4 edition of A remonstrance of the state of the kingdome of England found in the catalog.
A remonstrance of the state of the kingdome of England
1641 by Imprinted first at London, and re-printed at Edinburgh, by Robert Young and Evan Tyler in [Edinburgh] .
Written in English
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Get this from a library. A remonstrance of the state of the kingdome. [England and Wales. Parliament.]. A remonstrance of the state of the kingdom. [England and Wales. is this day resolved upon the question by the House of Commons that order shall now be given for the printing of this remonstrance of the state of the kingdome.
Elsinge Cler. Parl. Com." MediaObject\/a>, schema:Book\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n library:oclcnum\/a. A remonstrance of the state of the kingdom. Die Mercurii Decemb. It is this day resolv'd upon the question, by the House of Commons; that order shall be now given for the printing of this remonstrance, of the state of the kingdom.
Elsinge Cler. Parl. Background. Forty-six preachers and the two leaders of the Leyden state college for the education of preachers met in The Hague on 14 Januaryto state in written form their views concerning all disputed document in the form of a remonstrance was drawn up by Jan Uytenbogaert and after a few changes was endorsed and signed by all in July.
The Kingdom of England (Anglo-Norman: Realme d'Engleterre, Old French: Reaume d'Angleterre, Old Norse: Konungdómr af Ǫngulland) was a sovereign state on the island of Great Britain fromwhen it emerged from various Anglo-Saxon kingdoms untilwhen it united with Scotland to form the Kingdom of Great Britain.
On 12 Julythe various Anglo-Saxon kingdoms were united by Demonym(s): English. Grand Remonstrance, See also what's at Wikipedia, your library, or elsewhere. Broader term: Great Britain -- Politics and government -- ; Filed under: Grand Remonstrance, The debates on the grand remonstrance, November and December, With an introductory essay on English freedom under Plantagenet & Tudor sovereigns.
the first Stuart to be king of England and Ireland from to and king of Scotland from to ; he was the son of Mary Queen of Scots and he succeeded Elizabeth I; he alienated the British Parliament by claiming the divine right of kings ().
[Draft: 14 July, ] Introduction to the Collection. 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 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. the remonstrance of irish princes, Published in Features, Issue 6 (November/December ), Medieval History (pre), Volume 21 Above: Long after Gerald of Wales, the claim that Irish rulers freely submitted to Henry II was included in proclamations of the English right to rule Ireland.
Author of A remonstrance concerning the present troubles from the meeting of the Estaees [sic] of the kingdome of Scotland Aprill 16 unto the Parliament of England, Severall letters from the commissioners of the kingdome of Scotland residing at London, The desires of the States of Scotland to the Parliament of England, Advice, sent from His Majesties commissioners in Scotland, Abstract of the.
The Grand Remonstrance, with the Petition accompanying it. [Presented to the King, December I, Rushworth, iv. See Hist. of Engl.x.] 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, December 1, Most Gracious Sovereign.
A Remonstrance against King Charles I was first proposed by George Digby, MP for Dorset, soon after the Long Parliament assembled in November The idea was taken up by John Pym in Pym planned to use it as part of his campaign to transfer control A remonstrance of the state of the kingdome of England book the armed forces to Parliament by undermining confidence in the King and his ministers and by demonstrating the integrity of Parliament.
The Remonstrance. The Arminian or quinquarticular controversy started with opposition to the doctrine of absolute decrees, and moved in the sphere of anthropology and soteriology. The peculiar tenets are contained in the five points or articles which the Arminians in their 'Remonstrance' laid before the estates of Holland in Remonstrance of the state of the kingdome, agreed on by the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, Published London: Printed for Joseph Hunscott and John Wright Full text of "A remonstrance of divers remarkeable passages concerning the Church and Kingdome of Ireland: recommended by letters from the Right Honourable the Lords Justices and Counsell of Ireland and presented by Henry Jones to the Honourable House of Commons in England" See other formats.
Remonstrance, book decl. part pag. “they labour to perswade the people not to destroy themselves, by taking their lives, liberties, and estates out of their hands, whom they have chosen and betrusted therewith, and resigne them up to some evill Counsellours about his Majestie, who (they say) are the men that would perswade the people.
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. The Grand Remonstrance So the Opposition leaders drew up the Grand Remonstrance, a detailed indictment enumerating all the arbitrary proceedings, all the misgovernment, with which the king had been charged.
It was a statement of the case for parliament against the Crown. This Flushing Remonstrance story is absolutely fascinating and the history should not be forgotten. It is a shame, however, that the web article makes no mention of Lady Deborah Moody who founded the first British settlement in the western area of Long Island (Coney Island was part of her land), in what is now New York City, at Gravesend (now part of Brooklyn).
His Majesties answer to a book, intituled, The declaration, or remonstrance of the Lords and Commons, the 19 of May, () [King of England Charles I] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This book represents an authentic reproduction of the text as printed by the original publisher.
While we have attempted to accurately maintain the integrity of the original workAuthors: Charles I, King of England. The article discusses the Remonstrance of Irish princes to English legal claims to rule of Ireland propagated by then-English king Henry II. It describes English pope Adrian IV's so-called fivefold right to Ireland, known as "Laudabiliter," the role of the legend of the figure Milesius among Irish and English parties concerning rule of Ireland, and stereotypes of Irish barbarism.
Remonstrance against Romish corruptions in the Church; addressed to the people and parliament of England in18 Ric. now for the first time printed [John Purvey] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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.
