A petition presented unto His Majestie at his court at Bristoll on the 7 day of August, 1643.
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A petition presented unto His Majestie at his court at Bristoll on the 7 day of August, 1643. By Sir Baynham Throkmorton baronet, high Sheriffe of the County of Gloucester, on the behalfe of the clothiers of the same county. VVith His Majesties answer thereunto. by Throckmorton, Baynham Sir

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Published by [by H. Hall] in Oxford .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Clothing trade -- England -- Gloucester -- Early works to 1800,
  • Clothing workers -- England -- Gloucester -- Early works to 1800

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Edition Notes

Other titlesPetition presented unto His Majestie at his court at Bristoll on the 7 day of August. 1643
GenreEarly works to 1800
SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 2011:21
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[2], 4 p
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15421005M

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Forsameikle as his Majestie was graciously pleased, in his answer to the petition tendred by the Commissioners of the late Assembly to his Majestie, to declare and promise, for the better providing of vaiking kirks at his Majestie's presentation with qualified ministers, to present one out of a list of six persons, sent to his Majestie from the. Sess. 4, August 5, —The Petition of the distressed Professours in Ireland for Ministers. Sess. 6. August 8, —Acts for subscribing the Covenant. Sess. 7, August 9, —Act for Searching Books tending to Separation. Approbation of the Proceedings of the Commissioners of the last Assembly. The petition of the House of Commons, which accompanied The Declaration of the state of the kingdome when it was presented to His Majestie at Hampton Court. (London: [s.n.], ), by England and Wales. Parliament (HTML at EEBO TCP). Then in a petition supporting the election of Miles Jackson & Robert Aldworth Esqrs to sit in the city parliament (House of Burgesses) contained the name Edward Perrin Helena Elizabeth Nott, ed., The Deposition Books of Bristol (volume 2) (Printed for the Bristol .

In , Bristol, although occupied by Parliamentarian forces still had plenty of Royalist sympathisers in the city of Bristol. A merchant, Robert Yeamans, bribed a Captain and three lieutenants of the city guard and gathered a band of around thirty co-conspirators, who were sworn to secrecy by George Boucher, a friend of Yeamans. Anon., King Charles his welcome home, or a Congratvlation of all his loving Subiects in thankefulnesse to God for his Maiesties safe and happie returne from Scotland, (London, ) Anon., The Kings Majesties Speech, in the Parliament at Edinburgh the Seventeenth day of August. The very same day, his Highness received an Express from the King in Cypher, whereby he was advertised, that his Majesty had beaten Wallers Armie, at Croplie Bridg, and was on his march to joyne both Armies in the West, if possible: His Majestie not knowing certainly, whither our Armie was come Eastward of Essex or not, thus unknown to. County Court August Term, Page (LDS ) William H. Little Esqr. Is admitted to practiseding an attorney at law in this court, took oaths. Henry Co., Ky. County Court August Term, Page (LDS ) Benjamin Green allowed 12/- for a Wolf’s head. Henry Co., Ky.

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