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: But as to religion, I never read the Gospels and never shall. I'm sure they enlighten you, but I prefer them to remain mysterious. As to the promise of a better world, I can only say that England was merry before, and, all things considered, and with all things as they used to be in times past. Edward Seymour
: Your Grace, if I do not have your support, may I ask if you will act against me? Charles Brandon
: I'm not sure if this is any answer, my Lord Hertford, but I've always been drawn to a phrase used by the French peasants: "Praise the God of all, drink the wine, and let the world be the world."
: Sir Christopher, whenever has innocence been cause to save a man's life... when the King deems him unfit to live in the Commonwealth. Sir Christopher Haydon
: My Lord, this is a trial under law! Edward Seymour
] Mater Haydon, if you did not know it before, then you know it now! The law is whatever His Mejesty says it is - and if you provoke His Majesty, then you will feef the full force of it!
: [Seeing Jane kiss the King
] Everything will change for her. That kiss is her destiny and fortune. Edward Seymour
: ...and ours!