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" I have intrusted to thee what I hold dearest in this world, except my wife and children : I mean the town and castle of Calais, which thou hast sold to the French, and for which thou deservest death. "
The Romance of History: England - Seite 317
von Henry Neele - 1828
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The Portfolio of Entertaining & Instructive Varieties in History ..., Band 4

1827
...thou'knowest that I have entrusted to thee what I hold dearest in this world, after my wife and children, — the town and castle of Calais, which thou hast sold...true ; but there is yet time to break the disgraceful hargain. I have not yet received one penny of the filthy lucre for which I agreed to deliver this town...
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Chronicles of England, France, Spain, and the Adjoining Countries,: From the ...

Jean Froissart, Sainte-Palaye (M. de La Curne de, Jean-Baptiste de La Curne) - 1839
...knowest that I have intrusted to thee what I hold dearest in this world, except my wife and childien, I mean the town and castle of Calais, which thou hast...to the French; and for which thou deservest death." The Lombard flung himself on his knees, and said; " Ah, gentle king, have mercy on me, for God's sake....
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Stories from the chroniclers. Froissart

Henry Peter Dunster - 1847
...him aside, and said, " Thou knowest I have entrusted to thee what I hold dearest in this world except my wife and children ; I mean the town and castle...which thou hast sold to the French, and for which act thou deservest death." The Lombard was terrified at the announcement, and flinging himself upon...
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Chronicles of England, France, Spain, and the Adjoining Countries: From the ...

Jean Froissart, Sainte-Palaye (M. de La Curne de, Jean Baptiste de La Curne) - 1857
...knowest that I have intrusted to thee what I hold dearest in this world, except my wife and childien, I mean the town and castle of Calais, which thou hast sold to the French; and for which thon deservest death." The Lombard flung himself on his knees, and said ; " Ah, gentle king, have mercy...
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Cressy and Poictiers; Or, The Story of the Black Prince's Page

1865 - 383 Seiten
...a child ; I showed you much favour ; and I entrusted to you what I hold dearest in the world, save my wife and children — I mean the town and castle of Calais ; and, to requite all my kindness, you have sold them to the French. Now for this, I say, you deserve...
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Stories of the olden time, from de Joinville and Froissart

M. Jones - 1870
...and said, " Thou knowest well I have given thee in keeping the thing in the world I love best, save my wife and children : I mean the town and castle...which thou hast sold to the French, and for which thou deserves! death." The Lombard, upon this, kneeled down and said, " Ah, gentle king, have mercy upon...
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The Boy's Froissart: Being Sir John Froissart's Chronicles of Adventure ...

Jean Froissart - 1879 - 422 Seiten
...aside, and said, "Thou knowest that I have intrusted to thec what I hold dearest in this world, except my wife and children : I mean the town and castle...to the French, and for which thou deservest death." The Lombard flung himself on his knees, and said, "Ah, gentle king, have mercy on me, for God's sake...
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The boy's Froissart [selections from] sir J. Froissart's Chronicles [tr. by ...

Jean Froissart - 1879
...aside, and said, " Thou knowest that I have intrusted to thee what I hold dearest in this world, except my wife and children : I mean the town and castle...to the French, and for which thou deservest death." The Lombard flung himself on his knees, and said, "Ah, gentle king, have mercy on me, for God's sake...
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Stories of the olden time, from de Joinville and Froissart

M. Jones - 1880 - 159 Seiten
...and said, " Thou knowest well I have given thee in keeping the thing in the world I love best, save my wife and children : I mean the town and castle...to the French, and for which thou deservest death." The Lombard, upon this, kneeled down and said, "Ah, gentle king, have mercy upon me, for God's sake....
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Cressey & Poictiers: The Story of the Black Prince's Page

John George Edgar - 1907 - 287 Seiten
...a child ; I showed you much favour ; and I entrusted to you what I hold dearest in the world, save my wife and children — I mean the town and castle of Calais ; and, to requite all my kindness, you have sold them to the French. Now for this, I say, you deserve...
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