4 edition of A declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament found in the catalog.
A declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1614:45|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||8,  p|
|Number of Pages||12|
John Boys of Elmington, Mr. Having received these frivolous delays, which we might have interpreted absolute denials of any Treaty of Peace, we yet resolved not to give over our endeavours, for that which so much concerned the good of our Country, and the welfare of all Professors of the true Protestant Religion; but by our humble and earnest desires to his Majesty, prevailed with him to write his Royal Letters, and once more desire a Treaty for Peace, tho it had been so often formerly rejected, and to avoid all colour of exception, to direct it to The Lords and Commons of Parliament assembled at Westminster; which was done and inclosed in a Letter from the Earl of Forth to their General: a Copy of both which Letters hereafter follow. On the fall of the hammer, such risk shall devolve upon the Purchaser. Right Honourable, We have yesterday received and considered your Lordships Letter, concerning our Expedition into England, and do know that your Lordships are not so great Strangers to our Proceedings, as not to know that this was not intended, till all other means were first assayed and disappointed. The parliament drew up a Declaration of Right to address abuses of government under James II and to secure the religion and liberties of Protestantswhich was finalised on 12 February. Lots may only be returned by consent of the Auctioneers, and this consent will only be considered if the purchaser states reasons for default in writing within 10 days of the sale in the case of UK purchasers and 14 days in the case of overseas purchasers.
To this was returned a Letter, directed to the Earl of Forth, in these Words, viz. John Boys of Elmington, Mr. Our bank details will be supplied to you on your invoice. At the Parliament begun at Westminster the five and twentieth day of april On 13 February the Declaration of Rights, drawn up by a committee of the commons, was delivered by the Lords and Commons to William and Mary of Orange. They are prepared well in advance of the sale and are subject to revision.
Our bank details will be supplied to you with your invoice. His Majesty having by His Proclamation, upon occasion of the Invasion from Scotland, and other weighty Reasons, commanded our attendance at Oxford upon the 22 d of January last, there to advise him for the preservation of the Religion, Laws, and Safety of the Kingdom, and to restore it to its former Peace and Security: These Motives, with the true Sense of our Country's Miseries, quickned our Duty to give ready Obedience to those His Royal Commands, hoping by God's Blessing to have become happy Instruments for such good Ends. But it is your present Honour, and will be more to Posterity, that God hath made you Instruments to defend your Sovereign, and to preserve your Country; to see that Religion and Law to flourish, which you have rescued from the Violence of Rebellion; for which I hope, in time, to recompense every one of you; but if I shall not, here is One fn. And as we are more deeply affected with unfeigned Grief for these unhappy Differences betwixt His Majesty and His Subjects, and more sensibly touched with the Sufferings of our Brethren, than desirous to judge of the Laws and Practices of another Kingdom; so do we hold our selves in duty obliged to our Country, to clear this Kingdom of that unjust Aspersion of Invasion. All commission bids must be received no later than 5pm on the day prior to the auction.
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My Lord, His Majesty having by his Proclamation of the 22d of December, upon occasion of the Invasion threatned, and in part begun, by some of his Subjects of Scotland, Summon'd all the Members of hoth Houses of Parliament to attend him here at Oxford, we whose Names are under-written are here met and assembled in obedience to those his Majesty's Commands; his Majesty was pleased to invite us in the said Proclamation by these Gracious Expressions, That his Subjects should see how willing he was to receive advice for the preservation of the Religion, Laws, and Safety of the Kingdom, and as far as in him lay, to restore its former Peace and Security, his chief and only end, from those whom they had trusted, tho he could not receive it in the place where he appointed.
Contact us. My Lord, I Cannot so willingly write to you in any business as in that of Peace, the endeavour thereof being the principal Dnty of those who are trusted in places of our Commands; especially when the Blood that is spilt is of Persons under the same Allegiance and the same Country and Religion, his Majesty continuing constant in his pious and servent desires of a happy end to these bloody Distractions.
The Auctioneer accepts no responsibility in connection with the commissioning of his staff to bid for any lots. But it is your present Honour, and will be more to Posterity, that God hath made you Instruments to defend your Sovereign, and to preserve your Country; to see that Religion and Law to flourish, which you have rescued from the Violence of Rebellion; for which I hope, in time, to recompense every one of you; but if I shall not, here is One fn.
The auction is only extended on the lots receiving bids within the final 10 minutes. That the Lords and Commons now remaining at Westminster, that have given their Votes and Consent for the making and using of a new Great Seal, have thereby counterfeited the King's Great Seal, and therein committed High Treason.
The parliament spent much time arguing over whether James II was considered to have abdicated or abandoned the throne in some manner and who then should take the crown.
