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" At a subsequent period, when the prelates of England offered wholesome and honest counsel to their Sovereign, those of Scotland presented an address to him, in which they prayed that "God might give him the hearts of his subjects and the necks of his... "
The Miscellaneous Works of the Right Honourable Sir James Mackintosh - Страница 306
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Prayers and Offices of Devotion for Families, and for Particular Persons ...

Benjamin Jenks - 1806 - 372 страници
...the sceptre of these realms, O Lord preserve his life, prolong his days, and prosper his government. Give him the hearts of his subjects, and the necks of his enemies. Make him the rejoicing of thy people, and a terror only to evil doers. O continue him long a zeaous...

Annals of Glasgow: Comprising an Account of the Public Buildings ..., Том 2

James Cleland - 1816
...attachment to this Popish King, sent a letter to him, expressive of their unshaken loyalty, and praying " that God might give him the hearts of his subjects and the necks of his enemies; might give success to His Majesty's arms; that all who should invade his just and undoubted rights,...

Views in Edinburgh and its vicinity; drawn and engr. by J. & H. S. Storer

1820
...in him for the protection of their church and religion, and their earnest desires, " that God would give him the hearts of his subjects and the necks of his enemies." CHAPTER V. From the Revolution to the Rebellion in 1745. THE arrival of the prince of Orange being...

Views in Edinburgh and Its Vicinity, Том 1

James Storer - 1820
...in him for the protection of their church and religion, and their earnest desires, " that God would give him the hearts of his subjects and the necks of his enemies." CHAPTER V. From the Revolution to the Rebellion in 1745. THE arrival of the prince of Orange being...

History of the Revolution in England in 1688, comprising a view of the Reign ...

James Mackintosh - 1834
...to the King,their opinion that hemighl take away the penal taws without the consent of Parliament." No manifestation of sympathy appears to have been...hearts of his subjects and the necks of his enemies.'' " In the awful struggle in which the English nation and Church were about to engage, they had to number...

The history of England from the accession of James the second

Thomas Babington Macaulay (baron.) - 1834
...to the King,their opinion that he might take away the penal laws without the consent of Parliament." No manifestation of sympathy appears to have been...hearts of his subjects and the necks of his enemies." b In the awful struggle in which the English nation and Church were about to engage, they had to number...

History of the revolution in England in 1688: Comprising a view of ..., Том 2

Sir James Mackintosh - 1834
...the King,thei r opinion that he might take away the penal laws without the consent of Parliament." No manifestation of sympathy appears to have been...hearts of his subjects and the necks of his enemies." " In the awful struggle in which the English nation and Church were about to engage, they had to number...

History of the Revolution in England in 1688, Том 2

James Mackintosh - 1834
...to the King,their opinion that he might take away the penal laws without the consent of Parliament." No manifestation of sympathy appears to have been...him the hearts of his subjects and the necks of his enemies."1" In the awful struggle in which the English nation and Church were about to engage, they...

A View of the Reign of James II. from His Accession, to the Enterprise of ...

Sir James Mackintosh - 1835 - 731 страници
...the King, their opinion that he might take away the penal laws without the consent of Parliament. 11 No manifestation of sympathy appears to have been...hearts of his subjects and the necks of his enemies." « In the awful struggle in which the English nation and Church were about to engage, they had to number...

The New monthly belle assemblée, Томове 44–45

...and the bishops, with two exceptions, professed unshaken loyalty, putting up prayers that God would give him " the hearts of his subjects and the necks of his enemies !" As in England James had vainly attempted to delude the Nonconformists by his offers of a general...




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