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Seasonable advice to the citizens, burgesses, and free-holders of England

Seasonable advice to the citizens, burgesses, and free-holders of England

concerning parliaments, and the present elections

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Published by Printed for Walter Kettilby ... in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • England and Wales. -- Parliament -- Elections.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby a divine of the Church of England.
    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 983:23.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[2], 39 p.
    Number of Pages39
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16723901M

    The humble petition of many well-affected citizens, and other the free-born people of England. ([London: s.n., ]) (HTML at EEBO TCP) To the Honourable the Commons of England in Parliament assembled. The humble petition of many well-affected citizens, and other the free-born people of England. ([London: s.n., ]) (HTML at EEBO TCP). A seasonable and Christian caution against the provoking sin of pride and other manifest evils, and of the judgements threatned because thereof; A seasonable memento to all the electors of knights, citizens & burgesses of England, for the approaching Convention to meet the 22 of this instant January,

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24 See, e.g., Grove, Robert, Seasonable Advice to the Citizens, Burgesses, and Free-Holders of England (London, ; Wing G), 22 – 24; and Cooper, William Durrant, Trelawny Papers (London, ), 14 – 15, which reprints a letter of Jonathan Trelawny, bishop of Bristol, to the earl of Sunderland, dated 21 May This book has been cited by the following publications.

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[] Seasonable advice to the city, in a letter from a secluded Member of Parliament to a gentleman in London. Gosling, William, engineer. / []. The patent for coining copper money granted by King George I to the English manufacturer William Wood aroused nationwide protest in Ireland.

It led to the publication of Jonathan Swift’s «Drapier’s Letters», in which the Dean of St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin, attacked both the patent and England’s Irish policy. PREFACE. The following sheets contain the substance of a course of lectures on the Laws of England, which were read by the author in the University of Oxford.

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Prynne, William, Seasonable and healing instructions, humbly tendered to the freeholders, citizens and burgesses of the respective counties, cities and boroughs of England and Wales, to be seriously recommended by them to their respective knights, citizens and burgesses, elected and to be elected for the next Parliament.

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Montague, agent of the H. of Burgesses in England made extracts from the bill, copied the names, and sent them to Peyton Randolph. the names I think were about which he repeated to me, but I recollect those only of Hancock, the two Adamses, Peyton Randolph himself, Patrick Henry & myself.

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