2 edition of A collection of sundry petitions presented to the Kings most excellent Majesty found in the catalog.
A collection of sundry petitions presented to the Kings most excellent Majesty
by printed by T. Mabb for William Shears, at his shop in Bedford street, neer Covent-Garden in London
Written in English
|Genre||Early works to 1800|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1881:30|
|Contributions||Aston, Thomas, Sir, 1600-1645, England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 43,  p|
|Number of Pages||43|
the petition exhibited to his majesty by the lords spiritual and temporal, and commons in this present parliament assembled, concerning divers rights and liberties of the subjects, with the king's majesty's royal answer thereunto in full parliament. to the king's most excellent majesty. PREFACE TO THE FIRST EDITION. The following volumes furnish a collection of the Debates and Proceedings which took place in the different states, on the adoption of the Federal Constitution, as submitted by the General Convention, on the 17th of September, In the compilation, care has been taken to search into contemporary publications, in order to make the work as perfect as possible.
Alteration in the English Prayer Book Enjoined by Bishop Seabury. SAMUEL, by divine permission, Bishop of the Episcopal Church in the State of Connecticut, to the Clergy of the said Church, GREETING. I T having pleased Almighty GOD, that the late British Colony of Connecticut should become a free, sovereign and independent State, as it now is, some alterations in the Liturgy and Offices of. The King's Remembrancer was, accordingly, the recipient and custodian of great numbers of writs addressed to the barons of the Exchequer (brevia baronibus) authorising expenditures over the entire range of routine and current Crown business, and for issuing Exchequer writs authorising consequential expenditures or allowances to sheriffs, escheators, and other accountants.
Page [unnumbered] TO THE KINGS MOST EXCELLENT MAIESTIE. WHereas it hath pleased your MAIESTIE, out of your Royall care of the safety and welfare of your Subiects, by your speciall Command, as also by Order from the Lords of your MAIESTIES most Ho∣nourable Priuie Councell to enioyne the Colledge of Physicians to renew their for∣mer book touching their medicins against the infection, and . All References, Petition (Docs) By reference August 6, Leave a comment The Petition exhibited to his Majesty by the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, in this present Parliament assembled, concerning divers Rights and Liberties of the Subjects, with the King’s Majesty’s royal answer thereunto in full Parliament.
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A collection of sundry petitions presented to the Kings Most Excellent Majesty: as also, to the two Most Honourable Houses, now assembled in Parliament, and others already signed, by most of the gentry, ministers and freeholders of several counties: in behalf of episcopacy, lyturgy, rights of the Crown, and liberty of the subject: in opposition to popery, presbytery, anarchy, and confusion.
Get this from a library. A collection of sundry petitions presented to the Kings most excellent Majesty: As also, to the two most honourable Houses, now assembled in Parliament.
And others already signed, by most of the gentry, ministers and freeholders of severall counties, in behalf of episcopacy, liturgy, and supportation of church revenues, and suppression of schismaticks. Get this from a library. A collection of sundry petitions presented to the Kings most excellent Majestie: As also to the two most honourable Houses, now assembled in Parliament.
And others, already signed, by most of the gentry, ministers, and free-holders of severall counties, in behalfe of episcopacie, liturgie, and supportation of church-revenues, and suppression of schismaticks. Get this from a library. A collection of sundry petitions presented to the Kings Most excellent Majestie.: As also to the two most honourable Houses, now assembled in Parliament.
And others, already signed, by most of the gentry, ministers, and free-holders of severall counties, in behalfe of episcopacie, liturgie, and supportation of church-revenues, and suppression of schismaticks.
Aston also made 'A Collection of Sundry Petitions presented to the King's most excellent Majesty, as also to the two Houses now assembled in Parliament. And others already signed by most of the gentry, ministers, and freeholders of several counties,' (Bodleian).
When the war broke out between the king and parliament. Political background. Following the end of the French and Indian War (the North American theater of the Seven Years' War) inrelations between the colonies and Britain had been e the war had plunged the British government deep into debt, Parliament enacted a series of measures to increase tax revenue from the colonies.
These acts, such as the Stamp Act of and the. To the King's Most Excellent Majesty: Most Gracious Sovereign: We, your Majesty's faithful subjects of the Colonies of New-Hampshire, Massachusetts Bay, Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations, Connecticut, New-York, New-Jersey, Pennsylvania, the Counties of New-Castle, Kent, and Sussex, on Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina, in behalf of ourselves and the.
