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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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The act of Parliament of the 27th of Queen Elizabeth to preserve the Queens person, and Protestant religion, and government, from the attempts of the papists, then big with hopes of a popish successor : with the association the Protestants then entred into, to the ends aforesaid, till the Parliament should meet, and provide for their necessary preservations : together with some sober and seasonable queries upon the same /
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By the Queene. Where in the Parliament holden at Westminster, the seconde day of April, in the xiii. yeere of ye reigne of our Soueraigne Lady the Queen, there was for the relief of diuers poore decaied townes, & of great multitudes of her poore subiects, who otherwise were likely to perish, or to become unprofitable and dangerous to the common weale, among other prouided ...
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A true and plaine declaration of the horrible treasons, practised by William Parry the traitor, against the Queenes Maiestie. The maner of his arraignment, conuiction and execution, together with the copies of sundry letters of his and others, tending to diuers purposes, for the proofes of his treasons. : Also an addition not impertinent thereunto, conteyning a short collection of his birth, education and course of life. : Moreouer, a fewe obseruations gathered of his owne wordes and writings, for the farther manifestation of his most disloyall, deuilish and desperate purpose.
by Parry, William, d. 1585.Get full text
Historical collections, or, An exact account of the proceedings of the four last parliaments of Q. Elizabeth of famous memory wherein is contained the compleat journals both of Lords & Commons, taken from the original records of their houses : as also the more particular behaviours of the worthy members during all the last notable sessions, comprehending the motions, speeches, and arguments of the renowned and learned secretary Cecill, Sir Francis Bacon, Sir Walter Rawleigh, Sir Edw. Hobby, and divers other eminent gentlemen : together with the most considerable passages of the history of those times /
by Townshend, Hayward, b. 1577.Get full text
The works to Francis Osborn, Esq divine, historical, moral, political in four several tracts viz. I. Advice to a son, in two parts, II. Political reflections on the government of the Turks, &c., III. Memoirson Q. Elizabeth and K. James, IV. A miscellany of essays, paradoxes, problematical discourses, letters, characters, &c.
by Osborne, Francis, 1593-1659.Get full text
By the Queene, where it is ordeined and prouided by a statute made & established in the Parliament holden at Westminster the viii. day of June, in the xxviii. yeere of the reigne of the Queenes Maiesties dearely beloued father of famous memorie King Henry the Eight, that the prices of all kind of wines ... should be limitted and declared by the Lorde Chauncelor of England ... and that the same should be solde according to the same prices so by them set and taxed vpon paine and penaltie conteined in the saide acte
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Elizabeth by the grace of God Queene of England Fraunce and Ireland defender of the faith &c., to all and singuler archbishops bishops archdeacons deanes and their officials ... whereas wee are credably certefied aswell by the pittifull supplication and petition of our poore & true subiect Hugh Euance of the borough of Thetforde in our counties of Suffolke and Norffolke ... where his maulting house ... and also most of his dwelling howses with goodes ... is by sodaine misfortune vtterly burnt waisted and consumed with fire hapned the xvii day of April last past ...
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Orders conceiued and set downe by the Lords of Her Maiesties Priuie Councell, by Her Highnesse speciall direction, to be put in execution for the restraint of killing and eating of flesh, aswell by the Lord Maior within the citie of London, and the officers of the liberties and exempt places in and about the same, as by the Lords lieutenants in the seuerall counties of the realme
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By the Queenes commandement, forasmuch, as it is found by good proofe, that many persons which haue serued of late on the seas, in the iourney towards Spaine and Portingale in comming from Plimmouth, and other ports of the realme, haue fallen sicke by the way, and diuers dyed as infected with the plague ...
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