4 edition of A relation of divers remarkable proceedings betwixt the Kings Majestie and his loyall subjects, exprest in these particulars following found in the catalog.
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.Wing R804Available electronically as part of Early English books online.Microfilm. Ann Arbor, Mich. : University Microfilms, 1977. 1 microfilm reel. 35 mm. (Early English books, 1641-1700 ; 776:19)
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" But then, to meet justly with such cufiing dissembling and equivocating, and to discover such apparant falshood ; that no lesse admired, then most worthy gentleman.
Yet not owner of a seat May shelter you from Natures heat, And your earthly joyes compleat. Whom she accepted for her husband, and both live together at this day.
Nather will I meddle with the Com- mission 1 or the tenor therof. God dealeth not so with any of his, when he is most angry. Montrose, domes- ticated from boyhood in the family of his relative and curator, to whom he formed a very strong attachment, and being of an unusually preco- cious nature, could not fail to imbibe these lessons at a very early period of his life. Put up thy swerde, sayd the coke, And felowes wyll we be. " And thereupon broke forth into most hateful and traitorous words against the King's own person, ending in a menace and bravery, " That, if he could save himself for that time, he would plot such plots, as should make the King think himself happy to send for him again, and render him his estate with advantage ; yea, and force the King of Spain to w rite into England in his favour.
To lengthen this long note: Among the Harleian MSS.
His only venture into the realm of the his- torical romance, it is set in Rome during the early Christian era and Flora Masson who wrote a biog- raphy of Robert Boyle believed that autobiographi- cal overtones are to be found in the text. A good copy in modern half morocco, with some marginalia.
to be Governer and Deputie and assistance that then acepted should reasume the goverment over this Colonie with the deputies and in case any be removed by death or other wayes that other may be Chosen in there Roome and upon there reassumeing the goverment we do promise to assist them both with persons and estates. Madam Creswell, to her sister in iniquity Moll Quarles. Be not over-much wicked, neither be thou foolish Page.
By these extremes Religion's from us flowne, And our one Church growes many; therefore none: CHAP. Towards his house in Nottingham towne, He fled full fast away ; And soe did all the companye : Not one behind wold stay. And she was a borowe, sayd Robyn, Betwene a knyght and me, Of a lytell money that I hym lent, Under the grene wode tree ; And yf thou hast that sylver ibroughte, I praye the let me se, And I shall helpe the eftsones, Yf thou have nede of me.
A relation of divers remarkable proceedings betwixt the Kings Majestie and his loyall subjects As for Lord Barons, Lyndesay and Cathcart, Boyd, Rosse, and Tester, Forbes pious heart, Lord Viscount Duplin, Chancellor of my State, With Marcheston, as good, as now made great. But I may be permitted to observe, that his Lordship was the fifth Earl, and was born in 1600; served heir to his grandfather, Earl Andrew, in 1621, and was the father of John, the sixth Earl, who, in 1667, was promoted to the office of Lord High Chancellor of Scotland for life, and on 29th May, 1680, was created, by patent, Duke of Rothes, Marquis of Ballinbreich, Earl of Leslie, Viscount of Lugtown, Lord Auchmutie and Caskieberry.
125 and vet the discovery of it was extraordinarv, beins? The Thesaurer affirmed, that the Toune Counsell was more mutinous then any without, even these within.
But to follow my course. that it will expose the Gentlemen who interposed as Mediators in this affaire and [they if any] thing be miss-managed, will bee princippall Transgressors; who did. Having thus murdered the Enghsh, their insolence and ingratitude did not end there, but they forcibly seized upon the islands of Seran, Nero, Waire, Rosingen, Latyo, Cambello, Nitto, Larica, Lantare, the islands of Poloroone, near neighbouring to the Mollucca's; Polaway, and Machasser, islands of Banda ; all which islands were formerly surrendered, by the general consent and act of the natives unto the English, and under the sovereignty of the kings of England.
You have thus had a history of all we know, as yet, regarding these papers, and their re-discovery.
O call me not Naomi, said she once, but call me Marah: for I went out full, and am come home empty.