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The proceedings and debates of the House of Commons, in the sessions of Parliament, begun the twentieth of January, 1628. and ended by dissolution the tenth of March following, Sir John Finch Kt. being Speaker. As also The Examination of several Members before the Lords of the Council the Fourth of March, 1628. Together with A Petition by the Lords concerning the Precedency of the then late created Barons, Viscounts and Earls of Scotland and Ireland. Taken and collected by Sir Thomas Crew (father of John Lord Crew) Sergeant at Law, and Speaker of the last Parliament of K. James I. and of the first Parliament of K. Charles I.

  • England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons.
Date
1707
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Proceedings. 1628

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London : printed for Ri. Chiswell at the Rose and Crown in St. Paul's Church-Yard, 1707.

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vii,[1],174,[10]p. ; 80.

References note

ESTC T140514

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