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An Expresse relation of the passages and proceedings of His Majesties armie: vnder the command of His Excellence the Earle of Newcastle: against the rebels, under the command of the Lord Fairfax and his. An Expresse relation of the passages and proceedings of His Majesties armie vnder the command of His Excellence the Earle of Newcastle: against the rebels, under the command of the Lord Fairfax and his adherents.
Abstract , 6 of publication suggested by uction of original in the Huntington Library. 45; ‘An extract of all the passages from Hull, York, and Lincolnshire being a true relation of His Majesties proceedings in those parts’ (London, 19 July ), Thomason Tracts E.
(12), by: 9. A true account of the whole proceedings betwixt His Grace James Duke of Ormond, and the Right Honor. Arthur, Earl of Anglesey, late Lord Privy-Seal, before the King and Council: and the said Earls letter of the second of August to His Majesty on that occasion: with a letter of the now Lord Bishop of Winchester's to the said Earl, of the means to keep out popery, and the only effectual.
A vvorthy speech spoken by His Excellence the Earle of Essex: in the head of his armie before his arrivall at Worcester on Saterday last, being the 24 of September, vvherein is declared every particular order and duty which His Excellence expects An Expresse relation of the passages and proceedings of His Majesties armie book be performed both by his commanders and souldiers: with a royall protestation taken by His Excellence and by him prescribed to be taken.
Murder will out, or, The king's letter justifying the Marquess of Antrim: and declaring that what he did in the Irish rebellion was by direction from his royal father and mother, and for the service of the crown by Henry Bennet Arlington (); Civil war and restoration in the three Stuart kingdoms: the career of Randal MacDonnell, marquis of Antrim, by Jane H Ohlmeyer (Book).
Page - Esq., or, in his absence, to such as for the time being take care for preserving the peace and administering the laws in their Majesties' province of New York, in. A LETTER FROM CAPTAIN GULLIVER TO HIS COUSIN SYMPSON. Written in the Year I hope you will be ready to own publicly, whenever you shall be called to it, that by your great and frequent urgency you prevailed on me to publish a very loose and uncorrect account of my travels, with directions to hire some young gentleman of either university to put them in order, and correct the style.
These valuable manuscripts were used by Mr. Neill in the prepa- ration of his book. He says at page v. of his preface, "On the 15th of July (), the King ordered all their [the Company's] papers to be given to a commission, which afterwards met weekly at the house of Sir Thomas Smith [the former treas- urer of the Company].
History of Tommy Sugar Plumb and His Golden Book, with Several Other Little Histories by Facsimile. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Resolution of the Army, Concerning the Kings Majesties going to Richmond (London, ) Severall papers from His Excellency Sr.
Thomas Fairfax: and the Armie under his Command, Delivered to the Commissioners of Parliament and City at Alisbury, July (London, ) A Solemne Engagement of the Army under the command of his Excellency. His Majesties most humble and faithfull subjects, the Knights, Citi∣zens, and Burgesses in Parliament assembled representing the whole Commons of this Realme calling to mind the late invasion made upon the Lawes and just rights, have heretofore presented unto the Lords House certaine questions of great weight and moment, to the end their Lordships might thereunto re∣quire the answer of the.
The Secret Tradition in Freemasonry, and an Analysis of the Inter-Relation Between the Craft and the High Grades, in Respect to Their Term of Research, Expressed by the Way of Symbolism (2 volumes; London: Rebman, ), by Arthur Edward Waite. Volume I: multiple formats at ; Volume II: multiple formats at An exact and true relation of the dangerous and bloudy fight, betweene His Majesties armie, and the Parliaments forces, neere Kyneton in the countie of Warwick, the 23 of this instant October sent in a letter to Iohn Pym, Esquire, a member of the House of Commons: which letter was signed by: Denzell Hollis, Ph.
Stapleton, Tho. His Majesties speech to the gentry of the county of York: attending His Majesty at the city of Yorke, on Thursday the of May, With their humble answer, on Friday the 13 of May, Together with the humble petition of many thousand faithfull and peaceably affected subjects of the county of York, who were there assembled, 13 May Also his parley, and the assault and repulse of Mongarrets army, April The second, by the said Captain Marro, and being seconded by Sir Henry Tichbourn, gave the rebels a great overthrow, with the number of men that were slain in each battle.
Also His Majesties message to the. Online [edit | edit source]. To learn how to access London newspapers online, see: Richard Heaton's Index to Digitalised British and Irish Newspapers Online Beta (updated 12th September ).
Here is a list of old London newspapers (pre) Heaton has found online (with those that had the longest runs in bold). - Coranto Relating Divers Particulars Concerning the Newes out of Italy.
