Thomas More Quote

Now there was a young gentleman which had married a merchant's wife. And having a little wanton money, which him thought burned out the bottom of his purse, in the first year of his wedding took his wife with him and went over sea, for none other errand but to see Flanders and France and ride out one summer in those countries.


Works (c. 1530)

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Now there was a young gentleman which had married a merchant's wife. And having a little wanton money, which him thought burned out the bottom of his ...

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Now there was a young gentleman which had married a merchant's wife. And having a little wanton money, which him thought burned out the bottom of his ...

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Now there was a young gentleman which had married a merchant's wife. And having a little wanton money, which him thought burned out the bottom of his ...

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Now there was a young gentleman which had married a merchant's wife. And having a little wanton money, which him thought burned out the bottom of his ...