Oliver Cromwell's Letters And Speeches; Including The Supplement To The First Edition With Elucidations Volume 2 by Oliver Cromwell

Oliver Cromwell's Letters And Speeches; Including The Supplement To The First Edition With…

byOliver Cromwell

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1860 edition. Excerpt: ...and' I am for ever bound to acknowledge you have dealt most honorably and worthily with me, and lovingly, and have had respect for one who deserves nothing. Indeed, out of the love and faithfulness I bear you, and out of the sense I have of the difficulty of your work, I would not have you lose any help Help of the name King; help of the scrupulous Anti-King people: it is a dark case.' that may serve you, that may stand in stead to you. I would willingly be a sacrifice King, Protector, Constable, or what you like, that there might be, so long as God shall please to let this Parliament sit, a harmony, and better and good understanding between all of you. And,--whatever any man may think,--it equally concerna one of us as another to go on to Settlement: and where I meet with any that is of another mind, indeed I could almost curse him in my heart. And therefore, to deal heartily and freely, I would have you lose nothing Not even the Scrupulous. that may stand you in stead in this way. 1 would advise, if there be 'found' any of a froward, unmannerly or Grammar a little imperfect. Really one begins to find Oliver would, at it were, have needed a new Grammar. Had all men been Olivers, whit a different sef. of inlra would Lindley Murray and the Governesses now Hiyi gone upoc. womanish spirit,--I would not that yon should lose them! I would not that you should lose any servant or friend who might help in this Work; that any such should be offended by a thing that signifies no more tome than I have told you it docs. That is to say: I do not think the thing necessary; I do not. I would not that you should lose a friend for it If I could help you to many ' friends,' and multiply myself into many that would he to serve you in regard to Settlement!...

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Title:Oliver Cromwell's Letters And Speeches; Including The Supplement To The First Edition With…Format:PaperbackDimensions:236 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.5 inPublished:October 12, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0217737501

ISBN - 13:9780217737500

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