The Parliamentary or Constitutional History of England; From the Earliest Times, to the Restoration of King Charles II. Collected from the Records, Th

The Parliamentary or Constitutional History of England; From the Earliest Times, to the Restoration of King Charles II. Collected from the Records, Th

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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. 1762 edition. Excerpt: ...Desects which e-ich Cloth contained. See Jacob Ltw Di&ionary, King HatryV. A Motion was made, and a Device offered, for the r. 'true making of Gascoign Wine., 22' Ans. The King will send this over to the Officers of Guienne, and appoint them to take Order therein. Pet. ' That Prohibitions and Attachments may be 'had, upon the Statute of the 45th of Ed. III. against Parsons, suing for Tythe-Wood above the Age of twenty Years.' Ans. The Statutes, to that Purpose provided, jhall be observed. At the Petition of the House of Commons, the King released utterly, on Account of certain Doubts, the Subsidy granted in the last Parliament on Lands and TeneThe King gives ments, so as it never should be mentioned again. This up the Land-looks as if all Parties were ashamed of such an uncomTax" mon Imposition on. the Subject in those Days; tho' it is now no Novelty, and will continue, we sear, to be as immutable as Fate."' The French War had, about this Time, run greatly against the Interest of the Engiisa in that Kingdom-; and, in the I ith Year of this King, another Parliament AnnoRegni 11. was called, by Writs dated May 24, to meet at Westminster on the 8th of July following. Being al! assemAtJPtSmitjItr. bled, before the King, in the Painted Chamber of the Palace, the Dukes of Bedford-and Gloucejler, with the Cardinal, all being present, the same Chancellor, as in the last Parliament, declared the Cause of the Summons, and took for his Theme, Suscipiant Montes Pacem Populo, et Colics suslitiam. This Subject he divided into three Parts, according 'to the Three Estates of the Realm; by the Mountains, he understood Bishops, Lords, and Magistrates; by the lesser Hills, he meant Knights, Esquires, and Mer chants; by the People, he meant...show more

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  • Paperback | 176 pages
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  • English
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  • 1236603516
  • 9781236603517