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The resolution of the Earle of Essex to the King [sic] most Excellent Maiestie

The resolution of the Earle of Essex to the King [sic] most Excellent Maiestie

wherein is declared his honourable intentions to attaine nothing but what shall tend to advancement of His Majesties honour and the good of the Common-wealth : whereunto is annexed the declarations of the Lords and Commons concerning the actions of the malignant partie of this kingdome.

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Published by ... Printed for T. Rider in [London] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Charles -- I, -- King of England, -- 1600-1649,
  • Essex, Robert Devereux, -- Earl of, -- 1591-1646,
  • England and Wales. -- Parliament,
  • Great Britain -- History -- Civil War, 1642-1649.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 246:E. 111, no. 9.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[2], 5, [1] p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16748963M

    BOOK VI. BOOK VI. The unexpected blow, by which the regent was cut off, struck the king’s party with the utmost consternation. Elizabeth bewailed his death as the most fatal disaster which could have befallen her kingdom; and was inconsolable to a degree that little suited her dignity. The book is in many old-time library lists in New England, and among the scant volumes of those who had but a single book-shelf or book-box. I have seen abstracts and transpositions of his precepts on the pages of almanacs, the most universally circulated and studied of . In this Hope, I have placed on the Fore-Front (or before the First Booke of these Emblems) a Ioint-Inscription to the King and Qveenes most excellent Maiestie.. Upon the Right-Side-Front of this Building (or before the Second Booke) One Inscription to the most hopefull Prince, Charles, Prince of Wales; And, another to his deere Brother, Iames, Duke of Yorke, &c. The soveraigne power of parliaments and kingdomes divided into foure parts: together with an appendix: wherein the superiority of our owne and most other foraine parliaments, states, kingdomes, magistrates (collectively considered) over and above their lawfull emperours, kings, princes is abundantly evidenced, confirmed by pregnant reasons, resolutions, precedents, histories, authorities of.

      The appeal of so young a Candidate for public favour as myself, must be made less to the candour, than to the kindness of my judges. Well aware that, like the fountain of youth of which we read in the Fairy Tales of the East, the bright springs of poetry may he drank but by few; and that the path we fondly deemed led to immortality, too often terminates in the waters of oblivion—I dare only.


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The resolution of the Earle of Essex to the King [sic] most Excellent Maiestie: wherein is declared his honourable intentions to attaine nothing but what shall tend to advancement of His Majesties honour and the good of the Common-wealth: whereunto. The resolution of the Earle of Essex to the King [sic] most Excellent Maiestie: wherein is declared his honourable intentions to attaine nothing but what shall tend to advancement of His Majesties honour and the good of the Common-wealth: whereunto is annexed the declarations of the Lords and Commons concerning the actions of the malignant.

Charles I, King of England, A collection of sundry petitions presented to the Kings Most Excellent Majestie: as also to the two Most Honourable Houses, now assembled in Parliament, and others, already signed, by most of the gentry, ministers and free-holders of severall counties in behalfe of episcopacie, litugie and supportation of.

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 the wollen manufacture of this Kingdom.

Goddard, Jonathan, / []. 2v), a Dedication ‘To the Queenes Most Excellent Maiestie’ in italic script (ff. 3rr), subscribed by Howard (f. 29r) ‘Your Maiesties most loyall / and humble subiecte till / death / H: Hwward’, the main text then in secretary script, after an unnumbered blank leaf, on ff.

30rr, with separate title-pages for the second book (f. The copy of his excellency the Earle of Forth's letter to the Earle of Essex and the copy of His Majesties letter to the Lords and Commons of Parliament assembled at Westminster, sent enclosed in the same 3 March Fortrey, Samuel, / [].

Edward VI, but reconveyed it to the King a few months later (VCH, Surrey, III, p. The natiuitie of William Herbert first sonne to the righte honorable the erle of Penbrooke, the eighte of Aprill, in the yeare of our Lord one thousand, fyue hundred, and foure-score: the godmother the Quenes most excellent maiestie.

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The Earl of Essex his declaration concerning the Kings Most Excellent Majesty: wherein is expressed his resolution concerning His Majesty and his royall posterity, the two Houses of Parliament, and the subjects of this kingdome: also the names of those delinquents whose armes are ordered by the Parliament to be seized on for not contributing to the necessity of the commonwealth, and the.

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