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A Declaration or remonstrance of the office of a prince and his covnsellors
|Statement||by a Gentleman now residing there to intimate loyalty to His Majesty and love to his countrey, with an humble desire for a true understanding betweene our king and his people whereunto is annexed the Kings Majesties five last prpositions to the Parliament ; with their determinate answer by way of resolution in three distinct votes|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 246:E.108, no. 38|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 8 [i.e. 6] p|
For the first half of the book which covers events up to , Guy's writing is lively and concise and offers fresh insights into events; the life of Prince Arthur sets the scene for Henry VIII's relationship with his wives and children, the reason for Katherine of Aragon's stillbirths and miscarriages are scientifically discussed, Mary's early Reviews: The administrative officers of the state are a governor, a lieutenantgovernor, a secretary of state, a state treasurer, and an auditor of accounts, elected by popular vote, and an inspector of finance, a commissioner of taxes, a superintendent of education, a fish and game commissioner, three railroad commissioners, and various boards and commissions, of whom some are elected by the General.
Sanderson tasked William R. Smith with writing Wythe's chapter for volume two of Biography of the Signers. According to Smith, he was supplied with Jefferson's notes, and a "biographical notice of Wythe" from a "magazine of that day," and from these he framed his life of George Wythe. Jefferson states that Wythe "engaged in the study of the law under the direction of a Mr. Lewis," and Smith. Psalm THE foundation of this psalm is the promise in 2 Samuel which guaranteed the perpetuity of the Davidic kingdom. Many of the characteristic phrases of the prophecy recur here-e.g., the promises that the children of wickedness shall not afflict, and that the transgressions of David’s descendants should be followed by chastisement only, not by rejection.
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Get this from a library. A Declaration or remonstrance of the office of a prince and his covnsellors: also the dutie and obligement of the people and subjects: collected and extracted forth of the most divine and politique avthors that have treated of the same svbiect:.
A declaration or, remonstrance of the office of a Prince, and his counsellors. Also, the dutie and obligement of the people, and subiects; collected and extracted forth of the most divine and politique authors, that have treated of the same subject.
Newly sent from Yorke, by a Gentleman now residing there, to intimate loyalty to his Majesty Author: Gentleman now residing there. Whatever the actual direct influence of his thought, he became a symbol of the rejection of Calvinist orthodoxy, and his name became attached to various anti-Calvinist theologies.
The Remonstrance of Those ministers influenced by Arminius at the time of his death recognized that their positions in the church were precarious.
The proposed marriage of the Prince of Wales with a Spanish Infanta, and James’s desire to settle the troubles on the Continent caused by the outbreak of the Thirty Years’ War by means of the Spanish alliance, was received with disapprobation by all classes of Englishmen; and when, in the Parliament ofthe Commons petitioned the King.
The Oath of Allegiance (Judicial or Official Oath) is a promise to be loyal to the British monarch, and his or her heirs and successors, sworn by certain public servants in the United Kingdom, and also by newly naturalised subjects in citizenship current standard wording of the oath of allegiance is set out in the Promissory Oaths Act His Majesty's Declaration to all his loving Subjects, of the Causes which moved him to dissolve the last Parliament, Ma The King's Declaration of the Causes which moved him to dissolve the last Parliament.
Howsoever Princes are not bound to give Account of their Actions, but to God alone; yet, for the Satisfaction of the Minds and Affections of our loving Subjects, we have. The Declaration of Independence represents the last in a long chain of declarations that began with the declaration of the Stamp Act Congress ofwhich stated colonists were entitled to the same rights as Englishmen.
This document also affirmed that taxing the colonists without their consent was a violation of their rights as British. PRAYER, DECLARATION, AND the son asking his father for bread, the friend at midnight imploring his neighbor for food, the widow petitioning the judge for justice, the tax collector pleading for mercy.
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It is true, the Declaration, in the form adopted by Edition: current; Page:  Congress, incorporates in its final paragraph the resolution of July 2; and so the Declaration may be said to be a declaration of independence, inasmuch as in it Congress once more declared what it had already declared two days before.
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How little was it the honour of this mighty prince that he had rule over so many nations when at the same time he had no rule over his own spirit, that there were so many who were subjects and captives to him when he was himself a perfect slave to his own brutish passions and led captive by them.
How unfit was he to rule reasonable men who. The Regency Acts are Acts of the Parliament of the United Kingdom passed at various times, to provide a regent in the event of the reigning monarch being incapacitated or a minor (under the age of 18). Prior toRegency Acts were passed only when necessary to deal with a specific situation.
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The Seneca Falls Convention used Jefferson's format and style to draft The Declaration of Sentiments, a document declaring women's unfair treatment by the U.S. government and by society. Both as a source for debate about equality and as a definition of the ideological foundation of the new nation, the introduction to the Declaration played.But for that, Lee might have been the author of the Declaration instead of his younger Virginia colleague, Thomas Jefferson, then but 3l years of age.
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