|Other titles||His Highnesse the Lord Protector"s speech to the Parliament in the Painted Chamber, on Tuesday the 12th of September, 1654.|
|Statement||taken by one who stood very near him, and published to prevent mistakes.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 34, , 43 p.|
|Number of Pages||43|
His Highnesse the Lord Protector's Speeches to the Parliament in the Painted Chamber, the one on Munday the 4th of September; the other on Tuesday the of September. , 2 parts in one, part title [Wing C], T.R. and E.M. for G. Sawbridge, A Speech Delivered at a Conference with the Lords, Ianuary , woodcut portrait on title, toning, first and last . The Painted Chamber around The Painted Chamber. The Painted Chamber was perhaps the most spectacular of these rooms. It was built by the King as a private apartment on foundations in parallel to the present-day St Stephen's Hall, and it is said that St Edward the Confessor had died in a room which previously occupied the site. A Lord of the Bedchamber, previously known as a Gentleman of the Bedchamber, was a courtier in the Royal Household; the term was first used in Their duties originally consisted of assisting the monarch with dressing, waiting on him when he ate, guarding access to his bedchamber and closet and providing companionship. About 11 clock the Speaker received a letter from my Lord Protectour, which he forthwith communicated to the Howse, which was to this effect, that he did desire to speake with the Parliament imediatly in the Painted Chamber, whither they forthwith went, and his Highness comeing in spake about a hower and a halfe to them.
To his Highnesse The Lord Protector of the Commonwealth of England, Scotland and Ireland The Humble Adresses of Menasseh Ben Israel 4 ff. + 26 pp. 4° Probably printed in Amsterdam () on the occasion of his visit to England. A second edition, printed in another printing offics, (4 ff. + 23 pp.) has probably been printed in Londen. Signed sketch by Capon showing an exterior view of the old House of Lords. The drawing is annotated everywhere, presumably as a guide to a more finished drawing, eg: \'stock brick, stained and dirty\',\'greenish slate very light in colour\', \'plain wall, dirty yellow bricks\'etc. Possibly a drawing for Capon\'s picture, exhib RA , \'An external view of the Old House ofLords in . Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. To His Highness the Lord Protector, and the Parliament of England, &c.: Chidley, Samuel. [London: s.n., ] Subject terms: Contents. View entire text. To his Highness the Lord Protector, and the Parliament of England, &c. Powered by DLXS To comment or inquire about content, contact [email protected] To report errors.
The Army created by Parliament to fight Charles I in the English Civil War - led by Oliver Cromwell. Court of Star Chamber. Marched his army into Parliament (which is illegal) he failed as Lord Protector after his father's death - resigned. General Monk. A privy chamber was the private apartment of a royal residence in England.. The Gentlemen of the Privy Chamber were noble-born servants to the Crown who would wait and attend on the King in private, as well as during various court activities, functions and entertainments. In addition, six of these gentlemen were appointed by the Lord Chamberlain, together with a peer, and the . Alan William John West, Baron West of Spithead, GCB, DSC, PC (born 21 April ) is a retired admiral of the Royal Navy and formerly, from June to May , a Labour Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State at the British Home Office with responsibility for security and a security advisor to Prime Minister Gordon to his ministerial appointment, he was First Sea Battles/wars: Falklands War, Iraq War. Lords and Commons: How parliament began and how i works Unknown Binding – January 1, by Hansard Society (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Enter your mobile number or email address below and Author: Hansard Society.