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" 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. L. Arch. (Laud) " You have tried all ways, and have always been denied, it is now lawful... "
An Historical View of the English Government: From the Settlement of the ... - Página 239
por John Millar - 1818
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General Index to the Twenty-three Volumes of The Parliamentary Or ...

1753
...have tried all Ways, and have always been denied, it is now /awful to take it by Force. L. Cot. (m] Leagues abroad there may be made for the Defence of the Kingdom : The Lower Houfe are weary of the King and Church : All If ays Jhall be juft to raife Money by, in this inevitable...
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History of England, Volumen9

1763
...You have tried all Ways, and have always been denied, it is now lawful to take it by Force. L. Cot. m Leagues abroad there may be made for the Defence of the Kingdom : The Lower Houfe are weary of the King and Church : All Ways jhall be jufl to raife Monty by, in this inevitable...
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The Parliamentary History of England from the Earliest Period to ..., Volumen2

Great Britain. Parliament - 1807
...always been denied, it is now lawful to take it by force." i L. Cot.|| " Juagues abroad there m«y be made for the defence of the kingdom : the lower...in this inevitable necessity, and are to be used, bein» lawful." L. Arch. " For an offensive, not any defensive war." I.. L Ir. "The town is full of...
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The History of the Parliament of England: Which Began November the Third, M ...

Thomas May - 1812 - 337 páginas
...all ways, and have already been denied ; IT IS ' NOW LAWFUL TO TAKE IT BY FORCE. ' Lord Cottingion. Leagues abroad there may be made for the Defence of the ' Kingdom ; the Lower House c.re wary of tie King and Church : [Ibe Enemies if ' Popery, wei e even in that Day Comnnn-we,;ltbs-men]....
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Memoirs of the most material transactions in England, for the last hundred ...

James Welwood - 1820
...by force. Lord Cot ting ton. Levies abroad there may be made for defence of the kingdom. The Lower Lower House are weary of the King and Church. All...inevitable necessity, and are to be used, being lawful. Archbishop Laud. For an Offensive, not a Defensive War. Lord Straff ord. The town is full of Lords...
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A history of the British Empire: from the accession of Charles I ..., Volumen3

George Brodie - 1822
...all ways, and have always been denied, it is now lawful to take it by force. L. Cot. (Cottington) " Leagues abroad there may be made for the defence of...kingdom ; the Lower House are weary of the king and the church. All ways shall be just to raise money, in this inevitable necessity, and are to be used,...
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State Trials: Or, A Collection of the Most Interesting Trials ..., Volumen1

Samuel March Phillipps - 1826
...ways, and have always been denied ; it is now lawful to take it by force. L. Cott. (Lord Cottington.) Leagues abroad there may be made, for the defence...The Lower House are weary of the King and church. Ah1 ways shall be just to raise money by, in this inevitable necessity, and are to be used, being lawful....
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Memorials of the English Affairs: From the Beginning of the Reign ..., Volumen1

Bulstrode Whitlocke - 1853
...You have tried all ways, and have always been denied, it is now lawful to take it by force. L. Cot. Leagues abroad there may be made for the defence of...L. Arch. For an offensive, not any defensive war. To this the earl answered, That it were hard measure for opinions and discourses by privy councillors,...
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A Constitutional History of the British Empire: From the Accession ..., Volumen2

George Brodie - 1866
...ways, and have always been denied ; it is now lawful to take it by force." ' L. Cot. (Cottington). " Leagues abroad there may be made for the defence of...kingdom ; the Lower House are weary of the king and the church. All ways shall be just to raise money, in this inevitable necessity, and are to be used,...
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A Constitutional History of the British Empire: From the Accession ..., Volumen2

George Brodie - 1866
...kingdom; the Lower House are weary of the king and the church. All ways shall be just to raise money, in this inevitable necessity, and are to be used,...Arch. "For an offensive, not any defensive war." ' LL Tr. " The town is full of lords ; put the commission of array on foot, and if any of them stir, we...
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