3 edition of Humble praise, offered up in the publick solemnity, June the 28th 1660 found in the catalog.
Humble praise, offered up in the publick solemnity, June the 28th 1660
by Printed for Luke Fawne ... in London
|Statement||by T.A. ..|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 884:1|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 24 p|
|Number of Pages||24|
Dorchester, Henry Pierrepont, Marquis of, /  A true and perfect copy of a letter written by the Lord Marquis of Dorchester to the Lord Roos: Rutland, John Manners, Duke of, /  A true and perfect copy of the Lord Roos his answer to the Marquesse of Dorchester's Letter written the 25 of February The complaint that William III should have the book burned and the author executed met with a frosty response: “That I cannot do but, if you please, I will tell him what you say, and he shall Edition: current; Page: [xxx] put it into the next edition of his book.”72 A number of profoundly hostile English-language works, notably William King.
[ i.e. ] The second humble addresse of those who are called Anabaptists in the county of Lincoln Presented to His Majesty, Charles the Second, King of England, Scotland, France, and Ireland, &c. More, Henry, / . The previous sheet, or 16 pages, containing the title and preface, had no doubt been set up, but the sheet may have been either delayed at press till the volume was completed, or all the copies carried off and destroyed when the book was prohibited. which God of his mercyfull providence caused the ennemies of his trewth to keip in thare.
Journal of a Lady of Quality; Being the Narrative of a Journey from Scotland to the West Indies, North Carolina, and Portugal, in the Years to By Janet Schaw, ca. ca. I am your Hons humble. Servt S. S. JUNE 2, To make a Salt-Petre Bed. Imprs. All the sword of the Ground. is to be taken off or trenched in, and the Stones to be taken clean out. as deep as the Trench. Then get the best and richest mould you. can, and fill up the Trench according as you will make it in great-.
Herman L. Routzahn, administrator, vs. United States. Letter from the Assistant Clerk of the Court of Claims, transmitting a copy of statement of case and findings of the court in the case of Herman L. Routzahn, administrator of John Routzahn, against the United States.
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A.]. CHAPTER XXXVIII. OF THE BISHOPRICK . The Eastangles were first converted to the Christian faith by Felix, a Burgundian, whom King Sigebert brought with him from France, and encouraged to preach the Gospel to his subjects; which had good success, for he brought the whole province (according to the signification of his own name) to the knowledge of true and.
The Kings Book. Written by James I it was the Government's Official Account. of the Gunpowder Plot and its Discovery. Although it is biased in favor of the government it was the account which shaped public reaction and future acts of thanksgiving and celebration. Filed under: Church of England -- Book of common prayer -- Psalter.
An humble petition unto the high and most honourable Courts of Parliament, that they would be pleased to condiseend [sic] to the perusing of these short notes, tending to the refining of the Booke of Common-Prayer, in a few things.
/ By Theophilus Brabourn. An important goal of the restoration, is to reconstruct to the degree possible, the carrerra (row) book of the cemetery. we know from contemporary sources that the old main cemetery was full, even though there were spaces with no tombstones.
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first book of Paradise Lost, is given as 'c. ', the date at which it may be supposed to have been written. In the many extracts from letters or from journals, there is generally a precise date. In the case of a book, we may have to make do with.
It shunted pupils able to read the up as I take it, at Southampton.” This is verified by an entry in the Book of Free Commoners of the corporation of Southampton: Nono die ffebr’ (i. e., ) Thomas Mayhew late servant and apprntice unto Richard Masey of the Towne and countie of Southampton mrcer havinge well and truely served his.
An Annotated Check-list of English Poems on the Restoration appearing in printed books during based on Wing's STC.
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JOHN THOMAS SMITH. John Thomas, or “Rainy Day,” Smith was born in a London hackney coach, on the evening of the 23rd of June His mother had spent the evening at the house of her brother, Mr. Edward Tarr, a convivial glass-grinder of Earl Street, Seven Dials, and the coach was conveying her back with necessary haste to her home at No.
7 Great Portland Street. Dunrobin, 28th FebruarySir Robert Gordon of Embo, to George, Lord Strathnaver, afterwards fourteenth Earl of Sutherland, respecting the affairs of the estate of Sutherland.
Dunrobin, 18th August CHAPTER XLI. OF THE CATHEDRAL CHURCH, AND ITS PRECINCT . The present cathedral is a fine Gothick freestone building, brought to that magnificence we now see it in, at several times and in different ages, by the great care and industry of its many worthy benefactors; Bishop Herbert, its original founder, laid the first foundation stone inin the place where.
A writer in the Quarterly Review, Junesays, “The English Mercurie of [Qy. ], which professes to have been published during those momentous days when the Spanish Armada was hovering and waiting to pounce upon our southern shores, contains amongst its items of news three or four book advertisements, and these would undoubtedly.
June 28th,sister brought to bed of a daughter; named it Mehitta- bel for his mother's sake. September 15th,sister Cooper's daughter, Mehittabel, dies after. long languishment. Buried in grandfather Hull's tomb the 17th.
xl INTRODUCTION. JOHN7 COOPER, of Machias, was the first sheriff of Washington County. The manuscript of Fr. Lewis Sabran's Letter Book is in Brussels (Bibliotheque Royale de Belgique No.
It seems likely that it was seized by the government of the Austrian Netherlands in. Full text of "The Freemasons' quarterly (magazine and) review [afterw.] The Freemasons' monthly magazine" See other formats.
the book that he had written criticizing this council, and in June“It was voted by the Court to vindicate the office of the standing counsell, as it is now ordered, & the persons in whom it is now vested, from all dishonor & reproach cast upon it or them in Mr. Saltonstall’s booke.”.
A Motion tending to the Publick Good of this age, and of Posteritie, or, the coppies of certain letters written by J.
D., to a worthy Knight at his earnest desire. Shewing briefly what a Publick Good is, and how by the best means of Reformation in Learning and Religion it may be advanced to some perfection. 4to.the library of anthony wood - Oxford Bibliographical Society download Report Comments.A brief history of the war with the Indians in New-England, from J (when the first Englishman was murdered by the Indians) to Augwhen Philip, alias Metacomet, the principal author and beginner of the war, was slain wherein the grounds, beginning, and progress of the war is summarily expressed: together with a serious.