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Page 42 - This Book of Articles before rehearsed is again approved, and allowed to be holden and executed within the realm, by the assent and consent of our Sovereign Lady Elizabeth, by the Grace of God, of England, France, and Ireland, Queen, Defender of the Faith, &c.
Page 330 - I doubt not before the end of this summer I shall be able to come to your Majesty's assistance with a brave army, which, backed with the justice of your Majesty's cause, will make the Rebels in England, as well as in Scotland, feel the just rewards of Rebellion.
Page 477 - An Act for the further limitation of the crown, and better securing the rights and liberties of the subject...
Page 550 - ... and effects which may be taken in the Channel and in the North Seas, after the space of twelve days, to be computed from the ratification of the present preliminary articles, shall be restored on each side.
Page 267 - Seeing it is a thing well known to all men, that there ought to be a communication of concerns among friends, whether in prosperity or adversity ; it cannot be but most grateful to us, that your Majesty should vouchsafe to impart unto...
Page 328 - Our van came within view of them about five o'clock in the afternoon, and we made a halt till our rear was got up, which could not be done till eight at night. The rebels took the alarm and stood to their arms as well as we, all night, which was moonlight and very clear.
Page 329 - I presume to write you my poor thoughts and opinion about what I heard by a letter I received from my friends in the south, last week, as if your Majesty was entering into a treaty with your rebel Parliament in England. The success of your arms in Scotland does not more rejoice my heart, as that news from England is like to break it. And whatever come of me, I will speak my mind freely to your Majesty, for it is not mine, but your Majesty's interest I seek.
Page 330 - Majesty's goodness and pardon. As to the state of affairs in this kingdom, the bearer will fully inform your Majesty in every particular. And give me leave with all humility to assure your Majesty, that through God's blessing I am in the fairest hopes of reducing this kingdom to your Majesty's obedience. And if the measures I have concerted with your other...
Page 544 - Bifliop ofBriftol, your Majefty holds yourfelf to be difengaged from every Obligation with regard to us, 'tis plain, that the Matter now in queftion is not our particular Intereft or Advantage, but that of all the Allies, who will fuffer by the Prejudice which an Order fo little expected muft needs bring to the common Caufe.