[Collection of speeches and passages propounded and discussed at the third parliament of Charles I], [1627 Mar 17 - 1628 June 26].

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England and Wales. Parliament (1628). [Collection of speeches and passages propounded and discussed at the third parliament of Charles I], [1627 Mar 17 - 1628 June 26].

[Collection of speeches and passages propounded and discussed at the third parliament of Charles I], [1627 Mar 17 - 1628 June 26].

Manuscript on paper, in a single hand, of speeches and petitions made in Parliament 1627-1628, including those by Charles I, Thomas Wentworth, 1st earl of Strafford, Sir Edward Coke, Sir John Eliot, Sir Robert Phillips, Sir Dudley Digges, and George Villiers, 1st duke of Buckingham. Topics include imprisonment without declaration of cause and a petition against recusants. Followed by the 108-page piece "A true relation of every dayes proceeding in Parliamt this last Session begining ye 20 January 1628" in the same hand.

1 v. (409 p.) ; 33 x 21 cm.

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