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A separate but similar document applies in Scotland: the Claim of Right. John Baker, Mr. And if the difficulties of the passage had not stopped our Declarations, concerning our present Expedition into England, or the industry of our Adversaries suppressed the same, from coming to your Lordships hands, you will never have so far mis-interpreted our entry into England, as to have named it to be an Invasion, nor a design of Conquest of that Kingdom, where we desire the Throne of our Native King to be established to all Ages.
The parliament drew up a Declaration of Right to address abuses of government under James II and to secure the religion and liberties of Protestantswhich was finalised on 12 February.
All other lots will close at the specified time. The Auctioneers act as agents only. These conditions shall be governed by and construed in accordance with English Law. Returns 12a. Twisleton, Mr. These things are too apparent to every ordinary understanding; and yet were not forward to apprehend the Scorn of that Letter, or take it for a denial of a Treaty; but being still sollicitous for that happy Peace, which alone could redeem this Kingdom from rain, we resolved to try another way, and for avoiding delay or cavil about Names or Titles, or descants upon Words, to forbear writing, and humbly besought his Majesty to send Messengers, with Instructions, to desire a Treaty for Peace, who was pleased to name Mr.
English Bill of Rights An Act Declaring the Rights and Liberties of the Subject and Settling the Succession of the Crown Whereas the Lords Spiritual and Temporal and Commons assembled at Westminster, lawfully, fully and freely representing all the estates of the people of this realm, did upon the thirteenth day of February in the year of our Lord one thousand six hundred eighty-eight [old style date] present unto their Majesties, then called and known by the names and style of William and Mary, prince and princess of Orange, being present in their proper persons, a certain declaration in writing made by the said Lords and Commons in the words following, viz.
Newman, Mr, George Hall, Mr. This will continue until no bids are placed for the last 10 minutes of an auction. With little change the Declaration was enacted in December as the Bill of Rights. For additional information on a lot please ensure that any condition reports are received in writing by 5pm 48hrs before the auction.
So help me God. The auctioneer may at his sole discretion determine the advance of bidding or refuse a bid, divide any lot, combine any two or more lots or withdraw any lot without prior notice. Upon failure of complying with the above condition, the Auctioneers shall be at liberty to re-sell the Lot or Lots, whether by Public Auction or Private Sale on the premises or elsewhere and the deficiency, if any, together with all charges attending the same, shall be made good by the defaulter at this sale who shall have no claim to any surplus that may arise from each second sale.
I rest, Your Lordship's humble Servant. And what could that printed Covenant, and two Declarations enclosed signify, but to let us know, that before we come to any Treaty, we must also join in that Covenant with them for the absolute extirpation of Church-Government here, without, nay tho against the King's consent; submit the Lives, Liberties, and Estates of us, and all those, who according to their Allegiance, have assisted his Majesty, to their Mercy; and admit and justify the Invasion from Scotland, according to the plain Sense of their Declaration?
The Auctioneer shall remit the proceeds of the sale to the seller thirty days after the date of the auction provided that the Auctioneer has received the total sum due from the buyer.Parliament. House of Commons. A declaration of the Commons assembled in Parliament concerning the rise and progresse of the grand rebellion in Ireland.
Together with a multitude of examinations of persons of quality, whereby it may easily appear to all the world, who were, and still are the promoters of that cruell and unheard of rebellion.
English Civil War. Die Martis, 8. Junii, A declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, for making void a former declaration of the thirtieth of March concerning the army, London: Edward Husband, June 9, , single-sheet broadside (trimmed to edges), repair to left edge, sheet size x cm (8 x in), together with: Charnock (Robert), A true copy of the.
Nov 12, · BILL OF RIGHTS, -- The declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled at Westminster; presented to Their Highnesses the Prince and Princess of Orange, at White-Hall the 13th. of February, /atlasbowling.com: 2° ( x mm). Bifolium, page 2, line 11 ending 'cruel'.
(Cropped at head and tail, with loss of part of 'The' on p.1, the catchwords on pp. 2 and 3, and page numbers to. * This ordinance recited that "The Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, taking into serious consideration the manifold inconveniences that have arisen by the Book of Common Prayer in this kingdom and resolving according to their Covenant, to reform religion according to the Word of God, and the example of the best reformed Churches; have.
Now in pursuance of the premisses, the said Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, in Parliament assembled, for the ratifying, confirming and establishing the said declaration, and the articles, clauses, matters, and things therein contained, by the force of a law made in due form by authority of Parliament, do pray that it may be declared.
And a little more than a year later, on 31 Mayan anonymous tract appeared that directly attacked Parliament’s declaration. A Declaration of the Parliament of England, Expressing the Grounds of Their Late Proceedings, and of Setling the Present Government in the Way of a Free State ().