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" Elizabeth, who said, that as a virtuous woman ought to look on none but her husband, so a subject ought not to cast his eyes on any other sovereign than him God had set over him. " I will not," said she, " have my sheep marked with a strange brand ; nor... "
The Calcutta Review - Page 288
1856
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Retrospective Review, and Historical and Antiquarian Magazine, Volume 8

1823
...to cast his eyes on any other sovereign than him God hath set over him. " I will not," said she, " have my sheep marked with a strange brand ; nor suffer...them to follow the pipe of a strange shepherd."^; What would this princess have said, could she have foreseen that her sceptre would one day pass into...
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The Retrospective Review.., Volume 8

Henry Southern - 1823
...to cast his eyes on any other sovereign than him God hath set over him. " I will not," said she, " have my sheep marked with a strange brand ; nor suffer them to follow the pipe of a strange shepherd."^ What would this princess have said, could she have foreseen that her sceptre would one day pass into...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 95, Part 1

1825
...ought not to cast his eyes on any other sovereign than him God had set over him. I will not," said she, "have my sheep marked with a strange brand, nor suffer them to follow the pipe of a strange shepherd." The subsequent adventures of Sir Anthony are well detailed. In 15p6 "he took and kept the City of St....
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The Three Brothers: Or, The Travels and Adventures of Sir Anthony, Sir ...

Sir Anthony Sherley - 1825 - 204 pages
...not to cast his eyes on any other sovereign than him God had set over him. " I will not," said she, " have my sheep marked with a strange brand ; nor suffer them to follow the pipe of a strange shepherd*." She immediately commanded Sir John Puckering and Lord Buckhurst to inquire into the circumstances of...
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THE THREE BROTHERS OR THE TRAVELS AND ADVENTURES OF SIR ANTHONY, SIR ROBERT ...

1825
...not to cast his eyes on any other sovereign than him God had set over him. " I will not," said she, " have my sheep marked with a strange brand; nor suffer them to follow the pipe of a strange shepherd*." She immediately commanded Sir John Puckering and Lord Buckhurst to inquire into the circumstances of...
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Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain & Ireland, Volume 6

Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland - 1841
...not to cast his eyes on any other sovereign than him God had set over him. " I will not," said she, " have my sheep marked with a strange brand ; nor suffer them to follow the pipe of a strange shepherd." She immediately commanded Sir John Puckering and Lord Buckhurst to inquire into the circumstances of...
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Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain & Ireland, Volume 6

Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland - 1841
...not to cast his eyes on any other sovereign than him God had set over him. " I will not," said she, " have my sheep marked with a strange brand ; nor suffer them to follow the pipe of a strange shepherd." She immediately commanded Sir John Puckering and Lord Buckhurst to inquire into the circumstances of...
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Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain & Ireland, Volume 6

Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland - 1841
...not to cast his eyes on any other sovereign than him God had set over him. " I will not," said she, " have my sheep marked with a strange brand ; nor suffer them to follow the pipe of a strange shepherd." She immediately commanded Sir John Puckering and Lord Buckhurst to inquire into the circumstances of...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the Year ..., Volume 176

1844
...husband," said she, " so a subject ought not to cast his eyes on any other sovereign than him God has set over him. I will not have my sheep marked with...suffer them to follow the pipe of a strange shepherd." She commanded Sir John Pickering and Lord Buckhurst to inquire into the circumstances of this alleged...
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The Gentleman's Magazine

1844
...ought not to cast his eyes on any other sovereign than him God has set over him. I will not have mv sheep marked with a strange brand"; nor suffer them to follow the pipe of a strange shepherd." She commanded Sir John Pickering and Lord Buckhurst to inquire into the circumstances of this alleged...
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