England and Wales. Parliament
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- The English Parliament in the Middle Ages, c1981:
- Debate at large, between the House of Lords and House of Commons, at the free conference, held in the Painted Chamber, in the session of the convention, anno 1688
- Collection of tryals
- Two petitions of the Lords and Commons to His Majestie, Febr. 2. 1641...
- True copies of the present associations of the Lords and Commons in Parliament assembled : as also copy of the instrument of association that the Protestants of England entred into in the 27th year of Queen Elizabeth against a popish conspiracy : with an act made for the security of the Queen's Most Royal Person : as also two other acts made in the 13th year of the said Queen ...
- Trials of peers for treason.
- To the Kings Most Excellent Majesty, the humble answer of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament to His Majesties last message the 11 September, 1642 : with a true coppy of the message.
- The tryal of Thomas, Earl of Strafford, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, upon an impeachment of high treason : by the Commons then assembled in Parliament, in the name of themselves and of all the commons in England : begun in Westminster-Hall, the 22th of March 1640, and continued before judgment was given until the 10th of May 1641 : shewing the form of parliamentary proceedings in an impeachment of treason : to which is added, a short account of some other matters of fact transacted in both houses of Parliament precedent, concomitant, and subsequent to the said tryal, with some special arguments in law relating to a bill of attainder
- The substance of a conference at a committee of both Houses, in the Painted Chamber, October 27, 1641 : managed by Iohn Pim esquier, and Oliver Saint-Iohn, His Majesties sollicitor generall, on the behalfe, and by the command of the House of Commons, concerning the excluding the thirteene bishops, impeached by the Commons of England (for making and execution of the new canons) from all votes in Parliamlnt [sic], and for the excluding of all the rest of the bishops, from their vote in the bill lately sent up to the lords to take away the bishops votes in Parliament.
- The reasons of the Lords and Commons in Parliament why they cannot agree to the alteration and addition in the Articles of cessation offered by His Majesty : with His Majesties gratious answer thereunto, April 4, 1643.
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