When To Engage An Earl

Author: Sally MacKenzie
Publisher: Zebra
ISBN: 1420137174
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Now if he can only convince her to give up her beloved Spinster House in favor of a far more pleasurable home—in his arms… Sally MacKenzie’s novels are… “Naked, noble, and irresistible!” —Eloisa James “Perfect.” —RT Book ...

How To Engage An Earl

Author: Kathryn Caskie
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0061745596
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The last thing the Earl of MacLaren wants is a wife, so when he awakens to discover a fair-haired enchantress at the foot of his bed, he behaves as any man might by taking full advantage of the delicious situation.

The Secret Das Geheimnis

Author: Rhonda Byrne
Publisher: Arkana
ISBN: 364110579X
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Diese eine Erkenntnis – „The Secret“, wie Autorin Rhonda Byrne es nennt – war wenigen Auserwählten der Menschheitsgeschichte gegenwärtig.

Memoirs Of The Rebellion In 1745 And 1746

Author: James Johnstone Johnstone (chevalier de)
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The King and the new Earl of Douglas met at Abercorn, at the head of their
respective armies; that of the Earl's being much superior to the King's, both in
number and valour. “Thus,” says Robertson, in his History of Mary, from which I
derive this note; “a single battle must, in all probability, have decided whether the
house of Stuart or of Douglas was henceforth to possess the crown of Scotland.
But, while his troops impatiently expected the signal to engage, the Earl ordered
them to retire ...

Biographia Scotica

Author: John Stark
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That of the earl, composed chiefly of borderers, was far superior to the king's,
both in number and in valour. and a single battle must, in all probability, have
decided whether the house of Stewart or of I}ouglas was henceforth to pos. sess
the throne of Scotland. But while his troops impatiently expected the signal to
engage, the earl ordered them to retire to their camp, ind sir James for in of Cady,
w, the pergreatest confidence, convinced of his want of genius to improve an
opportunity, ...

The Works Of William Robertson History Of Scotland

Author: William Robertson
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James urged him to dissolve that dangerous confederacy into which he had
entered ; the Earl obstinately refused ; " If you will not," said the enraged Monarch
, drawing his dagger, " this shall ;" and stabbed him to the heart. ... But, while his
troops impatiently expected the signal to engage, the Earl ordered them to retire
to their camp ; and Sir James Hamilton of Cadyow, the person in whom he placed
the greatest confidence, convinced of his want of genius to improve an
opportunity, ...

The History Of Scotland

Author: William Robertson
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James urged him to dissolve that dangerous confederacy into which he had
entered ; the Earl obstinately refused ; " If you will not," said the enraged Monarch
, drawing his dagger, *c this shall and stabbed him to the heart. ... But, while his
troops impatiently expected the signal to engage, the Earl ordered them to retire
to their camp ; and Sir James Hamilton of Cadyow, the person in whom he placed
the- greatest confidence, convinced of his want of genius to improve an
opportunity, ...

The History Of Scotland During The Reigns Of Queen Mary And Of King James Vi Till His Accession To The Crown Of England

Author: William Robertson
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... and the new Earl's power and resentment, prevented it from being of
longcontinuance Both took the field, at the head of their armies, and met near
Abercorn. Thatofthc Earl, composed chiefly of borderers , was far superior to the
King's, both in number and in valor; and a single battle must, in all probability,
have decided whether the house of Stewart or of Douglas was henceforth to
possess the throne of Scotland. Butjwhile his troops impatiently expected the
signal to engage, the Earl ...

The History And Antiquities Of Naseby In The County Of Northampton

Author: John Mastin
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The fame year it was conditionally granted him, that if the king could not within a
limited time engage the Earl of March in his fervice, by: the marriage of Richard
de Clare with a daughter of that Earl, this John de Lacy mould have the marriage
of the faid Richard for Maud hi$ eldeft daughter., *Richa'rd de Clare, Ear} of
Gloucefter and Hertford, had privately contracted matrimony with Margaret,
daughter to Hubert de Burgh, Earl of Kent, from whom, previoufly- to the
accomplifh- ment of ...