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" When I acquainted them with it, they all received it with equal amazement and pleasure. My lord chancellor said, it looked like a thing from heaven, fallen into his majesty's breast : Lord Essex, that it would leave the parliament and nation in the same... "
The English Historical Review - Page 261
publié par - 1915
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Memoirs of what Past in Christendom from the War Begun 1672, to the Peace ...

Sir William Temple - 1709 - 343 pages
...Majefty's Bread: Lord ESSEX, that it would leave the Parliament and .Nation in the fame Difpofitions to the King which he found at his Coming in : And Lord SUNDERLAND appro v'd it as much 'as any. — . \ NEXT Day we attended His Majefty, and had a very long Audience,...
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Memoirs: From the Peace concluded 1679. To the time of the author ..., Partie 3

Sir William Temple - 1709 - 216 pages
...MajeftyV Breaft: Lord ESSEX, that it would leave the Parliament and Nation in the fame Difpofitions to the King which he found at his Coming in : And Lord S u NDERLAND approv'd it as much as any. . ' . ' KEXT Day we attended His Majefty, and had a very long...
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Memoirs. Part III. From the Peace Concluded 1679 to the Time of the Author's ...

Sir William Temple - 1709 - 216 pages
...Majefty's Breajft:; Lord ESSEX, that it; would leave the Parliament and Nation in the .fame Difpofitions to the King which he found at his Coming in : And Lord S u ND ERRAND appro v'd it as, much as any. . , '• i#. ** * •" t • • •,«.•* A -f" •...
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Letters written by Sir William Temple ... containing an account of the most ...

Sir William Temple, Jonathan Swift - 1731 - 585 pages
...jefty's Breaft : Lord Effex> that it would leave the Parliament and Nation in the fame Dipofitions to the King which he found at his coming in : And Lord Sunderland approv'd it as much as any. Next Day we attended his Majefty, and had a very long Audience, upon which...
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The Works of Sir William Temple, Bart: Sequel of the author's letters ...

William Temple - 1814
...thing from heaven, fallen into his Majesty's breast: Lord Essex, that it would leave the Parliament and nation in the same dispositions to the King which...in: and Lord Sunderland approved it as much as any. Next day we attended his Majesty, and had a very long audience ; upon which no difficulty arose but...
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The History of Party: From the Rise of the Whig and Tory Factions, in the ...

George Wingrove Cooke - 1836
...from heaven, fallen into his majesty's breast : Lord Essex, that it would leave the parliament and nation in the same dispositions to the king which...: and Lord Sunderland approved it as much as any. " Next day we attended his majesty, and had a very long audience, upon which no difficulty arose but...
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Memoirs of the life, works, and correspondence of sir William Temple

Thomas Peregrine Courtenay - 1836
...thing from heaven, fallen into his Majesty's heart; Lord Essex, that it would leave the parliament and nation in the same dispositions to the King which he found at his coming in." The approbation of Lord Sunderland, who was a very good approver, is less particularly stated. Every...
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Memoirs of the Life, Works, and Correspondence of Sir William ..., Volume 2

Thomas Peregrine Courtenay - 1836
...thing from heaven, fallen into his Majesty's heart; Lord Essex, that it would leave the parliament and nation in the same dispositions to the King which he found at his coming in." The approbation of Lord Sunderland, who was a very good approver, is less particularly stated. Every...
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Lives of the Prime Ministers of England: From the Restoration to ..., Volume 1

J. Houston Browne - 1858
...thing from heaven fallen into His Majesty's breast ; Lord Essex, that it would leave the Parliament and nation in the same dispositions to the King which...; and Lord Sunderland approved it as much as any. The King " Next day we attended his Majesty, and had a very long audience, upon which no difficulty...
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The Privy Council of England in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth ..., Volume 1

Edward Raymond Turner - 1927 - 464 pages
...and pleasure. My Lord Chancellor said, it looked like a thing from heaven, fallen into his Majestty's breast: Lord Essex, that it would leave the Parliament...: and Lord Sunderland approved it as much as any." 69 At a secret meeting of the king, Temple, Finch, Sunderland, and Essex, Charles suddenly, to the...
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