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The King"s Maiesties declaration to his subjects, concerning lawful sports to be used.

England and Wales. Sovereign (1603-1625 : James I).

The King"s Maiesties declaration to his subjects, concerning lawful sports to be used.

by England and Wales. Sovereign (1603-1625 : James I).

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Published by reprinted for G. Smeeton... in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sunday legislation -- Great Britain.,
  • Great Britain -- History -- James I, 1603-1625.

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    Open LibraryOL17328829M

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Addeddate Pages:   And after His returne, Hee farther s aw that His loyall Subiects in all other parts of His Kingdome did s uffer in the s ame kinde, though perhaps not in the s ame degree: And did therefore in His Princely wi s edome, publi s h a Declaration to all his louing Subiects concerning lawfull Sports to be v s ed at s uch times, which was printed and.

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Goldsmiths'-Kress no. Description: 1 online resource ([4], 9 pages) Other Titles: King's Majesty's declaration to his subjects concerning lawful sports to be used Book of sports. The Kings Majesty's declaration to his subjects, concerning lawful sports to be used.

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The King's Majesty's Declaration to His Subjects Concerning Lawful Sports to Be Used () Gee, Henry, and William John Hardy, ed., Documents Illustrative of English Church History (New York: Macmillan, ), Hanover Historical Texts Project.

The Kings Maiesties declaration to his subiects concerning lawfull sports to be vsed. [James, King of England; England and Wales. Sovereign ( James I)] King's Majesty's declaration to his subjects concerning lawful sports to be used Book of sports: More information. THE KINGS. MAIESTIES. DECLARATION to.

His Subiects, CONCERNING. lawfull SPORTS to. bee used. Imprinted at L O N D O N by Robert Barker, Printer to the Kings most Excellent Maiestie: And by the Assignes of Iohn Bill.

The Online Books Page. Online Books by. England and Wales. Sovereign ( James I) Books from the extended shelves: England and Wales. Sovereign ( James I): An abstract of some branches of His Maiesties late charter, granted to the tobacco-pipe makers of VVestminster, declaring His Maiesties pleasure touching that manufacture, and also all persons whom it may concern.

The declaration was reissued by Charles I on 18 Octoberas The King's Majesty's declaration to his subjects concerning lawful sports to be used. It was claimed by William Prynne that the new declaration was written by Charles' new Archbishop of Canterbury, William Laud, but Laud denied this and there is only evidence that he supported.

The King's Maiesties declaration to his subjects, concerning lawful sports to be used. (London, Printed by Bonham Norton and John Bill, ), by England and Wales.

Sovereign ( James I) (page images at HathiTrust). Author of By the King, Iames by the grace of God king of England, Scotland, France, and Ireland, defender of the faith, &c, A declaration of His Maiesties royall pleasure, [Brief for one-year collections to repair the church in Clare, Suffolk], By authority & especial warrant from the Kings Maiestie, Iames, by the grace of God, king of England, Scotland, France & Ireland defender of the faith.

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A Govett. To Kings and Princes the Counsel of David: Psalm 2: Serve the Lord with fear, and rejoice with trembling.

Kiss the Son lest he be angry, and you perish in the way, for His wrath will soon be kindled. To the Subjects: I Peter Be subjects to every ordinance of man for the Lord's sake. Contents: Question 1. James' Proclamation for the Use of the Book of Common Prayer () Directions Concerning Preachers () The King's Declaration Prefixed to the Articles of Religion (Nov.

) Resolutions on Religion Presented by a Committee of The House of Commons () The King's Majesty's Declaration to His Subjects Concerning Lawful Sports to be Used (). A king's subjects are the people who are *subject* to his authority.

In the case of the Kings of England, that meant everyone of English nationality, while all Scots were subjects of the Kings of Scotland, all Danish people were subjects of the King of Denmark, and so on. justifying the Book of Sports and with a sudden burst of poems praising the king, maypoles, and morris dancing.

Some, like Giles Widdows, went beyond written argument: after an open-air sermon at Carfax, Oxford, in defense of the royal declaration, he proceeded to "confirm his doctrine with his practice" by joining dancers about a.

A declaration of the Right Honourable James, Marquis and Earl of Montrose, Lord Green and Mugdock, Captain-general of all his Majesty's forces, raised and to be raised for his service, in his Kingdoms of Great-Britain, concerning his Excellency's resolution to settle his Majesty, Charles the Second, in all his dominions, July 9, SUNDAY SPORTS 7.

CHARLES I, King of Great Britain. The Kings Maiesties Declaration to his Subiects, concerning Lawfull Sports to bee Used. Imprinted at London by Robert Barker printer to the Kings most Excellent Maiestie: and by the assignes of Iohn Bill.

[2], 17, [3]pp, woodcut device on titlepage. Ben Johnson () Made his mark by writing and stating masques, light entertainment that included music, dance, pantomine, and acting William Shakespeare () Came from an ordinary family; his plays focus on the character of kings James I of .How did William the Conqueror strengthen his power after becoming king of England in ?

A. He discarded the oppressive tax system imposed by King Edward. B. He slaughtered most if his Anglo Saxon enemies. C. He took away fiefs from the church and gave the to his Norman lords D. He required every vassal to swear first allegiance to him.The King's Maiesties declaration to his subjects, concerning lawful sports to be used.

Author England and Wales. Sovereign ( James I).