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A Declaration of the Lords and Commons ... Concerning the miserable distractions and grievances of this Kingdom now lieth in, by meanes of Jesuiticall and wicked Councellors now about His Majestie. ... London Printed for Edward Husband, and John Frank, Iuly 13. 1642. 4°, 4 leaves. Julii 4. 1642. The Declaration of the Lords and Commons Assembled in Parliament. Or, Five severall passages of State, viz.
1. His Maiesties Commission of Array. 2. His Proclamation upon the same. 3. His Majesties Letter to the County
of Leycester. 4. The Declaration of both Houses of
Parliament concerning the said
jesties Proclamation. Lastly, diuers Acts and Statutes thereunto annexed. Whereby it appeares that the said Commission is not warranted by any Act of Parliament : That it is contrary to the Lawes and Customes of the Realme, destructive to the Liberty and Property of the Subject, contrary to the Petition of Right, and the Statute made this present Parliament. . . . London, Printed for Ioseph Hunscot and Iohn Wright. 1642. 4°, A-D in fours. Another Declaration of the Lords and Commons Assembled in Parliament, Concerning Svbscriptions for bringing in Money, Plate, and Horses. Together with Additions to the former Instructions for Deputy-Lieutenants. Also, A Declaration of the Lords and Commons
concerning the publishing of divers Proclamations and Papers in his Maiesties Name. London, Printed by Luke Norton and Iohn Field . . . July 7, 1642. 4°, 4 leaves. A Joyfull Message sent from the House of Commons to Robert Earle of Warwicke, Admirall of His Majesties Navie Royall, concerning the Ships which now lye ready at the Coast of Holland, laden with Ammunition to be sent to His Majesty at Yorke. With the Message which they sent to the Dutch Ambassadour, And his Answer to the said Message. Likewise the Report which was made to both Hovses, concerning 8000 men which are to be sent from France, and Spaine, to his Majesty to assist him against the High Court of Parliament. And the Parliaments Resolution concerning the
London, Printed for J. H. and T. Ryder, Iuly 9, 1642. 4°, 4 leaves. A Declaration of the Lords and Com.
mons . . . For the preservation of the safety of the Kingdom, and the Town of Holl: With the assurance of both Houses to satisfie all losse sustained by any service done for the safety of the said Town, by reason of the overflowing of the Water upon any the grounds there.
Together with an Order of both Houses: to all Lord Lieutenants and Deputy Lieutenants of their severall counties, to raise Forces to suppresse all disturbers of the peace. London, Printed by Luke Norton and Iohn Field ... July 12. 1642. 4°, 4 leaves. Votes and Declarations of both Houses of Parliament, concerning the taking away and disannulling the power of the Clergy in making Constitutions : With a Declaration prohibiting the reading in all Churches, Chappells, and elsewhere, his Maiesties Proclamations, Declarations, and other Printed papers of the same nature and consequence. ... Printed for Francis Leach, and William Guy. 1642. Iuly 14. 4°, 4 leaves. The Petition of the Lords and Commons in Parliament, delivered to His Majestie the 16. day of July : Together with His Majesties Answer thereunto. London : Printed by Robert Barker, MDCXLII. 4°, A-C in fours, A 1 and C 4 blank. A Declaration of the Hovse of Commons in Vindication of divers Members of their House, From A false, and scandalous Pamphlet, Intituled The humble Petition of Captain William Booth . Which, Together with an Affidavit annexed, was delivered to His Majestie at York. London, Printed by Luke Norton and John Field, for Edward Husbands and Iohn Franck; July 22. 1642. 4°, 4 leaves. The Declaration of the Lords and Commons . . . Willing, That no Messenger or officer, by Colour of his Majesties Command or Warrant under his hand, shall arrest, take, or carry away any of his Majesties Subjects against their Wils, that it is against the Lawes of the Land, the liberty of the Subject, and tends to the disturbance of the peace of the Kingdome, and those that are imployed in the raising of Horses, Money or 'plate, according to the Propositions, shall not depart from that service upon any Command from his Majesty whatso
As also the Vindication of both Houses of Parliament of the Earle of Stamford, and others, from his Maiesties imputation of Treason. With certaine
instructions from his Majesty to all the A Declaration of the Lords and Commons Judges of the Kingdome of England, Assembled in Parliament, That whatsoJuly 28. London Printed for Johu ever Souldier or Souldiers shall breake Wright. 1642. 4°, 4 leaves.
