Background to the English Civil War by Frank W. Jessup and G. M. D. Howat (Auth.)

By Frank W. Jessup and G. M. D. Howat (Auth.)

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Then he called Mr. P y m and Mr. Holies by name, but no answer was made. Then he asked the Speaker if they were here, or where they wxre. Upon that the Speaker fell on his knees and desired his excuse, for he was a servant to the House and had neither eyes r 38 BACKGROUND TO THE CIVIL WAR nor tongue to see or say anything but what they commanded him. Then the King told him, he thought his own eyes as good as his, and then said, The birds were flown, but he did expect the House would send them to him, and if they did not he would seek them for himself, for their treason was foul and such an one as they would all thank him to discover.

Notwithstanding, it is our intention that no failing on your part shall make us fail in ours o f giving all due satisfaction to the desires o f our people in a parliamentary way; and therefore we send you this answer to your petition, reserving ourself in point o f the declaration which we think unparliamentary, and shall take a course to do that which we shall think fit in prudence and honour. s, of treason. Urged on by the Queen "to pull out the rogues by the ears ', Charles went to the House of Commons to make the arrest himself, but, warned of his coming, the five members had taken refuge in the City of London.

The women in this county begin to rise; there hath been a hundred with the King, and above, to have their grievances redressed, and he hath given them so good content that they say he is as proper a man as is in England. I wish you all to take heed o f women, for this very vermin have pulled down an enclosure which some o f them were put in prison for by the justices, that had their pipe to go before them and their ale and cakes to make themselves merry when they had done their feats o f activity.

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