2 edition of A catalogue of the deputies of the high and mightie States Generall of the Vnited Prouinces found in the catalog.
A catalogue of the deputies of the high and mightie States Generall of the Vnited Prouinces
by Printed by W. I[ones] for Nich. Bourne, and Nath. Newberie, and are to be sold at the Exchange in London
Written in English
|Other titles||Catalogue of the deputies of the high and mightie States Generall of the United Provinces, Catalogue of the deputies of the high and mightie States Generall of the United Provinces.|
|Series||Early English books, 1475-1640 -- 1234:21.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 10 p.|
|Number of Pages||10|
The States of Holland, since the year , having manifested the contrary by manifold acts, as also All this is yet further confirmed by that magnanimous resolution of the 23 d of January , wherein the states of Holland unanimously declared, after consulting the general assemblies, or common-halls of the respective cities in that province. In about half the states, especially in New England, the unit of local government is the _____. Township. In early New England, the government was administered in a session called a _____. Town meeting. In early New England as well as today, elected town officials are known as _____.
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Three severall treatises concerning the truce at this present propounded. The first, laying open divers considerations and reasons, why a truce ought not to bee contracted: propounded vnto the high and mightie lords of the States Generall of the Vnited Provinces: by the right honble the commissioners and deputies of the most hon: authorized Company of West India.
Get this from a library. A catalogue of the deputies of the high and mightie States Generall of the Vnited Prouinces: And of the reuerend and learned diuines, who now are met in the nationall synode. Celebrated in the citie of Dordrecht in Holland. Translated out of the Latin and Dutch copies.
With a short narration of the occasions, and introduction of the said synodicall assembly. Get this from a library. Three severall treatises concerning the truce at this present propounded: the first, laying open divers considerations and reasons, why a truce ought not to bee contracted: propounded vnto the high and mightie lords of the States Generall of the Vnited Provinces: by the right honble the commissioners and deputies of the most hon: authorized Company of West India.
Get this from a library. Articles agreed upon and granted by his Excelencie, and the deputies of the high and mighty Lords, the States Generall of the Vnited Prouinces: vnto the clergie, magistrates, burgers, and inhabitants of the towne of Boisleduke, or the Busse.
[Frederick Henry, Prince of Orange; 's-Hertogenbosch (Netherlands).]. Get this from a library. A declaration of the Parliament of England written to the high and mighty lords, the Lords States Generall of the Vnited Provinces of the Low-Countreys: concerning their last embassie extraordinary into England.
[England and Wales. Parliament.; United Provinces of the Netherlands. Staten Generaal.]. The second part of the principles of the art military, practized in the warres of the United Provinces: consisting of the severall formes of battell, represented by the illustrious Maurice Prince of Orange, of famous memorie, and His Highnesse Frederick Henry Prince of Orange, that now is, Lord Generall of the Army of the high & mighty Lords the States Generall of the United Netherlands, &c.
A catalogue of the deputies of the high and mightie States Generall of the Vnited Prouinces: And of the reuerend and learned diuines, who now are met in the nationall synode.
Celebrated in the citie of Dordrecht in Holland. Translated out of the Latin and Dutch copies. The Treaty of Peace Conclu∣ded the thirtieth of Janu∣ary, of the present year, in the Town of Mun∣ster in Westphalia, between the most Illustrious and most Potent Prince, Philip the fourth, King of Spain, &c.
on one side, and the High and Mighty Lords, the States Generall, of the United Provinces of the Low-Countries, on the other. Get this book in print Receipt from the Amsterdam Chamber of the West India Company of a sealed letter from the States Deputies Director divers documents Dutch duty England English examine expense Folio four further give Governor granted Hague hands hath High and Mighty High Mightinesses Honor houses Indie inhabitants instructed Island.
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Addressed to the High and Mighty States General of the United Netherlands, on the 28th July, With Secretary Van Tienhoven's answer. from a copy of the original Dutch ms., by E. O'Callaghan, M. (Albany, Weed, Parsons and Company, ), by. NATIONAL GOVERNMENT FINAL study guide by sarah_gandy includes 39 questions covering vocabulary, terms and more.
Quizlet flashcards, activities and games help you improve your grades. SInce that time, that is, ever since the Year the Soveraign admini∣stration of business has been in the power of the States General and their Soveraign Council; and in it is not only all Majesty and Soveraignty, by vertue of the Union, but they have also the power of deciding some business which the particular Provinces cannot.
For in the first 〈 〉. XIII. And the States of the respective United Provmces are authorized, to lay before their High Mightinesses' ordinary deputies, or before the magistrates of the cities of these Provinces, any order for registering the members, together with the election of managers, if they find they can do it according to the constitution of their Provinces.
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Amsterdam, March 1,transmitted to congress, the following Extract, from the Register Book of the lords the states of Friesland. The requisition of Mr. Adams, for presenting his letters of credence from the United States of America to their high mightinesses, having been brought into the assembly, and put into deliberation, as also the.
Moreover the term republic cannot be contrasted with that of monarchy, for the United Provinces of Holland, and the United States of America, have each a single chief magistrate, and are yet considered republics; beside, that it has always been uncertain whether we should say the kingdom or.
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