The history and proceedings of the House of commons of England, with the speeches, debates, and conferences between the two houses ... from ... 1660[-1714].

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Seite 230 - other than according to the Liturgy and Practice of the Church of England. Now we know indeed what the Liturgy is, but it is not fo eafy to tell what the Importance of the word Practice may be, or how far that may be carried; whether it is the Practice of Cathedral or Parochial Churches, and whether Practice
Seite 210 - Exercife of Religion, in other Manner than according to the Liturgy and Practice of the Church of England, in any Place within the Kingdom of England, Dominion of Wales, and Town of Berwick upon Tweed, at which Conventicle,
Seite 126 - not being a Native of this Kindom of England, this Nation be not obliged to engage in any War for the Defence of any Dominion, or Territories not belonging to the Crown of England, without the Confent of Parliament.
Seite 209 - or from any of her Majefty's Predeceffors, or by her or their Authority, or by Authority derived from her or them, within the Kingdom of England, Dominion of Wales, or Town of Berwick upon Tweed, or in her Majefty's Navy, or in the
Seite 209 - Meetings for the exercife of" Religion in other manner than according to the Liturgy and Practice of the Church of England, ' . which is contrary to the Intent and Meaning of the Laws already made: Be it therefore
Seite 400 - accordingly, which they had directed him to report to the Houfe; which he read in his Place, and afterwards delivered in at the Clerk's Table, where the lame was read, and (with fome Amendments) agreed unto by the
Seite 185 - That to print or publifh any Books or Libels reflecting upon the Proceedings of the Houfe of Commons, or any Member thereof, for, or relating to his Service therein, is a high Violation of the Rights and Privileges of the Houfe of Commons. 4th, That it is the undoubted Right of the
Seite 406 - to invade them. Neither thought we that the Judges Opinions, (which yet, in due place, we greatly reverence, being delivered with the Commmon Law,) which extend only to inferior and (landing Courts, ought to bring any Prejudice to this high Court of Parliament; whofe Power, being above the Law, is not founded on the Common Laws, but
Seite 274 - Line, and for extinguishing the Hopes of the Pretended Prince of Wales, and all other Pretenders, and their Open and Secret Abettors : An Act
Seite 407 - the Writs iflued fince the laft Seffion are void, and that Mr. Speaker do iflue out his Warrant to the Clerk of the Crown, to make out new Writs for thofe Places. Which was done accordingly. For it is the antient and Undoubted Right of the Houfe of

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