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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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Private Devotions and Miscellanies of James, Seventh Earl of ..., Volumen 66

James Stanley Earl of Derby - 1843
...touchingly said to William Penderel, his lordship's late faithful protector : " This is the KING ; thou must have a care of him, and preserve him as thou didst me." The king, after being disguised, was conducted by the other brother, Richard Penderel, out of a back...
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Life of Oliver Cromwell

François Guizot - 1868 - 452 páginas
...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 1 Commons' Journals, vol. vii. pp. 12 — 16 ; OM Parliamentary History,...
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Walks in the Black Country and Its Green Border-land

Elihu Burritt - 1868 - 448 páginas
...sovereign, or rather inversely. The Earl pointed to Charles and said to William, " This is the King ; thou must have a care of him, and preserve him as thou didst me." For the Earl of Derby had already tested the hospitality and security of Boscobel as a hiding-place,...
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Lancashire: Its Puritanism and Nonconformity

Robert Halley - 1872 - 568 páginas
...committed his sovereign to his own protector, William Penderel, with the charge, ' This is the king : thou must have a care of him, and preserve him as thou didst me.' Fearing suspicions might arise in the neighbourhood from the number of strangers sheltered in the house,...
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Around and about Old England

Clara L. Matéaux - 1877 - 247 páginas
...them, who stood looking on in amazement, " See, honest William Penderel, this is thy king and mine ! thou must have a care of him, and preserve him, as thou didst me." And William, looking up with his blue eyes — honest and true — simply answered, that he would do so,...
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Historical Sketches of the House of Stanley and Biography of Edward Geoffrey ...

Thomas Aspden - 1877 - 112 páginas
...touchingly said to Richard Penderel, his own faithful protector a few days before, " This is the KISG ; thou must have a care of him, and preserve him as thou didst me." The King, after being disguised, was conducted by William Penderel eut of a back door of the house,...
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Readings from English history, selected and ed. by J.R. Green, Volumen 2

John Richard Green - 1879
...Giffard, undertook 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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Blackie's comprehensive school series

Blackie and son, ltd - 1880
...Earl of Derby, who was one of the party. He pointed to Charles and said to William, "This is the king; thou must have a care of him and preserve him as thou didst me." The earl had already tested the- security of Boscobel as a hiding-place, and it was he who recommended...
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English (The Granville) history readers, Número 4

Thomas J. Livesey - 1881
...Giffard, undertook 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,1 and concealed him in the adjoining woods. It was...
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Boscobel ...

Thomas Blount - 1887 - 67 páginas
...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...thou must have a care of him, and preserve him as them didst me." And Mr. Giftard did also much conjure Richard to have a special care of his charge...
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