An Impartial Examination of the Forth Volume of Mr. Daniel Neal's History of the Puritans; In Which His Too Great Attachment to the Usurpations of the Rump Parliament and Oliver Cromwell Is Discovered

An Impartial Examination of the Forth Volume of Mr. Daniel Neal's History of the Puritans; In Which His Too Great Attachment to the Usurpations of the Rump Parliament and Oliver Cromwell Is Discovered

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1739 edition. Excerpt: ...the Person of Gene so) Mercurius Politicus ld-lb. I have heard (says Sir Rage' I-'Eflrangez able' Falio Edit. 1694.. p. 471.) oF Tenants, who resused to pay their ' Landlord his Rent, unless he could shew a Text for in' And Mr. Walkt' (History of lnnfipendency Part 2. p. 204.) mentions an ordinance paffid some Years before, ' so' Relief of well affected Tenants, against malignant i Landlordr, who have compounded for their Estatei, 'ack their Tenant' Rent', or turn them out of Docn. (Pl Bifllop 'Can-en complete History Vol. 3. p. 233-Wrl-zoao-IU Memnirs sixth Edit. p. 106. Q e. " ral der a strong Guard, in a Frigate that lay in " Leitb Road, and then to take upon him the Command of the Army till further Order." Having taken out this Letter, and what others ' he thought fit, together with his own from the same Committee, full of' high Compliments and Expresiions of Trust, he sent away the Packet as it was directed. And then communicating the Matter to some of his particular Friends, he gave Orders for a general Review of the Army to be made next Morning at Edinburg/o, where he arrested Colonel PI/'ilksz N. Ibid. And made Way for Monk's Entranee with bis Force: in a Sort of Triumpb, February 3. 1659-60. (g) On Friday, the Soldiers being march ed, Tumults quiet-ed, and all both within and' 'r without the City in a great Calm, General Ilion-V with the Parliamenfs Army under his (g) Mnnmsiu: Poliltsiuu Num. 6o6.p. 1074. pmu me. Eebard Vol. 2. p'77-. ' Conduct: Conduct drew near the Town, and after Noon his Lordship and his Army entred by the Way of Greys-Inn-Lane into Holhourn, and from thence down Chancery Lane, and lb through Temple-Far along the Strand to _Whitehall. ' The Horse marched first, and himself on Horseback in the Head of...show more

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  • Paperback | 56 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 118g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123660301X
  • 9781236603012