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" He has broken those nerves and sinews of our land, the stores and treasures of the King. There needs no search for it. It is too visible. His profuse expenses, his superfluous feasts, his magnificent buildings, his riots, his excesses, what are they but... "
Sir John Eliot: A Biography, 1592-1632 - Page 329
by John Forster - 1872 - 930 lehte
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A Short History of the English People

John Richard Green - 1874 - 847 lehte
...attack. " He has broken those nerves and sinews of our land, the stores and treasures of the King. There needs no search for it. It is too visible. His profuse expenses, his 112 VIII.] [CHAP. SEC. III. THE KING THE PARLIAMENT. 1623 1639. The King and the People. superfluous...
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A History of England Under the Duke of Buckingham and Charles I ..., 2. köide

Samuel Rawson Gardiner - 1875 - 386 lehte
...calculate, you will find it all amounting to little less than the whole of the subsidies which the King hath had within that time. A lamentable example of the...the immensity of his waste of the revenues of the Crowu ! No wonder, then, our King is now in want, this man abounding so. And as long as he abounds...
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First work in English: grammar and composition taught by a comparative study ...

Alexander Falconer Murison - 1875 - 352 lehte
...8. The rivalry of the houses of Habsburg and Valois, this was the absorbing theme. 9. Buckingham's profuse expenses, his superfluous feasts, his magnificent...visible evidences of an express exhausting of the State ? 10. They who, deluded by no generous error, instigated by no sacred thirst of doubtful knowledge,...
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A Short History of the English People

John Richard Green - 1875 - 847 lehte
...fierce attack. "He has broken those nerves and sinews of our land, the stores and treasures of the King. There needs no search for it It is too visible. His profuse expenses, his SEC. III. THE KING AND THE PARUAMENT. 16231629. The King and the People. superfluous feasts, his magnificent...
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King and Commonwealth: A History of Charles I. and the Great Rebellion

Bertha Meriton Cordery Gardiner, James Surtees Phillpotts, B. Cordery (Meriton) - 1876 - 399 lehte
...profuse expenses, his superfluous feasts, bis magnificent buildings, his riots, his excesses, what arc they but the visible evidences of an express exhausting...immensity of his waste of the revenues of the crown ? Nc wonder, then, our king is now in want, this man abounding so. A.ndas long as he abounds, the king...
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The treasury of British eloquence, compiled by R. Cochrane

Robert Cochrane (miscellaneous writer) - 1877
...of liia words had contrasted with the grave, colourless reasoning of older speakers. His opponents 6f the State, a chronicle of the immensity of his waste of the revenues of the Crown ! No wonder, then,...
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A Short History of the English People

John Richard Green - 1878 - 823 lehte
...attack. " He has broken those nerves and sinews of our land, the stores and treasures of the King. There needs no search for it. It is too visible. His...immensity of his waste of the revenues of the Crown?" "With the same terrible directness Eliot reviewed the Duke's greed and corruption, his insatiate ambition,...
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History of the English People

John Richard Green - 1879
...attack. " He has broken those nerves and sinews of our land, the stores and treasures of the King. There needs no search for it. It is too visible. His...immensity of his waste of the revenues of the Crown ?" With the same terrible directness Eliot reviewed the Duke's greed and corruption, his insatiate...
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History of the English People, 4. köide

John Richard Green - 1882
...fierce attack. "He has broken those nerves and sinews of our land, the stores and treasures of the king. There needs no search for it. It is too visible. His profuse exVOL. iv. — 5 penses, his superfluous feasts, his magnificent buildings, his riots, his excesses,...
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Stories from English history

Louise Creighton - 1883 - 312 lehte
...treasures he has gotten," he cried ; " what infinite sums of money, and what a mass of lands ! . . . There needs no search for it ; it is too visible....buildings, his riots, his excesses, what are they but ... a chronicle of the immensity of his waste of the revenues of the Crown 1 No wonder, then, our King...
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