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humble declaration of the apprentices and other young men of the city of London

humble declaration of the apprentices and other young men of the city of London

who were petitioners for peace. Shewing the causes of their petitioning and the passages concerning it. Together with a true copy of their petition, as it was delivered to both houses of Parliament.

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An Humble declaration of the apprentices and other young men of the city of London who were petitioners for peace: shewing the causes of their petitioning and the passages concerning it: together with a true copy of their petition as it was delivered to both Houses of Parliament disclaiming those in print which were with out their knowledge.

An humble declaration of the apprentices and other young men of the city of London, who were petitioners for peace.: Shewing the causes of their petitioning, and the passages concerning it.

Together with a true copy of their petition, as it was delivered to both Houses of Parliament, disclaiming those in print, which were without their knowledge.

The young men's and the apprentices' outcry. Or an inquisition after the lost fundamental laws and liberties of England Directed (29 August ) in an epistle to the private soldiery of the Army, especially all those that signed the Solemn Engagement at Newmarket-Heath, 5 June The humble desires of the citizens, young men, and apprentices, of the city of London: presented to both the Honorable Houses of Parliament, July together with two ordinances of Parliament thereupon.

Published: (). The humble petition of divers young men, and apprentices of the city of London, and parts adjacent. In behalf of Lieut. Col. John Lilburn, M. William Walwin, M.

Thomas Prince, and M. Richard Overton, now close prisoners in the Tower of London, without any declared just cause: and of Capt. Willam Bray in the same condition in Windsor Castle.

The Letter-Books of the City of London are a series of fifty folio volumes in vellum containing entries of the matters of in which the City of London was interested or concerned, beginning in and concluding in The volumes are part of the collection of the City of London Records Office, and are kept in the London Metropolitan Archives.

The volumes derive their name from being. The Humble Petition of the Lord Mayor, Aldermen, and Commons of the City of London 13th of January, () The Humble Petition of the Lord Mayor 18th of June [Humfrey, John].Cited by: 9.

To Die but Once takes us to the early years after England's entry into World War II. British soldiers are fighting on the Continent. Hitler's forces are pinning them down. At home, a boy from Maisie Dobbs' neighborhood has gone to work for a defense contractor, painting military buildings with fire retardant.

The boy is murdered/5. Committee for the Militia of London. / [] To the Kings Most Excellent Majesty the humble and dutifull remonstrance and addresse of the apprentices and other young men of the several regiments of Your Majesties auxiliares in your city of London.

Committee for the Militia of London. / [Octo ]. A petition being stiled the humble petition of Divers Young men and Apprentices of the City of London was this day read, and it is ordered that Alderman Atkin, Col.

Venn, and Mr. Vassell, doe from this House give the Petitioners thankes for the expression of their good affections, that they will take thier Petition into consideration in. Greater London: And Other Documents, Elucidating the Government, Manners, and Customs of the Same City, From the Thirteenth Century to the Present Period.

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Full text of "A catalogue of the Library of the Corporation of London" See other formats. Neither is there salvation in any other: for there is none other name under heaven given among men, whereby we must be saved.

(Acts ). Whom God hath set forth to be a propitiation through faith in his blood, to declare his righteousness for the remission of sins that are past, through the forbearance of God; (Romans ).

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The Apprentices of London Petition, Presented to Parliament. London, [Anonymous]. A Declaration of the Valiant Resolution of the Famous Prentices of London, with their Protestation. London, [Anonymous]. The Humble Petition of Many Thousands of Young Men and Apprentices of the City of London to Parliament Presented, 13 July.

London. The London Underworld in the Victorian Period: Authentic First-Person Accounts by Beggars, Thieves & Prostitutes, shall remain a continual source of research for me throughout the upcoming years.

Referenced/Read for personal research and historical clarity. I found this work of immense interest/5. Praise-God Barebone (said to have been christened Unless-Jesus-Christ-Had-Died-For-Thee-Thou-Hadst-Been-Damned Barebone, last name also spelled Barbon or Barbone; c.

–) was an English leather-seller, preacher and Fifth is best known for giving his name to the Barebone's Parliament of the English Commonwealth of Profession: Preacher, leather-seller. Leveller Tracts - Table of Contents Table of Contents of Tracts on Liberty by the Levellers and their Critics, 7 vols.

() [This volume is a work in progress. Date revised: 10 Jan. ] The Liberty of the Freeborne Englishman (John Lilburne in Gaol). To all and euery the ministers, church-wardens, and side-men, within the citie, suburbs, and diocesse of London whereas I am daily aduertised of a generall misbehauiour in most churchesmen and boyes sitting then couered with their hats on their heads, without all shew of reuerence or respect / Geo: London.

England and Wales. Other visuals of London can be found in maps of the city. John Norden's small but user-friendly map of London offers a scale of distances and an alphabetical key to major streets, homes, and public buildings in London.

Norden emphasized London’s civic governance by adding the coats of arms of the major trading companies. by other means, and represent a very broad cross -section of the population. Over the last years, aboutordinary people have been made Free of the City of London.

Even today, many men and women continue to be admitted to the City Freedom, although most of the privileges and practical reasons for doing so have now disappeared.The Guild aims to promote the City and Livery to young people in the hope of introducing our members to a Livery that they may wish to join, resulting in no fewer than Young Freemen progressing on to become Livery Masters, Clerks, and even Lord Mayor.Some of these were published inunder the title The Babees’ Book, [1] and others, chiefly of later date, inunder the title Queene Elizabethes Achademy.

These two volumes, with their introductions and illustrative matter, to my mind present the most vivid picture of home life in .