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" M'Crie relates the feelings of the Reformer. In his first edition he says, that " there is no reason to think that he was privy to the conspiracy that proved fatal to Rizzio ; but it is probable that he had expressed his satisfaction at an event which... "
History of Remarkable Conspiracies Connected with European History, During ... - Page 227
by John Parker Lawson - 1829
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The Life of John Knox: Containing Illustrations of the History of ..., Volume 2

Thomas M'Crie - 1813
...think that he was privy to the conspiracy which proved fatal to Rizio. But it is probable that he had expressed his satisfaction at an event which contributed...his approbation of the conduct of the conspirators *. At any rate, he was sufficiently obnoxious to the Queen on other grounds ; and as her resentment,...
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Innisfoyle abbey

Denis Ignatius Moriarty - 1840
...to the conspiracy that proved fatal to Rizzio. But it is probable that he expressed hit latisfaction at an event which contributed to the safety of religion and the commonwealth, if not alto his approbation of " Again, we recognize the direct operation of the Protestant principle, in...
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History of Scotland, Volume 7

Patrick Fraser Tytler - Scotland - 1840
...he (Knox) was privy to the conspiracv which proved fatal to Riccio. But it is probable that he had expressed his satisfaction at an event which contributed to the safety of religion and of the Commonwealth, if not also his approbation of the conduct of the conspirators." J As Dr. Macrie...
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History of Scotland, Volume 7

Patrick Fraser Tytler - Scotland - 1840
...he (Knox) was privy to the conspiracy which proved fatal to Riccio. But it is probable that he had expressed his satisfaction at an event which contributed to the safety of religion and of the Commonwealth, if not also his approbation of the conduct of the conspirators." l As Dr. Macrie...
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The Life of John Knox: Containing Illustration of the History of the ...

Thomas M'Crie - 1840 - 462 pages
...to Rizzio. But it is prohahle that he had expressed his satisfaction at an event which contrihuted to the safety of religion and the commonwealth ; if not also his approhation of the con• The nohlemen wished to hring Rizzio to child, that he might have the opportunity...
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Sketches of Scottish Church history: embracing the period from the ...

Thomas M'Crie - 1841
...he (Knox) was privy to the conspiracy which proved fatal to Riccio. But it is probable that he had expressed his satisfaction at an event which contributed to the safety of religion and of the commonwealth, if not also his approbation of the conduct of the conspirators." This is quoted...
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History of Scotland [1149-1603], Volume 7

Patrick Fraser Tytler - Scotland - 1842
...he [Knox] was privy to the conspiracy which proved fatal to Riccio ; but it is probable that he had expressed his satisfaction at an event which contributed to the safety of religion and of the commonwealth, if not also his approbation of the conduct of the conspirators. " As Dr M'Crie...
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The Eclectic Museum of Foreign Literature, Science and Art ..., Volume 3

John Holmes Agnew - 1843
...to think he was privy to the conspiracy which proved fatal to Rizzio, though it was probable he had expressed his satisfaction at an event which contributed...if not also his approbation of the conduct of the con' spirators." This opinion of the case we have no doubt in assuming to be the correct one. It is...
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, Volume 7

American literature - 1846
...he had expressed his satisfaction at an event, which contributed t< the safety of religion, and of the commonwealth, if not also his approbation of the conduct of the conspirators." But in his subsequent editions, observing that his language did not convey his meaning, he altered...
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The Cabinet Portrait Gallery of British Worthies, Volumes 3-4

Biography - 1845
...think that he was privy to the conspiracy which proved fatal to Rizzio. But it is probable that he had expressed his satisfaction at an event which contributed...the commonwealth, if not also his approbation of the object of the conspiracy."* M'Crie admits also, in another place, that Knox " held the opinion that...
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