Extracts from the Records of the Merchant Adventurers of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne Volume 101

Extracts from the Records of the Merchant Adventurers of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne Volume 101

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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. 1899 edition. Excerpt: ... matter, which would cost much money and tyme. And if by friends to his Maieste and the Lords of the Councell we could procure an order to backe the old order untill the Londoners make it appeare as it is expressed in the sayd order, that the sayd order shall be observed tyll Michelmas that the businesse be heard, it would doe us a greate pleasure, but in these things our Councell must advise you what is fitt to move for, and how to procure them. We have sent you upp two severall coppies of our old petition, the Company of London's answeare, the Lords cheife justices certificate, and the Councell's severall orders thereupon, which will wholly informe you of the whole proceed, and for new matter we have enough ready against a hearing, if we be put to it. If our councell thincke there may be hopes that his Maieste and councell will revive our old order tyll Michaelmas next, then our burgesses to deliver the petition, if not, to deliver it by the secretary; and, further, if you suppose nothing of consequence will be done by our adversaryes untill July, at which tyme Sir George Lane is to attend the Councell, then to forbeare the deliverye thereof untyll that tyme. We shall not add further, onely to request your utmost care and diligence in this businesse soe nearly concernes us; by which you will obleige Your very loveing ffriends the Governor, &c. Newcastle, May 28th 1661. To John Rushworth Esq' at his chamber in Lincolnes Inn. Right Worshippful Sirs, The great iuiuries and (indeed) insufferable wrongs we have and doe sustaine by the Company of Merchants Adventurers of London puts us upon petitioning his most gratious maistie (as we formerly did his royall ffather of Glorious memory) for redresse, which petition we have sent to Mr. John...show more

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  • Paperback
  • 189 x 246 x 5mm | 195g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236852826
  • 9781236852823