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" I give you leave to flatter them with what hopes you please, so you engage not me against my grounds (and, in particular, that you consent neither to the calling of Parliament nor General Assembly, until the covenant be disavowed and given up). Your chief... "
The History of Scotland - Página 459
por George Buchanan - 1827
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The History of Scotland: From the Union of the Crowns on the ..., Volumen1

Malcolm Laing - 1800 - 1132 páginas
...you leave to flatter " them lulth tubat hopes you pkafe, fo you engage me not tf beyond my grounds ; your chief end being now to win " time that they may not commit public follies till I be " ready to fupprefs them. And fince it is, as you well " obferve, my own people, which by...
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The History of Scotland: From the Union of the Crowns on the ..., Volumen3

Malcolm Laing - 1804
...give you leave to fatter them with what hopes you pL-ase, so you engage me not leyond tny grounds ; your chief end being now to win time that they may not commit public follies till I be ready t» suppress them, and since it is, as you well observe, my own people, which by this...
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A history of the British Empire: from the accession of Charles I ..., Volumen2

George Brodie - 1822
...which I do not expect. And to this end I give you leave to flatter them with what hopes you please, so you engage not me against my grounds ; and, in particular, that you consent not to the calling of a parliament, nor general assembly, until the covenant be disavowed and given...
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A History of the British Empire: From the Accession of Charles I ..., Volumen2

George Brodie - 1822
...you engage not me against my grounds ; and, in particular, that you consent not to the calling of a parliament, nor general assembly, until the covenant be disavowed and given up ; you* chief end being now to win time, that they may not commit public follies until I be ready to...
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The life and times of William Laud, Volumen2

John Parker Lawson - 1829
...to a General Assembly or Parliament till the Covenant was given up. " Your chief end," said he, " is to win time, that they may not commit public follies until I be ready to suppress them. When I consider that not only my crown, but my reputation for ever lies at stake, I must rather suffer...
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The Life and Times of William Laud, D.D.: Lord Archbishop of ..., Volumen2

John Parker Lawson - 1829
...to a General Assembly or Parliament till the Covenant was given up. " Your chief end," said he, " is to win time, that they may not commit public follies until I be ready to suppress them. When I consider that not only my crown, but my reputation for ever lies at stake, I must rather suffer...
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Memoirs of the Court of King Charles the First, Volumen2

Lucy Aikin - 1833
...which I do not expect; and to this end I give you leave to flatter them with what hopes you please, so you engage not me against my grounds, and in particular...and given up, your chief end being now to win time until I be ready to suppress them. "But when I consider that now not only my crown, but my reputation...
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The Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review, Volumen12

Charles Hodge, Lyman Hotchkiss Atwater - 1840
...and Stirling. "1 give you leave," the King writes, '-to flatter them with what hopes you please, so you engage not me against my grounds, and in particular...to the calling of Parliament nor General Assembly till the Covenant be given up, your chief end being now to save time, that they may not commit public...
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The Pictorial History of England: Being, a History of the People ..., Volumen4

George Lillie Craik - 1841
...I do not expect ; and to this end I give you le;tve t > flatter them with what hopes you please, so you engage not me against my grounds, and in particular...and given up, your chief end being now to win time until I be ready to suppress them. But when I consider that now not only my crown, but my reputation...
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The Cabinet History of England: Being an Abridgment, by the ..., Volúmenes11-12

Charles MacFarlane - 1845
...which 1 do not expect ; and to this end I give you leave to flatter them with what hopes you please, so you engage not me against my grounds, and in particular...and given up, your chief end being now to win time until I be ready to suppress them This I have written to DO other end than to show you I will rather...
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