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Humble remonstrance to the King"s most excellent majesty
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Title An exact collection of all remonstrances, declarations, votes, orders, ordinances, proclamations, petitions, messages, answers, and other remarkable passages between the Kings most excellent Majesty, and his high court of Parliament beginning at . Large image. Brief description This book is a relatively well-preserved example of an early English book published in the :// Leveller Tracts - Table of Contents Table of Contents of Tracts on Liberty by the Levellers and their Critics, 7 vols. () [This volume is a work in progress. Date revised: 10 Jan. ] The Liberty of the Freeborne Englishman (John Lilburne in Gaol)
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[Committee for the Militia of London.] An Hvmble remonstrance to the Kings most excellent Majesty: in vindication of the honourable Isaak Pennington, lord major of the honourable city of London, Alderman Foulkes, Captaine Venne, Captaine Manswaring: whom His Majeste desires to be delivered to custody, to answer an accusation of treason against them: desiring that His Majesty would make them no let to his returne to his To the King's Most Excellent Majesty: the faithful protestation and humble remonstrance of the Roman Catholick nobility and gentry of Ireland [Ressource électronique] / Fingall, Luke Plunkett.
Date: Editeur / Publisher: [Farmington Hills, Mich]: Cengage Gale, Type: Livre / :// Humble remonstrance to the Kings most excellent majesty book the Kings Most Excellent Majesty, And to the Right Honourable the LORDS, and the Honourable the House of COMMONS assembled in PARLIAMENT.
The most humble Petition of divers Baronets, Knights, Iustices, Gentry, Ministers, and Freeholders, Inhabitants of the County of KENT, within the Diocesse of ://?view=toc.
The Kings message to both Houses January (Imprinted at London: by Robert Barker, printer to the Kings most Excellent Majesty: and by the assignes of John Bill, [i.e. ]), by England and Wales. Sovereign ( Charles I), King Charles I of England, and England and Wales.
Parliament (HTML at EEBO TCP) Causes of a solemne fast, appointed by the commissioners of the Generall Assembly, to be kept in all the congregations of this kirk, upon the last Thursday of April, (Printed at Edinburgh: by Evan Tyler, Printer to the Kings most Excellent Majesty, ), by Church of Scotland.
General Assembly and A. Ker (HTML at EEBO TCP)?type=lcsubc&key=Church of. TO THE KING'S MOST Excellent Majesty. SIR, NEW-found Lands and Countries accrew to the Prince, whose Subject makes the first Discovery; And having retrieved a World that had been lost, for some thousands of Years, out of the Memory of Man, and the Records of Time, I thought it my Duty to lay it at Your Majesty's :// Earth/stehtm.
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), by Gregory King (HTML at EEBO TCP) To the Parliament of the Common-Wealth of England the humble petition of divers well affected persons of this nation, adhearers to the Parliament, and faithfull to ?type=lcsubc&key=Ship money&c=x.
To the Kings most excellent Majesty, and to the Lords spiritual and temporal, with the Commons assembled in Parliament a true discovery of the great damage His late Majesty King Charles the First received, by Sir Paul Pindar and the rest of the commissioners, in their managing His late Majesties impost and custom, from the year to humbly presented to your Majesty by especial (Imprinted at London: by Robert Barker, printer to the Kings most Excellent Majesty: and by the assignes of John Bill, ), by England and Wales.
Parliament. House of Commons (HTML at EEBO TCP) Die Lunæ, 8 Aprilis, An ordinance of the Lords and Commons in Parliament assembled, for continuance of the excise or new-impost for one whole ?type=lcsubc&key=Horses.
The concept Church history represents the subject, aboutness, idea or notion of resources found in University of Missouri-Kansas City To the Kings Most Excellent Majesty the humble remonstrance of John Blande of London, merchant, on the behalf of the inhabitants and planters in Virginia and :// to the king's most excellent MAJESTY The Humble ADDRESS of the Epi s copal Clergy of the Dioce s e of Aberdeen Pre s ented to His MAJESTY by the Reverend Drs.
James and George Gardens Dr. Burnet, Mr. Dunbreck, Mr. Blair, and Mr. Maitland, at FETTERESSO, the Twenty ninth of DecemberIntroduced by His Grace the DUKE of MAR, and by the 's_Most_Excellent_Majesty.
Likewise, the humble remonstrance and proposals of divers knights, gentry, and free-holders in the county of Leicester; concerning the Kings Majesty, Crown, and Kingdome.
Sent to the Kings most Excellent Majesty. Ordered that this declaration be published in all the parish churches, and market towns within the said county of :// 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, answers, and open :// The Kings Maiesties answer to a late petition presented unto him by the hands of Mr.
Alexander Henderson, from the commissioners of the Generall Assemblie of the Kirk of Scotland with their humble remonstrance and renewed petition to the Kings Most Excellent Majestie, from their meeting at Edinburgh, June 2, Most gratious Mother of succeeding Kings; Vouchsafe to view that which is seldome seene, A Womans writing of divinest things: Reade it faire Queene, though it defective be, Your Excellence can grace both It and Mee.
For you haue rifled Nature of her store, And all the Goddesses haue dispossest Of those rich gifts which they enioy'd before. In the meane time, accept most gratious Queene This holy worke, Virtue presents to you, In poore apparell, shaming to be seene, Or once t'appeare in your iudiciall view: But that faire Virtue, though in meane attire, All Princes of the world doe most desire.
And sith all royall virtues are in you, The Naturall, the Morall, and Diuine,Concerning your Majesty’s servants and, namely, the Duke of Buckingham, we humbly beseech your Majesty to be informed by us your faithful Commons that it hath been the ancient, constant and undoubted right and usage of Parliaments, to question and complain of all persons, of what degree soever, found grievous to the commonwealth, in a remonstrance for the right of kings, and the independance of their crownes, against an oration of the most illvstriovs card.
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