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Download A Petition presented to the Parliament from the countie of Nottingham
A Petition presented to the Parliament from the countie of Nottingham: complaining of grievances under the ecclesiasticall government by archbishops, bishops, &c.
arising from the inconveniences in that forme or constitution of government and praying the removall of the same inconveniences: together with a schedule annexed to the same petition containing the heads. A petition presented to the Parliament from the countie of Nottingham.: Complaining of grievances under the ecclesiasticall government by archbishops, bishops, &c.
arising from th'inconveniences in that forme or constitution of government, and praying the removall of the same inconveniences. The humble petition of the gentry and commons of the county of York: presented to His Majesty, Ap and His Majesties message sent to the Parliament, Apconcerning Sir John Hothams refusall to give His Majesty entrance into Hull: with the Parliaments resolves concerning the said Sir John Hotham: as also a declaration from both houses of.
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Johnson, Memorials of the. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Author / [Publication date] Title; L'Estrange, Roger, Sir, /  To a gentleman, a member of the Honourable House of Commons assembled in Parliament.
Full text of "The case of requisition: in re a petition of right of De Keyser's Royal Hotel Limited: De Keyser's Royal Hotel Limited v. the King" See other formats.
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by Edward Almack, contrib. by King of England Charles I and John Gauden (multiple formats at ). A petition for the restoration of a parliamentary republic which was largely signed about London was presented to the House of Commons on February it was identical with the petition whose presentation the late Protector had prevented by dissolving parliament so suddenly in Februarybut it appears to have fallen rather flat (pp.
). 35v] The grievances presented to his Majesty by Sir Robert Heath, the Solicitor General, upon Friday the 28th of May, in the name of the Lower House of Parliament, in the Banqueting House at Whitehall,which though they might have been inserted between the Solicitor's and the King's speech do here justly follow.
The right of election of members of Parliament for this borough became therefore clearly ascertained, and finally established, by the following resolution of the House of Commons, and the subsequent determinations thereon: Resolution on the petition of Abraham Janssen, esq. and Robert Browne, esq.
18 May, "Resolved, that the right of. XIIII orders voted by the high court of Parliament with His Majesties message to the House about the Jesuits that were condemned: and the Parliaments answer to the same: also a petition from the Queene to the Parliament for the release of Father Philips: and the heads of five other petitions for other greevances by divers subjects.
Parliament: The humble petition and advice, presented unto His Highness the Lord Protector: by the knights, citizens and burgesses assembled at the Parliament begun and held at Westminster the 17th day of September and there continued until the 26th day of Iune following, and then adjourned unto the 20th day of Ianuary As also.
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He was a 6th-generation descendant of. the collegiate church of southwell The mediaeval diocese of York contained, in the churches of York, Ripon, Beverley, and Southwell, four ancient foundations of secular canons. The early history of each is involved in much obscurity; and the difficulty is increased in the case of Southwell by the uncertainty which prevails as to the date at.
On 1st October,Petition of Elizabeth Buller late widdow and relict Captaine Thomas Buller deceased who was slayne in the Parliament's service in ye late Civill Warres in this Nation shewing that whereas by virtue of an Ordinance of Parliament the Peticioner had a pencon of Tenn pounds per annum grannted by the Justices for maintenance of herself and her mother.
The official publication of the proceedings by the clerk to the court, Thomas Potts, in his The Wonderfull Discoverie of Witches in the Countie of Lancaster, and the number of witches hanged together – nine at Lancaster and one at York – make the trials unusual for England at that has been estimated that all the English witch trials between the early Attack type: Car bombing.
This is an E-book formatted for Amazon Kindle devices. EBook PDF: the Agreement was presented to Parliament on Janu and the attempt of the army to settle the nation by its own action was adjourned until This day was a petition presented to the Commons from the County of Surreya by neere Horse and Foote.
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In a pamphlet was published with the following title, ‘The Copy of the Petition presented to the Honourable Houses of Parliament by the Lord Archbishop of Canterbury, wherein the said Archbishop desires that he may not be transported beyond the Seas into New 61 England with Master Peters in regard to his extraordinary age and weaknesse.
