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OLIVER CROMWELL'S

LETTERS AND SPEECHES

WITH ELUCIDATIONS

IN FOUR VOLUMES

VOLUME IV

LONDON
CHAPMAN AND HALL

LIMITED

1897

Originally published 1845

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X. Conference with the Committee of Ninety-

nine in regard to the Title of King, 11

April 1657 . . . . . .

Difficulty as to how they shall proceed in this matter of

Conferring.

XI. Second Conference with the Committee of

Ninety-nine in regard to the Title of King,

13 April 1657 . . . . . .

Endeavours to rebut their arguments, used in the former

Conference, in favour of the Title. Not of necessity;
at best only of expediency or advantage. John
Hampden and the Ironsides. Leaves the matter
undecided : Conference to be renewed.

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XII. Third Conference with the same, 20 April

1657 . . . . . . .
Replies to their argument drawn from Law; contends

that whatever Title they, the Parliament, establish,
be it that of Protector or another, will be Law, For
the rest, the matter not an essential; unimportant
in comparison with others in this New Instrument

of Government,- to which others let us rather

address ourselves. Conference to be renewed on the

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