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“Now managing the mouthes of stubborne steedes Now practising the proof of warlike deedes;”
“The marquis of Winchester, for example, when asked about the secrets of his survival, is said to have replied, “I am made of pliable willow, not of stubborne Oake.””
“Nowe if the sayd English man being summoned shall be found stubborne or disobedient, the forenamed ambassadours are to make their appeale and supplication in manner aforesayd.”
“Notwithstanding the popular sort persisting stil in their stubborne determination, proceeded at length to open warre.”
“[Sidenote: Some write that he was so stubborne-harted, that after he knew he should remaine in perpetuall prison, he refused his meate, and so pined himselfe to death.]”
“But all his parts, abilityes, and facultyes, by arte an [d] industry, were not to be valewed or mentioned in comparison of his most accomplished minde and manners; his gentlenesse and affability was so transcendant and oblieginge, that it drew reverence and some kinde of complyance from the roughest, and most unpolish'd and stubborne constitutions, and made them of another temper in debate in his presence, then they were in other places.”
“Hereticks, but also kept under the lay-men, who were so forward and stubborne.”
“Chester procured a licence of the pope, to alter the state of that church in sort aboue mentioned, which is most likelie, surmising against the moonks, that they were most manifest and stubborne disturbers of that peace and quietnesse which ought to remaine amongst churchmen:”
“He roar'd aloud, whiles life forsooke his stubborne brest.”
“Whereupon the Kings Majestie, perceiving his stubborne wilfulnesse, conceived and imagined, that in the time of his absence, hee had entered into newe conference and league with the Devill his maister '.”
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