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Página 229 - ... fhould rife out that day, and feize on all arms he could get in his county, and this day to be near winter, fo that England...
Página 221 - ... amounts only to two thoufand one hundred and nine : on the report of other proteftants, one thoufand fix hundred and nineteen more ; and on the report of fome of the rebels themfelves, a further number of three hundred ; the whole, both by pofitive evidence and by report, making four thoufand and twenty-eight.
Página 141 - ... estate. A new act of uniformity was, ere long, promulgated, by which every beneficed minister, every fellow of a college, and every schoolmaster, was required to declare his unfeigned assent to all and every thing contained in the book of common prayer ; and every minister was required publicly to declare, that it is not lawful, on any pretence whatever, to take arms against the king.
Página 93 - I could only find honed citizens and brave foldierj, but not one executioner: we jointly, therefore, befeech your majefty to command our arms and lives in things which are practicable.
Página 91 - When he thought it fo near as to receive the facraments of the church, he drew his fignet ring from his finger, and put it upon that of his fon, with thefe words :
Página 229 - ... be, and to have a watchful eye on the proceedings and actions of thofe who come thither from abroad, on what pretext foever.
Página 221 - The number of people killed, upon pofitive evidence collected in two years after the infurreclion broke out, adding them all together, amounts only to two thoufand one hundred and nine ; on the report of other Proteftants, one thoufand fix hundred and nineteen more ; and on the report of fome of the rebels themfelves, a further number of three hundred; the whole making FOUR THOUSAND...
Página 27 - Thele were known, to a proverb, for leaving their friends in extremity ; George, on the contrary, foon after his arrival in England, was heard to fay ; " My maxim is, never to " abandon my friends. To do juftice to all " the world, 'and to fear no man.
Página 229 - Watchfulnefs to be had therein; which is, that, of lace, there have pafled from Spain, and the like may well have been from other Parts, an unfpeakable Number of Irijh Church-men, for England and Ireland, and fome good old Soldiers; under Pretext of aflcing Leave to raife Men for the King of Spain; whereas it is obferved among the Irijh Fryars, a Whifper runs, as if they expe&ed a Rebellion in Ireland, and particularly in Ccnnaugbt.