Charles R. For a finall answer to your proposition of the 13. of this instant concerning delinquents,
&c. His Majestie will consent, that all persons who have had any hand in the plotting, designing, or assisting the rebellion of Ireland, shall expect no pardon, as exprest in the first branch of this proposition. ...
|Main Creator:||England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I)|
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[London] : printed for Richard Royston, 1648.
Title from first words of text; place of publication from Wing.
The King consents to no pardon for the instigators of the Irish rebellion. For other persons in the first branch, they should be allowed to compound at a moderate rate, but may be debarred from office or court. Others to pay a moderated composition and be debarred from sitting for three years. Dated: Tuesday, October 17. 1648. The King claims: 1) To be put in a position of honour, freedom and safety; 2) his lands and revenues; 3) composition for the Court of Wards, etc.; 4) An act of oblivion -- Cf. Steele.
Physical description: 1 sheet ( p.) ; 1/2o.
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed., 1994), C2311
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