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A declaration of His Maiesties royall pleasure

A declaration of His Maiesties royall pleasure

in what sort he thinketh fit to enlarge, or reserue himselfe in matter of bountie.

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Published by By Bonham Norton and Iohn Bill ... in Imprinted at London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Finance -- England,
  • Great Britain -- History -- James I, 1603-1625

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly English books, 1475-1640 -- 1813:42.
    ContributionsJames I, King of England, 1566-1625.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[2], 29, [1] p.
    Number of Pages29
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17812243M
    OCLC/WorldCa23962128

    , English, Book, Illustrated edition: The declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in the Parliament of England, to the subjects of Scotland With His Maiesties message to the Lords of His Privy Counsell of Scotland, upon that occasion. Charles R. Our expresse pleasure is, that this. England and Wales. Parliament. Books by King James I. The King's Maiesties declaration to his subjects, concerning lawful sports to be used by. King James I. A Declaration of His Majesties Royall Pleasure, in What Sort He Thinketh Fit to Enlarge, or Reserve Himselfe in Matter of Bountie by. King James I.

    Proclamation declaring His Maiesties pleasure concerning the dissoluing of the present conuention of Parliament. Subjects. England and Wales. Parliament. Prerogative, Royal — England. Proclamations — Great Britain. Great Britain — History — James I, Sovereign ( Charles I). His Maiesties proclamation and declaration to all his loving subjects, occasioned by a false and scandalous imputation laid upon His Maiesty, of an intention of raising or leavying war against his Parliament and of having raised force to that end.: Published at his court at York, the day of Iune,

    Facsimile reprint of: "A declaration of His Maiesties Royall pleasure in what sort he thinketh fit to enlarge, or reserue himselfe im matter of bountie. Imprinted at London by Robert Baker ": p. [] "The Book of Bounty": p. Includes bibliographical references and index. Microfiche. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. His Maiesties declaration in defence of the true Protestant religion: [microform]: as it was maintained by his royall father King James of blessed memorie.


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This book represents an authentic reproduction of the text as printed by the original publisher. A declaration of His Maiesties royall pleasure in what sort he thinketh fit to enlarge or reserue himselfe in matter of bountie by England and Wales. Sovereign ( James I); Gordon, J.

(John William), Pages: A Declaration Of His Majesty's Royal Pleasure: In What Sort He Thinketh Fit To Enlarge Or Reserve Himself In Matter Of Bounty () Paperback – Septem by John William Gordon (Author)Author: John William Gordon.

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A declaration of His Majesties royall pleasure, in what sort he thinketh fit to enlarge or reserve himself in matter of bountie by James I, King of England, English, Book, Illustrated edition: By the King.

A proclamation declaring His Maiesties royall pleasure and command, for putting the lawes and statutes made against Iesuites, priests, and popish recusants, in due execution. Proclamation declaring His Majesties royall pleasure and command.

England and Wales. The third reference ia Coke occurs in his comment appended to the Case of Monox)olies{f), where he says, "our Lord the King that now is, in a book which he in zeal to the law and justice com m anded to be printed annointituled ' A declaration of his Majesty's Pleasure,' &c., p.

13, has published that monopolies are things against the laws of this realm, and therefore. His Maiesties proclamation and declaration to all his loving subjects occasioned by a false and scandalous imputation laid upon His Maiesty of an intention of raising or leavying war against his Parliament and of having raised force to that end(Early English books online) Digital version of: (Early English books, ; By the King.

A proclamation declaring His Maiesties royall pleasure and command, for putting the lawes and statutes made against Iesuites, priests, and popish recusants, in due execution England and Wales. Sovereign ( Charles I). English, Book, Illustrated edition: By the King. A proclamation to declare His Maiesties pleasure touching his royall coronation, and the solemnitie thereof.

Proclamation to declare His Maiesties pleasure touching his royall coronation, and the solemnitie thereof. England and Wales. Sovereign ( Charles I). Proclamation declaring his Maiesties pleasure concerning Captaine Roger North, and those who are gone foorth as aduenturers with him Proclamations.

A Declaration of His Maiesties Royall Pleasure in What Sort He Thinketh Fit to Enlarge, or Reserue Himselfe in Matter of Bountie. () by. At Her Majesty's pleasure (sometimes abbreviated to Queen's pleasure or, when applicable, at His Majesty's pleasure or King's pleasure; Welsh: wrth ewyllys Ei Mawrhydi/Fawrhydi) is a legal term of art referring to the indeterminate or undetermined length of service of certain appointed officials or the indeterminate sentences of some prisoners.

It is based on the concept that all. A declaration of His Maiesties royall pleasure, in what sort he thinketh fit to enlarge, or reserue himselfe in matter of bountie.

Author: J W Gordon ; England and Wales. His Maiesties declaration in defence of the true Protestant religion [microform]: as it was maintained by his royall father King James of blessed memorie: according to the true copie written with His Majesties owne hand, and by his speciall command appointed to be printed London Australian/Harvard Citation.

England and Wales. A declaration of His Maiesties royall pleasure: in what sort he thinketh fit to enlarge, or reserue himselfe in matter of bountie.

Author: James, King of England ; England and Wales. The Puritans’ drive to keep Sundays free of non-religious activity began under Charles I’s father, James I. James issued the first Book of Sports in in part to show his power to his increasingly rabid Puritan critics.

Unlike his father, Charles insisted that the law actually be enforced and read in all the churches, which enraged the Puritans, who later burned the book. A declaration of His Maiesties royallpleasure in what sort he thinketh fit to enlarge, or reserue himselfe in matter of bountie: James I England and Wales.

Sovereign: Books - or: James I England and Wales. Sovereign. List of rare books: G - N. List of rare books: G - N First report made to His Majesty by the Commissioners appointed to inquire into the Law of England respecting real property, inheritance, dower, curtesy [sic.], fines and recoveries, prescription, and limitation of actions with the propositions A declaration of His Maiesties Royall.

His Maiesties royall protestations to all His loving subiects declaring his resolution for the maintenance of true religion, the lawes, and liberty of the subject, with the just priviledges of Parliament: and His Majesties oath taken at his coronation. London: Printed for William Gay.

MLA Citation. England and Wales.A declaration of the Presbiterians;: concerning His Maiesties Royal Person, and the government of the Church of England. With several propositions touching the Solemn League and Covenant, and the setting up of Bishops.His Majesties declaration to all his loving subjects upon occasion of the late ordinance and declaration of the Lords and Commons for the assessing all such who have not contributed sufficiently for raising of money, plate &c.

Oxford: Printed by His Majesties command by Leonard Lichfield. MLA Citation. England and Wales.