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King Henry [I] being in Normandy, after some writers, fell from or with his horse, whereof he caught his death; but Ranulphe says he took a surfeit by eating of a lamprey, and thereof died.
The Duke of Clarence…then being a prisoner in the Tower, was secretly put to death and drowned in a barrel of Malmesey wine within the said Tower.
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Wisdom too often never comes, and so one ought not to reject it merely because it comes late.
Robert Fabyan was a London draper, Sheriff and Alderman, and author of Fabyan's Chronicle.
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