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Three speeches spoken at a Common-Hall, Thursday the 3. of Iuly, 1645.
|Statement||by Mr. Lisle, Mr. Tate, Mr. Brown, members of the House of Commons: containing many observations upon the Kings letters, found in his own cabinet at Nasiby fight ...|
|Contributions||Tate, Zouch, 1606-1650, Browne, John, 1581-1659, Common Hall, London|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||20|
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Get this from a library. Three speeches spoken at a common-hall: Thursday the 3. of Iuly, [John Lisle; Zouch Tate; John Browne]. Three speeches spoken at a common-hall, Thursday the 3. of Iuly, / By Mr. Lisle, Mr. Tate, Mr. Brown, Members of the House of Commons: containing many observations upon the Kings letters, found in his own cabinete at Nasiby fight, and sent to the Parliament by Sir Thomas Fairfax, and read at a common-hall.
Published according to order. Sources found: Lisle, J. Three speeches spoken at a common-hall, Thursday the 3. of Iuly, By Mr. Lisle, Mr. Tate, Mr. Brown, Members of the House of Commons, A key to the Kings cabinet ; or Animadversions upon the three printed speeches, of Mr Lisle, Mr Tate, Thursday the 3.
of Iuly Mr Browne, spoken at a common-hall in London, 3. July, Detecting the malice and falshood of their blasphemous observations made upon the King and Queenes letters. Get this from a library.
Two speeches spoken at a common hall Octob. [Henry Vane, Sir; Stephen Marshall]. Three speeches spoken at a common-hall, Thursday the 3. of Iuly, / by: Lisle, John, ca. Published: () A declaration of the Lords and Commons in Parliament:: concerning His Majesties proclamation.
A key to the kings cabinet ; or, Animadversions upon the Three printed speeches, of Mr. Lisle, Mr. Tate, and Mr. Browne, spoken at a common-hall in London, 3. July, detecting the malice and falshood of their blasphemous observations made upon the King and Qveenes letters by Thomas Browne ().
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