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Fri Mar 21 17:03:52 2014 UTClccn-n861165950.00Signed document0.761.00Anno regni Georgii II. Regis Magnæ Britanniæ, Franciæ, & Hiberniæ, decimo. : At the Parliament begun and holden at Westminster, the fourteenth day of January, Anno Dom. 1734 ... And from thence continued to the first day of February, 1736121353688n 861165951720476Great Britain. Sovereigns, etc., 1727-1760 (George II)lccn-n83041856GeorgeIIKing of Great Britain1683-1760hnrlccn-n79017964Great BritainParliamentlccn-n79023147Great Britainlccn-n79006861Great BritainRoyal Navylccn-n80001216Great BritainParliamentHouse of Lordslccn-no90019613Society of the Free British Fisherylccn-n80017877Great BritainSovereign (1760-1820 : George III)lccn-n50047915GeorgeIKing of Great Britain1660-1727nc-georgiaGeorgialccn-no90025551Holderness, Robert D'ArcyEarl of1718-1778Great BritainSovereign (1727-1760 : George II)HistoryChartersSourcesTreatiesChurch historyGreat BritainUnited StatesAmerican Revolution (1775-1783)Political scienceJacobite Rebellion (1715)George--II,--King of Great Britain,Seven Years' War (1756-1763)Austrian Succession, War of (1740-1748)Passes (Transportation)Spain--MinorcaSociety of the Free British FisheryEducation and stateIrelandIncorporated Society in Dublin for Promoting English Protestant Schools in IrelandAtlantic herring fisheriesGeorge--II,--King of Great Britain,Anglo-French War (1755-1763)FisheriesWagesGreat Britain.--Royal NavyMilitary campaignsFrench and Indian War (United States : 1754-1763)Educational law and legislationCorn laws (Great Britain)Commercial policyGrain trade--Law and legislationCorn--MarketingInternational relationsFrancePortugalDisaster reliefEarthquakesEconomic assistance, BritishRoyal Hospital for Seamen at GreenwichAllegianceGeorge--III,--King of Great Britain,EuropeTreaty of Utrecht (1713)Pacific herring fisheriesFasts and feastsAdulterated coinsCoinsCoinageMoneyKing George's War (United States : 1744-1748)War, Declaration ofColoniesSiege of Mahón (Spain : 1756)Spain--MahónMilitary readiness17231727172817291730173117321733173417351736173717381739174017411742174317441745174617471748174917501751175217531754175517561757175817591760176117641766177017731778177917801798180618191839185418831922193319421946195519741979198019821984198519861991200020042005148795481018330AC438726ocn509563749file17330.76Great BritainBy the King, a proclamation for a general fastHistoryTreatiesSourcesClarifies the distribution of prize money stipulated by the Lords Justices' proclamation of June 19, 174032813ocn065347913file17500.86Society of the Free British FisheryHis Majesty's royal charter, granted on the eleventh day of October, 1750, in the twenty-fourth year of the reign of King George the Second, for incorporating the Society of the Free British Fishery with power to make by-laws, &c., for the improvement of the British white herring fisheries, and better regulation of the trade thereof, and for preventing frauds and impositions in the management of the sameCharters30221ocn642210200file17440.79Great BritainHis Majesty's declaration of war against the French kingHistorySources2604ocn065347299file17560.84Great BritainBy the King, a proclamation, for putting the laws in execution against forestalling, regrating, and engrossing of corn2074ocn065346602file17560.81Considerations on the addresses lately presented to His Majesty, on occasion of the loss of Minorca in a letter to a member of ParliamentHistory2049ocn083353169file17270.73Great BritainHis Majesties commission for building fifty new churches1878ocn083278999file17470.73Great BritainHis Majesty's most gracious speech to both Houses of Parliament, on Wednesday the 17th day of June, 1747HistorySources1867ocn083522292file17390.73Great BritainHis Majesty's most gracious speech to both Houses of Parliament, on Thursday the fourteenth day of June, 17391867ocn083278996file17440.73Great BritainHis Majesty's most gracious speech to both Houses of Parliament, on Tuesday the twenty-seventh day of November, 1744History1858ocn083278982file17470.73Great BritainHis Majesty's most gracious speech to both Houses of Parliament, on Thursday the twelfth day of November 1747HistorySources1847ocn083278993file17460.76Great BritainHis Majesty's most gracious speech to both Houses of Parliament, on Tuesday the eighteenth day of November, 1746History1837ocn083402234file17320.73Great BritainHis Majesty's most gracious speech to both Houses of Parliament, on Thursday the first day of June 1732HistoryThe King speaks about the happy state and situation of the public affairs at home and abroad, and of the concurrence of the States General in signing the Treaty of Vienna, which has brought peace to Europe17215ocn510734155file17560.76Great BritainHis Majesty's most gracious speech to both Houses of Parliament, on Thursday the second day of December, 17561625ocn508714006file17380.70Great BritainHis Majesty's most gracious speech to both Houses of Parliament, on Thursday the first day of February, 1738HistorySources1624ocn508464234file17420.70Great BritainHis Majesty's most gracious speech to both Houses of Parliament, on Thursday the fifteenth day of July, 1742History1614ocn508464231file17400.70Great BritainHis Majesty's most gracious speech to both Houses of Parliament, on Tuesday the eighteenth day of November, 1740History15816ocn084806289file17550.76Great BritainHis Majesty's most gracious speech to both Houses of Parliament, on Thursday the thirteenth day of November, 1755History1587ocn062810922file17440.81Great BritainA copy of the declaration of war of the King of Great Britain, against the French KingHistory1267ocn065342477file17330.79Incorporated Society in Dublin for Promoting English Protestant Schools in IrelandA copy of His Majesty's royal charter for erecting English Protestant schools in the kingdom of Ireland