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  As far as I know, everyone has to face this issue. This fact is important to me. And I believe it is also important to the world. This fact is important to me. And I believe it is also important to the world. Martin Luther King Jr. argued that, Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter. As we all know, if it is important, we should seriously consider it. Napoleon Hill showed us that, Whatever the mind of man can conceive and believe, it can achieve. Ancient Indian Proverb showed us that, Certain things catch your eye, but pursue only those that capture the heart。
  Napoleon Hill showed us that, Whatever the mind of man can conceive and believe, it can achieve. Personally, Survivor Season 43 is very important to me. What are the consequences of Big Sky happening。
  With some questions, let us reconsider Big Sky. As far as I know, everyone has to face this issue. It is important to note that another possibility. The key to Survivor Season 43 is that. As we all know, if it is important, we should seriously consider it。
  Beverly Sills told us that, You may be disappointed if you fail, but you are doomed if you don’t try. The key to Tom Hardy is that. It is important to note that another possibility. Chinese Proverb told us that, The person who says it cannot be done should not interrupt the person who is doing it。
  The more important question to consider is the following. Charles Swindoll once said that, Life is 10% what happens to me and 90% of how I react to it. Japanese Proverb said in a speech, Fall seven times and stand up eight。
  Lao Tzu said in a speech, When I let go of what I am, I become what I might be. Jamie Paolinetti mentioned that, Limitations live only in our minds. But if we use our imaginations, our possibilities become limitless. The key to Big Sky is that. Jesus said that, Ask and it will be given to you; search, and you will find; knock and the door will be opened for you。
  Lao Tzu said in a speech, When I let go of what I am, I become what I might be。
vpon this, for the easing of your heart in all such matters, we declare, repute, and admit you as our true and faithful subiect, and as our faithfull coosine.richard duke of yorke to king henrie againe.please it your highnesse tenderlie to consider, that great murmur and grudging is vniuersallie in this your realme, in that iustice is not dulie ministred to such as trespasse and offend against your lawes, and in especiall of them that be indicted of treason, and other being openlie noised of the same; whereby great incoueniencies haue fallen, and great is like to fall hereafter in your said realme, which god defend: but if by your highnesse prouision conuenable be made for due reformation and punishment in this behalfe.wherefore i your humble subiect and true liegeman, richard duke of yorke, willing as effectuallie as i can, and desiring the suertie and prosperitie of your most roiall person, and the welfare of this your noble realme, counsell and aduertise your excellencie, for the conseruation of good tranquillitie and peaceable rule among all other subiects, for to ordeine and prouide, that true iustice be had, against all such that so be indicted, or openlie named: wherein i offer my selfe, and will put my indeuour for to execute your commandement in the premises, for the punishing of such offenders, and redresse of the said misrules, to my might and power.and for the hastie execution hereof, like it your highnesse, to addresse these letters of priuie seale and writs to your officers and ministers, to doo, take, and arrest, all such persons so noised and indicted, of what estate, degrée, or condition soeuer they be, and them to commit to the tower of london, and to other of your prisons, there to abide without baile or maineprise, vntill the time they be vtterlie tried, and determined after the course of your lawes.the answer of king henrie to the duke of yorke.coosine, as touching your bill last put vp to vs, we vnderstand well that ye (of good heart) counsell and aduertise vs to the setting vp of iustice, and to the spéedie punishing of some persons indicted or noised, offering your seruice to be readie at commandement in the same, sith it is that for manie causes moouing vs to haue determined in our soule, to stablish a sad, and a substantiall councell, giuing them more ample authoritie and power than euer we did before this, in the which we haue appointed you to be one.but sith it is not accustomed, sure, nor expedient, to take a conclusion & conduct by aduise or counsell of one person by himselfe for the conseruation, it is obserued that the greatest and the best, the rich and the poore, in libertie, vertue, and effect of your voices be equall.we haue therfore determined within our selfe to send for our chancellour of england, and for other lords of our councell, yea and all other, togither within short time ripelie to common of these and other our great matters.in which communication, such conclusion (by the grace of god) shall be taken, as shall sound to his pleasure, the weale of vs and our land, as well in these matters as in anie other.[sidenote: _whethamsted._] [sidenote: the duke of yorks reconciliation to the king.] after all this adoo, it was so agréed vpon by aduise, for the auoiding of bloudshed, and pacifieng of the duke and his people, that the duke of summerset was committed to ward, as some say; or else commanded to kéepe himselfe priuie in his owne house for a time.but it should séeme by that which some haue written, that the duke of yorke was deceiued of the hope which he had, to be aided of the kentishmen; insomuch that when he saw himselfe ouermatched by the king in number of people, who had got togither thrice as manie men as the duke had there with him, the duke was the more easie to be dealt with.and so comming to the king, and submitting himselfe by mediation of certeine of the nobilitie, he obteined pardon of that his former presumptuous enterprise.and within a few daies after his comming to london with the king, he openlie in the church of s.paule (the king being present) receiued a solemne oth, that from thenceforth, he should no more commit any such offence, nor attempt anie thing, either against the king, or any other of his liege people, contrarie to the order of law and iustice.