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Author: England and Wales. Parliament.
Title: The Parliaments vindication of Iohn Pym Esquire from His Majesties exception against him.: Occasioned from his speech delivered at a conference with both Houses Jan. 25. 1641 concerning licenses granted by His Majesties immediate warrant, to many of the chiefe commanders now in the head of the rebells in Ireland, for their transporting thither, since the ports were stopt by both Houses of Parliament, against all Irish papists. In which vindication are, 1. Mr. Pym his speech. 2. His Majesties message concerning his speech. 3. The Commons answer to the message. 4. His Majesties reply to the Commons answer. 5. The Commons answer to the reply. 6. His Majesties second reply. Ordered by the Commons House of Parliament, that Mr. Pym his speech, His Majesties message concerning his speech, the commons answer to the message, His Majesties reply to the Commons answer, the Commons answer to that reply, and His Majesties second reply, be forthwith printed together and published. H. Elsynge Cler. Parl. D. Com.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The Parliaments vindication of Iohn Pym Esquire from His Majesties exception against him.: Occasioned from his speech delivered at a conference with both Houses Jan. 25. 1641 concerning licenses granted by His Majesties immediate warrant, to many of the chiefe commanders now in the head of the rebells in Ireland, for their transporting thither, since the ports were stopt by both Houses of Parliament, against all Irish papists. In which vindication are, 1. Mr. Pym his speech. 2. His Majesties message concerning his speech. 3. The Commons answer to the message. 4. His Majesties reply to the Commons answer. 5. The Commons answer to the reply. 6. His Majesties second reply. Ordered by the Commons House of Parliament, that Mr. Pym his speech, His Majesties message concerning his speech, the commons answer to the message, His Majesties reply to the Commons answer, the Commons answer to that reply, and His Majesties second reply, be forthwith printed together and published. H. Elsynge Cler. Parl. D. Com.
England and Wales. Parliament., Pym, John, 1584-1643.

London: Printed for John Bull, 1643.
Subject terms:
Ireland -- History
Pym, John, -- 1584-1643
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A83365.0001.001

Contents
title page
At a Conference betwixt both HOUSES, concerning divers Petitions presented to the House of Commons; Mr. PYM appointed to manage that Conference.
The Petitions being read by foure Members of the House, Mr. Pym resumed his discourse.
His Majesties Message sent to the House of Commons, concerning Licences granted by his Majesty, to severall persons to passe into IRELAND.
The Answer of the House of Commons.
His Majesties Reply to the House of Commons Answer, Concerning Licences granted by the King to persons to goe into IRELAND.
To this the Answer is:
The Answer of both Houses of Parliament to the Kings Message. Sent to his most excellent Majesty, March 16. 1641.
His Majesties Answer to a Message sent to Him by the House of Commons, concerning Licences granted by Him to persons to goe into IRELAND.