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A letter from Henry Herbert, 4th Baron, of Cherbury,

  • NLW MS 9346B.
  • File
  • 1679 /

A letter, 22 December 1679, from Henry Herbert, 4th Baron of Cherbury, to Arthur Herbert, vice-admiral of the Fleet in the Mediterranean, relating to his election contest against Lord Powis and the fear of popery.

Herbert of Cherbury, Henry Herbert, Baron, d. 1691

Central government papers,

Official papers deriving from administrative procedures of central government, dated between 1581 and 1887, consisting of manuscript copies and published versions of speeches, addresses and official letters, Acts of Parliament, petitions and cases...

Kemeys-Tynte Estate Papers,

  • GB 0210 KEMNTE
  • Fonds
  • 1441, 1570-1888

Estate and family records of the Kemeys and Kemeys-Tynte families of Cefnmabli, Monmouthshire, including surveys, valuations, rentals, and accounts, 1570-[early 19 cent.]; probate records, deeds, and legal papers, 1586-[1850s]; geneaological paper...

Kemeys-Tynte family, of Cefn Mabli

Parliamentary Papers of Speaker Williams

  • NLW MS 23993D.
  • File
  • 1680-1694

A collection of printed Votes of the House of Commons, 21 October 1680-10 January 1681 (ff. 26-100), and 21-28 March 1681 (ff. 130-136), together with other printed parliamentary acts, speeches, and proclamation, all kept and some annotated by Wil...

Williams, William, Sir, 1634-1700

Parliamentary procedure & songs,

  • NLW MS 10615D
  • File
  • [1632x1678].

An incomplete copy of a treatise signed 'Cornwell 24 April 1632', on 'the expedition of bills in the Commons'; a copy of 'Sir Wm. Scroggs's speech to the Lord Chancellor upon his receiving his commission of Judge of y...

The liberty of the subject,

A transcript of proceedings in Parliament concerning the liberty of the subject, 1628, including speeches and arguments by Sir Dudley Diggs, Mr Littleton, Mr Seldine and Sir Edward Cooke, and 'the obiections by the King's Councell'.