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A82388 An act for further impowring the Commissioners for removing obstructions to determine claims. England and Wales. Parliament. 1652 (1652) Wing E1037; Thomason 669.f.16[68]; ESTC R211542 514 1 View Text
A84465 An order and declaration of the Council of State, concerning the determination of severall claims now depending before the commissioners for removing obstructions. England and Wales. Council of State. 1653 (1653) Wing E779A; Thomason 669.f.17[19]; ESTC R205530 672 1 View Text
A58728 A proclamation discharging silk lace, white lace, and point to be imported or worn upon apparel ... 16 March England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II); Menzies, Pat. 1682 (1682) Wing S1755; ESTC R28130 1,296 1 View Text
A26621 Three letters from the Lord General Monck, Commander in Chief of the forces in Scotland and one of the commissioners by act of Parliament for the government of the army of this commonwealth viz. to Mr. Speaker, to the Lord Fleetwood, to the Lord Lambert. Albemarle, George Monck, Duke of, 1608-1670. 1659 (1659) Wing A871; ESTC R10105 1,853 8 View Text
A82244 A declaration of the vvell-affected to the good old cause, in the cities of London, Westminster, and borough of Southwark with the joynt consent and concurrence of all the well-affected in all other the cities, towns and boroughs of England and Wales, for the return and session of the Long Parliament, (interrupted by the late Protector April 20. 1653.) directed to the surviving Members of that Parliament. 1659 (1659) Wing D777; Thomason 669.f.21[27]; ESTC R211165 1,861 1 View Text
B05448 A proclamation, against conventicles Scotland. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II); Scotland. Privy Council. 1673 (1673) Wing S1582; ESTC R183322 1,892 1 View Text
A40063 Fourteen queries offered to the consideration of all the faithful adherents to the Parliament, and publick interests who are not corrupted into the present design for oligarchy. 1659 (1659) Wing F1683; ESTC R38890 2,539 12 View Text
A84670 For the under-officers and souldiers of the English army, from the people of Scotland 1650 (1650) Wing F1438D; ESTC R229864 2,548 6 View Text
A82059 The declaration and resolution of many thousands citizens of London concerning the army, under the command of the Lord Generall Fairfax, and their present proceedings touching the treaty; and the further proceedings of the citizens concerning the papers sent up from the army. Also, ten propositions from His Majesties loyall subjects within the realm of England, to the citizens and army, concerning the reign and goverment of their dread soveraign Lord King Charles. 1648 (1648) Wing D552; Thomason E467_18; ESTC R205257 2,624 8 View Text
A76865 A bloudy fight at Pontefract castle in York-Shire on Sunday morning last, between the Kings forces, and the Parliaments; shewing the manner how they sallyed out of the castle with 400. horse and foot, fell upon the Parliaments guards, beat them out of the works, ruined a troop of horse, and routed two guards of foot. With the full particulars of the said fight, a list of the number killed and taken prisoners; and a great blow given by the most loyall patriot to his King and country, renowned Col. Rainsborough. Also, another bloudy fight neer the city of York, 30 killed upon the place, and one hundred taken prisoners. And an unexpected victory obtained by the royalists neer Newark upon Trent. 1648 (1648) Wing B3238; Thomason E469_4; ESTC R205409; ESTC R205410 2,823 8 View Text
A79730 Eight propositions of the desires of the Commissioners of the General Assembly of Scotland, to the Parliament. 1 That the grounds and cause of undertaking a war may be cleare. ... 7 That none have power, but such as have given proofe of their honest dealing. 3 [sic] And that there be no ingagement without a civill oath. And the answer of the Lords to the said propositions. Also a petition entred in the Parliament of Scotland by eighteen Lords, and neer forty of the commons, of shires and burroughs of the Parliament of Scotland. Published according to order. Scotland. Parliament.; Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Commission. 1648 (1648) Wing C4224A; Thomason E434_27; ESTC R205277 2,930 8 View Text
A74375 An act for preventing injuries and wrongs done to merchants at sea, in their persons, ships or goods; and prohibiting mariners from serving under forraign princes or states without license. Die Sabbathi, 13⁰ Aprilis, 1650. Ordered by the Parliament, that this Act be forthwith printed and published. Hen: Scobell, Cleric. Parliamenti. England and Wales. 1650 (1650) Thomason E1060_96; ESTC R208847 3,424 8 View Text
