Burroughs - HP BS2775 B87 1649

Mof~s his selfe~tteniall. thedmeof Ler11es thedeaventh,whom, when they faw to intend to efiabli{h un.. jufi: Ediets Jthey underftanding his drift, weotall to hi1n in red Gownes, the King asked ?them, . what rhey would: ThePrdidentLa Pacqueriartfwers. We are come with a full purpofe to ~ofe our lives every one of us, rather thenby o~r. tonnivenc y any ·unju!l: ord.inance iliould takeplace i The King beirig amazed a~ this amfwer, aliq at, the confta ncie and refoludonof thefe J?{"eres~ gave them gracious entertainment , and commanded tkat all the former Edi.:ts lhould be taricel!ed in his prefente. . . ! There is a norable relation that wee flnde i~ :jo{tphm, concerning Agrippa, I that upo~ a,ti,me, hee invited c ,llius the Emperour to a fupper; ~rid gave the Emperour great content in _his ~(lt~r ... rainem~nt; whereupon the Emperour faid unto him, let me grarifie thee by . giving thee what thou wilt: d.grippeaaf- ; ked (although itwere with the: venture of the loffe of all he had) as followetll; Dread Prince,fiGtc: it is y~u~ good pl~a~ ; f~re "to thinke me worthy to lie hondu. ' I tcd by your prefel!ce, ! befeech yo~ fo . !. \ ' ) I.(J{epbfl.\ l~b. tS.cap.u. , ~ i giv·r: ~....;..---..:....-...z...-