Parliamentary speeches, negotiations, etc., 1599-1641.

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Browne, John, 1608?-1691. Parliamentary speeches, negotiations, etc., 1599-1641.

Parliamentary speeches, negotiations, etc., 1599-1641.

Manuscript, primarily in Browne's hand, though numerous items are in other hands, of a collection of about 74 items, primarily on Parliamentary subjects and mostly dated 1641. Items include extracts from Parliamentary journals; speeches by James I and Charles I; discussions concerning Scotland; notes on the speeches of Edward, Earl of Conway and Sir John Coke; Parliamentary resolutions declaring ship money to be illegal; a protestation by the House of Commons vowing to uphold the Church of England against Jesuits and "Papists"; and numerous speeches concerning the trial of Thomas Wentworth, Earl of Strafford. The volume also contains speeches and documents by Elizabeth I; John Pym; Denzil Holles; Sir Henry Vane; Sir John Glanville; and John Baron Finch.

1 v. (circa 256 p.) ; various sizes.

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