|Author:||Miege, Guy, 1644-1718?|
|Title:||The new state of England under Their Majesties K. William and Q. Mary in three parts ... / by G.M.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, MI ; Oxford (UK) :: Text Creation Partnership,
2011-12 (EEBO-TCP Phase 2).
|Series:||Early English books online text creation partnership. Navigations series.|
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The new state of England under Their Majesties K. William and Q. Mary in three parts ... / by G.M.
Miege, Guy, 1644-1718?
London: Printed by H.C. for Jonathan Robinson ..., 1691.
TO THE READER.
table of contents
THE TABLE For the First PART.
The Table FOR THE SECOND PART.
The Table FOR THE THIRD PART.
THE NEW STATE OF ENGLAND. PART I.
Of the Isles of Scilly.
Of the Isle of Man.
Isle of Man
Of Portland and Purbeck.
Of the Isle of Wight.
The Kentish Isles, Thanet and Shepey.
Of the Islands along the Sea-Coast of Northumberland.
Other Places of Note in this County.
THE NEW STATE OF ENGLAND. PART II.
The most valorous Souldiers of this Country, when possessed by the Britains, were
Scholars of most note,
For Men of other Studies,
THE NEW STATE OF ENGLAND. PART III. Of the Courts of Judicature.
And first a List of Their Majesties Houshold-Officers and Servants, attending their present Service, according to the late Establish∣ment.
To the Great Chamber.
A List of the Gentlemen Pensio∣ners, under
A List of the Yeomen of the Gard-Officers.
Officers of the four Troops of Horse.
A List of the Officers of the Ox∣ford Regiment.
Here follows a List of the principal Officers of the Foot-Gards.
Of the First Regiment.
A List of Their Majesties Servants in the Chappel Royal, at Whitehall.
A List of the Officers and Servants of the Queens Houshold.
Officers and Servants of the Stables.
Her Majesties Women Servants.
A List of the present Nobility, and Bishops.
A True List of the Knights, Citi∣zens, and Burgesses of the Par∣liament at Westminster, in Octo∣ber, 1690.
BARONS of the Cinque-Ports (16.)
A List of the Lords, and others, of His Majesties most Honourable Pri∣vy Council; with the Clerks of the Council.
A List of the Lords Commissioners, and other Officers of the Court of Chancery.
A List of the Judges, and Officers of the Court of Kings Bench.
A List of the Judges, and Officers of the Court of Common Pleas.
A List of the Judges, and Officers of the Court of Exchequer.
Of the Dutchy of Lancaster.
Their Majesties Attorney and Solli∣citor General, Sergeants, and Council at Law.
Sergeants at Law.
A List of the Lords Commissioners of the Treasury, and other Officers, appointed for Managing Their Majesties Revenue.
Officers of the Custom Revenue.
Officers of the Excise.
A List of the Officers of the Mint in the Tower of London.
A List of the Officers of the Ord∣nance.
The Lords Commissioners of the Ad∣miralty, and of the Admirals.
A List of the Commissioners, and o∣ther Principal Officers belonging to the Navy.
Of the Martial Court.
A List of the Lords Lieutenants.
A List of the Knights made by His Present Majesty, King William.
A List of the present Deans, both in England and Wales.
The Prerogative Office, or Registry for the Prerogative Wills, in the Arch-Bishoprick of Canterbury.
The London Colledge of Physicians.
The present Lord Mayor, and Alder∣men of London.
The Lieutenancy of London.
A List containing the Names of the present Chancellor, Vice-Chancel∣lor, Heads of Colledges and Halls, Proctors, Orator, and Professors, in the Ʋniversity of Oxford.
A List of the Chancellor, Vice-Chan∣cellor, Heads of the Colledges and Halls, Proctors, Orator, and Pro∣fessors, in the Ʋniversity of Cambridge.