Publications Volume 31

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1899 edition. Excerpt: ...and quiet, and the minds of the Lowlanders more setled then formerly, by reason they see they can doe litle good by goeing to the Hills; if there were a way open for the transporting any considerable number of men from hence beyond seas it would very much endure enure? to the peace of this Nation. I shall desire your Highnesse to bee assured that in what lies in my power for your Highnesses service I shall bee ready to hazard life and estate; and upon all occasions to expresse my selfe to bee, Your Highnesse' most humble servant, George Monck. 1 Clarke Manuscripts, 1. 76. Dalkeith, the %8th of September 1654. CL General Monck to the Protector.2 May Itt Please Yode Highnesse, --I received your Highnesse' letter of the 26th of September, with the inclosed to the Commissioners for visiting the Universities, for which the Ministers of the Congregationall Churches returne your Highnesse most humble thankes.3 I have sent your Highnesse 1 See Thurloe, State Papers, vol. ii. p. 414; vol. iii. p. III. 2 Clarke Manuscripts, 1. 77. See Nicoll, p. 267. The Commissioners for the visitation of the universities, etc., were authorised to provide out of the treasury of vacant stipends, or otherwise, a competent maintenance for such ministers who had gathered Congregations in Scotland. N inclosed a lettre which I received from the Committee for the Army, about the small Life Guard which is appointed to attend the Commander in Cheife here. I humbly intreat your Highnesse that they may bee continued during my stay here, and that you will bee pleased to vouchsafe your Highnesses comands concerning them by the next.1 According to your Highnesses commands I have ordered Colonel Twisleton's regiment for England, though I could very ill spare them. I humbly desire...show more

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  • Paperback | 174 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 9mm | 322g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236916379
  • 9781236916372