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" Yates to provide some victuals, and bring it into the wood at a place he appointed her. She presently made ready a mess of milk, and some butter and eggs, and brought them to his majesty in the wood, who, being a little surprised to see the woman (no... "
A NARRATIVE OF THE ADVENTURES OF CHARLES THE SECOND AFTER THE BATTLE OF ... - Página 12
de battle of worcester - 1859
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Monarchy revived; being the personal history of Charles the second, to his ...

Francis Eglesfield - 1822
...butter. His Majesty being something surprised at the presence of the woman that brought his dinner, said to her, " Good woman, can you be faithful to a distressed Cavalier ?" To which she answered very heartily, — " Yes, Sir, I will rather die than discover you:" which...
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The Shropshire gazetteer

Shropshire gazetteer - 1824
...was somewhat alarmed at the sight of a strange face, till demanding of the good woman if she could " be faithful to a distressed cavalier," she answered "yes Sir, I will die before 1 will betray you." At night the King was conducted to Hobbal Grange, the habitation of...
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The Percy Anecdotes: Original and Select, Volumen 12

1826
...some butter and eggs, and brought them to bis majesty in the wood ; who, surprised to see the woman, said cheerfully to her, " Good woman, can you be faithful to a distressed cavalier ?" " Ye«, sir," she replied, " I will die rather than discover you." When it grew dark, his majesty...
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Austin Hall; Or, After Dinner Conversations, Between a Father and His ...

1831
...eggs to the wood. Charles was startled at seeing her, but said in his own cheerful frank manner, " Good woman, can you be faithful to a distressed cavalier ?" She answered, " Yes, sir ; I will die rather than discover you.'' On Thursday night, when it grew dark, Charles left the wood, with the...
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Sketches of English literature: with considerations on the spirit ..., Volumen 2

François-René Chateaubriand (vicomte de) - 1836
...wood ; who, being a little surpriz'd to see the woman (no good concealer of a secret) said chearfully to her : ' Good woman, can you be faithful to a distressed cavalier ? ' She answered, ' Yes, Sir ; I will die rather than discover you : ' with which answer his majesty was well satisfied. " On Thursday night...
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Memoirs of the Court of Charles the Second

Anthony Hamilton (Count) - 1846 - 546 páginas
...said cheerfully to her, "Good woman, can yon be faithful to a distressed cavalier ? " She ^iswered, " Yes, Sir, I will rather die than discover you." 'With,...did from Abigail's, " that which she brought him." * The Lord Wilmot in the interim took John Penderel for his gTiide, but knew not determiDately whither...
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Memoirs of the Court of Charles the Second

Anthony Hamilton (Count) - 1846 - 546 páginas
...butter and eggs, and brought them to his majesty in the wood, who, being a little surprised to see the woman (no good concealer of a secret), said cheerfully...answered, " Yes, Sir, I will rather die than discover yon." With which answer his majesty was well satisfied, and received from her hands, as David did from...
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The Church-warder and domestic magazine, Volúmenes 1-2

1847
...butter and eggs, and brought them to his Majesty in the wood; who, being a little surprised to see the woman, (no good concealer of a secret,) said cheerfully...faithful to a distressed cavalier ?" She answered, " Yes, . «ir; I will die rather than discover you.' With which answer his Majesty was well satisfied. ATTENDED...
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The St. James's magazine and heraldic and historical register, ed. by J.B. Burke

sir John Bernard Burke - 1850
...worse feeling — might lead to a disclosure. But Yates's wife was a Penderei, and when Charles said to her,— " Good woman, can you be faithful to a distressed cavalier?" She answered readily and truly, — " Yes, sir ; I will die rather than discover you!" And with this additional...
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Royal visits and progresses to Wales, and the border counties

Edward Parry - 1851
...startled at the sight of her, and not knowing whether the Pendrills had intrusted her with the secret, he said cheerfully to her, ' Good woman, can you be faithful...distressed cavalier ? ' she answered, ' Yes, sir, I would rather die than discover you.' On Tuesday night, when it was quite dark, his Majesty resolved...
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