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" ... pleasure in Parliament, they shall be ready to the uttermost of their powers, both with their lives and fortunes, to assist him ; so as, by the Divine help of Almighty God, who is never wanting unto those who, in His fear, shall undertake the defence... "
The Court and Times of James the First: Illustrated by Authentic and ... - Page 258
by Thomas Birch, Robert Folkestone Williams - 1848 - 510 pages
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The court and times of James the first, illustrated by authentic and ...

Thomas Birch, Robert Folkestone Williams - 1848
...Parliamentaria, p. 197, edit. London. 1750. * Rushworth, vol. i., p. 36. 4 Sir Thomas Holland. VOL. II. 8 kingdom whom they represent, declare unto his most...said at his branding, &c., that he would have given £\O0O to be hanged, that he might have been a martyr in so good a cause. And that a gentleman should...
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Prince Charles and the Spanish Marriage: 1617-1623: A Chapter of ..., Volume 2

Samuel Rawson Gardiner - Great Britain - 1869 - 488 pages
...God, who is never wanting unto those who, in His fear, shall undertake the defence of His own cause, he may be able to do that by his sword which by peaceable courses shall not be effected." Adjourn- Again, when the declaration had been read, the hats * Edward Nicholas. were waved high in...
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The Letters and the Life of Francis Bacon Including All His ..., Volume 7

Francis Bacon - Great Britain - 1874
...ready to the uttermost of their powers both with their lives and fortunei to assist him, so as ... he may be able to do that by his sword which by peaceable courses shall not be effected." Proc. and Debates. Aug. 5, 1625. " Mr. Alford. He holdeth we are not engaged to give for the recovery...
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An Account of the Life and Times of Francis Bacon: Extracted from ..., Volume 2

James Spedding - Great Britain - 1878
...ready to the uttermost of their poteen both Kith their lives and fortunes to assist him, so as . ... he may be able to do that by his sword which by peaceable courses shall not be effected." —Proc. and Debates. Aug. 5, 1625. " Mr. Alford. He holdelh we are not engaged to give for the recovery...
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History of England from the Accession of James I. to the Outbreak ..., Volume 4

Samuel Rawson Gardiner - Great Britain - 1883
...God, who is never wanting unto those who, in His fear, shall undertake the defence of His own cause, he may be able to do that by his sword which by peaceable courses shall not be effected." Again, when the declaration had been read, the hats were waved high in the air. Again the shouts of...
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HISTORYOF ENGLAND FROM THE ACCESSION OF JAMES I TO THE OUTBREAK OF THE CIVIL ...

SAMUEL R. GARDINER - 1886
...God, who is never wanting unto those who, in His fear, shall undertake the defence of His own cause, he may be able to do that by his sword which by peaceable courses shall not be effected." Again, when the declaration had been read, the hats were waved high in the air. Again the shouts of...
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The Lismore Papers of Richard Boyle, First and "Great" Earl of Cork ...

Richard Boyle Earl of Cork, Alexander Balloch Grosart - Ireland - 1888
...wanting to those who in his feare shall vndertake the defence of his owne cause, so may be hable to doe that by his sword, which by peaceable courses shall not be effected. CCLXXIII. THE 'BARNARD GRENVILLE' IRISH ESTATES. We have already given the original offer for purchase...
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history of england

samuel r. gardiner d.c.l., l.l.d. - 1896
...God, who is never wanting unto those who, in His fear, shall undertake the defence of His own cause, he may be able to do that by his sword which by peaceable courses shall not be effected." Again, when the declaration had been read, the hats were waved high in the air. Again the shouts of...
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The Cambridge modern history, Volume 3

Baron John Emerich Edward Dalberg Acton Acton, Ernest Alfred Benians - History - 1905
...uttermost of their powers both with their lives and fortunes to assist the King, so that he might " be able to do that by his sword which, by peaceable courses, shall not be effected." Waving their hats in the air the members accepted the declaration with resolute shouts. But James did...
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