Works of the Camden Society, Volume 66

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Camden Society, 1856 - Great Britain
 

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Page 40 - Whosoever shall counsel or advise the taking and levying of the subsidies of tonnage and poundage not being granted by Parliament, or shall be an actor or instrument therein, shall be likewise reputed an innovator in the government, and a capital enemy to this kingdom and commonwealth.
Page 69 - And now also the axe is laid unto the root of the trees: therefore every tree which bringeth not forth good fruit is hewn down, and cast into the fire.
Page 40 - If any merchant or other person whatsoever shall voluntarily yield or pay the said subsidies of tonnage and poundage, not being granted by parliament, he shall likewise be reputed a betrayer of the liberty of England, and an enemy to the same.
Page 26 - Let Charles and George do what they can, The duke shall die like Doctor Lambe.
Page iv - SOCIETY desire it to be understood that they are not answerable for any opinions or observations that may appear in the Society's publications; the Editors of the several Works being alone responsible for the same.
Page 82 - A new discovery of the Prelates' tyranny, in their late prosecutions of Mr. William Pryn, an eminent lawyer, Dr.
Page 107 - I say, but we shall find him to " have been a most admirable solicitor, but a most " abominable judge; he it is who not only gave away " with his breath what our ancestors had purchased for " us by so large an expense of their time, their care, " their treasure, and their blood...
Page 119 - Church, and to take away nothing in the one or the other but what shall be evil and justly offensive, or at least, unnecessary and burdensome ; and, for the better effecting thereof, speedily to have consultation with godly and learned divines; and because this will never of itself attain...
Page 120 - ... be evil and justly offensive, or at least unnecessary and burdensome ; and for the better effecting thereof, speedily to have consultation with godly and learned divines; and because this will never of itself attain the...
Page 105 - I hope it will be believed, that only publick interest hath extorted this from me, and that which I would not say, if I conceived it not so true, and so necessary, that no undigested meat can be heavier upon the Stomach, that this unsaid would have lain upon my Conscience. " Mr. Speaker, the constitution of this Commonwealth...

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