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Reasons why the supreme authority of the three nations (for the time) is not in the Parliament, but in the new-established Councel of State, consisting of His Excellence the Lord General Cromvvel, and his honourable assessors.

England and Wales. Sovereign (1603-1625 : James I). By the King forasmuch as it cannot be doubted, but as the Kings most excellent Maiestie hath taken great contentment in the most dutifull and deuoted affection of his subiects of this realme ...

England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II). His Majesties declaration for the dissolution of his late Privy-Council, and for constituting a new one, made in the Council-Chamber at Whitehall, April the twentieth, 1679. By His Majesties special command

England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I). His Majesties last declaration, and finall resolution, concerning a speedy accomodation with his high Court of Parliament ; as it was lately delivered by himselfe to the Lords of his Privy Councell in Oxford at a conference there for that purpose. Ordered to be printed