His actions are his privy-council, wherein no man must partake beside.
The affair was referred to the lords of the privy-council of England.
For preaching this sermon, Black was summoned by the privy-council.
These are extracts from the proceedings of the privy-council.
And has not their Privy-council as great, or a greater share in the administration of public affairs?
The reasons which he had assigned for his conduct in Ireland appeared to have satisfied the privy-council and mollified the queen.
On examination before the privy-council, it immediately appeared that she was insane.
Appeals were to be made to the privy-council in the first instance, and from thence to the house of lords.
The manner in which this step was followed up by the government subsequently was unfolded in a minute of the privy-council.
In 1678, he was of the privy-council to his majesty, and a gentleman of the bed-chamber.