open, pillage, or ransacke any mans House, A Replication of the Lords and Com- under colour that they are Papists, or mons Assembled in Parliament, To His persons dis-affected (without Command Majesties Answer, sent by the Right of their Captaine) shall be pursued and Honorable the Earl of Holland. July punished according to the Law of Felons. 29. London printed for Nathaniel Allen. Also A Speciall Order of both Houses 1642. 4°, 4 leaves.
concerning Irregular Printing, and for A Declaration of the Lords and Com- the suppressing of all false and scandalous mons Assembled in Parliament, Setting Pamphlets. August 29. London forth the Grounds and Reasons, that
Printed for Iohn Wright. 1642. 4°, 4 necessitate them at this time to take up
leaves. defensive Arms for the Preservation of The humble Answer of the Lords and His Majesties Person, The maintenance Commons ... To the Message of the 25 of the true Religion, The Laws and liber- of August received from His Majesty by ties of this Kingdom, And the Power and the Earles of Southhampton and Dorset
, Priviledge of Parliament. August 3. and Sir Iohn Culpepper, Knight, ChanLondon, Printed for Edward Husbands, cellor of the Exchequer. Returned by and Iohn Franck. 1642. 4°, A-B in the aforesaid Sir Iohn Culpepper, by fours.
Order of both Houses, to be presented to A Declaration of the Lords and Commons
His Majesty. With a perfect Coppy of ... for the raising of all power, and force,
His Majesties Message. London, Printed as well Trained Bands as others, in seve
for J. Wright. August 30. 1642. 4°, 4 rall Counties of this Kingdom, to lead
leaves. against all Traytors, and their adherents, A Declaration of the Lords and Commons and them to arrest and imprison, and to Assembled in Parliament, Sent to the fight with, kill, and slay all such as shall generall Assembly of the Church of Scotoppose any of His Majesties loving Sub- land. With their Answer thereunto, exjects that shall be imployed in this ser- pressing their care to prevent the effusion vice by either or both Houses of Parlia- of Christian blood ; and their affections ment. August 9. London, Printed for to Reformation. Also, A Letter sent by Edward Husbands, and Iohn Franck. some Brethren of the Ministers of the 1642. 4°, 4 leaves.
Church of England, to the
Generall AssemA Declaration and Resolution of the bly of the Church of Scotland. With Lords and Commons ... Concerning His
their Answer thereunto annexed. SepMajesties late Proclamation for the
tember 1. 1642. London, Printed for pressing of the present Rebellion, under
Richard Best. 4°, 4 leaves. the command of Robert Earle of Essex A Declaration of the Lords and Commons
August. 15. London, Printed for . . Concerning the Abuses lately done Edward Blackmore, 1642. 4°, 4 by severall persons in the County of leaves.
Essex. Septemb. 2, 1642. London, Considerations for the Commons, in this
Printed for E. Husbands and I. Frank. Age of Distractions. (August 17, 1642.]
4°, 4 leaves. 4°, 4 leaves. B. M.
A Declaration of the Lords and Commons A Declaration of the Lords and Commons For the appeasing and quietting of ... for the disarming of all Popish Recu
all unlawfull Tumults and Insurrections sants, and that it shall be lawfull for any
in the severall Counties of England, and of His Majesties Subjects to seize upon
Dominion of Wales. Also an Ordinance the persons of all such as shall execute of both Houses, for the suppressing of the illegall Commission of Array. Stage - Playes. Septemb. 3. London Together with a Declaration of the Lords Printed for Iohn Wright. 1642. 4°, 4 and Commons ... that all persons what
leaves. soever, which shall assist his Majesty in A Declaration of the Lords and Commons this War with Horse, Arms, or Mony, for the Protecting of all those that shall be Traytors to his Majesty, the Par- obey the Orders and Commands of Parlialiament and Kingdom. London, Printed ment. Also, Declaring all those to be by A N. for Ed. Husbands and I. Franke, Enemies to the Commonwealth, and Dis. August 22, 1642. 4°, 4 leaves.
