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To His Most Excellent Maiestie King Charles the Second our Most Gracious Soveraign

To His Most Excellent Maiestie King Charles the Second our Most Gracious Soveraign

the humble address of the officers of the severall regiments of horse under the command of His Excellency the Lord General Monck, as it was presented by them to His Majestie at Dartford Heath in Kent this present Tuesday, May 29, 1660.

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Published by Printed by S. Griffin for John Playford ... in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 518:18.
ContributionsCharles II, King of England, 1630-1685, Albemarle, George Monck, Duke of, 1608-1670.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[2], 5-8 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16742181M

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To His Most Excellent Maiestie King Charles the Second our Most Gracious Soveraign: the humble address of the officers of the severall regiments of horse under the command of His Excellency the Lord General Monck, as it was presented by them to His Majestie at Dartford Heath in Kent this present Tuesday, A satyre dedicated to His most excellent Maiestie.

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While we have attempted to accurately maintain the integrity of the original workAuthors: Charles I, King of England. To his Excellency the Lord General Monck The humble address of the Members of Parliament (in behalf of the people) interrupted and forceably secluded by Cromwell and his confederates, To His Most Excellent Maiestie King Charles the Second our Most Gracious Soveraign the humble address of the officers of the severall regiments of horse.

History of King Charles the Second of England. (New York, Harper & brothers, [c]), by Jacob Abbott (page images at HathiTrust) An historical and critical account of the lives and writings of James I. and Charles I. and of the lives of Oliver Cromwell and Charles II From original writers and state-papers.

God and the King. Gods strength the Kings salvation A sermon preached at Aylesham in the county of Norfolk, upon the 29 day of Maybeing the anniversary day of thanksgiving, for the thrice happy and glorious restauration of our most Gracious Soveraign King Charles the second, to the royal government of all his Majesties kingdoms and.

A sermon preached before his Maiestie, on Sunday the XIX. of Iune, at White-Hall Appointed to be preached at the opening of the Parliament. By the Bishop of S. Dauids. Laud, William, / [] A sermon preached at VVhite-hall, on the of March, Beeing the day of the beginning of his Maiesties most gracious reigne.

The King Declared, early May Anthony Sadler: Majestie Irradiant 1 (1 May) Thomason dated his copy of this broadside on Mayday.

The Author. According to Anthony Wood, Anthony Sadler (c) left "behind him the character of a man of a rambling head and turbulent spirit," a view confirmed by published reports of the controversies which Sadler seems to have.

To the best of MONARCHS / HIS / MAIESTY / OF GREAT BRITTAIN, &c. / CHARLES / THE SECOND, / A GRATULATORY POEM / On the most happy Arrival of his most Excellent Majestie Charles the second, by the Grace of God, KING of England, Scot-/ land, France, and Ireland, who landed at Dover Friday, May the to the most unspeakable joy of his SUBJECTS.

An Inquiry Into the Share Which King Charles I Had in the Transactions of the Earl of Glamorgan, Afterwards Marquis of Worcester, for Bringing Over a Body of Irish Rebels to Assist That King, in the Years and (second edition, with appendix; London: Printed for A.

Millar, ), by Thomas Birch (multiple formats at Google). The famous allegorical frontispiece by William Marshall depicts Charles I as a Christian martyr. The work was so successful in its portrayal of the king that, at the Restoration, a special commemoration of the king on 30 January was added to the Book of Common Prayer.

Charles I is the only saint formally canonized by the Church of England. A short view of the life and reign of King Charles -- Several speeches delivered by His Majesty -- His Majesties messages for peace -- His Majesties letters to severall persons -- His Majesties private letters to the Queen and others -- The papers which passed betwixt His Majestie and Mr.

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Catalogue of the works of ancient masters: the property of His Most Gracious Majesty William the Fourth, the Most Noble the Marquess of Westminster, and the Right Honourable Sir Charles Bagot Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. Beowulf has just given his life to take the dragon's treasure.

Through his action he has valiantly defeated evil and greed. By giving the treasure to his people, he is also fulfilling the heroic code's demands for a generous ruler. However, in this moment, he questions whether wealth was worth the loss of his life. Full text of "Catalogue of the Pamphlets, Books, Newspapers, and Manuscripts Relating to the Civil War, the " See other formats.

Holy Bible or King James. You Searched For: London Bonham Norton and John Bill Printers to the Kings most Excellent Maiestie, Hardcover.[2] pp.

[With] Murray, Thomas, Compiler. [Part II] The Acts Made in the First Parliament of Our Most High and Dread Soveraign, Charles the First.

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Hart and Ross Kenyon (Indianapolis: Liberty Fund, ).I persuade myself that the bountiful and gracious Author of man’s being and faculties, and all things else, delights in the beauty of his creation, and is well pleased with the industry of man in adorning the earth with beautiful cities and castles, with pleasant villages and country houses, with regular gardens and orchards, and plantations of all sorts of shrubs, and herbs, and fruits.6 That neither by the great Seale, nor by the little Seale, Justice shall be delayed; ergo, the King cannot take any cause out of any of his Courts, and give Judgment upon it himselfe, but in his owne cause he may stay it, as it doth appeare, H And the Judges informed the King, that no King after the conquest assumed to himselfe to give.