Mr. Rushworth's Historical Collections Abridg'd Amd Improv'd

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Page 283 - My son, fear thou the LORD and the king : and meddle not with them that are given to change...
Page 70 - Then he laid his hand on the cup, which was full of wine, with a cover upon it, which...
Page 494 - Bench, who had declared that there was a rule of law and a rule of government, and that many things which might not be done by the rule of law might be done by the rule of government.
Page 263 - Majesty, and inclosed in your royal letter ; and we are of opinion, that when the good and safety of the kingdom in general is concerned, and the kingdom in danger, your Majesty may, by writ under the Great Seal of England, command all your subjects of this your kingdom, at their charge to provide and furnish such...
Page 290 - tis superstition nowadays for any man to come with more reverence into a church than a tinker and his bitch come into an ale-house; the comparison is too homely, but my just indignation at the profaneness of the times makes me speak it.
Page 507 - Government of the Kirk, or civil places and power of Kirk-men, till they be tried and allowed in free assemblies, and in Parliaments...
Page 345 - ... should be laid alone with irons on his hands and legs in the wards of the Fleet, where the basest of the prisoners used to be put, and that no person should be admitted to see him.
Page 276 - ... the king's name, or with the style of the king, or under the king's seal, or that their seals of office have in them the king's arms, and that the statute of 1 Edward VI. chap. 2. which enacted the contrary, is not now in force.
Page 479 - King might by writ under the Great Seal of England command all the subjects of this his kingdom at their charge to provide and furnish such number of ships with men, victuals and munition, and for such time as the King should think fit for the defence and safeguard of the kingdom from such danger and peril, and that by law the King might compel the doing thereof in case of refusal or refractoriness...
Page 278 - ... might be admitted as it was put in, or he permitted to put in a new anfwer. June 2, it was ordered by the court, that if he would not anfwer to interrogatories framed upon his anfwer, he would bęt proceeded againft pro confeflb.

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