A proclamation for the obseruation of certayne statutes

with a fourme howe the same shalbe executed, and a summarie abridgement of euery of the same statutes folowing
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In Povvles Churchyarde, by Richarde Iugge and Iohn Cawood, printers to the Queenes Maiestie , Imprinted at London
Proclamations -- Great Britain, Great Britain -- History -- Elizabeth, 1558-1603, Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 1558
SeriesEarly English books, 1475-1640 -- 1728:2
ContributionsElizabeth I, Queen of England, 1533-1603
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[79] p
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Open LibraryOL15187638M

Get this from a library. A proclamation for the obseruation of certayne statutes: with a fourme howe the same shalbe executed, and a summarie abridgement of euery of the same statutes folowing. [Elizabeth, Queen of England; England and Wales. Sovereign ( Elizabeth I)].

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A proclamation for the obseruation and due execution of certayne statutes: and a summarie abridgement of euery of the same statutes folowyng, to be duely kept and obserued within this realme of.

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A proclamation for the obseruation of certein statutes with a fourme howe the same shal be executed, and a summarye abridgement of euery of the same statutes, folowing. ([Imprinted at London: In Povvles Church yarde by Rycharde Jugge and John Cawood, printers to the Quenes Maiestie], ), by England and Wales.

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Tracts of Mr. Thomas Hobbs of Malmsbury containing I. Behemoth, the history of the causes of the civil wars of England, from toprinted from the author's own copy never printed (but with a thousand faults) before, II. An answer to Arch-bishop Bramhall's book called the catching of the Leviathan, never before printed, III.

The order for svvannes both by the statutes, and by the auncient orders and customes vsed within the realme of England. England and Wales. / [ca. ] A note of certaine necessarie actes mencioned in the Quenes Maiestyes proclamation, besyde a collection of certayne others, publyshed the laste yeare, and nowe to be all executed.

Full text of "The works of John Smyth, fellow of Christ's college, " See other formats. The rest of his companie, except his owne souldiours, fled from him, when they sawe him incountre with the Ægiptian battaile. And then his wife Panthea tooke him vp, and laid him in her owne wagon; conueighing him to a certayne place, by the ryuer Pactolus.

And (they say) that her Eunuches doe digge a graue to burie him. A proclamation for the more effectual reducing and suppressing of pirates and privateers in America.

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Wherefore I will disclose vnto thee suche a secrete and priuie matter, as the silence thereof hath brought me into sutche plight as thou seest, whereof I doe loke for none amendement but by death or by the seruice whiche thou maiest doe me, in a certayne matter which I purpose to tell thee.”.

A compendious or briefe examination of certayne ordinary complaints of diuers of our country men in these our dayes. EEBO-TCP. A proclamation for the obseruation of certein statutes.

EEBO-TCP. Statutes compyled for the better obseruation of the holy. Article: Subsidium: Master List of REKn Primary Sources. The archbishop is a very good man, who hath two yong men to his seruantes, the one of them was borne at Hamborough, and is called Bernard Borgers: The author of the book of the East Indies.

and the other was borne at Enchuysen, whose name is Iohn Linscot, who did vs great pleasure; for by them the archbishop was many times put in minde of vs. The archbishop is a very good man, who hath two yong men to his seruantes, the one of them was borne at Hamborough, and is called Bernard Borgers: [Sidenote: The author of the book of the East Indies.] and the other was borne at Enchuysen, whose name is Iohn Linscot, who did vs great pleasure; for by them the archbishop was many times put in.

These were prepard for Pierce Penilesse first setting foorth, had not the feare of infection detained mee with my Lord in the Countrey. Now this is that I woulde haue you to do in this second edition: First cut off that long-tayld Title, and lett mee not in the forefront of my Booke, make a tedious Mountebanks Oration to the Reader, when in the.

A proclamation of the lords the Generall states, of the vnited Prouinces, whereby the Spaniards and all their goods are declared to be lawfull prize: As also containing a strickt defence or restraint of sending any goods, wares, or merchandizes to the Spaniards.

translated out of the Dutch coppy printed at s. Grauen Haghe by Aelbercht Heyndrickson. A proclamation, for the obseruation of certaine statutes, with a fourme howe the same shalbe executed [microform]: and a summarie abridgement of euery of the same statutes folowyng: &. 4 Elizabet.

Imprinted at London: In Powles Churchyarde, by Richard Iugge and Iohn Cawood, printers to the Quenes Maiestie, [?] [72] p. Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the statutes, ordinations, and prohibitions framed, made, and ordained, by the saide lorde the Master generall, in his land of Prussia, or by his Proconsuls and Consuls, and his gouernours of cities, townes, villages, and of other places in the land of Prussia, vnto the obseruation.

This thesis examines the social politics of literary production at London's Inns of Court from to Pierre Bourdieu's concepts of cultural production are widened beyond his own French academic context so that the Inns may be located as institutions central to the formation of literary and, in particular, dramatic culture in early modern London.

A significant part of Bourdieu's. The Palace of Pleasure, Vol III,William Painter. Home > The Palace of Pleasure, Vol III,William Painter.

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VOL. III. Ballantyne Press BALLANTYNE, HANSON AND CO. I haue a certayne vnacquaynted lust, and yet very well know not what it is that moueth me, and to whom I shall vow the spoyle thereof.

I am truely more fond and foolyshe. The Book-woorme was neuer but a pick­goose: it is the Multiplying spirit, not of the Alchimist, but of the villanist, that knocketh the naile one the head, and spurreth cutt farther in a.

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A proclamation or act by the Parliament of Scotland, for the proclaiming of Charles Prince of Wales, King of great Brittain, Franee [sic], and Ireland, through all the market places in that kingdom.

Also the remonstrance of the Navie to rhesupream [sic] power of the kingdom, the Commons assembled in the Parliament of England, and to his. A checke or reproofe of M. Howlets vntimely shreeching in her Maiesties eares with an answeare to the reasons alleadged in a discourse therunto annexed, why Catholikes (as they are called) refuse to goe to church: vvherein (among other things) the papists traiterous and treacherous doctrine and demeanour towardes our Soueraigne and the state, is somewhat at large vpon occasion vnfolded: their.

For I will take good hede that there be in my book nothynge false. This elaborate mystification probably had another purpose than a merely artistic one. More must have known the peril he incurred by the publication of such a book, and he was no doubt anxious to find some loophole for escape should awkward questions be asked.

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William Harrisons second book of the Description of England () reports that as well as Oxford and Cambridge, the Inns of Court were also known as a university because To these two [Universities] also we maye in lyke sorte adde the thirde, which is at London (servyng onelye for such as studye the Lawes of the Realme,) where there are sundrye.

ity, in (Stn/2)e, i. 1G5), a Eoyal Proclamation was published *' for resisting and withstanding of most damnable heresies so\\ti ' These numbers refer to those in the 'List of Books proscribed in printed in my edition of Political, Eeligious, and Love Poems, for the Society. This book has grown from roots firmly planted at Boston College.

First, an imperative to teach Shakespeare and more Shakespeare led me to contemplate his brain in the first place, and a sabbatical gave me the time to begin the project. Graduate students Mary Jo Kietzman, Carla Spivack, Matthew Watson, and Elizabeth Bradburn challenged and.