Copies of proceedings of Parliament, 1624-1628 [manuscript], ca. 1637.

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England and Wales. Parliament. Copies of proceedings of Parliament, 1624-1628 [manuscript], ca. 1637.

Copies of proceedings of Parliament, 1624-1628 [manuscript], ca. 1637.

Not in chronological order. Include letters and messages from the King, several political poems on Buckingham and others, a petition of Mr. F. Phillips [Francis Phillips] to the King on behalf of his brother [Sir Robert] in the Tower, and the attorneys of York versus Sir Thomas Monson. Majority of the proceedings to be found in the Lords' Journals and/or Rushworth's Historical Collections.

Leaves 78-194, 198-230.

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