An Exact Diary of the Late Expedition of His Illustrious Highness the Prince of Orange, (now King of Great Britain) from His Palace at the Hague, to His Arrival at White-Hall ...
R. Baldwin, 1689 - 75 pages
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Page 1 - Sing unto God, sing praises to his name: extol him that rideth upon the heavens by his name JAH, and rejoice before him.
Page 3 - But if our Gofpel be hid, it is hid to them that are loft: In whom the god of this world hath blinded the minds of them which believe not. left the light of the glorious Gofpel of Chrift, who is the image of God, fliould fhine onto them.
Page 73 - God would be pleased to direct and prosper all their consultations to the advancement of His glory, the good of His church, the safety, honour, and welfare of our Sovereign and her dominions...
Page 46 - William Henry, By the Grace of 'God Prince of Orange, &c. OF THE REASONS INDUCING HIM TO APPEAR IN...
Page 50 - Though we have brought both a good fleet, and a good army, to render these kingdoms happy» by rescuing all Protestants from Popery, slavery, and arbitrary power ; by restoring them to their rights and properties established by law, and by promoting of peace and trade, which is the soul of government, and the very life-blood of a nation ; yet we rely more on the goodness of God and the justice of our cause, than on any human force and power whatever.
Page 70 - Title to our Lives, Liberties and Eftates, and " without which this World were a Wildernefs. But " what Retribution can we make to your Highnefs ? Our " Thoughts are full charged with Gratitude.
Page 46 - ... reading that Prayer for the pretended Prince of Wales, a certain Noble-Man or two being present, stood up at the same and put on their Hats, kneeling down to all the other Collects ; and this they did to demonstrate their abhorrence of it. The Right Reverend Bishop of this place and Diocess as soon as he learn'd (for certain) that the Prince of Orange was landed with an Army at Tor-Bay, in Devonshire, took his Coach and came up to give the late King James Information thereof, for which he gave...
Page 35 - And because false reports were spread abroad that the people of this house had shot several of the Prince of Orange's soldiers, and thereupon they had burnt down this house, I must inform the candid reader that there was nothing at all in it. For our people did not give them one reviling word, nor they us. Some lodged there, while we were in the bay.