Charles, King of England, I, 1600-1649
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Copies of Parliamentary papers, including speeches, orders, petitions, and declarations. Most printed in Lords Journals or in Rushworth. Includes items from parliaments of Elizabeth I through James II, most between 1630-1680.
Civil War. Collection of letters and state papers, apparently from the papers of John Pym
[Parliamentary speeches and two treatises].
Anonymous MS, written in various scribes' hands. Original limp vellum.
[Miscellanea historica: Collection of papers of historical interest relating to the reigns of James I and Charles I]
Howard of Escrick papers
The papers contain correspondence and documents pertaining to Charles I's expedition to Scotland in 1640 and 1641, including transcripts of letters from John Pym, John Hampden, and the Committees of Parliamentary Instructions and Ordinances.
[Miscellaneous Parliamentary manuscripts]
[Parliamentary speeches, debates, etc., and other miscellaneous manuscripts]
[Parliamentary speeches, debates, etc. and other miscellaneous manuscripts]
[Parliamentary speeches, negotiations, etc., (most from 1640-1641)]
Manuscript, in several unidentified hands, containing tracts on Parliament, verse, etc.
Collection of approximately 50 tracts, almost entirely manuscript, concerning British politics and government. Many document relations between King Charles I and Parliament, including copies of speeches before Commons by Bagshaw, Grimston, Owens, and Pym and copies of petitions to the King by the Scottish Parliament and the Berkshire Grand Jury. Other topics include the royal succession, taxation, and court practices.