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Page 74 - And I do declare that no Foreign Prince, Person, Prelate, State, or Potentate, hath, or ought to have, any Jurisdiction, Power, Superiority. Pre-eminence, or Authority, Ecclesiastical or Civil, within this Realm, so help me God.
Page 74 - I, AB, do sincerely promise and swear that I will be faithful, and bear true Allegiance to His Majesty King George, so help me God. "I, AB, do swear that I do from my Heart abhor, detest, and abjure, as impious and heretical, that damnable Doctrine and Position that Princes excommunicated or deprived by the Pope, or any Authority of the See of Rome, may be deposed or
Page 129 - they shall not be put to the Sword, but be reserved for the King's Pleasure. If they consent to these conditions, the Governor and Principal Officers are to deliver themselves up immediately, and the Castle, Citadel, and all the Gates of the Town, are to be taken possession of forthwith by the King's Troops. All the Small
Page 34 - your renown'd Forefathers (So dearly bought, the Price of so much Blood) O let it never perish in your Hands! But piously transmit it to your Children. Do thou, Great Liberty, inspire our Souls, And make our
Page 225 - No Child laments the Tyrant of his Son ; No Tory pities, thinking what he was; No Whig compassions, for he left the Cause ; The Brave regret not, for he was not brave; The Honest mourn not, knowing him a Knave.
Page 175 - Hawley had, by the help of our Highlanders, beat down two little stone walls, and came in upon the right Flank of their second Line. As their whole first Line came down to attack, at once their Right somewhat out-flanked Barrel's Regiment, which was our left, and the greatest part of the little loss we
Page 74 - hath, or ought to have, any Jurisdiction, Power, Superiority. Pre-eminence, or Authority, Ecclesiastical or Civil, within this Realm, so help me God.
Page 130 - to be lodged in the Town Guard Room, and the rest of the Garrison are to retire to the Cathedral where a Guard is to be placed over them. No Damage is to be done to the Artillery, Arms, or Ammunition. Head Quarters at
Page 104 - they should take care to provide Provisions and Money, that the country may suffer as little as possible by the March of my Troops. Let them know there is no more Time for Deliberation [now or never is the Word.]