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Proclamations -- Great Britain -- 17th century. : By the King. A proclamation for calling home such of His Majesties subjects as are now imployed either by sea, or land in the services of the Emperor, the King of Spaine, or the Archduchies.
Proclamations -- Great Britain -- Bibliography -- Catalogs. : A Compleat catalogue of all the stitch'd books and single sheets printed since the first discovery of the popish plot (September 1678) to January 1679/80 : to which is added a catalogue of all His Majesties proclamations, speeches, and declarations with the orders of the King and Council and what acts of Parliament have been published since the plot : the continuation is intended by the publisher.
London (England) -- Proclamations -- Early works to 1800. : At the Court at Whitehall, April the seventh, 1680 : Present, the Kings most Excellent Majesty, His Highness Prince Rupert Lord Archbishop of Canterbury Lord Chancellor Lord President Lord Privy Seal Duke of Albemarle Marquess of Winchester Marquess of Worcester Earl of Sunderland Earl of Bridgewater Earl of Essex Mr. Hyde Mr. Finch Mr. Secretary Coventry Lord Chief Justice North Mr. Chancellor of the Exchequer Sir Leolyne Jenkins Mr. Godolphin. For the preventing tumultuous disorders which may happen hereafter upon pretence of assembling to make bonfires ... .
Proclus, ca. 410-485. : Procli Diadochi Tria Opuscula [electronic resource] : de Providentia, Libertate, Malo : Latine Guilelmo de Moerbeka Vertente et Graece Ex Isaacii Sebastocratoris Aliorumque Scriptis Collecta / [ed. H. Boese].
Proclus, ca. 390-ca. 446. : Proclus of Constantinople and the cult of the Virgin in late antiquity [electronic resource] : homilies 1-5, texts and translations / by Nicholas Constas.
Procter, Richard -- Trials, litigation, etc. : A report of the proceedings in an action brought by the Rev. John Herdman, M.D. & A.M. against the Rev. Richard Procter, A.M. curate of Lesbury, for slander [electronic resource] : referred by a judge's order to the determination of James Losh and Christopher Cookson, Esquires, barristers at law.