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  John Pym - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
John Pym (1584 – December 8, 1643) was an English parliamentarian, leader of the Long Parliament and a prominent critic of James I and then Charles I.
Pym was notable in defending the powers of Parliament; he initiated the legal attacks on Thomas Wentworth and William Laud and attacked the operation of the Star Chamber.
Pym died, probably of cancer, at Derby House in 1643 and was buried in Westminster Abbey.
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 JOHN PYM - LoveToKnow Article on JOHN PYM   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Pym supported Sir Edward Coke in the remonstrance on the prevailing discontents, and was a chief promoter of the petition which incurred Jamess violent displeasure, and of the Commons answer defending their privileges, which was afterwards torn from the records by the kings own hand.
After Charless departure for Scotland, Pym served on the committee for defence, appointed on the 14th of August, and was chairman of the committee which sat during the recess from the 9th of September to the 20th of October to watch the progress of affairs and communicate with Scotland.
In consequence Pym urged, but unsuccessfully, on the 3oth of December the summoning of the train-bands to guard the parliament, and moved the impeachment of the bishops, who had declared the proceedings of the parliament to be sinful and illegal.
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 Francis Pym - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Francis Leslie Pym, Baron Pym, MC and Bar, PC (born 13 February 1922) is a British politician and former member of the Cabinet.
Pym was an Opposition whip from 1964 and served under Edward Heath as Government Chief Whip (1970–1973) and Secretary of State for Northern Ireland (1973–1974), and Margaret Thatcher as Defence Secretary (1979–1981), Leader of the House of Commons and Lord President of the Council (1981–1982) then Foreign Secretary (1982–1983).
Pym is a descendent of the 17th century Parliamentarian John Pym.
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 John Pym
Pym was instrumental in the Petition of Right, and vigorously opposed the tonnage and poundage scheme...and found himself with no parliament to be a part of...Charles had dismissed it.
Pym was leader of the House of Commons and made long speeches detailing grievances against the King and...Charles got upset...
Pym was one of the five members of Parliament whom Charles came in person to Westminster to arrest...but they were tipped off and escaped.
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 John Pym
John Pym was the eldest son of Alexander Pym of Brymore, Somerset, who died when John was a child; his mother married Sir Anthony Rous, a client of the Russells, the earls of Bedford.
Pym was educated at the University of Oxford, but took no degree, and at the Middle Temple, but was not called to the bar.
He was a Puritan opposed equally to Roman Catholicism and to Arminianism in the Anglican church, Pym early became prominent in the parliamentary opposition to Charles I. He organized the impeachment (1626) of George Villiers, 1st duke of Buckingham, and the passage (1628) of the Petition of Right.
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 John Pym 1584-1643
Pym was active in the demands for the impeachment of the Duke of Buckingham in 1625 and 1626, and supported the Petition of Right in 1628.
Pym was persuaded to support the abolition of episcopacy because of the great influence of the Bishops in upholding the King's arbitrary government.
Pym became a leading figure on the Committee of Safety which was appointed in July 1642 to coordinate Parliament's military strategy.
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 ST JOHN (ISLAND) - LoveToKnow Article on ST JOHN (ISLAND)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
His daughter Johanna married Sir Walter St John of Lydiard Tregoze and was the grandmother of Viscount Bolingbroke, By his second wife he had two children, and after her death he married, in 1645, Elizabeth, daughter of Daniel Oxenbridge.
It is situated at the mouth of the St John river on a rocky peninsula.
St John is an important station of the Intercolonial, Canadian Pacific, and New Brunswick Southern railways, and shares with Halifax the honor of being the chief winter port of the Dominion, the harbour being deep, sheltered and free from ice.
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 John Pym: biography and encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Pym was born in Brymore, Somerset (Somerset: A county in southwestern England on the Bristol Channel), into minor nobility (nobility: A privileged class holding hereditary titles).
Pym was educated in law at Broadgates Hall (now Pembroke College, Oxford (Pembroke College, Oxford: more facts about this subject)) in 1599 and went on to the Middle Temple (Middle Temple: the middle temple is one of the four inns of court around the royal courts of justice...
Pym was notable in defending the powers of Parliament, he initiated the legal attacks on Thomas Wentworth (Thomas Wentworth: thomas wentworth, 1st earl of strafford (april 13, 1593 - may 12, 1641) was...
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 John Pym Biography / Biography of John Pym Biography
John Pym was the son of a lesser landowner of Somerset.
In the "Short" Parliament, Pym stressed the desire of the Commons for legal security, but when Parliament was summarily dissolved by the King, Pym keynoted the "Long" Parliament with a speech which stressed that the country was in danger because of its Catholic queen and its proto-Catholic clergy.