turbers of the peace of the Kingdom, who
lication hereof, march to his Excellencie, Robert Earle of Essex, to be imployed for the defence of his Majesty and Kingdoms the Priviledge of Parliament and Liberty of the Subject. 24 Septemb. London printed for Iohn Wright, 1642. 4°, 4
either seize, apprehend or detain in prison, or send out their Warrants for the apprehending, or otherwise molesting any person or persons for obeying the Ordinance and Commands of the Parliament, or for refusing to obey the Commission of Array. London Printed by Luke Norton and John Field for E. Husband and I. Franck,
. . September 9, 1642. 4°, 4 leaves. Two Declarations of the Lords and Com. mons . . . The One, Concerning the Releasing of diverse Worthy Ministers, and other his Majesties good Subjects, in the County of Chester. The Other, For the Repaying of all such Sums of Money, as are, or shall be brought towards this publike Charge, out of the Estates of such as are Voted Delinquents, Order of both Houses, that the Lord Generall according to his Commissions, shall take speciall care for punishing disorders in the Souldiers. September 9. London Printed for Iohn Wright 1642. 4°, 4 leaves. To the Kings most Excellent Majesty, The Humble Answer of the Lords and Commons to His Majesties last Message the 11. September, 1642. With a true Coppy of the Message. London, Printed for J. Wright. 17 Septemb. 1642. 4°, 3 leaves. A Declaration of the Lords and Com
Concerning an insolent Letter sent to Mr. Clarke at Craughton neere Brackley in Northamptonshire, from Sir Iohn Byron Knight, since the Inhabitants of that County apprehended divers Rebels under his Command, as hee with thern and divers Troops of Horse in a Trayterous and Warlike manner marcht towards Oxford, to the great terror and affrightment of his Majesties good Subjects in those Parts. Whereunto is annexed a Copy of the said Letter. Septemb. 14. London Printed for John Wright, 1642. 4°, 4 leaves. A Declaration and Resolution of the Lords and Commons ... In Answer to the Scots Declaration. Wherein is set forth the true Zeal and Affection betwixt both Kingdoms, for the Reformation of ChurchGovernment. London, Printed for Edward Husbands and John Franck, . September 23. 1642. 4°, 8 leaves, the last blank. An Ordinance or Declaration of the Lords and Commons Shewing that all the Regiments of Foot, and Troopes of Horse, within and about the Citty of London, shall within fortie eight houres after pub
Die September 29. 1642. (An order of Parlianient for the speedy raising of Forces to suppress the Malignants in Lancashire, &c. and to obtain a loan at 8 per cent on the Public Faith.] Imprinted at London by L. N. for G. Husbands and I. Frank,
A sheet. Instrvctions of the Lords and Commons
For the right Honourable Francis Lord Willoughby of Parham, Lord Lieutenant of the County of Lincolne, and to the rest of the Committee, Ordered by both the said Houses to goe into the Country, and there put in execution these insuing Instructions, for the setling & preserving the peace of that County and City, and the parts adjoyning. Septemb. 30.
London Printed for J. B. and are to be sold by John Wright. 1642. 4°, 4 leaves. [Offer of both Houses to persons providing Horses and Arms, October 4, 1642.] Imprinted at London by L. N.' for E. Husbands and I. Frank,
... MDCXLII. A small sheet. Die Lvnæ October, 4. 1642. [An Order of Parliament for the security of persons furnishing horses for Dragoons.) Imprinted at London by L. N. ... MDCXLII. A sheet. The Declaration And Votes of the Lords and Commons . Concerning the late Treaty of Peace in Yorkshire. Wherein they renounce the said agreement, as being very prejudiciall and dangerous to the whole Kingdome, that any one County should stand as Neuters, and withdraw themselves from the assistance of the rest. Together with the fourth Article of the Lord Generals Instructions, sent to Mr. Hotham, and Sir Ed. Rodes, with power to them to publish it, and to pardon all those that shall subunit within 10 dayes. October 5. London Printed for Iohn Wright. 1642. 4°, 4 leaves. Instructions agreed upon by the Lords and Commons ... For Sir Thomas Barrington, Sir William Masham, Sir Martin Lumley, Sir Henry Mildmay, of Wansted, Sir Thomas Cheek, Harbottle Grimston Esquire. Members of the House of
