Speech made before Charles I by Thomas Widdrington, and a poem, To the King, by John Saltmarsh. 1639.

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Widdrington, Thomas, ca.1600-1664. Speech made before Charles I by Thomas Widdrington, and a poem, To the King, by John Saltmarsh.

Speech made before Charles I by Thomas Widdrington, and a poem, To the King, by John Saltmarsh. 1639.

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Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649

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Title: King of Great Britain and Ireland British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001084.0x0001b0 John Bennett of Symondsbury, Dorset, yeoman, was the grandfather of John Every, the ward of the Prince of Wales. Barbara Every was the widow of John Every, deceased, and mother of John Every, ward of the Prince of Wales. From the description of Lease from Charles, Prince of Wales, to John Bennett of Symondsbury,...

Saltmarsh, John, -1647

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Widdrington, Thomas, ca.1600-1664.

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Sir Thomas Widdrington came from an ancient Northumberland family. He was elected MP for Berwick in 1640 and held a number of important positions, including Speaker of the Parliament of 1656 and Commissioner of the Great Seal in 1660. His brother-in-law, Lord Fairfax, was influential in his advancement. John Saltmarsh, the mystical writer, was of Yorkshire extraction. Originally an advocate of episcopacy, he later adopted Calvinist opinions. Some time before January 1645 he was appointed the rec...