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Proclamation declaring His Maiesties Royall pleasure touching the English souldiers late imployed at sea in his seruice and now discharged   1628 1
Proclamation declaring His Majesties express-command, that no popish recusant, nor any other, who shall refuse to take the two Oathes of Allegiance and Supremacy, shall serve him in his army.   1642 1
Proclamation declaring His Majesties expresse command, that no Popish recusant, nor any other, who shall refuse to take the two Oathes of Allegiance and Supremacie, shall serve him in his army   2
Proclamation declaring His Majesties further pleasure for matter of buildings   1619 1
Proclamation declaring His Majesties grace and favour toward all commanders and seamen.   1662 1
Proclamation declaring His Majesties grace and favour towards all commanders and seamen in relation to prizes and prize-goods, seized and taken since the month of January 1642. until the twenty ninth of May, 1660   1662 1
Proclamation declaring His Majesties grace to his subjects for their reliefe against publique grievances   1623 1
Proclamation declaring His majesties grace to his subjects, touching matters complained of, as publique greevances   1621 1
Proclamation declaring His Majesties grace to the mariners and sea-men.   1643 1
Proclamation declaring His Majesties gracious pardon to such of the late mutiners at Farringdon   1640 1
Proclamation declaring His Majesties gratious pleasure touching sundry grants, licences, and commissions, obtained upon untrue surmises.   2
Proclamation declaring His Majesties pleasure concerning Sir Walter Rawleigh, and those who adventured with him.   1618 1
Proclamation declaring his Majesties pleasure concerning the dissolving of the present convention of Parliament   2
Proclamation declaring His Majesties pleasure, concerning the forfeitures of recusants in the northerne parts of this kingdome   1627 1
Proclamation declaring His Majesties pleasure, in the incorporating of the tradesmen and artificers, inhabiting within three miles of the citie of London   1637 1
Proclamation declaring his Majesties pleasure to continue his commission and letters patents for licensing retailors of tobacco   1639 1
Proclamation declaring His Majesties pleasure to settle and establish a free port at his city of Tanger in Africa.   2
Proclamation declaring His Majesties pleasure touching an office in London, for reformation of abuses in the dying of silks   1639 1
Proclamation declaring His Majesties pleasure touching his royal coronation   1685 1
Proclamation, declaring his Majesties pleasure touching His royal coronation, and the solemnity thereof.   6
Proclamation declaring His Majesties pleasure touching orders to be observed for prevention of dispersing the plague   1636 1
Proclamation declaring His Majesties resolution for settling a speedy peace by a good accommodation, and an invitation to all his loyall subjects to joyne together for his assistance therein.   2
Proclamation declaring his Majesties royall grace and pleasure, to confirme to his subiects their defective titles, estates, and possessions   1630 1
Proclamation declaring His Majesties royall grace, and pleasure, to confirme to his subjects their defective titles, estates, and possessions   1628 1
Proclamation declaring His Majesties royall grace, to confirme to his subjects of the realme of Ireland, their defective titles   1631 1
Proclamation declaring His Majesties royall grace, to confirme to his subjects their defective titles or estates   1619 1
Proclamation declaring His Majesties royall pleasure and command, for putting the lawes and statutes made against Jesuites, priests, and popish recusants, in due execution   1628 1
Proclamation declaring His Majesties royall pleasure touching the English souldiers late imployed at sea in his service, and now discharged   1628 1
Proclamation declaring His Majesty's pleasure touching his royal coronation, and the solemnity thereof   1685 1
A proclamation declaring Mr. Richard Cameron, and others, rebels and traitors, &c.   3
A proclamation declaring old un-clipt merk-pieces, and broad un-clipt English money to be currant. / [electronic resource] :  1696 1
[A proclamation declaring our purpose] / [electronic resource]  1642 1
Proclamation declaring that after the first day of August next   1655 1
Proclamation declaring that after the first day of August next, no further use be made of any letters of marque, or reprisal, granting unto any private person   1655 1
Proclamation declaring that the proceedings of His Maiesties ecclesiasticall courts and ministers, are according to the lawes of the realme   1637 1
Proclamation declaring that the proceedings of His Majesties ecclesiasticall courts and ministers are according to the lavves of the realme.   1637 1
Proclamation declaring the cessation of hostility and preserving an entire amity between His Majesty and the King of Spain.   3
Proclamation declaring the confirmation of the treaties and continuance of the amity and commerce between the crowns of England and Portugal.   2
Proclamation declaring the continuance of justices, sheriffs, and other officers   2
Proclamation declaring the insurrection at an end / by Andrew Johnson.  199-? 1
Proclamation declaring the Kings Maiesties royall pleasure touching the inhabitants of Algier, Tunis, Sallie, and Tituan, in the parts of Africa   1628 1
Proclamation declaring the Kings Majesties royall pleasure touching the inhabitants of Algier, Tunis, Sallie, and Tituan, in the parts of Africa   1628 1
Proclamation declaring the Kings royall pleasure for the assembling of the Parliament.   2
Proclamation declaring the letters of mart formerly granted to George Carew Esq., to be recalled.   2
Proclamation declaring the Parliament shall be prorogued.   3
Proclamation declaring the Parliament shall be prorogued until the first day of October next.   2
Proclamation declaring the Parliament shall be prorogued until the five and twentieth day of October next.   1694 1
Proclamation declaring the Parliament shall be prorogued until the fourteenth day of June next   1692 1
Proclamation declaring the Parliament shall be prorogued until the thirtieth of October next.   2
Proclamation declaring the Parliament shall be prorogued until the twenty eighth day of July next. Tho. Cantuar. J. Sommers C.S. Pembroke C.P.S. Devonshire. Shrewsbury. Dorset. Godolphin. Whereas this present Parliament stands prorogued to the sixtee   2
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