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His Maiesties declaration to all his loving subjects of August 12. 1642

England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I).

His Maiesties declaration to all his loving subjects of August 12. 1642

by England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I).

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Published by Printed by His Majesties special command ... by N.N. in Cambridge .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • England and Wales. -- Parliament,
  • Great Britain -- History -- Civil War, 1642-1649

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 811:9
    ContributionsCharles I, King of England, 1600-1649
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination38 p
    Number of Pages38
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15025181M

    The ordinance and declaration of the Lords and Commons: for the assessing all such who have not contributed sufficiently for raising of money, plate, &c. with His Majesties declaration to all his loving subjects upon occasion thereof. Published: (). His Majesties speech to the gentry of the county of York: attending His Majesty at the city of Yorke, on Thursday the of May, With their humble answer, on Friday the 13 of May, Together with the humble petition of many thousand faithfull and peaceably affected subjects of the county of York, who were there assembled, 13 May

    DEClAkATION FROMBOTHHOUSES OFPARLIAMENT. Withtheadditional!Reafbnslaft prefentedtoHisMajesty- SahhatbiMartii OrderedbytheLordsandCommonsinParlia. His Maiesties declaration: to all his loving subjects, [microform]: of the causes which moved him to dissolve the last Parliament. / Published by His Majesties speciall command. Dublin: Printed by the Societie of Stationers, printers to the Kings Most Excellent Majestie., MDCXL. [] [2], 26 p. STC (2nd ed.), |ESTC S England and.

    / [Printed, ] A moderate and most proper reply to a declaration, printed and published under His Maiesties name, December 8 intended against an ordinance of Parliament for assessing, but indeed animating and encouraging the malignants, and delinquents, in their violent courses, for the maintenance of themselves, and their malignant army. [CORRECTED - ] T () Charles I, His Majesties Declaration to all His loving Subjects (23 November, ). His Majesties DECLARATION Concerning the ARMY, AND His Resolution touching their late Remonstrance, to proceed by the way of Charge against His Royall person (22 Nov. ).


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Get this from a library. His Maiesties declaration to all his loving subjects of August [Charles, King of England; England and Wales. Sovereign ( Charles I)]. His Majesties Declaration to all his Loving Subjects of Aug p. 63; cf. the King’s declaration on the parliamentary assessment ordinance of 8 Dec.The Ordinance and Declaration of the Lords and Commons for the Assessing (Oxford, ) pp.

13–14; Clarendon, History, vol. ii, p. ; for similar remarks on the arbitrariness of the ‘twentieth part’, see A Cited by: 3. A Relation of the Battel between his Majesty's Army and the Parliament's Forces, under the Command of the Earl of Essex, at Edghill near Keynton in the County of Warwick, Octob.

the 23d,His Majesties Declaration to all his Loving Subjects after his late Victory against the Rebels, on Sunday the 23d of October, Charles I, King of England, His Majesties Declaration to Both Houses of Parliament, Mar Which He Likewise Recommends to the Consideration of All His Loving Subjects, in Answer to That Presented to Him at New-Market the 9.

of March (York: Printed by R. Barker et al., ) (page images at HathiTrust). His Majesty's Declaration to all his loving Subjects, upon Occasion of his late Messages to both Houses of Parliament, and their Refusal to Treat with him for the Peace of the Kingdom. The King's Declaration that the Parliament refuse a Treaty, Sept.

A declaration of His Maiesties royall pleasure in what sort he thinketh fit to enlarge or reserue himselfe in matter of bountie by England and Wales. Sovereign ( James I); Gordon, J. (John William), Pages: Historical preface: ; Historical preface: Towards the close of the year the king issued a declaration to all his "loving subjects of his kingdom of Scotland," in which he appealed to them not to suffer themselves to be misled and corrupted in their affection and duty to him by the cunning, malice, and industry of seditious.

They doe Declare and Ordain, That it is, and shall be lawfull, for all His Majesties loving Subjects, by force of Arms to resist the said severall Parties, and their Accomplices, and all other that shall raise or conduct any other Forces for the ends aforesaid, and that the Earl of Essex Lord Generall, with all his Forces raised by the authority of Parliament: as likewise the Lord Say.

His Majesty's Declaration. Being by God's ordinance, according to our just title, Defender of the Faith, and Supreme Governor of the Church, within these our dominions, we hold it most agreeable to this our kingly office, and our own religious zeal, to conserve and maintain the Church committed to our charge, in the unity of true religion, and in the bond of peace; and not Author: The Hackney Hub.

His Majesties declaration to all his loving subjects 4 editions - first published in His Majesties message to the Lords and Commons in Parliament, Sept. 5 4 editions - first published in His Maiesties declaration to both Houses of Parliament 3 editions - first published in By the King.

A Proclamation by His Majestie, requiring the Aid and Assistance of all His Subjects on the Northside Trent, and within twenty Miles Southward thereof, for the suppressing of the Rebels, now marching against Him. [York 12 August ] By the King.

His Majesty's Proclamation for the Adjournment of part of Michaelmasse Term. His Maiesties Declaration to All His Loving Subiects Vpon Occasion of His Late Messages to Both Houses of Parliament, and Their Refusall to Treat /5. His Majesties Declaration to Both Houses of Parliament, Mar Which He Likewise Recommends to the Consideration of All His Loving Subjects, in Answer to That Presented to Him at New-Market the 9.

of March (York: Printed by R. Barker et al., ), by King Charles I of England (page images at HathiTrust). His Maiesties royall declaration and protestation to all his loving subjects in England being a full satisfaction to all the whole world against all aspersions which have lately been cast upon His Majesty, that he is popishly affected, to the great dishonour of His Majesty and the withdrawing his loving subjects from him: together with his gracious resolution for the maintenance of the true Protestant religion the laws and liberties of the subject.

27 Foxe, p. The atrocity stories from the Irish Rebellion, of course, were not all borrowed directly from Foxe. The Christian religion has a tradition of martyrdoms that goes back to its foundation, while the “black legend” of Spain and the atrocity stories of the Thirty Years' War were crucial sources of anti-Catholic imagery for English people in the by: A second letter to a friend, concerning the French invasion in which the declaration lately dispersed under the title of His Majesty's most gracious declaration to all his loving subjects, commanding their assistance against the P.

of Orange and his adherents, is entirely and exactly published, according to the dispersed copies: with some short observations upon it.

Author of His Majesties most gracious and royal commission for the relief of poor distressed prisoners, His Maiesties declaration to all his loving subjects, to preserve inviolable the securities by him given for moneys, and the due course of payments thereupon in the receipt of the Exchequer, His Majesties declaration against the French, A proclamation discharging.

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His Maiesties gracious and last message, sent by the Earle of Dorset from Nottingham 25 August His Majesties declaration and profession disavowing any preparations or intentions in him to leavy warre against his Houses of Parliament: His Majestie's declaration, in answer to a declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in.A letter sent from His Highness the Prince of Wales, to His Majesties loyall and faithfull subjects within the realm of England; declaring, his great and earnest desires to the City of London, in the behalf of His Royall father the King.

71 His Majesties Declaration to All His Loving Subjects, Concerning the Treasonable Conspiracy Against His Sacred Person and Government, Lately Discovered (London, ) (reprinted under slightly different title in Cited by: