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Charge of the Scottish Commissioners against Canterburie and the Lieutenant of Ireland

Scotland. Parliament.

Charge of the Scottish Commissioners against Canterburie and the Lieutenant of Ireland

Together with their Demand concerning the Sixt Article of the Treaty : Whereunto is added the Parliaments Resolution about the proportion of the Scottish charges, and the Scottish Commissioners thankfull acceptance thereof ....

by Scotland. Parliament.

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Published by Printed for Nath. Butter in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Laud, William, -- 1573-1645.,
  • Strafford, Thomas Wentworth, -- Earl of, -- 1593-1641.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesThe Charge of the Scottish Commissioners against the Lieutenant of Ireland., The Scottish Commissioners Demand concerning their sixt Article., Parliaments Resolution about the proportion of Scottish charges.
    ContributionsEngland and Wales. Parliament. House of Lords.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[i], 53 p.; 18.7cm.(4to)
    Number of Pages53
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18717256M

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Charge of the Scottish Commissioners against Canterburie and the Lieutenant of Ireland by Scotland. Parliament. Download PDF EPUB FB2

THE CHARGE OF THE SCOTTISH Commissioners against the Lieutenant of IRELAND. IN our Declarations we have joyned with Canterbury, the Lord Lieute∣nant of Ireland, whose malice hath set all his wits and power on work, to devise and doe mischiefe against our Kirke and Countrey.

The charge of the Scottish Commissioners against Canterburie and the Lieutenant of Ireland together with their demand concerning the sixt article of the treaty: whereunto is added the Parliaments resolution about the proportion of the Scottish charges and the Scottish Commissioners thankfull acceptance thereof.

The charge of the Scottish Commissioners against Canterburie and the Lieutenant of Ireland together with their demand concerning the sixt article of the treaty: whereunto is added the Parliaments resolution about the proportion of the Scottish charges and the Scottish Commissioners thankfull acceptance thereof.

Scotland. Parliament. The charge of the Scottish Commissioners against Canterburie and the Lievetenant of Ireland: together with their demand concerning the sixt article of the treaty: whereunto is added the Parliaments resolution about the proportion of the Scottish charges, and the Scottish Commissioners thankfull acceptance thereof.

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