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The history of the rebellion and civil wars in England, begun in the year 1641. With the precedent passages, and actions, that contributed thereunto, and the happy end, and conclusion thereof by the (14762759595)

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Title: The history of the rebellion and civil wars in England, begun in the year 1641. With the precedent passages, and actions, that contributed thereunto, and the happy end, and conclusion thereof by the King's blessed restoration, and return, upon the 29th of May, in the year 1660
Year: 1717 (1710s)
Authors: Clarendon, Edward Hyde, Earl of, 1609-1674
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Publisher: Oxford, Printed at the Theatre
Contributing Library: Harold B. Lee Library
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whomr , , .n. they granted the favour to be beheaded, there were threeton,Id others, Colonel Ajhton, Stacy, and Bettely, condemnd by theStacy and fame Court; who were treated with more feverity; and were/Bcttely, hanged, drawn, and quarterd, with the moil rigour, in fe-atiyns, verjg t Screets in tne City, to make the deeper impreflionZdlZnt- upon the People, the two lalt being Citizens. But all Mencd. appeared fo naufeated with blood, and fo tired with thofe abo- minable Spectacles, that Cromwell thought it belt to pardon thereft who were condemnd, or rather to reprieve them; a-mongft whom Mallory was one; who was not at liberty tillthe Kings Return; and was more troubled for the weak&-fshe had been guilty of, than They were againft whom he hacr trefpaffed. Though the King, and all who were faithfulto him,1 were exceedingly afRidted with this bloody proceeding, yetCromwell did not feem to be the more connrmd in his Ty-ranny. It is true, the Kings Party was the more difpirited; but
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fr*» Addrefsty, a young Gentleman of an honourable Extraction, and great ^ ^ th*Parts, by whom they made many extravagant Propofitions, u Xl^w,and feemd to depend very much upon the death of Cromwell,and thereupon to compute their own power to ferve the King;who gave fuch an Anfwer only to them, as might difpofe themto hope for his favour, if he received f

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