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A declaration by the Kings Majestie concerning His Majesties going away from Hampton-Court
|Statement||written by his own hand and left upon the table in His Majesties bed-chamber, dated at Hampton-Court Novemb. 11, 1647 : presented to the Parliament ... Friday Nov. 12, 1647, with His Majesties propositions for satisfying of the Presbyterians and Independents, the Army, and all His Majesties subjects of England and Scotland.|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1481:21.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 6 p.|
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Get this from a library. A declaration by the Kings Majestie concerning His Majesties going away from Hampton-Court. [Charles, King of England]. A declaration by the Kings Majestie concerning His Majesties going away from Hampton-Court / presented to the Parliament Friday Nov.
12,with His Majesties propositions for satisfying of the Presbyterians and Independents, the Army, and all His Majesties subjects of England and Scotland. THIS declaration was a reissue by Charles of a previous declaration on the subject by King James into which Charles adds a few words of his own, and directs the document to be read in churches.
The exact date of the manifesto in this later form is Oct. 18, [Transcr. A declaration by the Kings Majestie concerning His Majesties going away from Hampton-Court written by his own hand and left upon the table in His Majesties bed-chamber, dated at Hampton-Court Novemb.
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A Declaration Of His Majesty's Royal Pleasure: In What Sort He Thinketh Fit To Enlarge Or Reserve Himself In Matter Of Bounty ()Author: John William Gordon.
'THE advertisement or preface which appears to have been settled at a conference with the bishops, and has ever since retained its place in front of our articles under the title of "His Majesty's Declaration," was made public in ' Hardwick's History of the Articles, ed. p.
In Majestie, Teems introduces us to the King, giving great background and juicy details, and making his subject accessible to today's readers. There are helpful footnotes, but the main text is insightful, yet not too dry, and quite colorful.4/4(63).
Majestie is about the King James Bible, but also about King James himself. About the world that shaped him and how that world shaped the bible and indeed his efforts to create the translation.
It was, after-all generated as a This book falls in that genre of popular history which seeks to examine certain events through the examination of a /5. the Votes of Popish Lords in the House of Peers, may be taken away, so long as they continue Papists; and that His Majestie would consent to such a Bill as shall be drawn for the Education of the Children of Papists by Protestants in the Protestant Religion.
Printers to reserve Three Copies of every Book, one for the King's Library, and one for each of the Universities. Realm of England or any other His Majesties Dominions or in the parts beyond the Seas any heretical Moyety of which forfeiture shall go to the Kings Majesty his Heires and Successors and the other Moyety to the Informer who.
The Hampton Court Conference was summoned for January and indeed met for three mornings on Satur Monday 16 and Wednesday 18 January. The new king, James I of England, was present throughout the sessions, along with his councillors, a number of bishops and deans, and four clergymen, usually regarded as “puritans”.
Page [unnumbered] THE Declaration, Of the Gentlemen, Merchants, and Inhabitants of BOSTON, and the Countrey Adjacent. April 18th. § I. WEE have seen more than a decad of years rolled away, since the English World had the Disco∣very of an horrid Po∣pish Plot; wherein the bloody Devoto's of Rome had in their Design and Prospect no less than the extinction of the Protestant Religion.
Sovereign ( Charles II): By the King, a proclamation for commanding the magistrates and officers of His Majesties customs in all the ports of his dominions to give notice to all His Majesties subjects whom it may concern, that they may have passes for their ships from His Majesties respective high admirals or commissioners for executing that office.
Before we shall give you Our Answer to your Petition and Propositions, we shall tell you, That we are now cleerly satisfied, why the Method, which we traced out to you by Our Message of the twentieth of January, 8 and have since so often pressed upon you, as the proper way to compose the Distractions of this Kingdom, and render it truly happy, hath been hitherto declined, and is at length Author: John Zumbrunnen.
His Majesties answer to the petition which accompanied the declaration of the House of Commons: presented to him at Hampton-Court, the first of December.
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His Majesties gracious declaration: James R. Our conduct has been such in all times, as ought to have perswaded the world that we are firm, and constant to our resolutions.
The Paperback of the His Majesties Declaration Defended () by John Dryden at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Due to COVID, orders may be :. - Your Majesty's function is to consult and be advised. And you didn't consuly, but you've just been advised. Now I advise you: in this personal matter I will make my own decision.Two addresses from the Governour, council and convention of the Massachusets Colony assembled at Boston in New-England.
Presented to his majesty, at Hampton-Court, August 7, By Sir Henry Ashurst Baronet. Incomplete.; Positive Photostat.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 .