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Essays, Historical and Theological - Page 39
by James Bowling Mozley - 1878
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An Historical and Critical Review of the Civil Wars in Ireland ..., Volume 1

John Curry - Ireland - 1793
...Much the fame, he tells Archbifhop Laud, with refpefr. to the lawyers. " I know no reafon," fays he, " but you may as well rule the common lawyers in England,...yet that I do, and will do, in all that concerns my mafter's fervice, upon the peril of my head." State Lett. vol. i. fol. 173. Speaking of Prynne. c Wentworth...
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An Historical and Critical Review of the Civil Wars in Ireland: From the ...

John Curry - Catholic emancipation - 1810 - 660 pages
...lawyers. " I know no reason," says he, " but you may as well rule the common lawyers in England, at I, poor beagle do here ; and yet that I do, and will do, in all ih;u concerns my master's service, upon the peril of my head." — Slate Lett. vol.i.fal. 1~'.>. S]>fuliing...
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The British Plutarch: containing the lives of the most eminent ..., Volume 3

Francis Wrangham - Biography & Autobiography - 1816
...other means." " I am confident," he writes to Laud, " that the King being pleased to set himself in the business is able, by his wisdom and ministers, to carry any just and honourable action through all imaginary opposition, for real there can be none : that, to start aside for such panic fears, phantastic...
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Lives of British Statesmen, Volume 2

John Macdiarmid - 1820
...know no reason/' writes he to Laud, " why you may not as well rule the common lawyers in England as I do here: and yet that I do, and will do in all that concerns my master's service, at the peril of my head." incuts of foot were completed ; the cavalry, the most efficient...
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A History of the British Empire: From the Accession of Charles I ..., Volume 2

George Brodie - Great Britain - 1822
...me," returns Wentworth, "' you shall hereafter have more positive doctrine. / know no reason, then, but you. may as well rule the common .lawyers in England, as I, poor beagle, do here ; and yit that I do, and will do, in all that concerns my master's service, UPON THE FEBIL OF MY HEAD. I...
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A history of the British Empire: from the accession of Charles I ..., Volume 2

George Brodie - Great Britain - 1822
...and ytt that I doj and wiildo, /in ell that concerns my master's service, UPON THE PERIL OF MY HE*D. I am confident that the king, being pleased to set himself in ,thjs business, is able, .by his wisdom and ministers, to carry any just and honourable action -thorough...
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The Constitutional History of England from the Accession of Henry ..., Volume 2

Henry Hallam - Constitutional history - 1827 - 496 pages
...witness , whatsoever I was once said in passion to have '." Strafford replies : " I know no reason but you may as well rule the common lawyers in England...confident that the king being pleased to set himself in the business , is able , by his wisdom and ministers , to carry any just and honourable action through...
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Memorials of the Stuart Dynasty: Including the Constitutional and ...

Robert Vaughan - Great Britain - 1831
...sorry."* Thus did these plotters stimulate each other. " I know no reason," says the same writer, " but you may as well rule the common lawyers in England,...confident that the king, being pleased to set himself in the business, is able, by his wisdom and ministers, to carry any just and honourable action, through...
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Lives of eminent and illustrious Englishmen, ed. by G. G. Cunningham

Englishmen - 1836
...antiquated charters, they were binding no farther than he pleased." He writes to Laud : " I know no reason but you may as well rule the common lawyers in England...I do, and will do, in all that concerns my master upon the peril of my head." And he soon after boasts : — " I can now say the king is as absolute...
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Eminent British Statesmen: Sir John Eliot, by J. Forster, Thomas Wentworth ...

Statesmen - 1836
...more positive doctrine. I i Strafford Papers, vol. ip 111. 2 ibid, vol. ip 155. know no reason, then, but you may as well rule the common lawyers in England,...I do, and will do, in all that concerns my master s service, upon the peril of my head. I am confident that the king, being pleased to set himself in...
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