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A Reply to some libels lately printed against the Earl of Danby
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A Reply to some libels lately printed against the Earl of Danby: together with some observations upon Dr. Oates his narrative concerning the conspiracy of Knox, Lane, and Osborne. Publisher: [London]: [publisher not identified], MDCLXXX . Add tags for "A Reply to some libels lately printed against the Earl of Danby: together with some observations upon Dr.
Oates his narrative concerning the conspiracy of. An Account of the coming up of Tho. Earl of Danby, from the Tower of London to the Court of Kings-Bench at Westminster, on Saturday, the 27th of May, together with the most remarkable passages and arguments used by His Lordship to that court, and the answer of the judges thereto.
A reply to the Answer (printed by His Majesties command at Oxford) to a printed booke intituled Observations upon some of His Maiesties late answers and expresses by J.M. [?] A Reply to the answer Doctor Welwood has made to King James's declaration which declaration was dated at St. Germaines, April 17th, S.N., and published also in.
Sir John Danvers, who possessed this property as early as the reign of Elizabeth, was the younger brother of Sir H. Danvers, created Earl of Danby inand by reason of his noble p. 43 birth was made Gentleman Usher to King Charles the First. In this promotion, having more pride than wit, he lived above his income, and finding himself.
Henry Earl of Danby to James Earl of Carlisle. Is forced abruptly to take leave of absence for some few days. On precedent experience he found nothing saved his life but the quiet of Cornbury Lodge, and the counsel of his old physician, Dr. Ashworth, who knows every vein amiss in his body.
He assembled the A Reply to some libels lately printed against the Earl of Danby book and students of the A Reply to some libels lately printed against the Earl of Danby book, declared his solemn protest against the pope as Antichrist, and marched in A Reply to some libels lately printed against the Earl of Danby book to the gates of the Castle of Wittemberg, and there made a bonfire, and cast into it the bull which condemned him, the canon law, and some writings of the schoolmen, and then reëntered the city.
Full text of "The early history of coffee houses in England; with some account of the first use of coffee and a bibliography of the subject" See other formats. A Reply to some libels lately printed against the Earl of Danby book under: Popish Plot, -- Sermons -- Early works to Vituli labiorum.
Or, A thanksgiving sermon, in commemoration of our great deliverance from the horrid Powder-Plot, And also of Gods merciful discovery of a bloody conspiracy against His Majesties Person, and the Protestant religion, Both intended by the papists.
In the Records of the Virginia Company some reflection may be seen of this early zeal, of the plans and ideals to which it gave rise. Even their pages, cast in a style which is quite unusual in records of this nature, make one realize that he is in the company of noble and earnest spirits, men who were conscious that they were engaged in a.
Full text of "A Complete Collection of State Trials and Proceedings for High Treason and Other Crimes and See other formats. Copies & Extracts of some letters written to and from the Earl of Danby (now Duke of Leeds) in the years, and With particular remarks upon some of them.
Published by his Grace’s direction. London, John Nicholson, [Offered with:] MEMOIRS relating to the impeachment of Thomas Earl of Danby, (now Duke of Leeds), in the. This chronology is meant to help provide a sense of historical context for students of Restoration and 18th-century British literature.
The chronology is intended for browsing, with the assumption that meandering through portions of it is the best way to get a sense of the historical context around the specific moment or era you are interested in. Acknowledgments. Once again, serendipity has helped set the course of my academic life.
I happened to be at a Liberty Fund gathering in June of on the British debate over Colonial American resistance, –, when The Crisis came up in conversation. Hans Eicholz, of Liberty Fund, and Jack Greene, professor emeritus at Johns Hopkins, were discussing the possibility of bringing out a.
CHAPTER VII THE place which William Henry, Prince of Orange Nassau, occupies in the history of England and of mankind is so great that it may be desirable to portray with some minuteness the strong lineaments of his character.
He was now in his thirty-seventh year. But both in body and in mind he was older than other men of the same age. MARVELL, ANDREW (–), poet and satirist, son of Andrew Marvell the elder [q. v.], was born on 31 March at Winestead in Holderness, Yorkshire, and was educated under his father at the grammar school of Hull.
