Paston sentence example

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  • Sir John Howard, only son of the match between Howard and Mowbray, took service with his cousin the third duke of Norfolk, who had him returned as knight of the shire for Norfolk, where, according to the Paston Letters, this Howard of the Essex branch was regarded by the gentry as a strange man.
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  • "And Howard," writes Clement Paston, "hath with the king a great fellowship."
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  • In the district between this and North Walsham are Paston, taking name from the family which is famous through the Paston Letters, and the fragments of Bromholm Priory, a Cluniac foundation.
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  • Still he was a capable official, and a faithful servant to Henry VI., who called him "one of the wisest lords of the land" (Paston Letters, i.
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  • In one of the Paston Letters (i.
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  • The Paston Letters, with James Gairdner's valuable Introductions, are indispensable.
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  • than the fair market price (Gairdner, Paston Letters, Introduction, p. clxxvi; cf.
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  • In 1582 Coke married the daughter of John Paston, a gentleman of Suffolk, receiving with her a fortune of £30,000; but in six months he was left a widower.
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  • Suffolk's best defence is contained in the touching letter of farewell to his son, written on the eve of his departure (Paston Letters, i.
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  • 222-234 (for the popular view)--these three are in the Rolls Series; and the Paston Letters.
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  • See The Paston Letters with Dr Gairdner's Introduction; Three Fifteenth Century Chronicles, and Collections of a London Citizen (published by the Camden Society); Chronicles of London (ed.
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  • Halliwell (Camden Soc., London, 1839); Paston Letters, ed.
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  • His book seems to have undergone very much the same fate as that which befell the originals of the first two volumes of the Paston Letters which Sir John Fenn presented to George the Third.
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  • Yet at this time one wrote of her: "The queen is a great and strong laboured woman, for she spareth no pain to sue her things to an intent and conclusion to her power" (Paston Letters, i.
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  • (a partisan account of events in 1470-1471), published by the Camden Society; the Paston Letters with Dr Gairdner's valuable Introduction; and for foreign affairs the Memoires of Philippe de Comines; the collection called Chronicles of the White Rose is useful.
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  • The Paston Letters, that unique collection of the private correspondence of a typical family of Letters.
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  • Do you support the vigilantes that chased vandals that damaged cars in Paston?
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  • In the duke's quarrel he brawled with the Pastons, his wife boasting that, should her husband's men meet with John Paston "there should go no penny for his life."
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  • The Friar Tuck and Maid Marian elements have been thought to have been introduced for the purpose of these performances, which were held on May-day and were immensely popular (see Latimer's Frutefull Sermons (London, 1 57 1), p. 75; also Paston Letters, ed.
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  • du Fresne de Beaucourt's Histoire de Charles VII., Dr Gairdner's Introductions to the Paston Letters, Sir James Ramsay's Lancaster and York (x892), and The Political History of England, vol.
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