Definition of Guyses
1. guyse [n] - See also: guyse
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Literary usage of Guyses
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. State Papers: Relating to Henry VIII. by Great Britain Record Commission (1849)
"... difficultie for the conclusion therof; uppon what particuliers, as yet I knowe not. The said Monsr de guyses sonne is very sick, and escaped a grete ..."
2. A History of the English Church During the Civil Wars and Under the by Ecole littéraire de Montréal, Charles Gill, William Arthur Shaw (1900)
"... in the committee [which] we found there very sticking ; the Independents and all love so well sundry of their English guyses which we must have away. ..."
3. Elizabethan Critical Essays by George Gregory Smith (1904)
"... who sitting at the lower end of the Duke of guyses table among many, the day after there had bene a great battaile foughten, the Duke finding that this ..."
4. The History of the Reformation of the Church of England by Gilbert Burnet (1865)
"The pope offered to monsieur de guyses son, with his niece, two hundred thousand crowns, and he refused it. ..."
5. History of England from the Fall of Wolsey to the Death of Elizabeth by James Anthony Froude (1870)
"... who had no love for the Pope, hated the guyses and Spain, regarded the English alliance as a guarantee for the quiet of France, and looked on a marriage ..."