Great Britain Kings And Rulers Finance : By the King : trustie and welbeloved, we greet you well : hauing obserued in the presidents and customes of former times, that the kings and queenes of this our realme vpon extraordinary occasions haue vsed either to resort to those contributions ...; Charles
Great Britain Kings And Rulers Law And Legislation : Anno regni Jacobi II Regis Angliæ, Scotiæ, Franciæ, & Hiberniæ primo : at the Parliament begun at Westminster the nineteenth day of May, Anno Dom. 1685, in the first year of the reign of our most gracious soveraign Lord James, by the grace of God of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, King, Defender of the faith, &c.; England and Wales.
Great Britain Kings And Rulers Prophecies : Wonderful predictions of Nostredamus, Grebner, David Pareus, and Antonius Torquatus : wherein the grandeur of Their present Majesties, the happiness of England, and downfall of France and Rome, are plainly delineated : with a large preface, shewing, that the crown of England has been not obscurely foretold to Their Majesties William III and Mary, late Prince and Princess of Orange, and that the people of this ancient monarchy have duly contributed thereunto, in the present assembly of Lords and Commons, notwithstanding the objections of men and different extremes.; Atwood, William,
Great Britain Kings And Rulers Religious Aspects Sermons : A sermon at the solemnizing of the happie inauguration of our most gracious and religious soueraigne King Iames : wherein is manifestly proued, that the soueraignty of kings is immediatly from God, and second to no authority on earth whatsoeuer : preached at Paules Crosse, the 24. of March last 1608 / by Richard Crakanthorpe ...; Crakanthorpe, Richard,
Great Britain Kings And Rulers Salaries Pensions Etc : The speech of the Right Honourable Henry Powle, Esq., speaker of the House of Commons : upon passing the bill, intitled, An act for the granting a present aid to Their Majesties, on Thursday, the 21th day of March 1688.; Powle, Henry,
Great Britain Kings And Rulers Sucession Early Works To 1800 : Discoverye of a counterfecte conference helde at a counterfecte place, by counterfecte travellers, for thadvancement of a counteerfecte tytle, and invented, printed, and published by one (person) that dare not avovve his name; Constable, Henry,
Great Britain Kings And Rulers Tables Early Works To 1800 : A perfect and most usefull table to compute the year of our Lord : with the several years of the Kings reigns, beginning with Henry the eight, which is 150 years since, whereby the true date of any deed since that time may presently be found out with much facility, and undoubted certainty. Also, to know the county dayes for each county in England for this year, and which hereby may be known for ever, because they are and must be constantly kept that day month in each county, London onely excepted, as underneath appears.; W. H.
Great Britain Kings And Rulersl Early Works To 1800 : Sionis reductio, & exultatio. Or, Sions return out of captivity : with Sions reioycing for her return. A discourse, intended for the solemn festivity of the English nation, at Livorno in Italy, upon the happy news of King Charles the Second his return into England, which was there celebrated with munificent feasting, and magnificent shows, fire-works, and other signs of triumph, three days together, in the month of July anno Dom. 1660. Since occasionally preached in part, at St. Margarets in Westminster, the Sonday [sic] after the solemnization of the Kings birth-day, and entry into London; and now presented to publick view, as to correct the mis-apprehension, and mis-interpretation of some that were present; so to prevent the mis-information, and depravation of others that were absent. By Ro. le Grosse, cleric. An orthodox priest of the Church of England; and D. Oecumenical, then residing in Livorno, at his return from grand Cairo in Egypt.; Le Grosse, Robert.
Great Britain Labor : Women in the British Labour & Democratic Movement.; Communist Party of Great Britain.
Great Britain Law And Legislation 17th Century : The suffering case and complaint of some of the people called Quakers: : concerning some undue execution of the late Poll Acts, by distraining the goods of certain persons as preachers or ministers for twenty shillings quarterly, who have no contributions for preaching. With some reasons against such execution. Humbly presented to the members of Parliament, requesting prevention of the like suffering for the future.