Publications: Allardyce, James, ed. Historical papers relating to the Jacobite period, 1699-1750. 2 v. 1895-96, Tema 14

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Página 318 - STAND fast therefore in the liberty wherewith Christ hath made us free, and be not entangled again with the yoke of bondage.
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Página 185 - Charles, Prince of Wales, &c. Regent of the kingdoms of Scotland, England, France, and Ireland, and the dominions thereunto belonging : Whereas we have seen a certain scandalous and malicious paper, published in the style and form of a Proclamation, bearing date the 1st instant, wherein, under pretence of bringing us to justice, like our royal ancestor, King Charles...
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Página 191 - Time, been the more happy and flourishing for it? Have you found Reason to love and cherish your Governors, as the Fathers of the People of Great Britain and Ireland? Has a Family, upon whom a Faction unlawfully bestowed a Diadem of a rightful Prince, retained a due Sense of so great a Trust and Favour?
Página 172 - Ross &c. of late they are much come in to Independancy. MONROES. — Sir Hary Monroe of Foules is their Chief, his Lands are holden of the Crown, and Can raise 300 Men. ROSSES. — Lord Ross is their Chief, his Lands hold of the Crown and Can raise 300 Men. SUTHERLANDS. — The Earl of Sutherland is their Chief Can raise 700 Men. MACKAYS. — The Lord Rae is their Chief His Estate lyes in Strathnaver and he can raise 500 Men.
Página 192 - Civil wars are ever attended with rancour and ill-will, which party rage never fails to produce in the minds of those whom different interests, principles, or views, set in opposition to one another ; I therefore earnestly require it of my friends, to give as little loose as possible to such passions ; this will prove the most effectual means to prevent the same in the enemies of our royal cauae. And this my declaration will vindicate to all 'Proceedings in Edinburgh. posterity the nobleness of my...
Página 180 - Standard, and even some time after ; we therefore esteem it for our service, and the good of our kingdoms and dominions, to nominate and appoint, as we hereby nominate, constitute, and appoint, our dearest son Charles, Prince of Wales, to be sole Regent of our kingdoms of England, Scotland, and Ireland, and of all other our dominions during our absence.
Página 177 - Charles, by the grace of God, King of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, Defender of the Faith, &c. To all our loving subjects, of what degree or quality soever, greeting. If the general distraction and confusion which is spread over the whole kingdom doth not awaken all men to a desire and longing that those wounds which have so many years together been kept bleeding, may be bound up, all we can say will be to no purpose; however, after this long silence, we have thought...

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