The lure to James was the hand of the English king's daughter, Margaret Tudor.
"History of the English People, Volume III (of 8)" by John Richard Green
After living with the English, I would not go back to live under the king's officers, in any case.
"On the Irrawaddy" by G. A. Henty
Tynree is the Gaelic of a name that in the English is King's House.
"John Splendid" by Neil Munro
Being now on English ground, he drank the King's health and sailed across to Masuah, the main port of Abyssinia.
"A Book of Discovery" by Margaret Bertha (M. B.) Synge
In spite of the king's threats they attacked the Spanish fleet as it lay in English waters, and drove it broken to Ostend.
"History of the English People, Volume V (of 8)" by John Richard Green
The question doubtless occurs to most authors how far they are under bonds to the King's English.
"From Sail to Steam, Recollections of Naval Life" by Captain A. T. Mahan
Soon after, the English position was stormed, and the king's brother, Gurth, was slain.
"The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 18, No. 108, October, 1866" by Various
Within Gresham's Bourse were piazzas for wet weather, and the covered walks were adorned with statues of English kings.
"Old and New London" by Walter Thornbury
The king's father had linked himself to an English princess, and the Scottish people thought little of her.
"A Prince of Good Fellows" by Robert Barr
To imply he has the support of the English king's warships.
"The Moghul" by Thomas Hoover
Peddler understood the challenge just as clearly as if it had been expressed in plainest King's English.
"The Secret Trails" by Charles G. D. Roberts
Sometimes he did not talk, on the stage, without mouthing, marring the King's English.
"London Days" by Arthur Warren
They were refused the protection of English law, shut out from the king's courts and from the king's peace.
"Irish Nationality" by Alice Stopford Green
Georgia gave a sudden start, and, had looks the power to kill, poor obtuse Mr. Lester would never have murdered the king's English again.
"The Actress' Daughter" by May Agnes Fleming
The Flemings were also hard hit by this collapse of the king's credit, and very naturally lost their enthusiasm for the English alliance.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 9, Slice 5" by Various
But the English did not view the King's inducements with enthusiasm.
"Legends of Loudoun" by Harrison Williams
Even Ralf our Earl, the King's nephew, shall go, though his mother were English Godgifu!
"Star of Mercia" by Blanche Devereux
The English king, when he heard of his governor's action, informed Louis XIV.
"The History of the Thirteen Colonies of North America 1497-1763" by Reginald W. Jeffery
But Eleanor, the King's mother, rested not till she had raised the money, and the English paid gladly.
"Britain in the Middle Ages" by Florence L. Bowman
I find the King's English expresses my meaning better.
"Felix Holt, The Radical" by George Eliot