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Edward Nicholas
Edward Nicholas (statesman)
Nicholas, Edward
Nicholas, Edward (Secretary)
Nicholas, Edward (Sir)
Nicolas, Eduardo
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Corporation of London (England). Lord Mayor
Essex, Robert Devereux Earl of, 1591-1646
Goring, George Goring Baron, 1608-1657
Maggs Bros. (auctie, 1920)
Penington, Isaac Sir, 1587?-1660
Pym, John (1584-1643)
Walker, Edward (1612-1677)
Warner, George F.
Warner, George Frederic
Brieven van sir Edward Nicholas (1593-1669), secretaris van staat, geschreven aan sir Edward Walker (1612-1677), garter king-at-arms
copy of a letter sent from his excellencie, Robert, Earle of Essex: to Mr. Pym, a member of the House of Commons., The : Also a order for the printing of Sr Edw. Nicholas his letter, His Majesties secretary, to Sir Will. Boswell his Majesties resident with the States of the united Provinces, whereby the notorious falsities of that letter may appeare to the world, and how as well forraigne states as the good people of this kingdome are misled and abused by the false informations of the wicked and malignant counsellours that are about his Majestie. Read the marginall notes. Together with the true relation of the passages at Sherbourn-Hill, which have relation to the aforesaid letters. Ordered by the Commons, that this be forthwith printed and published. H. Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.
discovery of a great and wicked conspiracy against this kingdom in generall, and the City of London in particular., The : Being a letter [supposed by Col. Goring] sent from the Hague in Holland, and directed to Secretary Nicholas, but intercepted by the way, and read in both Houses of Parliament on Saterday the 26 of November, 1642. Also, what great preparations of money, men, and arms, there is now made in Holland, France, and Denmark, to assist the Kings Majesty in England. With the manner how the said letter was intercepted and taken. Whereunto is added, an order by the Lord Major, for the raising of 30000 l. in the City of London. Die Sabbathi, 26 Novemb. 1642. Ordered by the Lords and Commons now assembled in Parliament, that this letter be forthwith printed and published, and read in all parish churches within the city of London and the suburbs thereof, by the parsons, vicars, or curates of the same. J. Brown Cler. Parliamentorum.
Nicholas papers, The : correspondence of Sir Edward Nicholas, secretary of state