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" ... that they must now be of another temper than they were the last Parliament ; that they must not only sweep the house clean below, but must pull down all the cobwebs which hung in the top and corners, that they might not breed dust and so make a foul... "
The History of the Rebellion and Civil Wars in England - Side 277
av Edward Hyde (1st earl of Clarendon.), Edward Hyde Earl of Clarendon - 1839
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The Legal Imagination

James Boyd White - 1985 - 302 sider
...make so foul a house hereafter; that they had now an opportunity to make their country happy, by the removing all grievances and pulling up the causes...them by the roots, if all men would do their duties." [Ill, 3.] When Strafford, after acquittal of treason, was made the object of a bill of attainder, the...
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The Verneys: A True Story of Love, War, and Madness in Seventeenth-century ...

Adrian Tinniswood - 2007 - 570 sider
...countenance in most of the members of Parliament" that week; they were eager for radical change, so that "the warmest and boldest counsels and overtures...much better reception than those of a more temperate allay."34 Ralph, whose three-week stint as an MP during the Short Parliament had given him a taste...
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The British Quarterly Review, Volum 45

Henry Allon - 1867
...spirit, for ' they now had an opportunity to make their country happy by removing all NO. xc. KK ' grievances, and pulling up the causes of them by the roots, if ' all men would do their duties.' At the same time, it would be easy to prove to demonstration, that the leaders contemplated no revolutionary...
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