England And Wales Parliament Certain Propositions Of Both Houses Of Parliam : His Majesties declaration to all his loving subjects occasioned by a false and scandalous imputation laid upon His Majesty of an intention of raising or leavying war against his Parliament and of having raised force to that end : also His Majesties declaration and profession together with that of the Lords and others of his councell there present, disavowing any preparations or intentions of leavying war against His two Houses of Parliament.; England and Wales.
England And Wales Parliament Committe For Corporations : A nevv-yeers-gift for England, and all her cities, ports, and corporations, and all such therein who are fit for the same, and desire it. Or, A gift of God to the wise, this new yeer 1653 to make them a free Commonweatlh, if that they pursue therein. : It being a caveat to the reserved, unconstant, ambodextrous engagers with this Commonwealth and present government, who being unstable in all their ways, and are burthenous thereunto. Also, an incitement to the commonalty & free-born people of England, ... Here is also added two letters which have relation or dependence on the Parliaments order, and a letter sent to the several companies of London ....; Burt, Nathaniel,
England And Wales Parliament Committee For Sequestrations : An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: directing the payment of all duties upon the revenue to be made to the severall receivers, appointed, or to be appointed. : Die Sabbathi, 23. Decemb. 1643..; England and Wales.
England And Wales Parliament Committee Of Plundred Ministers : A declaration of the Lords & Commons assembled in Parliament, against George Lord Goring, : for levying war against the Parliament and Kingdom, in taking up arms in Kent and Essex. Also three orders, the first, an order of the Commons in Parliament assembled, for putting the Militia in the several counries [sic] in execution for the safety of their counties. The second, an order of both Houses, for taking away the Court of Wards. The third, giving power to the Committee of Plundred Ministers, to commit such Churchwardens as shall countenance & set up Delinquent Ministers to preach. Together with an ordinance of both Houses of Parliament, for payment of tythes. Ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that this Declaration be forthwith printed and published. H: Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.; England and Wales.
England And Wales Parliament Committee Of The Army : The Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, do hereby order and declare, that all commissioners of the admiralty and navy, the committee for the army, the commissioners for appeals and regulation of excise and customs ....; England and Wales.
England And Wales Parliament Committee Of The Militia : Die Mercurii 3. April. 1644. An ordinance of the Lords and Commons in Parliament assembled, for the incouragement and security of all such well-affected persons as shall forthwith advance any summes of money, : to enable the Committee of the Militia, speedily to send forth and maintaine a considerable number of horse and foot, for the pursute of that great victory which Almighty God hath given the Parliament forces, under command of Sir William Waller, and Sir William Belfore..; England and Wales.
England And Wales Parliament Declaration Of The Lords And Commons Assembled : A True and faithfull relation of the besieging of the towne of Manchester in Lancashire upon Saturday the 24. of September : together with the manner of the severall skirmishes and passages betwixt the Earle of Derby the besieger with his 4500 men, and the souldiers in the town being only 1000. or thereabout : also a declaration of the Lords and Commons in Parliament to the inhabitants of the said towne : and lastly, the manner of the raising of the said siege, having continued untill Saturday the 1. of October, as it was credibly represented unto the House of Commons from a godly minister, in the said towne, and appointed to be printed and published.
England And Wales Parliament Elections Early Works To 1800 : The case of William Adderley esq; : duly elected a burgess to serve in Parliament for the burrough of New Windsor in the county of Berks. Sir Christopher Wren, Henry Powle esq; William Adderly esq; competitors.; Adderley, William.
England And Wales Parliament Honorable The Grand Committee For Trade : A true relation of an imposition layed by the late king upon the manufactures of gold & silver-wyer : to be used in the making of gold & silver thred, &c. : Which was voted by the grand Committee of Parliament to be a monopoly. / Written by one that was well acquainted with all the proceedings. ; Published by D.T. a lover of truth.; D. T.
England And Wales Parliament House Of Commons Articles Of The Commons Assem : The speech or declaration of John Pymm, esq. to the Lords of the upper House upon the delivery of the Articles of the Commons assembled in Parliament against William Lavd archbishop of Canterbury : in maintenance of their accusation whereby he stands charged of high treason : together with a true copie of the said articles.; Pym, John,
England And Wales Parliament House Of Commons Proceedings 1641 09 : Sions joy : A sermon preached to the Honourable House of Commons assembled in Parliament, at their publique thanksgiving, September 7. 1641. For the peace concluded between England and Scotland. By Jeremiah Burroughs. Published by order of the said House.; Burroughs, Jeremiah,
England And Wales Parliament Proceedings 1641 11 01 : An exact and true relation of the late plots which were contrived and hatched in Ireland. : 1. A coppy of a letter sent from the Lord chiefe Iustices and Privy Councell in Ireland, to our parliament here in England. 2. Their last proclamation which they published concerning those traytors. 3. The whole discourse of the plot revealed by Owen Ockanellee who is now in Englond [sic]. 4. The dangerous and extraordinary deliverance of the party who narrowly escaped with his life. 5. The reward the Parliament hath confirmed upon him. 6. The true relation of the whole treason related by the Lord Keeper, to the Honourable House of Commons the first of November. 1641.
England And Wales Parliament Proceedings 1642 05 26 : His Majesties answer, to a printed book, intituled, A remonstrance, or the declaration of the Lords and Commons now assembled in Parliament, 26. May 1642 : In answer to a declaration under His Majesties name, concerning the business of Hull.; England and Wales.