Great Britain History Anne 1702 1704 Early Works To 1800 : Die Lunae 27 Martii, 1704. It is resolved and declared by the lords spiritual and temporal in Parliament assembled, that the House of Commons taking upon them by their votes to condemn a judgement of the House of Lords, ....; England and Wales.
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Great Britain History Barons War 1263 1267 Early Works To 1800 : The full proceedings of the High Court of Justice against King Charles in Westminster Hall, on Saturday the 20 of January, 1648. : Together with the Kings reasons and speeches and his deportment on the scaffold before his execution. / translated out of the Latine by J.C. ; hereunto is added a parallel of the late wars, being a relation of the five years Civill Wars of King Henry the 3d. with the event of that unnatural war, and by what means the kingdome was settled again.
Great Britain History Campaigns Civil War 1642 1649 Early Works To : A briefe relation, abstracted out of severall letters, of a most hellish, cruell, and bloudy plot against the city of Bristoll, : hatched and contrived by the malignants of the said city, Prince Rupert, George Lord Digby, and their fellow cavalliers, to have massacred, murdered, plundered, and destroyed, not only the well affected in the said city, but all others, that had not the mark of the beast upon them; happily discovered and prevented by the goodnesse and mercy of God, upon Tuesday the 7th this instant March, a few houres before it should have been put in execution. March 13. 1642. Ordered by the House of Commons, that this relation be forthwith printed. H. Elsynge Cler. Parl. D. Com.
Great Britain History Chalres I 1625 1649 Early Works To 1800 : His Majesties gracious message to the army for peace. : And His desires touching the treaty: with His royall promise to them, upon the re-inthroning of His Royal Person, and disbanding of their forces. And Lieut. Gen. Cromwels declaration, for an agreement with the King, and his propositions touching the treaty. Signed, O. Cromwell. Also, a petition of the citizens of London, to the House of Commons on Munday last, concerning his Majesty; and the armies proposals to the City of London, in relation to the King and the treaty.; Cromwell, Oliver,
Great Britain History Charles 1 1642 1649 Early Works To : Sir John Evelyn his report from the committee, appointed to consider of the printing of the Lord Digbyes speech concerning the bill of attainder of the Earl of Strafford. : Whereunto is added the order for the burning of the said speech.; Evelyn, John,
Great Britain History Charles 1625 1649 Early Works To 1800 : His Maiesties most gratious ansvver to the votes of the two Houses of Parliament : presented to him at Carisbrook Castle, by the Right Honourable the Earle of Middlesex; Sir Io. Hipsley Knight; and John Bulkley Esquier, on Munday the 7th of this present, August. 1648. In order to a personall treaty for the settling a safe and a well grounded peace.; England and Wales.
Great Britain History Charles I 1600 1649 Early Works To 1800 : A declaration of the Lords and Commons in Parliament, concerning His Maiesties late proclamation. : Also the declaration of 7. Edw. I. which His Maiestie quotes in his proclamation. Also, that the Parliament hath proved the said proclamation to be void in law, and of none effect. Ordered by the Lords and Commons in Parliament, that this declaration be forth with printed and published. Ioh. Brown, Cleric. Parl.; England and Wales.
Great Britain History Charles I 1624 1649 Early Works To 1800 : Strange and bloody nevves from Miniard: or A bloodie massacre upon five Protestants by a company of papists, : meeting them as they were going to Miniard to take ship for Ireland. Also how they first encountred them, and how after some discourse upon religion, cruelly murdered them. As also, how they were taken, and carryed to Bristow Castle. With the copy of a letter found in one of their dublets, directed to the Bishop of Canterburie. As it was credibly reported by a gentleman of good worth, being an eyewitness to the same, and by the swiftness of his horse, escaped their bloodie hands,; Gentleman of good worth.
Great Britain History Charles I 1625 1647 Sources : The trve speech of Thomas Wentworth, late Earle of Strafford upon the scaffold, the twelfth of May. 1641. : With a true relation of the manner of his execution. : Together vvith a letter to His Maiestie.; Strafford, Thomas Wentworth,