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By the King, a proclamation for dissolving this present Parliament
England and Wales. Sovereign (1685-1688 : James II).
by Printed by Charles Bill, Henry Hills, and Thomas Newcomb ... in London
Written in English
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 742:51|
|Contributions||James II, King of England, 1633-1701|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet ( p.)|
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By the King. A proclamation declaring his Maiesties pleasure concerning the dissoluing of the present conuention of Parliament. Author/Creator: England and Wales. Sovereign ( James I) Other Title: Proclamation declaring his Majesties pleasure concerning the dissolving of the present convention of Parliament.
Publication. Get this from a library. By the King. A proclamation for dissolving this present Parliament. [James, King of England; England and Wales.
Sovereign ( James II)]. Get this from a library. By the King. A proclamation for dissolving this present Parliament, and declaring the speedy calling another. [William, King of England; England and Wales.
Sovereign ( William III)]. A proclamation for dissolving this present Parliament and declaring the speedy calling another. Author: William, King of England ; Mary, Queen of England ; England and Wales.
By the King. A Proclamation signifying his Majesty's pleasure for dissolving the Parliament. [Westminster 31 December ] By the King. A Proclamation for the British Undertakers to repair into Ireland.
[Royston 13 April ] By the King. "WHEREAS We have thought fit, by and with the Advice of Our Privy Council, to dissolve this present Parliament, which now stands prorogued to Thursday the Thirteenth Day of this Instant January; We do, for that End, publish this Our Royal Proclamation, and do hereby dissolve the said Parliament accordingly: And the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and the Knights, Citizens, and Burgesses, and Commissioners for Shires.
By the King, a proclamation for dissolving this present Parliament and declaring the speedy calling another By England and Wales. Sovereign ( William III) and A proclamation declaring his Maiesties pleasure concerning the dissoluing of the present conuention of parliament.
James I, King of England, Publication date. Publisher. at London: Imprinted by Bonham Norton and Iohn Bill, printers to the Kings most excellent Maiestie. Collection. A proclamation declaring His Majesties pleasure concerning the dissolving of the present convention of Parliament.
Author: James, King of England ; England and Wales. Charles II, King of England, By the King. A proclamation for dissolving this present Parliament and declaring the speedy calling of a new one. (London: Printed by John Bill, Thomas Newcomb, and Henry Hills, Printers to the Kings most Excellent Majesty, ), also by England and Wales.
Sovereign ( Charles II) (HTML at. A proclamation for dissolving this present Parliament and declaring the speedy calling another Modern World: Other Authors: William III, King of England,Mary II, Queen of England, Format: Online Book: Language: English: a By the King and Queen.
A proclamation for dissolving this present Parliament and declaring. By the King. A Proclamation about the dissolving of the Parliament. [Whitehall 2 March ] By the King. A second Proclamation for the apprehension of Richard Smith, a Popish Priest, stiled, and calling himselfe, The Bishop of Calcedon.
[Whitehall 24 March ] By the King. A Proclamation for suppressing of false Rumours touching. James I, King of England, Title: A Proclamation Declaring His Maiesties Pleasure Concerning the Dissoluing of the Present Conuention of Parliament Alternate Title: A Proclamation Declaring His Majesties Pleasure Concerning the Dissolving of the Present Convention of Parliament Language: English: LoC Class.
Sudoc Catalogue:: Livre / BookBy the King. A proclamation for dissolving this present Parliament [Ressource électronique]. According to the Romanian Constitution, voted in and revised inthe President may dissolve the Parliament only if the Parliament rejects two consecutive candidates proposed by the President for the function of Prime Minister.
Both houses can be dissolved. No dissolution of the Parliament has taken place in Romania since Russia. A Proclamation by the King - By the King A PROCLAMATION FOR SUPPRESSING REBELLION AND SEDITION GEORGE R.
WHEREAS many of Our Subjects in divers Parts of our Colonies and Plantations in North America, misled by dangerous and ill designing men, and forgetting the Allegiance which they owe to the power that has protected and supported them. Full titles read: "BY THE KING A PROCLAMATION. - City workers hear the City Remembrancer - according to ancient custom - from steps of the Royal Exchange, read Royal Proclamation, dissolving Parliament." L/S of the Remembrancer (he wears a wig and traditional regal costume) walking with Policeman in a very wet looking London Street.
By the King. A proclamation declaring the Parliament shall be prorogued until the first day of October next: By the King. A proclamation for dissolving this present Parliament, and declaring the speedy calling of a new one: By the King. A proclamation for publishing the peace between His Majesty and the States General of the United Netherlands.
A Declaration of the Parliament of England, Expressing the Grounds of Their Late Proceedings, and of Setling the Present Government in the Way of a Free State (). Editor's Introduction. Charles Stuart, king of England, was executed on 30 January The kingdom was left without a ruler.
The King is a tyrant, because he keeps standing armies in the colonies during a time of peace, makes the military power superior to the civil government, and forces the colonists to support the military presence through increased taxes. Abuses 13 through 22 describe the involvement of parliament in destroying the colonists' right to self-rule.
Article 70 (5) (a) of the Sri Lankan Constitution states: “A Proclamation dissolving Parliament shall fix a date or dates for the election of Members of Parliament, and shall summon the new Parliament to meet on a date not later than three months after the date of such Proclamation.” Ibid.
p. James I, the first king to reign in both England and Scotland, faced many difficulties with the Parliament of recent studies have shown that the Parliament of Scotland may have been more of a thorn in his side than was previously believed,  James developed his political philosophy of the relationship between monarch and parliament in Scotland and never.(1) The President may, from time to time, by Proclamation summon, prorogue and dissolve Parliament: Provided that - (a) subject to the provisions of sub-paragraph (d), when a General Election has been held consequent upon a dissolution of Parliament by the President, the President shall not thereafter dissolve Parliament until the.