The Clutterbuck Book The following extract is made available here in the interests of future generations of the family of Clutterbuck, and in the spirit of Witchell & Hudleston who, through much effort over many years nearly a century ago, recorded what was.
In he had procured a parchment-covered book, which he called "Liber Christopheri Shute et amicorum" and in he presented it to the School. The book contains elections of [Pg 60] Scholars, elections of Governors, Accounts, Receipts, etc.; it is not full of important matter, but is rather a bare record of certain facts.
THE HISTORY OF THE STANHOPE FAMILY. By Michael Stanhope. Dedicated to the memory of Philip Henry Stanhope, INTRODUCTION I commenced this history of the Stanhope family inmany years from when my curiosity about the origin of my family name was first kindled.
The trials of the Pendle witches in are among the most famous witch trials in English history, and some of the best recorded of the 17th century. The twelve accused lived in the area surrounding Pendle Hill in Lancashire, and were charged with the murders of ten people by the use of but two were tried at Lancaster Assizes on 18–19 Augustalong with.
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John Revell and his mother Francis had several disagreements concerning his fathers (Edwards) will and her dower. During the Parliament held in JanuaryWilliam Berkeley's brother, Maurice, presented a petition to try to regain his inheritance (William had disinherited him, and had granted many of his manors to the King and influential courtiers in order to be elevated in status.
AFN* Her Ancestral File Number is AFN: G5Q0-GH. Birth* before 27 January Ursula was born at London, England, before 27 January Christening: 27 January She was christened at St.
Lawrence Jewry, City of London, London. Petition of John Mason, and Lidia, his wife, late wife and administratrix of Roger Feest, deceased, to the House of Commons in In October, the captain of The Henrietta, Captain John Tyrwhitt wrote to the Navy Commissioners that John Mason was a most dirty fellow, having run away from his ship, and since had acted as a mutineer.
The change of scribe within the petition is noted in the transcription below, p. The second hand of the petition and that of Dudley’s response are very similar in letter forms, the judgement that they are more likely to be those of different writers is based on the occasional variant spelling of the same word (e.g.
Wyott/Wyat) and the size of the handwriting itself, Author: James Ross. “Which Petition, Schedules, and Assent having been read, heard, and fully understood.
in the aforesaid Parliament, by the advice and consent of the Lords spiritual and temporal in the same Parliament, assembled by the authority of the same Parliament, an answer was given thereto in form following – Let it be done as prayed, saving to the.
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But those. Chapter 2. Witchcraft Under Elizabeth. The year is hardly less interesting in the history of English witchcraft than It has been seen that the new statute passed in was the beginning of a vigorous prosecution by the state of the detested agents of the evil one.
Full text of "History of the county palatine and duchy of Lancaster" See other formats. Abstract: This collection contains the official, semi-official, and personal papers of six generations of the Egerton family of Great Britain.
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Chapter 5: Managing Margate. The Law, the Cinque Ports, and Dover [the members] presented a petition to parliament for redress’. 16 The petition was accepted by Parliament and in the Land Tax bill of it was enacted that in future ‘the parishes of St John, St Peter, based on a new liturgy set out in the Book of Common Prayer.
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D OBUNI. ITHERTO wee have poasted over all those Counties that lie betweene the British Ocean of the one side and the Severne sea and river Tamis on the other. Now according to the order which wee have begunne, let us survey the rest.
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In Mayshe sensed that her husband was “ambitious of being a .The King advanceth to Yorke with his Army. The preparation of the Scottish Covenanters. A pacification is made, and both Armies disbanded.
Another preparation for Warre with Scotland. A Parliament called to begin in England on the of April. The Parliament of Scotland is broken off by command of the King to the Earle of Traquare.Bailey, Philip James , Nottingham Castle. An ode, historical and traditionary, by Philip James Bailey, on the opening of the castle as a permanent art museum.
Written at the request of the Mayor and Corporation of the Borough of Nottingham (Nottingham: T. Forman and Sons, ) [BailePJ,NottiCA].