Letters. To which is prefixed, an intr. vindicating the character of lord Russell against sir J. Dalrymple, &c. To which are prefixed, an intr. [&c.] and The trial of lord W. Russell for high treason
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Page lxxiii - 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 son 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 to them aid and comfort in the realm, or elsewhere, and thereof be provably attainted of open deed by the people of their condition.
Page 92 - This comfort I think I have in my affliction, that I can say, unless thy law had been my delight, I should have perished in my trouble.
Page 6 - Being appointed to preach the sermon on the Gunpowder Plot, (1684,) at the Rolls Chapel, I took for my text, ' Save me from the lion's mouth ; thou hast heard me from the horns of the unicorn.
Page 210 - And be it hereby declared, 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 or representatively, nor any other Persons whatsoever, ever had, have, hath, or ought to have, any coercive power over the persons of the Kings of this realm.
Page cliv - ... and confused, as my yet amazed mind is. But such men as you, and particularly one so much my friend, will, I know, bear with my weakness, and compassionate my distress, as you have already done by your good letter and excellent prayer. I...
Page lxxiii - ... when a man doth compass or imagine the death of our lord the king, or of our lady the queen, or of their eldest son and heir...
Page cliii - I have writ nothing in this that will displease Your Majesty. If I have, I humbly beg of you to consider it as coming from a woman amazed with grief; and that you will pardon the daughter of a person who served Your Majesty's father in his greatest extremities, [and Your Majesty...
Page 252 - 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 cxxvii - As for the share I had in the prosecution of the Popish plot, I take God to witness, that I proceeded in it in the sincerity of my heart ; being then really convinced, as I am still, that there was a conspiracy against the king, the nation, and the Protestant religion.