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Title [Parliamentary speeches and debates, dated Nov. 1680- Jan. 1681]
Related title Coll: Titus his speech in ye House of Comons [--] 1680.
Sir William Jones speech upon passing the bill against the D: of Yorke. Nov. 1680.
Debates in the House of Comons [sic] January the 7th 1680 [i.e. 1681] upon the kings message concerning the Bill of Exclusion.
Lord Lovelace's speech.
Speeches in the House of Commons.
November 17th being appointed for consideration of his Ma[ties] message, the order being read, it was moved as followeth.
Speech of a member upon the Irish information given in at the bar in writing.
Another speech by a person of honour Lord Wharton's sonne [Goodwin Wharton, Esq.].
Earle of Essex his speech at the delivering the following petition to his most sacred Majesty Janu[ary] 25th 1680 [i.e. 1681].
To the Kings most excellent Majesty, the humble petition and advice of the lords under named, peers of the realme.



Descript 8, [9] p.
Note In manuscript.
The last p. of ms. written on verso of a license to print dated and signed: 6th. Jan. 1680. Wi Williams, speaker.
Reproduction of original in: British Library.
Contents Coll: Titus his speech in ye House of Comons [sic] [--] 1680. -- S[ir] William Jones speech upon passing the bill against the D: of Yorke. Nov. 1680. -- Debates in the House of Comons [sic] January the 7th 1680 [i.e. 1681] upon the kings message concerning the Bill of Exclusion. -- The Lord L[ovelace]:s speech. -- Speeches in the House of Commons. -- November 17th being appointed for consideration of his Ma[ties] message, the order being read, it was moved as followeth. -- A speech of a member upon the Irish information given in at the bar in writing. -- Another speech by a person of honour Lord Wharton's sonne [Goodwin Wharton, Esq.]. -- The Earle of Essex his speech at the delivering the following petition to his most sacred Majesty Janu[ary] 25th 1680 [i.e. 1681]. -- To the Kings most excellent Majesty, the humble petition and advice of the lords under named, peers of the realme.
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Series Early English books online.
Subject James II, King of England, 1633-1701
England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons
Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 1660-1688 -- Early works to 1800.
Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- Morocco -- Early wprks to 1800.
Morocco -- Foreign relations -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800.
Alt author Titus, Silius, 1623?-1704. Coll: Titus his speech in ye House of Comons -- 1680.
Jones, William, Sir, 1631-1682. Sir William Jones speech upon passing the bill against the D: of Yorke. Nov. 1680.
Essex, Arthur Capel, Earl of, 1631-1683. Speech at the delivery of the petition.
Wharton, Goodwin, 1653-1704.
Winnington, Francis, Sir, 1634-1700.
Lovelace, John Lovelace, Baron, 1638?-1693.
Related title Coll: Titus his speech in ye House of Comons [--] 1680.
Sir William Jones speech upon passing the bill against the D: of Yorke. Nov. 1680.
Debates in the House of Comons [sic] January the 7th 1680 [i.e. 1681] upon the kings message concerning the Bill of Exclusion.
Lord Lovelace's speech.
Speeches in the House of Commons.
November 17th being appointed for consideration of his Ma[ties] message, the order being read, it was moved as followeth.
Speech of a member upon the Irish information given in at the bar in writing.
Another speech by a person of honour Lord Wharton's sonne [Goodwin Wharton, Esq.].
Earle of Essex his speech at the delivering the following petition to his most sacred Majesty Janu[ary] 25th 1680 [i.e. 1681].
To the Kings most excellent Majesty, the humble petition and advice of the lords under named, peers of the realme.
Descript 8, [9] p.
Note In manuscript.
The last p. of ms. written on verso of a license to print dated and signed: 6th. Jan. 1680. Wi Williams, speaker.
Reproduction of original in: British Library.
Contents Coll: Titus his speech in ye House of Comons [sic] [--] 1680. -- S[ir] William Jones speech upon passing the bill against the D: of Yorke. Nov. 1680. -- Debates in the House of Comons [sic] January the 7th 1680 [i.e. 1681] upon the kings message concerning the Bill of Exclusion. -- The Lord L[ovelace]:s speech. -- Speeches in the House of Commons. -- November 17th being appointed for consideration of his Ma[ties] message, the order being read, it was moved as followeth. -- A speech of a member upon the Irish information given in at the bar in writing. -- Another speech by a person of honour Lord Wharton's sonne [Goodwin Wharton, Esq.]. -- The Earle of Essex his speech at the delivering the following petition to his most sacred Majesty Janu[ary] 25th 1680 [i.e. 1681]. -- To the Kings most excellent Majesty, the humble petition and advice of the lords under named, peers of the realme.
Series Early English books online.
Subject James II, King of England, 1633-1701
England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons
Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 1660-1688 -- Early works to 1800.
Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- Morocco -- Early wprks to 1800.
Morocco -- Foreign relations -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800.
Alt author Titus, Silius, 1623?-1704. Coll: Titus his speech in ye House of Comons -- 1680.
Jones, William, Sir, 1631-1682. Sir William Jones speech upon passing the bill against the D: of Yorke. Nov. 1680.
Essex, Arthur Capel, Earl of, 1631-1683. Speech at the delivery of the petition.
Wharton, Goodwin, 1653-1704.
Winnington, Francis, Sir, 1634-1700.
Lovelace, John Lovelace, Baron, 1638?-1693.
Related title Coll: Titus his speech in ye House of Comons [--] 1680.
Sir William Jones speech upon passing the bill against the D: of Yorke. Nov. 1680.
Debates in the House of Comons [sic] January the 7th 1680 [i.e. 1681] upon the kings message concerning the Bill of Exclusion.
Lord Lovelace's speech.
Speeches in the House of Commons.
November 17th being appointed for consideration of his Ma[ties] message, the order being read, it was moved as followeth.
Speech of a member upon the Irish information given in at the bar in writing.
Another speech by a person of honour Lord Wharton's sonne [Goodwin Wharton, Esq.].
Earle of Essex his speech at the delivering the following petition to his most sacred Majesty Janu[ary] 25th 1680 [i.e. 1681].
To the Kings most excellent Majesty, the humble petition and advice of the lords under named, peers of the realme.