A91179 An ansvver to the poysonous sedicious paper of Mr. David Jenkins. By H.P. Barrester of Lincolnes Inn. Parker, Henry, 1604-1652. 1647 (1647) Wing P395; Thomason E386_14; ESTC R201482 3,651 10 View Text
A46518 A proclamation ... since our accession to the throne of our royal ancestors, our chiefest care has been to procure the security, peace and happiness of our subjects James R. England and Wales. Sovereign (1685-1688 : James II); James II, King of England, 1633-1701. 1688 (1688) Wing J255; ESTC R4538 3,829 1 View Text
A48468 More light to Mr. John Lilburnes jury Lilburne, John, 1614?-1657. 1653 (1653) Wing L2145; ESTC R25137 4,467 8 View Text
A94429 To his Highness the Lord Protector, &c. and our general. The humble petition of several colonels of the army. Saunders, Thomas, Colonel.; Okey, John, d. 1662.; Alured, Mathew. 1654 (1654) Wing T1369A; Thomason 669.f.19[21]; ESTC R205535 4,759 1 View Text
B06405 Unto his Grace, his Majesty's High Commissioner and the honourable Estates of Parliament the collectors of the poll imposed anno 1693. Scotland. Parliament. Committee of Estates. 1698 (1698) Wing U99B; ESTC R185875 4,850 4 View Text
A76022 A declaration of the Commander in Chief of the forces in Scotland, also another declaration of the officers of the Army in Scotland to the Churches of Christ in the three nations, together with three letters from the Lord General Monck, Commander in Chief of the forces in Scotland, and one of the commissioners by Act of Parliament for the government of the Army of this Commonwealth, viz. 1. To Mr. Speaker, 2. To the Lord Fleetwood, 3. To the Lord Lambert. Scotland. Army.; Albemarle, George Monck, Duke of, 1608-1670. 1659 (1659) Wing A884A; Thomason E1000_18; ESTC R207842 4,900 8 View Text
A78247 The Long Parliament is not revived by Tho. Philips. Or, An answer to Tho. Philips his Long Parliament revived. By R. C. R. C. 1660 (1660) Wing C107; Thomason E1050_8; ESTC R208160 5,306 9 View Text
A97030 Mr. Wallers speech in Parliament, at a conference of both Houses in the painted chamber. 6. Iuly 1641; Speech in Parliament, at a conference of both Houses in the painted chamber. 6. July 1641. Waller, Edmund, 1606-1687. 1641 (1641) Wing W522; Thomason E198_37; ESTC R9691 5,348 19 View Text
A81548 The dispersed vnited: or, Twelve healing qvestions propounded to persons of ingenious principles and tempers. Tending to stop the mouth of frowardness, scandals, and reproaches cast upon those that submitted unto and acted under the several governments and governours (propter commune bonum) that have been exercised over this Commonwealth, since the interruption of this present Parliament on the 20th of April, 1653. By a friend to friends of the civill [sic] and religious interest of all good men. 1659 (1659) Wing D1674; Thomason E986_17*; ESTC R207793 5,424 8 View Text
A82359 Answer to all the material objections against the present East-India-Company East India Company. 1689 (1689) Wing E100aA; ESTC R224455 5,873 6 View Text
A31524 Certain seasonable considerations and reasons humbly offered against reviving the act intituled, An Act for the Better Propagation and Preaching of the Gospel in Wales ... presented to the supreme authoritie the Parliament of the Common-wealth of England : with wholesome proposalls, touching the future disposall of the powers given by the said act. 1654 (1654) Wing C1754; ESTC R36296 5,965 9 View Text
A82354 An act for constituting commissioners for ordering and managing the affairs of the admiralty and navy. Ordered by the Parliament, that this Act be forthwith printed and published. Passed May 31. 1659. Tho. St Nicholas Clerk of the Parliament. England and Wales. 1659 (1659) Wing E1009; Thomason E1074_3; ESTC R208261 6,098 14 View Text
A93196 A short but full discourse of the power of parliaments and how far their intrusted power may extend. As also the great interests of the King therein, acknowledged heretofore in all ages. Sent from the army to a worthy friend in London, and writen there by a learned divine, who upon some high imployments hath been conversant late amongst them. Learned divine. 1647 (1647) Wing S3564; Thomason E399_34; ESTC R201733 6,201 9 View Text
A74355 An act for the better ordering and managing the estates of papists & delinquents. Die Veneris, 25 Januarii, 1649. Ordered by the Parliament, that John Field printer, nominated by Mr. Speaker, be joyned with Mr. Husbands stationer, in printing the Act for the better ordering and managing the estates of papists and delinquents, and all other acts and proceedings in Parliament; and that his name be used in printing of the said act, and all other acts and proceedings: and that the said John Field have equal benefit in printing accordingly. Hen: Scobell, Cleric. Parliamenti. England and Wales. 1650 (1650) Thomason E1060_78; ESTC R208802 6,260 15 View Text
