The History Of England, From The Invasion Of Julius Cµsar To The Revolution In 1688; Volume 6

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Excerpt from The History of England, From the Invasion of Julius C???sar to the Revolution in 1688, Vol. 3 of 8 IN the houfs of commons, the reafoning of the exclu fionifts appeared the molt convincing; and the bill paffed by a great majority. It was in the houfe of peers that the king expected to oppofe it with fuccefs. The court party was there fo prevalent, that it was carried only by a majority of two to pay fo much regard to the bill as even to commit it. When it came to be debated, the conteit was violent. ...

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