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" Indeed," wrote a calm and dispassionate observer in the course of the past summer, " the world is now much terrified with the Star-Chamber, there being not so little an offence against any proclamation, but is liable and subject to the censure of that... "
The court and times of James the first, illustrated by authentic and ... - Page 205
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The Star-Chamber: An Historical Romance, Volume 1

William Harrison Ainsworth - Great Britain - 1854
...death." And John Chamberlain, Esq., writing to Sir Dudley Carlton, about the same period, observes, that "The world is now much terrified with the Star -Chamber,...and maintain against the general clamour, will be a great commodity; unless, perad venture, indignation, rather than all other reasons, may bring that...
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The Star-chamber, Volume 1

William Harrison Ainsworth - 1854
...Carlton, about the same period, observes, that " the world is now much terrified with the Star-Chamber, there being not so little an offence against any proclamation,...and maintain against the general clamour, will be a great commodity; unless, peradventure, indignation, rather than all other reasons, may bring that filthy...
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The New York Journal: An Illustrated Literary Periodical, Volume 1

1854
...but is liable and subject to the censure of that court And for proclamations and patents, they arc become so ordinary that there is no end ; every day...if they can keep and maintain against the general clamor, will be a great commodity ; unless, peradventure, indignation, rather than all other reasons,...
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Revolutions in English History: Revolutions in government

Robert Vaughan - Great Britain - 1863
...offence against a proclamation being so ' little but that it is liable to the censure of that court. ' As for proclamations and patents, they are become ' so ordinary, that there is no end, every day bringeth ' forth some new project. In truth, the world groans ' under the burden of these perpetual...
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Prince Charles and the Spanish Marriage: 1617-1623: A Chapter of ..., Volume 1

Samuel Rawson Gardiner - Great Britain - 1869 - 488 pages
...observer in the course of the past summer, " the world is now much terrified with the Star-Chamber, there being not so little an offence against any proclamation,...every day bringing forth some new project or other. In truth, the world doth even groan under the burthen of these perpetual patents, which are become...
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History of England from the Accession of James I. to the Outbreak ..., Volume 4

Samuel Rawson Gardiner - Great Britain - 1883
...not so little an Monopolies . . , . complained offence against any proclamation but is liable and of' subject to the censure of that Court ; and for proclamations...every day bringing forth some new project or other. In truth, the world doth even groan under the burthen of these perpetual patents, which are become...
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Francis Bacon: An Account of His Life and Works

Edwin Abbott Abbott - Philosophers - 1885 - 507 pages
...presided, may be inferred from a letter written by Chamberlain in tbe preceding summer (8 July, 1620) : " Indeed the world is now much terrified with the Star...every day bringing forth some new project or other. In truth the world doth even groan under the burthen of these perpetual Patents ; which are become...
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Francis Bacon: An Account of His Life and Works

Edwin Abbott Abbott - Philosophers - 1885 - 507 pages
...Indeed the world is now much, terrified with, the Star Chamber, there being not so little an oll'ence against any Proclamation but is liable and subject...every day bringing forth some new project or other. In truth the world doth even groan under the burthen of these perpetual Patents ; which are become...
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HISTORYOF ENGLAND FROM THE ACCESSION OF JAMES I TO THE OUTBREAK OF THE CIVIL ...

SAMUEL R. GARDINER - 1886
...Chamber, there being not so little an complained offence against any proclamation but is liable and f . subject to the censure of that Court; and for proclamations...every day bringing forth some new project or other. In truth, the world doth even groan under the burthen of these perpetual patents, which are become...
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The Essays Or Counsels, Civil and Moral, of Francis Bacon

Francis Bacon - 1890 - 405 pages
...too free granting of monopolies in James' time, conf. eg 'For proclamations and patents, they are now become so ordinary that there is no end, every day bringing forth some new project or other. In truth the world doth even groan under the burden of these perpetual patents.' Chamberlain to Carleton,...
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