A Medicine for Malignancy, or Parliament Pill, Serving to Purge Out the Malignant Humours of Men Dis-Affected to the Republick

A Medicine for Malignancy, or Parliament Pill, Serving to Purge Out the Malignant Humours of Men Dis-Affected to the Republick : Wherein by Way of Dialogue or Discourse Between a Royalist and a Loyalist, the Common Pleas of the Kingdom Are Out-Pleaded

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Excerpt from A Medicine for Malignancy, or Parliament Pill, Serving to Purge Out the Malignant Humours of Men Dis-Affected to the Republick: Wherein by Way of Dialogue or Discourse Between a Royalist and a Loyalist, the Common Pleas of the Kingdom Are Out-Pleaded I4 to the Caule, although there may be amongfi/them {0 inc ungodly w: c ell/es 'not purged out by m'artia'll difcipline, Which is tp'be feared the Lord {will purge by the (word; I pray God 3gige them hearts to confider it whomit molt principally concerns, thatthofe Acbam trouble not the whole Kingdome and bring not a curfe upon the proceedings both of Army and Parliament. S.econdly, thofe vilde perfons in thearmy, raifedby Authority of Par liament are not countenanced nor encouraged but as often punilhed as occafion is offered, Tome of them imprifoned to this day for their 1a valarifme and plundering pranks; I could name divers of them, how, 'a nd Where punilhed, but its {nflieiently known that its againlt the intent of their raifingaeither to mine or injury the Kingdome, but to defend and prote& it from the violence of the adverfe party but contrariwife the Army thats called the Kings, the Lord grant He and his Throne may be guiltleflefits their onel y way of living, their profeflion is plundering and pillaging, their minds fet upon murder and mifchiefe, and all this{cum P ribileg'io)l'o that that which heretofore kept th'eevery robbery, murders, 8t fuch outrages from being the belitrade in the Kingdomejn the opini ons of every negleetedpr at lell futh villains, hc ing protee'ted From their iull reward)its now accounted the limit way that can be; a man indeed cannot devife a more tependious way to inrich him felfe then by taking'all for his own for whereas thefe Royfiers hereto fore were put to it to jeopard a joynt fora purle now and then by the High way, now by a new lawlelle Law they take all Where they come for their own without controll, trimming to themlelves more priviledge then in any age I ever heard or read the Kings Taker durfi, although of late our Patentees and Monopolifis went very farre this way. Thirdly, 'its quite contrary to his Excellencies the Lord Generals in tention or knowledge that fuch things be done, and farre more againf't the Parliaments 5 but thefe anti-parliamenters that Conventicle of Delinquents, thofe Troops of Traitors multitudes of Monopolifei s, that packe of Patentees and Papilis that Atheiflicall Army are well known and verll this way; -yea, that molt famous and illufirious Prince ofrobbers, ( Rupert) who will no longer be'call'd Robert, by reafon of theill found of that word, it being too fignificant to declare-his praeiife, is mofifamoufly infamous/in the knowledge, countenancing and praf'ti hug this new Law (of all our_owne) being Commander in chiefe of molt part of the Theeves Cut-purits High-way Rogues Sta e - players, proe'tors, Promoters and Pick-pockets in the Kingdonie, au of the 1 ell before mentioned, and ofnecefiity {itch as are the perfons fuch mufl be their'prae'tiies. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.show more

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  • Paperback | 106 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 6mm | 154g
  • Forgotten Books
  • United States
  • English
  • , black & white illustrations
  • 0243276966
  • 9780243276967