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History of England from the fall of Wolsey to the death of Elizabeth, (vol. 5)

History of England from the fall of Wolsey to the death of Elizabeth, (vol. 5)

Source : Internet Archive

History of England from the fall of Wolsey to the death of Elizabeth, (vol. 5)

History of England from the fall of Wolsey to the death of Elizabeth, (vol. 5)

Source : Internet Archive

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Seymour should be Lord Sey1 John Dudley, afterwards Duke of Northumberland.


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been visited on the son. John Dudley was employed early in the public service. He had distinguished himself as a


Page 207

Dudley, Earl of Warwick, was now passing into prominence , he was the son of Edw^^d


Page 279

4th, the day following. Lord Robert Dudley (Earl of Leicester afterwards) was also married at the same place the fact


Page 279

Lady Anne Seymour with Lord Ambrose Dudley.


Page 279

day following. Lord Robert Dudley (Earl of Leicester afterwards) was also married at the same place the fact being chiefly


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a peace at Paris. Sir Andrew Dudley, the Duke's brother, was sent to Luxemburg.^ The Emperor was in extremity of


Page 452

ever I found it before. Mr. Dudley, after reverence done to him at our entry, being almost come to his


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the In'ghest degree indecent. Lady Catherine Dudley was married to Lord Hastings. The two elder The three daughters of the