4 edition of His Maiesties letter for the speaker of the Lords pro tempore found in the catalog.
His Maiesties letter for the speaker of the Lords pro tempore
England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I).
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1611:40|
|Contributions||Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649|
|The Physical Object|
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Get this from a library. His Maiesties letter for the speaker of the Lords pro tempore: to be communicated unto the Lords and Commons in the Parliament of England at Westminster, and the commissioners of the Parliament of Scotland and to all my other subjects of what degree, condition or calling whatsoever.
[Charles, King of England; England and Wales. His Majesties letter to the Privy Council of Scotland, for opening the signet, and intimating the sitting of the session.
A letter sent from the Lord Willoughby of Parham to the speaker of the House of Peeres pro tempore, to be communicated to the Lords in Parliament.
A iournall, and relation of the action, vvhich by his Maiesties. Presented to the Generall, and by him to be humbly presented to the Parliament. With his Excellencies letter to the Speaker June the 8. sent with the same. England and Wales. Army. /  A true relation of the daily proceedings and transactions of the Army in Scotland under his.
Full text of "The historical works of Sir James Balfour" See other formats. A sermon preached in London before the right honorable the Lord Lavvarre, Lord Gouernour and Captaine Generall of Virginea, and others of his Maiesties Counsell for that kingdome, and the rest of the aduenturers in that plantation At the said Lord Generall his leaue taking of England his natiue countrey, and departure for Virginea, Febr.
Charles I, King of England, His Maiesties letter for the speaker of the Lords pro tempore to be communicated unto the Lords and Commons in the Parliament of England at Westminster, and the commissioners of the Parliament of Scotland and to all my other subjects of what degree, condition or calling whatsoever.
Vox & votum populi Anglicani: Shewing how deeply the nation resents the thought of capitulating, now, with his Majestie, and holding him, (as we say) at armes-end, if they could. In a letter to the Right Honorable the Earle of Manchester, Speaker of the House of Lords, pro tempore.
By T.C. Esquire. by: Cooper, Thomas, Esquire. Full text of "The historical works of sir James Balfour [ed. by J. Haig]." See other formats. Full text of "Early printing in Newcastle-upon-Tyne" by his Maiesties special Comandement.
Appointed to be read in Churches. Imprinted at London by Eobert Barker, Printer to the Kings most Excellent Maiestie. to the Speaker of the House of Peeres, Pro Tempore, To be Communicated to the Lords and Commons in the Parliament Assembled at.
New Acquisitions List. The declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in the Parliament of England to the subjects of Scotland with His Maiesties message to the Lords of His Privy Counsell of Scotland upon that occasion.
England and Wales. Parliament. et Harvardini Collegii in Cantabrigia Nov-Anglorum prÃ¦side pro tempore, per. 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, Elizabeth I, Queen of England, [Letter], Nov.
8 Hamptoncourt [to Sir Henry Sydney, Queen's deputy in Ireland] / [Queen Elizabeth I]. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: creatorOf: PAPERS RELATING TO THE NETHERLANDS, particularly to the events of and Leicester's second expedition; Tracts on Liberty by the Levellers and their Critics Vol.
9 Addendum (–) 1st Edition, uncorrected (Date added: August 5, ) This volume is part of a set of 7 volumes of Leveller Tracts: Tracts on Liberty by the Levellers and their Critics (), 7 by David M.
Hart and Ross Kenyon (Indianapolis: Liberty Fund, ). Additional Tracts by Lilburne and Overton (Volume 10) Table of Contents [Richard Overton], A Dreame, or Newes from Hell - 5 illegibles [Richard Overton or John Taylor], Old Newes newly Revived - 2 illegibles [Richard Overton], The Frogges of Egypt, or the Caterpillers of the Commonwealth (October, ) - 2 illegibles Richard Overton, Sacred Decretal, or Hue and Cry (31 May, ) - illegibles.
H AD this Letter of D r. Carier beene imparted, or the drift of it onely reached to your Maiestie, it would haue deserued none other answere then your Maiesties priuate censure.
Shakespeare’s Unorthodox Biography explodes the traditional attribution of the authorship of Shakespeare’s plays. It proves that William Shakespeare from Stratford, unlike his literary contemporaries, left no contemporaneous evidence that he was a writer by profession.
He was a theatrical entrepreneur and sharp businessman, but no literary genius. An answer to A letter from a clergyman in the city, to his friend in th country, containing his reasons for not reading the Declaration. ([London, ]), by Poulton (page images at HathiTrust) Answer to a letter from the Hon.