A75326 A meanes to reconcile the present distempers of these times, as things now are. Set out by a member of the present Parliament. Anderson, Henry, b. 1581 or 2. 1648 (1648) Wing A3094; Thomason E458_18; ESTC R205069 6,295 14 View Text
A47475 The King's power in ecclesiastical matters truly stated 1688 (1688) Wing K605; ESTC R30485 6,852 12 View Text
A75590 The Army no usurpers, or The late Parliament not almighty and everlasting: shewing, that the present army in their former opposing, and late dissolving of the Parliament, have done nothing contrary to law, but according to equity. And that the late Parliaments claim of power to do what they please, until they should be dissolved by their own consent, is long since made void by their own act. 1653 (1653) Wing A3712; Thomason E697_13; ESTC R23359 7,197 15 View Text
A37642 Anno Regni Caroli Regis Angliæ, Scotiæ, Franciæ, & Hiberniæ, decimo septimo, at the Parliament begun at Westminster the third day of November, Anno Dom. 1640 in the 16. year of the reign of our Most Gracious Sovereign Lord, Charles, by the grace of God, of England, Scotland, France, and Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith, &c.; Laws, etc. England and Wales.; England and Wales. Parliament.; England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I) 1641 (1641) Wing E1246; ESTC R5264 8,420 13 View Text
A61427 The Cranmerian liturgy, or, The subtilty of the serpent in corrupting the true English liturgy, by Cranmer and a faction of Calvinists. Stephens, Edward, d. 1706. 1696 (1696) Wing S5425A; ESTC R222003 8,497 9 View Text
B05226 Act repealing all acts of Parliament or Committee made for the late unlawfull engagement, and ratifying the protestation and opposition against the same. Scotland. Convention of Estates. 1649 (1649) Wing S1157A; ESTC R183954 8,826 22 View Text
A68712 His Majesties proclamation in Scotland: with an explanation of the meaning of the Oath and Covenant. By the Lord Marquesse, his Majesties high commissioner. Set forth by the Kings speciall licence; Proclamations. 1638-12-08 Scotland. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I); Hamilton, James Hamilton, Duke of, 1606-1649. Explanation of the meaning of the Oath and the Covenant. aut 1639 (1639) STC 22001.5; ESTC S100073 9,413 23 View Text
A81508 A discourse betvveene a resolved, and a doubtfull Englishman. 1642 (1642) Wing D1572; Thomason E128_41; ESTC R212775 9,525 9 View Text
A93511 Some queries propounded to the Common-Councell, and citizens of London, concerning the armies demand of having the militia of London of the 4th of May changed. Wherein the unreasonablenesse and great danger of that proposall, and the justifiablenesse of the cities refusall both in law and conscience, are fully demonstrated. 1647 (1647) Wing S4561A; Thomason E400_26; ESTC R201757 10,141 15 View Text
A82143 A declaration of the English army now in Scotland, touching the justness & necessity of their present proceedings in that nation. Imprimatur Joh: Rushworth. England and Wales. Army. 1650 (1650) Wing D666; Thomason E609_10; ESTC R205957 10,147 16 View Text
A25836 The Army brought to the barre, legally examined, arraigned, convicted and adjudged that they are not the self-denying army, nor the restorers of our laws, liberties and priviledges, but obstructors to the happinesse of the King and people. Andrew All Truth. 1647 (1647) Wing A3709; ESTC R23376 10,959 16 View Text
A75396 An answer by an anabaptist to the three considerations proposed to Mr William Penn by a pretended Baptist concerning a Magna Charta for liberty of conscience. Allowed to be published this 10th day of September, 1688. 1688 (1688) Wing A3275; ESTC R230112 11,228 14 View Text
A26019 Reasons against agreement with a late printed paper, intituled, Foundations of freedome, or, The agreement of the people vvhereby it doth appear, that the particulars proposed in the said paper are not foundations of freedome, but of tyrannie and slaverie to the people, being destructive to religion, laws, liberty, and government, against our Covenant and protestations, and very dangerous and unsafe for the kingdom / by William Ashhurst ... Ashhurst, William, 1617-1680. 1648 (1648) Wing A3977; ESTC R16829 11,283 16 View Text
