Assembly Right Of England London Early Works To 1800 : By the Council of State. A Proclamation. : Whereas the Parliament assembled at Westminster the third of November, one thousand six hundred and forty, is now dissolved, and the care and preservation of the publick in this interval, is in a special manner, committed by authority of Parliament, to the Council of State, ...; England and Wales.
Assembly Right Of Great Britain : Christian religious meetings allowed by liturgie are no seditious conventicles, nor punishable by the late act, or, What persons and meetings are owned and allowed by the liturgie of the Church of England : and also, what makes a religious meeting to pass and suffer under the name of a seditious conventicle, and likewise, what is a conventicle and what is not a conventicle ... / written the beginning of the fourth moneth in the year 1664 by R.F.; R. F.
Assembly Right Of Ireland Early Works To 1800 : By the Lord Lieutenant and Council, a proclamation. : Sydney, Whereas divers vagrant persons within this kingdom, do travel about in several parts thereof sesling [sic] and lodging themselves and their followers upon several of the inhabitants of this kingdom ...; Ireland.
Assembly Right Of Law And Legislation Early Works To 1800 : An appeal to the conscience of a fanatick : shewing that the King of England, by the fundamental laws of it, is as absolute and independent a monarch as any of the kings mentioned in Scripture, and consequently, as free as any of them from any humane coactive power to punish, censure, or dethrone him : whereunto is added, a short view of the laws both foreign and domestick, against seditious conventicles / by a barrister at law.; Lane, Bartholomew.
Asserio Rigaud De 1323 : The registers of John de Sandale and Rigaud de Asserio, bishops of Winchester (A.D. 1316-1323) / with an appendix of contemporaneous and other illustrative documents by F.J. Baigent.; Catholic Church.
Assessment Great Britain Early Works To 1800 : Die Sabathi 4° Martii, 1642. Whereas it is ordained in the ordinance for the weekly assessment, that if any person or persons shall find him, or themselves agrieved, that he or they, is, or are over rated, such person or persons at any time before distresse taken of his, or their goods, may complain to the respective committees who have executed this ordinance ....; England and Wales.