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A brief justification of the Prince of Orange's descent into England, and of the kingdoms late recourse to arms with a modest disquisition of what may become the wisdom and justice of the ensuing convention in their disposal of the crown.
by Ferguson, Robert, d. 1714.Request from another library (InterLibrary Loan)
By the King, a declaration as we cannot consider this invasion of our kingdom by the Prince of Orange without horror, for so unchristian and unnatural an undertaking in a person so nearly related to us; for it is a matter of the greatest trouble and concern to us to reflect upon the many mischiefs and calamities which an army of forreigners and rebells must unavoidably bring upon out people ...
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The address of the Lord Mayor, Aldermen, and Common-Council of the city of London, to the Lords spiritual and temporal in Parliament with the answer thereunto, delivered by the Lord Marquis of Halifax, Lord Privy-Seal, and Speaker of the House of Lords.
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