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The humble representation of some officers of the army to the Right Honourable Lieutenant General Fleetwood, November 1, 1659 by England and Wales. Army
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  507 34 1659 1659
A collection of several letters and declarations, sent by General Monck unto the Lord Lambert, the Lord Fleetwood, and the rest of the General Council of officers in the Army . by Albemarle, George Monck, Duke of, 1608-1670
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  503 27 1660 1660
Three letters from the Lord General Monck, Commander in Chief of the forces in Scotland : and one of the commissioners by act of Parliament for the government of the army of this commonwealth viz. to Mr. Speaker, to the Lord Fleetwood, to the Lord Lambert by Albemarle, George Monck, Duke of, 1608-1670
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  478 22 1659 1659
General Monck's last letter to His Excellency the Lord Fleetwood : declaring his resolution to send Col. Wilkes, Lieut. Col. Clobery, Major Knight, by way of treaty, in order to a happy union between the two armies of England and Scotland : with two other letters from persons of honour, signifying great hopes of peace, and a prohibition of either armies proceeding any further in their march by Albemarle, George Monck, Duke of, 1608-1670
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  329 18 1659 1659
A letter from Sir Anthony Ashley Cooper, Thomas Scot, Io. Berners and Iohn Weaver, Esquiers : delivered to the Lord Fleetwood : owning their late actions in endeavouring to secure the Tower of London, and expostulating his Lordships defection from his engagement unto the Parliament by Shaftesbury, Anthony Ashley Cooper, Earl of, 1621-1683
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  297 10 1659 1659
A letter from Sir Anthony Ashley Cooper, Thomas Scot, Jo. Berners and John Weaver, Esquires : delivered to the Lord Fleetvvood : owning their late actions in endeavouring to secure the Tower of London for the better service of the city and commonwealth by Shaftesbury, Anthony Ashley Cooper, Earl of, 1621-1683
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  288 9 1659 1659
The True copys of several letters from Portsmouth : also, their several letters to ... the Lord Mayor, alderman and common-council of the city of London together with their letters from Portsmouth, to the several militia's appointed by act of Parliament, for the cities of London, Westminster and Borrough of Southwark and their answers there unto by Fleetwood, Charles, -1692 [Other]
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  285 10 1659 1659
To his Excellencie the Lord Charls Fleetwood by England and Wales. [Other]
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  265 33 1659 1659
To the supream authority, the Parliament of England, &c : The humble petition of Charles Fleetwood, Esq by Fleetwood, Charles, -1692
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  235 24 1659 1659
The Lord General Fleetwoods answer to the Humble representation of Collonel Morley, and some other late officers of the Army : wherein he declares his judgement and conscience what is the good old cause, and for a free parliament, as the onely expedient for Englands settlement : Novemb. 8. 1659 by Fleetwood, Charles, -1692
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  229 16 1659 1659
To the Right Honourable the Ld. Fleetwood, to be communicated to the officers of the army, The humble representation of divers well-affected persons of the city of Westminster and parts adjacent by Fleetwood, Charles, -1692 [Other]
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  209 14 1659 1659
The Armies dutie; or, Faithfull advice to the souldiers: : given in two letters written by severall honest men, unto the Lord Fleetwood Lieutenant-Generall of the Armie, and now published for the instruction of the whole Armie, and the good people of this Common-wealth by H. M., [Other]
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  209 13 1659 1659
Three speeches made to the Right Honorable the Lord Maior, aldermen, and Common-Council of London by Whitelocke, Bulstrode, 1605-1675
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  202 12 1659 1659
A letter to the Lord Fleetwood by Fleetwood, Charles, -1692
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  191 7 1659 1659
By the Commander in Chief of the Parliaments forces in Ireland : Whereas, the Lord in mercie hath been pleased, to bless the endevours of his poor unworthy instruments in this army, in bringing the work of war in this nation to so hopeful a period by Fleetwood, Charles, -1692
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  165 5 1652 1652
Ireland. By the Lord Deputy and Council : Whereas in December last past one commission was then issued and granted unto Iohn Santhy Esq; and others therein named, thereby authorizing them to enquire of, hear and determin the claims, rights and titles of all persons of the Irish nation that are transplantable into the province of Connaught and county of Clare . by Ireland
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  162 4 1655 1655
Ireland. By the Lord Deputy and Council : For the better destroying of wolves, which of late years have much increased in many parts of this nation . by Ireland
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  160 4 1654 1654
Ireland. By the Lord Deputy and Council : A declaration directing the officers of horse in Ireland, to provide grass and hay for the troops under their charge, for the year, 1655 by Ireland
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  159 4 1655 1655
Ireland. By the Lord Deputy and Council : A declaration, that all Irish Papists remaining within Dublin and two miles of the line about the same, after the 20 of June next, are to remove thence, and the cabbins to be pull'd down by Ireland
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  159 4 1655 1655
Ireland. By the Lord Deputy and Council : Ordered, that all persons being seized of, or that do hold any houses, lands, tenements, or other hereditaments in this nation for which they ought to pay any farm rents, fee farm rents or any other rents unto His Highness the Lord Protector . by Ireland
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  159 4 1655 1655
Ireland. By the Deputy of Ireland : Whereas in pursuance of orders and instructions confirmed by act of Parliament for transplanting Irish Papists into the province of Connaught and county of Clare, the Lord Deputy and Council did by their declaration of the 30 of November 1654 order and require . by Ireland
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  159 4 1655 1655
Ireland. By the Lord Deputy and Council : Whereas by an order of the 30 of November last, it is declared that all persons in Ireland, who having right to articles or to any favour or mercy held forth by the qualifications in the act of Parliament, entitled, an act for the settling of Ireland . by Ireland
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  159 4 1654 1654
Ireland. By the Lord Deputy and Council : A declaration concerning the fines to be imposed on the delinquent English and Brittish [sic] Protestants of Munster by Ireland
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  159 4 1655 1655
A declaration of the Lord Deputy & Council : for removing and preventing of some mistakes in government in Ireland by Ireland
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  159 4 1655 1655
Ireland. By the Lord Deputy and Council : A declaration that no transplanted person do return out of Connaught or Clare without such pass are herein mentioned by Ireland
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  159 4 1655 1655
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