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The Kings Maiesties letter intercepted by the commissioners attending his Majesty
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The deputation which waited upon his majesty with the City's address met with a gracious reception, and the king conferred the honour of knighthood upon the mayor (Robert Westley), the recorder (Simon Urling), two aldermen, (viz., Daniel Lambert and Robert Willimot), and the two sheriffs, Robert Ladbroke and William Calvert, the latter of whom. An act agreed upon at the treaty, by the Kings Majesty and the commissioners at New-port in the Isle of Wight, on Munday last, October 9. Which his Majesty hath given his .
C 3/90/ Bill of complaint to Sir Nicholas Bacon by Richard Hartilpoole of Clerkenwell, accusing George Puttenham of defaulting in the payment of various debts and financial promises incurred during the course of some years of service, including his attending Puttenham on a six-week trip to Flanders, and a transaction with one Endlowe of London, a merchant lying in prison, in which. Esquires, two of his Maiesties Iustices of the Peace, within the said Countie. viz. T He said Iames Deuice being examined, saith, That he heard his Grand-mother say, about a yeare agoe, That his mother called Elizabeth Deuice, and others, had killed one Henry Mitton of .
Barbara Ravelhofer - The Early Stuart Masque- Dance Costume and Music ( Oxford University Press USA) код для вставки. One for his Majesty, The other for the Queen his wife, both being esteemed to the value of and likewise a Copy of the Kings Letter to the L. Ormond, touching their proceedings with the rebels in Ireland. The quest. was, whether satisfaction, or not in the Kings Answer to the Propositions shall be now taken into consideration, and it.
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The Kings Maiesties letter intercepted by the commissioners attending his Majesty: (a copie whereof was sent to the Parliament), and Mr. Mungo Murrey apprehended, who was appointed by the King to deliver it to Montrel, the French embassador, who is going over to the Qveen of France: and a list of the jests of all the severall places where His Majestie hath lain, and is to lie everie day.
A Petition from the towne and county of Leicester unto the Kings most excellent Majesty: also an other petition from the grand inquest of the same county unto his Majesty for the remouing of the magazine: with his Majesties answer thereunto: likewise certain propositions to his Majesty by Captain Grey and the Earl of Stamfords souldiers touching the magazin: also a declaration from the.
His Majesties gracious speech to both Houses of Parliament, on Thursday the 21st of October, published by His Majesties command. (London: Printed by John Bill, Thomas Newcomb, and Henry Hills, printers to the Kings most Excellent Majesty, ), by England and Wales.
Sovereign ( Charles II) and King Charles II of England. And an order of both Houses of Parliament, in answer to a letter from the Kings Majesty, (read in both Houses of Parliament) on Friday last, Octob. October These papers from the Army with an order of Parliament, in answer to his Majesties letter, are printed, according to the ordinance of both Houses of Parliament.
The Resolution and remonstrance of the navie to the supream power of England, the Commons assembled in Parliament and to His Excellency the Lord Generall Fairfax, with the honourable counsell of the army, declaring their reall affections and ardent desires for the publique good of the kingdom, against all forraigne invasions, which they resolve to performe with their lives and fortunns: and a.
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Item that Nicholas Raynes of Stanford in sayed county of Nott gent is a popish recusant & so ar Florence his wyfe & Hugh Raynes his oldest sonne and Katheryn Raynes his daughter & that the yerely.
And Col. Hammonds letter sent to the Parliament, concerning Mr. Ashburnham, and the rest of the gentlemen attending His Majesty, that were sent for to be brought up prisoners.
With his desires to both Houses of Parliament, concerning the Kings Majesty. (London: Printed by Robert Ibbitson in Smithfield, ), also by England and Wales. Full text of "Letters and papers illustrating the relations between Charles the Second and Scotland in " See other formats.
§§ A Letter of estate sent to his Freende HR in Gratious strete where in is Laide oPen the Pract[ices and d]evices of Robert Sutton alias D[udlie Erle of L]ecester his Packinge wch [ ab]road his.
And his imprisonment is the only colour to satisfy your majesty for a wonderful great charge, which your majesty and your subjects were then put unto; but his detaining, contrary to promise, hath bred great fear in all or 7nost of his sort, (in those parts,) of crediting ivhat your state there shall promise.
Without kings, rulers, and judges, the clergy taught, “no man shall ride or go by the highway unrobbed, no man shall sleep in his own house or bed unkilled, no man shall keep his wife, children, and possessions in quietness, all things shall be common.”29 The homily goes on to insist that the power and authority of kings are the ordinances.
Browse Early English Books Online 2. Browse by. Full text of "YAS Record Series Vol. Early Yorkshire Schools vol ii, Arthur Francis Leach, " See other formats.
The Earl of Warwick's letter from aboard His Majesties ship, called the James in the downs, to an honorable lord in Parliament, dated July 4, concerning his calling a councell of war, and how his rear-admirall, and four other captains refused to obey his lordships summons: with many other passages of great consequence: also, another.
Full text of "The chiefs of s (Correspondence. - Charters.) [With plates, including portraits and facsimiles, and genealogical tables.]" See other formats. Publishing platform for digital magazines, interactive publications and online catalogs.
Convert documents to beautiful publications and share them worldwide. Title: The Book of Dumbartonshire: A History of the County, Burghs, Parishes, and Lands; Memoirs of Families; and Notices of Industries Carried on in the Lennox District, Volume I – County, Author: Cappelli, Length: pages.
Out of his Apologie. His MAIESTIES SPEECH at his first comming to the Star-Chamber. The humble Petition of the Nobility of ENGLAND.
To the Right Honourable the Lords of the Parliament, the Vpper House assembled. The humble submission and supplication of the Lord Chancellour. The Commons fair Declaration to assist the King to recover the Palatinate.The faith of dying Jacob, or, God's presence with his church not withstanding the death of his eminent servants being several sermons from Gen.
48, 21, and Israel said unto Joseph, Behold, I die, but God shall be with you: occasioned by the death of Mr. Isaac Hubbard: with the memorials of his life and death and advice to his young son / by R.Cornelis van Beveren sent by the States-General (March, ) to try in conjunction with the French ambassador at Whitehall to draw England into a triple alliance.
Charles issues a Proclamation (April), prohibiting fishing upon His Majesty's coasts and seas without a licence and payment of a toll. John Selden's Mare Clausum seu Dominium Maris.