with the contents of each clause in the marginChurch historyCharters1248ocn083278979file17370.73Great BritainHis Majesty's most gracious speech to both Houses of Parliament, on Tuesday the twenty first day of June, 1737History1296ocn642218538file17600.76Great BritainThe humble address of the Right Honourable the Lords Spiritual and Temporal in Parliament assembled, presented to His Majesty on Wednesday the nineteenth day of November, 1760. With His Majesty's most gracious answer1102ocn642466527com17450.73The humble address of the wine-merchants, brewers, bakers, butchers, &c. of the city of York, to their worthy patrons, Hippocrates ObstetriciusHistory1038ocn456802101com17610.88New York (Colony)Whereas it hath pleased Almighty God to call to his mercy our late Sovereign Lord King George the Second, of blessed and glorious memory, by whose decease the imperial crown of Great-Britain ... are solely and rightfully come to the high and mighty Prince George, Prince of Wales ... Given at the Council chamber, in New-York, the seventeenth day of January, one thousand seven hundred and sixty one1013ocn642367479com17450.79Church of EnglandThe humble address of the Archbishop Bishops, and Clergy of the Province Of Canterbury, In Convocation assembled, presented to His Majesty, On Saturday the Nineteenth Day of October, 1745. With His Majesty's most gracious answerHistoryPamphlets981ocn083278017file17460.76Marriott, Samuel BeresfordGeneral remarks upon the nature of allegiance due to the sovereign from the subject &c. &c. &c. Founded upon law and scripture. Humbly offered to the consideration of all his Majesty's true Protestant subjects, who are sincere lovers of their King and country294ocn016825861book17600.84The Humble address of the Right Honourable the Lords spiritual and temporal in Parliament assembled in die Martis, 18 Novembris, 1760161ocn723152300file17450.47Church of EnglandThe humble address of the Archbishop Bishops, and Clergy of the Province Of Canterbury, In Convocation assembled, presented to His Majesty, On Saturday the Nineteenth Day of October, 1745. With His Majesty's most gracious answerHistoryPamphlets161ocn740844634file17460.47General remarks upon the nature of allegiance due to the sovereign from the subject &c. &c. &c. Founded upon law and scripture. Humbly offered to the consideration of all his Majesty's true Protestant subjects, who are sincere lovers of their King and country41ocn006986383book17600.92Noble, DanielBritish and Christian loyalty to worthy princes. A sermon on occasion of the death of his late Majesty, King George the Second, and of the accession of his present Majesty, King George the Third. Preached on the Seventh-Day-Baptist-Congregation, at Mill-Yard, Goodman's Fields, Nov. 8, 1760; at the Rev. Mr. Sandercock's meeting-house, Rotherhithe, on Sunday, Nov. 9; and at Pinners-Hall, on Sunday, Nov. 1631ocn011995983book17371.00Great BritainAnno regni Georgii II. Regis Magnæ Britanniæ, Franciæ, & Hiberniæ, decimo. : At the Parliament begun and holden at Westminster, the fourteenth day of January, Anno Dom. 1734 ... And from thence continued to the first day of February, 173621ocn723031627file17600.47The humble address of the Right Honourable the Lords Spiritual and Temporal in Parliament assembled, presented to His Majesty on Wednesday the nineteenth day of November, 1760. With His Majesty's most gracious answer21ocn015558889book0.92The King of Spain's reasons for not paying 95,000£ stipulated in the convention signed at the Pardo, 14 Jan. 1739, examined to which is added the convention and the separate articles21ocn055584781book17550.86Sibylline leaves, or, Anonymous papers containing a letter to the Lord Mayor of London : with a view of inducing that great metropolis to take the lead in addressing His Majesty for his most gracious and auspicious residence in these kingdoms ... a matter of the highest importance to the safety, honour, and interest of Great Britain : together with an introductory speech to the motion ...HistoryPamphlets11ocn438949737book17420.47Hampton (Richmond upon Thames, London, England)Ironmongers good's deliv'd for His Majesty's service at Hampt. Court, 1742 Mar. 3Receipt for brass plate delivered to Hampton Court and other services. The delivery was during the reign of George II (1727-1760). The receipt is signed by Philip Hind (or Nind)11ocn037895423book1739Great Britainrelating to the Instructions relating to the New Hampshire BoundariesHistorySourcesRoyal memorandum (1739?) from George II relating to the boundary dispute between Massachusetts and New Hampshire11ocn043356150mix1753King, WalterPetition of appeal, 1753 June 6Records and correspondencePetition of appeal, 1753 June 6, presented to the King [George II] in council to reverse the decree of the Virginia General Court (sitting as a Court in Chancery) in the lawsuit of Walter King v. Charles Lewis and Lewis Burwell concerning ownership of a tract of land ["The Fork"] in Albemarle County, Va. Includes answers, depositions, and powers of attorney concerning George Braxton (1678?-1748), George Braxton (d. 1761), Richard Corbin, Dudley Digges, Benjamin Edwards, Micajah Perry, Philip Perry, and "Buckingham," Albemarle County, Va11ocn221595586book1955Signed documentDocument signed, St. James, April 28 1755, ordering the payment of 535 pounds for purchasing presents for the Bey of Tripoli, countersigned by the Duke of Newcastle and others. Attached to the document is a list of presents. With portrait, bound in brown morroco11ocn040457233book1749Thomlinson, Johnto the King's most excellt. Majesty in CouncilHistorySourcesRecords and correspondenceContemporary copy of a petition written by John Thomlinson to th e King in council dated Jan. 4, 174901ocn078228030book1727Harvard UniversityAddress of President and Fellows to King GeorgeHistoryFri Mar 21 15:09:56 EDT 2014batch35503