Great Britain Politics And Government 1307 1327 : Placita Parlamentaria : una cum judiciis forensibus sive sententiis diffinitivis desuper latis, regnantibus Edwardo Primo & Edwardo Secundo Angliae Regibus : quibus appendix subjicitur annexa : contines collectionem quorundam exemplarium, sive transcriptorum statutorum, ordinationum, provisionum, inhibitionum, formularum, scriptorum originalium, ex re nata, super variis subjectis emissorum, prohibitionum & proclamationum, una cum confirmatione Magna Charta, & Charta de Forestia : necnon aliorum etiam recordorum, homagium illud Regi Angliae à Scotia, ab antiquo debitum, Hiberniaeque legibus Angliae subordinationem, quae probant, e rotulis, regnantibus Edwardo Primo & Edwardo Secundo extractorum : una cum supplicum quibusdam libellis, sive petitionibus, comitiis Parlamentariis, temporibus Regum diversorum convocatis, praesentatis, quibus rescripta, sive responsiones adjiciuntur / authore Gulielmo Ryley ...; Ryley, William,
Great Britain Politics And Government 1485 1603 Early Works To : The constitution of parliaments in England : deduced from the time of King Edward the Second, illustrated by King Charles the Second in his Parliament summon'd the 18 of February 1660/1. And dissolved the 24 of January 1678/9. Observed by Sr. John Pettus of Suffolk, Knight.; Pettus, John,
Great Britain Politics And Government 1558 1603 Sources Early Works : By the Queene. : A proclamation commanding all persons vpon the borders of England, to keepe peace towards Scotland, vpon the like proclamation by the King of Scots towards England. Whereas of late time there hath beene great disorders by incursions into our realme of multitude of Scottishmen dwelling vpon the borders of our realme towards Scotland, committing both murthers, taking of prisoners, burning of houses, and taking of goodes and cattell ...; England and Wales.
Great Britain Politics And Government 1600 1714 Early Works To : A new ballad of Jocky's iourney into England, in the year, 1681 : UUith his remarkes upon the times. When Jockey had discover'd all he sought, weighing how many were to troubles brought for being loyal, which since here a crime, in England will mispend no longer time; but by his friend advis'd, concludes to stay, to know the author of our Sham-Plot play, which being done, to Scotland he returns, prayes for his King, and our divisiions mourns. To the tune of, Mogey was Moou'd, &c.