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248. 320ld Parliamentary History, X:139. 332 Albion and sat in your [the Speaker's]chair. It pleased God to hide those members. I shall never forget the kindness of that great Lady, the Lady Carlisle, that gave timely notice. Yet some of them were in the House after the notice came. It was questioned if, for the safety of the House, they should be gone but the debatewas shortened,and it was thoughtfit for them in discretion, to withdraw, Mr. Hampden and myself being then in the House, withdrew.
58 But the scheme foundered on the mutual suspicions of king and Parliament. Commor; wanted Charles to declare war before it would grant a subsidy; the king feared it would abandon him without funds as it had done to his father, Charles I. A stalemate resulted, and the king ordered Danby to 54Report of Nauvitz, January 19, 1680, Klopp, 11:228; Foxcroft, Halifax, 11:131. ), Klopp, 11:228. , 61. , 90. 58lbid. 59 It was Montagu's revelation of this negotiation which was to destroy the Lord Treasurer's political career.
Nicolls continued to sit until he was expelled during Pride's Purge. '0 On November 13, 7Commons Journal, 11:21. B. (Camden Society, 1845), p. 160-161. , p. 161. '0See Commons Journal, 11:28, 44, 46, 50. 324 Albion his name was added to a committee examining the petition of Alexander Leighton, a long-suffering victim of the Laudian church. Before December was scarcely a week old, he had received two more important committee assignments. On the third of the month he was named to a committee to examine the petitions of William Prynne, Thomas Burton, and other victims of Laudian persecution.
Albion Vol. 8, No. 4, Winter, 1976 by The North American Conference on British Studies