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From the Committee of Sequestrations, sitting at Cambden House in Mayden Lane, London by England and Wales. Parliament. Committee for Sequestration of Delinquents' Estates
LCC
  318 16 1643 1643
Priced list of delinquents' books sold (27 libraries) by England and Wales. Parliament. Committee for Sequestration of Delinquents' Estates
LCC
  1 1 1643 1643
To the right honorable the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament : The humble petition and remonstrance of Edmund Scotten, James Whinnell, Luke Voyce, Joseph Cole, Richard Ponsonby, John Write, and John Taylour, additionall committees for Sequestration of the Estates of Papists and other delinquents for the North part of Cambridgeshire and the Isle of Ely. As also a true coppy of a printed paper set upon posts in the market places of Ely, Wishbeech, &c. to disgrace your petitioners. With reasons and answers thereunto plainely shewing that that [sic] printed-paper cannot possibly be that Noble Earles Act whose name it beareth but some other evill and malicious persons who at once have abused the Parliament, his Lordship and wronged your petitioners. And likewise two orders made by the honourable, the Committees of Lords and Commons for Sequestration
LCC
  158 4 1644 1644
8. Septembr. 1645. An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, for taking away the fifth part of delinquent estates : formerly granted by an ordinance of Parliament for maintaining of the vvives and children of delinquents by England and Wales. Parliament
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  201 13 1645 1645
Die Martis, Aug. 27. 1644 : It is this day ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that Master Speaker shall have power to grant passes to such as shall desire to come in . by England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons
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  229 15 1645 1645
Die Martis 10 Novemb. 1646. Resolved, &c. that the Committee of Sequestrations in the severall counties, do returne to the committee at Goldsmiths-Hall, all the names of papists and delinquents which are, or have been sequestered by them respectively in their severall counties; . by England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons
LCC
  205 11 1646 1646
Die Jovis, 3 September. 1646. Ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that it be referred to the committee at Gold-smiths Hall to compound with all such delinquents as have come in upon mercy sithence the first day of May last . by England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons
LCC
  207 10 1646 1646
A declaration of the Lords in Parliament assembled : concerning the committee sitting at Goldsmiths Hall for composition of delinquents estates. Die Lun 1 Februarii 1646 by England and Wales. Parliament. House of Lords
LCC
  205 14 1646 1647
Die Lun©Œ 8 Februarii 1646 : Whereas the Lords in Parliament assembled, did upon the first of this instant February order, that a declaration should be printed and published . by England and Wales. Parliament. House of Lords
LCC
  2 2 1646 1647
Die Martis, 8 Decemb. 1646 : Resolved, &c. That no committee-man, sequestrator, collector, or other officer imployed in the Sequestration in the severall respective counties where he is a committee-man . by England and Wales Parliament House of Commons
LCC
  202 6 1646 1646
Die Lunæ 8 Februarii 1646 : Whereas the Lords in Parliament assembled, did upon the first of this instant February order, that a declaration should be printed and published, wherein amongst other things it was declared that the committees of the severall counties of England and dominion of Wales ought not to obey any order for the taking off or suspending any sequestrations untill a committee or commissioners for that purpose should be setled by ordidinance [sic] of Parliament . by England and Wales. Parliament. House of Lords
LCC
  7 6 1646 1647
Die Lunæ 8 Februarii 1646 : Whereas the Lords in Parliament assembled, did upon the first of this instant February order, that a declaration should be printed and published, wherein amongst other things it was declared that the committees of the severall counties of England and dominion of Wales ought not to obey any order for the taking off or suspending any sequestrations untill a committee or commissioners for that purpose should be setled by ordidinance [sic] of Parliament . by England and Wales. Parliament. House of Lords
LCC
  540 28 1646 1974
Die Lunæ 1 Februarii 1646. Whereas divers delinquents have formerly and still doe addresse themselves unto some persons sitting at Goldsmiths Hall and there have and doe dayly enter into agreements for the taking off such sequestrations as are duly laid upon them by ordinance of Parliament . by England and Wales. Parliament. House of Lords
LCC
  290 14 1647 1647
Die Sabbathi, 8 Julii, 1648 : Be it ordained, and it is hereby ordained by the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, that John Bradshaw, Richard Shuttleworth, Thomas Birch and Robert Hide in the county of Lancaster Esquires, Edmond Warden and Peter Edge in the said county gent. be, and are hereby added to the Committee of Sequestrations in the county of Westmorland . by England and Wales. Parliament
LCC
  158 4 1648 1648
Instructions for the committee for sequestration of delinquent estates by England and Wales. Parliament
LCC
  176 6 1649 1649
Severall votes and orders of the House of Parliament by England and Wales. Parliament
LCC
  220 19 1649 1649
Die Mercurii, 25 Julii, 1649. Resolved upon the question by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that the tenants of sequestred estates who are to retain their rents in their hands till the first of August next, shall continue their rents for such estate in their hands till the first of September . by England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons
LCC
  211 13 1649 1649
Musgraves musle broken, or Truth pleading against falshood : being a just defence and answer to two papers read by Sir Arthur Haslerig: set forth in a letter written to Mr. Moyer, one of the commissioners for compounding. Wherein is discovered how the common-wealth is abused by sub-cummissioners for sequestrations, and a revenue of 13000 l. per annum brought into the state, upon the discovery and charge of John Musgrave by Musgrave, John, active 1654
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  201 13 1650 1651
Musgrave muzl'd: or the mouth of iniquitie stoped : Being a true and cleer vindication of Sir Arthur Hazelrige from a false and scandalous accusation of John Musgrave, in his late pamphlet intituled, A true and exact relation of the great and heavie pressurs and grievances the well-affected of the Northern bordering counties lye under by Sir A.H. misgovernment. With a true but not exact character of the said Musgrave in some discoveries of him by Price, John, [Attributed name; Author; Other]
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  198 11 1651 1651
To the Parliament of the Common-wealth of England, Scotland and Ireland by Jones, Nathaniel, of Bridgewater
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  208 13 1654 1654
To the High Court of Parliament, of the Common-wealth of England, Scotland, & Ireland : The humble petition of Katherine Stone, widdow, and Henry Stone, her son by Stone, Katherine, active 1654
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  202 11 1654 1654
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