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The Petition of the knights, gentlemen, and free-holders of the county of North-hampton

The Petition of the knights, gentlemen, and free-holders of the county of North-hampton

together with the two petitions of the knights, gentlemen, ministers, free-holders, and other inhabitants of the county of Kent, as they were presented to both Houses of Parliament on the eighth and ninth of February.

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Published by for F. Couls, and T. Banks in Printed at London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Northampton (England) -- History -- Sources.,
  • Kent (England) -- History -- Sources.

  • Edition Notes

    GenreSources.
    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 250:E.135, no. 36.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination8 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16789766M

      This petition was subscribed to by eight noblemen, knights and esquires, divines, gentlemen, and ab freeholders, and other inhabitants. As you can see most of the figures have just been doubled to make a point.   The humble petition of the knights, esquires, gentlemen, ministers, freeholders, and other inhabitants of the county of Stafford (London, ). 83 Ormerod, G. (ed.), ‘ Tracts relating to military proceedings in Lancashire during the great civil war ’, by:

      Author of Charles I. in , The letters, speeches and proclamations of King Charles I, The trials of Charles the First, and of some of the regicides, The trial and execution of King Charles I, Histoire entiere & veritable du procez de Charles Stuart, roy d'Angleterre, King Charls, his speech made upon the scaffold at Whitehall-Gate, immediately before his execution, on Tuesday the 30 of Ian. Sir Thomas Wroth ( – 11 July ) was an English gentleman-poet and politician who sat in the House of Commons at various times between and Born: , London.

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The Petition of the knights, gentlemen, and free-holders of the county of North-hampton Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Petition of the knights, gentlemen, and free-holders of the county of North-hampton: together with the two petitions of the knights, gentlemen, ministers, free-holders, and other inhabitants of the county of Kent, as they were presented to both Houses of. The humble petition of the knights, esquires, gentry freeholders, and inhabitants of the county of Sommerset presented to the honourable knights, citizens, and burgesses now assembled in Parliament, June The Petition of knights, ivstices of peace, ministers, gentlemen, free-holders, and others, inhabitants of the county of Salop, to the number of The petition of the knights, gentlemen, and free-holders of the county of North-hampton: together with the two petitions of the knights, gentlemen, ministers, free-holders, and other inhabitants of the county of Kent, as they were presented to both Houses of Parliament on the eighth, and ninth of February.

By England and : England and Wales. Parliament. ; The Petition Of the Knights, Gentlemen, and Free-holders of the County of North-hampton: Together with the two Petitions of the Knights, Gentlemen, Ministers, freeholders & other inhabitants of the County of Kent (); LJ, iv, The humble petition of the gentlemen, freeholders and other inhabitants of the county of Middlesex; The humble Petition of the Mayor, Aldermen, and Common.

On the violation of parliamentary privilege in the matter of the eleven members, see A Declaration of the Lord Maior Aldermen of London () pp. 4, 8; The Petition of Right of the Freeholders and Freemen of the Kingdom of England () (BL E (9)) pp. 9–16, 19; [Ward], Parliament, pp. 17, Google by: 3.

^ The Gentlemen finding themfelves thus betrayed by Sir Thomas Hales^ confulted together, about finding an- other more proper Pcrfon to deliver the Petition, and refolv'd to apply themfelves to Mr.

Meredith, the other B 2 Member 6 The HiHory of the Keotifh Petition, ]S^ ember for the County of Kent^ and Mr. Meredith ha- ving agreed to Deliver. Middlesex Petition. Some Gentlemen of the County of Midd', being called in, did present an humble Petition from the Gentlemen, Freeholders, and other Inhabitants of the County of Midd', and distinct from the Suburbs of London.

The Gentlemen withdrew. And their Petition was read. House of Lords Journal Volume 4: 10 February ; House of Lords Journal Volume 4: 10 February Pages Journal of the House of Lords: Volume 4, Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, "The humble Petition of the Knights, Gentlemen, Freeholders, and Subsidy-men, of the best Rank and.

