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" Colonel Hutchinson privately discoursing with his cousin about the communications he had had with the king, Ireton's expressions were these: " He gave us words, and we paid him in his own coin, when we found he had no real intention to the people's good,... "
Anecdotes of the Manners and Customs of London from the Roman Invasion to ... - Page 243
de James Peller Malcolm - 1811
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Anecdotes of the Manners and Customs of London from the Roman Invasion to ...

James Peller Malcolm - 1811 - 440 pages
...the officers, began to be trinkling with them, not only then- but before, and had drawn drawn in Rome of them to engage to corrupt others to fall in with...representation was sufficiently general. The writers who have R 2 favoured favoured us with an account of the events of the period under notice, say, that it was...
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Anecdotes of the Manners and Customs of London from the Roman ..., Volume 1

James Peller Malcolm - 1811 - 442 pages
...converse with the officers, began to be trinkling with them, not only then but before, -and had drawn drawn in some of them to engage to corrupt others...every breast composing it ; and yet the representation .\vas.&#flicie.ntly general. The writers who have R 2 favoured favoured us with an account of the events...
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Memoirs of the Protector: Oliver Cromwell, and of His Sons ..., Volume 2

1821 - 688 pages
...(her husband), privately, VOL. IT. c discoursing with his cousin (Ireton) about the communications he had with the King, Ireton's expressions were, these:...factions, to regain by art what he had lost in fight." Mr. Baron Maseres, in a note in his publication of this memoir, (with other tracts,) referring to Cromwell's...
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Oliver Cromwell and His Times

Thomas Cromwell - 1822 - 616 pages
...cousin, relative to the Independents' treaty with the King, he is related by Mrs. H. to have said : ' He gave us words ; and we paid him in his own coin,...factions, to regain by art what he had lost in fight.' Finally, Charles so disgusted the heads of the party, that upon the easiest terms would have restored...
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The Assistant of Education: Religious and Literary, Intended for ..., Volume 2

1824 - 404 pages
...he had with the king, Ireton's expressions were these, ' He gave us words, and we paid him in bis H3 own coin, when we found he had no real intention to...factions to regain by art what he had lost in fight.' The king lived at Hampton Court, rather in the condition of a guarded and wellattended prince, than as...
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Assistant of Education, Volume 2

1824 - 396 pages
...and we paid him in his H3 own coin, when we found he had no real intention to the people's good, bat to prevail by our factions to regain by art what he had lost in fight.' The king lived at Hampton Court, rather in the condition of a guarded and wellattended prince, than as...
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The Constitutional History of England from the Accession of Henry ..., Volume 2

Henry Hallam - 1827 - 510 pages
...to him , ' I shall play my game as well as I can, ' Ireton replied, ' If your majesty have a game, you must give us also the liberty to play ours. '...factions, to regain by art what he had lost in fight.' " P. 274. It must be said for the king, that he was by no means more sanguine or more blind than his...
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The Constitutional History of England from the Accession of Henry ..., Volume 2

Henry Hallam - 1827 - 854 pages
...to play ours.' Colonel Hutchinson privately discoursing with his cousin about the communications lie had had with the king, Ireton's expressions were these...factions, to regain by art what he had lost in fight.' " P. 274. It must be said for the king, that he was by no means more sanguine or more blind than his...
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The History of Scotland, Volume 4

George Buchanan - 1827 - 642 pages
...play, you must give us also the liberty to play ours." Afterwards, speaking to colonel Hutchinson about the king, Ireton's expressions were these : " He gave...people's good but to prevail, by our factions, to *egai» by art what he had lost in fight." Hutchinson's Mem. p. 277. f Ludlow, folio ed. p. 77. Hutchinson's...
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The History of Scotland, Volume 4

George Buchanan - 1827 - 646 pages
...expressions were these: " He gave us words, and we paid him in bis own coin, when we found he hail "o real intention to the people's good but to prevail,...factions, to regain by art what he had lost in fight." Hutchinson's Mem. p. 277. f Ludlow, folio eil. p. 77. Hutchinson's Mem. 4to ed. p. 276. Berkley's Mrni....
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