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231–285. 3. , 1900), p. 101. 4. Froude’s religious odyssey is described in Basil Willey, More Nineteenth Century Studies: A Group of Honest 23 THE REIGN OF MARY TUDOR Doubters (London: Chatto and Windus, 1963), pp. 106–36. 5. , 1909), p. 57. 6. Hurrell Froude, Remains of the late Reverend Richard Hurrell Froude (London: J. G. and F. Rivington, 1838), vol. 1, p. 433. 124. 7. For a sometimes over-enthusiastic assessment of Lingard’s originality as an historian, Edwin Jones, John Lingard and the Pursuit of Historical Truth (Brighton: Sussex Academic Press, 2001).
33 THE REIGN OF MARY TUDOR England was still to have a king, and that king was to be Guilford Dudley. Jane Grey, eldest daughter of the Duke of Suffolk, was nearly of the same age with Edward. Edward had been precocious to a disease; the activity of his mind had been a symptom, or a cause, of the weakness of his body. Jane Grey’s accomplishments were as extensive as Edward’s; she had acquired a degree of learning rare in matured men, which she could use gracefully, and could permit to be seen by others without vanity or consciousness.
Lord Warwick and Lord Robert were still absent, and no news had come from them – a proof that they were still in pursuit. The duke made up his mind that Mary was watching only for an opportunity to escape to Flanders; and the ships in the river, with a thousand men-at-arms on board them, were sent to watch the Essex coast, and to seize her, could they find opportunity. Meanwhile he himself penned a reply to her letter. “The Lady Jane,” he said, “by the antient laws of the realm,” and “by letters patent of the late king,” signed by himself, and countersigned by the nobility, was rightful queen of England.