Elmore, of South-Carolina. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. The first Strassburg printer, Johann Mentelin, was at work there in or beforeand was helped during his life and succeeded after his death () by his son-in-law, Adolf Rusch, who never put his name to a book, and most of whose impressions pass under the name of “the R-printer,” from the peculiar form of that letter found in one of.
Abstract: This collection contains the official, semi-official, and personal papers of six generations of the Egerton family of Great Britain.
Also known as the "Ellesmere Collection," the papers span from and include approximat pieces with particular strengths related to domestic management, religion, politics, literature, law, and diplomacy from the late 16th through 18th.
the library of anthony wood - Oxford Bibliographical Society download Report Comments. And the king sent, and they gathered unto him all the elders of Judah and of Jerusalem.
And the king went up into the house of the LORD, and all the men of Judah and all the inhabitants of Jerusalem with him, and the priests, and the prophets, and all the people, both small and great: and he read in their ears all the words of the book of the covenant which was found in the house of the LORD.
An undated letter from Hagen addressed Joanni Leochaeo et nostro Maecenato (i. Scotstarvet) is found on fol. 65 of the Scotstarvet Letter Book, NLS Adv. MS ; fol. 68 of the Letter Book is a letter of from Hagen’s close friend Antonius Clemens, about plans for Miscellanea Poemata, to which Clemens would contribute an epicedion.
Full text of "Unpublished documents relating to the English martyrs" See other formats.  One of their own historians complacently says, ‘but the Scots were seldom distinguished for loyalty.’ Laing's History of Scotland, vol. iii.edit. See also p. To the same effect, Brodie (History of the British Empire, Edinburgh,vol.
): ‘The little respect paid to royalty is conspicuous in every page of Scottish history.’. Antidotum Lincolniense or An answer to a book entituled, The holy table, name, & thing, &c. said to be written long agoe by a minister in Lincolnshire, and printed for the diocese of Lincolne, a⁰. VVritten and inscribed to the grave, learned, and religious clergie of the diocese of Lincoln.
By Pet: Heylyn chapleine in ordinary to his. THE tenth day of Nouember, in the citie of Worcester, a cruell and vnnaturall I. Storv. 1 2 3 brother (as an other Cain) murdered his owne naturall an louing brothe, first, smiting his braines out of his head with an ax, and after cutting his throte to make him sure, and then buried him vnder the earth of a chimneie, thinking thereby (though.
_ _ _ _ 1 _ 2 the two very Diamondes of hir Maiesties Majesties Courte for many speciall and rare qualities And then forsooth this: to make proofe of his facultie in Pentameters too, affecting a certaine Rithmus withall.
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Full text of "Collections and notes, " See other formats. The book itself begins-£. A letter of estate sent to his friend in Gracious Street; wherein is laid open the practices and devises of Robert Sutton alias dudlie, earl of leicester, &c.
The following collection of hitherto inedited documents. concerning the English Martyrs has been for many years in preparation. It was begun by the late Father John Morris, S.J., who had been.
Full text of "The East Anglian; or, Notes and queries on subjects connected with the counties of Suffolk, Cambridge, Essex and Norfolk" See other formats.
Role Title Holding Repository; creatorOf: EXTRACTS from the Register of the Abbey of St. Benet of Hulme co. Norfolk. An entry on the margin of f.
2, signed "P[eter] Le Neve, Rougecroix," states that this is a transcript of part of Cotton MS. Galba E. (to which references are given throug. A relation of the defeating Card. Mazarine & Oliv.
Cromwell's design to have taken Ostend by treachery in the year written in Spanish by a person of quality (who was a chief actor in the preventing of it) by way of letter to a friend of his presently after the businesse ; since printed in that language, and now translated into English.
Full text of "Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society" See other formats. Full text of "COLLECTIONS HISTORACAL & ARCHAEOLOGICAL" See other formats. Full text of "A Dictionary of the Anonymous and Pseudonymous Literature of Great Britain: Including the Works " See other formats.
The formall Cause, is nothing but the very manner of this same Motion, and shaking of the Earth without: and the violent kinde of striuing striving, and wrastling of the windes, and Exhalations within: which is, and must needes be done in this, or that sort, after one fashion, or other.
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Cowley's will of 18 Septembermentioned above and is preserved in the poet's original autograph in the Public Record Office (PROB 10/ (proved 31 August )), as well as in a registered copy (PROB 11// [an annotated transcript can also be found in .