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Mr. Edward Bagshaw his first speech in Parliament, Saturday the seventh of Novemb. 1640

Edward Bagshaw

Mr. Edward Bagshaw his first speech in Parliament, Saturday the seventh of Novemb. 1640

by Edward Bagshaw

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Published by Printed for Francis Constable in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Great Britain -- History -- Charles I, 1625-1649

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 304:12
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[2], 5 p
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18036713M

    PREVIOUS EDITIONS OF THE DIARY. I. Memoirs of Samuel Pepys, Esq., F.R.S., Secretary to the Admiralty in the reigns of Charles II. and James II., comprising his Diary from to , deciphered by the Rev. John Smith, A.B., of St. John’s College, Cambridge, from the original Shorthand MS. in the Pepysian Library, and a Selection from his Private Corresp. On his return to Norwich, on November 25th, his Royal Highness attended a ball and supper, given by Mrs. Charles Manners Sutton at the Bishop’s Palace. *—“The coursing meeting at Swaffham last week was numerously and respectably attended. The silver cup was won by Mr. Denton’s bitch Nettle, which beat Mr. Tyssen’s bitch.

    Mussolini as Revealed in His Political Speeches (November August ) (London and Toronto: also his speeches, chronologically arranged, from Pappsville, Ill., , to his last speech in Washington, Ap including his inaugurals The Ashland text book, being a compendium of Mr. Clay's speeches, on various public. A sermon preached at St. Pauls March Being the anniversary of his Majesties happy inauguration to his crowne. By Henry King, Deane of Rochester, and residentiary of St. Pauls: one of his Maiesties chaplaines in ordinary (London: Printed by Edward Griffin,

    Edward s. of Mr. Edward Peteres & Christina his w., b. 88 Ann the base child of Sarah Garner & John Dorrell Sarah d. of John Farriage & Sarah his wife, a. 6 days JoNm MERAo, Rector. The list of rectors since has been supplied by Canon 0. A. Shepherd. t Transcribed by Mr. John Bromley during his visit to the Island Aug.-Ot. From the tenor of the telegrams received by the Government on Thursday we were led to expect further and fuller particulars from Mr. in a short time.


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Mr. Edward Bagshaw his first speech in Parliament, Saturday the seventh of Novemb. 1640 by Edward Bagshaw Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Parliament. The Secretary must have built another residence upon some of the land remaining in his possession ; for, from a note found in Mr. Samuel Sewall's diary, it appears that Mr. Rawson had care- fully preserved the "Massachusetts books and papers at his house," and on Saturday, March 5,his house was visited by Justices Lynde and Eullivant.

Dedicated to Sir Edward Barkham and his wife, with whom he ‘found the first safe and quiet harbour after my long wanderings and tossings in the common storme.’ c. The Advantage of Afflictions; a Sermon before House of Peers 28 Jan.

the day of publike humiliation,’ in Westminster Abbey. William Bridge, M.A., of Yarmouth. The first session of the fifth Parliament was opened by the acting Governor on the 31st of July,and in his inaugural speech touching references were made to the late "good and impartial" Governor, and also to the attempt on the life of the Duke of Edinburgh at Sydney.

The earl, of whose taste and munificence the Arundelian collections formed a noble monument, departed this life at Padua, on the 4th of October (or, as another account says, the 26th September),in the sixty-first year of his age, having been two years before created Earl of Norfolk, in consideration of his lineal descent from Thomas de.

Full text of "Chronicles of the County Wexford, being a record of memorable incidents, disasters, social occurrences, and crimes, also, biographies of eminent persons, &c., &c., brought down to the year " See other formats. Sir George Wentworth, upon his Protestation made to the House to keep secret all such Matters as passed this day, had leave to resort to his Brother the Earl of Strafford, but all the other Members of this House are restrained from resorting unto him, without leave first obtained.

Saturday, February 27th, Members to manage the Evidence. For Stow in his Survey of London (which Book was first printed in the Year ) says, Of late Years, in place of these Stage-plays (i. those of Religious Matters) have been used Comedies, Tragedies, Interludes, and Histories, both true and feigned; for the acting whereof certain publick Places, as the Theatre, the Curtine, &c.

have been. The Privy Council being informed that the City of London was about to petition his Majesty to call a Parliament, wrote a Letter to the Lord Mayor and Aldermen of the City of London, as followeth. Sept. To stop the Londoners Petition to his Majesty.

In28th November, a payment is recorded to his widow: iiij li paid to mr Goldstons wiffe for the waites wages. There was a company of Drapers in Coventry, just as in Shrewsbury.

Thomas's father's involvement with the wool trade, its connection with Drapers and membership of relatives of the Drapers' Company of Shrewsbury, may explain.

The disputed issue may be that of Leeds Castle. James, duke of York, in any case, was not king. Heneage Finch (–), who began his public career in first in parliament and then as solicitorgeneral, rose to the position of lord chancellor in The year before his death he received the earldom of Nottingham (HC, ii.

–22). Although his hands were very full, Orton carried the needs of Bathurst upon his heart and in November took the first opportunity of visiting the district again.

He left on November 1st, accompanied by Mr. Terry, and again preached to two chain gangs near Collitt's Inn, visited Mr. Walker at O'Connell Plains and Mr. Lane at "Orton Park". Memoranda of Mr. Edward Bedingfeld () § 3. School Accounts for his son Richard (). 21 I § 4. he breathed his last on the 22nd of November He was buried in.

The others that lasted longer than a year were the last two Parliaments of Henry VIII’s reign (January – March and November – January ), the first Parliament of Edward VI. Underneath this stone lieth interred the body of Mr. William Burton, late of Cock-street within this parish of Diss, who was a person of known probity, justice, integrity, and charity, and very much valued for his true and hearty friendship to his neighbours; he departed this life the 14th of February, anno Dom.

in the 59th year of his. Quincy exerted his talents in a most eloquent harangue. Cranch quoted the Bishop of Quebec’s letter4 concerning the French Missionaries among the Indians.

Some, he says, are very good men. Wednesday. Set out for Worcester; dined at Dedham, and rode from thence in the rain to Mendon. Supped and lodged at Josiah Adams’s. Thursday. him at the head of his first wife's grave, in grateful and loving remembrance of her.

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