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THE

HISTORY

OF THE

REBELLION AND CIVIL WARS

IN

ENGLAND,

TO WHICH IS ADDED

AN HISTORICAL VIEW OF THE AFFAIRS OF IRELAND,

BY

EDWARD EARL OF CLARENDON.

A NEW EDITION,

EXHIBITING A FAITHFUL COLLATION OF THE ORIGINAL MS.,

WITH ALL THE SUPPRESSED PASSAGES;

ALSO

THE UNPUBLISHED NOTES OF BISHOP WARBURTON.

VOL. IV.

OXFORD

AT THE CLARENDON PRESS.

MDCCCXXVI.

THE

HISTORY

OF THE

REBELLION,

BY

EDWARD EARL OF CLARENDON.

IN EIGHT VOLUMES.

Ktiua és kel. THUCYD.

Ne quid falsi dicere audeat, ne quid veri non audeat. Cicero.

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a Mic. ii. 11. The heads thereof judge for reward, and the priests thereof teach for hire, and the prophets thereof divine

for money: yet will they lean upon the Lord, and say, Is not the Lord among us? none evil can come upon us.

Mic. vii. 4.
The best of them is as a brier ; the most upright is sharper

than a thorn-hedge: the day of thy watchmen and thy
visitation cometh ; now shall be their perplexity.a

VII.

1643. The suin

WHEN the treaty was first consented to by the BOOK two houses, they ordered that it should be upon the first proposition made by his majesty, and the first proposition made by themselves, and that those of the deshould be first concluded on, before they proceeded to treat upon any of the other propositions. So that both sides the committee, in the first place, applied themselves upon the

mands and concessions of

* Mic. iii. u. The heads-perplexity.] Not in MS. VOL. IV.

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