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By the King, a proclamation for disarming and securing of popish recusants

England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II)

By the King, a proclamation for disarming and securing of popish recusants

by England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II)

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Published by Printed by John Bill, Christopher Barker, Thomas Newcomb and Henry Hills ... in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Anti-Catholicism -- England,
  • Great Britain -- Church history -- 17th century,
  • Great Britain -- History -- Charles II, 1660-1685

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesA proclamation for disarming and securing of popish recusants
    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 1588:54
    ContributionsCharles II, King of England, 1630-1685
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 broadside
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16870420M

    Recusants,-, Popish, , Message from King about a Proclamation for disarming them-a Committee to inquire into the Number of them in London, and within Ten Miles thereof, 9 Nov. Order for their Sitting, 10 & Further Powers given them, 12 & The carefully arranged "discovery" of the Gunpowder Plot in was followed by two statutes of particularly savage character. These were "An Act for the better discovering and repressing of Popish Recusants" (3 Jac. I, iv) and "An Act to prevent and avoid dangers which may grow by Popish Recusants" (3. Jac. 1, v).

    The Online Books Page. Online Books by. King Charles II of England (Charles II, King of England, ) Online books about this author are available, as is a Wikipedia article.. Charles II, King of England, By the King: A Proclamation for the Suppression of the Coffee-Houses (London: Printed by the Assigns of J. Bill, and C. Barker, ) (HTML in Germany). By the proclamation of , Dec. 21 last (reciting the statutes of 5 Eliz., c. 1, 23 Eliz., c. 1, 27 Eliz., c. 2, 3 James, c. 4 and 3 Car. I, c. 2), all the King's subjects were commanded to reveal to some magistrate if they knew of any persons guilty of any the offences as in the said statutes or any other offences against the laws to depress.

    Sovereign ( Charles II) and King Charles II of England (HTML at EEBO TCP) By the King, a proclamation for prohibiting the exportation of iron ordnance and all great guns(London: Printed by the assigns of John Bill, Thomas Newcomb and Henry Hills , ), by England and Wales. These were "An Act for the better discovering and repressing of Popish Recusants" (3 Jac. I, iv) and "An Act to prevent and avoid dangers which may grow by Popish Recusants" (3. The matter, however, was allowed to drop; and in the following year both Houses of Parliament joined in petitioning the King to issue a proclamation against the.


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By the King, a proclamation for disarming and securing of popish recusants by England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II) Download PDF EPUB FB2

A proclamation for banishing all popish priests and Jesuites and putting the laws in speedy and due execution against popish recusants. Published: () By the King. Get this from a library. By the King.

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Sovereign ( Charles II)]. By the King. A Proclamation for restraint of killing, dressing, and eating of Flesh in Lent, or on Fish daies, appointed by the Law, to be hereafter strictly observed by all sorts of people. [Newmarket 7 February ] By the King. By the King, a proclamation for the apprehending certain persons therein named, accused of high treason Published: () By the King.

A proclamation for the apprehending certain offenders therein named: and for the better security of His Majesty and his government, from dangers arising from popish recusants. Sudoc Catalogue:: Livre / BookBy the King. A proclamation for the apprehending certain offenders therein named.

and for the better security of His Majesty and his government from dangers arising from popish recusants [Ressource électronique]. By the King. A proclamation commanding popish recusants to repair to their own dwellings, and not afterwards to come to court, or within ten miles of London, without speciall licence: and for disarming of them, as the law requireth.

By the King. A Proclamation commanding Popish Recusants to repair to their own dwellings, and not afterwards to come to Court, or within ten miles of London, without speciall Licence: And for disarming of them, as the Law requireth. [Whitehall 11 November ] By the King.

A Proclamation for freedom of passage out of Ireland into England. Sovereign ( Charles II): By the King, a proclamation for disarming and securing of popish recusants (London: Printed by John Bill, Christopher Barker, Thomas Newcomb and Henry Hills), also by King Charles II of England (HTML at EEBO TCP).

THE RECUSANTS. To shew the spirit of non-toleration that moved the magistrates in we give the two following letters. The first from Daniel Fleming to Sir Thomas Braithwaite, Thomas Layburne and Nathaniel West, dated 25 January, /7, desiring them as Popish Recusants to give him an account of all arms in their possession and to engage to hold them for the king's service.

"Given at Our Court at Whitehall this twentieth day of January, /8." Double leaf broadside printed on the rectos of two folio sheets, intended to be joined. Wing (2nd ed.) J ESTC R Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.

Provenance: Gift of the Jay I. Kislak Foundation. Kislak accession no.:   By the King: a proclamation for the due execution of all former lawes against recusants, giuing them a day to repaire to their owne dwellings, and not afterwards to come to the court, or within miles of London, without speciall license: and for disarming of them as the law requireth: and withall, that all priests and Iesuits shall depart from the land by a day, no more to returne into.

By the King. A proclamation for the apprehending certain offenders therein named: and for the better security of His Majesty and his government, from dangers arising from popish recusants. By the King: a proclamation declaring His Maiesties pleasure, concerning the proceedings had, and to be had, against popish recusants, according to the lawes, and for directions to His Maiesties commissioners for that seruice, both in the southerne and northerne parts.

Address for a Proclamation to disarm Papish. "We, Cities, and Places, in England and Wales, to apprehend, disarm, and secure, all Popish Recusants convict, and all reputed Popish Recusants, and all others who shall, or may be, justly suspected Papists, and them to oblige in Recognizances, King to be attended with it.

ORDERED, by the. Charles II of England. A Proclamation for Disarming and Securing of Popish Recusants, December 20 1 1 Charles II of England. The Declaration of Independence. When in the course of human events Menu A Proclamation by the King - By the King A PROCLAMATION FOR SUPPRESSING REBELLION AND SEDITION GEORGE R.

WHEREAS many of Our Subjects in divers Parts of our Colonies and Plantations in North America, misled by dangerous and ill designing men, and forgetting the.

Because the arms guarantee in the English Declaration of Rights did not apply to Catholics, Parliament was free in to pass “An Act for the better securing the government, by disarming Author: David Kopel. A proclamation declaring His Maiesties royall pleasure and command, for putting the lawes and statutes made against Iesuites, priests, and popish recusants, in due execution Published: () By the King and Queen, a proclamation for prohibiting the importation of all sorts of manufactures and commodities whatsoever, of the growth, production.

By the KING, A PROCLAMATION, For putting the Laws in Execution against Papists and securing the Government by disarming Papists and reputed Papists,” it was enacted, That it should and might be law- prevent and avoid Dangers which may grow by Popish Recusants,” it is provided, That all Popish Recusants, in.

A remedy for sedition: vvherin are conteyned many thynges, concernyng the true and loyall obeysance, that comme[n]s owe vnto their prince and soueraygne lorde the Kynge.

by: Morison, Richard, Sir, Published: () By the King. A proclamation for the suppression of coffee-houses. Published: ().Ireland as a result of an alleged plot against the king.

This proclamation appeared amid a series of similar proclamations issued in England during October and November and January ,18 forming part of the reac-tion to the revelations of the 'Popish Plot', and once again dragging Ireland.The carefully arranged “discovery” of the Gun-powder Plot in was followed by two statutes of particularly savage character.

These were “An Act for the better discovering and repressing of Popish Recusants” (3 Jac. I, iv) and “An Act to prevent and avoid dangers which may grow by Popish Recusants” (3 Jac.

I, v).Author: Catholic Answers.