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" At dinner we had a great deal of good discourse about Parliament : their number being uncertain, and always at the will of the King to increase, as he saw reason to erect a new borough. But all concluded that the bane of the Parliament hath been the leaving... "
Memoirs of the House of Commons : from the Convention Parliament of 1688-9 ... - Página 246
de William Charles Townsend - 1844
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Memoirs of Samuel Pepys, Esq., F. R. S., Secretary to the Admiralty in the ...

Samuel Pepys - 1828
...value me and what I said accordingly. At dinner we had a great deal of good discourse about ParKament ; their number being uncertain, and always at the will of the King to encrease as he saw reason to erect a new borough. But all concluded that the bane of the Parliament...
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Diary and correspondence of Samuel Pepys, the diary deciphered by ..., Volumen 3

Samuel [collections] Pepys - 1854
...the Parliament-house lately, and did value me and what I said accordingly. At dinner we had a great deal of good discourse about Parliament : their number...being uncertain, and always at the will of the King to encrease, as he saw reason to erect a new borough. But all concluded that the bane of the Parliament...
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The English constitution in the reign of king Charles the second

Andrew Amos - 1857
...at the will of the King to increase, as he saw reason to erect a new borough. But all concluded that the bane of the Parliament hath been the leaving off...men that understood their business, and would attend it, and they could expect an account from them, which now they cannot ; and so Parliament is become...
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The English Constitution in the Reign of King Charles the Second

Andrew Amos - 1857 - 328 páginas
...at dinner with some distinguished counsellors, among whom were Pemberton and North. " We had a great deal of good discourse about Parliament; their number...saw reason to erect a new borough. But all concluded that the bane of the Parliament hath been the leaving off the old custom of the places allowing wages...
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Diary and Correspondence of Samuel Pepys ...

Samuel Pepys - 1867
...the Parliament-house lately, and did value me and what I said accordingly. At dinner we had a great deal of good discourse about Parliament : their number...being uncertain and always at the will of the King to encrease, as he saw reason to erect a new borough. But all concluded that the bane of the Parliament...
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The Montgomery Manuscripts: (1603-1706)

George Hill - 1869 - 472 páginas
...not approvingly — by Samuel Pepys, in his Diary, on the 3Oth of March, 1668 : — " We had a great deal of good discourse about Parliament ; their number...King to increase, as he saw reason to erect a new burrough. But all concluded (among the rest Pemberton and North) that the bane of the Parliament hath...
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Diary and Correspondence of Samuel Pepys, Esq., F. R. S.: From His Ms ...

Samuel Pepys - 1877
...the Parliament-house lately, and did value me and what I said accordingly. At dinner we had a great deal of good discourse about Parliament : their number...being uncertain, and always at the will of the King to encrease, as he saw reason to erect a new borough. But all concluded that the bane of the Parliament...
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An Anecdotal History of the British Parliament: From the Earliest to the ...

George Henry Jennings - 1880 - 530 páginas
...their necks. — Pepye. Number and Payment of Members.— March 30th, 1668. At dinner we had a great deal of good discourse about Parliament; their number...saw reason to erect a new borough. But all concluded that the bane of the Parliament hath been the leaving off the old custom of the places «llowing wages...
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An Anecdotal History of the British Parliament: From the Earliest Periods to ...

George Henry Jennings - 1881 - 530 páginas
...their necks. — Pepys. Number and Payment of Members.— March 30th, 1668. At dinner we had a great deal of good discourse about Parliament; their number...saw reason to erect a new borough. But all concluded that the bane of the Parliament hath been the leaving off the old custom of the places allowing wages...
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The Fortnightly Review, Volumen 40

1883
...March 30, 1668 : " At dinner we had a great deal of good discourse about Parliament. All concluded that the bane of the Parliament hath been the leaving off...custom of the places allowing wages to those that serve them in Parliament, by which they chose men that understood their business and would attend to...
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