A74040 Anno primo Reginæ Elizabethe At the parliament begonne at Westmynster, the xxiii. of January in the fyrste yeare of the reigne of oure Soueraigne Ladye, Elizabeth by the grace of God, of England, Fraunce and Ireland, Quene, defendoure of the faithe, [et]c. And there proroged tyll the. xxv. of the same moneth, and then and there holden, kept, and continued vntill the dissolution of the same, beyng the eyght day of May, then nexte ensuynge, were enacted as foloweth.; Public General Acts. 1559-1560. 1 Elizabeth I England and Wales. Sovereign (1558-1603 : Elizabeth I); Elizabeth I, Queen of England, 1533-1603. 1559 (1559) STC 9459; ESTC S124846 11,386 16 View Text
A26020 Reasons against agreement with a late printed paper, intituled Foundations of freedome, or, The agreement of the people whereby it doth appear that the particulars proposed in the said paper are not foundations of freedom but of tyranny and slavery to the people, being destructive to religion, laws, liberty, and government against our Covenant and Protestantism, and very dangerous and unsafe for the kingdome / by William Ashhurst. Ashhurst, William, 1617-1680. 1659 (1659) Wing A3978; ESTC R26663 11,396 18 View Text
A67496 War and its effects, laid out to the life being a seasonable advice to our Protestant brethren now ready to go against the Irish rebels usurping authority in the kingdom of Ireland / by Philopolites. Philopolites. 1689 (1689) Wing W726; ESTC R13383 12,694 30 View Text
B00661 Certaine acts particularlie recommended by our most gratious and sacred soveraine to the Estates of Parliament of the Kingdome of Scotland, and by them, after graue and mature advisement and deliberation hartilie imbraced, concluded: and the 20. day of Iune 1609. inacted to stand for perpetuall lawes in all time to come: with most humble thanks to God for so wise & carefull a prince and ruler, and most earnest prayer for His most excellent Majesties long raigne in all prospetitie [sic]..; Laws, etc. Scotland.; James I, King of England, 1566-1625. 1609 (1609) STC 21892.7; ESTC S95076 13,099 18 View Text
B20625 The many sufferings of an undone gentleman and his family here truly remonstrated to publick commiseration. Conningsby, Thomas, 1591-1654. 1648 (1648) Wing C5878A 13,421 16 View Text
A45611 Brief directions shewing how a fit and perfect model of popular government may be made, found, or understood Harrington, James, 1611-1677. 1659 (1659) Wing H807; ESTC R4541 13,502 24 View Text
A44797 Observations upon a late libel, called A letter from a person of quality to his friend, concerning the Kings declaration, &c. Halifax, George Savile, Marquis of, 1633-1695. 1681 (1681) Wing H317; ESTC R2918 13,574 10 View Text
A44787 Observations upon a late libel, called A letter from a person of quality to his friend, concerning the Kings declaration, &c. Halifax, George Savile, Marquis of, 1633-1695. 1681 (1681) Wing H316; ESTC R11992 13,588 8 View Text
A94042 Secret reasons of state in reference to the affairs of these nations, at the interruption of this present Parliament: anno 1653. discovered. Also, the power of parliaments, touching imprisonment, debated. With other matters worthy of observation, in Jo: Streater's case: this being a narrative of his two years troubles at the beginning of the late monarchie, erected by General Cromwel. Streater, John, fl. 1650-1670. 1659 (1659) Wing S5949; Thomason E983_24; ESTC R203671 14,755 20 View Text
A50337 A letter out of the country to a member of this present Parliament occasioned by a late letter to a member of the House of Commons, concerning the bishops lately in the Tower and now under suspension. Maurice, Henry, 1648-1691. 1689 (1689) Wing M1365; ESTC R34531 14,805 20 View Text
A96770 Animadversions upon the Armies Remonstrance, delivered to the House of Commons, Monday, 20. November, 1648. In vindication of the Parliaments treaty with the King in the Isle of Wight. Walker, Clement, 1595-1651. 1648 (1648) Wing W319; Thomason E570_3; ESTC R204237 15,578 31 View Text
A65418 Reasons why the Parliament of Scotland cannot comply with the late K. James's proclamation sent lately to that kingdom, and prosecuted by the late Viscount Dundee : containing an answer to every paragraph of the said proclamation, and vindicating the said Parliament their present proceedings against him : published by authority. Welwood, James, 1652-1727.; Graham, John, Viscount Dundee, 1648-1689. 1689 (1689) Wing W1309; ESTC R2126 15,716 35 View Text
A77912 Constitutio liberi populi. Or, The rule of a free-born people. By William Ball of Barkham, Esquire. Ball, William. 1646 (1646) Wing B588; Thomason E341_1; ESTC R200893 15,838 28 View Text
A30986 That the bishops in England may and ought to vote in cases of blood written in the late times upon occasion of the Earl of Straffords case / by [a] learned pen ; with some answers to the objections of the then Bishop of Lincoln, against bishops voting in Parliament. Barlow, Thomas, 1607-1691. 1680 (1680) Wing W2677C; Wing B845; ESTC R17167 16,504 22 View Text
