Calendar of State Papers; Domestic Series, of the Reign of Charles I, 1625-1649 Preserved in Her Majesty's Public Record Office Volume 2

Calendar of State Papers; Domestic Series, of the Reign of Charles I, 1625-1649 Preserved in Her Majesty's Public Record Office Volume 2

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1858 edition. Excerpt: ... shall be unladen and sold to the best advantage in this kingdom. Copy. Sept. 28. 44. Commissioners for the Loan for the town of Haverford West HaverfbrdWest. to the Council. The collector has paid in all his money. There were no defaulters. Differences between the collectors' accounts and the subsidy roll explained. Sept. 28. 45. Commissioners for the Loan for the city of Lincoln to the same. The collector's accounts are all settled, his balance paid in, and his bonds re-delivered. Sept. 28. Sec. Conway to Sec. Coke. His Majesty expects him at Court Isle of Wight, to-morrow, and that he bring an exact account of the forwardness of all supplies for the Duke, and that two or four good sailors be provided to pass between the army and Plymouth. Minute, Comvay's Letter Book, p. 285. Sept. 28. 46. The same to Nicholas. Came to Court last night, and received Hampton Court, the King's commands to send for Sec. Coke to be there to-morrow with an accompt of the preparation of supplies to be sent to the Isle of Rh& The King wishes Nicholas to be present on this occasion. Sept. 28. 47. Edward Reed to Sec. Conway. Within an hour after Lord Cowes. Conway's departure an agreement was come to between Capt. Mervyn and the East India ships, that, upon warning, they would weigh anchor, and attend the King's ships into Portsmouth. This morning is come into the Cowes a Holland man-of-war, as a forerunner of five more that are coming as convoy to these ships. The English Admiral doubts that force will be used to take them away. Excuses they make for not weighing anchor. The Guernsey ships sent for to assist upon occasion. Sept 28. 48. Sir Henry Mervyn to Nicholas. The Dutch ships are Cowes Koad. obedient to the arrest. The wind is S. W., and " we are now...show more

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  • English
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  • 1236618629
  • 9781236618627