Speeches and passages of this great and happy Parliament :
from the third of November, 1640, to this instant June, 1641. Collected into one volume, and according to the most perfect originalls, exactly published.
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London : printed for William Cooke, and are to be sold at his shop, at Furnifalls-Inne-gate, in Holbourne, 1641.
With this is bound: The Diurnall occurrences, or dayly proceedings of both houses, in this great and happy Parliament, from the third of November, 1640, to the third of November, 1641 : with a continuation of all the speeches, from June last, to the third of November, 1641. [London, pr. for W. Cooke], 1641. (430 p. ; small and 4to) -- A convocation speech, by Mr. Thomas Warmstry, one of the clerks for the diocesse of Worcester : against images, altars, crosses, the new canons, and the oath, &c. London, 1641. (, 22 p. ; small and 4to) -- A speech used by Sir Francis Bacon in the lower House of Parliament, quinto Jacobi, concerning the Article of Naturalization of the Scottish nation. [London], n.d. . (34 p. ; small and 4to).
Physical description: , 24, 152, 159-174, 169-184, 177-240, 205-220, , 233-351, , 351-358, 321-335, , 385-440, 455-459, 500-534, 24, , 6, 14, , 46 p. : ill ; small and 4to.
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), E2309
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