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His Majesties last remonstrance to the whole kingdome of England
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 242:E. 86, no. 1.|
|Contributions||Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649|
|The Physical Object|
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Get this from a library. His Majesties last remonstrance to the whole kingdome of England: in vindication of his royall integrity from the calumnious aspersions of some, who report that He doth only pretend peace, but not intend it, with his high court of parliament.
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16 Septemb. Ordered by the Lords in Parliament, That this Message with the Answer shalbe forthwith printed and published. Brown Cler. Parliamentorum. Charles II, King of England, / [/4] His Majesties gracious speech to both Houses of Parliament, Janu /4 as also, a letter from the States General of the United Provinces, to His Majesty the King of Great Britain, &c., January 14/24, /4: together with certain proposals from the said States-General to His Majesty.
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By the King, His Majesties gratious offer of pardon to the rebells now in armes against him, under the command of Robert Earle of Essex by England and ign ( Charles I). 2 editions - first published in A remonstrance of the state of the kingdom. Die Mercurii Decemb. It is this day resolv'd upon the question, by the House of Commons; that order shall be now given for the printing of this remonstrance, of the state of the kingdom.
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But if this is allowed, then ‘this whole Kingdome shall consist only of a King, a Parliament, and Slaves’. 75 A Remonstrance published a few days later reiterated that, if the kingdom is to be governed merely ‘by the will of the Prince and his Favourites’, they will soon be able to ‘become masters of our Religion and liberties to make Cited by: His Majesties Answer to a Book, Intituled, the Declaration, or Remonstrance of the Lords and Commons, the 19 of May, () avg rating — 0 ratings — 2 editions/5.
The petition and reasons of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament unto His Maiestie (with the reasons moving them to advise His Majesty) to decline his intended journey into Ireland: sent to York by the Earl of Stamford, Sir Iohn Culpepper Knight, Chancellour of the Exchequer, and Anthony Hungerford Esquire: who presented the same to His Majestie at Yorke, on Monday last, being the.
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On 12 Julythe various Anglo-Saxon kingdoms were united by Demonym(s): English. His motives for committing the crime are stated to have been a desire of revenge for the coldness with which the King, in the latter years of his reign, began to regard him; his fear that James intended to degrade him; and his hope that the great influence he possessed over the mind of the heir-apparent would last through a new reign, if the.
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The said Petition and Remonstrance, then so presented, were as follows. The Petition of the House of Commons, which accompanied the Remonstrance of the State of the Kingdom, when it was presented to His Majesty at Hampton Court, Decemb.
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