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A discourse on the late royal proclamation for the suppression of vice and immorality

A discourse on the late royal proclamation for the suppression of vice and immorality

... With a letter to the magistrates of the borough of Macclesfield; ... By the Revd. David Simpson, ...

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Published by printed and sold by M. Swinney; sold also by Dilly, Buckland, Matthews, Scollick [and 1 other in London, 1 in York, 1 in Bristol, 1 in Manchester, 1 in Macclesfield, 1 in Oxford and 1 in Cambridge] in Birmingham .
Written in English


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SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 8786, no. 19.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination46,[2]p.
Number of Pages46
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18364795M

by John D. Keyser. Around the year , years after the Church of God was forced underground by the edicts of Constantine, a revival took place -- this time in England during the reign of Elizabeth I. Chambers' Encyclopedia states that at this time "many conscientious and independent thinkers advocated the seventh-day [Sabbath]" (Article "Sabbath"). destinarian dispute: on I4June , a royal proclamation was issued calling for the repression of any 'new inventions, or opinions concerning Religion, then are such as are clearly grounded, and war-ranted by the Doctrine and Discipline of the Church of England'; in late i, a royal declaration was.

A remedy for sedition: vvherin are conteyned many thynges, concernyng the true and loyall obeysance, that comme[n]s owe vnto their prince and soueraygne lorde the Kynge.. by: Morison, Richard, Sir, Published: () By the King. A proclamation for the suppression of . A Phallic Knight – II. Posted by Phil Hine in Gender, History, Occult, Pagan | August 30th | About poster. As I hope the treatise may be forgotten I shall not name the author, but observe, that all the ordure and filfth, all the antique pictures, and all the representations of the generative organs, in their most odious and degrading profusion, have been raked together, and copulated.

His interference in local government aroused sharp resentment among the colonists, and in they revolted and imprisoned him. Andros was recalled to England but returned as governor of Virginia. The Royal Proclamation of was issued by King George III on October 7, , following Great Britain's acquisition of French territory in North America after the end of the Seven Years' War. It forbade all settlement west of a line drawn along the Appalachian Mountains, which was delineated as an Indian Reserve. Exclusion from the vast region of Trans-Appalachia created discontent between.


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A discourse on the late royal proclamation for the suppression of vice and immorality.: By the Revd. David Simpson, M.A. With a letter to the magistrates of the borough of Macclesfield ; and an appendix, containing some papers on the subject of the discourse. Get this from a library.

A discourse on the late royal proclamation for the suppression of vice and immorality: With a letter to the magistrates of the borough of Macclesfield ; By the Revd.

David Simpson. [David Simpson]. King George III's Royal Proclamation For the Encouragement of Piety and Virtue, and for the Preventing and Punishing of Vice, Profaneness and Immorality exhorted the British public against sexually explicit material.

It called for the suppression of all 'loose and licentious Prints, Books, and Publications, dispersing Poison to the minds of the Young and Unwary and to Punish the Publishers. Printable Version.

Royal Proclamation of Rebellion Digital History ID Date Annotation: This is a royal proclamation issued by George III, responding to increasing hostilities in the American colonies. Document: A Proclamation, by The King, for Suppressing Rebellion and Sedition King George III.

Aug George R. Abstract. On 1 JuneGeorge III issued a royal proclamation ‘for the Encouragement of Piety and Virtue, and for [the] preventing and punishing of Vice, Profaneness, and Immorality', which included a provision ordering the suppression of ‘all loose and licentious prints, books, and publications dispensing poison to the minds of the young and unwary’.

1 While the proclamation of Author: Charles Donelan. [Proclamation Society,] Statement and Propositions from the Society for Giving Effect to His Majesty's Proclamation against Vice and Immorality, Delivered to the Magistrates, at their Meeting Held at the St Alban's Tavern, on Wednesday the 5 of May, ().

With a letter to the magistrates of the borough of Macclesfield; and an appendix, containing some papers on the subject of the discourse. 93 A discourse on the late royal proclamation for the suppression of vice and immorality Fleuron T David Simpson offers here a philology of terror, tracking the concept’s long, complicated history across literature, philosophy, political Paperback $ What is a Royal Proclamation.

A royal proclamation is a notice sent out by the king or queen of England to his or her subjects. Why did they write them. In this time period (s) many people couldn't read. QUESTION: How does a king get his message to people who are unable to. Initiated by the House on 18 Dec.this proclamation was intended “to be read at the opening of the several County Sessions, for the Purpose of inculcating a general Obedience of the People to the several Magistrates appointed under the present Government of this Colony.” For the purpose of preparing a draft as part of a joint committee, James Sullivan, Samuel Phillips Jr., and Maj.

Quotes from King George III's Royal Proclamation of Learn the important quotes in Royal Proclamation of and the chapters they're from, including why they're important and what they mean in the context of the book.

Male anxieties in relation to both physical and mental health in the Victorian era often seem to have concentrated on the supposedly baleful effects of masturbation, which was alleged to cause a wide range of physical and mental disorders, and on venereal diseases, especially syphilis.

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In earlyhe conceived of a society that would work, as a royal proclamation put it, "for the encouragement of piety and virtue; and for the preventing of vice, profaneness, and immorality.".

A discourse on the late royal proclamation for the suppression of vice and immorality. with a letter to the magistrates of the borough of macclesfield; Ragnarsdatter Claimed. to the magistracy of great-britain, and to the society for carrying his majesty’s late royal proclamation into effect, the following work, intended to give greater efficacy to their endeavours, is humbly inscribed by.

a member of that society. [ proclamation society]. Blog. 7 May Designer tips, volume 2: Common color mistakes and the rule; 6 May Create marketing content that resonates with Prezi Video.

What is the Royal Proclamation What did the proclamation enable. Who was involved. Positives And Negatives Pros and Cons (French/Candiens) 1/29/ 6 Comments Pros: would be able to keep their religion -would be protected from war by Britain if they signed.

Cons: were being told to give up their law to follow British government. Baptists and Politics through the Years. he encouraged King George III to reissue a proclamation “for the Encouragement of Piety and Virtue and for the Preventing of Vice, Profaneness and Immorality.” Wilberforce also set up groups to address social issues such as justice, drunkenness, lewdness, animal cruelty, and poor literature.

William Wilberforce (24 August – 29 July ) was an English politician, philanthropist, theologian [1] and a leader of the movement to abolish the slave trade.A native of Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire, he began his political career ineventually becoming the independent Member of Parliament for Yorkshire (–).

Inhe underwent a conversion experience and became an. The General Assembly finding, that albeit there have been many excellent acts, both of Parliaments and General Assemblies, made for suppressing of immorality and vice; and that the Queen's Majesty, by her royal proclamation, dated 18th August years, hath required the punctual execution of the good laws made for encouragement of piety and.Proclamation of The British Parliament issued the Royal Proclamation as an official order that prohibited White settlers claiming territory.

The Intolerable Acts. British measures passed in and designed to punish the Massachusetts colonists for the Boston Tea Party. Ultimately a royal proclamation was issued against them, the effect being that they were called ‘ridottos,’ or balls, instead of masquerades.

Though George II patronised them and appointed Heidegger master of the revels, a Middlesex grand jury in presented Heidegger ‘as the principal promoter of vice and immorality.’.