4 edition of His Majesties message to both Houses of Parliament, 28. April 1642 found in the catalog.
His Majesties message to both Houses of Parliament, 28. April 1642
England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I).
by Printed by Robert Barker ... and by the assignes of John Bill in York
Written in English
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1184:28|
|Contributions||Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 10 p|
|Number of Pages||10|
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An adherent of Lord Danby (Sir Thomas Osborne†) since the s, Goodricke played an active role as Danby’s second-in-command in the Williamite rising in the North in , for which he was rewarded with the office of lieutenant-general of the Ordnance, a post previously held by both his father-in . The declaration agreed upon by the committee of the House of Commons appointed to sit in the Guildhall in London, to consider of the safety of the kingdom, and of the city of London, and of the preserving the priviledges of Parliament / Published: ().
This book, originally from the library of Wallace Notestein, has a compilation of approximately thirty-four pamphlets. The included pamphlets are listed below, each pamphlet can be viewed separately by clicking the link. Good Newes From Colonel Hollis His Regiment The Order and Forme for Church Government The Reasons of the House of Commons An Ordinance of the Lords and Commons Assembled in. Message from both Houses of Parliament sent to Yorke to the Kings most excellent Majesty, the 28 of March Miscellaneous Documents. Miscellaneous Documents.
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Parliament.; England and Wales. Sovereign ( Charles I)]. His Majesties gracious message to both Houses of Parliament sent from Nottingham the 25 of August, by the Earles of Southampton and Dorset, Sir Iohn Culpeper Knight, Chancellour of the Exchequer, and Sir William VVedall Knight by England and Wales.
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Cambridge [Cambridgeshire]: By Roger Daniel, Wing / CA English Reproduction of the original in the Harvard. Basiliká the works of King Charles the martyr: with a collection of declarations, treaties, and other papers concerning the differences betwixt His said Majesty and his two houses of Parliament: with the history of his life: as also of his tryal and martyrdome.
1 Charles I His Majesties Answer to the Nineteen Propositions of Both Houses of Parliament ()We call to God to witness that, as for our subjects' sake these rights are vested in us, so for their sakes, as well as for our own, we are resolved not to quit them, nor to subvert (though in a parliamentary way) the ancient, equal, happy, well-poised, and never enough commended Constitution.
House of Lords Journal Volume 4: 2 April ; House of Lords Journal Volume 4: 2 April Pages Journal of the House of Lords: Volume 4, Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, This free content was digitised by double Message from both Houses to the King, about the E.
of Warwick. The Leader of Her Majesty's Most Loyal Opposition, more commonly known simply as the Leader of the Opposition, is the politician who leads the official opposition in the United Kingdom.
The Leader of the Opposition by convention leads the largest party not within the government: where one party wins outright this is the party leader of the second largest political party in the House of Commons.
Digges, Dudley, An Answer to a Printed Book [by Henry Parker] intituled Observations upon some of His Majesties Late Answers and Expresses, p.
23, Thomason Catalogue, I, A Complaint to the House of Commons, pp.Thomason Catalogue, I, The latter is a fair example of the type of short incidental pamphlet which has been crowded out. HMSO also took over as official publisher for both houses of Parliament from Hansard in   InHMSO was granted Letters Patent under which it was appointed as Queen's Printer of Acts of Parliament ("printer to Her Majesty of all Acts of Parliament").
Book/Printed Material His Majesty's most gracious speech to both Houses of Parliament, on Friday, Octo Philadelphia: Printed by Hall & Sellers. That the precious Liberties of the Subject (the common Birth-right of every Englishman) may be as in all other Points preserved entire, so in this also, that no Order, in either or both Houses, not grounded on the Laws of the Land, may be enforced on the Subject, until it be fully enacted by Parliament.
" That His Majesty's Gracious Message. HIS MAJESTY's Most gracious SPEECH To both Houses of PARLIAMENT, On FRIDAY Octo LONDON, October YESTERDAY about noon his Majesty went from the Queen's Palace to St. James's, attended only by two footmen behind his coach.
About ten minutes before two his Majesty got into the state coach, attended by the Duke of Ancanster and Lord Bruce, and proceeded to the House. The State Opening of Parliament is an event which formally marks the beginning of a session of the Parliament of the United includes a speech from the throne known as the Queen's Speech (or the King's Speech).The State Opening is an elaborate ceremony showcasing British history, culture and contemporary politics to large crowds and television viewers.In JanuaryKing Charles I took hundreds of soldiers with him to break into the House of Commons, seeking the arrest of “five members” who intended to impeach the Queen.
However King Charles I failed. This book records the King’s speech, named “His Majesties Speech in the House of Commons”.28 May Ordinance for raising men for Ireland. 4 June An Ordinance for the securing the sum of £, agreed to be lent the Parliament by several companies and citizens of London for the use of the Kingdom.
9 June Ordinance for bringing in Plate, Money, and Horses. 17 June The Ordinance for the Sea-Adventure to Ireland.