Severall petitions presented to His Excellency the Lord Fairfax. by England and Wales. Army. Council. Download PDF EPUB FB2
Get this from a library. Severall petitions presented to His Excellency the Lord Fairfax. [Thomas Fairfax Fairfax, Baron; Oliver Cromwell; England and Wales. Army. Council.]. Two petitions presented to his Excellency the Lord Fairfax.: the one by the officers and soldiers of the garrisons of Newcastle, Tinmouth, Hartlepoole, Holy-Isle: together with several officers of Barwick then present.
The other by the officers and soldiers commanded by Colonel Hewson. The first presented at Windsor, Friday Novemb. Severall petitions presented to His Excellency the Lord Fairfax.
by the Lieut. Generals. Col. Harrisons, Coll. Prides, Coll Deanes. [brace] regiment.: Together with Lievt. Gen. Cromwels letter to His Excellency concerning the same.
Get this from a library. A petition from severall regiments of the Army, viz, Colonell Fleetwoods, Colonell Whalies. Colonell Barksteads, &c.: Presented to his Excellency, Thomas Lord Fairfax, at St. Alboni [sic], on Saturday the of this present November, Wherein they set forth their desires for a speedy, safe, and just settlement, that thereby the kingdom may be freed from the.
A letter of His Excellency Thomas Lord Fairfax to the right Honorable, the Lord Mayor of the city of London for the better preserving a right understanding between the city and army with an order of His Excellency to Col.
Dean, to march into the city of London and seize the publike treasuries of Goldsmiths, Weavers, and Haberdashers-Hall. A Petition presented by the Inhabitants of Newport-pagnell and the parts adjacent to his Excellency the Lord Generall Fairfax, and the Generall Councell at White-Hall on Tuesday, DecembDesiring the person of the King might be brought to speedy Justice, and other matters of the like Nature.
His Majesties letter to Lieutenant Generall Cromwell, [microform] concerning the treaty; and his desires therein, touching the army, and all other His liege people of what sect or sort soever. Together with His propositions, concerning His royall consort the Queen, and His gracious remonstrance touching the Church of England.
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43 A declaration from his excellence Sir Thomas Fairfax and the generall cancel of the army (16 Sept. ), E/36; A letter from his excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax, to the lord major, aldermen and common-council of the City of London (19 Nov.
), E/ 94 A Remonstrance of his excellency Thomas Lord Fairfax and of the generall councell of officers held at St Albans the 16 of November, (), pp.
61, 95 Ibid., pp. 18, 96 Ibid., pp. 19, 47–8. Severall petitions presented to His Excellency the Lord Fairfax. By the Lievt. Generals Col. Harrisons Coll. Prides Coll. Deanes. regiment. Together with Lievt. Gen. Cromwels letter to his Excellency concerning the same: Short memorials.
[Thomas Fairfax] / [Pierre Drevet ; Adriaen van der Werff]. - [ok. The Three letters intercepted by. Two petitions presented to his Excellency the Lord Fairfax. The one by the officers and soldiers of the garrisons of Newcastle, Tinmouth, Hartlepoole, Holy-Isle: together with several officers of Barwick then present.
The other by the officers and soldiers commanded by Colonel Hewson. The first presented at Windsor, Friday Novemb. Presented to his Excellency and the generall Councell of Officers on Fryday Jan. With their favourable acceptance thereof.
Also a petition of divers commanmanders [sic], prisoners in the Kings Bench, for the releasing of all prisoners for debt, according to the custome of other countries.
A remonstrance of His Excellency Thomas Lord Fairfax, Lord Generall of the Parliaments forces and of the Generall Councell of officers held at St Albans the of November, presented to the Commons assembled in Parliament, the instant, and tendred to the consideration of the whole kingdome by England and Wales ().
A declaration of the proceedings of His Excellency the Lord General Fairfax, in the reducing of the revolted troops.: Together with the humble petition of the sad and heavy-hearted prisoners remaining in the Church of Burford. Appointed by His Excellency and his Councel of War, to be printed and published, and signed by their order, May Filed under: Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, -- Early works to A copie of tvvo letters, sent from divers officers of the army in the north, to his excellency Thomas Lord Fairfax; concerning the late large petition, presented to the Parliament upon the eleventh of Sept.
Within the boundaries of the Fairfax Grant, Lord Fairfax could set his own standards, and George Washington was not required to get a license or pay fees to the college at William and Mary. Lord Fairfax moved west across the Blue Ridge to the Shenandoah Valley inafter arranging for his nephew Thomas Bryan Martin to join him in Virginia.
