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" As to your own person the title of King would be of no advantage, because you have the full kingly power in you already, concerning the militia, as you are General. As to the nomination of civil officers, those whom you think fittest are seldom refused... "
Universal History: From the Creation of the World to the Beginning of the ... - Стр. 144
авторы: Lord Alexander Fraser Tytler Woodhouselee - 1835
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Famous historical scenes from three centuries, selected by A.R.H. Moncrieff

Famous historical scenes - 1875 - Страниц: 658
...the fruit of previous reflection on the subject. "As to your own person, the title of king would be no advantage, because you have the full kingly power...already concerning the militia, as you are general. Cromwell is in reality the chief power of the State ; but his power will be jeopardised if he seeks...
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Essays, Historical and Theological, Том 1

James Bowling Mozley - 1878 - Страниц: 512
...Cromwell. — Why do you think so ? Whitlocke. — As to your own person the title of king would be of no advantage, because you have the full kingly...concerning the militia as you are General : as to nomination of civil officers, because those men you think fittest are seldom refused. Cromwell. —...
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The Popular History of England, Объемы 3-4

Charles Knight - 1880 - Страниц: 1278
...no doubt that the Lord-General meant himself : " As to your own person, the title of king would be of no advantage, because you have the full kingly...seldom refused ; and, although you have no negative vote in the passing of laws, yet what you dislike will not easily be carried ; and the taxes are already...
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The Popular History of England, Объемы 3-4

Charles Knight - 1880
...himself : " As to your own person, the title of king would be of no advantage, because you have tlie full kingly power in you already concerning the militia,...seldom refused: and, although you have no negative vote in the passing of laws, yet what you dislike will not easily be carried ; and the taxes are already...
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The New Book of Kings

John Morrison Davidson - 1884 - Страниц: 123
...Hittites and Hivites to the Jews of old. iVhiteloche. As to your own person, the title of king would be no advantage, because you have the full kingly power...already concerning the militia, as you are general; so that I apprehend less envy, and danger, and pomp, but not less power and opportunities of doing...
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Oliver Cromwell, a History: Comprising a Narrative of His Life with Extracts ...

Samuel Harden Church - 1894 - Страниц: 564
...disease. CROMWELL. Why do you think so ? WHITELOCK. As to your own person the title of King would be of no advantage, because you have the full kingly...seldom refused ; and although you have no negative vote in the passing of laws, yet what you dislike will not easily be carried, and the taxes are already...
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Source-book of English History: Leading Documents, Together with ...

Guy Carleton Lee - 1900 - Страниц: 609
...disease." Cromwell, "Why do you think so?" Whitlock, "As to your own person the title of king would be of no advantage, because you have the full kingly...those whom you think fittest are seldom refused : and altho' you have no negative vote in the passing of laws, yet what you dislike will not easily be caried...
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Leading Documents of English History: Together with Illustrative Material ...

Guy Carleton Lee - 1900 - Страниц: 607
...disease." Cromwell, "Why do you think so?" Whitlock, "As to your own person the title of king would be of no advantage, because you have the full kingly...those whom you think fittest are seldom refused: and altho' you have no negative vote in the passing of laws, yet what you dislike will not easily be caried...
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Images and Cultures of Law in Early Modern England: Justice and Political ...

Paul Raffield, John Morrill - 2004 - Страниц: 318
...Having counselled Cromwell against accepting the title of king, he consoled him by telling him that 'you have the full Kingly Power in you already, concerning the Militia, as you are General'. Whitelocke's advice to Cromwell to restore a limited monarchy, 'as will secure our Spiritual and Civil...
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