The Interest of England, How It Consists in Unity of the Protestant Religion, by a Member of the House of Commons [W. Constantine]

The Interest of England, How It Consists in Unity of the Protestant Religion, by a Member of the House of Commons [W. Constantine]

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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. 1642 edition. Excerpt: ...prepard for a recruit of wants, to become instruments of any Innovation. These flie Engineers well sorsaw. that if such a design were profecuted, it must of necessity be supported by an influence from the Romijb, and such male-contents as either burthend with their necessities, or awed by the Lawes would contribute to an alteration of the establiihed Government; in the ruines and smother whereof, theymightihift into greater fortunes, 01 at least a more tolerable condition then the Law affords; for having mounted (as the only trusty) into commands of strength, they conceivd it easie, cither to rauneethe %. Prince to their own turnes, or upon unpliableneffe to dispatch-F';iH: ' him with a much activity as the two French t Henries, bthe ti-pvaw G - Prince P r'roce of O ramie, and perhapi t -nr own, of whose courage an d Or (hould the stubbompcople awake and struggle against the violation by a borne-feud, wee evaporate the bravery of the Nation: whentbeing worn destitute of advice and courage, we areexposd naked to the invasion of that Romanist, whom the Conclave has long since invested with the right of this Crown, sor the equity of that Bull divulgd by Pope TV the Fifth, as notorioufly unthrones King Chart/ (aprosessd Protestantes it did Queen Elizabeth: Then must the Crown become Komtb or at least a dependant upon Spaine, not daring to confide in this by reason of oppression, or in any Reformed State for contrariety of Interest. Now ihall the King manage his great affaires by the advice of such Counsellouri, whofe interests are truly enly English, (hall his dependance be solely under God upon the puissance of his own subjects, ihall he devote himselse to be the Head of the whole Reformed Party, ihall hee concurre to unite his three...show more

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  • Paperback | 28 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 68g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236555112
  • 9781236555113