Scrinia Reserata Volume 2

Scrinia Reserata Volume 2

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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. 1693 edition. Excerpt: ...a Man of Cynical beba-VIOUI', but of an honestdieart to his Friends and Clients, and both together did become him. This famous Lawyer profest a great averseness from dealing in this Cause: for he wanted a Ground to plead upon. The Defendant maintains that he had opened no Counsels of the Kings 3 but what he spake to Lamh and Silvthorp was Parliamentary Communication. Let the Peers and Commons look to it 5 it concerns them all that their Priviledges be maintain'd, to be unquestionable for those things which past from one toPanother at that season; who, by 2 the rage. rage. So he step: forward to his Majesty, with the confidence of this Petition. that had no more Prophecy than Prudence, foresee the Ruin of this Coulrt, -W en / man that had enjoyed two Offices of great account sor divers years, and was with Whom God doth honour, with himjou war, The quarres: Gods, your ruin a not far. a 12 The Life (riotoures/top Williams, Part II. From Decemher it hung as it were between Heaven and Earth, it will, and it will not be done, till the King had occasion to go to _Windfl2r, and the Bishop had order to lye at Eaton, expecting to be sent for _t0 kils the King's Hand; But who comes thither that was not look'd for, it being the middle of the week, but the Archbishop, who malleated the King's Gentleness into stronger Metal? When Lincoln had laboured for Peace, from thenceforth it was as far set back, this: or any more than a plain interpretation? Lastl), Wetheral had deposed, . due this nonjudiciumputandum est. I that write this was choien to bring the relation of ' ked to Discontents, and more discontented than they were provoked; and hea 1 22. Ano him, Hamper of Papers, (both which for certain Pawel broke open) but Powel received 127. First he demurs, ...show more

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  • 189 x 246 x 1mm | 68g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236824555
  • 9781236824554