MM Intelligencer from Rome, of good parts,...
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