by printed by T[homas]. P[aine]. and M[atthew]. S[immons]. for N[athaniel]. Allen in London .
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|Genre||Early works to 1800|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 2390:12|
|Contributions||England and Wales. Parliament.|
|The Physical Object|
Get this from a library! Certaine propositions of both Houses of Parliament: concerning the raising of horse, horsemen, and arms, for the defence of the King, and both Houses of Parliament. Ordered by the House of Commons, that these propositions be forthwith printed and published. H: Elsynge Cler: Parl: D: Com'.. [England and Wales. Get this from a library! Certain propositions of both houses of Parliament: concerning the raising of horse, horse-men, and arms, for the defence of the King, and both houses of Parliament. Ordered by the House of Commons, that these propositions be forthwith printed and published. H. Elsyng Cler. Parl. D. Com.. [England and Wales. Parliament.]. Nine propositions of both Houses of Parliament concerning the raising of horse: horsemen, and arms, for the defence of the King, and both Houses of Parliament. Ordered by the House of Commons, that these propositions be forthwith printed and published H. . Twenty eight propositions made by both Houses of Parliament nineteen of them to the Kings Maiestie for a reconciliation of differences between His Majesty and the said Houses, the other nine concerning the raising of horse, horsemen, and arms for the defence of the King and both Houses of Parliament: also instructions for deputie lieutenants which are members of the House of Commons and other.
On Octo , King George III speaks before both houses of the British Parliament to discuss growing concern about the rebellion . WHereas a Proposition hath been made to this House, for the raising and arming One thousand Horse, and Five hundred Dragoons, by the City of London, and the Counties of Essex, Suffolk, Cambridg, Huntingdon, Hertford, Middlesex, Kent, Surrey, Sussex, Bedford, Norfolk, and the City of Norwich; It is therefore Ordered, That the Charge of raising. Parliament Guard. Ordered, That the continual, great, and expensive, Attendance of the Horse and Foot Guards upon the Houses be referred to the Consideration of the Committee of the Army. Propositions to the King. Upon Mr. Swynfen's Report, it is agreed; 1. That, to the Proposition concerning the Militia, these Words be prefixed; viz. "That an. So that the Question passed with the Negative. Resolved, & the Consideration of this Business, concerning the Expedient brought in from the Committee, and reported by Mr. Whitelock, be taken into Consideration To-morrow Morning, the first Business. A Message from the Lords, by Doctor Aylett and Doctor Heath;. The Lords desire a present Conference, by Committees of both Houses, in the.
The Propositions of Colonel Ponsonby, concerning the Raising of a Regiment of Horse for the Service of Ireland. "He propounds, "That he will have Seven Hundred Horsemen, well mounted, with Pistols and Saddles, ready within Twenty Days to be transported for that Service, after he shall have received One Month's Pay; to be under the Command of a. The Raising of the Ironsides - Volume 13 - C. H. Firth. The term ‘Ironsides’ was a nickname, originally conferred upon Cromwell by Prince Rupert, which was afterwards applied to the regiment, as well as to the man who commanded it. Popular usage has come to employ it as a designation for Cromwell's troopers rather than for Cromwell himself, and in its popular sense it is employed in the. California election preview Propositions galore - The Desert Sun. No Comments. Propositions made by the Lords and Commons in Parliament for. related portals: United Kingdom.; sister projects: Wikipedia article, Wikidata item.; The Nineteen Propositions were a set of demands made on King Charles I of England by the English Parliament on 1 June They were designed to limit the powers of the crown and were sent to the King at York. The King's Answer to the propositions was read in Parliament on 21 June, the King .