Mary Queen of Scots Vindicated, 第 2 卷

J. Murray, 1788

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第 417 頁 - By heaven, methinks it were an easy leap, To pluck bright honour from the pale-faced moon, Or dive into the bottom of the deep, Where fathom-line could never touch the ground, And pluck up drowned honour by the locks...
第 162 頁 - Hay went away. He remained there but one single night, and yet in that short time I had a .great deal of conversation with him. He returned to see the queen about five or six days ago ; and the day before yesterday he sent word to desire me to speak with him half a league from this, which. I complied with and found that things go still worse and worse. I think he intends to go away to-morrow, but in any event, I am much assured as I have always been, that he won't be present at the baptism.
第 416 頁 - I will in na wise accuse zow, nouther of zour lytill remembrance, nouther of zour lytill cair, and leist of all of zour promeis brokin, or of ye cauldnes of zour wryting, sen I am ellis sa far maid zouris, yat yat quhilk pleisis zow is acceptabill to me; and my thochtis ar as willingly subdewit unto zouris, that I suppois yat all that cummis of zow proceidis not be ony of the causis foirsaid, bot rather for sic' as be just and ressonabill, and sic as I desyre myself.
第 69 頁 - I crafit na uther thing, bot yat we may be at bed and buird togidder as husband and wyfe. And gif ze wil not consent heirunto, I sall never ryse out of yis bed.
第 85 頁 - ... resolution : and entreated he might deal plainly and not spare her. Moreover all the lords likewise said to him, that if there was any fault on their part, upon his declaring it they were ready to reform it; and I likewise took the freedom to tell him| that his departure must certainly...
第 142 頁 - And efter supper he said to me, quhen I was lenand upon him warming me at the fyre, Ze have fair going to se seik folk, zit ze cannot be sa welcum to thame as ze left sum body this day in regrait that will never be blyth quhill he se zow agane.
第 79 頁 - ... of forgery," says Whittaker : " that the Queen should repeat all the King's defences of himself, and should not repeat her replies to them, is contrary to every principle of the human heart. Our natural fondness for ourselves puts us constantly upon a conduct the very reverse of all this. We shorten the defences, we lengthen the replies ; or, if we are fair enough to give the full substance of the former, we are always partial enough to do the same by the latter...
第 420 頁 - I suppois yat all that cummis of zow proceidis not be ony of the causis foirsaid, but rather for sic as be just and ressonabill, and sic as I desyre myself. Quhilk is the fynal order that ze promysit to tak for the surctie and honorabil service of ye only uphald of my lyfe.
第 156 頁 - Her majesty was desirous the king should have corned along with her ; but because he liked to remain at Stirling and wait her return thither, she left him there, with intention to go towards him again, in five or six days. Meantime, while the queen was absent, the Earl of Lennox his father came to visit him at Stirling ; and having remained with him two or three days, he went his way again to Glasgow, the ordinary place of his abode. From Glasgow my Lord Lennox wrote to the queen, and acquainted...
第 42 頁 - God willing, sali ay be sic as nane sall haif occasioun to be offendit with thame, or to report of us any wayis bot honorably; howsoever he...