by printed by A.N. for William Gay, and are to be sold at his shop in Hosier Lane at the signe of the Axe in London .
Written in English
|Genre||Early works to 1800, Sources|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 2074:5|
|Contributions||Grey, Captain, Stamford, Henry Grey, Earl of, 1599?-1673, England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 6,  p|
A Petition from the towne and county of Leicester unto the Kings most excellent Majesty: also an other petition from the grand inquest of the same county unto his Majesty for the remouing of the magazine: with his Majesties answer thereunto: likewise certain propositions to his Majesty by Captain Grey and the Earl of Stamfords souldiers touching the magazin: also a declaration from the knights, esquires, gentlemen, grand iury-men. A petition from the towne and county of Leicester, unto the Kings most excellent Majesty.: Also an other petition from the grand inquest of the same county unto his Majesty for the remouing of the magazine with his Majesties answer thereunto. Likewise certain propositions to his Majesty by Captain Grey and the Earl of Stamfords souldiers touching the magazin. A Petitjon [sic] from the towne and county of Leicester unto the Kings most excellent Majesty.: Also an other petition from the grand inquest of the same county unto his Majesty for the remouing of the magazine.: With his Majesties answer therewith.: Likewise certain propositions to his Majesty by Captain Grey and the Earl of Stamfords souldiers touching the magazin.  TO THE KINGS MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY IN COUNCIL. The Humble Petition of the Ohio Company Sheweth, That your Petitioners upon Intimation given by several Nations of Indians residing near the Ohio and other Branches of Mississippi and near the Lakes westward of Virginia, that were desirous of trading with your Majesty's Subjects and quitting the ffrench; and knowing the value of .
ADMINISTRATION AND OPERATION OF THE LAWS FOR THE RELIEF OF THE POOR. REPORT OF COMMISSIONERS. TO THE KING'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY. WE, the COMMISSIONERS appointed by YOUR MAJESTY to make a diligent and full inquiry into the practical operation of the Laws for the Relief of the Poor in England and Wales, and into the manner in which those laws are . To the Kings most Excellent Majesty. His Majesty's Answer. August 9. At this Parliament, begun and holden by prorogation at Westminster, the 18 day of June, Anno Regis Caroli Primo, these Acts were passed. At Hampton-Court in December following, this ensuing Order was made. The Lord Keeper's Speech. “To the kings most excellent majesty: The humble address of the Lord Mayor, Sherriffs, Commons and citizens of the city of Dublin, at an assembly held at the Tholsell of the said city on the 9th day of June, Most gracious sovereign. Giles Palmer is mentioned in the sequestration papers of the County of Warwickshire (Add. Mss. f) as having a legacy of £ from his brother Edward. (3) SP P DO + + To the Kings most excellent Majesty The humble petition of Captain John Audley.
TO THE KINGS Most Excellent MAJESTY. TO THE READER. in pursuance of the Humble Petition of your Majesties Prote∣stant Subjects, as well Commanders of your Majesties Army there, as others presented to your Majesty, the Eighteenth Day of A∣pril, , and answered by your Majesty the Five and Twentieth of the same. and General of his. Page 18 - Petition of the inhabitants of East Jersey, asking to be taken under the government of the King, should the Proprietors not appoint a suitable person as Governor. I From PROBT Proprieties, Vol. 6, No. G. SJ.J To THE KINGS MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY. THE HUMBLE PET°. /5(3). Petitions in the State Papers, This free content was born digital and sponsored by the Arts and Humanities Research Council. The cost of photography, transcription and editorial work was funded by an Arts and Humanities Research Council Research Grant: ‘The Power of Petitioning in Seventeenth-Century England’ (AH/S/1). To the Kings Most Excellent Majesty: and to the Lords Spiritual and Temporal; and the Commons assembled in Parliament: The humble petition of Thomas Violet of London goldsmith. by: Violet, Thomas, fl. Published: ().