He matriculated at Trinity College, Cambridge, 14. The tryal of Nathaniel Thompson, William Pain, and John Farwell upon an information exhibited by the Kings Attorney General against them, for writing, printing and publishing libels, by way of letters and other prints, reflecting upon the justice of the nation, in the proceedings against the murderers of Sir Edmond-bvry Godfrey: at Guild-hal.
Full text of "A life of Anthony Ashley Cooper, first earl of Shaftesbury, " See other formats. The next Orichton has been assumed 3 to be Sir William de Orichton, who is said to have been witness to a charter of the lands of Kynerne to Stephen of Blantyre, granted by Maldoven, Earl of Lennox, circa / But some doubt is thrown upon the existence of this Sir William de Orichton 1.
The earl of Leven, the earl of Crawford, lord Ogilvy, and other noblemen, having met near Perth, in order to concert measures for raising a new army, were suddenly set upon by colonel Alured, and most of them taken prisoners.
Sir Philip Musgrave, with some Scots, being engaged at Dumfries in a like enterprize, met with a like fate. Author Title Imprint/Publisher Place of Publication Date of Publication General Association of Connecticut. At a meeting of the General Association of the state of Connecticut, holden at Litchfield, June 16th, Voted to approve the following regulations proposed by the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in America, viz.
[Hartford: Printed by Hudson and. "Whereas there have been lately printed and published, several seditious and scandalous libels, against the proceedings of both Houses of Parliament, and other his Majesty's Courts of Justice, to the dishonour of his Majesty's government, and the hazard of the public peace: These are to give notice, that what person soever shall discover unto.
Robert earl of Glocester, natural son of the late king, came into England some time after the advancement of Stephen to the crown; and yielding to the necessity of the time, took the oath of fealty upon the same condition used by the other nobles, to be of force so long as the king should keep his faith with him, and preserve his dignity.
Full text of "Literary Anecdotes of the Eighteenth Century: Comprising Biographical Memoirs of William Bowyer " See other formats.
One of the protestations lately printed and subscribed by the Duke of Monmouth, Lord Herbert and Lord Grey being posted up in Peter's coffee-house in Covent Garden this week, Mr. Knevett and Mr. Ferdinando Hastings, brothers, and related to the Earl of Huntingdon, pulled down the said paper, of which the Duke and the two lords having notice.
Full text of "Catalogue of a collection of historical tracts,in DLXXXII volumes;" See other formats. Mason had informed him, that Mr.
Masters had lately read a paper at the Antiquarian Society against some mistake of Mr. Walpole’s respective a Duchess of Norfolk; and he adds, “This I informed Mr.
Walpole of in my letter, and said something to him of Masters’ extortion in making me pay forty pounds towards the repairing his vicarage-house. TO write the lives of worthy personages was ever accounted a most laudable custom among the heathens; for to perpetuate the memory of the dead who were eminent in virtue did manifestly conduce to the public benefit of the living.
Much more the ancient Christians, in their time, both solemnly retained this practice, and adjudged it an act of piety and justice to the deceased, if they were.
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Author Title Source Library Imprint Place of Pub Edition; A. Letters on the subject of an invasion, addressed to the people of Great-Britain and Ireland, shewing its extreme pr. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Full text of "Diary of John Evelyn, to which are added a selection from his familiar letters and the private correspondence between King Charles I and Sir Edward Nicholas and between Sir Edward Hyde (afterwards earl of Clarendon) and Sir Richard Browne" See other formats.
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On the 30th of July,however, Parry wrote to tell Cecil that "there is a slanderous book lately printed in this town and the lives of Leicester and Hatton are added." (Domestic. A second reply in defence of the Treatise of baptism (wherein M. Baxters More-proofs are found no proofs): in two parts, the first defending the antiquityes against his charge of forgery, the second justifying the charge of slander, contradiction and popery against his writings: as also an admonition to M.B., and some reflections by Mr.
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