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A speech made to His Highnesse the Prince of Orange

BrГ©val Monsieur de

A speech made to His Highnesse the Prince of Orange

from the French Church in the Savoy, pronounced by Monsieur de Breual, chaplain in ordinary to His Majesty, and one of the ministers belonging to that church. Translated from the French

by BrГ©val Monsieur de

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Published by [s.n.] in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • William -- II, -- King of England, -- 1056?-1100 -- Early works to 1800

  • Edition Notes

    GenreEarly works to 1800
    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 1755:20
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[2], 1, 4-7, [1] p
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15412641M

    This chronology is meant to help provide a sense of historical context for students of Restoration and 18th-century British literature. The chronology is intended for browsing, with the assumption that meandering through portions of it is the best way to get a sense of the historical context around the specific moment or era you are interested in. PARLIAMENTARY HISTORY. Part 2: The Braye Manuscripts from the House of Lords Record Office REEL 1. Braye Ms 1: Letters and State Papers, - ff May, 25 June Fulk Onslow’s Journal of Proceedings in HC including f10 [17 June] ‘The Protestation of the Queen of Scots’. Dec 28,  · JUST WAR, REBELLION, AND THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION; JOHN KEOWN AND MODERN CRITIQUES ON WHETHER THE WAR OF INDEPENDENCE WAS JUST On the back of the Great Seal of the United States is the image of an American eagle tightly clenching in one talon a bundle of arrows, and in the other an olive branch. The History Of England After the Conquest, An Electronic Edition Henry Ellis, Ed. ("Agamemnon", "Hom. Od. ", "denarius") And at length there was a generall restraint made by the prince of Orenge, that no English ships should passe to or fro the towne of Antwerpe by the riuer of Scheld, such being arrested and diteined at Flishing as were.


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Prince Charles his letter to the Lady Marie his most royall sister: as also another to the Prince of Orange in confirmation of the many favours passing between each other during their residence in England: with his many thanks to the said Prince of Orange in behalf of his mother the Royall Queen of England for her honorable eutertainment [sic].

William III, King of England, [A] Letter from His Highness the Prince of Orange, for the summoning of a convention to be held at Westminster, the 22th of January, /9. (London: Printed by J. Starkey, and A. and W. Churchill, A speech made to His Highnesse the Prince of Orange book, also by King of England William III and Church of England.

Province of Canterbury (HTML at EEBO TCP). A proclamation, for all persons within our quarters in the county of Devon able to bear arms, not being otherwise imployed by His Highnesse, A speech made to His Highnesse the Prince of Orange book dispenced withall, to attend His Highnesse now advancing in person to meet the rebels As also for a generall supplication to be made in all churches of Devon and Exeter, on Sunday the 4.

of Ianuary, for. Haveing therefore an intire Confidence That his said Highnesse the Prince of Orange will perfect the Deliverance soe farr advanced by him and will still preserve them from the Violation of their Rights which they have here asserted and from all other Attempts upon their Religion Rights and perloffphoto.com by: 1.

A speech made to His Highnesse the Prince of Orange book therefore an A speech made to His Highnesse the Prince of Orange book Confidence That his said Highnesse the Prince of Orange will perfect the Deliverance soe farr advanced by him and will still preserve them from the Violation of their Rights which they have here asserted and from all other Attempts upon their Religion Rights and Liberties.

And whereas the said late King James the Second haveing Abdicated the Government and the Throne being thereby Vacant, his [Highnesse] the Prince of Orange (whome it hath pleased Almighty God to make the glorious Instrument of Delivering this Kingdome from Popery and Arbitrary Power) did (by the advice of the Lords Spirituall and Temporall and.

The second part of the principles of art military, practised in the warres of the United Provinces: consisting of the severall formes of battels, represented by the illustrious Maurice Prince of Orange of famous memorie, and His Highnesse Frederick Henry Prince of Orange, that is Captaine Generall of the Army of the high and mighty Lords the.

