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" And therefore we have justly rejected that suit of yours; for what have you left unattempted in the highest points of sovereignty in that petition of yours except the striking of coin ? For it contains the violation of leagues, the particular way how... "
The history of England: as well ecclesiastical as civil - Page 484
by Rapin de Thoyras (Paul, M.), Nicolas Tindal - 1732
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The Parliamentary Or Constitutional History of England: Being a Faithful ...

Great Britain. Parliament - Constitutional history - 1751
...whereas, in our former Letter, we plainly declared the contrary unto you. And therefore we have juftly rejected that Suit of yours : For what have you left...Son, both negatively with Spain ; nay, with any other Popifli Princefs ; and alfo affirmatively, as to the matching with one of our Religion; which we confefs...
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General Index to the Twenty-three Volumes of The Parliamentary Or ...

1751
...whereas, in our former Letter, we plainly declared the contrary unto you. And therefore we have juftly rejected that Suit of yours: For what have you left...Son, both negatively with Spain ; nay, with any other Popith Princefs; and alfo affirmatively, as to the matching with one of our Religion; which we confefs...
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History of England, Volume 5

Parliamentary - 1763
...in our former Letter, we plainly < * declared the contrary unto you. And therefore * we have juftly rejected that Suit of yours : For" ' what have you...; nay, with any ' other Popifh Princefs ; and alfo affirmatively, as * to the matching with one of our Religion ; ' which we confefs is a Strain beypnd...
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The political and commercial works of that celebrated writer ..., Volume 3

Charles Davenant - Economics - 1771
...in if, when in his fpeech he had commanded to the contrary. He tells them, their addrefs contained the violation of leagues, the particular way how to govern a war : That thefe were unfit things to be handled in parliament, except their Prince fhould require it of...
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A Manual of the English Constitution: With a Review of Its Rise, Growth, and ...

David Rowland - Constitutional law - 1859 - 588 pages
...what have you left unattempted in the highest points of sovereignty in that petition of yours, e1cept the striking of coin ? For it contains the violation...particular way how to govern a war, and the marriage of our dearest son. These are unfit things to be handled by parliament, except your king should require it...
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FREE GOVERNMENT IN ENGLAND AND AMERICA:

S.M. JOHNSON. - 1864
...former petition, he justly rejected that suit ; " for what have you left unattempted in the highest points of sovereignty in that petition of yours, except...particular way how to govern a war, and the marriage of our dearest son. These are unfit things to be handled by Parliament, except y<rr king should require it...
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Constitutional Documents of the Reign of James I, A.D. 1603 ..., Parts 1603-1925

Joseph Robson Tanner - Constitutional history - 1961 - 389 pages
...therefore we have justly rejected that suit of yours; for what have you left unattempted in the highest points of sovereignty in that petition of yours except...particular way how to govern a war, and the marriage of our dearest son, both negative with Spain, nay, with any other Popish princess, and also affirmatively...
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The Century of Revolution, 1603-1714

Christopher Hill - History - 1982 - 296 pages
...the Commons' claim to discuss foreign policy, asking, 'What have you left unattempted in the highest points of sovereignty in that petition of yours, except the striking of coin?' He added that the privileges of the House were 'derived from the grace and permission of our ancestors'....
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the reign of james 1

...therefore we have justly rejected that suit of yours; for what have you left unattempted in the highest points of sovereignty in that petition of yours except...particular way how to govern a war, and the marriage of our dearest son, both negative with Spain, nay, with any other Popish princess, and also affirmatively...
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