Ignoring this ban, Parliament issued a "Remonstrance to the King" on 11 Decemberauthored by Coke, in which they restated their liberties and right to discuss matters of state, claiming that such rights were the "ancient and undoubted birthright and inheritance of the subjects of England".Alma mater: Trinity College, Cambridge.
Learn Grand Remonstrance () with free interactive flashcards. Choose from 6 different sets of Grand Remonstrance () flashcards on Quizlet. The political and constitutional origins of the Grand Remonstrance James S. Hart Jr. Portland State University clearly reflected the political conditions prevailing in England immediately prior to the Civil War.
This study of the Remonstrance was made possible because of. The Grand Remonstrance - Full text online. InParliament came up with the Grand Remonstrance, which was a list of complaints about the behaviour of the King and his associates.
It made demands of the King to which he could not agree and so forced things closer to open conflict. The Army Remonstrance, T he Remonstrance of General Fairfax and the Council of Officers was a manifesto adopted by the New Model Army in November to justify its intention to abandon treaty negotiations with King Charles and to bring him to trial as an enemy of the people.
Although it was issued under the authority of Fairfax and the Council of Officers, the Remonstrance was primarily.
Virginia was the first state to adopt a state constitution that included a bill of rights, see B. SCHWARTZ, supra noteatbut the Virginia Constitution did not include the right of remonstrance.
See id. at Pennsylvania was the second state to adopt a constitution with a bill of rights. See id. at The Online Books Page. Online Books by. Joseph Hall (Hall, Joseph, ) A Wikipedia article about this author is available.
Hall, Joseph, Characters of Virtues and Vices (HTML at Renascence Editions) Hall, Joseph,contrib.: Ideal Commonwealths: Plutarch's Lycurgus, More's Utopia, Bacon's New Atlantis, Campanella's City of the Sun, and a Fragment of Hall's Mundus.
A Collection of Scarce and Valuable Tracts: On the Most Interesting and Entertaining Subjects: But Chiefly Such as Relate to the History and Constitution of These Kingdoms. Selected from an Infinite Number in Print and Manuscript, in the Royal, Cotton, Sion, and Other Public, as Well as Private Libraries; Particularly that of the Late Lord Somers, Volume 4.
Grand Remonstrance, The one of the most important documents from the first stage of the English bourgeois revolution of the 17th century. It was adopted by the Long Parliament on Nov.
22, It contained a long list ( articles) of the misdeeds of the crown and was directed against absolutism. The Grand Remonstrance, which reflected the interests.
Streater, John, Observations Historical, Political and Philosophical, Upon Aristotles first Book of Political Government: Together, With a Narrative of State-Affaires in England, Scotland, and Ireland: As also from other Parts beyond the Seas nos.
1–11, April–July Cited by: Drawn up by the commons, the "Grand Remonstrance" consists of a review of the personal government of Charles I as well as an account of measures already passed by the Long Parliament.
The following extract is from James Harvey Robinson, ed., Readings in European History 2. Barbarous Catholics and Puritan Populists. The Irish Rising and the Politics of Fear. Parliament reassembled on 20 October and soon after it was presented with a utopian tract called A description of the famous kingdome of was consciously modelled on Thomas More’s Utopia and Francis Bacon’s New Atlantis and took the form of a dialogue in which a traveller, someone with.
To The Reader. [Transcriber's Note: This 17th-century book was printed in the typographical conventions and spelling of that time; for instance, the printed book used the long f-shaped glyph for the letter s, it included old spellings such as Kingdome, civill, and publick, and old words such as hes, samine, and welas, and numbers generally are ended with a period.
The Counter-Remonstrance of was the Dutch Reformed Churches' response to the controversial Remonstrants' Five Articles of Remonstrance, which challenged the Calvinist theology and the Reformed Confessions that the Remonstrants had sworn to Counter Remonstrance was written primarily by Festus Hommius and defended the Belgic Confession against theological criticisms from.
36 The term “malignant parties” appears in the petition accompanying the Remonstrance that was not included in the first printed edition and is presented as synonymous with an already mentioned “corrupt and ill-affected party.” Gardiner, ed., Constitutional Documents, The printed edition does not make the coupling of “malignant” with “partie” until p.
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3 Between and in Boston, three Quakers were hanged, three had their right ears cut off, one had the letter H branded on a hand, 31 were.
Notes. The title of this poem alludes to the Commons’ session of 11 Junein which MPs debated whether the House should formally name the Duke of Buckingham in their Remonstrance to the King as the cause of the grievances afflicting the nation.
The Remonstrance was published quarterly by the Massachusetts Association Opposed to the Further Extension of Suffrage to Women. The publication expressed the views of women who believed that the great majority of women did not want the right to vote and that to force it upon them would be unjust, lessen their influence for good, and threaten the community.Breaking News: Renaissance Journalism and the Birth of the Newspaper, one of the Exhibitions at the Folger, opened Septem and closed on Janu The exhibition was curated by Chris R.
Kyle and Jason Peacey with Elizabeth Walsh. The exhibition catalog can be purchased from the Folger Shop. The first newspaper arrived in England from an Amsterdam publisher on December 2. THE ANCESTRY OF THE HOAR FAMILY IN AMERICA The family of Hoar, in English records generally written Hore or Hoare, from very ancient days had its representatives in several of the counties of England and in Ireland.
Sometimes the name appears with the adjective le affixed. Between the years and thirteen members of Parliament from six.