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Calendar of State Papers Domestic: Charles II, 1667
of Mr., secretary at Youghall letter to Paine, John, postmaster ... relating to. Postmaster General Trade Unformity alluded to committee of House King's speech to members or burgesses of list of...
Calendar of State Papers Domestic: James II, 1685
of Burgesses and, privileges enjoyed by, mentioned (i). See also Aubone, William; ... Burgess and Common Councilman of Appleby Philip, named Alderman of Appleby ... to Newgate warrant for...
Calendar of Home Office Papers (George III): 1766-9
allowance in lieu of the territorial privileges and emoluments ... of Shelburne to the Postmaster General. Giving notice, in order that they may enjoy the usual privileges, of his...
Journal of the House of Commons: Volume 2, 1640-1643
of Privileges, 24 Apr. HABEAS Corpus, 1640, Denial thereof by Judges of the King's ... him into Custody, 26 Mar. Vide Privileges. Sir Edw. 1641, Order for Payment ... for his Commitment, Neg. reprehended, and...
Calendar of State Papers Domestic: Charles II, 1682
bells be rung for Monmouth postmaster of, Lord Brandon draws pistol ... from Needham, Captain, sworn burgess of Macclesfield John, to be J.P. of Northants ... Knutsford. Netherlands, United Netherlands charts and...
Calendar of State Papers Domestic: Charles I, 1640-1
concerning privilege of Parliament petition to references to, of petitions ... a court-martial laws of, rigorous patterns of swords allowed by president of, see ... up to the Lords passes the Lords ...
Calendar of State Papers Domestic: James I, 1619-23
The Spanish agent is still allowed access to the King, but Lord Digby ... Death of his wife. Will give his son Dudley the same allowance ... and gravel they dig out, and of an allowance of 1 d....
Calendar of State Papers Domestic: Charles II, 1677-8
on Michael, Alderman, and 12 Burgesses of Grantham, petition of Silas, master ... of extraordinaries of, allowed reasons for his not attending on the Prince of Orange ... of Thomas, case of wife of Tompkins, Sir...
Calendar of State Papers Domestic: Charles II, 1660-1
by post. The project of Mr. Nicholas' election as burgess [for Oxford] ... about the election of burgesses for the next Parliament, till they know the mind ... to pay the pursers for short allowance...