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The King"s Majesties letter to his Parliament of Scotland, met at Edinburgh, 28 of July, 1670

The King"s Majesties letter to his Parliament of Scotland, met at Edinburgh, 28 of July, 1670

with His Grace the Lord Commissioners speech to the said Parliament.

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Published by Printed by Tho. Newcomb in In the Savoy [i.e. London] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Conventicle act.,
  • Scotland -- History -- 1660-1688.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 1664:33.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[2], 8 [i.e. 6] p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16759369M

      MACKENZIE, Sir GEORGE (–), of Rosehaugh, king's advocate during the period of the covenanting persecution, and known in Scottish covenanting tradition as the 'Bloody Mackenzie,' eldest son of Simon Mackenzie of Lochslin, Ross-shire, brother of George Mackenzie, second earl of Seaforth [q. v.], by Elizabeth, daughter of Peter Bruce, D.D., principal of St. Leonard's . His Majesty the King, accompanied by Her Majesty the Queen, is scheduled to preside over the opening of Parliament on Friday, 24 May at Vites Samosorn, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in Bangkok, after a royal decree was issued calling for the opening of Parliament from 22 May onwards. Their Majesties the King and [ ].

      Full title reads: "THEIR MAJESTIES IN SCOTLAND". Edinburgh, Scotland. King George VI (former Prince Albert, Duke of York), Queen Elizabeth (former Duchess of.   This showed the king that the English Parliament was most certainly not his friend. Luckily for him though, he had another government that he could turn to. And so he went up to Scotland in to give titles to the two Scottish leaders who invaded England. Interestingly, he gave them titles for fighting against him.

      PONT, KYLPONT, or KYNPONT, ROBERT (–), Scottish reformer, born in at or near Culross, Perthshire (Buchanan, De Scriptoribus Scotis Illustribus), was the son of John Pont of Shyresmill and Catherine Murray, said to be a daughter of Murray of Tullibardine (Blackadder's manuscript memoirs in Advocates' Library, Edinburgh, quoted in App.   On 28 June he was created Viscount Seafield, and appointed president of the parliament which met at Edinburgh on 16 July. On his arrival in Edinburgh on 9 July he 'met with a very great reception' (ib. p. 84).


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