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Text:"... in the reign of Queen Elizabeth, i. 51 note. Noticed, i. 101, 181. , Charles, beheaded after the battle of Hexham, i. 5. , Eleanor, wife of Thomas, Lord Stanley, ii. 132. , George, Archbishop of York, i. 55, 72..."
Date:Between 1452 and 1485
Place:England
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Text:"... distant from Tamworth and about the same distance from the field of Bosworth. At Atherstone a clandestine interview had been preconcerted between him and two of Eichards most powerful subjects, ThomasLord..."
Date:Between 1452 and 1485
Place:England
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Text:"...DRAMATIS PERSONS. Cardinal BOURCHIER, Archbishop of Canterbury. The Earl of Richmond, afterwards King HENRY the Seventh. THOMASLord STANLEY, afterwards Earl of Derby. MASTER HENRY, afterwards Lord..."
Date:Between 1452 and 1485
Place:England
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Text:"... Gloucester. Henry Earl of Norumberland led the van ; ThomasLord Stanley comanded the rear. The expedition appears to have been nducted with great abihty, and proved to be eminently ccessful. Gloucesters..."
Date:Between 1452 and 1485
Place:England
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Text:"... to and courted by both of the opposing factions. Those persons were the celebrated William Lord Hastings, and ThomasLord Stanley. The former, uniting the brilliant qualities of the warrior with the wisdom..."
Date:Between 1452 and 1485
Place:England
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Text:"... a friendless man ? Stan. For me ! - I am the master of these halls, ThomasLord Stanley. I would fain eschew Vain recognitions in these perilous times. Else with more riglit I miglit demand of tliee. Who art..."
Date:Between 1452 and 1485
Place:England
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Text:"... Richard Percy, was slain at Towton ; a third son, ThomasLord Egremont, perished at the battle of Northampton, and a fourth son, Sir Ralph Percy, at Hedgeley Moor. Of the house of Talbot, John second Earl..."
Date:Between 1452 and 1485
Place:England
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Text:"... England. John seventh Lord CUfford, by the marriage of his father with Elizabeth, daughter of ThomasLord Eos of Hamlake, was fifth in descent from Wilham the Lion, King of Scotland. The aUiance..."
Date:Between 1452 and 1485
Place:England
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Text:"...DRAMATIS PERSONyE. Cardinal BoiTRCniER, Archbishop of Canterbury. The Earl 0/ Richmond, afterwards King Hexiiy the Sneath. ThomasLord Stanley, aftenvards Earl 0/ Derby. Master Henry, afterwards Lord..."
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Place:England
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Text:"...THOMASLORD STANLEY. 149 And especially for his soul let us pray, Of this honourable Earl Thomas Stanley ; Who in honour and love has ended his life, With truth ever in wedlock to God and his wife..."
Date:Between 1452 and 1485
Place:England
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Text:"...THOMASLORD STANLEY. 347 family affiction by the tragical death, of his brother in arms, as well as his brother in blood, Sir William Stanley. Sir William was accused, whether justly or not, of being..."
Date:Between 1452 and 1485
Place:England
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Text:"...68 BEAUMONT PAPERS. Sir Edward Osborne to Thomas, Lord Fairfax, and others. After my harty commendations to yowr Lordshippe and the rest. Whereas it hath pleased his Majesty by commission under..."
Date:1884
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...CONTENTS. iii PAGE 55. Sir Nathaniel Brent to the same, 1629 .-...,. 64 56. Edward Neville to the same, 1630 65 57. Thomas, Lord Savile, to the same, 1631 66 58. Ralph Assheton to Thomas Beaumont..."
Date:1884
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...142 THOMASLORD STANLEY. gent on the safety of Lord Strange. A more painful mental struggle, than that between his feelings as a father and his anxiety to serve his friends, it would be difficult..."
Date:Between 1452 and 1485
Place:England
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Text:"... ThomasLord Stanley, allerwards llrst Iarl oi Derby, the personal friend and favourite of IMward IV. Their union • tliiiiinl Siimoii, (i. 11. t IVNinmoiilii \(.Ui,si:i, Vol. i. p. ;!iM...."
Date:Between 1452 and 1485
Place:England
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Text:"..., and ThomasLord Clifford. The king himself was wounded in the neck with an arrow, and fell into the hands of the Yorkists. Signal, however, as was the dukes success, he still continued to exercise..."
Date:Between 1452 and 1485
Place:England
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Text:"...THOMASLORD STANLEY, AFTEEWAEDS EARL OF DERBY. Ko Englishman, not even excepting the celebrated George Monk, Duke of Albemarle, ever laid his sovereign mider a greater obhgation than did ThomasLord..."
Date:Between 1452 and 1485
Place:England
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Text:"...THE CASE THOMASLORD COCHRANE, K. B. THE HISTORY OF THE HOAX» THE TRIAL, ■tHB PROCEEDINGS IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS, AND THJB MEETINGS OF THE ELECTORS OF WESTMINSTER. TO WHICB 18 PKinXU..."
Date:1814
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Text:"...134 THOMASLORD STANLEY. sufficient to prove how entire was the confidence which he placed in his friendship and integrity. Moreover, when the great monarch lay on his death-bed, it was Lord Stanley..."
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Place:England
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Text:"...132 THOMASLORD STANLEY. reigns, including the most turbulent and the most eventful period of our history, he should have enjoyed, as he did, the favour and confidence of four successive sovereigns..."
Date:Between 1452 and 1485
Place:England