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The Humble petition of the citizens of London
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Appendix 5 The printing of To the Right Honourable, the LORD MAJOR, and the Right Worshipfull, the ALDERMEN, and Common Councell of the City of LONDON. The humble Petition of divers Citizens of this Honourable Citie (), likely executed by the secret press of Richard Overton. Parliament. Parliament is the supreme law-making body in the United Kingdom. It is made up of two Houses of Parliament, namely the House of Commons and the House of Lords, as well as the Sovereign's involvement in the life and working of Parliament is purely formal.
5 Englands Jonas [i.e., Jonah] Cast up at London.9 In addition to explaining why the petition was good and could not have been the cause of a divinely-ordained storm, the pamphlet also more fully defended the position of the Remonstrants, particularly RobertFile Size: KB. Search Catalog Data Catalog Data & text in Documents Search By Date Range; Advanced Search.
Petition from London. The House being informed, That Sheriff Ireton, one of the Sheriffs of London, and divers other Citizens, were at the Door with a Petition, they were called in: And, being come to the Bar, Mr. Sheriff Ireton presented a Petition: Which, after the Petitioners were withdrawn, was read; and was intituled, "The humble. Constitution of the Year XII (First French Republic) A constitution is an aggregate of fundamental principles or established precedents that constitute the legal basis of a polity, organisation or other type of entity, and commonly determine how that entity is to be governed. When these principles are written down into a single document or set of legal documents, those documents may be said.
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The humble petition of your Majesties subjects, the citizens of London. The author of the petition is encouraging the King to address many of the citizens’ grievances that had not been addressed previously to the publication of the document. The document reflects the values of the society at every point addressed in the petition.
To the Parliament of the Commonwealth of England: the humble petition of divers citizens and inhabitants in and about London. Publisher: [London]: [publisher not identified], . Get this from a library.
The humble petition of the Mayor and commonality and citizens of the city of London, Governors of the house of the poor commonly called Saint Bartholomew's Hospital.
[St. Bartholomew's Hospital (London, England)]. On 31 March Oliver Cromwell was formally presented with the Humble Petition and Advice of the knights, citizens and burgesses now assembled in Parliament ‘that your Highness will be pleased to assume the name, style, title, dignity and office of King of England, Scotland and Ireland and the respective Dominions and Territories thereunto belonging; and to exercise the same according to.
The humble petition of divers well-affected persons, printed in Wolfe, D., ed., Leveller manifestoes (N.Y., ), pp.
–90; also The declaration of the army subscribed [by] Paul Hobson (9 Oct. ), E/10; A letter from the army to the citizens of London (10 Oct. ), E/6; The declaration and resolution of many thousand citizens Cited by: The humble petition of many peaceable citizens of London: to the Right Honourable the Lord Major, the right worshipfull the aldermen and commons of the City of London, in Common-Councell assembled.
Published: (). The Hvmble petition and remonstrance of divers citizens and other inhabitants of the city of London and borrough of Southwarke [microform]: who lately presented their humle [sic] petition to the honourable Houses of Parliament for an accommodation of peace: as also the humble remonstrance of the said petitioners of the greate abuses and outrages committed upon divers of those persons who.
To the Parliament of the Common-Wealth of England: the humble petition of diverse citizens and inhabitants in and about the City of London. Format: Electronic and Book: Publication Info [London: s.n., ] Description: 1 sheet ( p.) Supplemental Content.
The humble Petition of many thousands, earnestly desiring the glory of God, the freedome of the Commonwealth, and the peace of all men. Estimated date of publication. March (no day given). Thomason Tracts Catalog information. TT1, p.??; Thomason Note: [For the text of the Petition of John Lilburne and the London Levellers drawn up in.
To the Right Honourable the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, the humble petition of the Lord Major, aldermen, and commons of the City of London in Common-Councell assembled.
[microform] As it was presented by the sheriffes, Common-Councell, and other citizens of. The humble Petition of divers Citizens of this Honourable City This Petition was delivered the of April, to the Common-Councell of London, sitting at Guild-hall The chiefe faults escaped in the printing, either through the Authours absence, or the Correctours negligence.
Preview this book» What people are The Humble Petition of the Lord Mayor, Aldermen, and Commons of the City of London in Common Council Assembled THOMAS THE APOSTLE ; and the MAYOR, COMMONALTY, and CITIZENS of the CITY OF LONDON, and their successors, shall be called GOVERNORS of the said Hospitals.
Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag. Saved in: The humble petition of the several merchants and traders in the city of London, whose names, are hereunder subscribed A modest apology for the citizens and merchants of London who petitioned the House of Commons against naturalizing the Jews.
Published: (). To the honourable the knights, citizens and burgesses of the Commons-House of Parliament [electronic resource]: the humble petition of sundry ministers intrusted to solicite the petition and remonstrance formerly exhibited to this Honourable House and of many of their brethren.
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). The humble petition of several of the wives and children of such delinquents, whose estates are propounded to be sold, as the petitioners are informed.
([London: s.n., ]) (HTML at EEBO TCP) To the supreme authority of this Common-VVealth, the Parliament of England the humble petition of the creditors of such delinquents whose estates are.
boek To the most Excellent Maiestie of the King, and to the most Honorable the Lords and Peeres of this realme As also, to the Honorable the Lords and others, knights, citizens, barons and burgesses in the Commons House of Parliament, now assembled the most humble petition of the churches of God in England, and of every lively member of the same, whereof the Lord Christ Iesus is the head.
p Published in London, ) A petition from the citizens of London, September To the King's most excellent Majesty. The humble petition of your Majesty's subjects, the citizens of London. Most gracious Sovereign, Because of the duty and obedience which we owe to your sacred Majesty, we humbly present to your.
The Humble Petition of Divers Gentle-women, Citizens Wives, Tradesmens Wives [/2] The Humble Petition of Many Hundreds of Distressed Women, Trades-mens Wives, and Widdowes  A True Copie of the Petition of the Gentlewomen, and Tradesmens-wives, in and about the City of London ().
The Humble Petition of the Undone Company of poore distressed Whores, Bawds, Pimps, and Panders, etc. Appears in 44 books from Page 18 - Shrove-Tuesday last, splendidly did we appear upon the theatre at WH, being to amazement wonderfully deck'd with Jewels and Diamonds, which the (abhorred and to be undone) Subjects of this.
To the Honourable Knights, citizens and Burgesses assembled in parliament. The humble petition of William Smith, on Behalf of the cloathiers, and others of the manufacturers of wools in this His Majesties kingdom of England, &c.“The Humble Petition and Advice presented unto his Highness the Lord Protector of Knights, Citizens and Burgesses assembled”, ‘The Humble Petition and Advice’ was Parliament’s suggestion for revisions to the Republic’s written constitution (the original being the ‘Instrument of Government’ agreed in .The humble Petition of several Citizens of London, concerning Ministers named to preach at Epsom and Ewell was read; and thereupon.
It was Resolved, upon the Question, That this House holds it fit, to give Allowance to the several Ministers named to preach at Epsom and Ewell, as is desired in the Petition.
Answer from Lords.