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His Majesties speech to the gentry of the county of Yorke
England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I).
|Other titles||Loyal resolution of the gentry and commonalty of the county of Yorke.|
|Statement||presented to His Royall Majestic concerning severall matters of great consequence.|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1611:42.|
|Contributions||Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649|
|The Physical Object|
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Dec. The House was called over. Resolved that an Address be prepared to signify to His Excellency the several resolutions of the House upon consideration of his Speech at the opening of this Session, and that a clause of acknowledgement to His Excellency be inserted, for his eminent service done this country in taking the pyrates. To the Kings most excellent Majesty, and to the Lords spiritual and temporal, with the Commons assembled in Parliament a true discovery of the great damage His late Majesty King Charles the First received, by Sir Paul Pindar and the rest of the commissioners, in their managing His late Majesties impost and custom, from the year to humbly presented to your Majesty by especial.
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His Majesties speech to the gentry of the county of Yorke: attending his Majesty at the city of Yorke, on Thursday the 12 of May Author: Charles, King of England ; England and Wales. His Majesties speech to the gentry of the county of Yorke: attending His Maiestie at the city of Yorke, on Thursday the 12 of May likewise the loyal resolution.
His Majesties speech to the gentry of the county of York attending His Majesty at the city of Yorke on Thursday the 12 of May, vvith their humble answer on Friday the 13 of May, together with the humble petition of many thousand faithfull and peaceably affected subjects of the county of York who were there assembled 13 May suscribed with about tenne thousand hands.
His Majesties speech to the gentry of the county of Yorke, attending his Majestie at the city of Yorke, on Thursday the 12th of May, Author: Charles, King of England ; England and Wales. Also, His Majesties speech to the gentry of the county of York, attending His Majesty at the city of York, on Thursday the of May.
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The humble petition of the gentry, ministers and freeholders of the country of Yorke, assembled at the assizes there holden. Presented to His Majesty the 5. of Aprill, Together, with His Majesties speech at the presenting thereof. And his gracious answer thereunto. Next, [ was read] a printed Speech, or Declaration, by the King, to the Country.
(Here enter it.) deposited in any Part of this County, shall be brought to Yorke, for His Majesty's Service: This being (as we conceive) of some Consequence, I thought it my Part to "2.
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A letter from Mr. Lowndes to the secretary, dated the 8th instant [fo. ], signifying my Lord High Treasurer's desire to have the Board's opinion upon a petition of Mr.
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His Majesties speech to the gentry of the county of Yorke, attending his Majestie at the city of Yorke, on Thursday the 12th of May, ([London]: Printed at Yorke, and now reprinted at London by Alice Norton, for Humphrey Tuckey, at the Blacke spread Eagle in Fleet-street, ), by England and Wales.
Sovereign ( Charles I) and King Charles I of England (HTML at EEBO TCP). His Majesties speech to the gentry of the county of Yorke, attending his Majestie at the city of Yorke, on Thursday the 12th of May, ([London]: Printed at Yorke, and now reprinted at London by Alice Norton, for Humphrey Tuckey, at the Blacke spread Eagle in Fleet-street, ), by England and Wales.
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21, Abstracted out of ancient and later writers, for the better composeing of these present distempers: and humbly presented to ye consideration of his and both Howses of Parliament, for the more speedy effecting of a pacification / by Ro: Grosse dd: ([London: s.n.