So schteet s 'nau,' dii Mændǝ is drunnǝ im kuuschtall, wann du fĭleicht ærscht mit iir dǝrweeghǝ schwetsǝ witt.
And nau says that she had told Lethington what she knew on June 16, 1567.
She also acknowledged Curle to be a very honest man, but simple and easily imposed on by nau.
nau had not known him, and his narrative came direct from Mary herself.
nau tells us that, as the pair escaped out of Holyrood, Darnley uttered remorseful words over Riccios new-made grave.
nau has preserved in his travels the narrative of that recluse.
The evidence on which Mr. Stevenson attributes it to nau is given in his introduction.
Maître Chopin was for the lessors, nau appeared for the tenant.
Here Maître Chopin sits down, with a wink at the court, and nau pleads for the tenant.
According to nau, Marys secretary, inspired by her, she had already written from prison a long letter to Moray.