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Petition to the King"s Most Excellent Majesty
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His Excelly the Gov r thereupon directed the Petition of M r Smith to the King to be Read which was in these words Viz t. To the Kings most Excellent Majesty, &c (This Pet n and y e Depoc̄ons thereon is in a book marke A B). The Kings Book. Written by James I it was the Government's Official Account. of the Gunpowder Plot and its Discovery. Although it is biased in favor of the government it was the account which shaped public reaction and future acts of thanksgiving and celebration.
Women's Political Writings, by Hilda L. Smith, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. A petition from the citizens of London, September To the King's most excellent Majesty. The humble petition of your Majesty's subjects, the citizens of London. Most gracious Sovereign, Because of the duty and obedience which we owe to your sacred Majesty, we humbly present to your princely wisdom the following complaints.
Early Modern English. To the Kings most Excellent Majesty. May It Please Your Majesty. In humble Obedience to your Majesties Commands, Signify’d to me by his Grace of New Castle, Whereby the. Petition of severall Gentlemen, who desire to be. incorporated by Letters Patents for the Encouragement of. Musick, is referr’d to me for my Advice & Opinion, How.
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Get this from a library. To the Kings most excellent majesty. The due account, and humble petition of the ministers of the Gospel, lately commissioned for the review and alteration of the liturgy.
[Richard Baxter; Commission for the Review and Alteration of the Book of Common Prayer.]. The petition of the Catholics of Ireland: to the King's Most Excellent Majesty: presented at St. James's, on Wednesday, Jan.
2,by Messrs. Edward Byrne, John Keogh, James Edward Devereux, Christopher Bellew, and Sir Thomas French, bart.: to which are annexed notes, reciting the statutes on which the allegations of the petition are grounded.
The Petition to the King was a petition sent to King George III by the First Continental Congress incalling for repeal of the Intolerable Acts Political background.
Following the end of the French and Indian War To the King's Most Excellent Majesty:Location: Engrossed copy:Library of Congress. reference-type: Book author: Anonymous year: title: A petition to the King's most excellent Majesty wherein is declared the mischiefs and inconveniences, arising to the King and Common-wealth, by the imprisoning of men's bodies for debt.
To the kings most Excellent majesty in Council The humble petition of John Whiteside & Thomas Lebreton of [illegible text] Court [illegible text] gentlemen agents for & on behalf of Isaac Levy formerly of broad street London Esqr. [Esquire] but now resident at Philada [Philadelphia] in America Sheweth.
Due account, and humble petition of the ministers of the Gospel, lately commissioned for the review & alteration of the liturgy. Series: Early English books online. ^A General note: In this edition title page line 3 reads "most excellent"; line 6 reads "due account, and humble petition". General note.
To the Kings Most Excellent Majesty, the due account and humble petition of the ministers of the Gospel lately commissioned for the review and alteration of the liturgy Petition to the Kings Most Excellent Majesty book Commission for the Review and Alteration of the Book of Common Prayer: Format: Electronic and Book: Publication Info: London: [s.n.], Description , 6 p.
Book/Printed Material A letter to his most Excellent Majesty, George the third, King of Great-Britain, France, and Ireland, and Emperor of North America, &c. May it please your Majesty. [Asserting that Parliament has usurped his authority by imposing taxes upon the c.
A new petition to the Kings most Excellent Majesty: the humble petition of the knights, gentry, free-holders, of the county of Yorke who have subscribed hereto: presented to His Majesty at Yorke, Apdesiring a happy union betwixt the King and Parliament.
Published: (). Copy of Petition to king in Council Page:  To the Kings most Excellent Majesty in Council The Humble Petition of John Whiteside and Thomas LaBreton of Sun Court Comhill London Gentlemen Agents for & on the Behalf of Isaac Levy formerly of Broad Street London Esqr.
[Esquire] but now Resident at Philadelphia in America. Sheweth. Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag. Saved in: To the King's most excellent majesty, and the Lords spiritual and temporal in Parliament assembled, the humble petition of Ezekiel Goddard of Kings Lynn, in the county of Norfolk, in behalf of many millions now employed in.
Divine Right of Kings was a downright nutty idea in England. The first amendment is the first most misunderstood. The right to petition is precisely the the King's Most Excellent Majesty. Sovereign ( Charles II): At the court at Whitehall the second of November, by the Kings Most Excellent Majesty and the Lords of His Majesties most honourable Privy Council: His Majesty was this day pleased to declare in Council, that whosoever shall make discovery of any officer or souldier of His Majesties horse or foot-guards.
Take back Australia and jail the politicians, legislators and judges. Common law of England is the law of the people .The book of rules for all. Her Excellent Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Second is the Sovereign of the people.
The people are her subjects. Take back Australia and jail the politicians, legislators and judges.”. Join.
Book of Common Prayer. The first Bible printed by ‘the assigns of Newcomb and Hills’ appeared inand the name of John Baskett was first added to theirs upon a New Testament in Baskett began to print the Book of Common Prayer in the following year, when he brought out editions in quarto, octavo, and 12mo.
He was made master of. Present—The Kings Most Excellent Majesty. Duke of Queensberry. Esq r hath by Petition to His Majesty at this Board Humbly Represented, from the Late Governor Johnston Dated 9 th March and that by an omission there is one of the most material courses left. New propositions propounded at the Kings royall court at Holmby, betwixt the Kings Most Excellent Majesty, and Mr.
Marshall and Mr. Caryll concerning the presbyteriall government, the Booke of Common-Prayer, and the directory: also His Majesties severall reasons, concerning episcopacy, and Mr.
Marshalls reply for the cleering His Majesties. The intended audience of the Petition by the Citizens of London, was clearly King Charles the I, as the petition starts with “To the King’s Most Excellent MAJESTY.
The humble petition of your Majesties subjects, the citizens of London. First Petition PRESENTED TO THE KING is sufficient to place my interests in the hands of your Majesty and to await respectfully whatever it may please your Majesty to ordain.
Second Petition Medicine is a beneficial art and everyone respects it as one of the most excellent things we have, yet there have been times when it became odious. Literature of the Stuart Successionsis an anthology of primary material relating to the Stuart successions.
The six Stuart successions (, Cited by: 3. The case of James Percy, claymant to the Earldom of Northumberland with an impartial account of the proceedings he hath made in the several courts of justice in order to the proving and obtaining his right and title to the said Earldom: humbly addressed to the Kings Most Excellent Majesty, and the Right Honourable the Lords spiritual and temporal in Parliamnet [sic] assembled.Title An exact collection of all remonstrances, declarations, votes, orders, ordinances, proclamations, petitions, messages, answers, and other remarkable passages between the Kings most excellent Majesty, and his high court of Parliament beginning at.
Large image. Brief description This book is a relatively well-preserved example of an early English book published in the s.The tryal and condemnation of Mr. Will. Staley for high-treason, at the Kings-Bench-Bar at Westminster, on Thursday the 21st of Nov.
who was there condemned to be hang'd, drawn, and quarter'd for speaking of desperate, malicious, and treasonable words against the Kings most excellent majesty: with the particular evidence given against him.