A paradox against liberty written by the Lords, during their imprisonment in the Tower

a poem.
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[s.n.] , Londn [sic]
Liberty -- Anecd
SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 747:43.
ContributionsShaftesbury, Anthony Ashley Cooper, Earl of, 1621-1683., Buckingham, George Villiers, Duke of, 1628-1687, Salisbury, James Cecil, Earl of, d. 1683., Wharton, Philip Wharton, Baron, 1613-1696.
The Physical Object
Pagination[2], 2 p.
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Open LibraryOL16719775M

A paradox against liberty written by the Lords, during their imprisonment in the Tower: a poem. Author: Anthony Ashley Cooper Shaftesbury, Earl of ; George Villiers Buckingham, Duke of ; James Cecil Salisbury, Earl of ; Philip Wharton Wharton, Baron.

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The article Slavery and Freedom: The American Paradox, written by Edmund S. Morgan, shows how slavery can be paradoxically used to show the history of America and the rise of freedom for Americans. The use of slavery to paradoxically define American freedom is first shown by the use of Jefferson, the “slaveholding spokesman of freedom”(Morgan).

Publication date. A Dialogue of Comfort against Tribulation is a work that was written by St. Thomas More while imprisoned in the Tower of London in William Frederick Yeames, The meeting of Sir Thomas More with his daughter after his sentence of death, 1 Lord’s original dilemma Any attempt to describe Lord’s paradox in words other than those used by Lord himself can only do injustice to the clarity and freshness with which it was rst enunciated in We will begin therefore by listening to Lord’s own words.

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He doesn’t know who he is. He can’t even remember what he. There is much to learn from the story of how the head of one of the most revered men in England, Sir Thomas More, ended up on the chopping block on London's Tower Hill in Few people in history have faced their trials and deaths as squarely, calmly, and with as much integrity as did More.

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Thomas Jeremiah was a singular character in American history, a flawed hero doomed in Shakespearean fashion.A free black man in Charleston, S.C., during the.

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John Lilburne ( – 29 August ), also known as Freeborn John, was an English political Leveller before, during and after the English Civil Wars – He coined the term "freeborn rights", defining them as rights with which every human being is born, as opposed to rights bestowed by government or human his early life he was a Puritan, though towards the end of his life he.

During his apprenticeship, Lilburne immersed himself in the Bible, Foxe's Book of Martyrs and the writings of the Puritan divines. Inhe was introduced to the Puritan physician John Bastwick, an active pamphleteer against episcopacy who, with William Prynne and Henry Burton, was persecuted by Archbishop Laud in a famous case in   This was published inand was described on the title-page as consisting of ‘certaine eglogues, written during the time of the author's imprisonment in the Marshalsey’ (London, printed by W.

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Historian George Macaulay Trevelyan observed, “the Puritan Revolution had enlarged the liberty of the accused subject against the prosecuting Government, as the trials of John Lilburne had shown Questions of law as well as of fact were now left to the Jury, who were free to acquit without fear of consequences; the witnesses for the prosecution were now always brought into court and made to look on the prisoner as they spoke; witnesses for the.

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