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" She made him a very sharp answer : she said, she was the prince's wife, and would never be other than what she should be in conjunction with him and under him ; and that she would take it extreme unkindly, if any, under a pretence of their care of her,... "
Bishop Burnet's History of His Own Time: With the Suppressed Passages of the ... - Pàgina 372
per Gilbert Burnet - 1823
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The Parliamentary History of England, from the Earliest Period to the Year ...

William Cobbett - 1809
...than what she should be in conjunction with him, and under him; and that she would take it extremely unkindly, if any, under a pretence of their care of...her and the Prince. And, not content with this, she scot both lord Danby's Letter, and her Answer, to the Prince. Her sending it thus to him was ih<- most...
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The Assistant of Education: Religious and Literary, Intended for ..., Volum 5

1825
...and under him ; and that she would take it extreme unkindly, if any, under pretence of their care for her, would set up a divided interest between her and the prince." William, after long reserve and affected indifference, declared that he would neither be regent for...
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Assistant of Education, Volum 5

1825
...and under him; and that she would take it extreme unkindly, if any, under pretence of their care for her, would set up a divided interest between her and the prince." William, after long reserve and affected indifference, declared that he would neither be regent for...
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Bishop Burnet's History of His Own Time: With Notes by the Earls of ..., Volum 3

Gilbert Burnet - 1833
...prince's wife, and would never be other than what she should be in conjunction with him and under him ; and that she would take it extreme unkindly, if any,...create a misunderstanding or jealousy between them 1. The prince bore this with his usual phlegm: 0Seethe establishment made declaration. S. (Compare...
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Portraits of Illustrious Personages of Great Britain, Volum 10

Edmund Lodge - 1835
...should be able to carry it for setting her alone on the Throne ; but she made him a very sharp answer ; and, not content with this, she sent both Lord Danby's letter, and her answer, to the Prince. William bore this," adds Burnet, " with his usual phlegm, for he did not expostulate with the Earl...
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Bishop Burnet's History of His Own Time: From the Restoration of ..., Volum 1

Gilbert Burnet - 1840
...than what she should be in conjunction with him, and under him ; and that she would take it extremely unkindly, if any, under a pretence of their care of...prince. And, not content with this, she sent both lord Danby 's letter, and her answer, to the prince. Her sending it thus to him was the most effectual discouragement...
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William III the Stadholder-king: A Political Biography

Wouter Troost - 2005 - 361 pàgines
...power.95 Mary was therefore irritated by Danby's letter. She replied that she would find it unpleasant 'if any, under a pretence of their care of her, would set up a divided interest between her and the Prince'.96 William III also told Danby, Halifax and Shrewsbury on 3/13 February that he had no intention...
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