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" In this treaty the king manifested his great parts and abilities, strength of reason, and quickness of apprehension, with much patience in hearing what was objected against him ; wherein he allowed all freedom, and would himself sum up the arguments,... "
Life and Times of Sir John Bankes, Attorney-general and Lord Chief-justice ... - Page 13
by J. Fisher Crosthwaite - 1873 - 24 pages
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An Historical and Critical Account of the Lives and Writings of ..., Volume 2

William Harris - 1814
...Oxford, 1643] the king manifested his great parts and abilities, strength of reason, and quick. ness of apprehension, with much patience in hearing what...all freedom, and would himself sum up the arguments, »Bd give a. most clear judgment upon them. His unhappiness was th;it he had a better opinion of others'...
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The history of the Puritans, or Protestant non-conformists: with an account ...

Daniel Neal - Great Britain - 1817
...king manifested 'his great parts and ahilities, strength of reason, and quickness of ap' prehension, with much patience in hearing what was objected against ' him : wherein he allowed all freedom." Memorials, p. 65. Ed. * awed the members of the same ; and occasioned two sev* eral complaints from...
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The History of England from the Invasion of Julius Caesar, to the ..., Volume 8

David Hume - Great Britain - 1819
.... > NOTES TO THE EIGHTH VOLUME. p. 15. WHITLOCKE, who was one of the commissioners, says, p. 65. " In this treaty the king manifested his great parts...objected against him ; wherein he allowed all freedom, ami would himself sum up the arguments, and give a roost clear judgment upon them. His unhappiness...
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Memoirs of the protector, Oliver Cromwell, and of his sons ..., Volume 1

Oliver Cromwell - Great Britain - 1821
...They attended the King, with the propositions, on the 1st February, 1642-3. Whitelock observes : — In this treaty, the King manifested his great parts...allowed all freedom, and would himself sum up the aguments, and give a most clear judgment upon them. His unhappiness was, that he had a better opinion...
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Memoirs of the Court of King Charles the First, Volume 2

Lucy Aikin - Great Britain - 1833 - 376 pages
...some particular things, but otherwise they did not speak at all In this treaty the king manifested hU great parts and abilities, strength of reason and...apprehension, with much patience in hearing what was objected agninst him ; wherein he allowed all .freedom, and would himself sum up the arguments, and give a most...
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The History of the Puritans, Or Protestant Nonconformists: From ..., Volume 2

Daniel Neal - 1837
...adds : '-'. In this treaty the king manifested his great parts and abilities, strength of rea•on, and quickness of apprehension, with much patience...objected against him : wherein he allowed all freedom." Memorials, p. 65 — ED. remain for the like to spring out of for the future, to disturb the peace...
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The history of the Puritans or Protestant non-conformists. repr. from dr ...

Daniel Neal - 1837
...his grcut parts and abilities, strength of rea«on, and quickness of apprehension, with much paticuce in hearing what was objected against him: wherein he allowed all freedom." Memorials, p. 65. — ED. HISTORY OF • . r. -i*.1 'ite to spring out of for the future, to disturb...
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Memorials of the English Affairs: From the Beginning of the Reign ..., Volume 1

Bulstrode Whitlocke - Great Britain - 1853
...sir John Holland and Mr. Whitlocke, to the castle, and that they were seen in the marshal's custody. In this treaty the king manifested his great parts...freedom, and would himself sum up the arguments, and gave a most clear judgment upon them. His unhappiness was, that he had a better opinion of others'...
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The annals of England: an epitome of English history, from contemporary ...

William Edward Flaherty - Great Britain - 1856
...Whitelock was one of the commissioners, and he gives this testimony as to the king's abilities : " In this treaty the king manifested his great parts...freedom, and would himself sum up the arguments, and gave a most clear judgment upon them. His unhappiness was, that he had a better opinion of others'...
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The Annals of England: An Epitome of English History, from ..., Volume 2

William Edward] [Flaherty - Great Britain - 1856
...Whitelock was one of the commissioners, and he gives this testimony as to the king's abilities : " Jn this treaty the king manifested his great parts and...freedom, and would himself sum up the arguments, and gave a most clear judgment upon them. His unhappiness was, that he had a better opinion of others'...
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