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Two speeches delivered by the Kings most excellent Majestie at Oxford

Charles I King of England

Two speeches delivered by the Kings most excellent Majestie at Oxford

the first to His Excellence, Prince Rupert ... the other to some Lords and others ....

by Charles I King of England

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Published by Printed by Leonard Lichfield in Oxford .
Written in English


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Reference: Wing C2863.

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Two speeches delivered by the Kings most excellent Majestie at Oxford by Charles I King of England Download PDF EPUB FB2

A speech delivered by the Right Honourable William Lord Marquesse Hartford, in the councell-chamber at Oxford: to the Kings most excellent Majesty, and the lords of his privie councell, on Saturday Ianu wherein he fully sets downe his opinion concerning the present warres, and an accommodation of peace between His Majesty and his high court of Parliament.

A speech, spoken by Prince Robert: to the King's Most Excellent Majesty and the lords of the Councell concerning His Majesties desire for an accommodation of peace: wherein is declared his resolution concerning Sergeant Major Skippon, Collonell Browne, and Collonell Hurry : likewise the heads of a s[p]eech, spoken by Captaine Lilbourne, before a councell of warre, held at Oxford.

A speech delivered by the Right Honourable William Lord Marquesse Hartford, in the councell-chamber at Oxford: to the Kings most excellent Majesty, and the lords of his privie councell, on Saturday Ianu wherein he fully sets downe his opinion concerning the present warres, and an accomodation of peace between His Majesty and his high court of Parliament.

A speech, spoken by Prince Robert: to the King's Most Excellent Majesty and the lords of the Councell concerning His Majesties desire for an accomodation of peace: wherein is declared his resolution concerning Sergeant Major Skippon, Collonell Browne, and Collonell Hurry : likewise the heads of a s[p]eech, spoken by Captaine Lilbourne, before a councell of warre, held at Oxford, December.

The King’s Speech Inciting Event: Watching Bertie, the Duke of York, go through another ineffective and humiliating “treatment” for his stammer with another respected doctor. Bertie’s wife Elizabeth gets the name of Lionel Logue, a speech therapist, and visits him to see if he can help her husband.

[2],[1] foot of title: Cum continuous despite last leaf bears a colophon on recto."The speech of Sr Edw. Turner, Kt. Speaker of the Honourable House of Commons to the King's Most Excellent Majesty, delivered on Monday the eighth day of July, " has separate dated title page; pagination and register.

A speech delivered at a free conference between the Honourable the Council and Assembly of Jamaica, held the 19th November,on the subject of Mr. Wilberforce's propositions in the House of Commons, concerning the slave-trade. Speakers speech before His Majestie and both Houses of Parliament, after his returne from Scotland, upon passing the Bill for Tunnage and Poundage, on Thursday the 2.

of December, relating the present distempers of England and Ireland also, the King's most excellent Majestie's speech to the honourable House of Parliament the same Thursday Deceb. 2, Book/Printed Material A letter to his most Excellent Majesty, George the third, King of Great-Britain, France, and Ireland, and Emperor of North America, &c.

May it please your Majesty. [Asserting that Parliament has usurped his authority by imposing taxes upon the c. The King James Version Printed by Richard Norton and John Bill The "printers to the Kings moft excellent Majestie".

This printing has become fondly know among collectors a the "Last Edition" because of the year of its was The LAST edition published During the reign of King. After all, the core of The King's Speech is two men in a consultation room; if I could get that tent pole right, everything else could be hung from it like Christmas tree ornaments.

Second half contains: To the King's most excellent majesty. The humble petition and advice of the lords under-named, peers of the realm. The petition requests that Parliament be called to sit at Westminster rather than at Oxford.

Signed by 16 members of the House of Lords. Reproduction of original in: Trinty College (Dublin, Ireland) Library.

James's second speech mainly concerns the circumstances of the Gunpowder plot, discovered on 5 November, four days before the speech was delivered. He describes the plot as 'this great and horrible attempt', reflecting that kings are most subject 'to the dayly tempests of innumerable dangers'. Read the quotation from "To the King's Most Excellent Majesty." "And may each clime with equal gladness see A monarch's smile can set his subjects free!" Wheatley uses the word free in these lines to suggest that.

the king has the potential to make his subjects happy. 1 []. Uther Pendragon being dead, the nobility from several provinces assembled together at Silchester, and proposed to Dubricius, archbishop of Legions, that he should consecrate Arthur, Uther's son, to be their they were now in great straits, because, upon hearing of the king's death, the Saxons had invited over their countrymen from Germany, and, under the command of.

It's the English Civil War. And Thomas Hill, mild-mannered mathematician and bookseller from Romsey, is called to Oxford to serve the King by his old tutor. It seems that His Majesty has need of a skilled code breaker.

I suppose the publishers felt that "The King's Cryptographer" wouldn't fit Reviews: This book examines the many and varied uses of apocalyptic and anti-Catholic language in seventeenth-century English drama. Adrian Streete argues that this rhetoric is not simply an expression of religious bigotry, nor is it only deployed at moments of political crisis.

Read the quotation from "To the King's Most Excellent Majesty." "May George, beloved by all the nations round, Live with heav'ns choicest constant blessings crown'd!" Wheatley uses the word crown'd to express the idea that the king. deserves reward for his goodness. The speech of the Fairy Queen to her Majesty; Fairies song; The Poets speech at her Majestys departure; O come again fair Natures treasure; Close section Speeches to Queen Elizabeth at Quarrendon: August, The Message of the Damsel of the Queen of Fairies; The Old Knights Tale; The Song after Dinner at the two Ladies entrance; The Ladies.

Start studying The King's Speech Quiz. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. It seems to have been carried through the press by Dr. Miles Smith and Bishop Bilson, aided perhaps by Archbishop Bancroft and other prelates.

All the expense of making and printing the translation was defrayed by Robert Barker, "Printer to the King's most excellent Majestie.".Read the quotation from "To the King's Most Excellent Majesty." "May George, beloved by all the nations round, Live with heav'ns choicest constant blessings crown'd!" Wheatley uses the word crown’d to express the idea that the king 2 See answers Answer /5 slippy +His Majesty's most gracious speech to both Houses of Parliament, on Thursday, Novem ; Great Britain.

Sovereign ( George III) [New York]: Printed by James Rivington, printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty., [] Description Book — 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 21 x 30 cm.

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