Petition to the King To the King's Most Excellent Majesty: in sundry cases, by that Statute made capital, be deprived of a trial by their peers of the vicinage.
we present this Petition only to obtain redress of Grievances, and relief from fears and jealousies, occasioned by the system of Statutes and Regulations adopted since the close.
The Declaration of Dependence signed by New York City Loyalists in November was not the only such declaration written and signed by loyal inhabitants of the colony of New York soon after British military forces established their presence in the region.
At least three others are known to exist, bearing a total of 3, signatures of individuals willing to pledge their support of, and. Books at Amazon. The Books homepage helps you explore Earth's Biggest Bookstore without ever leaving the comfort of your couch. Here you'll find current best sellers in books, new releases in books, deals in books, Kindle eBooks, Audible audiobooks, and so much more.
Ap "A Declaration of the present State of Virginia humbly presented to the King's most excellent Majesty by the Company for Virginia." A pro-Sandys document. (online Thomas Jefferson Papers, American Memory collection of the Library of Congress) (Kingsbury II, ) [Display Quote].
Petition of Right () The Petition exhibited to his Majesty by the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, in this present Parliament assembled, concerning divers Rights and Lib-erties of the Subjects, with the King’s Majesty’s royal answer thereunto in full Parliament To the King’s Most Excellent Majesty.
Read Sundry Warrants as pr Warrant Book from N o to N o Inclusive, and sundry Patents as pr Patent Book from N o 1 to N o 96 Inclusive which were signed and passed excepting N o 33, 35, 37, 94, 95 Inclusive which were signed and passed.
Read the Petition of John Bravard setting forth That by a mistake of the Surveyors the word West in the second Course of his Patent for Acres of. A petition from the citizens of London, September To the King's most excellent Majesty.
The humble petition of your Majesty's subjects, the citizens of London. Most gracious Sovereign, Because of the duty and obedience which we owe to your sacred Majesty, we humbly present to your princely wisdom the following complaints.
Title An exact collection of all remonstrances, declarations, votes, orders, ordinances, proclamations, petitions, messages, answers, and other remarkable passages between the Kings most excellent Majesty, and his high court of Parliament beginning at.
Large image. Brief description This book is a relatively well-preserved example of an early English book published in the s. for they were in such a Case by reason of the murder done all ouer the land they they could not plant anything att all, and att euerie Plantacion all of them for the most part were slaine and theyr howses and goods burnt the land is ruinated and spoyled, and itt will not bee soe stronge againe not this 12 yeares, for att our Plantacion of seuenscore, there was butt 22 lefte aliue.
Massachusetts. () To the King and Queen's most excellent majesties. The humble address and petition of the Governour, council, and convention of representatives of the people of your majesties collony of the Massachusets, in New-England Regarding general restora.
London. Ma Letter of George Sandys to Miles Sandys. George was a colonist in Virginia, brother to Edwin Sandys, head of the Virginia Company in London. (Kingsbury IV, ) (online Thomas Jefferson Papers, American Memory collection of the Library of Congress) See also five other letters by Sandys written in March and April (online Thomas Jefferson Papers, American Memory collection.
A Lthough it cannot be unknown to our Subjects by the former Declarations We have published and proceedings have been in matters of Religion since our coming to this Crown: yet the same being now by Us reduced to a settled form, We have occasion to repeat some what of that which hath passed; And how at our very first entry into the Realm being.
Collection: Southeastern Native American Documents, Title: [Legal] petition of John Whiteside and Thomas Lebreton [on behalf of] Isaac Levy, [to] the King's most Excellent Majesty in Council Date of Original: / Subject: Creek Indians--Land tenure Indian land transfers Bosomworth, Thomas LeBreton, Thomas Musgrove, Mary.
To the King' s Most Excellent Majesty: MOST GRACIOUS SOVEREIGN: We, your Majesty' s faithful subjects of the Colonies of New-Hampshire, Massachusetts Bay, Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations, Connecticut, New-York, New-Jersey, Pennsylvania, the Counties of New-Castle, Kent, and Sussex, on Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, and.people crie out day, and night, Oh that they were in England without their lymbes and would not care to loose anie lymbe to bee in England againe, yea though they beg from doore to doore, for wee live in feare of the Enimy everie hower the nighest helpe that Wee haue is ten miles of vs, and when the rogues overcame this place last, they slew 80 Persons how then shall wee doe for wee lye.[An act for granting an aid to His Majesty by a land tax, to be raised in Great Britain, for the service of the year one thousand seven hundred and sixty two.] (London:: Printed by Mark Baskett, Printer to the King's most excellent Majesty, and by the assigns of Robert Baskett, ), also by Mark Baskett (page images at HathiTrust).