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King Richard the Third Revived. Containing A memorable Petition and Declaration contrived by him- self and his Instruments, whiles Protector, in the name of the three Estates of England, to importune and perswade him to accept the Kingship, and Crown of England, by their joynt Election, (as if he were unwil- ling to undertake, or accept, though he most ambiti- ously aspired after them,) by the bloudy murthers of K. Henry 6. Edward 5. and sundry others, before his Coronation; presented afterwards to, and confirmed by the three Estates and himself, in his first Parliament, to give him a colourable Title both by Inheritance, and their Election to the Crown. Transcribed out of the Parliament Roll of 1.R.2. (printed in Speeds History of Great Britain:) where his other Additionall Poli- cies to engage the City of London, Lawyers, Divines and People, to own, and make him their King, are at large recorded. ... (9 lines). Preview this item
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King Richard the Third Revived. Containing A memorable Petition and Declaration contrived by him- self and his Instruments, whiles Protector, in the name of the three Estates of England, to importune and perswade him to accept the Kingship, and Crown of England, by their joynt Election, (as if he were unwil- ling to undertake, or accept, though he most ambiti- ously aspired after them,) by the bloudy murthers of K. Henry 6. Edward 5. and sundry others, before his Coronation; presented afterwards to, and confirmed by the three Estates and himself, in his first Parliament, to give him a colourable Title both by Inheritance, and their Election to the Crown. Transcribed out of the Parliament Roll of 1.R.2. (printed in Speeds History of Great Britain:) where his other Additionall Poli- cies to engage the City of London, Lawyers, Divines and People, to own, and make him their King, are at large recorded. ... (9 lines).

Author: William Prynne; Edward, King of England; Henry, King of England; Richard, King of England; John Speed
Publisher: London, 1657.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William Prynne; Edward, King of England; Henry, King of England; Richard, King of England; John Speed
OCLC Number: 613977794
Description: (1), 9 pages ; 18.3 x 14.2 cm

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