Letters of Lady Rachel Russell: From the Manuscript in the Library at Wooburn [sic] Abbey : to which are Prefixed, an Introduction, Vindicating the Character of Lord Russell Against Sir John Dalrymple, &c. : to which is Added, the Trial of Lord William Russell for High Treason, Extracted from the State Trials

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Dottor Fitzwilliam to Lady Ruffell
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Doflor Simon Patriek to Lady Ruffell
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Lady Ruffell to Dr Fitzwilliam
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Dottor Fitzwilliam to Lady RuJJell
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Lady Ruffell to Dr Fitzwilliam
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LETTEE PACK 26 DoBor Fitzwilliam to Lady RnJJell
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Lady RuJJell to Dr Fitzwilliam
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Doftor Tillotfon to Lady RuJJell
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JJell to Dr Fitzwilliam
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Dottor Fitzwilliam to Lady Ruffell
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Lady Rufell to Dr Fitzwilliam
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The Princefe of Orange to Lady Rttffell
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Lady Ruffell to Dr Fitzwilliam
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The Pnncefs of Orange to Lady Ruffell
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Lady Rujfell to Dr Fitzwilliam
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Lady RuJJell to Dr Fitzwilliam
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6s The Princefs of Orange to Lady Ruffell
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Lady RuJJell to Dr Fitzwilliam ibid 64 The fame to the fame
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The fame to the fame
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Lady RuJJell to Lady Alington
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Dottor Tillotfon to Lady Ruffell
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Lady RuJJell to Lord Cavendijh
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Lady RuJJell to Dr Fitzwilliam
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The fame to the fame
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Lady Ruffell to Lord Cavendijh
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Lady Ruffell to Dr Fitzwilliam
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Lady RuJJell to Lady Alington
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Lady Ruffell to Dr Fitzwilliam
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kwfy RuJJell to the Earl ofStraffbrd
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Lady Ruffell to Lady Clinton
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Lady Ruffell to Dr Fitzwilliam
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Lady Ruffell to the Earl of Strafford
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Lady Rnffell to Lord
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Lady Ruffell to Dr Fitzwilliam
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Lady Ruffell to the Earl of Strafford
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Dottor Fitzwilliam to Lady Ruffell
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Lady Ruffell to
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The Bifhop of Salifbury to Lady Ruffell
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Lady Ruffell to Dr Fitzwilliam
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toa The fame to the fame
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Dean Tillotfon to Lady Ruffell
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Lady Ruffell to the Dean of St Pauls
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Dean Tillotfon to Lady Ruffell
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Lady Mountague to the fame
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no Dean Tillotfon to Lady Ruffell
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Lady Ruffell to the Dean of St Pauls
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Dean Tillotfon to Lady Ruffell
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Lady Ruffell to Lady Ranelagh
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The fame to Lord Devonhire
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The fame to Madam Rouvigny
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The fame to Dr Fitzwilliam
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LITTER PAC 117 Lady Ruffell to fuppofed the Bijhop of Salijbury
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The fame to Lord Cavendih
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The fame to Dr Fitzwilliam
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Archbijhop Tillotfon to Lady Ruffell
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11 Lady Ruffell to fuppofed Archbijhop Til lotfon
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Z The Jane to Queen Mary
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Queen Mary to Lady Ruffell
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Lady Ruffell to Lady fuppofed Alington
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The fame to the fame
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The fame to
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The fame to Mr Owen
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The fame to Queen Mary
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The fame to Lady Darby
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The fame to Dr Fitzwilliam
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The fame to the fame
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The fame to Lady Ruffell
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The fame to Lady Sunderland
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The fame to Dr Fitzwilliam
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Queen Mary to Lady Ruffell
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Lady Ruff ell to Dr Fitzwilliam
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Lady Rutland to Lady Ruffell
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Lady Ruffell to Dr Fitzwilliam
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Sir James Forbes to Lady Ruffell
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Archbijhop Tillotfon to the fame
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Lady RuJjell to Dr Fitzwilliam
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Archbijhop Tillotfon to Lady Ruffell
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Lady Ruffell to Dr Fiizwilliam
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The fame to the fame
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The Bihop ofSaliJbury to Lady Ruffell
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Lady Ruffell to Sir Robert Worjley
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The fame to King William
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The fame to Rouvigny Earl of Galtuay
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BiJJiop of Litchfield and Coventry to Lady Ruffell
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Lady Ruffell to the Earl of Galway
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The fane to the fame
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Page 243 - ... yet secretly my heart mourns, too sadly I fear, and cannot be comforted, because I have not the dear companion and sharer of all my joys and sorrows. I want him to talk with, to walk with, to eat and sleep with. All these things are irksome to me now: the day unwelcome, and the night so too. All company and meals I would avoid, if it might be...
Page 243 - I know I have deserved my punishment, and will be silent under it; but yet secretly my heart mourns, too sadly I fear, and cannot be comforted, because I have not the dear companion and sharer of all my joys and sorrows. I want him to talk with, to walk with, to eat and sleep with; all these things are irksome to me...
Page cxxv - Queen, or of their eldest son and heir: or if a man do violate the King's companion, or the King's eldest daughter unmarried, or the wife of the King's eldest sou and heir; or if a man do levy war against our lord the King in his realm, or be adherent to the King's enemies in his realm, giving them aid or comfort in the realm or elsewhere, and thereof be probably (or provably ' probablement ') attainted of open deed by people of their condition.
Page 241 - I was so importunate to speak with Your Majesty, I thought I had some reason to believe I should have inclined you to, not from the credit of my word, but upon the evidence of what I had to say. I hope I have writ nothing in this that will displease Your Majesty.
Page 500 - Majesty was going out, and therefore desired him to appoint me another time, which he did on the Saturday morning after. Then I came again, and he took me into his closet, where I told him, that I could not but have a deep sense of his Majesty's great grace and favour to me, not only to offer me the best thing he had to give, but to press it so earnestly upon me.
Page cxxv - When a man doth compass or imagine the death of our lord the King, or of our Lady his Queen, or of their eldest son and heir; or if a man do violate the King's companion, or the King's eldest daughter unmarried, or the wife of the...
Page 501 - I told him, that I tendered my life to him, and did humbly devote it to be disposed of as he thought fit.
Page 457 - Now I am informed by the statute 1 Jac. c. 1. that lineal succession is a privilege belonging to the imperial crown, and by 12 Car. 2 c. 30. 17. that by the undoubted and fundamental laws of this kingdom, neither the peers of this realm, nor the commons, nor both together, in parliament, or out of parliament, nor the people collectively, nor representatively, nor any persons whatsoever, hath, or ought to have, any coercive power over the kings of this realm.
Page 323 - Indeed : it burnt with so great violence, the whole house was consumed by five o'clock. The wind blew strong this way, so that we lay under fire a great part of the time, the sparks and flames continually covering the house, and filling the court.
Page 498 - Pray, do not turn this matter too much in your head ; when one has once turned it every way, you know that more does but perplex, and one never sees the clearer for it.

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