The history of the rebellion in the year 1715

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James Roberts, in Warwick-Lane, 1745 - 245 Seiten
 

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Seite 176 - Religious Rights of all our Subjects receive their Confirmation in such a Parliament, let Consciences truly tender be Indulged, let Property of every kind be better than ever secured; let an Act of General Grace and Amnesty extinguish the Fears...
Seite 212 - Cuftom, not eafy to be reform'd; which is, that generally after an Action they return Home.
Seite 93 - About Three in the Afternoon, Colonel Cotton, with a Dragoon and a Drum beating a Chamade before them, came up the street from the King's General : The Colonel alighted at the Sign of the Mitre, where the Chief of the RebelOfficers were got together, and told them he came to receive their positive Answer.
Seite 78 - High-church and Ormond, they would make men believe, who do not know them, that they would encounter the greatest opposition in the world ; but after having consulted their pillows, and the fume a little evaporated, it is to be observed of them, that they generally become mighty tame, and are apt to look before they leap, and with the snail, if you touch their houses, they hide their heads, shrink back...
Seite 176 - Quality soever, who shall at or after Our Landing, and before they engage in any Action against Us, or Our Forces, from that time lay hold on Mercy, and return to that duty and Allegiance which they owe to Us, their only Rightful and Lawful Sovereign. By the joint endeavours of Us and Our...
Seite 152 - Squadrons of Dragoons upon Right and Left in the Front Line, and fix Battalions of Foot in the Center. The fecond Line was compos'd of two Battalions in the Center, one Squadron on the Right, and another on their Left, and one Squadron of Dragoons behind each Wing of Horfe in the firft Line. As the Right of our Army came over-againft the Left of the Rebels, which they had put to a Morafs, his Grace finding they were not quite formed, gave Orders immediately to fall on, and charged both their Horfe...
Seite 139 - Kildrummy know, that if they come not forth with their best arms, that I will send a party immediately to burn what they shall miss taking from them. And they may believe this not only a threat, but, by all that's sacred, I'll put it in execution, let my loss be what it will, that it may be an example to others.
Seite 36 - ... of arbitrary power, popery, and all its other enemies. " Nor have we any reason to be distrustful of the goodness of God, the truth and purity of our holy religion, or the known excellency of his majesty's judgment, as not to hope that in due time good example and conversation with our learned divines will remove those prejudices, which we know, his education in a popish country has not...
Seite 126 - Harlcy and the earl of Clarendon, when they went from hence to wait on your majesty; and your ministers carrying so to me, was the occasion of my receiving such orders, as deprived me of the honour and satisfaction of waiting on them and being known to them. " I suppose I had been misrepresented to them by some...
Seite 167 - Line had given way, and the Enemy was purfuing them down the back of the Hill, and had taken our Artillery ; immediately the Earl of Mar gave Orders for the Horfe to wheel, and having put the Foot in Order, as faft as could be, march'd back with them. When he was again near the Top of the Hill, two Squadrons of the Enemy's Grey Dragoons were perceived marching towards us.

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