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Two declarations of the Lords and Commons of the Parliament of England the first to the Convention of the Estates of Scotland : the second to the Genral Assembly of the Kirke of Scotland : together with the severall answers of the Convention of the Estates of Scotland and of the Generall Assembly of the Kirke of Scotland, to the Parliament of England.
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Severall letters from the committees in severall counties to the Honourable William Lenthal, Esquire, speaker of the House of Commons, read in both Houses of Parliament, June 27. 1642 : wherein (amongst divers other passages very remarkable) is related how the townsmen of Manchester put themselves into armes, and stood upon their defence against the Lord Strange and his forces, who came to seize on the magazine : with an intercepted letter from Sir Edward Fitton, to Sir Thomas Aston at Yorke, discovering a foule designe of the malignant party : whereunto is added severall votes of both houses : die Lunae, 27. Iunii, 1642. Ordered by the Lords and Commons in Parliament, that these votes and foure letters be forthwith printed and published. Ioh. Browne, Cler. Parliamentorum.
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The soveraigns prerogative and the subjects priviledge. Comprised in severall speeches, cases, and arguments of lavv discussed between our late soveraign lord King Charles, and the most eminent persons of both Houses of Parliament. Together with the grand mysteries of state then in agitation. /
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Two ordinances of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, for the maintenance of some preaching ministers in the cities of Yorke, Durham, and Carlisle, and in the town of Newcastle upon Tyne, and town of Barwick upon Tweed, and in other towns and places therein mentioned ...
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An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: for the inabling of Sr. William Brereton baronet, one of the members of the House of Commons, speedily to put in execution the ordinances for the sequestraion of the estates of Papists and delinquents ... and all other ordinances of Parliament, within the county of Chester ... and to take subsscriptions for the better supply and maintenance of the forces under his command ... also allowing unto the said Sir William Brereton the personall estates of all Papists and delinquents, in and about London ... as are not yet sequestred, or discovered for the service aforesaid.
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Die Sabbathi 13 Novemb. 1647 Whereas by an ordinance of this present Parliament bearing date the fourteenth day of July 1643. It was granted, ordained, and declared, that all those who should advance one full fourth part of their former adventures for lands in Ireland, ...
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