England And Wales Court Of Sewers Lincolnshire England : Instructions for jury-men on the Commission of Sewers : shewing, 1. what they are to surveigh and view, 2. what to enquire and present, 3. how, delivered in a charge to 3 several juries at a session of Sewers holden at Spalding in the county of Lincoln : to which is added two other charges, the one concerning Lovell's works the other touching the river of Glean in the said county.
England And Wales Court Of The Kings Bench : The proceedings upon the bayling the L. Brondon [sic] Gerrard, Rich. Hambden Jun. Esq; Joh. Trenchard, Esq; Fr. Charlton the Elder, Major Wildman, & Hen. Booth, Esq : lately committed to the Tower, as persons concerned in the late conspiracy against the life of the King, and to subvert the government, who were the 28th of this instant November, 1683. bailed before the judges of his Majesties Court of Kings-Bench, and thereupon discharged from their confinements in the Tower, &c.
England And Wales Kings Commission Of Oyer And Terminer And Goal Delivery F : The proceedings of the King's Commission of Oyer and Terminer, and Goal Delivery for the Admiralty of England, of several persons, for several felonies and piracies by them committed on the high seas. : At a sessions of Admiralty, held at Justice-Hall in the Old-Baily, London, on Monday the 28th day of June, and Monday the 12th day of July, 1697. And in the ninth year of His Majesties' reign.
England And Wales Laws Statues Etc : An act for the assuring, confirming and setling of lands and estates in Ireland : at the Parliament begun at Westminster, the 17th day of September, An. Dom. 1656.
England And Wales Lord Chamberlains Office : The coppy of a warrant signed by the Right Honorable, the Earle of Penbrooke, Lord Chamberlaine to his Maiestie: : To all maiors, shriffes, justices of the peace, bayliffes, constables, and other His Maiesties officers, true liege men, and subiects, whom it may concerne, and to euery of them. Whereas I am credibly informed, that there are many and verie great disorders, and abuses, daily committed by diuers and sundry companies of stage players, tumblers, vaulters, dauncers on the ropes. ...
England And Wales Lord Chancellor : [An ordinance made the eighteenth day of July.] Anno R.R. Caroli II. 18. Annoque D[o] 1666. : The Right Honorable Edward Earl of Clarendon Lord High Chancellor of England, and the Honorable Sir Harbottle Grimstone, Baronet, Master of the Rolls, taking into their consideration the manifold disorders and undue practices which in the late times have crept into the Six Clerks Office, to the great dishonour of this court, the obstruction of justice, the damage of the client, and confusion and loss of the records ...
England And Wales Lord Protector 1653 1648 O Cromwell : An ordinance for the better ordering and disposing the estates under sequestration. : Fryday, 10 February, 1653. / Ordered by His Highness the Lord Protector and his council, that this ordinance be forthwith printed and published. Henry Scobell clerk of the council.
England And Wales Oxford Parliament : A list of the names of the Long Parliament, anno 1640. : Likewise of the Parliament holden at Oxford. As also of the three ensuing Parliaments holden at Westminster in the years, 1653. 1654. 1656. (And of the late Parliament, dissolved April, 22. 1659.) With a catalogue of the Lords of the other house.
England And Wales Parliament 1648 House Of Commons : A proclamation for tryall of the King ... : With the proceedings of the High Court of Justice against him. Also an Act of the House of Commons for further prosecution against the King : Die Martis 9 Januar. 1648 ...
England And Wales Parliament Attributed Name : The Parliaments declaration concerning the Kings most Excellent Majesty. : With the Kings Majesties determination concerning the Parliament. Published by His Majesties speciall command and ordered to be printed and published. Hen. Elsing Cler. Parl. D. Com.
England And Wales Parliament Commission For Ireland : By the commissioners from the Parliament of England : whereas wee have received information that not onely divers souldiers of the Army, but severall disordered and loose persons, exact contribution or free quarters at their pleasure ...
England And Wales Parliament Commissioners For Indempnity : The humble petition and appeal of John Fielder of Kingston Miller, : to the Parliament of the Common-vvealth of England. Wherein is shewn the palpable, unjust and illegal proceedings of the Committee of Indempnity, through the false and scandalous suggestions and informations of Richard Lidgold and John Child, late bailiffs of the said town; Nathanlell [sic] Ward cunstable, & Richard Baylie jayler, as it was humbly presented to the Honourable the Parliament of England Fryday the 4. of July 1651. Wherein contrary to the declaration of Parliament, April 17. 1646. they have intermedled with this suite of private interest, not only else where determinable; (but determined) by a jury of 12. men of the neighbourhood, they having had the opinion and direction of the judge at the assises in Southwark for the county of Surrey, and judgment and execution thereupon issued forth. As it was managed by Mr. Thomas Latham, and Lieutenant Col. John Lilburn, before the judges of assizes, & before the said Committee of Indempnity, being of councel for the said Fielder, whose arguments for peoples freedoms granted unto them by the lawes of England, is excellently worth reading.