Tales of the Wars of Montrose

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E.L. Carey & Hart, 1836 - English fiction
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Page 49 - Peremptorily, my liege prince, I will lay my hand upon my mouth, and my mouth in the dust, and be silent,
Page 100 - And though he was often provoked, by the insolence of z some of the bishops, to a dislike of their overmuch fervour, and too little discretion, his integrity to the king was without blemish, and his affection to the church so notorious, that he never deserted it, till both it and he were overrun, and trod under foot ; and they who were the most notorious persecutors of it never left persecuting him to the death.

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