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A remonstrance humbly presented to ... Parliament

Leonard Lee

A remonstrance humbly presented to ... Parliament

touching the ... miseries of the poore of the land ... and in this great city of London

by Leonard Lee

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Published by Rothwell in London .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Pagination12 p.
Number of Pages12
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20078530M

A remarkable imprint, with parts called The Petition to His Majesty, The Memorial to the House of Lords, and The Remonstrance to the House of Commons, surfaced in a New York auction. Excerpt from Remarks Upon the Present Crisis: Humbly Address'd to the Knights, Citizens and Burgesses to Serve in the Present Parliament Eyes round them, to fee into what Circum fiances they have reduced Her, and will look fowards, into a near Futurity, for thofe Confequences, which muft follow, un lefs timely : Paperback.

This collection of Leveller Tracts contains the main "Agreements of the People", Petitions, Remonstrances (or Complaints), and Declarations which were drawn up by Levellers between and in which they stated what they believed in, what changes they wanted Parliament to make, and declarations of what principles lay behind these demands. The case of the importation of bar-iron, from our own colonies of North America; humbly recommended to the consideration of the present Parliament, by the iron manufacturers of Great Britain. [Multiple Contributors, See Notes] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The case of the importation of bar-iron, from our own colonies of North America; humbly recommended to the Author: See Notes Multiple Contributors.

And their declaration for peace, and bringing of the Kings Majesty to London, and sending for the Prince of VVales from Holland; together with their protestation to joyn with the King and Parliament in the treaty. Likewise, exceeding joyfull newes from the King, declaring the articles, and acts of agreement for a present peace. Patrick Gillespie was the principal author of the remonstrance addressed to the Scottish Parliament by the "gentlemen, commanders, and ministers attending the Westland Force", in which they made charges against the public authorities, condemned the treaty with Charles II, and declared that they could not take his side against Oliver Cromwell.


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A remonstrance humbly presented to the High and Honourable Court of Parliament: touching the insupportable miseries of the poore of the land, especially at this time, and in this great city of London, within the line of communication, and bill of mortality ; and the causes thereof. A remonstrance humbly presented to the high and honourable court of Parliament touching the insupportable miseries of the poore of the land: especially at this time and in this great city of London within the line of communication and bill of mortality, and the causes thereof: together with the cure and remedy, and the great care which the princes of other nations, states, countries and cities have.

AN HUMBLE REMONSTRANCE TO THE HIGH COVRT OF PARLIAMENT, BY A dutifull Sonne of the CHƲRCH. LONDON, Printed by M.F. for Nathaniel Butter in Pauls Church-yard at the pyde Bull neare S t. Austins gate. An Hvmble petition and remonstrance presented unto both the high and honourable Houses of Parliament: concerning the insupportable grievance of the transportation of leather.

The children's petition, or, A modest remonstrance of that intolerable grievance our youth lie under in the accustomed severities of the school-discipline of this nation. A remonstrance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, or, The reply of both Houses to a printed book under His Majesties name called, His Majesties answer to a printed book entituled A : An A remonstrance humbly presented to.

Parliament book [sic] remonstrance from His Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax and the army under his command concerning the present state of affairs in relation to themselves and the kingdom, with their desires and present resolutions thereupon: presented to the commissioners at S. Albanes, I to be by them humbly presented to the Parliament.

A declaration and remonstrance of the distressed and bleeding frontier inhabitants of the province of Pennsylvania, presented by them to the Honourable the governor and Assembly of the province, shewing the causes of their late discontent and uneasiness and the grievances under which they have laboured, and which they humbly pray to have redress'd.

In the fall ofa specially-appointed committee from the Virginia House of Burgesses — made up of Peyton Randolph, Richard Henry Lee, Landon Carter, George Wythe, Edmund Pendleton, Benjamin Harrison, Archibald Cary, and John Fleming — were ordered prepare an Address, Memorial, and Remonstrance to His Majesty, King George III, the British House of Lords, and the House of.

