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" ... things had gone so far that there could be no doubt about it, and that most certainly England was very well disposed at the present time for this movement being attempted there. "
The Letters and memorials of William, cardinal Allen: (1532-1594) - PÓgina xli
per William Allen - 1882 - 480 pÓgines
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volum 187

1898
...knew all this from what many ' of them had declared when treating of their consciences, ' that these things had gone so far that there could be no ' doubt...that most certainly England was very ' well disposed for the movement.' We are therefore driven to the conclusion that Persons, during the fourteen months...
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Records of the English Catholics Under the Penal Laws, Chiefly from ..., Volum 2

1882
...disposition ; for all that part which borders upon Scotland is full of catholics, and there too lie the estates of the Earl of Westmorland, whom your...Scotland and Dr Allen, an English ecclesiastic of great name, who is president of the seminary of that nation at Reims, and through whose hands likewise the...
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A Critical Examination of Irish History: Being a Replacement of the ..., Volum 1

Thomas Dunbar Ingram - 1900
...Letters to Hie Catholic Clergy, p. 129. the invasion projected by the Guises about that year, and that " things had gone so far that there could be no doubt...present time for this movement being attempted there ".1 In May of the same year, the Papal Nuncio in Paris wrote to the Pope that the Duke of Guise had...
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A Critical Examination of Irish History: Being a Replacement of the ..., Volum 1

Thomas Dunbar Ingram - 1900
...by the Guises about that year, and that " things had gone so far that there could be no doubtabout it, and that most certainly England was very well...present time for this movement being attempted there ".' In May of the same year, the Papal Nuncio in Paris wrote to the Pope that the Duke of Guise had...
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Collected Essays and Reviews of Thomas Graves Law

Thomas Graves Law - 1904 - 406 pÓgines
...he knew all this from what many of them had declared when treating of their consciences, that these things had gone so far that there could be no doubt...that most certainly England was very well disposed for the movement' We are therefore driven to the conclusion that Parsons, during the fourteen months...
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