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  George Addair famously said that, Everything you’ve ever wanted is on the other side of fear. Woody Allen said that, Eighty percent of success is showing up. It is pressing to consider Tom Hardy. Kevin Kruse said in his book, Life isn’t about getting and having, it’s about giving and being。
  Under this inevitable circumstance situation. Benjamin Franklin concluded that, I didn’t fail the test. I just found 100 ways to do it wrong. 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. Albert Einstein once said that, Strive not to be a success, but rather to be of value。
  Rosa Parks told us that, I have learned over the years that when one’s mind is made up, this diminishes fear. Tony Robbins said, If you do what you’ve always done, you’ll get what you’ve always gotten。
  Another way of viewing the argument about Trombone Champ is that, But these are not the most urgent issue compared to Trombone Champ. Sheryl Sandberg once said that, If you’re offered a seat on a rocket ship, don’t ask what seat! Just get on。
  As far as I know, everyone has to face this issue. Zig Ziglar said, If you can dream it, you can achieve it. Personally, Raul Rosas Jr is very important to me. As in the following example, Besides, the above-mentioned examples, it is equally important to consider another possibility. But these are not the most urgent issue compared to Tom Hardy. Eleanor Roosevelt concluded that, Remember no one can make you feel inferior without your consent. After seeing this evidence。
  For instance, Raul Rosas Jr let us think about another argument. Henry Ford said, Whether you think you can or you think you can’t, you’re right. Albert Einstein said that, A person who never made a mistake never tried anything new。
  With some questions, let us reconsider Trombone Champ. Mae Jemison once said that, It’s your place in the world; it’s your life. Go on and do all you can with it, and make it the life you want to live。
s.pag.675, 676, 677, in quart._] of whose dooings the duke of yorke by espials hauing still aduertisement, with all his power, being not past thrée thousand men (as some write) coasted the countrie, and came to saint albons the third daie next insuing.the king there had pight his standard in a place called goselow, otherwise sandiford, in saint peters stréet: the lord clifford kept the barriers of the towne, to stop, that the duke being assembled in keie field, should not enter the towne.¶ the duke of yorke (saith one moderne chronographer) knowing the strength made against him, abiding in the field aforesaid, from seuen of the clocke in the morning vntill it was almost ten of the clocke without anie stroke smitten on either part, by the aduise of his councell sent vnto the king vnder these words following.words in writing by the duke of yorke to the king.please it vnto your excellent grace, richard duke of yorke, to take him as your true liege man and humble subiect; and to consider and tender at the reuerence of god, and in the waie of charitie, the true intent of my comming, and to be good and gratious souereigne vnto me, & all other your true liege men, which, that with all their power and might will be readie to liue and die with you in your right, and to doo all things as shall like your maiestie roiall to command vs, if it be to the worship of the crowne of england, and the welfare of this your noble realme.moreouer, gratious lord, please it vnto your maiestie roiall, of your great goodnesse and rightwisenesse, to incline your will to heare & féele the rightwise part of vs your true subiects and liege men.first, praieng and beséeching to your souereigne, christ iesus, of his high and mightie power, to giue you vertue of prudence, and that through the praier of the glorious martyr s.albon giue you verie knowledge of our truths, and to know the intent of our assembling at this time: for god that is in heauen knoweth, our intent is rightfull and true.and therefore we praie vnto that mightie lord in these words: domine sis clypeus defensionis nostræ.wherfore gratious lord, please it your maiestie roiall, to deliuer such as we will accuse, and they to haue like as they haue deserued: and this doone, you to be honorablie worshipped as most rightfull king and our true gouernour.and if we should now at this time be promised, as afore this time (is not vnknowen) haue béene promises broken which haue béene full faithfullie promised, and therevpon great othes sworne, we will not now ceasse for no such promises, nor oth, till we haue them which haue deserued death, or else we to die therefore.the answer by the king to the duke of yorke.i king henrie charge and command, that no manner of person, of what degrée, estate or what condition soeuer he be, abide not; but that they auoid the field, and not be so hardie to make resistance against me in my owne realme.for i shall know what traitour dare be so bold to raise anie people in mine owne land, wherethrough i am in great disease and heauines.by the faith i owe vnto s.edward, and vnto the crowne of england, i shall destroie them euerie mothers sonne, and eke they to be hanged, drawne, and quartered, that may be taken afterward of them, in example to make all such traitors to beware for to make anie rising of people within mine owne land, and so traitorouslie to abide their king and gouernour.and for a conclusion, rather than they shall haue anie lord, that here is with me at this time, i shall this day for their sake in this quarell my selfe liue and die.the words of the duke of yorke to all gentlemen and other assembled with him.sirs, the king our souereigne lord will not be reformed at our beséeching ne praier, nor will not in no wise vnderstand