I do not doubt his gracious inclination to this House, when he pursues the dictates of his own Judgment, without ... The thing has been thoroughly debated, and settled, and why we should withdraw from it, I know not ac, and why the King should be confirmed not to do it, I am in the dark. It is known how the Kinga#39;s presence does influence the Lords House, and that Titles are given rar ther by interest thananbsp;...
|Title||:||Debates of the House of Commons|
|Author||:||Great Britain. Parliament, 1667-1694. House of Commons|