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" Your majesty having tried all ways, and being refused, you shall be acquitted before God and man. And you have an army in Ireland that you may employ to reduce this kingdom to obedience ; for I am confident the Scots cannot hold out five months. "
An Historical View of the English Government: From the Settlement of the ... - Página 239
por John Millar - 1818
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Memoirs of the Most Material Transactions in England for the Last Hundred ...

James Welwood - 1702 - 405 páginas
...Shipmoney : Your Majefty having tried the AfTedtion of your People, you are abfol v'd and loofe frdm all Rule of Government, and to do what Power will admit. Your Majefty having tried all ways, and being refus'd, fhall be acquitted before God and Man. And you have...
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Memoirs of the Most Material Transactions in England: For the Last Hundred ...

James Welwood - 1718 - 346 páginas
...levy Ship-Mony. Your Majefty having try'd the Affection of your People, you are abfolv'd and Ioofe from all Rule of Government, and to do what Power -will admit. Your Majefly having try'd all ways, and being refus'd, lliall be acquitted before God and Man. And you have...
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History of England, Volumen9

1763
...levy Ship-Money. Your Majejly having tried the Affetliom of your People, you are abfolved and loofe from all Rule of Government, and to do what Power will admit. Your Majefty, having tried all IVays, and being refufed, jhall be acquitted before God and Man : And you...
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An Historical View of the English Government: From the Settlement ..., Volumen3

John Millar - 1803
...levy fhip-money ; your majeily having tried the afieftion of your people, you are abfolved and loofe from all rule of government, and to do what power will admit. Your majefly having tried all ways, and being refufed, fhall be acquitted before God and ** man : and you...
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The Parliamentary History of England from the Earliest Period to ..., Volumen2

Great Britain. Parliament - 1807
...money ?" L L. Irf " Borrow ofthe city 100,000/. go on vigorously to levy Ship Money ; yourmaj. baring tried the affection of your people, you are absolved and loose from all rule of government, and te do what power will admit. Your niajesty having tried all ways, and being reused, shall be acquitted...
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The History of the Parliament of England: Which Began November the Third, M ...

Thomas May - 1812 - 337 páginas
...* Ship-Money ; your Majesty having tryed the Affection of your People, you are * absolved and lease from all Rule of Government, and to do what Power...be acquitted before * God and Man. And you have an Aimy in Ireland, that you, may employ to reduce ' this Kingdom to Obedience : For I am confident the...
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A history of the British Empire: from the accession of Charles I ..., Volumen3

George Brodie - 1822
...war, if we have no money ? LL Tr. (Strafforde) « Borrow of the city L. 100,000 ; go on vigorously to levy ship-money ; your majesty having tried the...majesty having tried all ways, and being refused, you shall be acquitted before God and man. And you have an army in Ireland, that you may employ to...
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A History of England: From the First Invasion by the Romans

John Lingard - 1825
...was made to say, " Your majesty having tried the affection of " your people, are absolved and loosed from " all rule of government, and to do what power " will admit. Having tried all ways, and being " refused, you shall be acquitted before God HiSTORT OF ENGLAND. CHAP....
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The Cabinet History of England: Being an Abridgment, by the ..., Volúmenes11-12

Charles MacFarlane - 1845
...part of these private notes of the council was this — " Your majesty," Strafford was made to say, " having tried all ways, and being refused, shall be acquitted before God and man. You are absolved and loosed from all rule of government, and free to do what power will admit: and...
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A history of England from the first invasion by the Romans (to the ...

John Lingard - 1847
...made to say, " Your ma"jesty, having tried the affection of your people, are " absolved and loosed from all rule of government, and " to do what power will admit. Having tried all ways, " and being refused, you shall be acquitted before God " and man ; and you have...
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