3 edition of Sir Phillip Stapleton his worthy speech in the House of Commons in Parliament, Ian. 15, 1641 found in the catalog.
Sir Phillip Stapleton his worthy speech in the House of Commons in Parliament, Ian. 15, 1641
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 259:E.200, no. 11|
|The Physical Object|
A SPEECH DELIVERED IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS ON THE 5TH OF FEBRUARY by Thomas Babington Macaulay On the twenty-ninth of January , Mr Serjeant Talfourd obtained leave to bring in a bill to amend the law of copyright. The object of this bill was to extend the term of copyright in a book to sixty years, reckoned from the death of the writer. By the Kings Maiesty were accused with seven articles of high treason, these worthy members in the House of Commons in Parliament, Monday Ian. 3, viz. the Lord Kimbolton, Mr. Iohn Pym esquire, Denzill Hollis esquire, Iohn Hampden esquire, Sir Arthur Haslerig Kt., William Strowd esquire by England and Wales ().
Colonel Goring, upon his Examination in the House of Commons, did confess, That Sir John Suckling was the first Person that ever made any Overture unto him, concerning the Army's marching towards London: Afterwards, being in the Queen's Lodgings, he met with Mr. H.P. which was about the beginning or middle of Lent last, and Mr. P. told him. Robert Maxwell – Maiden Speech in the House of Commons February 2, admin , Maiden Speech, Robert Maxwell, Speeches. Below is the text of the maiden speech made by Robert Maxwell in the House of Commons on 3 November It is with a great sense of humility that I rise to speak here for the first time. I am the representative.
The speech of Lord John Russell in the House of Commons, on Friday, the 7th of May, ways and means, sugar duties. by: Russell, John Russell, Earl, Published: () The speech of Lord John Russell in the House of Commons, on Friday, the 7th of May, . This manuscript, in Elizabeth I’s own hand, is a draft version of a speech given to Parliament on 10 April The speech is a response to a petition from the House of Lords urging the Queen to marry and produce an heir. It is one of a number of speeches she wrote between and in response to continued pressure from Parliament to marry.
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The Rev'd Ian Paisley retires at the General Election."We will not forget, of course, the price that was paid or the loyalty of those who stood against. Below is the text of the maiden speech of Winston Churchill, held in the House of Commons on 18th February I understood that the hon.
Member to whose speech the House has just listened, had intended to move an Amendment to the Address. At one point Sir Philip broke off his answers to tell Tory backbencher Richard Fuller to “stop staring” as it was putting him off.
6 Sir Philip Green arrives at the House of Parliament ahead. KIGHLEY, Sir Philip (), of South Littleton, Worcs.
and St. Stephen's, Westminster. Published in The History of Parliament: the House of Commons. Gavin delivering his first speech as the newly elected Member of Parliament for Croydon Central on 2 June SIR PHILIP SASSOON'S STATEMENT.
and the independence of the Air Ministry was established in the House of Commons once and for all. But time has passed since then, and public opinion now appreciates that the air is the connecting link between the other two Services and itself.
was making his speech. He is well known in this House for his. Wed 15 Jun EDT Last modified on Sat Sir Philip Green speaks before parliament’s business select committee on the collapse of BHS, which he used to own.
House of Commons Author: Simon Goodley. Ryan Forth, Stars in Oscar Wilde's "An Ideal Husband" February Produced by Kirsten Henry of The English Dramatic Society in Erlangen Germany.
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Below is the text of the maiden speech made by William Waldegrave in the House of Commons on 24 October It seems to me to be bad luck for a maiden speaker to be followed by another maiden speaker, since in such circumstances he misses the opportunity of having paid to him those rounded tributes that years of experience in the House teach one to deploy.
CAREY (CARY), Sir Philip (c), of Hunslet, Yorks. and Silver Street, London Published in The History of Parliament: the House of Commons.
The speech contained this statement in reference to any intention to give effect to the Home Rule Act—an Act passed and confirmed by this House, and not yet removed from the Statute Book: I gave you this pledge in the Ulster Hall and I repeat it now once more, that if any attempt to revive it or to put it into force is made I will at once.
§Q1. Duffy. asked the Prime Minister if he will place in the Library a copy of his public speech on prices and wages at the annual luncheon in London on 14th June,of members of.
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The 18th century was a wealth of knowledge, exploration and rapidly growing technology and expanding record-keeping made possible. CORNEWALL, Sir Gilbert (), of Burford, Salop and Stapleton Castle, Herefs. Published in The History of Parliament: the House of Commons.
↑From his speech in the House of Commons June 7,on the second reading of the Government of Ireland Bill (i.e., Home Rule Bill). Printed here by kind permission of. Below is the text of the maiden speech made by Ian Gow in the House of Commons on 1st April Maiden speakers, like Chancellors of the Exchequer, do not lack advice.
I have been told to speak about my constituency, about my predecessor and about non-controversial matters, and, above all, to speak briefly. KING'S SPEECH. HC Deb 07 February vol cc 5 to hear His Majesty's Most Gracious Speech to both Houses of Parliament, in pursuance of His Majesty's Commands, and of which I have, for greater accuracy, obtained a copy:— My Lords and Members of the House of Commons.