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Strona v - History of the late conspiracy against the King and the nation, with a particular account of the Lancashire Plot, and all the other attempts and machinations of the disaffected party since his majesty's accession to the throne, (extracted out of the original informations of the witnesses and other authentic papers,)" printed in 1696, traces the conspiracy step by step, and arrives at the same conclusions as Mr.
Strona 20 - In 1688 he was MP for Thetford. In 1689 he was chief justice of Chester. He was great nephew of the John Trenchard who in 1648 and 1652 took part with the regicides, and signed various papers said to be in the collection of the late Josiah Trench of 'Windsor. In the Notes and Queries for May 1852, corrected the following month, there is set forth at length a general pardon granted to him by King James II. on 17th December 1687.
Strona 55 - Massachusetts bay, clerk, the ninth day of May, in the fourth year of the reign of our sovereign Lord and Lady William and Mary, by the grace of God of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, King and Queen, defenders of the faith...
Strona 5 - June 1674, but he never took holy orders, and was merely a lay brother at the time of his death. He is said to have been an eccentric man, and to have been never fully trusted by the Society.
Strona lxxvii - And all his sturdy men-at-arms were ranged about the board. He poured the fiery Hollands In, — the man that never feared, — He took a long and solemn draught, and wiped his yellow beard ; And one by one the musketeers — the men that fought and prayed — All drank as 't were their mother's milk, and not a man afraid.
Strona 41 - Smith, herewith sent you for high treason ; and you are to keep him safe and close until he shall be delivered by due course of law; and for so doing this shall be your sufficient warrant.
Strona lxxviii - A LETTER out of LANCASHIRE to a friend in London, giving some account of the late Tryals there, together with some seasonable and proper remarks upon it. Recommended to the Wisdom of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament.
Strona 41 - ... libel, entitled the North Briton, No. XLV. tending to inflame the minds and alienate the affections of the people from his majesty, and to excite them to traiterous insurrections against the government.
Strona 102 - Not guilty." Then Mr Justice Eyre said to the Gentlemen acquitted : Gentlemen, You see under what a mercifull and easy Government you live. You are sensible now that it is tender of the lives of Papists as well as Protestants : you are washed from this guilt — let me desire you to reflect on that happiness, and beware of ever entering into Plotts and Conspiracies against the Government. Monday 22nd. The Lord Molineux, Sir Willm Gerard, and Bartholomew Walmsley Esq.