4 edition of His Maiesties declaration to both Houses of Parliament found in the catalog.
His Maiesties declaration to both Houses of Parliament
England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I).
|Other titles||His Majesties declaration to both houses of Parliament|
|Series||Early Englis books, 1641-1700 -- 863:13, Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1304:45|
|Contributions||Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 6 p|
nations, tryals, and condemnations: likewise King James's speech to both Houses of Parliament, on that occasion; now re-printed. A preface touching that horrid conspiracy, by Thomas Lord Bishop of Lincoln. And by the way of appendix, several papers or letters of Sir Everard Digby, chiefly relating to the Gunpowder-Plot, never before printed. His Maiesties Declaration to All His louing Subiects, Of the causes which moued him to dissolue the last Parliament. Published by his Maiesties speciall command. Not in S.T.C. [the variant printing with "Declaration" spelled correctly]. ESTC S
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St-John, now His Maiesties Solicitor Generall delivered at a conference of both Houses of Parliament, h Caroli,concerning ship-money: as it is revised, and allowed according to : Oliver St.
John. Get this from a library. His Maiesties declaration to both Houses of Parliament: (which he likewise recommends to the consideration of all his loving subjects): in answer to that presented to him at New-Market, the 9 of March, [Charles, King of England; England and Wales. Sovereign ( Charles I)].
His Maiesties ansvver to the declaration of both Houses of Parliament. Concerning the Commission of Array. Of the first of July, With his Majesties answer to the Declaration of the Lords and Commons in Parliament ; for the raising of all power and force, as well trained bands as others, in severall counties of this kingdome, to lead against all traytours and their.
Title: His Maiesties Declaration, touching his Proceedings in the late Assemblie and Conuention of Parliament (His Majesties' Declaration, touching his Proceedings in the late Assembly and Convention of Parliament) Author: James Stuart Release Date: Novem [EBook #] Language: English Character set encoding: UTF-8 *** START OF.
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5, His Maiesties declaration to both Houses of Parliament, His Ma'ties speech, [brace] & [brace] the Queenes speech, His Majesties answer to the XIX propositions of both Houses of Parliament, His.
Englands wants, or, Several proposals probably beneficial for England humbly offered to the consideration of all good patriots in both houses of Parliament / by a true lover of his country. Chamberlayne, Edward, /  Angliæ notitia, or The present state of England together with divers reflections upon the antient state thereof.
A contemporary report of William Parry’s plot to assassinate Queen Elizabeth I (), including an account of his discovery, imprisonment, confession, and execution (2 March ) together with documents of the confession of Parry’s fellow-conspirator, Edmund Neville (ca. ), outlining in detail Parry’s plans to kill.
A remonstrance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: or, The reply of both Houses, to a printed book, under His Majesties name, called, His Majesties answer to a printed book, entituled, A remonstrance, or the declaration of the Lords and Commons now assembled in Parliament the 26 of May in answer to a declaration under His Majesties name.
His Majesties most gracious speech, together with the Lord Chancellors, to the two Houses of Parliament; on Thursday the 13 of September, die Jovis, Septemb. printed and published at the desire of both Houses of Parliament, and with His Majesties allowance.
John Brown cleric. Parliamentorum. His Maiesties Declaration to All His Loving Subiects Vpon Occasion of His Late Messages to Both Houses of Parliament, and Their Refusall to Treat with Him for the Peace of the Kingdome.
() avg rating — 0 ratings — 2 editions/5. His Maiesties message to both houses of Parliament, upon his removall to the city of York. ([York]: Imprinted at York by Robert Barker, printer to the Kings Most Excellent Majestie: and by the assignes of John Bill., ), by England and Wales.
Sovereign ( Charles I), King Charles I of England, and England and Wales. The petition and reasons of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament unto His Maiestie (with the reasons moving them to advise His Majesty) to decline his intended journey into Ireland: sent to York by the Earl of Stamford, Sir Iohn Culpepper Knight, Chancellour of the Exchequer, and Anthony Hungerford Esquire: who presented the same to His Majestie at Yorke, on.
