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|Contributions||Sidley, John, Sir., Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons.|
The Kent Memorial Library in Suffield, a rare and remarkable work of modern architecture by an accomplished Connecticut architect, Warren Platner, is going to be needlessly and heedlessly demolished. In its place will be a new, much larger building that is likely to be quite ordinary. Genealogies of the Different Families Bearing the Name of Kent in the United States Together with Their Possible English Ancestry A.D. Lloyd Vernon Briggs Rockwell & Churchill Press, - 5/5(1).
The Humble Petition and Protestation of the County of Kent: Presented the 30th of August To the Parliament; Three Ordinances of the Lords and Commons Assembled in Parliament. Containing the Names of Divers Knights and Gentlemen, to Be Added to the Committees in the Counties of Kent and Sussex, for the Weekly Assessements. Walsh, Peter, ? To the King's most excellent Majesty the humble remonstrance, acknowledgement, protestation, and petition of the Roman Catholick clergy of Ireland- .
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The Humble Petition and Protestation of the County of Kent: Presented the 30th of August, to the Parliament by Sir John Sidley. Wherein They Disclaim That Late, Bold, and Unexampled Petition Sent to His Majestie, Contrived by a Few Malevolent, Ambitious and Loose Persons, and Their Reall Affections to King and Parliament.
The Humble petition and protestation of the county of Kent: presented the 30th of August, to the honorable Houses of Parliament by Sir John Sidley knight with many thousands of hands thereunto: wherein they disclaim that late, bold, and unexampled petition sent to His Majestie contrived by a few malevolent ambitious and loose persons and their reall affections to King and Parliament: together.
presented the 30th of August, to the honourable Houses of Parliament by Sir John Sidley, Knight, with many thousands of hands thereunto: wherein they disclaim that late bold and unexampled petition sent to His Majestie, contrived by a few malevolent, ambitious and loose persons, and their reall affections to King and Parliament ; together with Sir John Sidleys speech upon the presenting of the said petition.
To the Kings Most Excellent Majestie the humble petition of the countie of Cornvvall. Published: () A new petition to the Kings most Excellent Majestie The humble petition of the knights, gentry, free-holders, of the county of Yorke, who have subscribed hereto:.
The humble petition and protestation of the county of Kent:: presented the 30th of August, to the honorable Houses of Parliament by Sir John Sidley knight, with many thousands of hands : b. or Sir John Sidley. To the Right Honourable the House of Peers assembled in Parliament, the humble petition of the knights, gentlemen, ministers, freeholders, and other inhabitants of the county of Kent (London: Printed for Joseph Hunscott, ), by England and Wales.
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.
The Humble PETITION Of the Worshipful Thomas Adams, John Langham, and James Bunce, Aldermen of London. Presented to the Lords at their Bar on Tuesday APRIL Wherein is declared their firm resolution to stand for the defence of the established Laws of the Land.
Also their Protestation. On 23 Februaryduring a sitting of the Second Protectorate Parliament, Sir Christopher Packe, a Member of Parliament and former Lord Mayor of London (chosen by those supporting Kingship as he was a less controversial character than the leaders of the Kingship party), presented the Lord Protector Oliver Cromwell with a remonstrance which became known as the Humble Petition and uced by: Sir Christopher Packe.
Humble Petition and Advice. T he Humble Petition and Advice was a constitutional document drawn up by a group of MPs in under which Lord Protector Oliver Cromwell was offered the Crown. It represented an attempt by civilian Parliamentarians to move back towards traditional forms of government after the imposition of various army-led constitutional experiments, in particular the.
To the Parliament of the Commonvvealth of England: the Humble Petition of Many of the Well-affected of the County of Kent. London: Printed by Henry Hills, living at the sign of Sir John Old Castle in Py-Corner, APA: (). The Root and Branch Petition (), The Protestation of A.D.
Act for the Abolition of the Court of High Commission (), Resolutions of the House of Commons on Ecclesiastical Innovations (), Order of the Lords Concerning the Services of the Church (), Lord Brabazon's Petition.
Ordered, That the Petition and Cause of the Lord Brabazon, who formerly preferred his Petition to the Grand Committee for Irish Affairs, be referred to the Sub-committee, appointed by the House to consider of the Petitions of the Lord Mountnorris, Earl of Kildare &c.
The petition of Mrs. Drummond, the answer of Mrs. Berkeley, and the whole of the evidence, are preserved in a book in the office of the general court, labelled "Bonds, &c." from toNo. 2, pa. 80, 87 et seq.
Mrs. Drummond complains of the cruelty of Sir William Berkeley, in the trial, condemnation and execution of her husband, and of. Humble petition and protestation of all the bishops and prelates now called by His Majesties writs to attend the Parliament, and present about London and Westminster for that service.
The Online Books Page. Browsing subject area: Feudalism -- England -- Early works to England -- Kent -- Early works to A treatise of gavelkind, both name and thing. Shewing the true etymologie and derivation of the one, the nature, antiquity, and original of the other.
The humble petition of two sisters the Church and Common. The Little Book of Kent is a funny, fast-paced, fact-packed compendium of the sort of frivolous, fantastic or simply strange information which no-one will want to be without. Here we find out about the most unusual crimes and punishments, eccentric inhabitants, famous sons and daughters and literally hundreds of wacky facts (plus some /5(18).
The humble petition of many well-affected citizens, and other the free-born people of England. ([London: s.n., ]) (HTML at EEBO TCP) To the Honourable the Commons of England in Parliament assembled. The humble petition of many well-affected citizens, and other the free-born people of England.
([London: s.n., ]) (HTML at EEBO TCP). The Humble Petition of the Commons of Kent, Agreed Upon at Their Generall Assizes, Presented to His Maiestie the First of August. Instructions from the Honourable House of Commons Assembled in Parliament, to the Committee in Kent The Humble Petition and Protestation of the County of Kent: Presented the 30th of August In British parliamentary procedure, a humble address is a communication from one of the houses of the Parliament of the United Kingdom to the monarch.
For example, following the speech from the throne opening a parliament, each house will debate the contents of the speech under a motion for a humble address thanking the Queen for the speech. Start studying AQA A Level history - The English Revolution Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.To the Kings most Excellent Majesty and the lords and peeres now assembled Parliament: the humble petition and protestation of all the bishops and prelates now called by His Majesties writts to attend the Parliament, and present about London and Westminster, for that service.
To the King's Most Excellent Majesty: Most Gracious Sovereign: We, your Majesty's faithful subjects of the Colonies of New-Hampshire, Massachusetts Bay, Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations, Connecticut, New-York, New-Jersey, Pennsylvania, the Counties of New-Castle, Kent, and Sussex, on Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina, in behalf of ourselves .