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Страница 140 - ... such a numerous people, that they knew not how to dispose of: and though they were declared to be all forfeited, and so to have no title to any thing, yet they must remain somewhere.
Страница 62 - His daughter quickly arrived at her father's house, to his great joy, having always had a great affection for her; and she being his eldest child, he had more acquaintance with her than with any of his children...
Страница 99 - Mediation;" and fo left him in apparent Difpleafure. However, at that Chapter the Earl of Lindfey was created Knight of the Garter, with the reft ; and coming afterwards to hear by what Chance it was, He ever lived with great Civility towards the Chancellor to his Death.
Страница 10 - ... for two or three with such confidence and importunity, , and with such tedious discourses, that the king was extremely nauseated with their suits, though his modesty knew not how to break from them ; that he no sooner got into his chamber, which for some hours he was not able...
Страница 141 - ... every day of famine. In this deplorable condition, and under this consternation, they found themselves obliged to accept or submit to the hardest conditions of their conquerors, and so signed such conveyances and releases as were prepared for them, that they might enjoy those lands which belonged to other men. And by this means the plantation (as they called it) of...
Страница 142 - Ireland was the great capital, out of which all debts were paid, all services rewarded, and all acts of bounty performed.
Страница 57 - ... who had been of the party which had been faulty, according to his declaration from Breda, he made of his own free inclination and choice the earl of Manchester (who was looked upon as one of the principal heads of the presbyterian party) lord chamberlain of his house ; who, continuing still to perform all good offices to his old friends, complied very punctually with all the obligations and duties which his place required, never failed being at chapel, and at all the king's devotions with all...
Страница 42 - ... very far in that classis of men, as well as upon other parts of the nation, in all counties; and had exceedingly weakened the parts, and broken the understandings of many, who had formerly competent judgments, and had been in all respects fit for any trust; and had prevented the growth of parts in many young men, who had good affections, but had been from their entering into the world so corrupted with that excess, and other license of the time, that they only made much noise, and by their extravagant...
Страница 137 - England being fhortly after fomented by the Parliament, They applied very much of that Money brought in by the Adventurers, and many of the Troops which had been raifed for that Service, immediately...
Страница 63 - that the " duke of York had owned a great affection for " his daughter to the king, and that he much " doubted that she was with child by the duke, " and that the king required the advice of them " and of him what he was to do.

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