A11659 The remonstrance of the nobility, barrones, burgesses, ministers and commons within the kingdome of Scotland Vindicating them and their proceedings from the crymes, wherewith they are charged by the late proclamation in England, Feb. 27. 1639. Church of Scotland. General Assembly.; Henderson, Alexander, 1583?-1646. aut 1639 (1639) STC 21907; ESTC S116848 16,780 34 View Text
A91355 Severall poysonous and sedicious papers of Mr. David Jenkins ansvvered. By H.P. barrester of Lincolnes Inne. Parker, Henry, 1604-1652.; Jenkins, David, 1582-1663. Vindication of Judge Jenkins prisoner in the Tower, the 29. of Aprill, 1647.; Jenkins, David, 1582-1663. Cordiall of Judge Jenkins, for the good people of London. 1647 (1647) Wing P422; Thomason E393_8; ESTC R201592 17,775 23 View Text
B23805 Reasons for the abatement of interest to four in the hundred and the objections against it fairly stated and briefly and fully answered / by E.H. E. H. 1692 (1692) Wing H21 18,351 71 View Text
A39441 An Abridgement of the statutes made in the thirteenth year of the reign of King Charles the Second alphabetically digested under apt titles and heads for the ready finding out of the matter. England and Wales. Laws, etc. 1661 (1661) Wing E860; ESTC R6329 18,777 46 View Text
A38873 An exact account of the whole proceedings against the Right Reverend Father in God, Henry, Lord Bishop of London, before the Lord Chancellor and the other ecclesiastical commissioners Compton, Henry, 1632-1713.; England and Wales. Ecclesiastical Commission (1686) 1688 (1688) Wing E3591; ESTC R5368 18,930 34 View Text
A69468 England's confusion, or, A true and impartial relation of the late traverses of state in England with the counsels leading thereunto : together with a description of the present power ruling there by the name of a Parliament, under the mask of The good old cause / written by one of the few English men that are left in England ... Anglesey, Arthur Annesley, Earl of, 1614-1686. 1659 (1659) Wing A3168A; ESTC R59 19,125 24 View Text
A91205 A legal resolution of two important quæres of general present concernment. Clearly demonstrating from our statute, common and canon laws, the bounden duty of ministers, & vicars of parish churches, to administer the sacraments, as well as preach to their parishioners; with the legal remedies to reclaim them from, or punish and remove them for their wilfull obstinacy in denying the sacraments to them. / By William Prynne Esq; a bencher of Lincolns Inne; to whom these quæres were newly propounded by some clients. Prynne, William, 1600-1669. 1656 (1656) Wing P3994; Thomason E495_1; ESTC R203242 21,355 30 View Text
A40456 Querees propounded by the Protestant partie concerning the peace in generall, now treated of in Ireland, and the answers thereunto made in behalfe and name of the Irish nation / by one well affected thereto ; to the first copies whereof many things are inserted and much added. French, Nicholas, 1604-1678. 1644 (1644) Wing F2182; ESTC R35691 21,588 38 View Text
A77431 A brief discourse of the present miseries of the kingdome: declaring by what practises the people of England have been deluded, and seduced into slavery, and how they have been continued therein, and by what meanes they may shake off that bondage, they are now enthraled under. / Written by a lover of his country, for the good of all such who are not contented to be slaves, but desire to live free-men. Lover of his country. 1648 (1648) Wing B4583; Thomason E467_24; ESTC R205268 21,615 31 View Text
A26139 The original and growth of printing collected out of history, and the records of this kingdome : wherein is also demonstrated, that printing appertaineth to the prerogative royal, and is a flower of the crown of England / by Richard Atkyns. Atkyns, Richard, 1615-1677. 1664 (1664) Wing A4135; ESTC R22866 21,864 35 View Text
A49526 The answer of the chancellor, masters and scholars of the Vniversity of Oxford, to the petition, articles of grievance, and reasons of the city of Oxon presented to the honorable committee for regulating the University of Oxford the 24. of July, 1649. University of Oxford.; Langbaine, Gerard, 1656-1692. 1649 (1649) Wing L363; ESTC R19608 22,313 47 View Text
A01338 The argument of Master Nicholas Fuller, in the case of Thomas Lad, and Richard Maunsell, his clients Wherein it is plainely proved, that the Ecclesiasticall Commissioners haue no power, by vertue of their commission, to imprison, to put to the Oath ex officio, or to fine any of his Maiesties subiects. Fuller, Nicholas, 1543-1620. 1607 (1607) STC 11460; ESTC S102744 22,550 38 View Text
