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Text:"...152 SIR THOMASMORE. Meyer Madonna have been taken for More and his family, though there is not an English line in face or dress. Another family group formerly at Burford Priory, the seat of Mr..."
Date:Between 1478 and 1535
Place:England
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Text:"...4l8 SIR THOMASMORE. 3rd June More gave the same answer. Lastly, that on 12th June there was a dialogue between Richard Rich, the solicitorgeneral, and More, which is there detailed. The said Richard..."
Date:Between 1478 and 1535
Place:England
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Text:"...SIR T. MORE. 145 ground of accusation against him. In his English works is preserved a letter from More to Thomas Cromwell, vindicating himself against a false report which had been circulated..."
Date:Between 1478 and 1535
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...sm T. MORE. 81 In the parliament holden at Blackfriars in the year 1523, 1^23. Sir ThomasMore was chosen speaker. He was very desirous of being excused from this office, and addressed the king..."
Date:Between 1478 and 1535
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... hac vita migravit XI Apr ; Ann : m.dcxxv ^tatis suae Lix. Clems anglicanus msestus P. The modem biographer of Sir ThomasMore, as all of his intermediate biographers have done, must rely on these two..."
Date:Between 1478 and 1535
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...3» SIR THOMASMORE. ter, were attainted of misprision of treason , and several others, including the nun, of treason, and that these were executed at Tyburn on aist April, 1534. I shall here confine..."
Date:Between 1478 and 1535
Place:England
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Text:"...4V8 SIR THOMASMORE. 3rd June More gave the same answer. I^astly, that on 12th •June there was a dialogue between Richard Rich, the solicitorgeneral, and More, which is there detailed. The said..."
Date:Between 1478 and 1535
Place:England
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Text:"... to the most high dignitie of chancellourship sir ThomasMore, a man for his extraordinarie worth and sufficiencie well knowne to himself and the whole realme, for no other cause or earthlie respect..."
Publication date:Between 1831 and 1841
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... hac vita migravit XI Apr; Ann: m.dcxxv ^tatis suae lix. Clerus anglicanus maestos P. The modern biographer of Sir ThomasMore, as all of his intermediate biographers have done, must rely on these two..."
Date:Between 1478 and 1535
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... to marry his hrotherms wife. Which the king not sorry to hear of, opened it first unto Sir ThomasMore, whose counsel he requested therein, shewing him certain places of scripture that seemed somewhat..."
Date:Between 1478 and 1535
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... ThomasMore to Mrs. Roper. From ditto. 10. Letter from Sir Thomas to Mrs. Roper. 11. From Mrs. Roper to Sir ThomasMore. From ditto. 12. Letter from Sir T. More to Mrs. Roper. From ditto. 13. From Ditto..."
Date:Between 1478 and 1535
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...SIR T. MORE. ground of accusation against him. In his English works is preserved a letter from More to Thomas Cromwell,* vindicating himself against a false report which had been circulated..."
Date:Between 1478 and 1535
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Text:"...458 SIR THOMASMORE. More, my provincial, at ye dissolution of ye Society by Pope Ganganelli, who had received it from his father as a special gift, having been used by his ancestor, Sir T. More..."
Date:Between 1478 and 1535
Place:England
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Text:"... are preserved four more things which Mayster ThomasMore wrote in his youth for his pastime, and which therefore belong to the present chapter. The first of them hath been supposed to have suggested..."
Date:Between 1478 and 1535
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Text:"... neck. • As soon as his grace was gone, relates Mr. Roper, I rejoicing thereat, said to Sir ThomasMore, how happy he was whom the king had so familiarly entertained as I never had seen him do to any..."
Date:Between 1478 and 1535
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... to return home from this summons ; and he wrote his favourite daughter an account of the proceedings at Lambeth, whicli here followeth. Sir ThomasMore to Mrs. Margaret Roper. When I was before the Lords..."
Date:Between 1478 and 1535
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... of the number of readers. f Dialogue of sir ThomasMore, touching the pestilent sect of Luther, composed and published when he was chancellor of the duchy of Lan. caster, but newly oversene by the said sir T..."
Publication date:Between 1831 and 1841
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...SIR THOMAS MOKE. 71 self, and also me, for Mores honor, in being made lord chancellour of England. When sir ThomasMore was seated in his court of Chancery, his father, sir John More^ who was nearly..."
Publication date:Between 1831 and 1841
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... hath preserved a letter from More to Colet, which confirms the respect in which he held the dean, and is a good picture of the state of his own mind at this time. It is here translated. THOMASMORE..."
Date:Between 1478 and 1535
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Text:"...38 SIR THOMASMORE. So much will have to be said of Erasmus in connection with More, that it is worth while to investigate here the beginnings of their acquaintance. A ridiculous tale has got..."
Date:Between 1478 and 1535
Place:England