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The triall and examination of the Lord Major of London : on Munday last, being the second of this instant Aprill, 1649. at the Bar of the House of Commons with His Lordships speech, concerning the Kingly office ; and the censure, resolution, and votes of the Parliament, touching his contempt, their fining of him 2000.li. His body to be committed prisoner to the Tower of London, and to be degraded of Mayoralty. Also, the Princes message and proposals to the Parliament of Scotland, in answer to the letter sent by their commissioners ; and the resolution of the estates at Edenburgh, concerning his Highnesse, to be sent to the Parliament of England. Likewise the proclaiming of a new Act, the rising of 5000 gourdons in the North, and their surrounding of Lieut. Gen. Lesley, and the Parliaments forces, and declaring for Charles the second by Reynardson, Abraham, Sir, 1590-1661
LCC
  180 10 1649 1649
The vindication of Abraham Reinaldson, late Lord Major of the City of London : With certaine queryes of conscience resolved, concerning his refusing to obey a late order of Parliament, for the proclaiming an unjust act for abolishing the kingly office in England and Ireland. For which supposed contempt, he was unjustly fined 2000l. by the House of Commons, degraded of his Maioralty, and committed prisoner to the Tower of London, Aprill 2. 1648 by Reynardson, Abraham, Sir, 1590-1661
DDC/LCC
  179 9 1649 1649
Parliamentary papers : consisting of a complete collection of Kings speeches ... from the Restoration in 1660 to the dissolution of the last Parliament in May, 1796 ... collection of the Lords protests, 1242 to 1796, standing orders of the House of Lords ... rules and standing orders of the House of Commons, list of the Speakers of the House of Commons, from the earliest account to the present time by Great Britain. Sovereign
LCC
  2 2 1797 1797
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