A78605 The charge of high treason, murders, oppressions, and other crimes, exhibited to the Parliament of Scotland against the Marquess of Argyle and his complices, January 23. 1661. England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II) 1661 (1661) Wing C2056; Thomason E1083_1; ESTC R207960 22,777 33 View Text
A87609 A discourse consisting of motives for the enlargement and freedome of trade· Especially that of cloth, and other vvoollen manufactures, engrossed at present contrary to [brace] the law of nature, the law of nations, and the lawes of this kingdome. / By a company of private men who stile themselves merchant-adventurers. The first part. Aprill. 11. 1645 Imprimatur, Na. Brent. Johnson, Thomas, marchant. 1645 (1645) Wing J849A; Thomason E260_21; ESTC R212472 22,833 55 View Text
A91168 A declaration and protestation against the illegal, detestable, oft-condemned, new tax and extortion of excise in general; and for hops (a native incertain commodity) in particular. By William Prynne of Swainswick, Esq; Prynne, William, 1600-1669. 1654 (1654) Wing P3936; Thomason E813_16; ESTC R203225 23,096 31 View Text
A87515 Obedience active and passive due to the supream povver, by the word of God, reason, and the consent of divers moderne and orthodox divines; written not out of faction, but conscience, and with desire to informe the ignorant, and undeceive the seduced: by W.J. a welwiller to peace and truth. W. J., welwiller to peace and truth. 1643 (1643) Wing J52; Thomason E90_19; ESTC R19937 23,430 31 View Text
A62982 A Tory plot, or, The discovery of a design carried on by our late addressers and abhorrers, to alter the constitution of the government and to betray the Protestant religion by Philanax Misopappas. Misopapas. 1682 (1682) Wing T1946; ESTC R6210 24,686 46 View Text
A56177 A legal resolution of two important quæres of general present concernment Clearly demonstrating from our statute, common and canon laws, the bounden duty of ministers, & vicars of parish-churches, to administer the sacraments, as well as preach to their parishioners; with the legal remedies to reclaim them from, or punish and remove them for their wilfull obstinacy in denying the sacraments to them. By William Prynne Esq; a bencher of Lincolns Inne; to whom these quæres were newly propounded by some clients. Prynne, William, 1600-1669. 1656 (1656) Wing P3995; ESTC R219602 25,257 35 View Text
A93094 The famers fam'd or An answer, to two seditious pamphlets, the one intituled The just man in bonds, the other A pearle in a dunghill, written in the behalfe of that notorious lyar, and libeller John Lilburne. Also a full reply, with a confutation of certaine objections devised by the trayterous author of a seditious and unparraled [sic] libell, intituled A remonstrance of many thousand citizens, and other free borne people of England, to their owne House of Commons, &c. Wherein the wickednesse of the authors, and their abettors, the destructive courses of the sectaries, and their adherors is amply discovered. So that all (not wilfully blind) may cleerely see, that they are men stirred up by mans enemie, the Devill, as to ruine themselves, so this poore nation, that yet lies bedrid of her wounds lately received. And ought to be avoided as serpents, to be contemned as abjects, and to be delivered over to Satan, as blasphemers and reprobates. / Written by S. Shepheard. Sheppard, S. (Samuel) 1646 (1646) Wing S3163; Thomason E349_5; ESTC R201022 25,285 34 View Text
A88684 Considerations touching the great question of the King's right in dispensing with the penal laws Written on the occasion of His late blessed Majesties granting free toleration and indulgence. By Richard Langhorn, late of the Middle Temple, Esq; Langhorne, Richard, 1654-1679.; Langhorne, Richard, fl. 1687. 1687 (1687) Wing L396A; ESTC R229629 25,471 35 View Text
A91212 The Long Parliament tvvice defunct: or, An answer to a seditious pamphlet, intituled, The Long Parliament revived. Wherein the authors undeniable arguments are denied, examined, confuted: and the authority of this present Parliament asserted, vindicated. By a zealous yet moderate oppugner of the enemies of his prince and country. Prynne, William, 1600-1669, attributed name. 1660 (1660) Wing P4003; Thomason E1053_2; ESTC R203196 25,482 48 View Text
A75812 The Christian moderator. Third part. Or, The oath of abjuration arraign'd by the common law and common sence, ancient and modern Acts of Parl. declarations of the Army, law of God and consent of reformed divines. And humbly submitted to receive judgment from this honorable representative.; Christian moderator. Part 3 Birchley, William, 1613-1669. 1653 (1653) Wing A4248; Thomason E705_15; ESTC R207108 25,814 32 View Text
