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" I will only say, that so long as this Covenant is in force, whether it be with or without explanation, I have no more power in Scotland than as a duke of Venice, which I will rather die than suffer. "
The Pictorial History of England: Being, a History of the People, as Well as ... - Page 191
by George Lillie Craik - 1841
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The history of Scotland. With a survey of the religious history of Scotland ...

Thomas Wright - 1873
...a letter dated on the 25th of June, 545 " As concerning the explanation of their damnable covenant, whether it be with or without explanation, I have...parliament or assembly without me, I should not much be sorry, for it would the more loudly declare them traitors, and the more justify my actions. Therefore,...
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The Story of the Scottish Church: From the Reformation to the Disruption

Thomas M'Crie - Scotland - 1875 - 576 pages
...explanation of their damnable covenant, I will only say, that so long as this covenant is in force, whether it be with or without explanation, I have no more power of Scotland than as a duke of Venice, which I will rather die than suffer."1 On his arrival in Scotland,...
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1637-1640

Samuel Rawson Gardiner - Great Britain - 1882
...Charles was still resolute. " I will only say," he wrote, " that so long as this Covenant is in force — whether it be with or without explanation — I have...time, which now I see is one of your chiefest cares." He added that he should 1 Hamilton to the King, June 15. Hamilton Papers, 9. 2 Burnet, 58. 3 The King...
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History of England from the Accession of James I. to the Outbreak ..., Volume 8

Samuel Rawson Gardiner - Great Britain - 1884
...is in force — whether it T be with or without explanation — I have no more power . June 25. A i in Scotland than as a Duke of Venice, which I will...time, which now I see is one of your chiefest cares." He added that he should not be sorry if the Covenanters even proceeded to call a Parliament and Assembly...
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History of England from the Accession of James I. to the Outbreak ..., Volume 8

Samuel Rawson Gardiner - Great Britain - 1884
...wrote, " that so long as this Covenant is in force—whether it be with or without explanation—I have no more power in Scotland than as a Duke of Venice,...time, which now I see is one of your chiefest cares." He added that he should not be sorry if the Covenanters even proceeded to call a Parliament and Assembly...
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The history of civilisation in Scotland, Volume 3

John Mackintosh - Scotland - 1884
...will only say, that so long as this Covenant is in force, whether it be with or without explanations, I have no more power in Scotland than as a Duke of...Venice, which I will rather die than suffer ; yet I command the giving ear to their explanations or anything to win time. Lastly, my resolution is to come...
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History of England from the Accession of James I. to the Outbreak ..., Volume 8

Samuel Rawson Gardiner - Great Britain - 1884
...Charles was still resolute. " I will only say," he wrote, " that so long as this Covenant is in force — whether it be with or without explanation — I have no more power June 25. in Scotland than as a Duke of Venice, which I will rather die than suffer ; yet I commend...
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The Scottish Covenanters

James Taylor - Covenanters - 1887 - 188 pages
...Council. Nothing would satisfy him but the surrender of the " damnable Covenant," which left him, he said, "no more power in Scotland than as a Duke of Venice," " which I will die," he adds, "rather than suffer." But as the Covenanters resolutely adhered to the position they...
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Scotland from the Earliest Times to the Present Century

John Mackintosh - Scotland - 1890 - 336 pages
...will only say that so long as this Covenant is in force, whether it be with or without explanations, I have no more power in Scotland than as a Duke of...Venice, which I will rather die than suffer ; yet I command the giving ear to their explanations or to anything to win time." Hamilton saw that he could...
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The Story of Scotland from the Earliest Times to the Present Century ...

John Mackintosh - Scotland - 1890 - 336 pages
...will only say that so long as this Covenant is in force, whether it be with or without explanations, I have no more power in Scotland than as a Duke of...Venice, which I will rather die than suffer ; yet I command the giving ear to their explanations or to anything to win time." Hamilton saw that he could...
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