Let the Reader Judge, After Impartially Considering These Premises, Whether the Evidence, in Which the Lives and Fortunes of So Many Were Concern'd, O

Let the Reader Judge, After Impartially Considering These Premises, Whether the Evidence, in Which the Lives and Fortunes of So Many Were Concern'd, O

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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. 17 edition. Excerpt: ...recommend u to you and the Houseor Commons, the speedy Disw patch of the Act of Indemnity, as a necessary u Foundation nf that Security well pray for. 1 did "since by a particular Meliage to the House of "Commons again press them to hasten that imporu tant Work; and did likewise by a Proclamation "publish to all the Kingdom. That I did with Impa"tience expect that Thac Act should be presented to u me for my Assent, as the most reasonable ani solid "Foundation ot that Peace, Happiness and Securi; ty, I hope and pray for to my self-and all mv Dou minions. I will not deny it to you, I thought the House of Commons too long about that w ork, "and therefore, now it is come up to you, 1 would 41 not have you guilty of the fame Delay. I thank "God, 1 ha-e the fame Intentions.;md Resolutions now lam herewith you, which 1 had at Breda, and H "believe "believe that I owe my being here to God's Blessing "upon the Intentions and Resolutions 1 then ex41 pressed to have: I will read to you what I then said. "And to the end that tie Fear of Punifrment may "not engage any, Conscious to themselves of what u paffed, to a Perseverance in Guilt for the future, tt by opposing the Quiet and Happiness of their Cotm, c try tn the Restauratton both of King, Peers and ' People, to their Just, Antient and Fundamental "Rights: We do b these Presents Declare, That-we "do grant a Free and General Pardon, which We u are ready upon demand to p'fi under our Great Seal u of England, to all Our Subjects, of what dtgree or "quality soever, who, within forty Days after the pub' lifring hereof, frail lay hold upon ibis our Grace and "Favour, and frail by any Publick AH declare their "doing so;...show more

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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236566602
  • 9781236566607