The History of England from the Earliest Accounts of Time, to the Death of the Late Queen Anne, Volume 4

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Pagina 4 - I shall make it my endeavour to preserve this government, both in church and state, as it is now by law established.
Pagina 92 - ... the thing was pressed upon them ; and a libel it could not be, because the intent was innocent, and they kept within the bounds set up by the law that gives the subject leave to apply to his prince by petition when he is aggrieved.
Pagina 106 - Nation's relapfing into the like Miferies at any time hereafter. And as the Forces that we have brought along with us, are utterly difproportioned to that wicked Defign of conquering the Nation, if we were capable of intending it, fo the great Numbers of the principal Nobility and Gentry, that are Men of eminent Quality and...
Pagina 106 - That we do intend to conquer and enflave the Nation : And therefore it is we have thought fit to add a few words to our Declaration.' ' We are confident that no Perfons can have fuch hard Thoughts of us, as to imagine we have any other Defign in this...
Pagina 24 - ... and upon the sign given, the headsman gave a light stroke, at which he looked him in the face ; then he laid him down again, and the headsman gave him two strokes more, and then...
Pagina 349 - In order to do your part, it will be necessary to have a great strength at sea, and to provide for the security of our ships in harbour; and...
Pagina 106 - ... and of the total subversion of the government. And it is plain that there can be no redress nor remedy offered, but in parliament...
Pagina 38 - ... and encouraged by some few fiery spirits in the Pulpits, by taking upon them to treat of matters that do not lie within their province...
Pagina 410 - alfo befought her mrjeity to caufe the militia of the four " northern counties tobedifciplined, and provided with arms " and ammunition ; and a competent number of regular troops " to be kept upon the northern borders of England...
Pagina 142 - And they do claim, demand, and infill upon all, and finsular the Premifes, as their undoubted Rights and Liberties. And that no Declarations, Judgments, Doings, or Proceedings to the Prejudice of the People in any of the faid Premifes, ou«ht in any wife to be drawn hereafter into Confequence or Example.

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