Subject James II, King of England, 1633-1701
England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons
Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 1660-1688 -- Early works to 1800.
Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- Morocco -- Early wprks to 1800.
Morocco -- Foreign relations -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800.
Descript 8, [9] p.
Note In manuscript.
The last p. of ms. written on verso of a license to print dated and signed: 6th. Jan. 1680. Wi Williams, speaker.
Reproduction of original in: British Library.
Contents Coll: Titus his speech in ye House of Comons [sic] [--] 1680. -- S[ir] William Jones speech upon passing the bill against the D: of Yorke. Nov. 1680. -- Debates in the House of Comons [sic] January the 7th 1680 [i.e. 1681] upon the kings message concerning the Bill of Exclusion. -- The Lord L[ovelace]:s speech. -- Speeches in the House of Commons. -- November 17th being appointed for consideration of his Ma[ties] message, the order being read, it was moved as followeth. -- A speech of a member upon the Irish information given in at the bar in writing. -- Another speech by a person of honour Lord Wharton's sonne [Goodwin Wharton, Esq.]. -- The Earle of Essex his speech at the delivering the following petition to his most sacred Majesty Janu[ary] 25th 1680 [i.e. 1681]. -- To the Kings most excellent Majesty, the humble petition and advice of the lords under named, peers of the realme.
Alt author Titus, Silius, 1623?-1704. Coll: Titus his speech in ye House of Comons -- 1680.
Jones, William, Sir, 1631-1682. Sir William Jones speech upon passing the bill against the D: of Yorke. Nov. 1680.
Essex, Arthur Capel, Earl of, 1631-1683. Speech at the delivery of the petition.
Wharton, Goodwin, 1653-1704.
Winnington, Francis, Sir, 1634-1700.
Lovelace, John Lovelace, Baron, 1638?-1693.

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