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" She desired me to propose a remedy. I told her, the remedy, if she could bring her mind to it, was, to be contented to be his wife, and to engage herself to him, that she would give him the real authority as soon as it came into her hands, and endeavour... "
Bishop Burnet's History of His Own Time: From the Restoration of Charles II ... - Страница 440
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The Works of the Rev. Jonathan Swift, D.D. ...: With Notes ..., Том 17

Jonathan Swift - 1808
...queen of England was, to endeavour to get the power of king to the prince for ' ' life; life ; for this would lay the greatest obligation on him possible,...foundation of a perfect union between them, which had of late been a little embroiled." — Swift. " On account of Mrs. Villiers, now lady Orkney ; but he...

The Works of Jonathan Swift: Historical tracts. Political poetry. Poems ...

Jonathan Swift, Walter Scott - 1814
...Orange, when queen of England, was, to endeavour to get the power of king to the prince for life ; for this would lay the greatest obligation on him possible,...foundation of a perfect union between them, which had of late been a little embroiled."' — Swift. " On account of Mrs Villiers, now lady Orkney; but he...

The Works of Jonathan Swift: Historical tracts. Political poetry. Poems ...

Jonathan Swift, Sir Walter Scott - 1814
...Orange, when queen of England, was, to endeavour to get the power of king to the prince for life ; for this would lay the greatest obligation on him possible,...foundation of a perfect union between them, which had of late been a little embroiled " — Swift. " On account of Mrs Villiers, now lady Orkney; but he...

Bishop Burnet's History of His Own Time: With the Suppressed Passages ..., Том 3

Gilbert Burnet - 1823
...she could bring her mind to it, was, to be contented to be his wife, and to engage herself to him, that she would give him the real authority as soon...solemnly protested, that no person living had moved 693 me in it, or so much as knew of it, or should ever know of it, but as she should order it. I hoped...

History of His Own Time: With the Suppressed Passages of the First ..., Том 3

Gilbert Burnet - 1823
...she could bring her mind to it, was, to be contented to be his wife, and to engage herself to him, that she would give him the real authority as soon...between them, which had been of late a little embroiled n : this would also give him another sense of aH our affairs : I asked pardon for the presumption of...

The works of Jonathan Swift, containing additional letters, tracts ..., Том 12

Jonathan Swift - 1824
...Orange, when Queen of England, was, to endeavour to get the power of king to the prince for life ; for this would lay the greatest obligation on him possible, and lay the foundation for a perfect union between them, which had of late been a little embroiled." — Swift. " On account...

Bishop Burnet's history of his own time

Gilbert Burnet - 1833
...she could bring her mind to it, was, to be contented to be his wife, and to engage herself to him, that she would give him the real authority as soon...between them, which had been of late a little embroiled z : this would also give him another sense of all our affairs : I asked pardon for the presumption...

Bishop Burnet's History of His Own Time, Том 3

Gilbert Burnet - 1833
...she could bring her mind to it, was, to be contented to be his wife, and to engage herself to him, that she would give him the real authority as soon...between them, which had been of late a little embroiled z : this would also give him another sense of all our affairs : I asked pardon for the presumption...

History of the Revolution in England in 1688, Том 2

James Mackintosh - 1834
...to be legally vested in him during his life ; which would lay the greatest obligation on the Prince possible, and lay the foundation of a perfect union between them, which had of late been a little embroiled." She instantly gave the required assurance. The Prince had the reputation...

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

James Mackintosh - 1834
...to be legally vested in him during his life ; which would lay the greatest obligation on the Prince possible, and lay the foundation of a perfect union between them, which had of late been a little embroiled." She instantly gave the required assurance. The Prince had the reputation...




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