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... and so distinguished himself by the warmth of his loyalty , and the elegance of
his conversation , that he gained the kindness and confidence of those who
attended the king , and amongst others of lord Falkland , whose notice cast a
The Scotch will moderate something of the ” rigour of their demands , the mutual
necessi“ ty of an accord is visible , the King is per” suaded of it . And to tell you
the truth “ ( which I take to be an argument above all " the rest ) Virgil has told the
He continued , says his biographer , un“ der these bonds till the general
deliverance ; " it is therefore to be supposed , that he did not go to France , and
act again for the King without the consent of his bondsinen ; that he did not thew
his loyalty ...
... fitted his old Comedy of the Guardian for the stage , he produced it to the public
under the title of the “ Cutter of “ Coleman - street . ” It was treated on the stage
with great severity , and was afterwards censured as a satire on the king ' s party .
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