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By the Queene. Wheras by an act of Parliament made in the fifth yere of the Queenes Maiesties raigne, it was among other thynges enacted, that from the first day of Aprill in the yere of our Lord God. 1564. it should be lawfull to all and euery of her highnesse subiects at his & their wyll and pleasure to carry & transport out of this realme..
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By the Quene. Whereas the Quenes Maiestie by her proclamation dyd adiourne the terme of Saint Michaell last past, vntyll day of Hyllary terme nexte commyng, then to begyn at Westminster, as in tymes past hath ben accustomed, hauing then good hope that before that tyme the plague in the cities of London and Westminster woulde haue ceassed ...
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By the Quene. The Quenes Maiestie contynuing in her former earnest disposition, to deliuer this realme from the infamy of al maner of bafe monyes and to restore the same to thauncient possession of as good monyes in fynes, as ever was in the same ...
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Vpon the pious life and blessed (but much deplored) death of that most truely reuerend, faithfull, painefull and profitable minister of Gods words, Mr: Rich: Stocke, pastour of Allhallowes in Breadstreet; where, for the space of 22. yeares, he had lived as a blessed beacon, and bright burning lampe of learning and sincere religion. In due memoriall of whose memorable vertues, his most loyally louing and ancient faithfull friend, G.D. hathg to his sorrowfull widow consecrated and dedicated this his mournefull monument; and thus estimated his great losse to be most instly lamented ...
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The Presentment of the Grand-jury for the county of Kent, at the assizes holden at Maidstone the 12th day of March, in the five and thirtieth year of the reign of Our Soveraign Lord, Charles the Second, by the grace of God, of England, &c. annoq[ue], dom. 1682 to the Right Honourable Sir Francis Pemberton, knight, Lord Chief Justice of His Majesties court of Common Pleas, and one of His Majesties most honourable Privy Council.
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A proclamation by the lords of the council in the city of Amsterdam for the apprehending of divers ruffians who endeavoured to assassinate their Burghemaster Van Beuningen, on the 16th of March, offering a reward of a 1000 duckatoons to any that shall discover one or more desperate villains.
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A declaration of His Highnes [sic] Council in Scotland, for the government thereof for the better preventing of ill-affected persons from acting any design to the disturbance of the quiet of this nation, by an unlicensed repairing into this country, and going out of the same.
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