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" For a few seconds, apparently in the most violent agitation, he paced forward and backward, and then, stamping on the floor, added, "You are no parliament. I say you are no parliament: bring them in, bring them in. "
An Historical Reader for the Use of Classes in Academies, High Schools, and ... - 253 ページ
Henry Elliot Shepherd 著 - 1881 - 345 ページ
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Events to be remembered in the history of England

Charles Selby - 1854
...and whom, by their unprecedented bounty, they had made what he was. At these words Cromwell put oa his hat, and springing from his place, exclaimed,...bring them in." Instantly the door opened, and Colonel Worse-ley entered, followed by more than twenty musketeers. "This," cried Sir Henry Vane, " is not...

Outlines of the history of England, 第 3 巻

William Douglas Hamilton - 1854
...from one of their own servants. Cromwell then waxed vehement, and stamping with his foot, exclaimed, " You are no parliament, I say you are no parliament. Bring them in, bring them in." The door was opened, and captain Worsley, at the head of forty soldiers, entered. All was confusion...

The History of England

Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge (Great Britain) - 1854 - 196 ページ
...proceeded to reproach the members with their faults. At length he stamped with his foot, and exclaimed, " You are no parliament. I say you are no parliament. Bring them in." The soldiers then entered, and when Sir Harry Vane (a republican) remonstrated against this violence,...

The History of England, from the First Invasion by the Romans to the ..., 第 8 巻

John Lingard - 1855
...fondly cherished, and whom, by their unprecedented bounty, they had made what he was. At these words Cromwell put on his hat, and, springing from his place,...bring them in." Instantly the door opened, and Colonel Worseley entered, followed by more than twenty musketeers. "This," cried Sir Henry Vane, "is not honest....

A HISTORY OF ENGLAND FROM THE FIRST INVASION BY THE ROMANS

JOHN LINGARD, D.D. - 1855
...fondly cherished, and whom, by their unprecedented bounty, they had made what he was. At these words Cromwell put on his hat, and, springing from his place,...bring them in." Instantly the door opened, and colonel Worseley entered, followed by more than twenty musketeers. " This," cried sir Henry Vane; " is not...

Our native land, or, Scenes and sketches from British history, by the author ...

British history - 1855
...instantly silenced him, became very much agitated, and walked to and fro in great anger, crying out, " You are no Parliament ; I say, you are no Parliament. Bring them in, bring them in." He stamped with his foot, as a signal ; instantly, the door opened, and the soldiers entered. The members...

The Standard Fifth Reader: (first-class Standard Reader) : for Public and ...

Epes Sargent - 1857 - 478 ページ
...because it was addressed to them by their own servant, whom they had made what he was. At these words, Cromwell put on his hat, and, springing from his place,...entered, followed by more than twenty musketeers. 4. " This," cried Sir Henry Vane,H " is not honest ; it is against morality and common honesty." —...

The Standard Fifth Reader: (first-class Standard Reader) : for Public and ...

Epes Sargent - 1857 - 478 ページ
...because it was addressed to them by their own servant, whom they had made what he was. At these words, Cromwell put on his hat, and, springing from his place,...floor, added, " You are no parliament ! I say you arc no narliameut ! Bring them in, bring them in ! " Instantly the door opened, and Colonel Worsley...

The Standard Fifth Reader: (first-class Standard Reader) : for Public and ...

Epes Sargent - 1858 - 478 ページ
...servant, whom they had made what he was. At these words, Cromwell put on his hat, and, springing from hia place, exclaimed, " Come, come, sir, I will put an...entered, followed by more than twenty musketeers. of abuse, then pointing to Chaloner, "There," he cried, "sits a drunkard ; " and afterwards selecting...

The Standard First[-fifth] Reader ...

Epes Sargent - 1859
...because it was addressed to them by their own servant, whom they had made what he was. At these words, Cromwell put on his hat, and, springing from his place,...entered, followed by more than twenty musketeers. 4. " This," cried Sir Henry Vane," " is not honest ; it is against morality and common honesty." —...




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