A declaration of the knights and gentry in the county of Dorset VVho were in his late Majesties army. (London: [s.n.], printed in the year ) (HTML at EEBO TCP) By the King. A proclamation for obedience to be given to His Majesties Captain Generall, and officers, in the disbanding of His Majesties armie in the northern parts.
His Majesties letter to the artillery company: with an account of their proceedings at the choice of several officers for the ensuing year, on Wednesday the 9th of this instant, February /1. To our trusty and well beloved, the president, &c. Caption title. His Majesties answere to the two petitions of the Lords and Commons delivered, as aforesaid.
His Majesties consent for the Princesse Maries going to Holland. Her Majesties answer to a message of both Houses.
His Majesties message to the House of Commons. February, 7. (Digges, Dudley, the younger) (–43). An Answer to a Printed Book, intituled, Observations upon His Majesties late Answers and Expresses.
Oxford, An argument in favour of the full maintenance of the regal authority, in both theory and practice. (——)A Review of The Observations upon some of his Majesty’s late Answers and Expresses.
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).
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.
A remonstrance of all the proceedings, passages, or occurrences at Nottingham, Yorke, and New-Castle, from the 3. of Septemb. to the First, relating the manner of a powder-plot at Nottingham against his Majesty, but discovered.
Secondly, the great preparations that is making at York to defend the citie against Sir Iohn Hotham. The History of His Own Time (2 vols. fol., ) ran through many editions before it was reprinted at the Clarendon Press (6 vols.,and supplementary volume, ) with the suppressed passages of the first volume and notes by the earls of Dartmouth and Hardwicke, with the remarks of Swift.
This edition, under the direction of M.J. Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. The Suuedish intelligencer. wherein out of the truest and choysest informations are the famous actions of that warlike prince historically led along, first entring into the empire () [William Watts] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
EARLY HISTORY OF MILITARY, WAR AND WEAPONRY. Imagine holding history in your hands. THE Commons in this present Parliament assembled, having with much earnestnesse, and faithfulnesse of affection, and zeal to the publike good of this Kingdom, and His Majesties honour and service for the space of twelve moneths, wrastled with the great dangers and fears, the pressing miseries and calamities, the various distempers and disorders, which had not only assaulted, but even.
To learn how to access London newspapers online, see: Richard Heaton's Index to Digitalised British and Irish Newspapers Online Beta (updated 12th September ). And the court doth adjudge his estate to be forfeited to his majestie, except five pounds, which is allowed him to pay his passage.
His estate forfeited. Att a court* held at Green Spring the 1st of March Present, Sir Wm. Berkeley, Knt. Gov'r. Proceed'gs of the court of civil jurisdiction. His book was printed inand bears the title, "A true discourse of the present estate of Virginia, and the successe of the affaires there till the 18 of June,together with a rela- tion of the severall English townes and fortes, the assured hopes of that countrie and the peace concluded with the Indians.
That the Elector should consigne over the Towne of Wittenberg into his Majesties hands; both for his passage and retreat. That he should send his Sonne to remaine for hostage in the Kings Armie. That the Elector should presently advance 3.
moneths meanes afore-hand, for the payment of the Kings Armie. Also, the gallant answer of His Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax, touching the Honourable City of London.
Likewise the articles of the treaty, agreed upon betwixt the city and the armie. City of London (England). Court of Common Council. /  A declaration from the City of London with instructions from the Court of Common Councell.
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The divinity being by Scripture Sect. A letter from an officer in His Majesties army, to a gentleman in Glocester-shire.: Theeves, theeves, or, A relation of Sir Iohn Gell's proceedings in Darbyshire, in gathering up the rents of the lords and gentlemen of that county by.
THIS being the first day of the Term, His Majesties Attorney General, (as soon as the Court of Kings Bench was sat) moved on the behalf of the King for a Habeas Corpus, returnable immediate, directed to the Lieutenant of the Tower, to bring up his Grace the Lord Arch-Bishop of Canterbury, and the Bishops of St.
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III. The Actions and Proceedings of the Landgrave of Hessen: from the time of his receiving some aides from the King of Sweden, at Werben; untill his joyning with the said King againe, about the.
Table of Contents. 1. 6 January - John Lilburne, Regall Tyrannie discovered: Or, A Discourse, shewing that all lawfull (approbational) instituted power by God amongst men, is by common agreement, and mutual consent. Which power (in the hands of whomsoever) ought alwayes to be exercised for the good, benefit, and welfare of the Trusters, and never ought other wise to be administered: Which.The concept Ireland represents the subject, aboutness, idea or notion of resources found in Boston University Libraries.A relation of a memorable fight made the of June against certaine Spanish ships & gallies in the West Indies, by 3.
ships of the honorable sir George Carey knight, then marshall of her Majesties houshold, and captaine of the Ile of Wight, now lord Hunsdon, lord Chamberlaine, and captaine of the honourable band of her Majesties.