Certainly Sir henry vane is too dangerous a man to let live, if we can honestly put him out of the way.
But lately, when Sir henry vane was away, she had the wall opened.
When 'twas read Sir henry vane stood up and repremanded and 'wondred at his impudence to affirme such a notorious lye.'
At her departure, it appears, from the best authorities, that she gave the great Chair to her friend henry vane.
When Sir henry vane came home, he was exhausted by a long journey and went at once to rest.
"He is young et fort nouveau, so as he will no doubt commit many errors," she wrote to Sir henry vane.
The condemnation of Sir henry vane was very questionable even according to the letter of the law.
henry vane, though elected Governor in 1636, showed marked discontent, and when defeated the next year left the colony.
Vane (vān), John Robert. Born 1927.
British pharmacologist. He shared a 1982 Nobel Prize for research on prostaglandins.