4 edition of Another declaration from both Houses of Parliament, sent to His Majesty March 23, 1641 found in the catalog.
Another declaration from both Houses of Parliament, sent to His Majesty March 23, 1641
England and Wales. Parliament.
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1440:60|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| 5 p|
Page 19 The Irish Rebellion, Octob. THE first dark Light, of which Sir William Cole (the 11th. of * October, ) gave the Lords Justices, and Council notice of: As that there was a great Resort made to Sir Phelim O Neals, in the County of Tyrone, as also to the House of the Lord Mac-Guire, in the County of Fermanagh, and that by several suspected Persons (fit Instru∣ments for. A great conspiracy of the papists, against the worthy members of both Houses of Parliament.: And also against the City of London, and generally the whole kingdome. Discovered by divers wicked and bloody letters, which by Gods providence came to light, and was read in the House of Commons the and of January,
October, Three women, whereof one gentlewoman was big with child, and a boy, were hanged on the bridge of Neuragh by command of Sir Charles Coote, in his first march to that county; and he caused his guide to blow into his pistol, and so shot him dead. He also hanged a poor butcher on the same march, called Thomas Mac William. With the generall occasion of grief to the House, thorough His Majesties alienating himself from his Parliament in his opinions. Whereunto is added, some passages that hapned [sic] the ninth of March, between the Kings Majesty, and the committee of both Houses, when the declaration was delivered.
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The humble petition and declaration of both Houses of Parliament to the Kings most excellent Majesty, sent to Yorke by one Lord and two members of the House of Commons on Wednesday, the 23 of March, in answer to every particular of His Majesties speech at Newmarket which he made to the committee of both Houses when they presented the last declaration: with their additionall.
Get this from a library. The humble petition and declaration of both Houses of Parliament to the Kings most excellent Majesty: sent to Yorke, by one Lord and two members of the House of Commons on Wednesday the of March. In answer to every particular of His Majesties speech at New-market which hee made to the committee of both Houses when they presented the last declaration.
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