British Museum. Catalogue of the pamphlets, books, newspapers, and manuscripts relating to the Civil War, the Commonwealth, and Restoration, collected by George Thomason, 1640-1661: 669.f.24
Folger bibliographic ID: 153215
ESTC number: R36234
Wing number: E782
Folger call number: C7186
Folger holdings ID: 148141
Title taken from caption and opening lines of text Place of publication from Wing; date of publication taken from order-to-print, which is dated according to Lady Day dating Order-to-print at end: Saturday March 17. 1659. At the Council of State at VVhitehal. Ordered, that this proclamation be forthwith printed and published. W. Jessop, Clerk of the Council Annotation on Thomason copy: "March 19"
Item information about Folger C7186
215108.3. Bound with 57 other proclamations, 1660-1665. Provenance: armorial bookplates (front and back) of Sir Francis Fust dated 1662 (mottoes: Terrena per vices sunt aliena; Swift and true) - armorial bookplate of Crump
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Extended title: By the Council of State. A Proclamation. : Whereas the Parliament assembled at Westminster the third of November 1640. is now dissolved, and the care and preservation of the publick in this interval, is in a special manner, committed by authority of Parliament, to the Council of State, which trust they are obliged and resolved in the strength of God, to perform with all faithfulness to the publick safety. ...