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By the Queene. A proclamation commanding all persons vpon the borders of England, to keepe peace towards Scotland, vpon the like proclamation by the King of Scots towards England. Whereas of late time there hath beene great disorders by incursions into our realme of multitude of Scottishmen dwelling vpon the borders of our realme towards Scotland, committing both murthers, taking of prisoners, burning of houses, and taking of goodes and cattell ...
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A declaration of the Quene's Maiestie: Elizabeth, by the grace of God, quene of England, Fraunce, and Irelande, defendor of the fayth, &c. Conteyning the causes which have constrayned her to arme certeine of her subiectes, for defence both of her owne estate, and of the moste Christian kyng, Charles the nynth, her good brother, and his subiectes. Septemb. 1562.
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A watch-vvorde for warre Not so new as necessary: published by reason of the disperced rumors amongst vs, and the suspected comming of the Spanyard against vs. Wherein we may learne how to prepare our selues to repell the enemie, and to behaue our selues all the tyme of that trouble. Compendious for the memorie, comfortable for the matter, profitable for the matter, profitable for the tyme.
by Gibbon, Charles, fl. 1589-1604.Get full text
The compleat ambassador, or, Two treaties of the intended marriage of Qu. Elizabeth of glorious memory comprised in letters of negotiation of Sir Francis Walsingham, her resident in France : together with the answers of the Lord Burleigh, the Earl of Leicester, Sir Tho. Smith, and others : wherein, as in a clear mirror, may be seen the faces of the two courts of England and France, as they then stood, with many remarkable passages of state .../
by Digges, Dudley, Sir, 1583-1639.Get full text
By the Quene. Where of late order hath ben geuen by the Quenes Maiesties commaundement, to sundry portes of this realme ... it is understand that some French vessels beyng prepared to the warre, and commyng into certayne of the sayd portes, haue ben vppon some suspicion stayed ...
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By the Quene. The Quenes maiestie considering howe necessary it is and pleasynge to almyghtye God, to haue concorde and peace with al princes ... hath therefore ... passed, concluded and agreed, a good, perfect, syncere and perpetuall amitie, peace ... betwene hir most excellent Maiestie ... and the ryght high and mighty Prince Henry the French Kyng ...
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By the Queene. A proclamation publishing certaine iust causes for prohibition and stay of cariage of victual and other prouisions of warre by seas into Spaine, for continuance of the King of Spaines purposes to inuade most uniustly her Maiesties dominions; with authoritie for the stay thereof by sea.
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