Calendar of State Papers - Domestic Series - Reign of Charles II; Preserved in the State Paper Department of Her Majesty's Public Record Office. 1666

Calendar of State Papers - Domestic Series - Reign of Charles II; Preserved in the State Paper Department of Her Majesty's Public Record Office. 1666

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1864 edition. Excerpt: ...Sweden, Holland, and Paris. 2 pages. The King to the University of Cambridge. Requires them to admit Thomas Dockwray, vicar of Newburne, Northumberland, to the degree of Doctor in Divinity, without the customary exercises, in reward of faithful service as chaplain in the fleet, for which some ecclesiastical preferment is to be bestowed on him. Ent. Book 14, p. 108. 0. Rob. Mein to Williamson. Hugh Mackell and eight others named are to be hanged, and also John Lindsay; it is reported that 1666. Dec. 17. Vol. CLXXXII. Wallace, Learmont, and many more are taken in Cantyre by the Earl of Argyle. 11. Sir P. Musgrave to Williamson. Has heard nothing more from Scotland. Mr. Sanderson lias given an account of the new covenant among the Quakers; supposes he has instructions how to continue his discoveries among these mad people. Is going to Westmoreland to enquire of the consultations of the enemies to government that live in those rude dales. A prebendary of Carlisle died yesterday by a fall in his own house; the town clerk is also dead. Wm. Benson intends to petition the King for the place. Receives the newspaper by express; supposes it is because the Thursday mail goes no further than Northallerton; those of Tuesday and Saturday come direct 12. Hugh Acland to Williamson. Several vessels have come to load corn there for Plymouth and Genoa. 13. Fras. Bellott to Williamson. Notices of vessels in harbour. 4. James Hickes to Williamson. Has not been out except to Ratcliffe to see his children; hopes to have them with him next week. Williamson's commands are always comforts and refreshments to him. 15. Dr. Isaac Basire to Williamson. It is suspected by intercepted letters that some in Edinburgh correspond with the rebels. The hands of those lately...show more

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  • United States
  • English
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  • 9781236811073