Close section A Letter to the Lord Fairfax, and his Council of War. A LETTER TO The Lord Fairfax, AND His Councell of War, WITH Divers Questions to the Lawyers, and Ministers: To his Excellency the Lord Fairfax & the Council of War the Brotherly Request of those that are called Diggers show Winstanley's 'Relation', in John Fielder, the.
CIVIL WAR, ENGLANDA collection of Parliamentary and Army ordinances, 7 volumes, comprising:i. Lawes and ordinances of warre,established for the better conduct of the army by His Excellency the Earle of Essex. London: John Partridge and John Rothwell, September32pp., coat of arms on verso A1, [ESTC R], soiledii.
Lawes and ordinances of warre,established for the better conduct. A reply to the answer of Lieutenant General Ludlow, or, His answer to the officers at Dublin examined with a concluding word to the present authoritie in Parliament / by E.W.
(London: Printed by Tho. Newcomb, ), by an actor in the late change in Ireland E. (HTML at EEBO TCP). To His Excellency the Lord Fairfax and the Counsell of Warre the Brotherly Request of those that are called Diggers sheweth (December ), John Heyman, An.
Wrenn, Hen. Barton, Jon Coulton (in the behalf of others called the Diggers), Robert Cosler, John Plamer, Jacob Heard (in The Clarke Papers volume 2, ). Albert Fairfax had taken the legal 37 Trie Fairfax Families steps to constitute himself a British subject, and, as such, he prayed to be authorized to bear the Cameron title legally.
The Com- mittee that considered his petition was composed of the Lord Chancellor, Lord Ashbourne, Lord Robertson, and Lord. John Rushworth, A Petition from His Excellency Thomas Lord Fairfax And the General Councel of Officers of the Army, To the Honourable, the Commons of England in Parliament assembled, Concerning the Draught of An Agreement of the People For a secure and present Peace, by them framed and prepared.
Together with the said Agreement presented on. Close section A Letter to the Lord Fairfax, and his Council of War. A LETTER TO The Lord Fairfax, AND His Councell of War, WITH Divers Questions to the Lawyers, and Ministers: Almighty, between Michaell the Seed of Life, and the great red Dragon, the Curse fought within the Spirit of Man.
With severall other Declarations, and Testimonies of. A proclamation by his Excellency the Lord Generall, forbidding all souldiers to forbear to put their horses into the mowing-pastures.
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, /  A proclamation by his Excellency the Lord Generall, for the regulating of souldiers in their march to Ireland. Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, / [Feb.
It reads: “his Majesty will be graciously pleased to confirm this Land to us agreeably to a petition presented to your Excellency in Council the 15th of last December; with this difference only, that instead of Sandy Creek, (one of the places allotted for the location of our Grant & which we now certainly know, will not be comprehended within.
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Lenthall, William, A full narative [sic] of all the proceedings betweene His Excellency the Lord Fairfax and the mutineers, since his Excellencies advance from London, Thursday May to their routing and surprizall, Munday May at mid-night. VVith the particulars of that engagement, the prisoners taken, and the triall and.
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Summary Letter from Robert Carter to Thomas, Lord Fairfax, J Robert Carter writes to Thomas, Lord Fairfax, bthe proprietor of the Northern Neck, Jto apprise him of the challenges to the proprietary being mounted in the colony, and to send him (not present) a copy of the recent statement of complaints against the proprietary prepared by the colony's House of Burgesses.
Friday, Nov. 5, "That a Petition of sundry Inhabitants of the County of Hampshire, praying that an Act may be passed for establishing a Town on the Land of the Right Honourable the Lord Fairfax, in that County, called Tucker's Plantation, was presented to the House, and read, and referred to the Consideration of the next Session of the.A Royal Cavalier: The Romance of Rupert, Prince Palatine (London: E.
Nash, ), by Mrs. Steuart Erskine (multiple formats at ) History of Charles the First and the English Revolution, From the Accesstion of Charles the First to His Execution (new edition, 2 volumes; London: R. Bentley, ), by François Guizot, trans.
by Andrew R. FAIRFAX, THOMAS, third Lord Fairfax (–), general, son of Ferdinando, second lord Fairfax [q. v.], was born at Denton in Yorkshire on 17 Jan.
–12 (Fairfax Correspondence, i. 61). In he matriculated at St. John's College, Cambridge, and three years later was sent to the Low Countries to learn the art of war under Sir Horace.