|Title:||At the Council-Chamber in Whitehall, Monday the 22, of October, 1688|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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At the Council-Chamber in Whitehall, Monday the 22, of October, 1688
Edinburgh: Re-printed by the Heir of Andrew Anderson, Printer to His Most Sacred Majesty, 1688.
James, -- Prince of Wales, 1688-1766.
James -- II, -- King of England, 1633-1701.
Mary, -- of Modena, Queen, consort of James II, King of England, 1658-1718.
Great Britain -- History -- 1689-1714.
To whom His Majesty Spake to this Effect.
Whereupon the Queen Dowager was pleased to say,
And the following Depositions were all taken upon Oath.
Elizabeth Lady Marchioness of Powis Deposeth.
Anne Countess of Aran Deposeth,
Penelope Countess of Peterborow Deposeth,
Anne Countess of Sunderland Deposeth,
Isabella Countess of Roscomon Deposeth,
Margaret Countess of Fingal Deposeth.
Lady Sophia Bulkeley Deposeth,
Susanna Lady Bellasyse Deposeth,
Henrietta Lady Waldegrave Deposeth,
Mrs. Mary Crane, one of the Gentlewomen of the Bed-chamber to the Queen Dowager, Deposeth.
Dame Isabella Wentworth, one of the Gentlewomen of the Bed-chamber to the Queen, deposeth,
Dame Catherine Sayer, one of the Gentlewomen of the Bed-Chamber to the Queen Dowager, Deposeth,
Dame Isabella Waldegrave, one of the Gentlewomen of the Bed-Chamber to the Queen, Deposeth.
Mrs. Margaret Dawson, one of the Gentlewomen of the Bed-Chamber to the Queen Deposeth,
Mrs. Elizabeth Bromley one of the Gentlewomen of the Bed-Chamber to the Queen, Deposeth,
Mrs. Pelegrina Turini one of the Gentlewomen of the Bed-Chamber to the Queen, Deposeth,
Mrs. Anna Cary, one of the Gentlewomen of the Bed-Chamber to the Queen Dowa∣ger, Deposeth,
Mrs. Mary Anne Delabadie, Dry Nurse to the Prince, Deposeth,
Mrs. Judith Wilks Deposeth,
Mrs. Elizabeth Pearse, Laundress to the Queen, Deposeth,
Frances Dutches of Richmond and Lenox, Deposeth,
Charlotte Countess of Lichfeild, Deposeth,
Anne Countess of Marischal, Deposeth,
George Lord Jeffreys, Lord Chancellor of England, Deposeth,
Robert Earl of Sunderland, Lord President of His Majesties Privy Council, and principal Secretary of State, deposeth.
Henry Lord Arundel of Wardour, Lord Privy Seal, deposeth,
John Earl of Mulgrave, Lord Chamberlain of His Majesties Houshold, saith, it is not to be expected one of his sex should be able to give full Evidence in such a matter, but Deposeth,
William Earl of Craven, Deposeth,
Lewis Earl of Feversham, Lord Chamberlain to Her Majesty the Queen Dowa∣ger, Deposeth,
Alexander Earl of Morray, Deposeth.
Charles Earl of Middleton one of His Majesties principal Secretaries of State, deposeth,
John Earl of Melfort, deposeth,
Sidney Lord Godolphin, Lord Chamberlain to the Queen, Deposeth,
Sir Stephen Fox, Knight, Deposeth,
Lieut. Col. Edward Griffin, Deposeth,
Sir Charles Scarburgh, First Physician to the King, Deposeth,
Sir Thomas Witherly, second Physician to the King, Deposeth,
Sir William Waldegrave Knt. Her Majesties first Physician Deposeth,
Dr: Robert Brady, one of His Majesties Physitians in Ordinary Deposeth,
James St. Amand, their Majesties Apothecary, Deposeth,
After these depositions were taken, His Majesty was pleased to acquaint the Lords, That the Princess Anne of Denmark would have been present; but that she being with Child, and having not lately stirred abroad, could not come so far without hazard. Adding further,
IT is Order'd this day by His Majesty in Council, That the several Declarations here before made by His Majesty, and by her Majesty the Queen-Dowager, to∣gether with the several Depositions here entered, be forthwith Enrolled in the Court of Chancery. And the Lord Chancellor is Ordered to cause the same to be Enrolled accordingly.