The Manuscripts of the Duke of Beaufort: The Earl of Donoughmore

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Her Majesty's stationery office, 1891 - Gloucester (England) - 640 pages
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Page 197 - Princess; you removed the Princess twice in the week immediately preceding the day of her delivery from the place of my residence, in expectation, as you have voluntarily declared, of her labour...
Page 196 - An Act for the further Limitation of the Crown, and better securing the Rights and Liberties of the Subject...
Page 5 - Matthews being the first); and two in the housekeeper's room, for the ladies' women. The Earl entered the dining-room, attended by his gentlemen. As soon as he was seated, Sir Ralph Blackstone, steward of the house, retired. The comptroller, Mr. Holland, attended with his staff, as did the sewer, Mr.
Page 197 - ... and encouraged in your unwarrantable behaviour to me and to the Queen, and until you return to your duty, you shall not reside in my palace, which I will not suffer to be made the resort of them who, under the appearance of an attachment to you, foment the division which you have made in my family, and thereby weakened the common interest of the whole.
Page 15 - ... wherein they shall be found defective, it not being convenient for us at this time to dispute upon them; for of what we have here set down, you may rest confident, if there , be faith and truth in men.
Page 513 - OLIVER P. TRUSTY and well-beloved, — We greet you well. I do hear on all hands that the Cavalier party are designing to put us into blood. We are, I hope, taking the best care we can, by the blessing of God, to obviate this danger; but our intelligence on all hands being, that they have a design upon your City, we could not but warn you thereof, and give you authority, as we do hereby, To put yourselves...
Page 511 - OLIVER, Lord Protector of the Commonwealth of England, Scotland and Ireland, and the dominions thereunto belonging, to the Commissioners authorised by a late Ordinance for Approbation of Public Preachers, or ' to
Page 495 - Parliament, by the members of both houses that are of the committee of both Kingdoms...
Page 514 - We are informed that the Enemy from Flanders intend to invade us very suddenly, and to that purpose have Twenty-two Ships of War ready in the Harbour of Ostend, and are preparing others also which they have bought in Holland, and some men are ready to be put on board them. And at the same time an Insurrection is intended in this Nation. And the time for the executing these designs is intended by them to be very sudden. We have therefore thought fit to give you notice hereof ; and to signify to you...
Page 192 - Names are undersigned, have thought proper that the Benefit of an Engine, bought by us, for the better Extinguishing of which, by the Accidents of Almighty God, may unto us happen, to make a Rate to gather Benevolence for the better propagating such useful Instruments.

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