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Pompeius, although several times invested in an extraordinary way with supreme official authority, had not yet administered any ordinary magistracy, not even the quaestorship, and was still not a member of the senate; and none but one who had passed through the round of lesser ordinary magistracies could become consul, none but one who had been invested with the ordinary supreme power could triumph.

Its affiliations were wholly with the governing and wealthy classes, and its tone with the common people as arrogant and domineering as that of the magistracy itself. And though Parson West was personally a man of unusual affability toward the poor and lowly, it was impossible in a time like this that one of his class should not be regarded with suspicion and aversion by the popular party.

He laid aside the splendid trappings of the nobility of the sword to wear the sterner costume of the magistracy. "I like you better in black," she said. It was a falsehood, but by that falsehood she comforted her lover for having thrown his dagger to the winds.

A portion of the Harlem magistracy, notwithstanding the spirit which pervaded the province, began to tremble as danger approached. They were base enough to enter into secret negotiations with Alva, and to send three of their own number to treat with the Duke at Amsterdam. One was wise enough to remain with the enemy.

Seeing that no impression was made on them, and that nobody knew what to do without them at home, the magistracy decided that they should be released, and they went quietly home; but the Judge Seiler, either because he had been foremost in the business, or else perhaps because of the devastation he had made at home among the pots and pans, durst not meet his wife, but sneaked out of the town, and left her with the house to herself.

I am sure that which I hold, that all lawful magistrates are powers ordained by God, and are to be honoured and obeyed as God’s vicegerents, is a firm and strong foundation for magistracy.

After the year 1572, the entries of executions for witchcraft in the records of the High Court become more frequent, but do not average more than one per annum; another proof that trials for this offence were in general entrusted to the local magistracy.

The King, who had been a Whig in his youth, had grown into a Tory in his old age; the House of Lords were strongly hostile to the measure, as were also the universities, both in England and Ireland; the Tory party, in and out of Parliament; the Orange organization in Ireland; the civil and military authorities generally, with the great bulk of the rural magistracy and the municipal authorities.

The business of stirring up these religious conspiracies against the magistracy he was apt to call "Flanderizing," in allusion to those disastrous days and to the origin of the ringleaders in those tumults.

Fruitless Interview between Barneveld and Maurice The Advocate, warned of his Danger, resolves to remain at the Hague Arrest of Barneveld, of Qrotius, and of Hoogerbeets The States-General assume the Responsibility in a "Billet" The States of Holland protest The Advocate's Letter to his Family Audience of Boississe Mischief-making of Aerssens The French Ambassadors intercede for Barneveld The King of England opposes their Efforts Langerac's Treachery to the Advocate Maurice continues his Changes in the Magistracy throughout the Country Vote of Thanks by the States of Holland.

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