3 edition of Sir Beniamin Ruddierd"s speach in behalfe of the cleargy found in the catalog.
Sir Beniamin Ruddierd"s speach in behalfe of the cleargy
Rudyerd, Benjamin Sir
|Series||Early English books, 1475-1640 -- 1858:7|
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|Number of Pages||14|
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Signatures: A4 B3. Reproduction of original in the Harvard University Library. (marc) (stc) STC (2nd ed.) (vid). Sir Beniamin Ruddierd's speach in behalfe of the cleargy. [Benjamin Rudyerd, Sir] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search Full text available as part of Early English books online (EEBO): Rutgers restricted.
Sir Beniamin Rudierd his speech in behalfe of the clergie: and of parishes miserably destitute of instruction, through want of maintenance. Confirmed by the testimonies of Bishop Iewel, Master Perkins, and Sir Henry Spelman.
Speech in behalfe of the clergie and of parishes miserably destitute of instruction through want of maintenance Sir Benjamin Rudierd his speech in behalfe of the clergie and of parishes miserably destitute of instruction through want of maintenance: Responsibility: confirmed by the testimonies of Bishop Iewel, Master Perkins, and Sir Henry Spelman.
Sir Beniamin Rudierd his speech in behalfe of the clergie and of parishes miserably destitute of instruction through want of maintenance Anglican Communion > Great Britain > Clergy > Salaries, pensions, etc.
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Speaker, It will become us thankfully to acknowledge the Prudent and Painful Endeavours of my Lords, the Peers Commissioners, in treating with the Scots, and in mediating with the King; whereby (God assisting) we are now probably drawing near to a blessed Peace. On 14 Apr. he moved for a bill to be drafted concerning Sir Dudley Digges’ scheme for a privately funded naval war, but objected to Sir Benjamin Rudyard’s assertion that any opponents of this plan were not true Englishmen.
He was named on the following day to. A worthy speech, spoken in the Honourable House of Commons by Sir Benjamin Rudyard, for accommodation betwixt His Majesty and His Parliament, July the ninth, () by Benjamin Rudyerd Concerning bishops, deanes, and chapters () by Benjamin Rudyerd.
- Secretary Cook's Speech thereupon, on behalf of the King, p. - Sir Benjamin Rudyard's Speech concerning the King's word, p. - The King sends another Message by Secretary Cook, to know whether the Parliament will or no relie on his word, p.
- Several debates thereupon, ibid. ‘I speak as a Member of this House, not as the king’s servant’, declared Solicitor General Shilton inwhile the earl of Pembroke’s client Sir Benjamin Rudyard asserted that he was ‘no man’s advocate’ A Member paid to speak on behalf of a particular interest group theoretically committed no offence.
Speech beginning ‘I did not think to have spoken ’. First published, as Sir Benjamin Rudierd His speech in Behalfe of the Clergie and of Parishes destitute of Instruction through want of Maintenance, Oxford, Manning, pp. YaleIII,where it is dated probably 21 April On 15 May Sir Benjamin Rudyard suggested that Earle might draft a bill against the sale of benefices by ecclesiastical patrons; such a measure was preferred the next morning by his brother Christopher Earle, but it failed to secure a reading Surprisingly, Earle took no recorded part in the heated debate on how to punish the seditious.
- Sir Benjamin Rudyard's appeal for understanding between King and, - grantstowards relief of Scottish army, - proposals affecting right of Scottish residents in England to have voice in, - Scottish Treaty proposals to be presented to, - examination of persons suspected of being involved in conspiracy against.
Sir Beniamin Rudierd his speech in behalfe of the clergie and of parishes miserably destitute of instruction through want of maintenance by: Rudyerd, Benjamin, Sir, Published: ().
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Transcripts of Ralegh's speech have been printed in his Remains (London, ).Works (), I,VIII,and elsewhere. Copies range from verbatim transcripts to summaries of the speech, they usually form part of an account of Ralegh's execution, they have various headings, and the texts differ considerably.
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