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Page 233 - Name of the Council Established at Plymouth in the County of Devon, for the Planting, Ruling, Ordering and Governing of New England in America...
Page 190 - Aug. 1815 he was created a peer of the United Kingdom by the title of Baron Meldrum of Morven, and thenceforward took his seat in the House of Lords in his own right.
Page 191 - Gladstone, he was created a peer of the United Kingdom by the title of Baron Acton of Aldenham.
Page 309 - ... vine, and under his fig-tree, that then you should have taken a party in England by the hand, and entered into a League and Covenant with them against the king, was the thing I judged my duty to oppose to the uttermost.
Page 70 - Begunne to be translated into English by Sir Philip Sidney Knight, and at his request finished by Arthur Golding.
Page 341 - Derriana; consisting of a History of the Siege of Londonderry, and Defence of Enniskillen, in 1688 and 1689 ; with Historical Poetry and Biographical Notes, &c.
Page 412 - We have offered you our measure — you will reject it ; we deprecate yours— you will persevere. Having no hopes left to persuade or dissuade, and having discharged our duty, we shall trouble you no more, and, AFTER THIS DAY, SHALL NOT ATTEND THE HOUSE OF COMMONS I— Debates, vol.
Page 81 - I suppose you desire to know my present situation. As there is nothing in it at which I should blush, or which mankind could censure, I see no reason for making it a secret. In short, by a very little practice as a, physician, and a very little reputation as a poet, I make a shift to live.