Memoirs of Queen Anne: Being a Compleat Supplement to the History of Her Reign [by Abel Boyer] Wherein the Transactions of the Four Last Years are Fully Related. To which is Prefix'd ... a Succinct Account of Affairs from the Reformation ... With the Issue Thereof, in the Great Crisis Before the Said Queen's Death, and the Succession of the Present Royal Family to the Crown of Great Britain. Wherein the Many Artifices Set on Foot at that Time to Defeat the Said Succession are Now Fairly Laid Open ... from Original Papers, and Other Sufficient Vouchers

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A. Millar, 1729 - 317 Seiten
 

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Seite 167 - Fafts been true ; fince no Scruple was made of Acquainting the Houfe with a fubfequent Order, very lately fent to the Duke of Ormond, allowing him to join in a Siege : Which is a...
Seite 167 - Deputies earneftly prefied him to join in Attacking the French Army, which was then known to be much...
Seite 73 - He was prohibited from preaching for the term of three years: his two sermons were ordered to be burnt by the hands of the common hangman, in presence of the lord mayor and the two sheriffs of London and Middlesex.
Seite 230 - ... houfe, for the great care fhe had taken of the fecurity and honour of her kingdoms in the treaty of peace ; and alfo, for what fhe had done in the treaty of commerce with France, by laying fo good a foundation for the interefts of her people in trade; and humbly to defire her majefty, that...
Seite 268 - The lords, taking into consideration the state of the nation, resolved upon addresses to the queen, desiring they might know what steps had been taken for removing the pretender from the dominions of the duke of Lorraine : that she would impart to them a detail of the negotiations for peace, a recital of the instances which had been made in favour of the Catalans, and an account of the...
Seite 180 - Anjm fhould happen to think himfelf bound by his own Aft, which his Grandfather did not, yet will his...
Seite 295 - That he was agreeably furprized to fee, that fome Perfons were on a fudden become fo religious as to fet up for Patrons of the Church: But that he could not but wonder, that...
Seite 282 - Succeffion to be in Danger, and fo little to make out the contrary, .that he could not but believe the firft ; and thereupon he took Notice of Sir Patrick Lawlefs being fuffer'd to come over and admitted to an Audience of her Majefty.
Seite 234 - Lor" ra*n, anc* with a^ other Princes and States " in Amity with her, that they would not " receive or fuffer the Pretender to her " Crown, to continue in any Part of their
Seite 182 - Infecurity as is abfolutely inconfiflent with our own Safety. The Rhine is propofed for a Barrier of the Empire, •which leaves Strasburgh and Hunninghen in the Hands of the French ; the former of which has always been look'd upon as the Key of the Empire.

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