A further note, on the second flyleaf states that the book was “found bound in damaged limp vellum in a bundle in the cellar ” “This volume is of great historical interest in that it shows the pressure put by both Houses of Parliament on Queen Elizabeth to “eliminate” Mary Queen of Scots in the autumn of With the message of the Lords to the House of Commons upon the said letters.
As also the Lord of Warwicks letter to his brother the Earle of Holland. And the declaration or resolution of the officers in the county of Essex, to the Earl of Warwick, lord lievtenant of that county.
With the approbation of both houses concerning the same. [London. King Charles II his declaration to all his loving subjects of the Kingdomeof England.
Dated from his court at Breda in Holland the 4/14 of Aprill And read in Parliament, May 1. Together with His Maiesties letter of the same date: To his Excellence the Ld. Gen. Monck. A Declaration Concerning the newly invented Art of Double Writing.
etc. his Maiesties Solicitor Generall do prepare a Bill to be signed by the Clerks of both Houses of Parliament, conteining his Maiesties Grant to William. A new declaration of both Houses of Parliament sent to the King's most excellent Majesty, the sixteenth of March upon his removall from Huntingdon to York: also his Majesties message to both Houses of Parliament, upon hi's [sic] removall to the city of Yorke: together with the votes and resolutions of both Houses, concerning the said message.
Charles I, Propositions Made by Both Houses of Parliament with His Majesties Answer Thereunto () Editor's Introduction After Charles abandoned London in January for what he hoped would be the more loyal North, the two houses of Parliament at Westminster attempted to negotiate with him through a series of published declarations, remonstrances.
The declaration and votes of both Houses of Parliament The declaration of the Right Honourable Henry Earle of Cumberland Lord Lievtenant Generall of His Maiesties forces in Yorke-Shire.
The humble gratulation and petition of divers His Majesties faithfull subjects of the true Protestant religion. A vindication of a passage in Dr. Sherlock's sermon preached before the honourable House of Commons, from the remarks of a late pretended remonstrance, by way of address from the Church of England, to both Houses of Parliament.
Sherlock, William. His Maiesties Declaration, Touching his proceedings in the late Assemblie and Conuention of Parliament. S.T.C. His Majesties Gracious Speech To both Houses of Parliament, On Wednesday, February the 18th . Meyer Boswell Books, Inc. Mission Street, Suite San Francisco, CA Phone.
The Civil War: " A true and exact Relation of the manner of his Maiesties settting up of His Standard at Nottingham, on Munday the of August ". On the above date the King sent from Nottingham a message to both Houses of Parliament by the Earls of Southampton and Dorset, and others, the answer to which was that until the.
Book No.: W Price: $ Category: legal reform, Parliament, bankruptcy, Real Property. Add Book To Order Author: Wooddeson, Richard Title: A Brief Vindication of the Rights of the British Legislature; In Answer to Some Positions Advanced in a Pamphlet, Intitled, "Thoughts on the English Government, Letter the Second," [etc.] [with.
A sermon preach'd before both Houses of Parliament, in the Cathedral church of St. Paul, on Tuesday, July 7, being the day appointed by Her Majesty for a general thanksgiving for the peace / Sermon preached before both Houses of Parliament Sermon text on Psalms CXXII, 7.
Signatures: A-C⁴ (final leaf blank). Description [London]: Printed for Thomas Bankes, 4 p. Series: Early English books, ; Notes: Quite different versions of this speech were published, with titles "His royal Maiesties speech: spoken in the high court of Parliament on Friday, December the 2.
", "His Majesties speech to both houses of Parliament: December, the second", and "The Kings. Hash Mark Only used in United Kingdom Book catalogues. As the majority of lots in a book catalogue will be defined as books for VAT purposes and therefore not liable to VAT on either hammer price or buyers premium, this symbol is used to indicate where the lot does not meet the appropriate definition.
2 Commonly referred to as His Maiesties Speach, this account was published in together with a pam phlet, A True and Perfect Relation of the trials of the plotters. This joint publication came to be known as The King's Book. Quotations and citations from this speech are from 'A Speach in the Parliament Hovse as neere.
