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Exact copy of the petition of the Protestants in France to their sovereign Lewis XIV. For redress of the present oppressions.

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      • Wing (2nd ed.): E3636.Translated from the French.

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        Paginationxvi, 90 p. :
        Number of Pages74
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No embankments shall from henceforth be defended, but such as were in defence in the time of King Henry our grandfather; by the same places, and the same bounds as they were accustomed to be in his time.

Yet this Crichton of France had proved himself an associate nowise desirable. The anxiety, with which king James marked the progress of Arminianism in Holland. I invert the question, and ask shall two millions of people put it in the power of one million to govern them as they please? Adams wrote to me pressingly to join him in London immediately, as he thought he discovered there some symptoms of better disposition towards us.

Each is a reminder that he, Thomas Paine, friend of the Brissotins, is continuing their anxious and loyal vigilance for the Republic. It is not known what happened to Sergeant Benjamin Cady 1758-?

the Arminian party] must yield, and submit himself to the synod, of which I see no great probability; or else, the synod must vail to them: which to do [i. It shows as if the suspicious secret government of an Italian Republic had replaced the open, candid government of the English laws.

John Urmstone arrived in Albemarle and took up his residence in Chowan precinct. The chamber of peers takes cognizance of high treason, and of attempts against the security of the state, which is to be defined by the law.

PREFACE THE pressure felt by two teachers of English history for a comprehensive volume of documents bearing on the development of the English constitution has led to the compilation of this volume.