Fairfax Robert : Life of Robert Fairfax of Steeton.; Markham, Clements R.
Fairfax Thmas Fairfax Baron 1612 17 : A new declaration of the King Majestie going to the Isle of Weight : wherein in declared, to all true subjects, the true grounds of His Majesties retiring to the said island, and casting his Royal Person upon Col. Hammond (governour thereof) for protection, on Saturday Novem. 13. Presented to the said governour, by Mr. John Ashburnham, servant to the Kings most Excellent Majesty. Together with His Majesties message to Generall Fairfax, concerning the present condition of His Royall Person, and the nobility of this kingdome. With His Excellencies letter to both Houses of Parliament, touching the Kings Majestie. And a paper from the army, expressing their resolution towards the kingdome. November. 15. Imprimatur, G.M.
Fairfax Thomas 1612 1671 : A proclamation published through every regiment of horse and foot, and all the garrisons of the north of England : (upon orders received from his Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax.) By Major Generall Lambert. Also the sentence of the councell of vvar, for inflicting of exemplary punishment upon divers souldiers, that mutinyed at Halifax, with others. And a copy of Major Generall Lamberts speech, made at a councell of war, concerning disbanding. With instructions to the colonells and other officers. Subscribed, Jo. Lambert:; Lambert, John,
Fairfax Thomas Fairfax Baron 1612 1671 A Letter From His Excellency : Observations upon, and in answer to his excellencies late letter to the honourable Citie of London, : for raising assessements, and free-quarter, (alias) plunder. With the dreadfull events of rustick dominering souldiers. Being a caveat for all cities, and subjects in the world, how they take up armes against their native King. Looke on Psal. 55. from verse 12. to the latter end of the 16.
Fairfax Thomas Fairfax Baron 1612 1671 Two Letters From His Excelle : Certaine observations on that letter written to the two Houses from the Army. : Dated at Reading the 8th. of Iuly, 1647. Written for the satisfaction of a private friend, and may serve for the whole kingdome. Whereunto is added the letter upon which these observations were made.
Fairs England : By the King : the spreading of the infection in our citie of London, and in the places next about it, doeth giue vs iust cause to be as prouident as a carefull prince can bee, to take away all occasion of increasing the same.; England and Wales.
Fairs Law And Legislation England London : Martis vicesimo quinto die Junij 1700, annoq. regni Regis Willielmi Tertij ... : the King's Most Excellent Majesty, and His late religious and gracious Queen, as also the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, having frequently express'd their great sense of the deplorable increase of prophaeness, vice and debauchery in this kingdom ...; City of London (England).
Fairs Scotland 17th Century Early Works To 1800 : A new prognostication, for the year of our redemption, 1678, being the second after bissextile, or leap year. : Most curiously and artificially calculated, for all north-Brittain, but more especially (and even according to every typographer's very bound duty) for the latitude and meridian of our most famous city of Bon-Accord. Which stands upon a pleasant lone, whose gallant dykes, are Dee and Done. / by A. R. A.M. an expert mathematician.; A. R.,