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A Remonstrance and declaration of the young men and apprentices of the city of London
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The Remonstrance’s were a set of complaints presented by some of the nobles of England to King Edward I in They were authored by two key Earls, Roger Bigod, Earl of Norfolk and Marshall of England and Humphrey de Bohun, Earl of Hereford who was Constable of England. This is the second part of Alan Woods’ reply to the BBC’s documentary, ‘Charles I, Downfall of a King’. The programme presents a slanderous and misleading account of the English Revolution, which resulted in the death of the corrupt and arrogant King Charles, crippled the feudal system, and laid the basis for modern democracy.
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To all and euery the ministers, church-wardens, and side-men, within the citie, suburbs, and diocesse of London whereas I am daily aduertised of a generall misbehauiour in most churches , men and boyes sitting then couered with their hats on their heads, without all shew of reuerence or respect / Geo: London. England and Wales. The young men of the City were greatly addicted to sports of all kinds: they skated in winter, they tilted on the water and on land, they fought, wrestled, practised archery, danced, and sang. They were a turbulent, courageous, free and independent youth, proud of their city and its wealth, proud of their power and their freedom, proud of the.
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A Remonstrance and declaration of the young men and apprentices of the city of London: to the Right Honourable, the Lord Mayor, Court of Aldermen, and Common-councell of the same city, &c., and as of publique concernment to the whole kingdome.
A remonstrance and declaration of the young men and apprentices of the City of London: To the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor, Court of Aldermen, and Common-councell of the same city, &c. and as of publick concernment to the whole kingdome.
The young men's and the apprentices' outcry. Or an inquisition after the lost fundamental laws and liberties of England Directed (29 August ) in an epistle to the private soldiery of the Army, especially all those that signed the Solemn Engagement at Newmarket-Heath, 5 June Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag.
Saved in: A Few opinions of some great and good men, and sound lawyers, on the apprentice laws of Queen Elizabeth applicable to the æra of and the sufferings of the Negro apprentices in the island of Jamaica.
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EBook PDF: MB: This text-based PDF or EBook was created from the HTML version of this book and is part of the Portable Library of Liberty. ePub: KB. A petition being stiled the humble petition of Divers Young men and Apprentices of the City of London was this day read, and it is ordered that Alderman Atkin, Col.
Venn, and Mr. Vassell, doe from this House give the Petitioners thankes for the expression of their good affections, that they will take thier Petition into consideration in. A declaration and remonstrance of the distressed and bleeding frontier inhabitants of the province of Pennsylvania: presented by them to the Honourable the governor and Assembly of the province, shewing the causes of their late discontent and uneasiness and the grievances under which they have laboured, and which they humbly pray to have redress'd () (Reprint).
The humble petition of divers young men, and apprentices of the city of London, and parts adjacent. In behalf of Lieut. Col. John Lilburn, M. William Walwin, M. Thomas Prince, and M. Richard Overton, now close prisoners in the Tower of London, without any declared just cause: and of Capt.
Willam Bray in the same condition in Windsor Castle. A remonstrance from the army, to the citizens of London, to be read and published throughtout the severall wards and parishes of the cities of London, and Westminster, the borough of Southwarke, and parts adjacent.
Sent form St. Albanes on Wednesday Novem. Many people assume that the Freedom of the City of London is purely an honorary award, presented only to the great and the good, or for particular bravery, for example. However, this is true of only a very small number of City Freemen.
The Honorary Freedom of the City of London is indeed the highest honour that the City can bestow. The Engagement and Remonstrance of the City of London  England's Appeal to the Parliament at Oxford, March 21st.
/1 to the Apprentices of the Honourable City of London () A Letter on the Subject of the Succession () our right worthy and grave Senatours The most humble Petition and Address of divers Young Men [ Cited by: 9.
Buy A remonstrance, or, The declaration of the Lords and Commons now assembled in Parliament the 26 of May, in answer to a declaration under His sent in a message to both Houses, () by England and Wales. Parliament (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : England and Wales.
Parliament. A remonstrance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, or, The reply of both Houses to a printed book under His Majesties name called, His Majesties answer to a printed book entituled A remonstrance.
by Great Britain. Parliament; Charles I, King of England, Pages: The grand remonstrance: With the petition accompanying it: presented to King Charles I, December 1, (Old South leaflets: [general series]) [Pym, John] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The grand remonstrance: With the petition accompanying it: presented to King Charles I, December 1, (Old South leaflets: [general series])Author: John Pym.
Two counter petitions were therefore framed and delivered under the names of those of the young men and apprentices of London. The government of the city was however in the hands of Presbyterians, therefore when the parliament issued their ordinance for chusing a new committee of the militia to provide for the security of the city; none were.
Of more practical importance was a tract appealing to the army to avenge the blood of the late mutineers, which Lilburne personally distributed to some of the soldiers quartered in London (An Outcry of the Young Men and Apprentices of London, addressed to the Private Soldiers of the Army).
Its immediate result was the mutiny of Ingoldsby's. The freedom: The past and present of the livery, guilds, and city of London [Hope, Valerie] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The freedom: The past and present of the livery, guilds, and city of LondonCited by: 1. The Guild aims to promote the City and Livery to young people in the hope of introducing our members to a Livery that they may wish to join, resulting in no fewer than Young Freemen progressing on to become Livery Masters, Clerks, and even Lord Mayor.
Bands and Auxiliaries, Young Men and Apprentices of the Cities of London and Westminster, Sea-Commanders, Seamen, and Watermen, &c. &c.," all pledged by oath to an upholding of the Covenant and the furthering of a Personal Treaty between King and Parliament, without interference from the Army.
Samuel Chidley (–c. ) was an English Puritan activist and controversialist. A radical separatist in London before and during the English Civil War, he became a leading Leveller, a treasurer of the movement.A public servant and land speculator under the Commonwealth and Protectorate, he became rich and campaigned for social, moral and financial :Shrewsbury.
CHAPTER FOUR. Grand Remonstrance. I can tell you, Sirs, what I would not have; tho’ I cannot what I would. Cromwell in conversation in If the definition of an agitator is one who moves, shakes, disturbs and excites, then Oliver Cromwell surely acted as a political agitator in the twenty-two months from the inception of the Long Parliament to the outbreak of the Civil War.Here follows the Petition of many hundred Young-Men and Apprentices of the City, to the House of Commons, viz.
The Humble Petition of many Thousands of Young-men and Apprentices of the City of London, to the High and Honourable the Knights, Citizens, and Burgesses in the Supream Court of Parliament assembled, presented the 13th of July, years ago, 30 Quaker farmers from the Flushing, Queens area signed an appeal to the governor of New Netherland, Peter Stuyvesant, to allow them to freely practice their religion.
Stuyvesant had banned all religions outside of the Dutch Reformed Church from being practiced in the colony, which led to the persecution of Quakers, among : Kate Cordes.