The Grand Remonstrance was a highly significant development because it took the dispute beyond King and Parliament. The text was printed and circulated through London. A dispute that had previously been kept behind doors was now being aired in public. The Grand Remonstrance.

The Commons in this present Parliament assembled, having with much earnestness and faithfulness of affection and zeal to the public good of this kingdom, and His Majesty's honour and service, for the space of twelve months wrestled with great dangers and fears, the pressing miseries and calamities, the various distempers and disorders which had not only assaulted, but even.

Grand Remonstrance. The Grand Remonstrance was a list of grievances presented to King Charles I of England by the English Parliament on 1 Decemberbut passed by the House of Commons on 22 Novemberduring the Long Parliament; it was one of the chief events which was to precipitate the English Civil War.

A brief remonstrance of the grand grievances and oppressions suffered by Sir William Courten and Sir Paul Pyndar, knts., deceased as also by their heirs, executors, administrators, and creditors: humbly represented to both houses of Parliament, prorogued to 21 October faithfully collected out of several courts of record, orders of counsel, and treaties of peace and common alliance: with.

Title: The answer of the Assembly of Divines, by authority of Parliament now sitting at Westminster, unto the reasons given in to this assembly by the Dissenting Brethren of their not bringing in a model of their way and since published in print under the title of A copie of a remonstrance: which answer was humbly presented to the Right Honourable the House of Peers assembled in Parliament Format: Capa Comum.

The said Petition and Remonstrance, then so presented, were as follows. The Petition of the House of Commons, which accompanied the Remonstrance of the State of the Kingdom, when it was presented to His Majesty at Hampton Court, Decemb.

1st. Other articles where Grand Remonstrance is discussed: Charles I: Conflict with Parliament: to votes the Grand Remonstrance to the king, setting out all that had gone wrong since his accession.

At the same time news of a rebellion in Ireland had reached Westminster. Leaders of the Commons, fearing that if any army were raised to repress the Irish rebellion it. A bloudy plot, brought to light by Gods providence wherein was intended a great insurrection, and rising of the papists in divers counties of this kingdome, on Thursday, Octo one Mr.

Beale over-hearing their discourse, which is here related, according to the true copy by him presented to the Parliament. The Grand Remonstrance. The Commons in this present Parliament assembled, having with much earnestness and faithfulness of affection and zeal to the public good of this kingdom, and His Majesty’s honour [] and service, for the space of twelve months wrestled with great dangers and fears, the pressing miseries and calamities, the various distempers and disorders which had not only.

is an electronic database dedicated to the catalyzing thoughts and ideals of Robert Louis Stevenson. In his essay, A Humble Remonstrance, we find Stevenson adding his own component to the process of defining the novel. It seeks to further the understanding of the novel and highlights several elements that comprise this particular form of literature.

The Grand Remonstrance, The Grand Remonstrance, which the commons drew up after spending a year in rectifying the abuses of the government of Charles I, contains a gloomy review of his reign and an account of the measures already passed by the Long Parliament with a view of doing away with these abuses.

To the supream authority the Parliament of the Common-VVealth of England.: a remonstrance humbly presented by Thomas Wilkes, on behalfe of all the old distressed officers, souldiers, and other creditors upon the publique faith, within this nation, for satisfaction of all their just debts due before Englands balme, or, Proposals by way of grievance & remedy: humbly presented to His Highness and the Parliament towards the regulation of the law, and better administration of justice: tending to the great ease and benefit of the good people of the nation.

Law of the United Kingdom and Ireland > England and Wales > KD Edition Details.To the supreme authority, the Parliament of the Common-vvealth of England The humble remonstrance of Sir Balthazar Gerbier Knight.

Touching his sundry proposals, wherein this Commonwealths interest is concerned: and particularly on the present necessity of laying a claim unto considerable summes of money due by the states of Brabant & Flanders unto this Commonwealth.