Memoirs of Edmund Ludlow Volume 2

Memoirs of Edmund Ludlow Volume 2

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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. Excerpt: ... of the Army, who thought they could have influenced Mr. Richard Qowafl not removing from hiuhal, tho j! h? ri '.received" 'Meflage t$ at end Sir Jfynry %4&9. Sir,&thur. Haflerig, 'tyt. Scot md I, acCordingj tO; the command we fta'd from the fztliitint, attend A niiri there, and received fpranswer thaf'he'wpuld doit. With all Convenient speed. But the Parliament 'eingr impatient of his Delays, sent the Chief fuftke St. John and'another Perspn tp require m t-Q give them a positive Answer touching is Removal, which fre did tp tleir satisfaction j declaring his Acquiescence in the Providence of God, and his Resolution, not only to submit to the Authority of the Parliament, but also tp use the best of his Endeavours to perswade all those in whom he had any Interest to do so likewise. The Parliament having received his Answer, ordered 20000 Pounds to be presently paid him to enable him to remove, and passed a Resolution to pay those Debts, which it was said he had contracted on the Publick Account.. The Army in Ireland being informed that the Parliament was returned to the exercise of their Authority, sent over Commissioners to them to propose divers things relating as well to the Civil as Military Government of that Nation. The Council of State having heard their Propositions, prepared such of them as they thought reasonable for the. consideration of the Parliaments in particular, those concerning the establishment of the Army in the possession of those Lands which had been assigned them in Paiment of their Arrears as also to consirm the Adventurers and others in the possession of theirs, as far as might consist with the Rules of Justice. Then the Parliament proceeded to put the administration of Affairs there, into such Hands as they could more

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  • Paperback | 98 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 5mm | 191g
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236604296
  • 9781236604293