Sir Charles Kemeys

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Edmund Burke - French Revolution: 1688 Versus 1789
... On 4 November Charles-Jean-François Depont wrote to Burke, requesting that he endorse the Revolution ... You will see that Sir Edward Coke, that great oracle of our law, and indeed all the great men who follow him, to Blackstone, are industrious to prove the pedigree of our liberties ... Fellow Whig MPs Richard Sheridan and Charles James Fox disagreed with Burke and split with him ...
Monmouthshire (UK Parliament Constituency) - Members of Parliament - 1542–1885
1542 No names known 1545 Walter Herbert Charles Herbert 1547 Sir Thomas Morgan William Herbert 1553 (Mar) 1553 (Oct) Sir Charles Herbert Thomas Somerset 1554 (Apr) Thomas Herbert James Gunter. 1st Duke of Beaufort William Morgan 1667 ... Sir Trevor Williams, Bt Whig Feb 1679 Charles, Lord Herbert Aug 1679 Sir Trevor Williams, Bt Whig 1680 Sir Edward Morgan, Bt 1681 1685 ...
Sir Charles Kemeys, 3rd Baronet
... Sir Charles Kemeys, 3rd Baronet (died 1702) was a Welsh landowner in the late 17th century and early 18th century in south Wales and MP for both ... His father Sir Charles Kemeys, 2nd Baronet died in 1658 ... Sir Charles Kemeys was MP for Monmouthshire between 1685 and 1687, High Sheriff of Glamorgan in 1689 and then returned again as MP for Monmouthshire ...

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    I have seen in this revolution a circular motion of the sovereign power through two usurpers, father and son, to the late King to this his son. For ... it moved from King Charles I to the Long Parliament; from thence to the Rump; from the Rump to Oliver Cromwell; and then back again from Richard Cromwell to the Rump; then to the Long Parliament; and thence to King Charles, where long may it remain.
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