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Page 65 - ... province according to the Church of England, and to receive the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper according to the rites and usage of the said church, &c.
Page 280 - Majesty's decease leaving heirs of her own body, until they have sworn the coronation oath and accepted the crown in the terms of the Claim of Right, and in the event of her...
Page 202 - ... the highest importance, she thought it necessary to weigh and consider very carefully what might be proper for her to do in a thing of so great concern.
Page 201 - Commons, in an address, besought the queen to refuse granting a writ of error in this case, which would tend to the overthrowing the undoubted rights and privileges of the Commons of England. She assured them she would not do any thing to give them just cause of complaint ; but this matter relating to the course of judicial proceedings being of the...
Page 44 - Gibralter; but ftanding in to the Shore about Noon we difcovered the Enemy's Fleet and Gallies to the Weftward, near Cape Malaga, going away large. We immediately made all the Sail we could after them, and continued the Chace all Night. On Sunday the I3th in the Morning, we were within 3 Leagues of the Enemy, who brought to with their Heads to the Southward, the Wind being Eafterly, formed their Line, and lay to receive us.
Page 174 - Committee had directed him to report to the Houfe ; which he read in his place, and afterwards delivered in at the...
Page 218 - ... thefe five Perfon?, is, that thofe Aftions were broughX contrary to a Declaration of the Houfe of Commons. It was never yet heard (when there was a Houfe of LorcTs in being, and a King or Queen upon the Throne^ that the Houfe of Commons alone claimed a Power, by any Declaration of theirs, to alter.the Law, or to reftrain the People of England from taking the Benefit of it ; nor have their Declarations any fuch Authority, ts to oblige Men to fubrnit to them at the Peril of their Liberty. If they...
Page 65 - ... between the hours of nine and twelve in the forenoon, that he hath conformed to the church of England, for the space of one year before...
Page 5 - ... early in the morning with forty squadrons to view the ground, but found the enemy had already possessed themselves of it, whereupon we resolved to attack them, and accordingly we marched between three and four yesterday morning from the camp at Munster, leaving all our tents standing.