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" Justice of Peace) to have him dispatch abroad his Warrants to raise the Country for the apprehending of the King, and those persons the last night with him at Charmouth. But he spends his mouth in vain, a deaf ear is turned upon him, no Warrant would... "
The History of Lyme-Regis, Dorset, from the Earliest Periods to the Present Day - Page 45
by George Roberts - 1823 - 221 pages
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Boscobel: or, The history of his sacred majesties ... preservation after the ...

Thomas Blount - 1748
...apprehending of the King, and thofe Perfbns, the laft Night, with him at Charmonth : But he fpends his Mouth in vain, a deaf Ear is turned upon him, no Warrant would be iflued forth. This Check given to his Zeal fo vexed him, that it hud like to have cauied a Suffocation,...
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The book of the Axe

George Philip R. Pulman - 1854
...expecting to 1 The Boscobel Tract says: ' He (Wesley) ran to Mr. Butler, of Commer, the justice of the peace, to have dispatched abroad his warrants to raise...turned upon him no warrant would be issued forth.' &c. come up with the fugitives at Dorchester. The decision of the King to return to Trent was thus...
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A NARRATIVE OF THE ADVENTURES OF CHARLES THE SECOND AFTER THE BATTLE OF ...

battle of worcester - 1859
...of the peace), to have him dispatch abroad his warrants to raise the country for the apprehending of the King, and those persons the last night with him...But God preserved his Majesty by diverting him to Broadvvinsor, whilst Massey and his hot mettled company overran their prey as far as Dorchester. And...
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The book of the Axe

George Philip R. Pulman - 1875 - 906 pages
...the apprehending the King and those persons the last night with him at Charmouth. Bnt he spends ha mouth in vain. A deaf ear is turned upon him no warrant would be issued forth." member of the Trent family, and would hardly be persuaded that a young lady there was not the King...
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After Worcester Fight: Being a Companion Volume to "The Flight of the King"

Allan Fea - 1904 - 269 pages
...Justice of Peace) to have him dispatch abroad his Warrants to raise the Country for the apprehending of the King, and those persons the last night with him...vent, by raising a Party and pursuing the King upon London- Road. But God preserved His Majesty by diverting him to Broadwinsor, whilst Massey and his...
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