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Cheife heads of each dayes proceedings in Parliament
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Cheife heads of each dayes proceedings in Parliament: and most meteriall collections of some letters, messuages, and other reports from Yorke, Glocester, Coventry, Lyme, Latham house, Cawood, Carlisle, Crake castle, Leichfield, Derby, Anan, Newnham, Scotland, Holland, Wales and other parts: from Wednesday the eighth of May, to Wednesday the 15th of May.
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Charles I" See other formats. Each regiment made a return of its grievances, and (by consent of the great majority of the officers) Lambert and others were appointed to collect from these regimental returns a summary of the common grievances of the whole army, to be presented to the commissioners and transmitted to Parliament (pp.
36, 42, 97). His Excellency and severall officers of the army treating on the Tuesday before with many of the best Members of Parliament about putting the governement of the nation into some honest and able persons till a new representative should bee chosen (for that the bill resolved to bee carried on by Parliament was not for dissolving this Parliament but recruiting itt with such as.
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Calendar-reformation. Or, An humble addresse to the Right Honorable the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, touching the dayes and moneths, that they may be taught to speak such a language as may become the Cheife heads of each dayes proceedings in Parliament book of a Christian.
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THE HISTORIE OF THE CHVRCH SINCE THE DAYES OF Our Saviour IESVS CHRIST, vntill this present Age. Devided into foure Bookes. The first containeth the whole Cheife heads of each dayes proceedings in Parliament book and practises of the Emperours, both of the West and East for, or against the Church; as also the wonderfull loue of God towards it, by whom it was so preserved, that neither by Tyranny it.
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The Duke of York's Laws, The Duke of Cheife heads of each dayes proceedings in Parliament book Laws for the government of the Colony of New York were compiled from the statutes for the government of the other English colonies in America, under the direction of Nicolls, the first English Governor.
They were promulgated at Hempstead, on Long Island, March 1,andFile Size: KB. I N this following Book as in a cleare and true Glasse, every impartiall and ingenuous Reader may plainly behold the many Deformities and great Spots of the Sectaries of these times, Spots of all kinds, Plague spots, Feaver spots, Purpule spots, Leprosie spots, Scurvey spots, Spots upon them discovering much malignity, rage & frensie, great corruption and infection, of whom may.
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A volume lettered " Council book from ," which extends to It begins with a meeting on 29 July,and goes onwards thenceforward. Each day's proceedings are, in the earlier portion and frequently afterwards, signed by the members present. In folio, leaves, written probably between and It wants several leaves at the beginning, and breaks off with the Third Book, adding the Acts of Parliament against the Mass, &c., passed in It formerly belonged to the Rev.
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Collected chiefly from old Manuscripts, Lieger-bookes, and other like Records, for the most part, never as yet Printed. With an Appendix here annexed: Wherein (for better satisfaction to the learned). Talcott Papers (), 37 Declaration of Ben Uncas and his Tribe, Feb.
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Full text of "History of Scots affairs, from MDCXXXVII to MDCXLI" See other formats. This is illustrated in Fig. 36, which is copied from Captain Sharp's log-book, with the actual courses and distances sailed each day resolved into their north-south and east-west components ("northing," "southing," "easting," and "westing").
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Full text of "The Virginia magazine of history and biography" See other formats. At a meeting of the Maryland Historical Society, at their rooms, on Decemthe Calvert Papers were formally presented to the Society.
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The main source of that tension was the revenue needs of the throne. By the s, Parliament had gained control over taxation, and the English monarchs were scrambling to develop independent sources of revenue that did not rely on Parliamentary approval.
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1 Reformation after mourning, is the second step to a solid peace, p. 2 The corruption of the Church, is the fountaine of our present misery, ibid. The State cannot be setled till the Church be first reformed, 3 Every man would help what hee can to .Ebook complete works of Captain John Smith (– ) Bibliography: p.
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