Documents Illustrating the Impeachment of the Duke of Buckingham in 1626, Volume 45 (Google eBook)

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Camden Society, 1889 - Great Britain - 305 pages
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Page iv - The COUNCIL of the NAVY RECORDS SOCIETY wish it to be distinctly understood that they are not answerable for any opinions or observations that may appear in the Society's publications. For these the responsibility rests entirely with the Editors of the several works.
Page 126 - January one thousand six hundred twenty one (os) and in the yeares of the Raigne of our Soveraigne Lord, James by the Grace of God King of England...
Page 141 - ... provisions apostolicques necessaires, suivant les memoires et supplications qui en seront presentez à Sadicte Saincteté, avec reserve audict Guillemyer de soixante six escus, deux tiers de pension, sa vie durant, sur le revenu d'icelle abbaye. Ce faisant vous me ferez plaisir très agréable. Priant Dieu qu'il vous ait , mon cousin , en sa saincte et digne garde. Escript à S' Germain en Laye le dernier jour de decembre 1599.
Page 1 - THE DUKE OF BUCKINGHAM'S IMPEACHMENT. PART I. — DOCUMENTS RELATING TO ARTICLE III. [The third article of the Charge against the Duke alleged that in December 1624 he had bought the Wardenship of the Cinque Ports from Lord Zouch.
Page 3 - Majesties shipps to have the two offices of Lord Admirall of England and Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports executed by one and the same person...
Page 241 - How wretched I am, my dear Katt! I am the cause of your death. Would to heaven I were in your place !"—" Ah!" replied Katt, "if I had a thousand lives, I would sacrifice them all for your royal highness." At the same time he dropped on his knees. One of his servants attempted to blindfold him, but he would not suffer it, and elevating his thoughts to heaven, he ejaculated: "My God! I commit my soul into thy hands ["Scarcely had he pronounced these words, when his head, cut off...
Page 129 - Whitson weeke, and most of the Committees out of towne, there was no expectacion of their retourne till Tuesday night att soonest, and that upon the Wednesday they would consider of all. Mr. Secretary added further that if any thing were yet depending betweene the Dutch and them undecided, he would willingly interpose to the States Embassadors here present for the composeing thereof, wherein his labour should be to make upp all breaches betweene both Companies. Mr. Deputy and the rest gave his Honour...
Page 127 - Mat?, togeather with such articles as may best availe the Company for the future, wherein Mr. Governour advised the Company to take hould of the present occasion, for that as the state of the Exchequer and the King's occasions now stand, they shall more easily procure satisfaccion concerning the future then they can hereafter, but . advised them to parte with no monney untill all were finished. It was considered that the business cann have no present despatch, because when the assurances or covenantes...
Page 230 - ... duties, Ether accordinge to o' Covenants, or accordinge to the lawes, and orders wee fubmitt o'felues to obay when wee fhall be joyned to the reft of the Fleete or to be devided into a Squadron by orfelues at the Generalls pleafure, but howe foeuer there wilbe noethinge more looked for by us, then that wee maye be made (in fome fort) acquainted wt!' the Enemy againft whom wee are to bee ymployed, That wee may make o...
Page 116 - March 23. entreated to stay till their shipps came (fol. 19). The King said to the Committee: "Did I deliver you from the complaint of the Spaniard, and doe you returne me nothing" (fol. 19). The King said that if it had bene followed all the Company brought home in their best shipps had belonged to the Lo: Admirall (fol. 20). The King's Advocatt moved in the Admiralty Court that the Threr of the East India Company might be comitted, because he brought not the 15,000" attached for the King; but the...