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A remonstrance of the state of the kingdome. Die Mercurii 15. Decemb. 1641 It is this day resolved 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 kingdome. H. Elsinge Cler. Parl. D. Com.
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A true relation of the late occurrences in Ireland in two letters; one brought over by a noble gentleman, Sir Hards Waller, of a sharpe skirmish there happened the 29. of Iune last, betwixt the Right Honourable the Lord Inchguin, Captain William Jephton, and Sir William Courtney, of the English party, and the rebels on the other side in the province of Munster, dated from Ireland the 8. of this instant Iuly. The other dated the fourth of Iulie from I.H. to his uncle W.E. wherein relation is made of three severall defeats given to the rebels by the Lord of Kelonmikie, the Lord of Broughall, and others. With the taking of 6. ensignes, 8. drums, and armes for 500. men, with great store of bootie.
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An honourable speech made in the Parlament of Scotland by the Earle of Argile (being now competitor with Earle Morton for the chancellorship) the thirtieth of September 1641. Touching the prevention of nationall dissention, and perpetuating the happie peace and union betwixt the two kingdomes, by the frequent holding of Parlaments.
by Argyll, Archibald Campbell, Marquis of, 1598-1661.Get full text
Another extract of severall letters from Ireland, intimating their present state. Wherein it appeares, that if supplies of victuals and ammunition be presently sent, there is great hopes of suddenly reducing those rebels. With the reasons given at Dvblin against a cessation of armes withthe rebels, and the oath lately made by the rebels, and the oath lately made by the rebels at their supreame Counsell at Kilkenny, for the maintenance of the Romish religion with their lives and estates. Wherein further appeares the falshood of a scandalous pamphlet lately set forth, intituled, An apologie made by an English officer of quality for leaving the Irish Wars: when no such officer appeares. And that no such thing was there ever intended as the seizing of the Parliaments shipps as hath been falsely divulged. Wherein appears, how free the Marquesse of Ormond is from those calumnies unworthily cast upon him by that pamphliteere. With several letters from Dublin shewing the Popes Nuntio ... With a letter lately sent from the Lord Insiquin out of Munster ... As also, an exact relation of the good service of Sir Frederick Hammilton since the rebellion begun.
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A letter from New-Castle, containing the substance of severall speeches made by his Majesty, and by Duke Hammilton, the Earle of Lennerick, and the Earle of Calender: with divers passages of their proceedings for the setling of both kingdoms, and disposing of his Majesty. Septemb. 14. 1646. Examined by the originall papers, and printed and published according to order, and for generall satisfaction.
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The Kings Maiesties receiving of the propositions for peace at Newcastle, on Friday last, Iuly 24. 1646. With some passages between his Majesty and the commissioners. Also a manifesto, sent to the commissioners about the treaty with the States at Munster, by order from his Majesty the King of Spaine.
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A letter or declaration of the Commissioners of the Parliament of Scotland, concerning the paper sent to the Marquesse of Ormond in his Majesties name. Presented to the Right Honourable the House of Peeres, upon Munday the 8th. of Iune 1646. Die Lunæ 8 Junii 1646. Ordered by the Lords assembled in Parliament, that the letter of the Commissioners of the Parliament of Scotland, dated the 8th of this instant Iune 1646. shall be forthwith printed and published. Io. Brown. Cleric. Parliamentorum.
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A Remonstrance of the present state of things in and about the city and Parliament since the King and Queenes departure of Hampton Conrt [sic] wherein is contained 1. the examination of His Majesties attourney generall by the House of Commons ... : 2. how 2 boats laden with great saddles to be carried down to Kingston ... : 3. a letter ... directed to Colonell Lnusford [sic] ... : 4. seven articles of high treason against the said Colonell Lunsford : 5. an order of both Houses for the speedy apprehension of the Lord Digby and Colonell Lunsford ... : 6. the discovery of a hellish gun-powder plot in Ireland ... : lastly the advice sent from His Maiesties commissioners in Scotland to both the honourable Houses of Parliament ... : likewise that Colonel Lunsford was taken ...
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By the Generall Assemblie of the confederate Catholiques of Ireland the ensuing declaration of the Lord Nuncio, & his partie of the clergie, we thinke fit to be printed and published, to the end that all men may see and abhorre the malice & irregularity of those that subscribed that instrument ... whereof there hath been a sad example already in the towne of Gallway.
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By the Lord Lieutenant General and General Gouernor of the Kingdome of Ireland, Ormonde whereas articles of peace, are made, concluded, accorded, & agreed upon, by & between us Iames Lord Marques of Ormonde, Lord Lieutennant Generall, ... and he [sic] Generall assembly of the Roman Catholickes of the said kingdome, ...
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