A declaration of the convention of estates in Scotland, concerning their armie

with their reasons for continuance thereof untill March next; and in what manner the officers and souldiers shall be paid. Dated at Edinburgh October 15, 1647. Together with an exhortation of the General Assembly of the Kirk of Scotland, unto the Scots merchants and other their country-people scattered in Poland, Swedland, Denmark and Hungary
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Printed by E. Tyler ..., for Robert Bostock , Edinburgh, And re-printed at London
Scotland -- History -- Charles I, 1625
SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 2254:32
The Physical Object
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Pagination[2], 6 p
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Get this from a library. A declaration of the convention of estates in Scotland, concerning their armie: with their reasons for continuance therof untill March next ; and in what manner the officers and souldiers shall be paid.

Dated at Edinburgh Octo Together with an exhortation of the Generall Assembly of the Kirk of Scotland, unto the Scots Merchants and other their country. Get this from a library. A declaration of the convention of estates in Scotland, concerning their armie: with their reasons for continuance thereof untill March next ; and in what manner the officers and souldiers shall be paid.

Dated at Edinburgh Octo Together with an exhortation of the General Assembly of the Kirk of Scotland, unto the Scots merchants and other their country.

The Convention of Estates of Scotland was a sister institution to the Scottish Parliament which sat from the early sixteenth century. Initially it was only attended by the clergy and nobles, but the burgh commissioners were later added. The Convention of Estates differed from Parliament in that it could be summoned by the King for the limited purpose of raising taxation, but could not pass.

The Convention of Estates sat between 16 March and 5 June to determine the settlement of the Scottish throne, following the deposition of James VII in the Glorious Convention of the Estates of Scotland was a sister-institution to Parliament, comprising the three estates of bishops, barons and representatives of the Burghs.

A large declaration concerning the late tumults in Scotland, from their first originalls: together with a particular deduction of the seditious practices of the prime leaders of the Covenanters Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This : A declaration of the Committee of Estates of the Parliament of Scotland: in vindication of their proceedings from the aspersions of a scandalous pamphlet, published by that excommunicate traytor, James Grahame, under the title of A Declaration of James Marques of Montrosse, etc., printed in the year, ; together with a declaration and warning unto all the members of this kirk and kingdom Pages: The document is known today as the "Declaration of Arbroath" or "The Scottish Declaration of Independence." It is kept in a shallow glass case in the Register House of Edinburgh.

At the time this famous document was drawn up a two year peace was in effect between Scotland and England. The Convention of Estates, A t times when the King had not authorised a full assembly of the Scottish Parliament (the "Estates of Parliament"), a Convention could be called for a specific purpose, usually to raise taxes or to pass temporary legislation to be ratified by a later Parliament.

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Initially it was only attended by the clergy and nobles, but the burgh commissioners were later added. Like its predecessor General Council it played an important role in political and legislative affairs in Scotland in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.

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A declaration from the Generall Assemblie of the kingdome of Scotland in answer to a declaration sent by the Parliament of England, concerning the King and kingdome. Whereing [sic] they declare, in the name of the kingdome of Scotland, their sense and resolution touching the Kings Majesty, and the kingdome of England, in relation to His.

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An humble representation from His Excellencie Sir Thomas Fairfax, and the Councel of the Armie concerning their past endeavours, and now finall desires for the puting of the souldiery into constant pay: for the immediate disburthening the Kingdom of free quarter, the prevention of any further encrease of arrears, and in order to the better.

The further report of the Commissioners and Trustees Appointed to Enquire into the Forfeited Estates in England, and Ireland, and elsewhere (except Scotland) presented to the honourable House of Commons, Wednesday the 6th day of February, Table of Contents.

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JOHNSTON, (SIR) ARCHIBALD, of Warriston, (a judge by the designation of lord Warriston,) an eminent lawyer and statesman, was the son of James Johnston of Beirholm in Annandale, a descendant of the family of Johnston in Aberdeen-shire, and who for some time followed a commercial life in Edinburgh, being mentioned in a charter ofas "the king’s merchant.".

An Institute of the Law of Scotland By John Erskine of Carnock Printed In Edinburgh For Bell & Bradfute. The Volume is in Very Good Condition rebacked, retaining the contemporary ruled calf boards, with the new cloth spine, with gilt lettering, and with the leaf edges red speckled.

Externally the boards are lightly scuffed in general, with the board corners bumped, and with little. Next April the Scottish Convention 81 of Estates pointed out that he had assumed the regal power in Scotland, and acted as king, without taking the oath required by law, whereby the king is obliged to swear to maintain the Protestant religion, and to rule the people according to the laws.

The vast majority of land in Scotland is privately owned, and just people—or percent of the population—own half of this.

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