The Constitutional Documents of the Puritan Revolution 1625-1660

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CONTENTS
PART I.
1. PAGE
2.
1. Speech of Sir Nathaniel Rich, proposing terms on which the House of Commons may be prepared to grant Supply1
3.
2. Protestation of the Commons2
4.
3. Documents relating to the Impeachment of the Duke of Buckingham3
5.
4. The Restraint of the Earls of Arundel and Bristol44
6.
5. The King's Letter and Instructions for the collection of a Free Gift46
7.
6. Commission for raising Tonnage and Poundage with Impositions49
8.
7. The Commission and Instructions for raising the Forced Loan in Middlesex51
9.
8. The case of the Five Knights, before the Court of King's Bench57
PART II.
9.
9. Notes of a Bill brought in by Sir Edward Coke to secure the liberties of the subject65
10.
10. The Petition of Right66
11.
11. The Remonstrance against Tonnage and Poundage70
12.
12. The King's Speech at the Prorogation of Parliament at the end of the Session of 162873
13.
13. The King's Declaration ppgnumixed to the Articles of Religion75
14.
14. Resolutions on Religion drawn by a Sub-Committee of the House of Commons77
15.
15. Protestation of the House of Commons82
16.
16. The King's Declaration showing the causes of the late Dissolution83
17.
17. The Declaration of Sports99
18.
18. Act of the Privy Council on the position of the Communion Table at St. Gregory's103
19.
19. Specimen of the first Writ of Ship-money105
20.
20. The King's Case laid before the Judges, with their Answer108
21.
21. Extracts from the Speech of Oliver St. John in the Shipmoney Case109

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