The History of Henry the Fifth: King of England, Lord of Ireland, and Heir of France

D. Appleton, 1866 - 473 ページ
"Henry V (16 September 1386? 31 August 1422[1][2]) was King of England from 1413 until his death at the age of 35 in 1422. He was the second English monarch who came from the House of Lancaster."--Wikipedia.

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290 ページ - ... in going against you, to demand the reason of your refusal, and to exhort you, in the name of the merciful bowels of Jesus Christ, to do us justice, and to say to you that which He teaches : Friend, give me that which thou owest me.
214 ページ - There we burnt a fine lodge in his park, and the whole country round ; and we remained there all that night. And certain of our people sallied forth, and took a gentleman of high degree of that country, who was one of the said Owen's chieftains.
446 ページ - Why then, God's soldier be he ! Had I as many sons as I have hairs, I would not wish them to a fairer death; And so his knell is knoll'd.
207 ページ - ... be; and to give me advice as to what may seem to them best- to be done for the safeguard of the aforesaid parts. And, agreeably to their advice, I will do all I possibly can, to resist the rebels and save the English country, as God shall give me grace, ever trusting in your high majesty to remember my poor estate, and that I have not the means of continuing here without the adoption of some other measures for my maintenance, and that the expenses are insupportable to me.
212 ページ - I will not contend. And to inform you fully of all that has been done, I send you a person worthy of credit therein, my faithful servant the bearer of this letter, who was at the engagement, and performed his duty well, as he has always done. And such amends has God ordained you for the burning of four houses in your aforesaid town.