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Seite 105 - ... was betrayed into Edward's hands by Sir John Monteith, his friend, whom he had made acquainted with the place of his concealment.
Seite 274 - Edward was at last persuaded to mitigate the rigour of the conditions demanded: he only insisted that six of the most considerable citizens should be sent to him, to be disposed of as he thought proper ; that they should come to his camp carrying the keys of the city in their hands, bareheaded and barefooted, with ropes about their necks ; and on these conditions, he promised to spare the lives of all the remainder.
Seite 425 - Norfolk denied the charge, gave Hereford the lie, and offered to prove his own innocence by duel. The challenge was accepted; the time and place of...