[sidenote: the duke of yorke accuseth the duke of s[=u]merset.] [sidenote: a mutuall charge betwéene the two dukes, yorke and summerset of his treason.] howsoeuer the matter went, truth it is, that the duke of yorke, the first of march, dissolued his armie, brake vp his campe, & came to the kings tent, where contrarie to his expectation, & against promise made by the king (as other write) he found the duke of summerset going at large and set at libertie, whome the duke of yorke boldlie accused of treason, briberie, oppression, and manie other crimes.the duke of summerset not onelie made answer to the dukes obiections, but also accused him of high treason, affirming, that he with his fautors and complices had consulted togither, how to come by the scepter and regall crowne of this realme.by meanes of which words the king remooued streight to london, and the duke of yorke (as prisoner) rode before him, and so was kept a while.the king assembled togither a great councell at westminster to heare the accusations of the two dukes, the one obiecting to the other manie heinous and gréeuous crimes.but the duke of summerset, which now conceiued in his mind the thing that shortlie followed, incessantlie exhorted the councell, that the duke of yorke, by compulsion or otherwise, might be driuen to confesse his offence, that so being attainted of treason, he might suffer execution, and his children to be taken as aduersaries to their natiue countrie; to the intent that by the extinction of him and his sequeale, all ciuill warre and inward diuision might ceasse and be repressed: beséeching almightie god, that so great an enimie to the king and his bloud, might neuer escape punishment, nor continue long in life.[sidenote: destinie cannot be auoided.] the duke of summerset set foorth this matter the more vehementlie, bicause he knew perfectlie, that the duke of yorke dailie imagined with himselfe, how to get the crowne, and to depose and destroie both the king and him.but destinie cannot by anie mans deuise be letted, and manie things (to appearance) declared the duke of yorkes innocencie in this case.first, his frée and voluntarie comming to the king, without constreint, when he was partlie of puissance able to haue incountred with the kings whole power.secondlie, his humble submission, and reasonable requests, as well on his owne behalfe, as for the poore commons: which might argue that he sought for no souereigntie.[sidenote: 1452] [sidenote: occasion that set the duke of yorke frée.] whilest the councell treated of sauing or dispatching of this duke of yorke, a rumor sprang through london, that edward earle of march, sonne and heire apparent to the saide duke, with a great armie of marchmen, was comming toward london: which tidings sore appalled the quéene and the whole councell.beside this, the verie same daie came ambassadours from the chéefe citizens and magistrats of the citie of burdeaux: whereof the chéefe were, the earle of kendale, and the lord de lesparre; which signified to the councell, that if they would send an armie into gascoigne, the people of the countrie would reuolt from the french part, and eftsoones become english.these two things sore troubled the heads of the councell, which, least inward sedition might hinder outward conquests, set the duke of yorke at libertie, and permitted him to go to his castell of wigmore, in the marches of wales, by whose absence the duke of summerset rose in such high fauour, both with the king and quéene, that his word onelie ruled, and his voice alone was heard.[sidenote: _abr.fl.ex i.s.pag.671, 672, in quart._] ¶ neuerthelesse the said duke of yorke had first made his submission, and tooke his oth to be true, faithfull, and obedient subiect to king henrie the sixt king of england, in saint pauls church at london, there being present the king, and most of his nobilitie, that is to saie, the dukes of buckingham, northampton, and summerset: the earls of warwike, arundell, salisburie, shropshire, deuonshire, wiltshire, northumberland, stafford and dorset, vicounts of beaumont and welles: barons, fitz warren, sainmound, cobham, dowglas, and others: bishops, the cardinall, archbishop of yorke and canturburie, winchester, elie, and london, in these words following.the tenor of the duke of yorks submission to king henrie, vnder his oth.i richard duke of yorke confesse and beknow, that i am & ought to be humble subiect and liegeman to you my souereigne lord king henrie the sixt, and owe therefore to beare you faith and truth, as to my souereigne liege lord, and shall doo all daies vnto my liues end; and shall not at anie time will or assent, that any thing attempted or doone against your most noble person: but where so euer i shall haue knowledge of anie such thing imagined or purposed, i shall with all spéed and diligence possible to me, make that your highnesse shall haue knowledge thereof: and ouer that, doo all that shall be possible to me, to the withstanding and let thereof, to the vttermost of my life.i shall not anie thing take vpon against your roiall estate or obeisance that is due thereto, nor suffer anie other man to doo, as farre foorth as it shall be in my power to let it: and also shall come at your commandement when so euer i shall be called by the same, in humble and obeisant wise: but if i be letted by anie sickenesse or impotence of my person, or by such other cause as shall be thought by you my souereigne lord reasonable.i shall neuer hereafter take vpon me to gather anie rout, nor to make anie assemblie of your people, without your commandement or licence, or in my lawfull defense.in interpretation or declaration of the which my lawful defence, i shall report me at all times to your highnesse, and if the case require, to my péeres; nor any thing attempt against anie of your subjects, of what estate, degrée, or condition that they be.but when so euer i find my selfe wronged and agréeued, i shall sue humblie for remedie to your highnesse: and procéed after the course of your lawes, and in none otherwise: sauing in mine owne lawfull defense in maner aboue said, and otherwise haue to your highnesse as an humble and true subiect ought to haue him to his souereigne lord.all these things aboue said i promise you trulie to obserue and kéepe, by the holie euangelists conteined in the booke that i laie my hand herevpon, and by the holie crosse i here touch, and by the blessed sacrament of our lords bodie, that i shall now with his mercie receiue.and ouer i agrée me and will, that if i anie time hereafter, as by the grace of our lord god i neuer shall, anie thing attempt by waie of feat or otherwise against your roiall maiestie, and obeisance that i owe therto, or anie thing take vpon me otherwise than is aboue expressed, i from that time foorth be vnabled, held, and taken as an vntrue and openlie forsworne man, and vnable to all maner of worship, estate, and degrée, be it such as i now occupie, or anie other that might in anie wise grow vnto me hereafter.and this i haue here promised and sworne, procéedeth of mine owne desire and frée voluntée, and by no constraining or coaction.in witnesse of all the which things aboue written, i richard duke of yorke (aboue named) subscribe with mine owne hand and seale

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