Great Britain History Civil War 1642 1649 Participation Scottish Ea : Foure speeches delivered in Guild-Hall on Friday the sixth of October, 1643. : At a common-hall, vpon occasion of desiring the assistance of our brethren of Scotland in this warre. / Viz. the [brace] 1. by Mr. Solicitor. 2. by Mr. Edmund Calamy. 3. by Mr. Jeremiah Burroughes. 4. by Mr. Obadiah Sedgewick. Published according to order.
Great Britain History Civil War 1642 1649 Peace : Papers from the Scots quarters, : containing the substance of two votes made by the Estates at Edenburgh at their generall meeting this present Septemb. 1646. Concerning their armies marching home, and delivering up their garrisons; as also, concerning the peace and union of the kingdomes: with some other passages concerning the King; and other matters of note. And the taking of Cary Castle, and securing other parts in the north of Scotland by Major-Generall Middleton. Printed and published according to order, and for generall satisfaction.
Great Britain History Civil War 1642 1649 Prizes Early Works To : An ordinance by the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, : for the preservation and keeping together for publique use, such books, evidenees [sic], records and writings sequestred or taken by distresse or otherwise, as are fit to be so preserved. 18 Novemb. 1643. Ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliament that this ordinance be forthwith printed and published. Hen. Elsinge Cler. Parl. Dom. Com.; England and Wales.
Great Britain History Civil War 1642 1649 Religious Asspects Early : His Majesties last propositions to the Commissioners at the treaty, : to be communicated to His two Houses of Parliament assembled at Westminster; declaring His royal assent to sign the propositions, and to unite Himself with His two houses, for the concluding of a safe and present peace. And His proclamation thereupon, published by his Majesites special command, and dated from Newport 28. Octob. 1648. With the votes of both houses concerning the King; and the proposals of the Lord Gen. Fairfax, touching the setling of the kingdom, and disbanding part of the army. Agreed upon by His Excellency, and the Councell of War, and presented to the Parliaments commissioners on Saturday last, at the treaty at St. Albanes between the Parliament and army.
Great Britain History Civil War 1642 1649 Underground Literature Ea : The humble petition and information of Ioseph Hunscot stationer, : to both the Honourable Houses of Parliament now assembled, against divers scandalous libels, and treasonous pamphlets against kingly government, and parliament proceedings; as may appear by the very books herewith presented.; Hunscot, Joseph.
Great Britain History Civil War 11642 1649 Early Works To 1800 : His Majesties resolution concerning the setting up of his standard. : Together, with the resolution of certain noblemen, who were present with His Majestie at York. Who when His Majestie resolved to set up his standard at York, did disswade him from it; and rather then they would contenauce [sic] His Majestie in that resolution, left His Majestie, and would have come for London. Also, Sir John Bankes his perswasion, for His Majesties return to London. His Majesties consent at the first, but afterwards his refusall. Together with an order from the House of Peers, concerning the stopping of all kinds of ammunition. Joh. Brovvn Cler. Parl.; Andrews, Thomas,
Great Britain History Civil War Campaigns Early Works To 1800 : Exploits discovered, in a declaration of some more proceedings of Serjeant Major Chudley, generall of the forces under the Earle of Stamford: against Sir Ralph Hopton. : Fully relating the great overthrow given to him. As it was sent in a letter from Exon, (Aprill 29.) to a man of note in London. Also a briefe rehersall of the severall victories, which the enemy, (to all their great discouragement), hath of late received by the Parliament forces.
Great Britain History Civil War Early Works To 1800 : The English tyrants. Or, A brief historie of the lives and actions of the high and mighty states, the lords of Westminster, and now (by usurpation) kings of England. : Containing all their rebellious and traiterous proceedings and transactions in Parliament. With their levying of war, and bloudy practices against their soveraign, their sinister and military designs to alter and subvert the fundamentall government in church and commonwealth, by destroying monarchy, and making themselves free-states, by the power of the sword. Continued from the first convention of this Parliament, 1640. untill the Kings death, Jan. 30. 1648.
Great Britain History Colonies Early Works To 1800 : Whereas the Queen has been pleased to direct, that a monthly correspondence be established between this kingdom, : and Her Majesties dominions on the continent of America, by packet-boats, to pass to, and from Bristol and New York, ...; Great Britain.