3 edition of A speech delivered in Parliament by Sir Benjamin Rudyard found in the catalog.
A speech delivered in Parliament by Sir Benjamin Rudyard
Rudyerd, Benjamin Sir
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 259:E.198, no. 28.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 4 p.|
HC Deb 23 February vol cc § Order read, for resuming adjourned debate on Amendment [February 22nd] to Main Question [February 14th], "That an humble Address be presented to His Majesty, as followeth— § "Most Gracious Sovereign, § "We, Your Majesty's most dutiful and loyal subjects, the Commons of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and . A speech delivered by Brenda Hale, the deputy president of the Supreme Court, about the legal arguments ahead of the Article 50 case, also annoyed some exit supporters.
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Denean Sharpley-Whiting. Speechmaking and Debate. Published in The History of Parliament: A speech supposedly delivered by Sir Edward Cecil at the start of the Parliament and printed soon after appears to have been a complete fabrication while the earl of Pembroke’s client Sir Benjamin Rudyard asserted that he was ‘no man’s advocate’ Sir Benjamin Rudyard, About Religion.
Grimston, about Bishops Jurisdiction. Sir Benjamin Rudyard of the King and Kingdoms business. Lord Faulkland, Of ill Counsellors about the King. Sir Benjamin Rudyard, Of evil Ministers of State. Lord Digby, For a Triennial Parliament.
Grimston, Of Grievances between the April and November Parliament. When his friend Sir Benjamin Rudyard finally broached the subject of war on 1 Mar., Pym privately assessed the speech as being ‘the mould of the resolution of the whole Parliament’, though his personal enthusiasm for Rudyard’s propositions was not widely shared.
Copy, headed ‘Sir Benjamin Rudyard his second speech in Parliament 29 th December ’. In: A folio volume of parliamentary speeches and proceedings,many items in the hand of John Rushworth (c), historian and politician, leaves.
On 2 Februarythe State President F. de Klerk delivered a speech at the opening of the session of the Parliament of South Africa in which he announced sweeping reforms that marked the beginning of the negotiated transition from apartheid to constitutional democracy.
The reforms promised in the speech included the unbanning of the African National Congress Location: Cape Town, South Africa. Sir Benjamin Rudyard's SPEECH. Afterwards Mr.
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About the same time, and upon the same Occasion, Sir Benjamin Rudyard delivereth himself as followeth. Rudyerd, Benjamin, Sir, Copy of a speech by Sir Rudyerd Benjamin [manuscript], 16th or 17th century.
Folger Shakespeare Library: Speeches made & delivered in the 2d Assembly of that great and memorable Parlamente wch began on ye 25th of November Anno Dom. Together with some verses and other thinges of that 1st yeare.
), ; speech of Sir Benjamin Rudyard in the Parliament, 28 April,in Howell, State Trials, II, 17 Charles H. McIlwain ed., The Political Works of James I (Cambridge, Mass., ),for his speech to both Houses in ; also his speech of in the Star-Chamber, ibid.,and his remarks in the case of Commendams.
Full text of "Memoirs of Sir Benjamin Rudyerd, Knt" See other formats. Voltaire’s tolerance finds its highest expression in the famous sentence of his letter to Helvetius: “I wholly disapprove of what you say and will defend to the death your right to say it.” In June a newspaper in Aberdeen, South Dakota credited the version with “wholly” to.
Delivered on Apin what is known as the Short Parliament. Abridged. Clarendon describes how, after the King’s address, Pym rose to speak “while men gazed upon each other looking who should begin.” In Pym’s speech was printed as “a speech delivered in Parliament by J.
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