4 edition of His Maiesties speech to the gentlemen of Yorkshire, on Thursday the fourth of August 1642 found in the catalog.
His Maiesties speech to the gentlemen of Yorkshire, on Thursday the fourth of August 1642
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 246:E. 109, no. 26.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 5 p.|
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Get this from a library. His Maiesties speech to the gentlemen of Yorkshire, on Thursday the fourth of August. Also a list of the names of the counsell of war now resident with his Maiesty. [Charles, King of England; England and Wales. Sovereign ( Charles I)]. Get this from a library.
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By Author: King of England Charles I. Get this from a library. His Majesties speech to the gentlemen of Yorkshire on Thursday the fourth of August [Charles, King of England].
His Maiesties speech to the knights, gentlemen, and freeholders of the county of Lincoln, at Lincoln His Majesties speech to the gentlemen of Yorkshire on Thursday the fourth of August by Charles I King of England 2 editions - first published in Not in Library.
His Majesties answer to the petition of the Lords and Commons in. 46 See His Maiesties Speech to the Gentlemen of Yorkshire (London: Banks, Tho.
and Ley, Will., ). TT E. (26). Other royalists tracts published by Banks include Englands Absolute Monarchy, or Government of Great Britaine (London: Bankes, Thomas, ). TT E. (3). Parliament () House of Commons (page images at HathiTrust) Lenthall, William, His Maiesties speech to both houses of Parliament, July the 5th with Mr.
Speakers speech, before the King, in the vpper house of Parliament, July the 3,concerning the passing of three bills, 1.
poll-money, 2. Star-chamber, 3. high commission. Paragraph 1: Why do you think Henry begins his speech with the statement "Mr. President: No man thinks more highly than I do of the patriotism, as well as the abilities of the very worthy gentlemen who have just addressed the house.
But different men often see the same subject in different lights.". His Maiesties speech to the knights, gentlemen, and freeholders of the county of Lincoln, at Lincoln: Charles I, King of England, /  His Maiesties speech to the gentlemen of Yorkshire, on Thursday the fourth of August also a list of the names of the counsell of war now resident with His.
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Chadlicot, Thomas. / [August ] A speech spoken by a worthy and learned gentleman, Master Thomas Chadlicot, Esquire: in the behalfe of the King and Parliament, at Bishops Cannings in Wiltshire; before one Master Blithe a minister of Gods Word, and Master Lewin a councellour at law.
A letter directed to Master Bridgeman, the fourth of Ianuary, and a letter inclosed in it, to one Master Anderton, were this day read and ordered to be entred To the worshipfull, and my much honoured friend Orlando Bridgeman Esquier, and a burgesse of the Parl.
at his. Be kind and polite to this gentleman. Follow him around. Leap and dance for him. Feed him apricots and blackberries, with purple grapes, green figs, and mulberries.
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Sovereign ( Charles I) and King Charles I of England (HTML at EEBO TCP). Kings Maiesties Speech As It Was Delivered by Him in the Upper House of the Parliament Weekly News (Fourth Series) - August 29 Numb 27 the Continuation of Our Weekely Newes Weekly News (Second Series) - October 11 Number 1 Our Last Weekely Newes His Maiesties Speach in the Starre-Chamber the XX of Iune Anno A sermon preached before His Maiestie on Sunday the fifth of August last at Holdenbie by the Bishop of Elie, His Maiesties almoner.
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His Majesties speech to the gentry of the county of Yorke, attending his Majestie at the city of Yorke, on Thursday the 12th of May, ([London]: Printed at Yorke, and now reprinted at London by Alice Norton, for Humphrey Tuckey, at the Blacke spread Eagle in Fleet-street, ), by England and Wales.An illustration of an open book.
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