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" It so happened that, on the llth of the said March (1637-8), that Archibald, the King's Fool, said to his Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury, as he was going to the Council-table, ' Whea's feule now? doth not your Grace hear the news from Striveling about... "
Some traditionall memorialls on the reign of Queene Elizabeth [by Francis ... - Page 402
by Walter Scott - 1811
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Mr. Rushworth's Historical Collections Abridg'd Amd Improv'd

John Rushworth - Great Britain - 1706
...Fool, March i i. meeting fnn*.s.*'*< the Archbilhop of Canterbury, laid to him, Whe'as ^«»W fealnow? Doth not your Grace hear the News " from Striveling about the Liturgy ? with other refieding words. Whereupon, the Council then fitting, and the King prefect, his Coat was order'd to...
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Magna Britannia;: Cumberland

Daniel Lysons - England - 1816
...III. u It so happened, says Rushworth, that on the 11th of the said March 1637-8, Archibald the King's fool said to his Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury, as he was going to the counciltable, " Who's fade now ? Doth not your Grace hear the news from Strivelin about the liturgy ?" with other...
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Illustrations, Critical, Historical, Biographical, and ..., Volume 3

Richard Warner - 1824
...professed there. "And it so happened, that on the llth of the said March, that Archibald, the king's fool, said to his Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury, as he was going to the council-table* ' Wha's feull now ? Doth not your Grace hear the news from Striveling about the liturgy ?' with other...
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The Book of Table-talk, Volume 1

Charles MacFarlane - Anecdotes - 1836
...happening to meet the Archbishop of Canterbury, who was going to the council-table, said to his grace, " Whea's feule now ? doth not your grace hear the news from Striveling about the Liturgy ?" But the poor jester soon learned that Laud was not a person whom even his jester's coat and privileged...
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Sketches of Scottish Church History: Embracing the Period from the ..., Volume 1

Thomas M'Crie - Reformation - 1841 - 583 pages
...Memoirs, p. 33. met by the celebrated Archie Armstrong, the king's fool, who said to him, " Wha's fule now ? Doth not your Grace hear the news from Striveling about the liturgy?" Laud was silly enough to complain of this jest as an insult ; and it was ordained, by order of council,...
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The Book of table-talk [ed. by C. MacFarlane].

Book - 1847
...to meet the Archbishop of Canterbury, who was going to the council-table, said to his grace, " Wha's feule now ? doth not your grace hear the news from Striveling about the Liturgy ?" But he poor jester soon learned that Laud was not a person whom even his jester's coat and privileged...
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Observations on popular antiquities: including the whole of mr ..., Volume 1

John Brand - 1849
...authority, p. 470, says, " It 'so happened that, on the llth of the said March, that Archibald, the King's Fool, said to his Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury,...presently complained of to the council, which produced the ensuing order," SCARLET, STOKESLEY, AND LITTLE JOHN. These appear to have been Robin Hood's companions,...
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Observations on the Popular Antiquities of Great Britain: Chiefly ..., Volume 1

John Brand - Christian antiquities - 1853 - 499 pages
...470, says, " It 'so happened that, on the llth of the said March, that Archibald, the King's Pool, said to his Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury, as...presently complained of to the council, which produced the ensuing order." SCARLET, STOKESLEY, AND LITTLE JOHN. These appear to have been Robin Hood's companions,...
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Cyclopędia of Literary and Scientific Anecdote: Illustrations of the ...

William Keddie - Literature - 1854 - 368 pages
...to meet the Archbishop of Canterbury, who was going to the council-table, said to his grace, " Wha's feule now ? doth not your grace hear the news from Striveling about the Liturgy ?" But the poor jester soon learned that Laud was not a person whom even his jester's coat and privileged...
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The table-talk of John Selden, with a biogr. preface and notes by S.W. Singer

John Selden - 1856
...Laud to poor Archee. As Laud was proceeding to the council, the jester accosted him with ' Wha's foule now ? doth not your Grace hear the news from Striveling about the Liturgy ?' This was not to be pardoned either by the prelate or his master, and the records of 3. Speak not...
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