Notes of the Treaty Carried on at Ripon Between King Charles I. and the Covenanters of Scotland, a Volume 1640

Notes of the Treaty Carried on at Ripon Between King Charles I. and the Covenanters of Scotland, a Volume 1640

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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. 1869 edition. Excerpt: ...Earle of Dunfermeline, to go from Rippon to Newcastle, with one seruant, and to retourne. Dated at Rippon, 3 October 1640. Signed by Hertford, Essex, Warwick, Bristoll, Holland, Barkshire, Mandeuill, Wharton, Paggett, Pawlett, Howard, Brooke, Sauill, Dunsmore. 3 October. In the afternoone about 6 a clock. The English Lords Commissioners mett in the Committee Chamber, and the Kings letter in answeare to bothe.the letters sent to His Majestie the night before was read. The Earl of Trequair was present also. The letter bare date 3 October, at Yorke. The Superscription of His Majesties letter aforesaid was as followeth;--" To our right trustie and right wellbeloued Cousins and Councellors of our great Councell now assembled the Earles of Bedford, Hartford, Essex, Salesbury, Warwick, Holland, Bristoll, and Berks, and to our right trusty and welbeloued Councellors of our sayd great Councell the Lord Wharton, Lord Pagget, Lord Kimbolton, Lord Brooke, Lord Pawlett, Lord Ploward, Lord Sauille, and Lord Dunsmore, at Rippon, these." E. Holland. Moues to haue the Lords meet on Monday morning early to consult among themselues at 8 of the clock. Margin. Agreed. The E. of Bristoll to haue the Kings letter and to prepare the businessc. Rippon, Sunday, 4 October, 1640. BeingSunday, Nihil. The letter is printed in Rushworth, u before, p. 1290, and in Nal-on, i. p. 452. CAM!). SOC. D RiproN, Monday, 5 October 1640, forenoone. The Lords mett at Eight in the morning. The E. of Bristoll. His Lordship hauing prepared heads concearning the Kings letters, proposed;--1. Concearning the Assistants, to lett the Scots know they are not Commissioners, but Assistants to advyce. 2. What uncquall conditions they put the King unto if he may not appoint such as are...show more

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  • English
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  • 1236625641
  • 9781236625649