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The speech of the Right Honourable Henry Powle, Esq., speaker of the House of Commons

The speech of the Right Honourable Henry Powle, Esq., speaker of the House of Commons

delivered to the King and Queen"s Majesties, at the banqueting-house in White-Hall, Friday, April 12, 1689, with His Majesty"s answer thereto

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Published by Printed by Charles Bill and Thomas Newcomb ... in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Kings and rulers -- Succession,
  • Great Britain -- History -- William and Mary, 1689-1702

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 820:8
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination4 p
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16870651M

    This is the most famous monologue from Henry V, and with good reason. These inspiring lines are delivered to the rabble of brave English soldiers who are about to go into battle (the famous Battle of Agincourt) against thousands of French bered, the soldiers wish they had more men to fight, but Henry V interrupts them, declaring that they have just enough men to make : Wade Bradford. Henry comments to Wolsey that he must be too busy contemplating spiritual matters to consider the earthly world, but Wolsey says he has time for both. Henry reminds Wolsey that Henry's father gave him his post, and Wolsey has been a right-hand man throughout Henry's own reign.

      Henry Irving (actor) recites Shakespeare Henry VIII = Cardinal Wolsey's speech ( brown wax) - Duration: Tim Gracyk views. A Speech to the Lords and Commons of the Parliament at White-Hall () the state of monarchy is the supremest thing upon earth. For kings are not only God's lieutenants upon earth, and sit upon God's throne, but even by God himself they are called gods. There be three principal similitudes that illustrates the state of Size: 37KB.

    On 24th December , King Henry VIII made his final speech to Parliament. Historian Robert Hutchinson describes the speech as “both measured and compelling”, and writes of how Henry wanted “to impart a stern message” to all of his subjects. Lord Chancellor Thomas Wriothesley would normally have given the address, but Wriothesley was unpopular at [ ]. Patrick Henry Speech Words | 4 Pages. The reason Patrick Henry orated the speech, "Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death," is to convince the House of Burgesses that there is no other alternative but war. Henry starts off by acknowledging the patriotism and .


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Exercise of executive functions at Washington City and elsewhere. Message from the President of the United States, in response to a resolution of the House of Representatives, passed on the 3d day of April, requesting the President of the United States to inform the House of Representatives whether any executive offices, acts, or duties, and, if any, what, have within a specified period been performed at a distance from the seat of government established by law, &c.

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The speech of the Right Honourable Henry Powle, Esq., speaker of the House of Commons: delivered to the King and Queen's Majesties, at the banqueting-house in White-Hall, Friday, Apwith His Majesty's answer thereto.

by: Powle, Henry, Published: (). Henry Powle (18 October – 21 November ) was an English lawyer and politician who sat in the House of Commons at various times between and He was Speaker of the House of Commons from January to February He was also Master of the Rolls.

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Wilkes, Friday, February 3, book. Read reviews from world’s largest comm Author: George Grenville. This speech, given on 24 Decemberwas recorded by a member of Parliament.

These words bring Henry VIII’s personality to life – at times belligerent, then coaxing, mixing flattery and threats. Unlike his descendants, Henry had few problems with parliament; his domination of its members was legendary.

Excerpt from The Speeches of the Right Honourable the Earl of Chatham in the Houses of Lords and Commons Mr. Pitt, when a boy at Eton, was the pride and boast of the school.

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by Fox, James M.,Aylott and Jones edition, in EnglishPages: The Convention meets. ; Earl of Wiltshire proposes Mr. Powle to be Speaker. ; Who is plac'd in the Chair.

January the 22d, the Commons being conven'd, agreeable to the Letters issued by the Prince of Orange, at the Desire of the Lords, Commons, and Citizens of London, the Earl of Wiltshire put the House in mind that the first Business to be done was to chuse a Speaker, and that there was an.

Powle died intestate on 21 Nov. after a few days’ sickness, the victim of ‘a kind of bastard apoplexy’, and was buried at Quenington. His only child, a daughter, was the wife of Henry Ireton* who succeeded to Powle’s estates and his interest at Cirencester Ref Volumes: Author: Andrew A.

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