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From these the Heracleidai, descended from Heracles and the slave-girl of Iardanos, obtained the government, being charged with it by reason of an oracle; and they reigned for two-and-twenty generations of men, five hundred and five years, handing on the power from father to son, till the time of Clandaules the son of Myrsos. This Candaules then of whom I speak had become passionately in love with his own wife; and having become so, he deemed that his wife was fairer by far than all other women; and thus deeming, to Gyges the son of Daskylos for he of all his spearmen was the most pleasing to himto this Gyges, I say, he used to impart as well the more weighty of his affairs as also the beauty of his wife, praising it above measure: When a woman puts off her tunic she puts off her modesty also.
Moreover of old time those fair sayings have been found out by men, from which we ought to learn wisdom; and of these one is this,—that each man should look on his own: With such words as these he resisted, fearing lest some evil might come to him from this; but the king answered him thus: For I will contrive it so from the first that she shall not even perceive that she has been seen by thee.
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He then, not supposing that anything of that im had been done was known to her, came upon her summons; for he had been accustomed before to go whenever the queen summoned him. And when Gyges was come, the woman said to him these words: Either thou must slay Candaules and possess both me and the kingdom of Lydia, or thou must thyself here on the spot be slain, so that thou mayest not in future, by obeying Candaules in all things, see that which thou shouldest not. Either he must die who formed this design, or thou who hast looked upon me naked and done that which is not accounted lawful.
So after they had prepared the plot, when night came on, for Gyges was not let go nor was there any way of escape for him, but he must either be slain himself or slay Candauleshe followed the woman to the bedchamber; and she gave him a dagger and concealed him behind that very same door. Then afterwards, while Candaules was sleeping, Gyges came privily up to him and slew him, and he obtained both his wife and his kingdom: May it therefore please Your Excellent Majesty to licence me to be a most lowly suitor unto Your Highness to extend to- wards my miserable state Your Majesty's further favour and accustomed mercy, which upon my knees in all humble wise I crave, with my daily prayers to God to long continue and preserve Your Majesty's reign over us.
From Pirgo the vi of November Your Majesty's most humble, bounden, and obedient servant. A little later, Lady Katherine, according to a letter from Lord John to Cecil, dated December 12, " has been in bed for three or four days," and so ill that he thought of sending for one of the queen's doctors. She was weeping all the time, and " assuredly, she never went to bed all this time of her sickness, but they that watched with her much doubted how to find her in the morning. She is so fraughted with phlegm, by reason of thought, weeping and sitting still, that many hours she is like to be overcome therewith.
He therefore begs Cecil to make a fresh appeal on her behalf. The following day, Katherine herself addressed a letter to Cecil, beseeching the great man to intercede for her; wishing to God she were buried rather than con- tinue to languish in her sorrow and misery, and moreover intimating that she had also written to Lord Robert Dudley, who had been created Earl of Leicester on the previous 29th of September. During the winter ofNewdigate, Hert- ford's step-father — who must have been a most odious personality;' — began to interfere in the affairs of Lady Katherine and her husband.
He spoke of Lord John Grey to Lady Clinton in the most insolent terms — " with no small bragging words " — and seems to have tried to persuade Hertford that Lord John was his worst enemy. He said that Lady Katherine ought not to be sending letters to the queen or council without his Hertford's knowledge.
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Thus desiring the continuance of your friendship, I most heartily bid you farewell, good cousin Cecil, praying you to make my hearty commendations to my cousin your wife.