1 edition of Publick grievances of the nation, adjudged necessary found in the catalog.
Publick grievances of the nation, adjudged necessary
Written in English
|Statement||by the Honorable the House of Commons, to be redressed.|
|Contributions||England and Wales. Parliament (1639). House of Commons|
|The Physical Object|
Mr Hutcheson's SPEECH against Repealing the TRIENNIAL ACT. Mr Speaker, I Cannot content myself in the great Question now before you, to deliver my Opinion barely by voting in it; for I think it of that Importance to the Nation, to deserve and need the most thorough Examination: I heartily wish it might have had a much longer Time of Consideration, than I . Historical Collections For the Year The Arch-Bishop of Canterbury's Diary.. March The Arch-bishop of Canterbury's Diary.. Thursday, I Christned the Lady Princess Ann, King Charles His second Daughter; she was born on Fryday March the 17th.. June Book of Records in the Tower, which concerned the Clergy, and which I caused to be Collected and Written in .
Treaty of Westphalia Are you sure? Peace Treaty between the Holy Roman Emperor and the King of France and their respective Allies. In the name of the most holy and individual Trinity: Be it known to all, and every one whom it may concern, or to whom in any manner it may belong, That for many Years past, Discords and Civil Divisions being stir'd up in . II. That the Book of Common Prayer, and of Ordering of Bishops, Priests and Deacons, containeth in it nothing contrary to the Word of God, and that it may lawfully so be used, and that he himself will use the Form in the said Book prescribed in publick Prayer, and Administration of the Sacraments, and none other. III.
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[England and. The grievances represented by the Estates of Scotland, to the King's Majesty, to be redressed in Parliament: together with His Majesties instructions to his commissioner, for redressing the same.
Published: (). Online Library of Liberty. SATURDAY, MA OF PUBLICK JUSTICE, HOW NECESSARY TO THE SECURITY AND WELL-BEING OF A STATE, AND HOW DESTRUCTIVE THE NEGLECT OF IT TO THE BRITISH NATION.
SIGNAL INSTANCES OF IT. (TRENCHARD) and inventors of grievances, that the nation, exhausted by past projects, cannot bear new. Online Library of Liberty. and Rules of Government, adjudged necessary to be established in this Nation for the future, by which all sorts of men are to so effectually to fulfill the true end of Parliaments in delivering this Nation from these and all other grievances, that none may presume or dare to introduce the like for ever.
And we. By this means are all Kings, even Tyrants and Conquerours, bound to preserve the Lands, Goods, Liberties, and Lives of all their Subjects, not by any Municipial Law of the Land, so much as the Natural Law of a Father, which binds them to ratifie the Acts of their Fore-Fathers and Predecessors, in things necessary for the Publick Good of their.
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The same can rarely be said of great men, who, to gratify private passion, often bring down publick ruin; who, to fill their private purses with many thousands, frequently load the people with many millions; who oppress for a mistress, and, to save a favourite, destroy a nation; who too often make the publick sink and give way to their private Author: John Zumbrunnen.
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