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second speech of the honourable Nathaniel Fiennes (second son to the Right Honourable the Lord Say) in the Commons House of Parliament, touching the subjects liberty against the late canons and the new oath.

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Second speech of the honourable Nathaniel Fiennes (second son to the Right Honourable the Lord Say) in the Commons House of Parliament, touching the subjects liberty against the late canons and the new oath by Nathaniel Fiennes Download PDF EPUB FB2

A second speech of the Honovrable Nathanael Fiennes, (second son to the Right Honourable the Lord Say) in the Commons House of Parliament: touching the subjects liberty against the late canons, and the new oath.

(Book, ) [] Get this from a library. A speech of the Honorable Nathanael Fiennes: (second son to the Right Honourable the Lord Say) in answer to the third speech of the Lord George Digby: concerning bishops and the City of Londons petition, both which were made the 9th of Feb.

in the Honourable House of Commons: in which is plainly cleared the severall objections that are made against the Londoners petition: and also the. Get this from a library. A speech of the honorable Nathanael Fiennes (second son to the right honourable the Lord Say) in answer to the third speech of the Lord George Digby.: Concerning bishops and the city of Londons petition both which were made the 9th of Feb.

in the honourable House of Commons. In which is plainly cleared the severall objections that are made against the Londoners. A speech of the Honourable Nathanael Fiennes, second son to the right honourable the Lord Say, in answere to the third speech of the Lord George Digby: concerning bishops and the city of Londons petition: both which were made the 9th of Feb.

in the honourable House of Commons: in which is plainely cleared the severall objections that are made against the Londoners petition and also the. A speech of the Honourable Nathanael Fiennes, second son to the right honourable the Lord Say, in answere to the third speech of the Lord George Digby concerning bishops and the city of Londons petition: both which were made the 9th second speech of the honourable Nathaniel Fiennes book Feb.

in the honourable House of Commons: in which is plainely cleared the severall objections that are made against the Londoners petition and also the. A second speech of the Honovrable Nathanael Fiennes, second son to the right honourable the Lord Say, in the Commons House of Parliament touching the subjects liberty against the late canons and the new oath.

By or A relation made in the House of Commons, by Col: Nathaniel Fiennes, concerning the surrender of the city and castle of Bristoll, August 5. () A second speech of the honourable Nathanael Fiennes, (second son to the right honourable the Lord Say) in the Commons House of Parliament ().

letter, of Februaryhe exchanged opinions on a book with his kinsman Sir Robert Harley, grateful ‘that you were pleased to lett me lighte my candle at yours as having understood thereby 8 D. Fiennes, ‘Inventory of the goods of Nathaniel Fiennes, died ’, Cake and Cockhorse 9 (), 38–48; TNA, PROB11// A speech of the Honourable Nathanael Fiennes, second son to the right honourable the Lord Say, in answere to the third speech of the Lord George Digby concerning bishops and the city of Londons petition: both which were made the 9th of Feb.

in the honourable House of Commons: in which is plainely cleared the severall objections that are made against the Londoners petition and also the. This book has been cited by the following publications. [Fiennes, Nathaniel,] The speech of the right honourable Nathaniel Lord Fiennes, one of the Lord Keepers of the Great Seale of England, made before his Highnesse, and both Houses of Parliament on.

I regret I have been unable to see copies of Pury, A reply made by (Wing, P), Pym, Two speeches delivered (Wing, P), or Saye and Sele, A speech of (Wing, SA). These publications are probably all variant editions of speeches already included in my survey.

References of the form E(33) are to item numbers in the Thomason collection. Early life and education. Fiennes was born into the aristocratic Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes family and raised in 14th-century Broughton Castle in Oxfordshire, the youngest of five children of Nathaniel Fiennes, 21st Baron Saye and Sele (born ) and Mariette née Salisbury-Jones.

His elder sister is the artist Susannah Fiennes and his maternal grandfather was soldier and courtier Guy. Nathaniel Fiennes (c. – 16 December ) was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons at various times between and He was an officer in the Parliamentary army during the English Civil War and an active supporter of the republican cause during the Interregnum.

Parliament (HTML at EEBO TCP) A second speech of the Honovrable Nathanael Fiennes, second son to the right honourable the Lord Say, in the Commons House of Parliament touching the subjects liberty against the late canons and the new oath.

([London?: s.n.], ), by Nathaniel Fiennes. FIENNES, NATHANIEL (?–), parliamentarian, second son of William, first viscount Saye and Sele, was born about at Broughton In addition to the speeches and pamphlets above mentioned Fiennes was the author of 1.

‘Speech concerning the proffer of the City of London to disbul. towards the suppression of the Rebellion. Nathaniel Fiennes was born circa 1 He was the son of William Fiennes, 1st Viscount Saye and Sele and Elizabeth Temple.

2 He married, firstly, Elizabeth Eliot, daughter of Sir John Eliot and Rhadagund Gedie, on 11 August at Haynes, Bedfordshire, England. 1,3 He married, secondly, Frances Whitehead, daughter of Richard Whitehead, circa. Nathaniel Fiennes has written: 'A speech of the honourable Nathaniel Fiennes, (second son to the Right Honourable the Lord Say) in answer to the third speech of the Lord George Digby concerning.pp.

This collection includes the speeches of the Lord Falkland and of Nathaniel Fiennes, whose speeches were also published on February 8, on the same date as Digby's.

3 The Lord George Digbie's Apologie For Himselfe, Published the fourth of January, Anno Dom. Printed at. This is a memoir of William Fiennes' childhood living in this castle with his parents and brother who was 11 years his senior and who suffered from epilepsy.

The book is filled with amazements of life in this medieval castle with it's charms of stone arches and ancient trees and family life shared with servants and friends and tourists/5(84). The Online Books Page. Online Books by. William Prynne (Prynne, William, ) A Wikipedia article about this author is available.

Prynne, William,ed.: An Exact Abridgement of the Records in the Tower of London, From the Reign of King Edward the Second, Unto King Richard the Third, of All the Parliaments Holden in Each Kings Reign, and the Several Acts in Every Parliament.

FIENNES, NATHANIEL (c. –) English politician, second son of William, 1st Viscount Saye and Sele, by Elizabeth, daughter of John Temple, of Stow in Buckinghamshire, was born in orand educated at Winchester and at New College, Oxford, where as founder’s kin he was admitted a perpetual fellow in Biography of William Fiennes.

William Fiennes (–) first Viscount Saye and Sele (–), son of Richard Fiennes, lord Saye and Sele, and Constance, daughter of Sir William Kingsmill, was born 28 Mayentered at New College as a fellow-commoner inwas admitted a fellow inand succeeded his father in April (Doyle, Official Baronage, iii.

; Wood, Athenæ.The Honourable Mr. Tawnish was a charming story. The description of the dandy, Tawnish, was dialogue was witty humor was the crackerjack friendship between Dick, Bentley and Jack was unlike any other I have read before now/5(5).