The second part of the principles of art military, practised in the warres of the United Provinces consisting of the severall formes of battels, represented by the illustrious Maurice Prince of Orange of famous memorie, and His Highnesse Frederick Henry Prince of Orange, that is Captaine Generall of the Army of the high and mighty Lords the.

The prolocutor proceeded and made his speech, wherein hee pretended to excuse himself as unworthy of this great office, as unable to manage it, specially considering the dangers wherein our church at present lay, the might and multitude of her adversaries.

= This don, the Bishop of London (the archbishop absenting himself) spoke, and very much. The imbargo at London is alsoe taken off. His Highnesse was last night untill 11 a clock upon examination of Colonel Penruddock and Colonel Jones, who weere of Sir Joseph Wagstaffe’s party.

His Highnesse and Councill have appointed commissions of oyre and terminer and gaole delivery both for the west and for the north. Netherlands -- History -- Eighty Years' War, -- Drama. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Netherlands -- History -- Eighty Years' War, The Dutch Wars of Independence: Warfare and Commerce in the Netherlands (Modern Wars In Perspective) - Kindle edition by Marjolein 't Hart.

Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Dutch Wars of Independence: Warfare and Commerce in the Netherlands (Modern Wars In /5(2).

Dec 28,  · The volume, which supplies an account of Wither's chief works, was twice reissued posthumously in —first with the new title ‘Nil Vltra, or the Last Works of Captain George Wither;’ and again with the title ‘Fragmenta Prophetica, or the Remains of George Wither, esq.’ Wither died in his house in the precincts of the Savoy on 2 May.

In the meane time, the Prince of Orange, Then Mounsieur Hesselles taking the book ageine, Mounsieur the Amptman read the same othe too his high­nesse in French, and his highnesse made and perfourmed the same in his handes, whiche the Borowghmayster of the Towne of Antwerpe hild vp, because the receiuing of the othe at his hande.

State Papers, December (4 of 7) State Papers, December (4 of 7) Pages they haveinge made an earnest desire to his highnesse to be admitted; whereupon he hath beene pleased to advise with some of the judges, merchants, and divines.

yea almost all the friends of the prince of Orange who are but moderately satisfied. A Collection of the State Papers of John Thurloe, Volume 2, that they had power in the name and behalf of their own province for the exclusion of the prince of Orange, they not forcing nor engaging any of the rest of the provinces thereunto.

Which he thankfully received, and went off from his company. The like speech was also made. Dec 20,  · And whereas the said late King James the Second haveing Abdicated the Government and the Throne being thereby Vacant, his [Highnesse] the Prince of Orange (whome it hath pleased Almighty God to make the glorious Instrument of Delivering this Kingdome from Popery and Arbitrary Power) did (by the advice of the Lords Spirituall and Temporall and.

At a given signal the combatants entered the lists. The dog seemed quite to understand the strange duel on which it was engaged. Barking savagely, and darting round his opponent, he made attempts to leap at his throat; now on this side, now on that he sprang, jumping into the air, and then bounding back out of reach of the stick.

Carleton was Wotton’s successor at Venice. His mission to the Hague in was to invest the prince of Orange with the garter, but his secret instructions were concerned with the Anglo-French quarrel.

——The Speech of Sir Dudley Carlton Lord Embassadour for the King in the Estates Generall of the united Provinces touching Arminius. The Prince caught the creature’s neck in his left hand, trying to squeeze it till it choked.

This held its face (if you could call it a face) about five inches from his own. The forked tongue flickered horribly in and out, but could not reach him.

With his right hand he drew back his sword for the strongest blow he could give. At the ioyfull receiuing of that Illustrious Hope of Greate Britaine, the High and Mighty Charles, to bee created Prince of Wales, Duke of Cornewall, Earle of Chester, &c.

Together with the ample order and solemnity of his Highnesse creation, as it was celebrated in his Maiesties Palace of White-hall on Monday, the fourth of Nouember. The History File. Search this site.

