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" Presently Raleigh cast and spread his new plush cloak on the ground ; whereon the queen trod gently, rewarding him afterwards with many suits, for his so free and seasonable tender of so fair a footcloth. "
The Wonders of the Little World, Or, A General History of Man: Displaying ... - Página 352
de Nathaniel Wanley - 1806
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The Life of Sir Walter Ralegh: From His Birth to His Death on the Scaffold ...

William Oldys - 1740 - 576 páginas
...his fo free and feafonable Tender offo fair a Foot- cloth : Thus an advantageous Admijfion into, the Notice of a Prince, is, more than half a Degree to Preferment. Aftdf ttys, Ralegh coming to Court, and finding fome ,Hopes of the Queen's Favour reflecting upon him,...
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Theatrum poetarum anglicanorum: Containing the name and characters of all ...

Edward Phillips - 1800 - 342 páginas
...his Jo free and favourable tender of fo fair a footcloth : thus an advantageous admifllon into the notice of a prince, is more than half a degree to preferment."* The truth is, Raleigh always made a very elegant appearance, as well in the fplendor of his attire,...
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The Wonders of the Little World; Or, A General History of Man ..., Volumen 1

Nathaniel Wanley, William Johnston - 1806
...gently, rewarding him after wards with many suits for his so free and seasonable tender of so fa' ra foot-cloth. An advantageous admittance into the first...half a degree, to preferment. When Sir Walter found home hopes of the queen's favour reflecting on him, he wrote on a glass window obvious to the queen's...
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Blackwood's Magazine, Volumen 204

1918
...and spread his new plush oloak on the ground, whereon the Queen trod gently, rewarding him afterwards with many suits for his so free and seasonable tender of so fair a foot-oloth." So Fuller writes with essential truth. Had Ralegh met the Queen in a plashy place, he...
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Illustrations, Critical, Historical, Biographical, and ..., Volumen 2

Richard Warner - 1824
...spread his new plush cloak on the ground, whereupon the queen trod gently, rewarding him thereafter with many suits for his so free and seasonable tender of so fair a foot-clo$i" The more probable occasion, however, of the first interview of Rawleigh with Elizabeth,...
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The Percy Anecdotes: Original and Select [by] Sholto and Reuben ..., Volumen 3

1826
...cloak on the ground, whereon the queen trod gently, rewarding him afterwards with many suits for liis so free and seasonable tender of so fair a foot-cloth....first notice of a prince, is more than half a degree of preferment. When Sir Walter found some hopes of tho queen's favour reflecting on him, he wrote on...
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The Percy Anecdotes: Original and Select, Volumen 3

1826
...cloak on the ground, whereon the queen trod gently, rewarding him afterwards with many suits for bis so free and seasonable tender of so fair a foot-cloth...." An advantageous admittance into the first notice 4>f a. prince, is more than half a degree of preferment. ^When Sir Walter found some hopes of the queen's...
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The lives

Sir Walter Raleigh, Thomas Birch, William Oldys - 1829
...his new plush " cloak on the ground, whereon the queen trod gently over, " rewarding him afterwards with many suits for his so free and " seasonable tender of so fair a footcloth. Thus an advan" tagcous admission,'" says he, " into the notice of a prince " is more than liaifa degree...
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The Percy Anecdotes, Revised Edition: To which is Added, a Valuable ...

1852
...plush cloak on the ground, whereon the queen trod gently, rewarding him afterwards with шапу suite hadhtwvtaMxMf&v to яоше wounded officers who...surgeons, who had been dressing the wounded rebel off of preferment. When Sir Walter found some hopes of the queen's favor reflecting on him, he wrote on...
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The Percy Anecdotes ...

1839
...plush cloak on the ground, whereon the queen trod gently, rewarding him afterwards with many snits for his so free and seasonable tender of so fair a...first notice of a prince, is more than half a degree of preferment. When Sir Walter found some hopes of the queen's favor reflecting on him, he wrote on...
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