Monro, His Expedition with the Worthy Scots Regiment (Called Mac-Keyes-Regiment) Levied in August 1626; P. 1.2

Monro, His Expedition with the Worthy Scots Regiment (Called Mac-Keyes-Regiment) Levied in August 1626; P. 1.2

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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. 1637 edition. Excerpt: ...and tyranny ofthe house of jittftrj, and the Catholique League their mortal! enemies. Who would not then, for their liberties, that were banished, (tha, they mjght.OQe, day retire to their pofl'effions). who vyould not, I lay, be willing, yea more, who would not rejoyce ( having such a Leader as Qu Jlavus wiiS.) to hazard their lives for the wealeofthe publie-yeamojefor stye promoting oiCbriHsQospell Surely for mine owne past, ! was most Willmg anwislied long tphave seepe a day, wherein I might hazard-my life in this quarrels inbeing one of the number of Fighters, beforetdid come at it; for many reasons, but cfpecialfyfor the libertie ofthe daughter ot our dread Sru'erdigne, tjje of JSbetnid, apd per Prjrjeeiy Issuej next, fbr trie libertie of our distreiied brethren in ihvffffy9; for my better instruction, in the pro'feffion of Armes;. which is my calling 3 for baving before fecric many occurrences t;hat dies belong toour Calliqg, I longed to have scene a Battaile fonght in the Fields in such a quarrell, being led by such a magnanimous King, of Heroick spirit, that had much more on hazard hazard that day than I had, who had onely to hazard but my life and credit; while as he a King was to hazard his life, his Crowne, his reputation, and all for strangers.. m'y s. Having thus the night before meditated, I found a motion rejoycingmy heart, in making mee resolute, to fight in this Cause; being tied in dutie, not onely for my person, butalso tied to give Counsaile and direction, as the Lord did enable mee, by giving instrudtion, good heartning, and good example to others, who were bound to follow mee, as I was bound to follow my Master the King; feeing the Lord by his providence, had brought mee thither, with a number of mshow more

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  • Paperback | 182 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 10mm | 336g
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1236625900
  • 9781236625908