Contains 15 Results:
"A Manuscript being an Exact Coppy of the Debate att large between the House of Lords and House of Commons. Att the free Conference held in the Painted Chamber...", 1688/89 January 22-February 15
"Upon Ye Peace", 1697
Typescript copy of "Upon Ye Peace, 1697" declaring that "We think fit...to give notice to all whom it may concern, that we cannot allow any [soldiers] to come to continue at the place of our residence without their having first obtained our special licence for it." No original
An order for a public thanksgiving, 1688 January 22
An order for a public thanksgiving "to Almighty God for having made his Highness the Prince of Orange, the Glorious Instrument of the Great Deliverance of this Kingdom from Popery and Arbitrary Power." The thanksgiving day set to be Thursday, Febrary 14.
Order calling on the Prince of Orange to take administrative charge of Great Britain., 1688 December 25
Letter, 1688 December 4
Letter, circa 1688 January 30
Warrant, 1691 October 23
Black and white print, 5 6/8" x 8 1/4" of William III. Printed and sold by Tho. Bakewell next to Ye Horn Tavern in Fleetstreet.
One color photograph 4" x 5 3/4" of Christopher Wren's grave in St. Paul's Cathedral, London.
Military document, 1688 January 9
A document signed by William III in the early days of his invasion of England. Dates from the interregnum, and signed on the day that the first members of the Convention were chosen. Describes fees to pay the armed forces: £ 3,000 to the Treasurer of the Ordinance and the Treasurer of the Navy, £ 1,500 to the Earl of Ranelagh "for the forces," and £ 1,500 to the Queen Dowager, Catherine of Braganza. William III signed as "G Prince d'Orange" his official title at the time.