We the Inhabitants of the Isle of Anglisey, whose names are hereunto subscribed, after mature consideration had, and hearty invocation on the Name of God for direction and as­sistance, doe Remonstrate and Declare to our Fellow-Subjects and Neighbours whom it may concerne,

THat we having according to our bounden duty and Allegeance preserved the said Island in due obedience to our most dread Soveraigne Lord King CHARLES, during the time of this intestine War and Rebellion: and by Gods blessing on out carefull endeavours defended the same, untill the Enemy had over-mastered the whole Kingdome, (a few strong Holds onely excepted) This be­ing the onely County of England or Wales for two months kept entire under His Majesties Authority and Command: And being then, through the vast number of Men and Horse threatned to be powred in upon us, and finding no possible expe­ctance of Reliefe, enforced to submit to the then prevailing power: doe now, out of Conscience towards God, and Loyaltie towards his Anointed, with all humble­nesse prostrate our selves, our lives and fortunes at His Majesties fect: Resolving with the utmost exposall of all we are or have, to preserve the said Island, together with the Castle and Houlds therein, in due obedience to His Sacred Majesty, His Heires and lawfull Successors, against all Rebellious Opposers and Invaders what­soever. And doe also with sincerity of heart professe, That we will, according to our severall degrees, places, and callings, maintain the true Protestant Religion by Law established, His Majesties Royall Prerogative, the knowne Lawes of the Land, the just Priviledges of Parliament, together with our own and fellow-Subjects Le­gall Properties and Liberties. And we also further Declare and Protest, That we shall and will account all those that doe or shall stand in opposition hereunto to be Enemies and Traitors to their King and Country, and accordingly to be proceeded against, being most ready to contribute our best Abilities for their Reducement, and the re-establishing of our Gracious Soveraigne, who hath long endured the Tyrannie and Oppression of his barbarous and bloody Enemies, in His Rights, Do­minion and Dignity, according to the splendor of His most Illustrious Progenitors.

  • Buikeley.
  • Rich: Bulkeley.
  • Will: Griffith.
  • Jo: Bodvile.
  • Hen: Owen.
  • Owen Holland.
  • Rich: Mirick.
  • Hen: Lloyd.
  • Rich: Roberts.
  • Hu: Owen.
  • Will: Owen.
  • Jo: Turbidge.
  • Owen Gryffith.
  • Owen Arthur.
  • Jo: Young.
  • Jo: Price.
  • William Lewis.
  • Row: White.
  • Owen Lewis.
  • Geoffery Prytherch.
  • John Lloyd.
  • Rowland Bulkeley.
  • Tho: Symkis.
  • Hen: Wynn.
  • Row: Jones.
  • Will: Lloyd.
  • Will: Owen.
  • Richard Bodychin.
  • John Wynn.
  • Hen: Jones.
  • John Robinson.
  • Will: Bulkley.
  • Hrn: Owen.
  • Hen: Lloyd.
  • Richard Williams.
  • Richard Wynn.

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