1 edition of Humble petition of many thousand citizens and inhabitants in and about the City of London found in the catalog.
Humble petition of many thousand citizens and inhabitants in and about the City of London
by printed for Livewell Chapman at the Crown in Popes-head-alley in London
Written in English
|Contributions||Chapman, Livewell, fl. 1651-1665, publisher., Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons.|
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Get this from a library. To the Right Honourable Sir Patient Ward, Knight, Lord Mayor of the City of London, and to the right worshipfull the Aldermen his brethren: The humble petition of us whose names are here subscribed, and of many thousands the most eminent citizens and inhabitants of the City of London: His Majesties loyal subjects.
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The Distress of many thousand People, wantonly deprived of the Necessaries of Life, is a Subject, on which we would not wish to enlarge. Yet, we cannot but observe, that a British Fleet (unjustified even by Acts of your Legislature) are daily employed in ruining our Commerce, seizing our Ships, and depriving whole Communities of their daily Bread.
The humble Petition of divers well-affected people in and about the City of LONDON ("That as the authority of this Honorable House is intrusted by the people for remedy of their grievances") To the Right Honourable the Commons of England Assembled in Parliament.
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Most gracious Sovereign, Because of the duty and obedience which we owe to your sacred Majesty, we humbly present to your. More than years ago a cataclysmic flu pandemic swept across the globe, and Nottinghamshire was changed forever.
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National Emergency Library. Top American Libraries. Main Article Primary Sources (1) Richard Overton, A Remonstrance of Many Thousand Citizens (July, ) We are well assured, yet cannot forget, that the cause of our choosing you to be Parliament men, was to deliver us from all kind of Bondage, and to preserve the Commonwealth in Peace and Happiness: For effecting whereof, we possessed you with the same power that was in ourselves, to have.
One called The earnest petition of many free-born people of this Kingdom: another, The mournfull cries of many thousand poor tradesmen, who are ready to famish for want of bread, or, The warning tears of the oppressed. Also a letter sent to Kent. Likewise a true relation of Mr. Masterson's, minister of Shoreditch, signed with his owne hand.
Samuel Chidley (–c. ) was an English Puritan activist and controversialist. A radical separatist in London before and during the English Civil War, he became a leading Leveller, a treasurer of the movement.A public servant and land speculator under the Commonwealth and Protectorate, he became rich and campaigned for social, moral and financial reform.
FRANKLIN, Benjamin (). AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED ('B. FRANKLIN') TO LORD KAMES ('My dear Lord'), London, 2 Junedescribing at length his voyage back to America in and his arrival and reception in Philadelphia, 'I had been chosen yearly during my absence to represent the City of Philadelphia in our Provincial Assembly, and on my Appearance in the House they voted me ¨The humble Petition of divers well-affected Citizens ("THat as the oppressions of this Nation, in times fore-going this Parliament were so numerous and burthensome") TO THE RIGHT HONOVRABLE THE COMMONS OF ENGland assembled in Parliament.
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