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The History of the Rebellion and Civil Wars in England Begun in the ..., Volum 2
Edward Hyde Earl of Clarendon
Uten tilgangsbegrensning - 1888
able affairs affection ambassadors appeared arms army arrived attend authority believed body brought carried Catholic cause Chancellor command condition confidence continued Council Court Cromwell desired discourse duke earl enemy engaged England English entered expected expressed father France friends gave give given hands Holland hope horse Ireland journey kind King King's kingdom knew known least leave less letter likewise lived looked lord majesty majesty's marquis master means nature necessary never notice obliged officers Ormonde Paris Parliament particular party pass peace persons present prince prisoners promised proposed Queen ready reason received religion remained resolution resolved respect rest returned Scotland seemed sent servants served ships soon Spain stay taken thing thither thought told took town treated trust whilst whole