“I have here the proofs, Your Majesty,” returned Walsingham.
"You should say, she professes to prefer us," replied Mr. Walsingham.
If he had been trained under Walsingham he would certainly know a thing or two.
Captain Walsingham is not the man she desires for a son-in-law.
When I knew him first, he was one of Walsingham's men; and so was I, i' faith!
The person he was most afraid of on the trial was Walsingham.
At length Walsingham judged it time to interpose and rescue his sovereign from her perilous situation.
"That's right, my dear little defender of the absent," said Mr. Walsingham.
Walsingham sent the letter to More, and apparently urged a consideration of her case.
She spoke, but Captain Walsingham did not hear her important question.