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She protested. 40 She had been living there for much of the last two years. 41 Yet in January 1550 Hatfield was granted to Northumberland. 42 By June 1550, the Privy Council granted Elizabeth's petition to have "the house, parkes and lands of Hatfield" removed from Northumberland's keeping so that she could obtain full legal title to Hatfield. 43
Going along ye side of ye hill gives a great view of ye Country that is mostly jnclosures we passed between two parkes, ye one is Lord astons, and goe in sight of Tixall hall wch is a good house and Looks handsomely of stone building: the other was Mr Thetwins parke wch has fine Rows of trees – ffirrs Scots and Noroway and ye picanther – the ffront lookes nobly.
About ffaint 4 or 5 mile off is a house of Lord Abergauny and parkes and much woods about it.
Edward, because that Waulter Langeton bysshop of Chestre hadde compleyned that the forsaid Edward, be counseill of Pers of Gavaston, esquyer of Gascoigne, hadde broken his parkes; and forasmoche as the said Edward the kynges sone was ladde and governed be the said Pers, the kyng dede exile the forseid Piers for evere.
So sick of these power-hungry women who can't make up their minds what it is they want, and give the rest of us mums a bad name ... mad of parkes Posted at 7: 39am today wll there is only one way ti fix this next time just go and get the baby and feed it right there in front of this person my gosh dose this person not know that every one needs to eat no matter how young they are
'09, 19: 23 | Reply | X taylor parkes writes for QUIETUS so it wins automatically, but the other writers are great on there too. cliquester | 1