4 edition of His Majesties message to the Lords and Commons in Parliament, Sept. 5 found in the catalog.
His Majesties message to the Lords and Commons in Parliament, Sept. 5
1967 by Printed by L. N.and J. F. for E. Husbands and J. Franck ... in London .
Written in English
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 247:E.116, no. 12|
|Contributions||Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649, England and Wales. Parliament|
|The Physical Object|
Remonstrance of the regiment of the late Col. Thus, the Speaker is far more powerful than his or her Lords counterpart, the Lord Speakerwho has no disciplinary powers. The term "Member of Parliament" by modern convention means a member of the House of Commons. Or a Plea made by Lievt. And therefore the House of Commons, abundantly satisfied in their own Consciences and Judgments of the truth thereof, though with deep sorrow and amazement cannot but declare to the World, That by all these concurring Circumstances and convincing Proofs, to which nothing can be added, save a witness, to confess that he was present at the making of the Bargain, which no Man will expect in a Conspiracy of this horrid and high importance that this unheard of and monstrous Rebellion of Ireland, was projected, incited, and assisted, by those Councils now only prevalent with his Majesty.
Andrew with his crosse on his brest y unto pendent. Sacrament not to be administred for a year Monroe marching the nearest way to Tweed, almost forgot his Plunder. The second that no souldier shall depart from his quarters without leave. Newcastle Letters say, Scots are come over Tweed.
It may not be used in any way for profit. Old Leven possess'd of Edinburgh-Castle. Collapsible top hats were kept in the Chamber just for this purpose. Blagge of his Majesties Bedchamber Mr. That those Persons that advised his Majesty to absent himselfe from the Parliament, are Enemies to the peace of the Kingdome; and justly to be suspected to be favourers of the Rebellion in Ireland.
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For the preventing of which Mischiefs and Inconveniences, it is Ordered and Ordained by the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, That from henceforth no Ship, Bark, or other Vessel, do bring, convey or transport any Person or Persons what so ever, out of the Kingdom of Ireland into this Kingdom of England, or Dominion of Wales, except Merchants, and such as shall come upon special Business to the Parliament, either from the Lords Justices of Ireland, or from some chief Commander in the English or Scottish Armies there, or that have License to be Transported from thence hither by both Houses of Parliament upon the Penalty of Forseiure of such Ship, Bark, or other Vessel, with her Tackle and Furniture, in which any such Person or Persons shall be so brought over or transported.
Prime Minister's Questions occur weekly, normally for half an hour each Wednesday. That it was brought over by the Marquis of Ormond's own Secretary, who was sent very secretly to Oxford a little before.
These persons have conspired together to ruin this Parliament, which alone hath set a stop to that Violence so long intended, and often attempted for the alteration of Religion, and subversion of the Laws and Liberties of the Kingdom… When they conceived the way to be sufficiently prepared, they at last resolved to put on their Masterpiece in Scotland where the same method had been followed and more boldly to unmask themselves, in imposing upon them a Popish Service-Book: For well they knew the same Fate attended both Kingdoms, and Religion could not be altered in the one without the other.
Since the Government has lost confidence motions three times — twice inand once in Also, the oath taken by the inhabitants of Exeter. Inwomen over 30 who owned property were given the right to vote, as were men over 21 who did not own property, quickly followed by the passage of a law enabling women to be eligible for election as members of parliament at the younger age of Thus, the Speaker is far more powerful than his or her Lords counterpart, the Lord Speakerwho has no disciplinary powers.
Benches were arranged using the configuration of the chapel's choir stalls whereby they were facing across from one another. However, the threat of rebellions by their own party's backbench MPs often forces governments to make concessions under the Coalition, over foundation hospitals and under Labour over top-up fees and compensation for failed company pension schemes.
That the Kings absence to farr remote from his Parliament, is not onely an obstruction, but many be a distraction to the affaires of Ireland. A Petition was this day delivered to the Commons, Intituled, An humble Petition of Thousands of well-affected, dwelling in and about London; giving the House many Reasons why they first assisted them in this War with their Persons and Purses; and let them know, they expected other Ways from them than a Treaty, and such other things as they find insisted upon, and that they would have proceeded upon, and perfected such as they after mentioned, which are Lilburn and M.
To fulfil these aims, it is permitted to hold hearings and collect evidence. Thus the Parliament Act came into effect, destroying the legislative equality of the two Houses of Parliament.
That about this time a Commission was sent over, to meet with the Rebels, and to hear what they Could say, or propound for.
Major Rolfe discharged. That it appears that the King seduced by wicked Councell intends to make warre against the Parliament, who in all their consultations and actions have proposed no other end unto themselves, but the care of his Kingdome, and the performance of all duty loyalty to His Person.
Gouge; and before the Commons at St. A member who believes that a rule or Standing Order has been breached may raise a "point of order", on which the Speaker makes a ruling that is not subject to any appeal. The presiding officer then announces the result of the voice vote, but if his or her assessment is challenged by any member or the voice vote is unclear, a recorded vote known as a division follows.
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MY LORDS, AND GENTLEMEN 'OF' THE HOUSE OF COMMONS, I meet you here in this capacity by the Advice and Petition of this present Parliament. After so much expense of blood and treasure, 'we are now' to search and try what blessings God hath in store for these Nations.
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