The Resource A message of the Lords and Commons of the Parliament of England, assembled at Westminster, to his Majesty, now at his court at Holmby-House; : for a firme and well grounded peace in England, and prosecution of the affaires in Ireland. Die Jovis 1647. It is this day ordered, that this message for a firm and well grounded peace for England, and for the prosecution of the affaires in Ireland, be forthwith printed and published according to order of Parliament

A message of the Lords and Commons of the Parliament of England, assembled at Westminster, to his Majesty, now at his court at Holmby-House; : for a firme and well grounded peace in England, and prosecution of the affaires in Ireland. Die Jovis 1647. It is this day ordered, that this message for a firm and well grounded peace for England, and for the prosecution of the affaires in Ireland, be forthwith printed and published according to order of Parliament

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A message of the Lords and Commons of the Parliament of England, assembled at Westminster, to his Majesty, now at his court at Holmby-House; : for a firme and well grounded peace in England, and prosecution of the affaires in Ireland. Die Jovis 1647. It is this day ordered, that this message for a firm and well grounded peace for England, and for the prosecution of the affaires in Ireland, be forthwith printed and published according to order of Parliament
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A message of the Lords and Commons of the Parliament of England, assembled at Westminster, to his Majesty, now at his court at Holmby-House;
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for a firme and well grounded peace in England, and prosecution of the affaires in Ireland. Die Jovis 1647. It is this day ordered, that this message for a firm and well grounded peace for England, and for the prosecution of the affaires in Ireland, be forthwith printed and published according to order of Parliament
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eng
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R233875
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ESTC
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non fiction
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England and Wales
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  • 1664-1736
  • active 1647
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  • Derby, James Stanley
  • Duglasse, George
  • KNOWSLEY HALL
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  • Charles
  • Great Britain
  • Ireland
  • Great Britain
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A message of the Lords and Commons of the Parliament of England, assembled at Westminster, to his Majesty, now at his court at Holmby-House; : for a firme and well grounded peace in England, and prosecution of the affaires in Ireland. Die Jovis 1647. It is this day ordered, that this message for a firm and well grounded peace for England, and for the prosecution of the affaires in Ireland, be forthwith printed and published according to order of Parliament
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  • Signatures: A4 (-A1) B4 (-B4)
  • Cf. Wing M1903A which has "March 4" in imprint and which Wing reports as "Spurious"
  • The final page is blank
Dimensions
4° (19 cm)
Extent
[2], 9, [1] pages
Ownership
  • SPEC Knows. pamph 441(19): inscription in ink in contemporary hand on front paste-down of bound volume: "Knowsley, Front Library, Cupboard 4, Shelf 1, No.12"; with "57". With possible early shelfmarks in pencil "130.D", and "No.12" also on front paste-down.
  • SPEC Knows. pamph 441(19): bookplate on title-page verso of second item in binding: "The Right Honble. James Earl of Derby Lord of Man and ye Isles. 1702".
  • SPEC Knows. pamph 445(34): inscription in ink in contemporary hand on front paste-down of bound volume: "Knowsley, Front Library, Cupbd 5, Sh. 1, No.5". With possible early shelfmarks in pencil "130.B", and "No. 17" also on front paste-down.
  • SPEC Knows. pamph 496(17): inscription in ink in contemporary hand on front paste-down of bound volume: "Knowsley, Front Library, Cupboard 5, Sh. 2, No.10"; with "57", and possible price mark, "5d" on first free endpaper recto in the same hand. With possible early shelfmarks in pencil "130.D", and "80" also on front paste-down.
  • SPEC Knows. pamph 496(17): bookplate on title-page verso of first item in binding: "The Right Honble. James Earl of Derby Lord of Man and ye Isles. 1702".
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A message of the Lords and Commons of the Parliament of England, assembled at Westminster, to his Majesty, now at his court at Holmby-House; : for a firme and well grounded peace in England, and prosecution of the affaires in Ireland. Die Jovis 1647. It is this day ordered, that this message for a firm and well grounded peace for England, and for the prosecution of the affaires in Ireland, be forthwith printed and published according to order of Parliament
Publication
Note
  • Signatures: A4 (-A1) B4 (-B4)
  • Cf. Wing M1903A which has "March 4" in imprint and which Wing reports as "Spurious"
  • The final page is blank
Dimensions
4° (19 cm)
Extent
[2], 9, [1] pages
Ownership
  • SPEC Knows. pamph 441(19): inscription in ink in contemporary hand on front paste-down of bound volume: "Knowsley, Front Library, Cupboard 4, Shelf 1, No.12"; with "57". With possible early shelfmarks in pencil "130.D", and "No.12" also on front paste-down.
  • SPEC Knows. pamph 441(19): bookplate on title-page verso of second item in binding: "The Right Honble. James Earl of Derby Lord of Man and ye Isles. 1702".
  • SPEC Knows. pamph 445(34): inscription in ink in contemporary hand on front paste-down of bound volume: "Knowsley, Front Library, Cupbd 5, Sh. 1, No.5". With possible early shelfmarks in pencil "130.B", and "No. 17" also on front paste-down.
  • SPEC Knows. pamph 496(17): inscription in ink in contemporary hand on front paste-down of bound volume: "Knowsley, Front Library, Cupboard 5, Sh. 2, No.10"; with "57", and possible price mark, "5d" on first free endpaper recto in the same hand. With possible early shelfmarks in pencil "130.D", and "80" also on front paste-down.
  • SPEC Knows. pamph 496(17): bookplate on title-page verso of first item in binding: "The Right Honble. James Earl of Derby Lord of Man and ye Isles. 1702".

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