A proclamation although it can no way be doubted, but that his Majesties right and title to his crowns and kingdoms, : is, and was every way compleated by the death of his most royal father of glorious memory, without the ceremony or solemnity of a proclamation: yet since proclamations in such cases have always been used, to the end that all good subjects might upon this occasion testifie their duty and respect; ...
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At end: "Tuesday May 8, 1660. Ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that this proclamation be forthwith printed and published. Will: Jessop Clerk of the Commons House of Parliament.".
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Early English books tract supplement interim guide 1851.c.8.
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