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Memoirs of the court of king Charles the first - Page 474
by Lucy Aikin - 1833
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A History of the British Empire: From the Accession of Charles I ..., Volume 4

George Brodie - Great Britain - 1822
...Lord Digby, on the 26th March, 1646, •—-** it is this. I am endeavouring to get to London, Ťo that the conditions may be such as a gentleman may...Presbyterians or Independents to side with me for extirpating the one .the other, that I shall be really king again *." .In the meantime, he was endeavouring to...
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A history of the British Empire: from the accession of Charles I ..., Volume 4

George Brodie - Great Britain - 1822
...particular resolution," says he, in a tetter to Lord Digby, on the 26th March, 16*6, — '* it is this. I am endeavouring to get to London, so that the conditions may be such as a gentlemanmay own, and that the rebels may acknowledge me king, being not without hope that I shall...
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History of the Commonwealth of England: To the death of Charles I

William Godwin - Great Britain - 1826 - 696 pages
...of March, in the very midst of the transaction. " Now, for my own particular resolution," says he, " I am endeavouring to get to London, so that the conditions...not without hope, that I shall be able so to draw T Journals. * Journals of Commons, Apr. 3. ' Journals of Lords, Apr. 1. either the presbyterians or...
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To the death of Charles I

William Godwin - Great Britain - 1826
...mo. regard as his enemies. His favourite idea at this mined."' time, was the " hope, that he should be able so to draw either the presbyterians or independents to side with him for extirpating the one the other, that he should be really king again"." The very circumstance,...
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The Constitutional History of England, from the Accession of Henry VII to ...

Henry Hallam - Constitutional history - 1827
...Now for my own particular resolution, " he says in a letter to Digby, March a6, i646, " it is this. I am endeavouring to get to London , so that the conditions...presbyterians or independents to side with me for extirpating the one or the other, that I shall be really king again. " Carte's Ormond , iii. 452 ; quoted by Mr....
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The History of the Church of England, Volume 2

John Bayly Sommers Carwithen - 1829
...metropolis. The two houses were employed in preparing bills, * " I am not without hope that I shall be able to draw either the presbyterians or independents to side with me, for extirpating the one or the other ; that I shall be really king again." — Carte's Ormond, vol. iii. to which they...
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The Constitutional History of England from the Accession of Henry VII. to ...

Henry Hallam - Constitutional history - 1832
..." Now for my own particular resolution," he says in a letter to Digby, March 26. 1646, "it b this. I am endeavouring to get to London, so that the conditions...may acknowledge me king; being not without hope that 1 shall be able so to draw either the prcsbyterians or independents to side with me for extirpating...
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The history of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland, by J. S. Reid, continued ...

James Seaton Reid, William Dool Killen - 1837
...their rivals. " I am not without hope," he writes in March 1646, to one of his confidential friends, " that I shall be able so to draw either the presbyterians or independents to side with me for extirpating the one the other, so that I shall be really king again." (20) " To the independents he urged the tyranny...
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A history of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland: comprising the civil ...

James Seaton Reid, William Dool Killen - Ulster (Northern Ireland and Ireland) - 1837
...their rivals. " I am not without hope," he writes in March 1646, to one of his confidential friends, " that I shall be able so to draw either the presbyterians or independents to side with me for extirpating the one the other, so that I shall be really king again." (20) " To the independents he urged the tyranny...
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Eminent British Statesmen: Sir Henry Vane, the Younger, by J. Forster. Henry ...

Statesmen - 1838
...object, it was afterwards found he had written thus to Digby: — " Now for my own particular resolution, I am endeavouring to get to London, so that the conditions...with me for extirpating one the other, that I shall be really king again. I will conclude with this assurance, that whatsoever becomes of me, by the grace...
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