They say that our sovereign is above his laws to his pleasure, and he may make it and break it as he pleases, without any distinction. The contrary is true, or else he should not have sworn to keep it.
They say that the commons of England would first destroy the king's friends and afterward himself, and then bring the… (read more)
The law serves of nought else in these days but for to do wrong, for nothing is spread almost but… (read more)
We will that all men know we blame not all the lords, nor all those that are about the king's… (read more)
They say that it were great reproof to the king to take again what he has given, so that they… (read more)