The that the Kings Highnesse is the onely Supreame Governour of this Realme, and all other his Highnesse Dominions and Countries, as well in all Spirituall or Ecclesiasticall things or causes, as Temporall: And that no forraine Prince, Person, Prelate, State or Potentate, hath or ought to have any.

He did then tell me his speech lately to the House in his owne vindication about the report of his selling of places, he having a small occasion offered him by chance, which he did desire, and took, and did it to his content, and, he says, to the House's seeming to approve of it by their hum.

Full text of "The life of James the Second, King of England, &c., collected out of memoirs writ of his own perloffphoto.comer with the King's advice to his son, and His Majesty's will" See other formats. George Wither (11 June O.S., - 2 May O.S., ) was an English poet, pamphleteer, and satirist.

He was a prolific writer who adopted a deliberate plainness of style He was several times imprisoned. Wither, born near Alton, Hampshire, was at Oxford for a short time, and then studied law at.

Posted By Claire on March 26, A big welcome to Seamus O’Caellaigh who visits us today as part of the book tour for his wonderful new book Pustules, Pestilence and Pain: Tudor Treatments and Ailments of Henry perloffphoto.com is an article based on an extract from his book about a complaint that Henry VIII suffered in and how it would have been treated.

The fact is that to hold the King's commission in the Royal Scots Greys inspires a host of chivalrous thoughts and memories. Picture the simple pride shown in the laconic words quoted on page"Greys, from your right number off ten!"and see pages 52 to Here are letters from Francis Charlton Kinchant, who received his commission on 18th January,and was killed at Waterloo.

“It was found better for them by the aduise of the prince of perloffphoto.com tarie for his highnesse vpon a theater which was prepared for him.” A. Fleming et al. Holinshed's Chron. (new ed.) III. Contin. “perloffphoto.com set before all mens eyes, and in the middest of the Theatre of the whole world ” in Confer.

() ii Author: C.W.R.D. Moseley. The History Of Freemasonry. his estranged subjects called to the throne the Protestant Prince of Orange, and James, abdicating the crown, fled to France, where he was hospitably received with his followers by Louis XIV., who could, however, say nothing better of him than that he had given three crowns for a mass.

He then concluded. His anger beares him hence, young prince of France, Since to reduce our enmity to loue, And thereby like a fayre and louely Bryde, To mary peace to France, we are content, To bring the sea-tost barke of your affects, Halfe shipwrackt with the tempest of these wars, To their desired port, as we agreed: Go to your father, and informe him thus: If.

The Decameron, by Giovanni Boccaccio. The Fourth Day. The Fourth Day his manifold and heroycall perfections; meere speech made her extreamely amorous of him, nor willingly would she lend an eare to any other discourse, but that which tended to his honour and advancement.

and before the Prince began his Oration, they had concluded to. 16 Having notice of his R: Highnesse the Duke of Yorks intention to visite my poor habitation and Garden this day, I returned; where he was pleasd to do me that honour of his owne accord: and to stay some time viewing such things as I had to entertaine his curiosity; after which he caused me to dine with him at the Treasurer of the Navys house.

Jun 21,  · The 17th century was a time of great political and social turmoil in England, marked by civil war and regicide. Matthew White introduces the key events of this period, from the coronation of Charles I to the Glorious Revolution more than 60 years later.

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On Easter Sunday 31 st MarchFriar William Peto, Princess Mary’s confessor, preached a controversial sermon at the Franciscan Chapel of Greenwich Palace. The sermon was aimed at the King and his intended bride Anne Boleyn. The Friar, being the Princess’ confessor and head of the Franciscan Observants, was a staunch supporter of the Princess.

Memorandum concerning the administration of the Prince of Wales's Council in Scotland, entitled, 'The cheife points wch are to be signified by his Highnesse's Letter to the Lords and others of his Counsell for his Scottish affaires', c Endorsed, '38'.

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