A91163 Accommodation cordially desired, and really intended. A moderate discourse: tending, to the satisfaction of all such, who do either wilfully, or ignorantly conceive that the Parliament is disaffected to peace. Written upon occasion of a late pamphlet, pretended to be printed at Oxford; entituled a Reply to the answer of the London-Petition for peace.; Contra-replicant, his complaint to His Majestie. Parker, Henry, 1604-1652. 1643 (1643) Wing P392A; Thomason E101_23; ESTC R21031 28,922 35 View Text
A24190 Accommodation cordially desired and really intended a moderate discourse tending to the satisfaction of all such who do either wilfully or ignorantly conceive that the Parliament is disaffected to peace : written upon occasion of a late 1642 (1642) Wing A164; ESTC R21031 28,934 34 View Text
A56182 The contra-replicant, his complaint to His Maiestie Parker, Henry, 1604-1652. 1643 (1643) Wing P400; ESTC R22502 28,940 31 View Text
A87143 Peace and not warre: or The moderator. Truly, but yet plainly, stating the case of the Common-VVealth, as to several of the considerable councils & transactions from the year 1636. to 1659. By John Harris, Gent. An affectionate lover of his countryes peace. Harris, John, Gent. 1659 (1659) Wing H859; Thomason E1000_25; ESTC R202581 28,992 53 View Text
A67336 The maid's tragedy altered with some other pieces / by Edmund Waller, Esq. ; not before printed in the several editions of his poems. Waller, Edmund, 1606-1687. 1690 (1690) Wing W502; ESTC R6612 29,067 108 View Text
A20768 The yonger brother his apology by it selfe. Or A fathers free power disputed for the disposition of his lands, or other his fortunes to his sonne, sonnes, or any one of them: as right reason, the laws of God and nature, the ciuill, canon, and municipall lawes of this kingdome do command. By I. Ap-Robert Gent. J. A. (John Ap Robert) 1618 (1618) STC 715; ESTC S115725 30,207 72 View Text
A43547 Parliaments power in lawes for religion, or, An ansvvere to that old and groundles [sic] calumny of the papists, nick-naming the religion of the Church of England, by the name of a parliamentary-religion sent to a friend who was troubled at it, and earnestly desired satisfaction in it. Heylyn, Peter, 1600-1662. 1645 (1645) Wing H1730; ESTC R200234 30,417 44 View Text
A24696 An Account of the affairs of Scotland, in relation to their religious and civil rights 1690 (1690) Wing A230; ESTC R11870 30,717 40 View Text
A75208 An Account of the affairs of Scotland in answer to a letter written upon the occasion of the address lately presented to His Majesty by some members of the Parliament of that kingdom. 1689 (1689) Wing A229A; ESTC R225109 30,888 46 View Text
A41380 Servants on horse-back, or, A free-people bestrided in their persons and liberties, by worthlesse men being a representation of the dejected state of the inhabitants of Summer Islands : containing short illustrations upon a petition presented to the High Court of Parliament for redresse / published by Will. Golding ... Golding, William, 17th cent. 1648 (1648) Wing G1020; ESTC R7910 31,111 29 View Text
A44184 The case stated concerning the judicature of the House of Peers in the point of appeals Holles, Denzil Holles, Baron, 1599-1680. 1675 (1675) Wing H2452; ESTC R23969 31,123 92 View Text
A50856 That the lawful successor cannot be debarr'd from succeeding to the crown maintain'd against Dolman, Buchannan, and others / by George Mackenzie ... Mackenzie, George, Sir, 1636-1691. 1684 (1684) Wing M206; ESTC R19286 31,910 82 View Text
A65678 The Bishops Courts dissolved, or, The law of England touching ecclesiastical jurisdiction stated wherein it appears that the spiritual courts want both power and might to execute their wills upon his Majesties good subjects at his day : being a short and brief account of the several statutes made concerning the spiritual and ecclesiastical jurisdiction / by E.W. Whitaker, Edward. 1681 (1681) Wing W1701; ESTC R186469 32,330 43 View Text
A58642 The laws and acts of the second Parliament, of our most high and dread soveraign, Charles the Second by the grace of God, King of Scotland, England, France and Ireland, defender of the faith begun at Edinburgh, the 19. of October, 1669. By a noble Earl, John Earl of Lauderdail, Viscount Maitland, Lord Thirlestane, and Bolton, &c. His Majesties Commissioner for holding the same, by vertue of a commission under His Majesties Great Seal of this kingdom: with the special advice and consent of the Estates of Parliament. Extracted from the records of Parliament, be Sir Archibald Primerose of Chester, knight and barronet, clerk to His Majesties Council, Registers and Rolls.; Acts. Scotland.; Primrose, Archibald, Sir, 1616-1679. 1679 (1679) Wing S1272; ESTC R217871 33,600 49 View Text
