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  • * British History Online * *

    131 results from this resource, ordered by relevance. View more View all

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    The information of Roger L'Estrange, taken before Secretary Williamson. Anthony Lawrence told the deponent that Nathaniel Thompson had a private press in Lambeth, and that he knew the house, and further that Smith, a Nonconformist minister, was the principal agent Subscribers-only content

    General Index, P, Q, 01 January 1697-31 December 1697

    under Acts of Association, the pressing of ships See also Wrecks. Press , search for seditious messenger (searcher) Press , The, Act for regulating Pressa , Elizabeth (p.) Press gang , difficulties of, discharges of men pressed, pressing of foreign Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, January 1680, 01 January 1680-31 January 1680

    state of the Press at Oxford as it now stands." In 1672 several members of the University, namely John, Bishop of Oxford, Sir J. Williamson, Sir L. Jenkins and Dr. Thomas Yate, considering the disabilities of the Press to supply Subscribers-only content

    General Index, P, Q, R, 01 December 1652-30 June 1653

    of Preachers , see Ministers. Preice , Rich., letter of Preistley , Thos. Presbyters Prescot , Edw., letter of Thos. Press , Act for regulating, committee for Press-masters , see also Mill, Capt. Rich. letters to warrants to Prest , Subscribers-only content

    General Index, P, Q, 01 October 1668-31 December 1668

    to, see also Aid, Cattle, Churches, uniting of, Conventicles, Corporations, Customs, Forfeitures, Frauds, Ireland, Navigation, Oblivion, Poll Money, Post Office, Press, Prizes, Sacrament, Wines, Acts relating to. adjournment, proroguing, or rising of, alluded to notes of proceedings relative to projected Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    28 February 1817, 28 February 1817

    admirably " adapted to work upon their Ignorance and their " Prejudices, but also the Spawn of a licentious '*¦ Press, pregnant with all the Calumnies which " Malice can prompt, or Falsehood can suggest, " against the Governors and Subscribers-only content

    24 March 1817, 24 March 1817

    made by the Com mittee, being again read, were, severally, agreed to by the House. Then it was proposed, in Press 7- Line 14. to leave out from ("Felony") to (" And") in Line 18. The Question was put, " Subscribers-only content

    24 March 1817, 24 March 1817

    same was agreed to, and Ordered accord¬ ingly. Then it was proposed, in Press 18. Line 24. to leave out from (" thereof") to (" Provided") in Press 19- Line 15. The Question was put, " Whether the Words " Subscribers-only content

    25 March 1817, 25 March 1817

    of the said Bill." The Question was put thereupon It was resolved in the Affirmative. Then it was moved, in Press 23. Lines 2 and 3. after (" Eighteen") to insert the following Clause : " And whereas it is Subscribers-only content

    6 May 1817, 6 May 1817

    Paper Office. Accountant to the Board of General Officers. Secretary to Do. Corrector and Supervisor of His Majesty's " Printing Press. Compiler of The Dublin Gazette. Master of the Revels. Seneschal of His Majesty's Manors. Accountant General. Supervisor of Accounts, Subscribers-only content

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