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" Indeed," wrote a calm and dispassionate observer in the course of the past summer, " the world is now much terrified with the Star-Chamber, there being not so little an offence against any proclamation, but is liable and subject to the censure of that... "
The court and times of James the first, illustrated by authentic and ... - Page 205
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History of England from the accession of James I. to the outbreak ..., Volume 4

Samuel Rawson Gardiner - Great Britain - 1893
...little an Monopolies _ . . ....... _ complained offence against any proclamation but is liable and of' subject to the censure of that Court ; and for proclamations...every day bringing forth some new project or other. In truth, the world doth even groan under the burthen of these perpetual patents, which are become...
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history of england

samuel r. gardiner d.c.l., l.l.d. - 1896
...an Monopolies _ . . . . . ,. , , , complained offence against any proclamation but is liable and of' subject to ~the censure of that Court ; and for proclamations...every day bringing forth some new project or other. In truth, the world doth even groan under the burthen of these perpetual patents, which are become...
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The English Patents of Monopoly, Volume 1

William Hyde Price - Monopolies - 1906 - 261 pages
...Majesty was to publish them." CR June 13, 1634. 3 Prothero, pp. cvi, cvii. * "Indeed, the world is much terrified with the Star Chamber, there being...no end, every day bringing forth some new project." Chamberlain to Carleton, SPD July 8, 1620, * Hyde wrote that the Star Chamber " extended its jurisdiction...
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Constitutional Documents of the Reign of James I A.D. 1603 ..., Parts 1603-1625

J. R. Tanner - History - 1930 - 406 pages
...increase and multiply. ' For proclamations and patents,' wrote Chamberlain to Carleton on 8 July, 1620, 'they are become so ordinary that there is no end,...every day bringing forth some new project or other. In truth, the world doth even groan under the burden of these 1 Tudor Constitutional Documents,^. 557....
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Inventing the Industrial Revolution: The English Patent System, 1660-1800

Christine MacLeod - Business & Economics - 2002 - 316 pages
This book examines the development of the English patent system and its relationship with technical change during the period between 1660 and 1800, when the patent system ...
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John Donne and Conformity in Crisis in the Late Jacobean Pulpit

Jeanne Shami - History - 2003 - 318 pages
...subsequent printing. In July 1620, efforts to control public criticism intensified. Chamberlain writes that "the world is now much terrified with the Star Chamber,...every day bringing forth some new project or other" (II, 310). In the period immediately preceding the Directions, two such proclamations were See Flynn,...
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the reign of james 1

...increase and multiply. 'For proclamations and patents,' wrote Chamberlain to Carleton on 8 July, 1620, 'they are become so ordinary that there is no end,...every day bringing forth some new project or other. In truth, the world doth even groan under the burden of these 1 Tudor Constitutional Documents, p....
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