3 edition of The Right Honovrable the Lord Kimbolton his speech in Parliament Ian. 3, 1641 found in the catalog.
The Right Honovrable the Lord Kimbolton his speech in Parliament Ian. 3, 1641
|Other titles||The Right Honourable the Lord Kimbolton his speech in Parliment, Jan. 3, 1641|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 259:E.199, no. 51|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 5 p|
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The Right Honovrable the Lord Kimbolton his speech in Parliament Ian. 3, concerning the articles of high treason exhibited against him, Mr. Pym, Mr. Hambden, Mr. Hollis, Sir Arthur Hasterigge knight and Mr. Strowde by the Kings Majestie.
The right honourable the Lord Kimbolton his speech in Parliament, Ian. concerning the articles of high treason exhibited against him, Mr. Pym, Mr. Hambden, Mr. Hollis, Sir Arthur Haslerigge knight, and Mr. Strowde. By the Kings Majestie. Edward Montagu, Earl of Manchester is Lord Kimbolton.
Also published in as: The Right Honourable the Lord Kimbolton his speech in Parliament, on Tuesday the third of January [i.e. Reproduction of original in Cambridge University Library. A jvdicious speech made by the Right Honourable the Lord Kimbolton, in Parliament, Ianuary 3, () by Edward Montagu According to His Majesties especial command to me signified for avoiding the great dangers happening by fire () by Edward Montagu.
CHAP. Touching the Lord Kimbolton and the five Members of the House of Commons, charged by the King with Treason.
January the 3d. On Monday January the 3d. the Lord Keeper acquainted the House of Lords, That he was commanded by the King, to let their Lordships know, That his Majesty had given Sir Edward Harbert, his Attorney General, command to acquaint their Lordships with some.
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Denzil Hollis his Speech to the Lords at the Delivery of the Protestation, May 4. A Catalogue of the Members of the House of Commons, who took the Protestation, May 3. and at several times afterwards, as they stand entred in the Journal of the House of Commons. The Westminster Assembly Members and Their Writings A sermon preached to the right honourable the lord mayor, (D.
his speech before the assembly of divines, concerning the new league and covenant. Featleys sixteen reasons for Episcopal government, which he intended to have delivered in the assembly but was not permitted, &c. It is good that there has been a plentiful exchange of high-level visits, with President Kuchma and his former prime minister visiting the UK and with short visits by the Prime Minister and the Chancellor of the Exchequer and two notable visits by my right honourable friend the Foreign Secretary, both in his capacity as Defence Minister and.
To the Right Honourable the Lords and Commons now Assembled in Parliament. The Petition of the Lord Macguire. Humbly Sheweth, That the Petitioner stands, Condemned for his Life, and adjudged to be Drawn, Hanged, and Quartered: The Performance whereof (be humbly conceives) in some more favourable manner, will be satisfactory to Justice.
Full text of "The works of the Right Honourable Henry late L. Delamer, and earl of Warrington: containing his lordships advice to his children, several speeches in Parliament, &c., with many other occasional discourses on the affairs of the two last reigns: being original manuscripts written with his lordships own ritacrossley.com before printed".
This book has been cited by the following publications. R., Humble Advice: or The Heads of Those Things which were Offered to Many Honourable Members of Parliament (London, ). To the Right Honourable, the Lord Fairfax, and His Councell of Warre: The Humble Addresse of Henry Hammond (London, ).Cited by: The Marquess of Argile his answer to his charge sent unto him in the Castle of Edinburgh, the of January.
() by Archibald Campbell: The right honourable the Lord Kimbolton his speech in Parliament, Ian. () by Edward Montagu: The tryall and condemnation of Mr. John Cooke () by John Cook. Robert James Mair, Baron Mair, CBE, FRS, FICE, FREng (born 20 April ) is a geotechnical engineer and Head of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of ritacrossley.com is the Sir Kirby Laing Professor of Civil Engineering.
He was Master of Jesus College, Cambridge, from to and a Fellow of St John's College, Cambridge from to Alma mater: Clare College, Cambridge.
Caption:\' PRESENTED TO THE HOUSE OF COMMONS By ROBERT PIERPOINT, M.P. WARRINGTON \' Print after original drawing by Lewis of Edward Stanley, 14th Earl of Derby () Prime Minister, published Cardbox - that it is life size.
The history of the Right Honourable Lord George Gordon. To which is added, several of his speeches in Parliament; and his most remarkable letters to the eighty-five societies in Glasgow.
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The first legislation against freedom of speech dates back to the Statute of Westminster inwhen the divine right of the King was established. It was drafted by the Lord Chancellor, Bishop Robert Burnell and passed during the reign of King Edward I in A seditious libel was defined as a statement.
The Resolution and remonstrance of the navie to the supream power of England, the Commons assembled in Parliament and to His Excellency the Lord Generall Fairfax, with the honourable counsell of the army, declaring their reall affections and ardent desires for the publique good of the kingdom, against all forraigne invasions, which they resolve to performe with their lives and fortunns: and a.What was Byron’s role in Parliament?
As a member of the House of Lords, Byron attended 15 sessions, and spoke three times, always from a Whig position. In this speech, against a bill calling for the death penalty for frame-breakers, he is often ironic, but passionate in his defence of the protesting workers.The Parliament of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, commonly known as the UK Parliament, British Parliament or Westminster Parliament, as well as domestically simply as Parliament or Westminster, is the supreme legislative body of the United Kingdom, the Crown dependencies and the British Overseas Territories.
It alone possesses legislative supremacy and Commons Speaker: John Bercow, since 22 June