Full text of "The report of the Deputy Keeper of the Public Records in Ireland / presented to both houses of the Parliament by command of Her Majesty" See other formats.
Attempts to enforce the declaration came to an end with the fall of Archbishop Laud inand Parliament ordered the book publicly burned intwo years before Laud was executed.
Following is a reprint () of the Book of Sports which Charles I demanded be read and published in all parish churches. Die Martis, 12 Mart.
Ordered this day by the Lords in Parliament, that the printer belonging to the House of Peeres shall print His Majesties letter dated the 3 of March; and the answer thereunto sent to His Majesty from both Houses of Parliament, dated the 9 of this instant.
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His Maiesties Declaration upon his coming into Wiltshire. [CORRECTED - - 48 illegibles] T the document can be found in another book elsewhere on the OLL website. without leave from both Houses of Parliament. In the Lords House was read a Message from his Majesty, resident at Huntington, importing his Majesties intention to go to Yorke, and containing his Majesties Answer to the Declaration of both Houses of Parliament, sent by them, and presented to his Majesty the week before: Wherin his Majesty declared, that he desired the Parliament to expedite.
A most learned and religious speech spoken by Mr. Pym, at a conference of both Houses of Parliament the of this instant moueth [sic] of Septemb. [microform]: Declaring unto them the necessity and benefit of the union of his Majesties three kingdomes, England, Scotland, and Ireland in matters of religion and church-government.
The Speech or Declaration of Mr. St-John, Now His Maiesties Solicitor Generall Delivered at a Conference of Both Houses of Parliament, H Caroli,Concerning Ship-Money av. Sir Francis Ottley (/–11 September ) was an English Royalist politician and soldier who played an important part in the English Civil War in was military governor of Shrewsbury during the early years of the war and later served as the Royalist High Sheriff of the county and helped negotiate the surrender of final years were spent in a Born: circaPitchford Hall, Shropshire.
The copy of a letter sent from Dvblin, dated the 11th of April, to a marchant that lives in Marke Lane with the true relation of the happie proceedings of the Scotch-men in Ireland against the rebells: as also the severall votes and resolutions of both Houses of Parliament, concerning the Kings last message: with an order from both Houses of.
A Declaration of the proceedings in Parliament, concerning the KING. His Maiesties Declaration upon his coming into Wiltshire. T  () Anon., Women Will Have their Will (12 December, ).
[uncorrected] [corrected]. Treason pretended against the King of Scots, by certaine Lordes and Gentlemen, whose names hereafter followe, with a declaration of the Kinges Maiesties intention to his last acts of Parliament, which openeth fully in effect all the saide conspiracy.
Out of Skottish into English. Imprinted at London, for Thomas Nelson, 8vo. 1: Biography of William Fiennes. William Fiennes (–) first Viscount Saye and Sele (–), son of Richard Fiennes, lord Saye and Sele, and Constance, daughter of Sir William Kingsmill, was born 28 Mayentered at New College as a fellow-commoner inwas admitted a fellow inand succeeded his father in April (Doyle, Official Baronage, iii.
A new declaration of the Lords and Commons in Parliament assembled, in answer to His Majesties letter to the lord major and the court of aldermen of the city of London, and concerning his declaration to the county of Yorke at Heyworth Moore by his last speciall summonds, Luna day of Junæ, His Maiesties Declaration Touching His Proceedings in the Late Assemblie and Convention of Parliament His Maiesties Speach in the Starre-Chamber the XX of Iune Anno His Majesties Declaration to All His Subjects His Majesties Declaration to Both Houses of Parliament His Majesties Letter to the Gentry of Yorkshire His Majesties Letter to the.to the Earl of Salisbury.
his Maiesties principal Secretary. according to the custom of his Office, view all the Parliament Houses, both above and below, and consider what likelihood or appearance of any such danger might possibly be gathered by the sight of them: DECLARATION OF GUIDO FAWKES, TAKEN IN THE PRESENCE OF THE.