To the death of Charles I

Предна корица

Между кориците на книгата

Какво казват хората - Напишете рецензия

Не намерихме рецензии на обичайните места.

Други издания - Преглед на всички

Често срещани думи и фрази

Популярни откъси

Страница 154 - Army, hired to serve any Arbitrary Power of a State, but called forth and conjured by the several Declarations of Parliament, to the defence of our own and the People's just Rights and Liberties.
Страница 667 - I tell you we will cut off his head with the crown upon it,' I replied, 'You may take your own course ; I cannot stop you ; but I will keep myself clean from having any hand in this business,' and immediately went out of the room and never returned.
Страница 403 - I resolved to take one trusty fellow with us, and with troopers' habits to go to the inn in Holborn ; which, accordingly, we did, and set our man at the gate of the inn, where the wicket only was open, to let people in and out. Our man was to give us notice when any...
Страница 132 - I am endeavouring to get to London , so that the conditions may be such as a gentleman may own , and that the rebels may acknowledge me king, being not without hope that I shall be able so to draw either the presbyterians or independents to side with me for extirpating the one or the other, that I shall be really king again.
Страница 403 - But while we were busied in these thoughts, there came a letter from one of our spies, who was of the King's bedchamber, which acquainted us, that on that day our final doom was decreed ; that he could not possibly tell what it was, but we might find it out if we could intercept a letter sent from the King to the Queen, wherein he declared what he would do.
Страница 613 - I cannot depart, no, not in show — will do the same : and, to deal freely with you, the great concession I made this day — the Church, militia, and Ireland — was made merely in order to my escape, of which if I had not hope, I would not have done...
Страница 160 - But there are other judges who think I ought not to have translated Chaucer into English, out of a quite contrary notion: they suppose there is a certain veneration due to his old language, and that it is little less than profanation and sacrilege to alter it.
Страница 160 - ... that it is little less than profanation and sacrilege to alter it. They are farther of opinion, that somewhat of his good sense will suffer in this transfusion, and much of the beauty of his thoughts will infallibly be lost, which appear with more grace in their old habit.
Страница 219 - Great Julius, on the mountains bred, A flock perhaps, or herd, had led : He *, that the world subdued, had been But the best wrestler on the green.
Страница 152 - He had a brave regiment of horse of his countrymen, most of them freeholders and freeholders' sons, and who upon matter of conscience engaged in this quarrel and under Cromwell. And thus being well armed within by the satisfaction of their own consciences, and without by good iron arms, they would, as one man, stand firmly and charge desperately.