3 edition of Three speeches spoken in Guild-Hall found in the catalog.
Three speeches spoken in Guild-Hall
Brooke, Robert Greville Baron
by printed for Thomas Bates and Iohn Ball, and are to be sold in the Old-Bayly in London
Written in English
|Genre||Sources, Early works to 1800|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 2305:11|
|Contributions||Vane, Henry, Sir, 1612?-1662.|
|The Physical Object|
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Three speeches spoken in Guild-Hall: concerning His Majesties refusall of a treaty of peace, and what is to be done thereupon. Two of them spoken by the Lord Brook, and one by Sir Henry Vane, on Tuesday the 8. of Novemb. Early English books,E, no.
Responsibility: two of them spoken by the Lord Brook and one by Sir Henry Vane on Tuesday the 8 of Novem. ; also votes of the Houses of Parliament made on Munday the 7 of Novem. and read in Guild-hall on Tuesday the 8 of Novem. Three speeches spoken in Guild-Hall: concerning His Majesties refusall of a treaty of peace, and what is to be done thereupon.
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Six speeches spoken in the Guild-Hall, London: upon Tuesday in the afternoon Aprill 9, printed in the same order they were spoken one after the other. [Robert Devereux Essex, Earl of; John Glynne, Sir; Gervase Holles; Philip Herbert Pembroke, Earl of; Henry Vane, Sir; Robert Rich Warwick, Earl of;].
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