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Perfect diurnall of the proceedings in Parliament "Perfect" is misspelled on Sept. issue; "proceedings" misspelled on both Sept. and Sept. issues. Imprint varies: Sept. Printed for Robert Wood, :// tnonsofParliament,beingtentforasDelinquents. Which Impeachment, after fom: debate,paiTed byvote in the Houfc of Commonst AndM^Hf/lis appointed tocarrythe fameup tothe Lords* A Perfect diurnall of the passages in Parliament, from the of June to the of June Item Preview Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript A perfect diurnall of the passages in Parliament.
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Consult the reel guide to determine which reels to request for each newspaper title. Description 12 v. Notes. By Samuel Pecke. British union-catalogue William Cook is recorded in the catalogue of the Thomason collection as having published a Perfect diurnall as late as the issue for Oct.
24/31 . The first issue of the diurnall here catalgoue which bears the words "compiled by the same hand that formerly drew up the copy for William Cook" is the issue for Oct. 10/ A Perfect Diurnall of some Passages in Parliament, and from other parts of this Kingdom.
(New Series). (Nos. 5, [-], 14, 15, 23, 25, 29, 31 (2 copies), 33, 36, ). Printed for Francis Coles and Laurence Blaikelock; and are to be sold at their shops in › Home. A Perfect Diurnall of Some Passages in Parliament from Munday, the 4 of March, till Munday the 11 of March, Anno Numb.
London: Francis Coles and Laurence Blaikelock, 4to ( x mm). 8 pp (paginated ). Uncut leaves. Dampstaining to upper right corner, :// Library of Congress Control Number sn Language English Description Weekly Began Dec. 10/17, ; ceased Sept. 24, Sometimes published as: Perfect diurnall of some passages and proceedings of and in relation to the armies in England, Ireland & :// (Paper repair to one issue.) Disbound.
Note: includes A Perfect Diurnall of the Passages in Parliament from the 10th October unto the 17th,number 18; A Perfect Diurnall of the Passages in Parliament from the last of February to the seventh of March,number 6; A Perfect Diurnall of the Passages in Parliament from the 28th March This banner text can have markup.
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Dürer's Institutiones Geometricae. Fine's Sphaera Mundi. Franklin's New Inin company with Andrew Coe, he printed some numbers of a news-sheet entitled A Perfect Diurnal of the Passages in Parliament. There was another publication bearing a very similar title, A Perfect Diurnall of some Passages in Parliament, of which Francis Coles and Lawrence Blacklock were the :// COVID Resources.
Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus It first appeared in the 13 th edition of Humphrey Blunden’s Some Speciall and Considerable passages from London, published the first week of November.
It then appeared again the following week in the 22 nd edition of the Perfect Diurnall of the Passages in Parliament, which had been created by Walter Cooke and Robert :// A perfect diurnall of some passages in Parliament, [microform]: and from other parts of this kingdome.
Uniform Title Perfect diurnall of some passages in Parliament (Pecke: ) Imprint [London]: Printed for Francis Coles and Laurence Blaikelock, A perfect diurnall, of some passages of Parliament, and intelligence from the armies in England, Scotland, and Ireland, and more particularly from the army under the immediate conduct of his Excellency the Lord General A Perfect Diurnall of the Passages in Parliament ( May ), p.
Commons’ Journal, III. 98; see also,; BL Harleyfol. b (D’Ewes’s journal; cited in Gardiner). See Thomas Erskine May, A Treatise upon the Law, Privileges, Proceedings and Usage of Parliament (London, ), Welcome to our site for digital collections which features locally created images and descriptions from selected collections in Special Collections and University Archives, Wichita State University Libraries.
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ENGLISH CIVIL WAR. [A collection of thirteen issues from parliamentary journals]. London: Francis Coles, John Hammond, Robert Ibbitson, J.C., Francis Leach, 4to ( x mm.) Engraved wood-cut of parliament, decorative initials.
(Paper repair to one issue.) Disbound. Note: includes A Perfect Diurnall of the Passages in Parliament from the 10th October unto the 17th,number 18 Online [edit | edit source]. To learn how to access London newspapers online, see: Richard Heaton's Index to Digitalised British and Irish Newspapers Online Beta (updated 12th September ).
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London: [John Dawson] for Nathaniel Butter, Nicholas Bourne, and William The publisher, Lawrence Blaiklocke, besides fronting the long-running weekly newspaper, A perfect diurnall of some passages in parliament, had a small business in ‘official’ publications: most recently, he had been employed by the army to disseminate The lord general's letter (1 Dec.
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By the appointment of both Houses of Parliament. Published for Perfect Diurnall of Some Passages in Parliament () (London, England), February 5, - Febru ; Issue Surprisall of Two Imperial Townes by Perfect Diurnall (Newspaper) - December 5,London, Middlesex for brought U forthwith to Guild Hall bond to be ed for thf King and i aJ letters to Commons from intimating of is marched to and Toller ton with his and that the Lord Fairfax give him leave to goe into for that he he can better in by for the they bare already in and of others will snake the the greater then to with him before A Perfect Diurnall of the Passages in Parliament, ().
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Numb. from Munday the 29th of Janu., till Munday, the 5th of Feb., [i.e. ] Parliament’s emphasis upon the Protestation, once taken, became more insistent in the run-up to and into the civil war 8 As Conrad Russell has suggested, many parliamentarians ‘regarded it as supplying their title to be in arms’A 09 It was the Protestation that provided justification for taking up arms in a defensive :// Title: Perfect diurnal of some passages of Parliament: Publication Type: Book: Year of Publication: City: London: Library: Cambridge University: Binding: Bound in calf with the stamp, initials W B, and the date in gold HERBERT, Sir EDWARD (?–), judge, born aboutwas son of Charles Herbert of Aston, Montgomeryshire, uncle of Edward, lord Herbert of Cherbury [q.
v.], by Jane, daughter of Hugh ap Owen. He was admitted to the Inner Temple in November ; was called to the bar in ; entered parliament in as member for the borough of ,_Edward_(?)_(DNB00).
However, A perfect diurnall did assert that the army's conduct was ‘to the great ioy of their friends and the perpetuall infamy of their enemies’ (2–9 Aug. ), E/ The French ambassador also noted the substantial support enjoyed by the army within the city ://A Perfect Diurnall of Some Passages and Proceedings of, and in relation to the Armies in England, Ireland, and Scotland.
London, – Memorials of the professional life and times of Sir PREVIOUS EDITIONS OF THE DIARY. I. Memoirs of Samuel Pepys, Esq., F.R.S., Secretary to the Admiralty in the reigns of Charles II. and James II., comprising his Diary from todeciphered by the Rev.
John Smith, A.B., of St. John’s College, Cambridge, from the original Shorthand MS. in the Pepysian Library, and a Selection from his Private Corresp