The Resource The Kings Majesties most gratious message in foure letters : one of which His Majesty received from London, and three written by His Majesties own hands : the first to Col: Whaley, the second to the Lord Mountague, and the third a declaration to all His Maiesties subjects of both kingdomes; concerning his going away, with His Majesties desires to the Parliament, the army, and the kingdomes. With a perfect narrative of the manner of his Majesties going from Hampton Court, and the severall circumstances both before & after. His Majesty desires that his declaratory message may bee communicated to the Lords and Commons in the Parliament of England, at Westminster, & the commissioners of the Parliament of Scotland, and to all His Majesties subjects of what degree or calling whatsoever. Subscribed, Charles Rex. Novemb. 13. 1647. Imprimatur Gilb. Mabbott, (electronic book)

The Kings Majesties most gratious message in foure letters : one of which His Majesty received from London, and three written by His Majesties own hands : the first to Col: Whaley, the second to the Lord Mountague, and the third a declaration to all His Maiesties subjects of both kingdomes; concerning his going away, with His Majesties desires to the Parliament, the army, and the kingdomes. With a perfect narrative of the manner of his Majesties going from Hampton Court, and the severall circumstances both before & after. His Majesty desires that his declaratory message may bee communicated to the Lords and Commons in the Parliament of England, at Westminster, & the commissioners of the Parliament of Scotland, and to all His Majesties subjects of what degree or calling whatsoever. Subscribed, Charles Rex. Novemb. 13. 1647. Imprimatur Gilb. Mabbott, (electronic book)

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The Kings Majesties most gratious message in foure letters : one of which His Majesty received from London, and three written by His Majesties own hands : the first to Col: Whaley, the second to the Lord Mountague, and the third a declaration to all His Maiesties subjects of both kingdomes; concerning his going away, with His Majesties desires to the Parliament, the army, and the kingdomes. With a perfect narrative of the manner of his Majesties going from Hampton Court, and the severall circumstances both before & after. His Majesty desires that his declaratory message may bee communicated to the Lords and Commons in the Parliament of England, at Westminster, & the commissioners of the Parliament of Scotland, and to all His Majesties subjects of what degree or calling whatsoever. Subscribed, Charles Rex. Novemb. 13. 1647. Imprimatur Gilb. Mabbott
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The Kings Majesties most gratious message in foure letters
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one of which His Majesty received from London, and three written by His Majesties own hands : the first to Col: Whaley, the second to the Lord Mountague, and the third a declaration to all His Maiesties subjects of both kingdomes; concerning his going away, with His Majesties desires to the Parliament, the army, and the kingdomes. With a perfect narrative of the manner of his Majesties going from Hampton Court, and the severall circumstances both before & after. His Majesty desires that his declaratory message may bee communicated to the Lords and Commons in the Parliament of England, at Westminster, & the commissioners of the Parliament of Scotland, and to all His Majesties subjects of what degree or calling whatsoever. Subscribed, Charles Rex. Novemb. 13. 1647. Imprimatur Gilb. Mabbott
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Cu-RivES
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  • C2510
  • E.414[10]
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  • Wing (2nd ed., 1994)
  • Thomason
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England and Wales
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-1675?
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  • E. R
  • Whalley, Edward
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  • Charles
  • Great Britain
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The Kings Majesties most gratious message in foure letters : one of which His Majesty received from London, and three written by His Majesties own hands : the first to Col: Whaley, the second to the Lord Mountague, and the third a declaration to all His Maiesties subjects of both kingdomes; concerning his going away, with His Majesties desires to the Parliament, the army, and the kingdomes. With a perfect narrative of the manner of his Majesties going from Hampton Court, and the severall circumstances both before & after. His Majesty desires that his declaratory message may bee communicated to the Lords and Commons in the Parliament of England, at Westminster, & the commissioners of the Parliament of Scotland, and to all His Majesties subjects of what degree or calling whatsoever. Subscribed, Charles Rex. Novemb. 13. 1647. Imprimatur Gilb. Mabbott, (electronic book)
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  • With portrait of Charles I on frontispiece
  • A prefatory letter is signed: Edward Helaw, which is a pseudonym for Edward Whalley; the letter from London is signed: E.R
  • Dated at end: the 11. of Novem. 1647
  • Imperfect: print show-through
  • Annotation on Thomason copy: "Nou. 13. 1647"
  • Reproduction of the original in the British Library
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99863993
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[2], 6 p.
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The Kings Majesties most gratious message in foure letters : one of which His Majesty received from London, and three written by His Majesties own hands : the first to Col: Whaley, the second to the Lord Mountague, and the third a declaration to all His Maiesties subjects of both kingdomes; concerning his going away, with His Majesties desires to the Parliament, the army, and the kingdomes. With a perfect narrative of the manner of his Majesties going from Hampton Court, and the severall circumstances both before & after. His Majesty desires that his declaratory message may bee communicated to the Lords and Commons in the Parliament of England, at Westminster, & the commissioners of the Parliament of Scotland, and to all His Majesties subjects of what degree or calling whatsoever. Subscribed, Charles Rex. Novemb. 13. 1647. Imprimatur Gilb. Mabbott, (electronic book)
Publication
Note
  • With portrait of Charles I on frontispiece
  • A prefatory letter is signed: Edward Helaw, which is a pseudonym for Edward Whalley; the letter from London is signed: E.R
  • Dated at end: the 11. of Novem. 1647
  • Imperfect: print show-through
  • Annotation on Thomason copy: "Nou. 13. 1647"
  • Reproduction of the original in the British Library
Antecedent source
file reproduced from microform
Color
black and white
Control code
99863993
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
[2], 6 p.
File format
one file format
Form of item
electronic
Level of compression
lossless
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
cl0051000002
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote

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