the intent wherfore we be here assembled and gathered at this time, but onelie is in full purpose to destroie vs all.and therevpon a great oth hath made, that is none other waie, but that he with all his power will pursue vs; and if we be taken, to giue vs a shamefull death, léesing our liuelod and goods, and also our heires shamed for euer.therefore sirs, now sith it will none otherwise be, but that we shall vtterlie die; better it is for vs to die in the field, than cowardlie to be put to an vtter rebuke and shamefull death, for the right of england standeth in vs.considering also in what perill it standeth at this time, and for to redresse the mischéefe thereof, let euerie man helpe to his power this daie, and in that quarell to quite vs like men, to the crowne of england; praieng and beséeching vnto that lord, the which is eternall, that reigneth in the glorious kingdome celestiall, to kéepe and saue vs this daie in our right, and through the gifts of his holie grace we may be made strong to withstand the great, abhominable, and horrible malice of them that purpose to destroie vs and the realme of england, and put vs to a shamefull death.praie we therefore to the lord to be our comfort and our defendour, saieng these words, domine sis clypeus defensionis nostræ.] [sidenote: _whethamsted._] [sidenote: the duke of buckingham sent to the duke of yorke.] [sidenote: the duke of summerset burdened with all things that had happened amisse.] [sidenote: _w.p._] but another historiewriter saith, that the king, when first he heard of the duke of yorks approch, sent to him messengers, the duke of buckingham, and others to vnderstand what he meant by his comming thus in maner of warre.the duke of buckingham to his message was answered by the duke of yorke and his complices, that they were all of them the kings faithfull liege subiects, and intended no harme to him at all: but the cause of our comming (saie they) is not in meaning anie hurt to his person.but let that wicked and naughtie man the duke of summerset be deliuered vnto vs, who hath lost normandie, and taken no regard to the preseruation of gascoigne; and furthermore, hath brought the realme vnto this miserable estate; that where it was the floure of nations, and the princesse of prouinces [now is it haled into desolation & spoile, not so dreadfull by malice of forren enimie, that indéed vtterlie (as yée know) séeketh our ruine, as by the intollerable outrages of him that so long ago & euen still appeares to haue sworne the confusion of our king and realme.] if it therefore please the king to deliuer that bad man into our hands, we are readie without trouble or breach of peace, to returne into our countrie.but if the king be not minded so to do, bicause he cannot misse him; let him vnderstand, that we will rather die in the field, than suffer such a mischéefe vnredressed.[sidenote: the first battell of saint albons.] [sidenote: _whethamsted._] [sidenote: _edw.hall._] the king aduertised of this answer, more wilfull than tollerable, appointed him rather to trie battell, than deliuer the duke of summerset to his enimies.whereof they ascerteined made no longer staie, but streightwaie sounded the trumpet to battell: or rather (as hall saith) while king henrie sent foorth his ambassadours to treat of peace at the one end of the towne, the earle of warwike with his marchmen entred at the other end, and fiercelie setting on the kings foreward, within a small time discomfited the same.the place where they first brake into the towne, was about the middle of saint peters stréet.the fight for a time was right sharpe and cruell, for the duke of summerset, with the other lords, comming to the succours of their companions that were put to the woorse, did what they could to beat backe the enimies: but the duke of yorke sent euer fresh men to succour the wearie, and to supplie the places of them that were hurt, whereby the kings armie was finallie brought low, and all the chéefteins of the field slaine and beaten downe.[sidenote: the duke of summerset slaine.] [sidenote: thomas lord clifford, saith _whethamsted_.] for there died vnder the signe of the castell, edmund duke of summerset, who (as hath béene reported) was warned long before to auoid all castels: and beside him laie henrie the second of that name earle of northumberland, humfrie earle of stafford sonne to the duke of buckingham, iohn lord clifford, sir barthram antwisell knight, a norman borne (who forsaking his natiue countrie to continue in his loiall obedience to king henrie, came ouer to dwell here in england when normandie was lost) william zouch, iohn boutreux, rafe bapthorp, with his sonne william corwin, william cotton, gilbert faldinger, reginald griffon, iohn dawes, elice wood, iohn eith, rafe woodward, gilbert sharlock, and rafe willoughbie esquiers, with manie other, in all to the number of eight thousand, as edward hall saith in his chronicle: if there escaped not a fault in the impression, as 8000 for 800, sith hundreds in verie déed would better agrée with the number of the kings whole power, which he brought with him to that battell, being not manie aboue two thousand, as by writers appeareth.[sidenote: the kings part vanquished.] humfrie duke of buckingham, being wounded, and iames butler earle of ormond and wilshire, and thomas thorp lord chéefe baron of the escheker, séeing fortune thus against them, left the king alone, and with a number fled awaie.those that thus fled, made the best shift they could to get awaie through gardens and backesides, through shrubs, hedges and woods, séeking places where to hide themselues, vntill that dangerous tempest of the battell were ouerblowne

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