3 edition of A copy of a letter from the members of both houses assembled at Oxford to the Earle of Essex found in the catalog.
A copy of a letter from the members of both houses assembled at Oxford to the Earle of Essex
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 234:E. 32, no. 3., Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1685:58.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 6 p.|
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3. and 4. which to this day are both in force) for levying Forces against the Authority of Parliament, and to put to death divers principall members of both Houses, although they had the Kings expresse Command to do it, and the promise of his presence to accompany them; which yet, for all that, neither would, nor did save their lives, in regard. Full text of "A Chronological Register of Both Houses of the British Parliament: From the Union in , to " See other formats.
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A copy of a letter from the members of both houses assembled at Oxford, to the Earle of Essex, dated the of January, With the names of. Get this from a library. A copy of a letter from the members of both houses assembled at Oxford to the Earle of Essex: dated the 27 of January, with the names of those who signed it, desiring a treaty of peace.
[England and Wales. Parliament.]. The Houses. Being a literature student, I spend a lot of time reading, and my accommodation in The Houses provides me with the peace and quiet I need. I’m also just a two-minute walk from the library, where I can find all the essential books for my course.
Living on central campus means that I make the most of the facilities on offer. His Majesties gracious speech to both houses of Parliament, at their prorogation, on Wednesday the 9th.
of June Charles II, King of England, /  His Majesties gracious speech to both Houses of Parlaiment [sic]: together with the L. Chancellors, in Christ-Church-Hall in Oxford, on Tuesday, October Presented in a sermon, preached to both Houses of Parliament assembled on Friday the of July, Being an extraordinary day of publik humiliation appointed by them, throughout London and Westminster, that every one might bitterly bewaile his own sins, and cry mightily unto God for Christ his sake, to remove his wrath, and heale the land.
Close section The Proclamations of King Charles I – 1 A Proclamation of the Accession of Charles I. [London 27 March ] 2 By the King. [A Proclamation on his Accession to the Throne.] [St. James 28 March ]. The Character of a Popish Successour, and what England may expect from such a one.
Humbly offered to the Consideration of both Houses of Parliament, appointed to meet at Oxford, on the One and twentieth of March, [Anon.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A letter to the Right Honourable Lord Viscount Althorp, M.P., Chancellor of the Exchequer in defence of the cotton factories of Lancashire / by: Hoole, Holland.
Published: (). Overton did not identify them at first, second, and third editions, and all three quarto pamphlets are two-and-a-half sheets (or twenty pages) in length. 66 Lilburne indicated in the text that he wrote Letter to a Freind on 25 July while Thomason dated his copy 9 August.
67 The Thomason copy is from the second edition of Letter to a Friend and Cited by: 2. Milton Walker, builder of Oxford: A biography of Oxford's leading carpenter and contractor of the nineteenth century [Bradley, John] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Milton Walker, builder of Oxford: A biography of Oxford's leading carpenter and contractor of the nineteenth centuryAuthor: John Bradley. A letter sent from a gentleman to Mr. Henry Martin Esquire, a member of the House of Commons from Worcester this of Octob.
who was imployed by His Excellence to deliver a letter to the Earle of Dorset with the votes of both Houses of Parliament concerning a petition to be delivered to His Majestie: shewing the desperate resolution of.
Full text of "The Earle family: Ralph Earle and his descendants" See other formats. The militant church, triumphant over the dragon and his angels: presented in a sermon, preached to both Houses of Parliament assembled on Friday the 21 of July, being an extraordinary day of publik humiliation appointed by them, throughout London and Westminster, that every one might bitterly bewaile his own sins, and cry mightily unto.
A letter sent from both Houses of Parliament, to all the high-sheriffs of this kingdom, concerning the late propositions for Ireland.
England and Wales. Parliament. /  The late letters from both houses of Parliament concerning their purpose of delivery of a petition to His Majesty. His Majesties answer to those letters. England and Wales.
Earl of Oxford was one of the oldest titles if not the oldest bloodlines ancient in the English peerage system. Te earldom was held for some years several centuries by the Vere family. After 17th Earl lost Earls Colne in Essex the family sort to avoid each other as the Feudal system was finally coming to a close, no one wanted to claimed the Earldom or responsibilities.
Full text of "Ingatestone and the Essex Great Road with Fryerning" See other formats. King Charles dissolved Parliament in June ; the Royal Court of the Star Chamber then tried and dismissed the charges against Buckingham. From the description of The humble answere and plea of George Duke of Buckingham to the declaration and impeachm[en]t made against him before ye Lords by the Commons house of parliam[en]t: manuscript, [ca.
] (Harvard. Both of them had been guilty of irregularities, which, though common, were contrary to the letter of the law. Of these the regent took advantage, and resolved to found on them a charge of treason. This design was revealed to the two earls by one of Morton’s retainers.
There are, besides, three transcripts of it in the Library; one, of part of the book (Bodl. ) is a copy (mentioned above) which was made for Burton, and sent by him to Rouse, with a letter dated 'Lindley, Leic.
17 July, ,' in which he describes it as being 'written, though not with so fine a letter, yet with a judicious hand. Read "Letters to His Son on the Art of Becoming a Man of the World and a Gentleman, " by Philip Dormer Stanhope Earl of Chesterfield available from Rakuten Kobo. MY DEAR FRIEND: I received two days ago your letter of the 25th past; and your former, which you mention in it.
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The Oxford Book of English Verse: – William Cartwright. – To Chloe Who for his sake wished herself younger.Collates A-M8. Printed in two columns, black letter, with music. ESTC S Contemporary blind ruled calf, rubbed and with a little wear on the corners.
Remains of blue silk ties. A large block (70x60 mm) of the Prince of Wales feathers gilt on both boards, indicating the book was bound for the use of Prince Charles'(later Charles II's.