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Seite 427 - My Lord of Ely, when I was last in Holborn, I saw good strawberries in your garden there : I do beseech you send for some of them.
Seite 465 - ... wealth, and plenty ; therefore his grace prays you to take into consideration matter of trade, as also the manufactures of the kingdom, and to repress the bastard ( and barren employment of moneys to usury and unlawful exchanges ; that they may be, as their natural use is, turned upon commerce, and lawful and royal trading.
Seite 259 - Rome, their rights, seats, honours, or powers. And if I know any such to be moved or compassed, I shall resist it to my power, and as soon as I can I shall advertise him, or such as may give him knowledge. The rules of the holy fathers, the decrees, ordinances, sentences, dispositions, reservations, provisions, and commandments apostolic, to my power I shall keep, and cause to be kept of others.
Seite 465 - The rather, for that you know the king is a good husband, and but a steward in effect for the public ; and that what comes from you is but as moisture drawn from the earth, which gathers into a cloud, and falls back upon the earth again. And you know well how the kingdoms about you grow more and more in greatness, and the times are stirring, and therefore not fit to find the king with an empty purse.
Seite 465 - ... of itself; that idleness be avoided, and the draining out of our treasure for foreign manufactures stopped. But you are not to rest here only, but to provide further, that whatsoever merchandise shall be brought in from beyond the seas, may be employed upon the commodities of this land ; whereby the kingdom's stock of treasure may be sure to be kept from being diminished by any over-trading of the foreigner.
Seite 7 - Nations, and thrones, and reverend laws, have melted like a dream; Yet Wykeham's works are green and fresh beside the crystal stream.
Seite 465 - to rest here only, but to provide further, that what" soever merchandise shall be brought in from " beyond the seas, may be employed upon the com" modities of this land ; whereby the kingdom's stock " of treasure may be sure to be kept from being " diminished by any over-trading of the foreigner. " And lastly, because the king is well assured, " that you would not have him poor that wishes you " rich ; he doubteth not but that you will have care " as well to maintain his revenues of customs and...
Seite 259 - I shall not be of council nor consent, that they shall lose either life or member, or shall be taken, or suffer any violence or any wrong, by any means. Their counsel to me credited by them, their messengers or letters I shall not willingly discover to any person.