The Children of Henry VIII Quotes

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"Wherefore I shall desire you to think that a greater matter than this could not make me impute any unkindness in you, for I am a friend not won with trifles, no lost with the like," (p. 55). A letter written from the Lady Elizabeth to Admiral Seymour, after Elizabeth was sent away from the household in fear of scandal. She is trying to maintain normality.

"My lord, these are shameful slanders, for the which I shall most heartily desire you lordship that I may come to the court that I may show myself there as I am," (p. 71). The Lady Elizabeth denying any pre-contract with Admiral Seymour.

"The Lord Admiral was sore charged with high treason, great falsehoods and marvelous heinous misdemeanors against the King's Majesty and the Royal Crown," (p. 76). The Council's ruling on the Admiral's guilt.

"This day died a man of much wit and little...

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