Pym's last act was to arrange for the entry of the Scots into the war on the side of the hard-pressed parliamentary forces in September 1643.
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 On Grievances in the Reign of Charles I. by John Pym. Great Britain: I. (710-1777). Vol. III. Bryan, William Jennings, ...
On Grievances in the Reign of Charles I. by John Pym.
Born in 1584, died in 1643; entered Parliament in 1621; one of the managers of Buckingham’s impeachment trial in 1626; advocated the Petition of Right in 1628; assisted in the impeachment of Strafford and Laud; one of the five members whose arrest was attempted by Charles I. in 1642.
He [that is, the speaker, Pym] said he would labor to contract those manifold affairs both of the Church and State, which did so earnestly require the wisdom and faithfulness of this house, into a double method of grievances and cures.
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 Leaders and Battles: Pym, John
During King Charles I's eleven years' personal rule, John Pym was treasurer of the Providence Island Company which sought to finance a Puritan colony on Providence Island in the West Indies.
In 1643, Pym was instrumental in forming Parliament's alliance with the Scottish Covenanters.
Pym died of cancer on 8 December 1643, two weeks after terms for the alliance with the Covenanters had been concluded.
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 Pym, John articles on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Pym, John PYM, JOHN [Pym, John], 1583?-1643, English statesman.
Hampden, John HAMPDEN, JOHN [Hampden, John], 1594-1643, English parliamentary leader; cousin of Oliver Cromwell.
He entered Parliament in 1621, became closely associated with Sir John Eliot, and was imprisoned (1627) for refusing to pay the forced loan demanded by Charles I.
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 John Pym
John Pym was born in Brymore, Somerset, in 1584.
A Puritan, Pym was a leading opponent of the policies of Charles I and in 1626 played a prominent role in the impeachment of
John Pym took no part in the Civil War and died of cancer in London in 1643.
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 Pym, John. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
A Puritan opposed equally to Roman Catholicism and to Arminianism in the Anglican church, Pym early became prominent in the parliamentary opposition to Charles I.
He organized the impeachment (1626) of George Villiers, 1st duke of Buckingham, and the passage (1628) of the Petition of Right.
His last important act was the arrangement of an alliance with the Scots, based on English acceptance of the Solemn League and Covenant (1643; see Covenanters).
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Pym J, Luffman B, Parry M: Total arterial revascularization of the heart: Intentional or inevitable.
Weiss SJ, Pym J, Highbloom RY, Quigley RL: A novel approach to surgical revascularization of myocardium not amenable to conventional bypass techniques.
Pym, J, Petsikas D: Off-Pump Arterial Grafting Using the Medtronic Octopus.
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 John Pym
A Puritan opposed equally to Roman Catholicism and to Arminianism in the Anglican church, Pym early became prominent in the parliamentary opposition to
Charles I, king of England, Scotland, and Ireland: Reign - Reign Early Struggle with Parliament A shy and dignified figure, he was popular at the time of his...
Beyond the Gothic Sublime: Poe's Pym or the Journey of Equivocal (E)motions(*).(Critical Essay)
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 John Pym - Penguin UK Authors - Penguin UK
John Pym - Penguin UK Authors - Penguin UK home
John Pym began reviewing film for Time Out in 1975.
He has worked for the British Film Institute and is the author of three books on cinema (as well as the last three editions in this series).
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 John Pym
Pym was the unquestioned leader of the House of Commons in the events leading up to the
His last important act was the arrangement of an alliance with the Scots, based on English acceptance of the Solemn League and Covenant (1643; see
John Hampden - Hampden, John, 1594–1643, English parliamentary leader; cousin of Oliver Cromwell.
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 John Pym quotes, Famous quotations from John Pym, Populay Sayings at Entwagon.com
John Pym quotes, Famous quotations from John Pym, Populay Sayings at Entwagon.com
Popular quotations from John Pym, Top John Pym quotes, Famous Authors,
A Parliament is that to the Commonwealth which the soul is to the body.
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 The Mathematics Genealogy Project - John Pym
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According to our current on-line database, John Pym has 2 students and 4 descendants.
If you have additional information or corrections regarding this mathematician, please use the update form.
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 Alibris: John Pym
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An effervescent, quickfire, perfectly timed adult fantasy starring Claudette Colbert and Joel McCrea, and featuring the unforgettable Ale and Quail Club, The Palm Beach Story...
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 Amazon.com: Time Out Film (Time Out Film Guide): Books: John Pym   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Amazon.com: Time Out Film (Time Out Film Guide): Books: John Pym
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