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A relation of divers remarkable proceedings betwixt the Kings Majestie and his loyall subjects, exprest in these particulars following 1. His Majesties speech to the gentry of the county of Yorke, attending His Majesty at his court at Yorke the 12 of May, 2. The answer and resolution of the gentry, and commonalty of the countie of Yorke, to His Majesties speech, 3. A letter of thanks from the lords in Parliament assembled, to the county of Yorke, 4. A declaration of both Houses of Parliament, as it was ordered to be printed the 12 of May, John Brown, Cler. Parl., 5. The humble petition of many thousands faithfull and peaceable affected subjects of the county of Yorke, who are here now assembled.
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The true primitive state of civill and ecclesiasticall government discussed and cleared also a vvay briefly propounded to reconcile the saints, by what names (now) soever distinguished, in unity of doctrine and discipline, according to our covenant in a government neerest to the word of God.
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The Parliaments thanks to the Citie for their kinde complyance with them in all their treasons from time to time committed against His Maiesties honor, crowne and dignitie. Dedicated to the loyall and treacherous citizens; the valiant and cowardly citizens; the wise and foolish citizens; the wealthy and poor citizens; the square and Round-headed citizens; the honored, and the horned citizens. By Mercurius Melancholicus:
by Mercurius Melancholicus, fl. 1648.Get full text
His Majesties message to the Lords and Commons in Parliament, Sept. 5. Together with a declaration of the Lords and Commons in Parliament. In answer to the said message. : Also, the honourable answer and petitition [sic] of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament unto the Kings last message bearing date the fifth of September.
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All the severall ordinances and orders made by the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament; concerning sequestring the estates of delinquents, papists, spyes and intelligencers Together with instructions for such persons as are imployed in sequestring of such delinquents estates. Very usefull for those whom it doth or may concern. Ordered by the Commons in Parliament, that these ordinances and orders be printed and published: H: Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.
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The declaration of His Excellency the Lord General Fairfax, and his General Councel of officers, shewing the grounds of the Armies advance towards the City of London. By the appointment of His Excellency the Lord Fairfax, Lord General, and his General Councel of officers, held at Windsor, Nov. 30. 1648. Signed, John Rushvvorth, Secr'
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Englands distemper, having division and error, as its cause: wanting peace and truth for its cure. Set forth in a sermon preacht at Uxbridge on January 30th. being the first day of the treaty. Together with a vindication of the author from those scandalous aspersions cast upon him by the malignant party. /
by Love, Christopher, 1618-1651.Get full text
The old Parliament, with some passages thereof: as it was long since ordered, in the reigne of Alexander Severus, then Emperour of Rome: and of the proceedings therein, against Vetronius Turinus, a great favourite of the said emperour. Taken out of the Greeke records, and subscribed by the chiefe secretary, Eucolpius Cler. Alex. Imp. Published according to order.
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