Commons, and Deputie-Lievtenants for the County of Essex, and Committees to be sent into the same County. And for Sir William Hicks, Sir Richard Everard, Sir Tho. Honywood, Sir Henry Holdcroft, Sir William Roe, Sir William Martin, Sir John Barrington, Timothy Middleton, and Iohn Sayer Esquires, the rest of the Deputy-Lievtenants of the said County for preservation of the peace of the said County. Printed by A. N. for Richard Best. Octob. 5, 1642. 4°, A-B in fours. A true Copy of the Instructions agreed upon by the Lords and Commons and sent to his Excellency the Earl of Essex, Lord General of the Army, concerning the advancing of his Forces towards his Majesty ; &c. Also the last Declaration and Votes of the Lords and Commons ... concerning the late Treaty of Peace in Yorke-shire. Wherein they renounce the sayd agreement ... Together with the instructions, sent to Mr. Edward Hotham and Sir Edward Rhodes with power to them to publish it, and 'withaÎl to pardon all those that shall submit within ten dayes. Printed for Fr. Coles. 1642. Octob. 6. 4°, 4 leaves. A Declaration of the Lords and Commons of the Parliament of England, To the High and Mighty Lords, the States of the United Provinces. London. Printed by A. N. for Richard Best, October 8. 1642. 4°, 4 leaves. A Declaration of the Commons Assembled in Parliament. For bringing to condigne punishment, those that have raised false and scandalous Rumors against the House, how that they intend to assesse every Mans Pewter, and lay excizes upon othe om modities. As also further directions to his Excellence the Earle of Essex Generall of the Army, and to the Committee for his assistance in the Army, appointed by both Houses of Parliament. London, Printed for Richard Best, October, 10. 1642. 4°, 4 leaves. A Declaration of the Lords and Commons
Concerning his Majesties advancing with his Army toward London. With direction, that all the Trained Bands and Volunteers be put into a readinesse. Also, how Sir Iohn Hinderson urged one David Alexander a Scotchman, to kill Sir Iohn Hotham, and blow up the Parliaments Magazine ; to whom His Majesty gave money and he received it. Together with the Depositions of the said David Alexander and Sir John Hinderson.
Whereunto is added, several] Votes of the Lords and Commons, Corrected and amended by the house of Commons to prevent false copies. London, Printed for Edw. Husbands, and I. Franke. Octob. 18, 1642. 4°, A-B in fours. The Sentence of the House of Commons vpon Mr. Henry Darell for reporting that Master Pym, a Member of the said House, should take a Bribe of thirty pounds : Together, with the said Master Darells acknowledgement of his errour therein. London, Printed for E. Husbands and I. Franck. Oct. 19, 1642. 4°, 4 leaves. An Ordinance and Declaration of the Lords and Commons . . . Allowing and authorizing any of His Majesties good and loyall Subjects in the Kingdom of England, to furnish with all manner of warlike provision, and send to Sea what Ships and Pinaces they shall thinke fit, to make stay of all such supplies, as they shall seize upon by Sea or Land, going to assist the Rebels in Ireland, ... And the said Adventurers (in recompence of so good a service) shall have and enjoy as their owne proper goods all Ships . London, Printed for I. Wright. Octob. 21. 1642. 4°, 4 leaves. A Declaration and Protestation of the Lords and Commons ... to this Kingdom, and the whole world, Wherein (amongst divers of His Majesties late illegal proceedings) is discovered, how severall Commissions under the Kings authority have been granted to many profest Papists (herein nominated) for places of command in this warre, with power to raise men and armes, which in sundry places they have performed. Also, how Sir John Hinderson and Colonell Cockram were sent to Hamburgh and Denmarke, to raise Forces there, and in other forraine parts, to bring into this Kingdome. With the names of some who have been proclaimed Rebels in Ireland, Now in great power with his Majesty. For which and many other reasons they are resolved to enter into a solemne oath and covenant with God to the utmost of their power, with the hazard of their lives and fortunes to defend the truth against the King's Popish Army, and all that shall joyne with them in the prosecution of this wicked designe. London. Printed by L. N. and [sic] E Husband and J. Frank. ... MDCXLII. (October 22.] 4°, 4 leaves. A Declaration and Protestation Oc
