Letters Archaeological and Historical Relating to the Isle of Wight, Tom 2

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The Earls of Newport and Society in the Elizabethan
83
Richard Weston Earl of Portland Governor of the Isle
89
Alexander Ross Vicar of Carisbrooke A D 16341654
103
Jerome Second Earl of Portland Captain and Governor of
111
Freshwater and Robert Hooke A D 16351702
123
Case of John Worsley of Gatcombe I W in the Court of High
130
How the Sunday was kept in Newport by some A D 1639
137
Henry Duke of Gloucester youngest son of Charles I 1640
146
Wight A D 16311634 1
159
The Dingley Arms in Winchester Cathedral
170
A Letter from Robert Dillington to Sir John Oglander December
179
A Contested Election at Newport I W A D 1645
187
The Trattle Family
199
The Secret Conditions of the Scotch Commissioners with
205
Letter from the Mayor of Newport I W about John Chandler
216
Christmas in Carisbrooke Castle A D 1647
224
Charles Is Last Coming to the Island A D 1647
232
Colonel Robert Hammond Captain and Governor of the Isle
234
The Treaty of Newport A D 1648
246
Sir Edward Walker Knight Secretary and Writer to Charles I
254
Sir John Bowring and Charles I at Carisbrooke Castle
265
James Harrington in attendance on Charles I at Carisbrooke
275
Mrs Whorwood and the Second Attempt of Charles I to escape
282
Carisbrooke Castle September 15 A D 1648
289
Carisbrooke Castle during the Second Civil War A D 1648
297
The Seizure of Charles I at Newport and his removal to Hurst
305
The Scene of the Execution of Charles I
313
Sir Henry Vane a prisoner in Carisbrooke Castle A D 1655 I
326
The Puritan Pulpit in Carisbrooke Church A D 1658
335
Lord Colepeper Governor of the Isle of Wight A D 16601667
342
The Christian Family of the Isle of Man and Cumberland
352

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Strona 364 - ... unfeigned assent and consent to all and everything contained in the Book of Common Prayer, but by the framers of the Rubric themselves immediately after the confirmation of it by Act of Parliament.
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