The Parliamentary Or Constitutional History of England: Being a Faithful Account of All the Most Remarkable Transactions in Parliament, from the Earliest Times. Collected from the Journals of Both Houses, the Records, Original Manuscripts, Scarce Speeches, and Tracts; All Compared Withthe Several Contemporary Writers, and Connected, Throughout, with the History of the Times. By Several Hands...
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Page 370 - At the fame Time alfo we were in a War with France. The Advantages that were taken at the Difcontents and Divifions among ourfelves, did alfo foment that War; and at leaft hinder us of an honourable Peace; every Man being confident we could not hold out long. And furely they did not calculate
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Page 169 - he had heard fuch unbecoming Language given to ' the Parliament ; and that it was the more horrid ' in that it came from their Servant, and their Ser* vant whom they had fo highly trufted and obliged:" But as he was going on, the General
Page 400 - needfull ; but I think I need not. I was arbitra* ry in Power, having the Armies in the three Nations under my Command ; and truly not very ill beloved by them, nor very ill beloved then by the People, by the good People ; and I believe I