Publications Volume 92, V. 1

Publications Volume 92, V. 1

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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. 1851 edition. Excerpt: ...I wes in conference with my Lord Conservitore, and having occafione to be among strangeres who wer talking of the overfight and places that Papistes hes vnder your Hienes, and remembering how it wes spokin of, that Papistis had great credit, materes of Yrland wer not much regairded, and that the nomber of Romishe Catholickes did greatlie growe; this, said thay, apparentlie might bring in libertie of Poprie, ather be neceffitie or be some course of policie. Now, because the Conseruator is one of your Hienes Councele, and myght som tyme have occafione to speak a word in seasone to your Hienes, how strangeres sczmses of thinges that thay heir, and so myght giv councele fore remeading such thinges as any way might seem to hinder the growth of your Maiesties honorable and gloriouse estimation among the godlie; therefore, be way of information, and report of the spech of vtheris, I did report secretlie, none being witnes betwix him and me bot God, what wes spokin be vtheris; lyk as, if I had been in credit my self, and cowld have sound convenient opportunitie at that tyme, I wald have thoght it my dewtie to have craved pardone of your Hienes, to have spokin to your Maiestie all that I spak to the Conservatour; lyk as fra my heart, I defire the increse of your Hienes good cstimation, and wald hav everie thing removed that may hinder the growth of the samyn. In end, it wes subjoyned, that I trusted the Rebellione in Yrland suld move your Maiestie to tak such ordour, that all these doubtes suld be takin out of menes myndis. This, Sir, is the fimple trewth of that mater, and if ather the Conseruatour or any vther (yet, to my rememberance, I had no speech of such mater bot with him) hes spokin vther wayse, the thing I said is far mistakin; and that...show more

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  • Paperback | 78 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 4mm | 154g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236803892
  • 9781236803894