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" That to frustrate their hopes for a future age, our most noble Prince may be timely and happily married to one of our own religion. "
The history of England: as well ecclesiastical as civil - Page 468
by Rapin de Thoyras (Paul, M.), Nicolas Tindal - 1732
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An Historical Essay Upon the Loyalty of Presbyterians in Great ..., Volume 1

James Kirkpatrick - Dissenters, Religious - 1713 - 564 pages
...Remedies of the Evils thf y fcar'd from theft Caufes, whereof the 6tb is, * That to fruftrate 4 tbeir Hopes for a future Age, our moft Noble Prince may be timely J and happtty married to one of our own Religion. A a In \it Ibid. P: 128. (g) Id. uu. p. (b) Id. Ibid,...
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General Index to the Twenty-three Volumes of The Parliamentary Or ...

1751
...end their wonted Mvafuns. An. 19. James I. ^' ^ at to f ru ft rate ^ e > r HP* f ar a ' 6ii. ' Age, our moft noble Prince may be timely and happily...Nobility and Gentry of this Kingdom, and of others ill-affefied and fufpefled in their ReKgitn, new beyond the Seas, may be forthwith called Home by your...
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Memoirs of the Court of King James the First, Volume 2

Lucy Aikin - Great Britain - 1822
...popish recusants and their wonted evasions. " That, to frustrate their hopes for a future age, ,our most noble prince may be timely and happily married to one of our own religion." Some following articles provide for the domestic and protestant education of the children of recusants,...
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Dodd's Church History of England from the Commencement of the ..., Volume 5

Mark Aloysius Tierney - Catholics - 1843
...recusants, and their wonted evasions. 6. That, to frustrate their hopes for a future age, our most noble prince may be timely and happily married to one of our own religion. 7. That the children of the nobility and gentry of this kingdom, and of others ill-affected and suspected...
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Select Statutes and Other Constitutional Documents Illustrative of the ...

George Walter Prothero - Constitutional history - 1894 - 464 pages
...recusants and their wonted evasions. 6. That, to frustrate their hopes for a future age, our most noBTe prince may be timely and happily married to one of our own religion. 7. That the children of the nobility and gentry of this kingdom and of others ill-affected and suspected...
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Exercises and Problems in English History, 1485-1820: Chiefly from Original ...

Great Britain - 1913 - 174 pages
...the war. [5. ...] 6. That, to frustrate their (ie popish recusants) hopes for a future age, our most noble prince may be timely and happily married to one of our own religion. 7. That the children of the nobility and gentry of this kingdom and of others ill-affected and suspected...
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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
...Popish recusants and their wonted evasions. 6. That to frustrate their hopes for a future age, our most noble Prince may be timely and happily married to one of our own religion. 7. That the children of the nobility and gentry of this kingdom, and of others ill-affected and suspected...
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The Stuart Constitution, 1603-1688: Documents and Commentary

J. P. Kenyon - History - 1986 - 478 pages
...diverted and since maintained the war in the Palatinate'; they also urgently requested that 'our most noble prince may be timely and happily married to one of our own religion', which implied the abandonment of James's cherished plans to marry Charles to the Spanish Infanta. In...
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Unrevolutionary England, 1603-1642

Conrad Russell - History - 1990 - 313 pages
...these parts only, which will consume your treasure and discourage your people', and that 'our most noble prince may be timely and happily married to one of our own religion'. King James, who was away at Newmarket, lost his temper with hearsay reports of this petition, and his...
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Little and Good

Faith Thompson - 1985 - 280 pages
...These include, of course, better enforcement of the penal laws, war with Spain, and that "our most noble Prince may be timely and happily married to one of our own religion." The petition concludes: "This is the sum and effect of our humble declaration, which we (no ways intending...
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