2 edition of A letter from the commissioners of the militia of Westminster, and parts adjacent found in the catalog.
A letter from the commissioners of the militia of Westminster, and parts adjacent
|Genre||Early works to 1800|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 2408:6|
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|Pagination||1 sheet ( p.)|
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A letter from the commissioners of the militia of Westminster, and parts adjacent: directed and delivered to Lievtenant General Fleetwood, to be communicated to the council of officers: as also a resolve of the said commissioners, in answer to a letter directed to them, from the pretended committee of safety.
Full text of "The history and antiquities of London, Westminster, Southwark and parts adjacent" See other formats. An act enabling the militia of the City of London to raise horse vvithin the said city and liberties for defence of the Parliament, City of London, and liberties thereof, and the parts adjacent.
(London: Printed by Richard Cotes, ), by England and Wales. Book 1, Ch. ; Book 1, Ch. Orders were issued to keep the trained bands in readiness, to array the militia of Westminster, and instructions to the same effect were sent to all the lords lieutenants of the counties throughout the kingdom.
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([London]: [Printed by John Field, Printer to the Parliament of England], ), also by Henry Scobell and John Field (page images at HathiTrust). A Lettre from the Commissioners of the Militia of Westminster and partes adjacent, directed and delivered to Lt.
Gen. Fleetwood, to bee communicated to the Councill of Officers: As also a resolve of the said Commissioners in answer to a letter directed to them from the pretended Committee of Safetie.
The Committee of the Militia of the City of London and parts adjacent within the lines of communication and parishes within the weekly bils of mortality having taken knowledge that many persons within the limits aforesaid (out of a pious zeale and good affection to the publique cause) have of late freely and voluntarily subscribed divers summes.
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CHAP. XII. From the commencement of the civil war, to the execution of Charles I. So well affected were the citizens of London toward the cause of the parliament, that no less than of them enlisted under the earl of Essex in one day ; the parliament committed the lord-mayor Sir Richard Gournay to the Tower, and preferred articles of impeachment against him, for causing his majesty's.
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DUBLIN IN ANCIENT TIMES.