The Pretender s Crown

The Pretender s Crown

But this is an old cycle of thought, as useless now as it was when she was a girl. ... Northern Aulun for two short years and thinks it makes her heir to Aulun's; Lorraine has no intention at all of making a pretenders crown legitimate.

Author: C. E. Murphy

Publisher: Del Rey

ISBN: 9780345514974

Category: Fiction

Page: 471

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Fiercely intelligent, beautiful, and ready to claim her birthright, she navigates a dangerous world torn between war and witchpower. Seduction and stealth are Belinda Primrose’s skills–weapons befitting the queen’s bastard daughter, a pawn of espionage conceived by Lorraine, ruler of Aulun, and her lover and spymaster, Belinda’s father. Now an accomplished assassin, Belinda uncovers the true game her father never intended her to play. For Belinda has found her witchpower, a legacy born from something not of this earth. In a treacherous world where religion and rebellion rule, Lorraine is now in a position to sweep over the countries of Echon and to back her chosen successor to the throne: Belinda. But Belinda is no longer anyone’s pawn. Lured by the sensual dark magic of Dmitri, envoy to a neighboring throne, yet still drawn to the witchlord embrace of her former lover, Javier, Belinda knows that she has entered a realm where power and control go to those who can master and manipulate their fiercest desires. For the witchpower depends on the skill its wielder holds. From the Trade Paperback edition.
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Lady Inger of strat The Vikings at Helgeland The Pretenders

Lady Inger of   strat  The Vikings at Helgeland  The Pretenders

Hakon , hear me — three years each ; let us wear the crown by turns ! HAKON . Think you my crown would sit well on your temples ? DUKE SKULE . For me is no crown too wide . HAKON . It needs a God - sent right and a Godsent calling to ...

Author: Henrik Ibsen

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ISBN: PRNC:32101063577967

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Page: 379

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Prose Dramas Lady Inger of Ostrat The Vikings at Helgeland The pretenders

Prose Dramas  Lady Inger of Ostrat  The Vikings at Helgeland  The pretenders

Every treeless holm is a stone in the edifice which Harald Hårfager and the sainted King Olaf reared ; would you have me break in twain what ... Hakon , hear me — three years each ; let us wear the crown by turns ! ... 295 THE PRETENDERS .

Author: Henrik Ibsen

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ISBN: PSU:000021358173

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Remarks on the Pretenders Eldest Son s Second Declaration Dated the 10th of October 1745 By the Author of the Remarks on His First Declaration

Remarks on the Pretenders  Eldest Son s Second Declaration  Dated the 10th of October  1745  By the Author of the Remarks on His First Declaration

The Affertion that the Laws fince the Revolution were made by an unlawful Government , depends fingly on the Suppofition that the Succeffion to the Crown is of Divine Right , and confequently Indefeasible . If this Propofition be once ...

Author: Philip Carteret Webb

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ISBN: OXFORD:N11724703

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Page: 62

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Some further proofs whereby it appears that the Pretender is truly James the Third The whole illustrated with notes and observations etc A satire By Sir Thomas Burnet

Some further proofs whereby it appears that the Pretender is truly James the Third     The whole illustrated with notes and observations  etc   A satire  By Sir Thomas Burnet

N Otwithstanding the King had carried his Point against the former Pretenders to his Crown , more Work was cut out for him , for whilst Perkin was in the Tower , another Pretender was fet on Foot by an Austin Friar , who had a Scholar ...

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ISBN: BL:A0019097135

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Page: 98

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Memoirs of the Pretenders and Their Adherents By John Heneage Jesse New Edition Complete in One Volume with a General Index and Additional Portraits

Memoirs of the Pretenders and Their Adherents  By John Heneage Jesse     New Edition  Complete in One Volume  with a General Index  and Additional Portraits

“ Bless the King , " was one of his prayers ,knowest what King I mean ; and may the crown sit long easy on his head : and for the man that is come among us to seek an earthly crown , we beseech thee in mercy take him to thyself ...

Author: John Heneage JESSE

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ISBN: BL:A0017081879

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Page: 564

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The succession of the house of Hannover vindicated against the Pretender s second declaration in folio intitled The hereditary right of the crown of England asserted c by G Harbin

The succession of the house of Hannover vindicated  against the Pretender s second declaration in folio  intitled  The hereditary right of the crown of England asserted   c   by G  Harbin

... the Nations of England & Scotland must be ipfo facto return'd to their Separate State , as they were before the Union , & even in that Cafe , there is an invincible Barr , in the Pretenders Way , that he can never come to the Crown ...

Author: John Asgill

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ISBN: BSB:BSB10278504

Category: Great Britain

Page: 376

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The Pretender s Declaration Abstracted from two Anonymous Pamphlets the one intitled Jus sacrum and the other Memoirs of the Chevalier St George With some memoirs of two other Chevaliers St George Lambert Simnel and Perkin Warbeck in the reign of King Henry VII

The Pretender s Declaration Abstracted from two Anonymous Pamphlets  the one intitled  Jus sacrum  and the other  Memoirs of the Chevalier St  George  With some memoirs of two other Chevaliers St  George Lambert Simnel and Perkin Warbeck in the reign of King Henry VII

So in this case of the Crown , where the Remainder is limited to Henry VIII . and his Heirs , that Remainder remains subject and liable to be & limited again by the like Legislative Power , by which the former Remainder was limited .

Author: John ASGILL

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ISBN: BL:A0024546709

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Page: 46

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The Pretenders and Their Adherents

The Pretenders and Their Adherents

Before parting from her , he reminded her that he owed her a crown which he had borrowed of her , but she told him it was only half - a - crown , which he returned her with thanks . He then bade her an affectionate farewell ...

Author: John Heneage Jesse

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ISBN: PRNC:32101059993152

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Page: 432

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