Memoirs of the Protectorate-house of Cromwell: Deduced from an Early Period, and Continued Down to the Present Time : Collected Chiefly from Original Papers and Records, with Proofs and Illustrations : Together with an Appendix, and Embellished with Elegant Engravings, Band 2

Pearson and Rollason, sold by R. Baldwin [and 3 others], 1784 - 544 Seiten

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Seite 312 - ... to her grandfather, and the confidence he had repofed in her. I have -heard both my father and mr. Say, and others, mention this ; and I know they had no doubt of the truth of it : I...
Seite 464 - Cases. However, I forgive all the World, and therein all those that have done me wrong ; and in particular, I forgive Colonel Penruddock, although he told me, that he could have taken these Men before they came to my House. And I do likewise forgive him, who desired to be taken away from the Grand Jury to the Petty Jury, that he might be the more nearly concerned in my Death.
Seite 503 - Albemarle, honored with the garter, and as many other titles and places as he would accept. The dukedom became extinct in his fon.
Seite 462 - Oliver made him the tool of his feverity. He- was prefident of his high courts of juftice, in which were condemned, the unfortunate colonel Gerard, mr. Vowel, fir Henry Slingfby, and dr. Hewel. He fat in the reftored parlement, but finding the confufions muft end in the restoration of royalty, he prudently retired to the continent. The parlement profcribed him, and confifcated his eftates.
Seite 302 - Oliver feems to be made up of fo .many inconfifiencies, that I do not think any one is capable of drawing it juftly, who was not perfonally and thoroughly acquainted with him, or, at Iciii, with his grand-daughter* Mrs.
Seite 303 - ... at this time, to have been one of the firft perfons in Europe ; to make innumerable vifits of ceremony, bufinefs, or charity, and difpatch the greateft affairs with the utmoft eafe and addrefs, appearing every where as the common friend, advocate, and patronefs of all the poor, and the miferable in any kind ; in whofe caufe Ihe will *
Seite 113 - His father was a very eminent man, and had been zealous in the exclusion : he was a young man of great parts ; one of the learnedest gentlemen I have ever known; for he was a critic both in Latin, Greek, and Hebrew : he was a man of great...
Seite 307 - ... to the demands of a poor woman, and had heard the cries of a family too long kept out of their money ; for, how...
Seite 302 - A perfon of great prefence and rmjefty, heroic courage, and indefatigable induftry ; and, with fomething in her countenance and manner, that at once attracts and commands...
Seite 303 - ... or the remains of better times will allow her: and about the clofe of evening, to ride in her chaife, or on her pad, to a neighbouring...

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