Some were printed as stand-alone publications or in newsbooks, allowing us to get a sense of the original text, among them the ‘humble Petition of the Knights, Gentlemen, Ministers, Freeholders, and other Inhabitants of the County of Dorset’ in asking for the ‘obstructive party’ to be removed from the House of Lords to better pursue the war effort.

The poll of the freeholders of Warwickshire, at the election at Warwick, on the 31st October [&c.] To which is added, the arguments of counsel, and the evidence adduced before the committee of the House of commons for and against the petition of the Coventry freeholders.

Warwick county. The Remonstrance and petition of the county of Huntington, the knights, gentlemen, clergy, freeholders, and inhabitiants: to the right honourable the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament for the continuance of the church-government and divine service or Book of common prayer.

The Petition of the Knights, Gentlemen and Free-Holders of the County of North-Hampton (London: Couls, F. and Banks, T., ). TT E. (36). Englands Absolute Monarchy, or Government of Great Britaine (London: Bankes, Thomas, ).Cited by: His Majesties two speeches one to the knights, gentlemen, and freeholders of the county of Nottingham at Newark ; the other to the knights gentlemen and freeholders of the county of Lincoln at Lincoln.

Charles I, King of England, / [Printed in the yeer i.e. The humble petition of Knights, gentlemen, freeholders, and others inhabitants of the county of Kent.

(London: Printed by R. Oulten and G. Dexter, ) (HTML at EEBO TCP) The abdicated Bishops letters, to the abdicated King and Queen, under the disguised names of Mr. Redding & Mrs. Redding ([London?: s.n., ]), by King of England James II and of Modena Mary (HTML at EEBO TCP).

" By the King. THE Agreements made Between His Majesty and the Knights, Gentlemen, Free-holders, and Inhabitants of the County of Oxford, for the better Provision and Ordering of His Majesty's Army And His Royal Proclamation commanding the due observation thereof in all Parts.

[Oxford 27 September ]" published on by null. STEPHEN SIBTHORPE, Esqr's Answer to the Gentlemen, clergy, and Freeholders, the free and independent Electors of the County of Lowth. Your kind Congratulations, so early expressed, add largely to the Happiness I feel on being chosen by so respectable a Majority, to the important Trust of representing you in Parliament, the Septennial Bill has ever had my warmest Wishes, and I shall use.

Their dating is based on an entry in the Commons’ Journal for 16 January referring to the presentation of a petition from the ‘knights, esquires and gentlemen of the countie of Bedford’; however, the petition in defence of episcopacy and the prayer book states that it is from ‘the nobility, knights, gentrie, ministers, freeholders and.

On 28 Nov. one of the cathedral clergy wrote: ‘The gentlemen of the county, and my Lord Townshend with them, are resolved not to make choice of Sir John Hobart and Sir William [sic] Gleane to be any more knights of the shire, or of any other that shall be against the expedient the King proposed’.

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.

The Presentment and Humble Petition of the Grand Jury for the County of Middlesex () Remonstrance of the Knights, Gentlemen, and Freeholders of the County of Gloucester [] Remonstrance of the Noble-men, Knights, Gentlemen of the late Eastern, Southern, and Western Associations [] [Turner, G.

L., ed.] “Williamson's Spy Cited by: 9."The Petition is thrown aside at Bath, and yet no Hands to it." Copia vera, ex. per nos, Tho. Vausia. Geo. Turbervile. The Petition. "To the Most High and Honourable House of Lords and Commons. "The Humble Petition of the Knights, Gentry, Clergy, and Freeholders, of the County of Som'sett.A declartion [sic] and protest of the lords, knights and gentlemen in the Counties of Chester Salop Stafford, &c.

against all assemblies which impose taxes upon the people without their consent by their representatives in a full, free and legall Parliament. (London: printed for Thomas Poole,