The history of England: as well ecclesiastical as civil, Volume 9

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Printed for James and John Knapton, 1732 - Great Britain
 

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Page 484 - 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 to govern a war, and the marriage of our dearest son...
Page 489 - Parliament: and that in the handling and proceeding of those businesses every member of the House of Parliament hath and of right ought to have freedom of speech to propound, treat, reason and bring to conclusion the same...
Page 301 - Pope may be deposed or murdered by their subjects or any other whatsoever : and I do believe and in my conscience am resolved that neither the Pope nor any person whatsoever hath power to absolve me of this oath or any part thereof, which I acknowledge by good and full authority to be lawfully ministered unto me, and do renounce all pardons and dispensations to the contrary...
Page 300 - God and the world that our sovereign lord King James is lawful and rightful king of this realm and of all other his majesty's dominions and countries ; and that the pope neither of himself nor by any authority of the...
Page 468 - 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.
Page 92 - I see no such great cause why I should either be fond to live or fear to die. I have had good experience of this world, and I know what it is to be a subject, and what to be a sovereign.
Page 536 - Christian princes ; so I believe that the glory of God requires that we should endeavour to unite them : And I do not esteem it a greater honour to be descended from so great princes, than to imitate them, in the zeal of their piety, in which it helps me very much to have known the mind and will of our thrice honoured lord and father, and the holy intentions of his catholick...
Page 472 - ... of his in Parliament. But, to put them out of doubt of any question of that nature that may arise among them hereafter, you shall resolve them, in our name, that we think...
Page 472 - ... our dearest son's match with the daughter of Spain, nor to touch the honour of that king, or any other our friends or confederates ; and also not to meddle with any man's particulars, which ART.
Page 258 - I am the husband, and all the whole isle is my lawful wife ; I am the head and it is my body...

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