A compendious view of the late tumults & troubles in this kingdom, by way of annals for seven years: viz., from the beginning of the 30th to the end of the 36th year of the reign of His late Majesty King Charles II ...

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Printed by E. Jones, for S. Lownds, 1685 - Great Britain - 209 pages
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Page 171 - The humble petition of the Lord Mayor, Aldermen, and Commons of the city of London, in...
Page 106 - ... shall be as much my care, as yours, to preserve the liberty of the subject ; because the crown can never be safe when that is in danger ; and I would have you likewise be convinced that neither your liberties nor properties can subsist long, when the just rights and prerogatives of the crown are invaded, or the honour of the- government brought low, and into disreputation.
Page 25 - An Aft for granting an additional Duty to his Majefty upon Wines for three Years.
Page 24 - ... they muft find a way not only to fettle for his life
Page 123 - ... this kingdom in perjury and rebellion, and without exposing them to all the fatal and dreadful consequences of a civil war, do therefore, from a hearty and sincere sense of their duty, recognize, acknowledge and declare that the right to the imperial crown of this realm is by the inherent right and nature of the monarchy, as well as by the fundamental and unalterable laws of this realm, transmitted and devolved by a lineal succession according to the proximity of blood; and that upon the death...
Page 207 - VI. and in the firft year of his reign, was one of the Knights of the Shire for the county of Nottingham...
Page 4 - SOth of January in that year, having voted the sum of SEVENTY THOUsAND POUNDs ' for a solemn Funeral of his late ' Majesty King Charles the First, and to erect a Monument for the said ' Prince of glorious memory ; the said Sum to be rais'd by a two Months ' Tax, to begin at the expiration of the present Tax for building Ships.
Page 7 - In sum, Gentlemen, the right of making and managing war and peace is in His Majesty; and if you think he will depart from any part of that right, you are mistaken.
Page 52 - Temporal, that the Lords Spiritual have a Right to ftay in Court in capital Cafes, till fuch time as Judgment of Death comes to be pronounced.
Page 95 - advifed His Majefty in His laft Meflage * to this Houfe to infift upon an opinion * againft the Bill for Excluding the Duke of...

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