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402 페이지 - You shall be taken from the place where you are, and be carried to the place from whence you came, and from thence to the place of execution, and there be severally hanged by your necks until you be dead. And the Lord have mercy on your souls.
206 페이지 - I have acted rashly, it ought not to affect the innocent. I intended to wrong nobody, but to serve my king and country, and that without self-interest, hoping by the example I gave to have induced others to their duty ; and God, who sees the secrets of my heart, knows I speak truth.
204 페이지 - Balmerino, and every of you, return to the prison of the Tower, from whence you came ; from thence you must be drawn to the place of execution ; when you come there, you must be hanged by the neck ; but not till you...
361 페이지 - Whereas the House of Lords of Ireland have of late, against law, assumed to themselves a power and jurisdiction, to examine, correct and amend the judgments and decrees of the courts of justice in the kingdom of Ireland; therefore for the better securing of the dependency of Ireland upon the crown of Great Britain...
200 페이지 - Lordships will at the same Time consider, that the laying waste a Tract of Land bears but a little Proportion, in Point of Guilt, compared with that Crime of which you...
206 페이지 - But I am sensible that in this I have made bold with my loyalty, having never any other but King James the Third for my rightful and lawful sovereign : him I had an inclination to serve from my infancy, and was moved thereto by a natural love I had to his person, knowing him to be capable of making his people happy. And though he had been of a different religion from mine, I should have...
137 페이지 - The willingness they there declared of coming to such a temper as should be thought fit, with the Dissenters, when that matter should be considered and settled in Parliament and Convocation,' manifestly referred to what was then known to several, if not all, of the subscribers, to have been at that very time under deliberation. And, that nothing more was intended than has been stated, is no less evident from what was publicly declared in a treatise, purposely written to recommend the design when...
163 페이지 - Occasion, to Vindicate the Honour of the Church of England, because the Chief Hopes of Our Enemies seem to arise from Discontents artificially raised among Us : and because some, who have Valued themselves, and have been too much Valued by others, for a pretended Zeal for the Church, have Joined with Papists in these Wicked Attempts...
202 페이지 - How could it then enter into the Heart of Men to think, that private Persons might with a good Conscience endeavour to subvert such a Settlement, by running to tumultuary Arms, and by intoxicating the Dregs of the People with contradictory Opinions and groundless Slanders; or that God's Providence would ever prosper such wicked, such ruinous.
136 페이지 - ... of it. It was visible to all the nation that the more moderate dissenters were generally so well satisfied with that stand which our divines had made against popery and the many unanswerable treatises they had published in confutation of it as to express an unusual readiness to come in to us. And it was therefore thought worth the while when they were deliberating about those other matters to consider at the same time what might be done to gain them without doing any prejudice to ourselves. The...