3 edition of His Majesties two proclamations to the counties of Southampton and Dorset found in the catalog.
His Majesties two proclamations to the counties of Southampton and Dorset
England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I).
A discreet and learned speech, spoken in the Parliament, on Wednesday, the 4 of January, , by Mr. Hampden, Burgesse for Buckingham: concerning the accusation of high treason, preferred by His Majesty, against himselfe, the Lord Kimbolton, Sr. Arthur Haslerig, Mr. Pym, Mr. Strowd, Mr. Hollis, worthy members of the House of Commons: therein worthily declaring the difference betwixt a good. inventory of John Mercer's library made by his son James prior to the sale of Mrs. A. Mercer's estate. Also: Sale of John Mercer's Effects after the death of his wife. Copies made by Wm. R. Mercer and enclosed is his letter to R.A.B., Stafford County, VA: W[illiam] C. Byrd: Letter to David Pattison.
THE following imperfect attempt to bring together a few notes relating to the ancient aristocracy of England, is confined in the first place to the families now existing, and regularly established either as knightly or gentle houses before the commencement of the sixteenth century; secondly, no notice is taken of those families who may have assumed the name and arms of their ancestors in the. [Copy. Nicholas's Letter Book, p. ] May 6, , Southampton John Ellzey to the same. Capt. Scras's prize is discharged at Chichester. Recounts all his proceedings respecting the sugars purchased by Pescod out of Tiball's [Theobald's] prize. Has now taken Mr. .
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Get this from a library. His Maiesties two proclamations to the counties of Southampton and Dorset: declaring his grace, favour, and pardon to the inhabitants of the said counties: given at his court at Reading, the 28 of November in the 18 yeer of his reign, [Charles, King of England; England and Wales.
Sovereign ( Charles I)]. Get this from a library. His Maiesties two proclamations to the counties of Southampton and Dorset: declaring his grace, favour, and pardon to the inhabitants of the said counties.
Given at his court at Reading, the 28 of November, in the 18 yeer of his reign. God save the king. [Charles, King of England; England and Wales. Sovereign ( Charles I)]. Hampshire (/ ˈ h æ m p ʃ ər /, /-ʃ ɪər / (); postal abbreviation Hants.) is a county in South East England on the English Channel coast.
The county town is Winchester, England's former capital two largest cities, Southampton and Portsmouth, are administered separately as unitary authorities; the rest of the county is governed by Hampshire County tuent country: England. Ordered, That the Mayor and Sheriff of the Town and County of Southampton be required not to publish the Proclamation prohibiting the Receipt of Tonage and Poundage, under Colour of the late pretended Ordinance of both Houses of Parliament; a Proclamation of his Majesty's Grace, Favour, and Pardon, to the Inhabitants of his County of.
Warrant from Treasurer Southampton to the Clerk of the Signet attending for a Privy Seal in terms recited in full, for the Surveyor General of Lands and the Auditors and Receivers General of the counties of Herts and Berks to pay the sums of 51l.
per an. for ten years from November last, and l. per an. for two years from December last to the. Two more light infantry regiments subsequently joined the British Army, as the th and th regiments, transferred from the HEIC in  Rifle regiments: An experimental corps of riflemen, equipped with Baker rifles and clothed in rifle green uniforms, was formed inand numbered as the 95th foot in .
Treasurer Southampton to the Receivers of the 18 months' assessment in the counties, respectively, of Southampton, Devon, Surrey and Southwark, Kent, Essex and Exeter city, representing the great prejudice to His Majesty's affairs from the non-payment of the said assessment and the arrears thereon (said arrears being stated to be respectively.
His Majesty directed that for supply of them the royal aid of the counties of Berks, Bedford, Cambridge, and Ely, Essex, Hampshire and the Isle of Wight (except 2,l.
that was assigned for Sir John Lawson) Huntingdon and Sussex should be totally assigned from Lady Day, the first three monthes of those counties being assigned unto Sir. Collection of all Remonstrances, Declarations, Orders, Ordinances, Proclamations, &c., between the King's most excellent Majesty and his High Court of Parlia- ment, 4to.
Interesting to Hampshire Collectors from the fact that it contains the Proclamation of Pardon to the Inhabitants of Southampton, November, Money warrant for l. to Thomas Holder for His Majesty's [share of the] adventure into Guinea, viz., l.
thereof for the increase of His Majesty's two stores, and 60l. for the satisfying the arrear of a former assessment agreed upon by His Majesty and the Company of the Royal Adventurers for Guinea.
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Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Full text of "Collections, illustrating the history of the Catholic religion in the counties of Cornwall, Devon, Dorset.
Oct. 7,Henry Bushrode is appoynted to kepe the keys, and to see the two east gates and that on Gallows Hill shut at night and opened in the morning, and is to have for his paines 6s. a quarter. They are to open all the gates at break of day, and to shut all the back gates at candle lighting, and the east, west, and south mayne gates.
The converted cavaliers confession of their designe when first we drew the King away from his Parliament as also (now our eyes are in some measure opened) that we see there was a deeper plot and designe in hand at that time by the papists who made use of us to accomplish their own designe, which then lay hid from us, but now discovereth it.
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Thomas Dunckerley (23 October – 19 November ) was a prominent freemason, being appointed Provincial Grand Master of several provinces, promoting Royal Arch masonry, introducing Mark Masonry to England, and instituting a national body for Templar masonry.
This was made possible by an annuity of £, rising to £, which he obtained from King George III by claiming to be his. Once again, the maritime counties were to the fore: the first issue of arms to the Devon Militia was made on 5 Decemberand they were embodied on 23 June Two, later four (North, South, East and Exeter), battalions were formed in Devon under the command of the Duke of Bedford as Lord Lieutenant.
From to the North Devon. The New Forest is one of the largest remaining tracts of unenclosed pasture land, heathland and forest in Southern England, covering southwest Hampshire and southeast was proclaimed a royal forest by William the Conqueror, featuring in the Domesday -existing rights of common pasture are still recognised today, being enforced by official verderers.
In pursuance of two orders from His Excellency Sir Guy Carleton K. General and Commander in Chief of His Majesty's Forces from Nova Scotia to West Florida inclusive, both dated Head Quarters, New York, the one 15 April and the other 2nd May, We whose names are hereunto subscribed do certify that we did carefully inspect the aforegoing.
(From Ancient Records, Vol. 3, containing Charters, Commissions, &c.) THE TREASURER and COMPANY's Commission to Sir Francis Wyatt, Governor, and Council, which said council are to assist the governor in the administration of justice, to advance christianity among Indians, to erect the colony in obedience to his majesty and in maintaining the people in justice and christian conversation, and.twenty-two years.
His marriage to Marion Atkins took place in September,her father being by this time Bishop of Moray. They had a son and two daughters?Anna, baptized 27th October, i James, baptized 18th January, ; and Janet, baptized 19th December, Both .Two years later the 3rd Duke of Norfolk recommended him to succeed Sir William Fitzwilliam I, 1st Earl of Southampton as lieutenant in the north, but this command went to the Earl of Hertford, and Russell received another of Southampton’s offices, that of lord privy seal: his failure to take Montreuil, when he was called upon to campaign in.