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... I am by your favour no stranger to your temporal estate , and you are no
stranger to the offer lately “ made us , for the renewing a lease of “ the best
prebend's corps belonging to our church ; and you know it was de“ nied , for that
our tenant ...
lights of mankind ; infomuch as Robert Earl of Essex ( then one of the darlings of
fortune , and in greatest favour with Queen Elizabeth ) invited him first into a
friendship , and , after a knowledge of his great abilities , to be one of his
About which time the Queen made him her Chaplain ; and not long after Prebend
of Ely , and then Dean of Lincoln ; and having for many years past looked upon
him with much reverence and favour , gave him a fair testimony of both , by ...
With these he was to encounter ; and though he wanted neither courage , nor a
good cause , yet he foresaw , that , without a great measure of the Queen's favour
, it was impossible to stand in the breach , that had been lately made into the ...
... but many more ebbings of her favour towards all men that had opposed him ,
especially the Earl of Leicester : so that ... him in her favour , that he might
preserve the remaining Church - lands and immunities from facrilegious
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Important as a source especially for Donne and Herbert, though I believe Amy Charles was critical of Walton in her life of Herbert . Walton does tend to idealize his subjects. Read full review