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A declaration of Master William Lenthall Esquire, Speaker of the Honorable House of Commons
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8. Septembr. An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, for taking away the fifth part of delinquent estates formerly granted by an ordinance of Parliament for maintaining of the vvives and children of delinquents. (London: Printed for Edward Husband, printer to the honorable House of Commons, Septemb. ). The declaration of the navie, being the true copie of a letter from the officers of the navie, to the commissioners: vvith their resolutions upon turning out Colonell Rainsbrough from being their commander. 28th. Sent in severall letters to the Honorable William Lenthall esq; speaker of the honorable House of commons, and read in the said.
WILLIAM LENTHALL (), English parliamentarian, speaker of the House of Commons, second son of William Lenthall, of Lachford, Oxfordshire, a descendent of an old Herefordshire family, was born at Henley-on-Thames in June Speech in Parliament the 21 of March, , wherein is contained his declaration concerning the Kings Atturney Generall: A speech made by the Honourable Denzel Hollis Esquire at that time (when the judges had their charge) concerning Sir Randol Crew. The speech of Denzell Holles esquire. Delivered at the Lords barr, Wednesday the 15th of Iune.
Ashe, John, Esquire. / [ August 16] A second letter sent from John Ashe Esquire, a Member of the House of Commons, to the Honourable VVilliam Lenthall, Esquire, Speaker of the House of Commons in Parliment. Concerning divers messages, and passages between the Marquesse Hartford, Lord Pawlet, Lord Seymour, Lord Coventry, and others his. To the right honorable the Committee of Lords and Commons sitting att Derby House. Michaell Livesay For the honourable William Lenthall Esq. Speaker of the honourable House of Commons. 24 May, receive which in order to the managing and carrying on of the present businesse, I have, according to a lettre from the Speaker of the House.
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A declaration of William Lenthall Esquire, Speaker of the Honorable House of Commons, shewing the grounds and reasons which moved him to absente himselfe from attending the service of the House on Friday, J A declaration of Master William Lenthall Esquire, Speaker of the Honorable House of Commons: wherein is contained the grounds and reasons that moved him to absent himselfe from the service of the House, on Friday J together with his resolution not to attend that service, till (by an effectuall prevention of the like tumults) the Parliament be inabled to proceed in a free and.
Lenthall, William, A declaration of Master William Lenthall Esquire, Speaker of the Honorable House of Commons wherein is contained the grounds and reasons that moved him to absent himselfe from the service of the House, on Friday J together with his resolution not to attend that service, till (by an effectuall prevention of the like tumults) the Parliament be inabled to.
A declaration of William Lenthall Esquire, Speaker of the Honorable House of Commons, shewing the grounds and reasons which moved him to absente himselfe from attending the service of the House on Friday, J 1.
To the Honourable William Speaker of the Honorable House of Commons book, Esquire, Speaker of the House of Commons: These. 'Pembroke,' 11th July, SIR, The Town and Castle of Pembroke were surrendered to me this day, being the Eleventh of July; upon the Propositions which I send you here enclosed.
What Arms, Ammunition, Victual, Ordnance or other Necessaries of War are. The House of Commons resolved on 11 Juneby to votes, to include Lenthall among the twenty persons to be excepted from the act of indemnity for penalties not extending to life.
But Monck drew up a strong certificate in his favour, stating his services in forwarding the Restoration, and the Earl of Norwich also exerted his influence for Lenthall. For the Honourable William Lenthall Esquire, Speaker of the Honourable House of Commons: These.
Dalhousie, 9th October, SIR, In my last, wherein I gave you an account of my despatch of Colonel Bright to Carlisle, after the rendition of Berwick, I acquainted you with my intentions to. 'To the Honourable William Lenthall, Esquire, Speaker of the House of Commons: These.' Leaguer before Pembroke, 14th June, SIR, All that you can expect from hence is a relation of the state of this Garrison of Pembroke.
Which is briefly thus: They begin to be in extreme want of provision, so as in all probability they. Cromwell, Oliver, Lieut. General Cromwel's letter to the Honorable William Lenthal Esq., Speaker of the Honorable House of Commons, of the several great victories obtained against the Scots and Sir Marmaduke Langdales forces in the North: where were slain of the Scots party above two thousand, above nine thousand taken prisoners, four or five thousand arms taken, the whole infantry ruined, Duke Hamilton.
Resolved, by the Parliament, That the Clerk do make an Entry, that Mr. Lenthall Master of the Rolls was called to the Chair, as Speaker.
Clerk and Serjeant chosen. Resolved, by the Parliament, That the Clerk do enter, that Henry Scobell Esquire was chosen by the House to be the Clerk, and Edward Birkhead Esquire, to be the Serjeant, attending. for the honourable william lenthall, esquire, speaker of the parliament of england: these Castletown, 15 th Feb.
Speaker, - Having refreshed our men for some short time in our Winter-quarters, and health being pretty well recovered, we thought fit to take the field; and to attempt such things as God by His providence should lead us to upon the Enemy.
Full text of "The lives of the speakers of the House of commons, from the time of King Edward III. to Queen Victoria" See other formats. Gregory Shenkman, reminding Bercow of his obligation to be neutral, drew on the wisdom of William Lenthall, a former Speaker of the House, who, inassured Charles I: "I have neither eyes to see, nor tongue to speak, in this place, but as the House is pleased to direct me, whose servant I.
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Two letters sent to the Honoble [sic] William Lenthal Esq., Speaker of the Honorable House of Commons: the one, concerning the great victory obtained at Cardiffe by the Parliaments forces under the command of Major General Laughorn wherein were slain about two hundred and fifty, eight hundred taken prisoners, whereof two lieut.
colonels, two majors, ten captains, ten lieutenants, divers ensigns. Robert Lenthall ca. from England to Mass. and then to R.I. Oxford graduate at Hewas a nephew of Sir William Lenthall, Speaker of House of Commons during Royalist Period. Father was probably Sir John Lenthall. I am a direct descendant of Rev.
Nathaniel Hall, and have run into some of the same problems that. And in a dispatch from Cromwell to the "Hon. William Lenthall, Esq., Speaker of the Parliament of England," dated Septemand describing the storming of Drogheda, we find with reference to those men who, contrary to the custom of war, had continued their resistance after the place had been carried and quarter given: "When they submitted, these officers were knocked on the.
Lieut. Generall Cromwells letter to the Honorable William Lenthall Esq., speaker of the House of Commons, of the surrender of Langford-House neer Salisbury with the articles of agreement concerning the same: together with a letter concerning a great victory obtained by Col.
Rossiter against Prince Rupert and Prince Maurice, neer Belvoyr Castle.Sir Edward Coke SL (/ k ʊ k / "cook", formerly / k uː k /; 1 February – 3 September ) was an English barrister, judge, and politician who is considered to be the greatest jurist of the Elizabethan and Jacobean eras.
Born into an upper-class family, Coke was educated at Trinity College, Cambridge, before leaving to study at the Inner Temple, where he was called to the Bar on Mr. Speakers speech before the King in the Lords House of Parliament July the third concerning the passing of three bills viz: poll-money, star-chamber and high commission.
(London: [s.n.], ), by England and Wales. Parliament and William Lenthall (HTML at EEBO TCP).