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" This is the king," pointing to his majesty ; " thou must have a care of him, and preserve him as thou didst me. "
Memoirs of the Court of Charles the Second - Página 494
de Anthony Hamilton (Count) - 1846 - 546 páginas
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Boscobel: or, The history of his sacred majesties ... preservation after the ...

Thomas Blount, Anne Wyndham - 1748
...he arrived_with them, William came, and both were brought into the Parlour to the Earl of Derby, who immediately carried them into an inner Parlour (where the King was) and told D Willium William Penderel, fkis is the King (pointing to his Majefty) thou muft have a Care of him,...
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Remains, Historical and Literary, Connected with the Palatine ..., Volumen 2

1844 - 371 páginas
...Sovereign to his own former protector, William Fendercl, at Boscobel, with the charge, " This is the KINO. Thou must have a care of Him, and preserve Him, as thou didst me." Mr. Hughes (p. 36) observes that the Scots were only to be kept to their ranks "by a retrograde movement."...
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The Marlborough magazine

Marlborough coll - 1859
...entrusted the safety of Charles. " This is the king," said the Earl of Derby to William Penderel, " thou must have a care of him, and preserve him as thou didst me." The danger was even now imminent, as a troop of horse was quartered at Cotsal, a place only three miles...
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Historic Scenes and Poetic Fancies

Agnes Strickland - 1850 - 400 páginas
...himself in particular to William Penderel, and pointing at his majesty, he said, " This is the king; thou must have a care of him, and preserve him, as thou didst me." William, in the sincerity of an honest heart, promised that he would do so, while Charles Giffard was...
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Royal visits and progresses to Wales, and the border counties

Edward Parry - 1851
...where the Earl of Derby and the King were. The Earl, addressing William Pendrill, said, ' William, thou must have a care of him, and preserve him as thou didst me.' Mr. Giffard also gave strict charge to Richard, but these loyal brothers required no charge to stimulate...
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History of Oliver Cromwell and the English Commonwealth: From the ..., Volumen 1

M. Guizot (François) - 1854
...Giffard, had undertaken to secure his safety. " This is the king," said Mr. Giffard to William Penderell; "thou must have a care of him, and preserve him as thou didst me." They accordingly took Charles to Boscobel House, and concealed him in the adjoining woods. It was raining...
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History of Oliver Cromwell and the English Commonwealth: From the ..., Volumen 1

Guizot (M., François) - 1854
...had undertaken to secure his safety. "This is the king," said Mr. Giffard to William Penderell ; " thou must have a care of him, and preserve him as thou didst me." They accordingly took Charles to Boscobel House, and concealed him in the adjoining woods. It was raining...
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The Boscobel Tracts: Relating to the Escape of Charles the Second After the ...

John Hughes - 1857 - 399 páginas
...them, William came, and both were brought * 2 Sam. xvi. 14. into the parlour to the Earl of Derby, who immediately carried them into an inner parlour (where...thou didst me." And Mr Giffard did also much conjure Eichard to have a special care of his charge ; to which commands the two brothers yielded ready obedience....
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The wits and beaux of society, by Grace and Philip Wharton

Katherine Thomson, John Cockburn Thomson - 1860
...and William were called into the royal presence. Lord Derby then said to them, ' This is the King; have a care of him, and preserve him as thou didst me.' Then the attendant courtiers began undressing the King. They took off his buff-coat, and put on him...
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THE WITS AND BEAUX OF SOCIETY

GRACE AND PHILIP WHARTON - 1861
...and William were called into the royal presence. Lord Derby then said to them, " This is the King ; have a care of him, and preserve him as thou didst me." Then the attendant courtiers began undressing the King. They took off his buff-coat, and put on him...
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