Lancashire Plot 1689 1694 Poetry : A poem humbly presented to His Most Excellent Majesty King William the Third : upon his most miraculuous and happy preservation from that barbarous Jacobitish conspiracy to assassinate His Royal Person, February anno 1695 / by R.B.; Bovet, Richard,
Lancashire Plot 1689 1694 Sources : A new discovery of the horrid association & conspiracy of the papists in Lancashire : to raise war and rebellion in the kingdom of England, during the absence of King William in Ireland. : In a letter of instructions from a Roman Catholick of great quality, in London, to a papist mutineer in Lancashire.; Greenwood, Jonathan.
Lancashire Plot 1689 1695 Early Works To 1800 : The arraignment, tryal, and condemnation of Peter Cooke, Gent. for high-treason, in endeavouring to procure forces from France to invade this kingdom, and conspiring to levy war in this realm for assisting and abetting the said invasion, in order to the deposing of His sacred Majesty, King William, and restoring the late King : Who upon full evidence was found guilty at the Sessions-House in the Old-Baily, on Wednesday the 13th of May, 1696. And received sentence the same day. With the learned arguments both of the King's and prisoner's council upon the new Act of Parliament for regulating tryals in cases of treason. Perused by the Lord Chief Justice Treby, and the council present at the tryal.; Cooke, Peter,
Lancaster England County Palatine History Sources : To the honourable the House of Commons now assembled in Parliament : The humble petition of divers knights, esquires, ministers, gentlemen, and freeholders of the Countie Palatine of Lancaster.
Lancaster England County Palatine Politics And Government 17th Centur : An act for continuing John Bradshaw serjeant at law, chancellor of the dutchy and county palatine of Lancaster : and Bartholomew Hall Esq; attorney-general of the dutchy of Lancaster; and for continuing the jurisdictions of the said dutchy and county palatine of Lancaster.; England and Wales.
Lancaster England History Sources : To the Kings Most Excellent Maiesty, the humble petition of divers recusants and others in the county of Lancaster : that they may be received into His Majesties protection, and have their arms re-delivered to them, for the defence of His Majesties person, and their families : together with His Majesties commission to Sir William Gerard Baronet, Sir Cecill Trafford Knight, and other His Majesties subjects recusants in the same county : charging and commanding them to provide with all possible speed sufficient armes for the defence of His Majesties person, or them against all force raised by any colour of any order or ordinance whatsoever without His Maiesties consent.
Lancaster England History Sources Early Works To 1800 : To the Kings most excellent Maiesty, : the humble petition of divers recusants and others, in the county of Lancaster, that they may be ceceived [sic] into his Maiesties protection, and have their armes redelivered to them, for the defence of his Majesties person, and their families. Together with his Majesties commission to Sir William Gerard Baronet, Sir Cecill Trafford knight, and other his Majesties subjects recusants in the same county, charging and commanding them to provide with all possile speed sufficient armes for the defence of his Maiesties person, or them against all force raised by any colour of any order or ordinance whatsoever without his Maiesties consent. Ordered by the Commons in Parliament that the petition and answer bee forthwith prynted and published. H. Elsynge. Cler. Parl. D. Com.
Lancaster James 1618 : Eastward ho! : the first English adventurers to the Orient : Richard Chancellor, Anthony Jenkinson, James Lancaster, William Adams, Sir Thomas Roe.; Dulles, Foster Rhea.
Lancaster James Sir 1618 : Lancaster his allarums, honorable assaultes, and supprising of the block-houses and store-houses belonging to Fernand Bucke in Brasill : With his braue attempt in landing in the mouth of the ordinaunce there, which were cannons culuering, cannon periall and sacres of brasse, with other sundry his most resolute and braue attempts in that country. From whence he laded of their spoyles and rich commodities he there found fifteene good ships, which was sinemon, sugar, pepper, cloues, mace, calloco-cloth and brassel-wood with other commodities. With the names of such men of worth hauing charge within this most honorable attempt lost their liues. Published for their eternall honor. by a vvelvviller.; H. R.
Lancaster Joseph 1778 1838 : Joseph Lancaster 1778-1838 : a bibliographical account of his life and system of reading.; McGarry, Kevin J.
Lancaster Robert 1603 Or 4 : The Antinomians Christ confovnded and the Lords Christ exalted : in which is contained a briefe confutation of Dr. Crispe and Mr. Lancaster : also a combat with the Antinonians Christ in his den, his arraignment, and the fainting soule built upon the true rocke, against which the gates of hell shall not prevaile ...; Bakewell, Thomas,
Lancaster Robert 1603 Or 4 Vindicae Evangelii : The antinomians Christ confovnded, and the Lords Christ exalted. In which is contained a briefe confutation of Dr. Crispe and Mr Lancaster. Also, a combat with the Antinomians Christ in his den, his arraignment; and the fainting soule built upon the true rocke, against which the gates of hell shall not prevaile, Mat. 6.18. Imprimatur James Cranford.; Bakewell, Thomas,
Land Banks England Ealry Works To 1800 : A proposal for a national bank, consisting of land or any other valuable securities or depositums, with a grand cash for returns of money, &c. From all parts wtihin His Majesty's dominions of England, Scotland and Ireland, &c. : The whole to be under the care, inspection, trust and controul of the publick authority and legal magistracy. As the same was presented to the right honourable, Sr. Thomas Lane, Knight, Lord Mayor of the City of London. / By Robert Murray, Gent.; Murray, Robert,