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This work is a collection of eleven pamphlets published and distributed in London during the 1640s. Each link below will take you to the individual titled pamphlet.

A Discoverie of Six Women Preachers, in Middlesex, Kent, Cambridgshire, and Salisbury


To the Right Honourable the Lords and Commons, Now Assembled in Parliament


Collonel Lvnsford His Petition to the Honourable Assemblie of the Knights, Citisens, Snd Burgesses, in This Present Parliament

The Petition of the Gentry, Ministers, and Commonalty of the County of Kent

The Humble Petition of the Commons of Kent, Agreed Upon at Their Generall Assizes, Presented to His Maiestie the First of August. 1642

Instructions from the Honourable House of Commons Assembled in Parliament, to the Committee in Kent

The Humble Petition and Protestation of the County of Kent: Presented the 30th of August 1642. To the … Parliament

Three Ordinances of the Lords and Commons Assembled in Parliament. Containing the Names of Divers Knights and Gentlemen, to Be Added to the Committees in the Counties of Kent and Sussex, for the Weekly Assessements

A Declaration and Ordinance of the Lords and Commons Assembled in Parliament, for the Better Securing and Setling of the Peace of the County of Kent, and for Enabling Them to Associate with the City of London, or Any Other Counties Adjacent. And T

A Declaration and Ordinance of the Lords and Commons Assembled in Parliament, for the Better Securing and Setling of the Peace of the County of Kent, and for Enabling Them to Associate with the City of London, or Any Other Counties Adjacent. And

An Ordinance of the Lords and Commons in Parliament. Concerning the Late Rebellious Insurrection in the County of Kent

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1641

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London, England

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Female preachers, women's role in the church, women in church, Middlesex, Kent, Cambridgeshire, A Discoverie of Six Women Preachers, Salisbury, public service announcements, pamphlets, laws preventing women in church, sex segregation, Anne Hempstall, Susan May, Mary Bilbrow, Elizabeth Bancroft, Joane Bauford, Arabella Thomas, female obedience of the law, women speaking in church, shaming women, church, religion, To the Right Honourable the Lords and Commons, Parliament, Gentry, ministers, freeholders, Kent County, Canterbury, Rochester, Canterbury County, Petitioners, the Right Honourable the Lords and Commons, Colonel Lunsford, the Honourable Assembly of the Knights, 1600s, 17th century England, 17th century literature, Colonel Lunsford his Petition to the Honourable Assembly of the Knights, Maior Inrates, Port of Dover, the House of Commons, The Petition of the Gentry, Ministers, and Commonalty of the County of Kent, General Assizes, Earl of Bristol, Judge Mallet

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Women in church work; Middlesex (England); Kent (England); Cambridgeshire (England); Salisbury (England); Advertising, Public service; Pamphlets; Great Britain--History--Civil War, 1642-1649--Pamphlets; Great Britain--History--Elizabeth, 1558-1603--Pamphlets; Churching of women; May, Susan; Bilbrow, Mary; Bancroft, Elizabeth; Bauford, Joane; Thomas, Arabella; Church; Religion; England and Wales. Parliament. Humble petition of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, presented to His Majestie at York, the 17 of June, 1642; England and Wales. Parliament. Humble petition of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament presented to His Majestie at York, 18 April [1642], concerning his message lately sent unto them touching his resolution of going into Ireland; Great Britain. Parliament. Committee of Lords and Commons at Derby-House; England and Wales. Parliament. Declaration of the Lords and Commons in Parliament in answer to a letter sent from his Majestie to the Lord Mayor, aldermen and sheriffs of the citie of London, 14 June 1642; England and Wales. Parliament. Humble petition of the Lords and Commons in Parliament assembled, to the Kings Most Excellent Majesty, 16 July 1642; England and Wales. Parliament. Remonstrance of the state of the kingdome, agreed on by the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, May 19, 1642; Gentry; England--Religion--17th century; Literature and history--England--History--17th century; England--Church history--17th century; England--Civilization--17th century; England--Social conditions--17th century; Religion and literature--England--History--17th century; Literature and society--England--History--17th century; Printing--England--History--17th century; Feminism and literature--England--History--17th century; Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons--Deputy speakers; Pym, John, 1584-1643. Speech on Tuesday the 8th of February to the Lords at a conferrence of both Houses concerning the petition of the knights and gentry of the county of Kent; Digby, George, Lord, 1612-1677; Malet, Thomas, Sir, approximately 1582-1665; Women in religion; Women in religions; Women clergy -- England -- Early works to 1800

Kentish Tracts 1641-1643

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