Anne of Cleves, on whom Henry bestowed an uncomplimentary epithet, had come, and had proved unacceptable.
He says, for instance, of Anne of Cleves, that she was the "ugliest woman that ever I saw."
She then asked Camilla if she had any message for Cleves, as one of her servants was going close to the park gate.
The matter of the Duchy of Cleves was a pretext ready to his hand.
The girl looking down on him closed her eyes for a moment, and Cleves saw her bloodless lips move, and bent nearer, listening.
Elizabeth, with Anne of Cleves, had as yet refused to appear.
Every word that is spoken against Privy Seal shall tell its tale—until he hath shaken himself clear of this Cleves coil.
On that night, as it may be imagined, the gates of the Castle of Cleves were not shut.
In contrast to this, Weyer describes the method of dealing with witchcraft in the duchy of Cleves.
How to find him—how to reward the champion and restorer of the honor and happiness of Cleves?