A25740 An apology for a yovnger brother, or, A discovrse proving that parents may dispose of their estates to which of their children they please by I. A. J. A. (John Ap Robert) 1641 (1641) Wing A3592; ESTC R9194 34,253 68 View Text
A40484 A friend to Cæsar, or, An humble proposition for the more regular, speedy, and easie payment of his Majesties treasure, granted, or to be granted by the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, for the carrying on of his Majesties expences, whether ordinary or extraordinary, both in time of peace and in time of war and also the causes of those many debts which the crown is so heavily clogged with, and sound propositions for the cure thereof / by a person of honour. Person of honour. 1681 (1681) Wing F2213; ESTC R226983 34,769 33 View Text
A67349 The second part of Mr. Waller's poems Containing, his alteration of The maids tragedy, and whatever of his is yet unprinted: together with some other poems, speeches, &c. that were printed severally, and never put into the first collection of his poems. Waller, Edmund, 1606-1687.; Waller, Edmund, 1606-1687. Maid's tragedy. aut 1690 (1690) Wing W521A; ESTC R219928 35,197 139 View Text
A26601 A collection of several letters and declarations, sent by General Monck unto the Lord Lambert, the Lord Fleetwood, and the rest of the General Council of Officers in the army ... Albemarle, George Monck, Duke of, 1608-1670. 1660 (1660) Wing A840; ESTC R15215 35,417 72 View Text
A96697 A new-yeers gift for the Parliament and Armie: shewing what the kingly power is; and that the cause of those that they call Diggers is the life and marrow of that cause the Parliament hath declared for, and the Army fought for; the perfecting of which work, will prove England to be the first of nations, of the tenth part of the city Babylon, that fals off from the Beast first, and that sets the Crown upon Christs head, to govern the world in righteousness: / by Jerrard Winstanley a lover of Englands freedom and peace. Winstanley, Gerrard, b. 1609. 1650 (1650) Wing W3050; Thomason E587_6; ESTC R206278 36,076 51 View Text
A89428 A true and exact relation of the great and heavy pressures and grievances the well-affected of the northern bordering countries lye under, by Sir Arthur Haslerigs misgovernment, and placing in authority there for justices of the peace, commissioners for the militia, ministry, and sequestrations, malignants, and men disaffected to the present government, set forth in the petition, articles, letters and remonstrance, humbly presented to the councel of state, with his apologie to the Lord President, for publishing thereof. / By John Musgrave. Musgrave, John, fl. 1654. 1650 (1650) Wing M3153; Thomason E619_10; ESTC R206368 38,763 55 View Text
A77858 An humble examination of a printed abstract of the answers to nine reasons of the House of Commons, against the votes of bishops in Parliament. Printed by order of a committee of the honourable House of Commons, now assembled in Parliament. Burges, Cornelius, 1589?-1665. 1641 (1641) Wing B5672; Thomason E164_14; ESTC R21636 38,831 83 View Text
A56223 Observations upon some of His Majesties late answers and expresses Parker, Henry, 1604-1652. 1642 (1642) Wing P412; ESTC R21815 39,600 50 View Text
A97208 A just vindication of the armie wherein all that doubt may have large satisfaction, in relation to their late proceedings. As touching the cause, beginning, continuance, and their end therein. Or, a book entituled, The examination of the late passages of the armie (especially of the grounds laid down for their justification in their declaration, June 14. 1647). / Examined, refuted, by A. Warren. Warren, Albertus. 1647 (1647) Wing W952; Thomason E410_18; ESTC R204455 39,961 61 View Text
B05252 Laws and acts past in the second [i.e. third] session of the first Parliament, of our most high and dread soveraign, Charles the second, by the grace of God, King of Scotland, England, France and Ireland, defender of the faith. Holden at Edinburgh, from the eighteenth of June, 1663. to the ninth of October thereafter, on which day the Parliament was dissolved; by a noble lord, John Earl of Rothes, Lord Lefly and Bambreith ... / with special advice and consent of the Estates of Parliament.; Laws, etc. Scotland.; Rothes, John Leslie, Earl of, 1630?-1681.; Scotland. Convention of Estates. 1663 (1663) Wing S1273A; ESTC R183990 41,021 57 View Text
A40713 Leges Angliæ, The lawfulness of ecclesiastical jurisdiction in the Church of England asserted and vindicated in answer to Mr. Hickeringill's late pamphlet stiled, Naked truth, the 2d part by Fran. Fullwood ... Fullwood, Francis, d. 1693. 1681 (1681) Wing F2509; ESTC R18058 41,024 102 View Text