ienced minister, hated by the people, faithful only to the king;
Pepys, i. 192, 366.
Evelyn. Monk, so conspicuous in the restoration, ande of Albemarle; Lord Craven,
Life of Lord Keeper Guilford, 393.
Pepys, i. 115. a brave Cavalier, an old soldier of the German discipline,assionate, and ignorant, and not too honest Sir George Carteret,
Pepys, i. 356, 140, 235, 236, 228, 176. —were instituted its proprietors opposed to the ultra royalists, not as changing his principles,
Pepys, i. 219.
But Dryden writes, Restless, unfixed in principles and plwo buckets, of which one goes down exactly as the other goes up.
Pepys, i. 219. In the people of England, as the depository of power and fhe would have made no scruple of robbing the devil or the altar,
Pepys, i. 366. he would not pervert the course of judgment, or be bribed ion.
He transacted business with an admirable ease and mastery,
Pepys, i. 222; or Shaftesbury.
Compare, also, North and Burnet. for his