tob. 23. London Printed for Iohn Wright. 1642. 4°, A-H in fours. A Declaration and Protestation of the Lords and Commons ... Also, Two Orders of both Houses of Parliament, The one for shuting up shops : the other for placing Courts of Guard, Posts, Bars, and Chaines, in all by-Lanes of several Parishes adjoyning to this City. ... London, Printed for 1. Wright. Octob. 25. 1642. 4°, 4 leaves. A Declaration and Protestation London, Printed for Edward Blackmore, Octob. 25. 1642. 4°, 4 leaves. Instrvctions of the Lords and Commons
For the Right Honorable, Francis Lord Willovghby of Parham, Lord Lieutenant of the County of Lincoln, and to the rest of the Committee. London : Printed by J. F. for E: Husbands and J: Franck, October 24. 1642. 4°, 4 leaves. A Declaration of the Lords and Commons
. . For the speedy putting this City into a posture of defence, and to fortifie all the passages into the same, Divers Rebels, Traytors, and other ill-affected people, in pursuit of a wicked designe to alter Religion, being now marching against the Parliament for destruction of the same and of the City of London. Also, an Ordinance of both Houses, declaring their Resolutions of making provision for those that shall be maimed in this present war,
London, Printed for I. Wright. Octob. 27. 1642. 4°, 4 leaves. A Remonstrance of the Lords and Com
Or, The Reply of both Houses, to a printed Book, under His Majesties name, Called, His Majesties Answer to a printed Book, intituled, A Remonstrance,
London, Printed for I. Wright, Novemb. 3. 1642. 4°. A, 2 leaves: B-H in fours. By the appointment of the Committee of the Lords and Commons for the safety of the Kingdom, it is desired as followeth : 5 Nov. 1642. A sheet. An Order of the Committee of the Lords and Commons at Guildhall for the defence of the Kingdom, for the disarming and securing the persons of such as are disaffected to the Parliament and Commonwealth, with the cities of London and Westminster, and the Suburbs within three miles of the Citie. With a Proclamation by the Lord Maior of London. London, printed for I. Iackson, G. Tomlinson, and T. Homer, and are to be sold in the Old Baily, 1642. Novemb. 4. A sheet.
A Declaration of the Lords and Commons ... Concerning divers well-affected persons and Citizens of the City of London, who are willing and ready to undertake and advance a considerable number of Souldiers, and them to arm, maintain and pay for severall months ensuing, or during these times of danger, upon the publike faith. London, Printed for Edward Husbands and John Franck. Novemb. 16. 1642. 4o. The Humble Petition of Both Houses of Parliament: Presented to His Majesty on the 24th of November, with His Majesty's gracious Answer thereunto. Also, a Proclamation for the better Government of His Majesty's Army. Printed, by His Majesty's Command, At Oxford, By Leonard Lichfield ... 1642. 4°, 4 leaves. Die Martis, xxii. Novemb. 1642. An Order of the Commons Hovse of Parliament; Concerning the Restitution of such Goods to the Owners, as have been violently taken from them, having been plundered or pillaged by the Souldiers. Novemb. 26. Printed for I. Wright. 1642. A sheet. An Ordinance and Declaration of the Lords and Commons ... For the assessing of all such as have not contributed upon the Propositions of Both Houses of Parliament, for raising of Money, With an Explanation of the former Ordinance ... Likewise an Ordinance of both Houses of Parliament, for the better provision of Victuals ... Decemb. 1. Printed for I. Wright in the Old-Bailey. 1642. 4°, 4 leaves. A Declaration and Votes of the Lords and Commons Concerning some scruple in their late Ordinance, for the assessing of persons
.. Decemb. 8. Printed for Iohn Wright in the Old Bailey. 1642. 4°, 4 leaves. A Declaration of the Lords and Commons ... Declaring a full Explanation of some particular Passages in their late Ordinance made this present December, concerning the Contribution and Assessment Moneys, to be raised for the Causes therein expressed. London Printed for Ed. Husbands and Joh. Francks. Decemb. 8. 1642. 4°, 4 leaves. A Declaration of the Lords and Commons ... With their Resolution, That if Captaine Catesby, Captaine Lilbyrne, Captaine Vivers, or any others, which are or shall be taken Prisoners, by his Majesties Army, shall be put to death, or any other hurt