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Seite 23 - I charge you to desist of your wilfulness and unlawful enterprise, and from henceforth give good example to those which hereafter shall be your proper subjects. And now, for your contempt and disobedience, go you to the prison of the King's Bench, whereunto I commit you, and remain ye there prisoner until the pleasure of the king your father bo further known.
Seite 39 - ... discharge of so much money as they had lost, and besides that they should not depart from him without great rewards for their trouble and vexation, especially they should be rewarded that best had resisted him and his company and of whom he had received the greatest and most strokes.
Seite 22 - ... abashed, except the Chief Justice, who humbly exhorted the Prince to be contented that his servant might be ordered according to the ancient laws of the realm, or if he would have him saved from the rigour of the laws, that he should obtain, if he might, of the King, his father, his gracious pardon ; whereby no law or justice should be derogate.
Seite 23 - ... be your proper subjects. And now, for your contempt, and disobedience, go you to the prison of the King's Bench, whereunto I commit you, and remain ye there prisoner until the pleasure of the king your father be further known.' With which words being abashed, and also wondering at the marvellous gravity of that worshipful justice, the noble prince laying his weapon apart, doing reverence, departed, and went to the King's Bench as he was commanded.
Seite 22 - ... to leave the prisoner and depart his way. With which commandment the prince, being set all in a fury, all chafed, and in a terrible...
Seite 42 - The most specific charges against him, writes Mr. Kingsford in The Dictionary of National Biography, are that ' he was in his youth ' (according to Thomas Elmham) ' a diligent follower of idle practices, much given to instruments of music, and fired with the torches of Venus herself...