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A94645 To the right honorable the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament the humble declaration and resolution of the deputy-lieutenants, colonells, captains, and officers, assented unto, and with great cheerfulnesse approved of, by the souldiers of the trained bands within the county of Southampton, at the generall musters begun the 21 day of June, 1642. being to the number of above five thousand men, besides a great many voluntiers, who then offered to serve in person. England and Wales. Parliament. House of Lords. 1642 (1642) Wing T1670; Thomason 669.f.5[53]; ESTC R210867 962 1 View Text
A70862 The protestation of the Lords upon rejecting the impeachment of Mr. Fitz-Harris March 28, 1681. England and Wales. Parliament. House of Lords. 1681 (1681) Wing P3869A; ESTC R33326 1,108 2 View Text
A51343 More lampoons The hierogliphick ; To the respective judges. 1688 (1688) Wing M2705; ESTC R7637 1,272 1 View Text
A49155 A Looking-glass for the Lord Chancellor, or, A Brief summary of some of his notorious crimes 1688 (1688) Wing L3027A; ESTC R32883 1,316 1 View Text
B06916 [Time's] darling: or, [a love] worth liking; [...]men, abroad and at home, at bed and [...]mpany. [...]ell mee so; or, Loves tide. H., C. 1699 (1600-1699?) Interim Tract Supplement Guide BR f 821.04 B49[33] 1,334 1 View Text
A90917 To the supreme authority, the Parliament of the Common-wealth of England the humble petition of John Poyntz, alias Morris. Poyntz, John, fl. 1647-1650. 1648 (1648) Wing P3132; Thomason 669.f.15[66]; ESTC R212057 1,381 1 View Text
A86757 The humble petition and resolution of the deputy-lieutenants, captains, officers, souldiers, and voluntiers of the trained bands of the county of Warwick to the right honourable, Robert Lord Brook, Lord Lieutenant of the county aforesaid, and by his Lordship presented to the high court of Parliament, July 9. 1642. With the answer of the Lords thereunto annexed. England and Wales. Parliament. House of Lords. 1642 (1642) Wing H3447; Thomason 669.f.5[55]; ESTC R210878 1,404 1 View Text
B03155 An elegy on that famous oracle of law, and unbias'd dispenser of justice, the most learned and no less religious Sr. Matthew Hale, Kt. The late lord chief justice of England, who departed this life on Christmas-day last, at his house in Atherly in Glocester-shire. 1677 (1677) Wing E361; Interim Tract Supplement Guide C.20.f.2[110]; ESTC R36173 1,537 1 View Text
A44993 The humble petition and resolution of the county of Essex (presented to the Right Honourable the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, and read in both Houses the 17 of this present June, 1642 : with the answer thereunto annexed, and commanded by the Lords to be forthwith printed and published). England and Wales. Parliament. House of Lords.; England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons. 1642 (1642) Wing H3445; ESTC R661 1,575 1 View Text
A84753 Foure true and considerable positions for the sitting members the new court of justice, and new judges, sheriffs, officers, lawyers, iustices, and others to ruminate upon. 1649 (1649) Wing F1673; Thomason 669.f.13[90]; ESTC R211243 2,069 1 View Text
A31529 The Certificate of the deputy lieutenants for county of Warwick of their endeavours in execution of the militia, with the cheerfulnesse and obedience of the trained bands, and number of voluntiers : together with the petition of the deputy lieutenants, captains, officers, and souldiers of the trained bands, and voluntiers of the said county to the Right Honorable Robert Lord Brook, Lord Lieutenant of the said county, to present their thankfulnesse for providing the ordinance of the militia for the safety of this kingdom : with the Lords answer thereunto. Brooke, Robert Greville, Baron, 1607-1643. 1642 (1642) Wing C1767; ESTC R4230 2,095 8 View Text
A10277 Questions worthy to be consulted on for the weale publyque 1555 (1555) STC 20560.7; ESTC S2991 2,321 1 View Text
B21538 The East-India Company, appellants. Mr. Attorney General at the relation of Walter Whitfeild, John Earl, and Thomas Killner. Respendents [sic]. The appellants case. East India Company. 1693 (1693) Wing E100BE; Interim Tract Supplement Guide L.R.305.a.7.[38]; ESTC R227817 2,510 2 View Text
B06066 By the Commissioners appointed for Administration of Justice to the People of Scotland. Forasmuch as there be many laudable laws and acts of Parliament of this nation made for suppressing of Sorners, broken Highlanders, borderers, and such as have disquieted the peace of the nation in former times ... Scotland. Commissioners for administration of Justice in Scotland. 1653 (1653) Wing S994E; ESTC R183803 2,622 1 View Text
A46011 By the generall assemblie of the Confederat Catholicks of Ireland an establishment for the Court of Generall Iudicature. Irish Confederation.; Kearnie, Philip. 1647 (1647) Wing I343B; ESTC R36824 2,719 8 View Text
A77915 A digest of government: together with certain additional proposals. Tendered to the consideration of all peaceable patriots. By William Ball, Esq Ball, William. 1659 (1659) Wing B588A; ESTC R231631 2,860 9 View Text
A04828 To the Kings most excellent Maiestie, the honorable lords, knights and burgesses assembled in Parliament the humble petition of your maiesties most miserable (yet most loyall subiects) the prisoners for debt in the Kings Bench. 1621 (1621) STC 14961.5; ESTC S3895 2,930 1 View Text
A91956 To the chosen and betrusted knights, citizens, and burgesses, assembled in Parliament at Westminster. The humble petition of Alice Rolph, wife to Major Edmond Rolph, close prisoner at the Gate-house Westminster, &c. Presented to the Honourable House of Commons, Iuly 10. 1648. Rolph, Alice. 1648 (1648) Wing R1889; Thomason 669.f.12[73]; ESTC R210951 2,944 1 View Text
A75869 The humble petition of the worshipful Thomas Adams, John Langham, and James Bunce, aldermen of London, presented to the Lords at their bar on Tuesday April 25. 1648. Wherein is declared their firm resolution to stand for the defence of the established laws of the land. Also their protestation against the lords jurisdiction over them or any other commoners in criminal cases. With their appeal from the Lords to their proper and competent judges (a jury of their equals) and judges sworn to proceed according to the known law of England. Together with a salva libertate by them sent to the lieutenant of the Tower, April 23. 1648. Adams, Thomas, Sir, 1586-1668.; Langham, John, Sir, 1584-1671.; Bunce, James, Sir, d. 1670. 1648 (1648) Wing A496; Thomason E435_31; ESTC R206259 3,203 8 View Text
A82382 An act for enabling judges to hold an assize at Durham. Wednesday July 13. 1659. Ordered by the Parliament, that this Act be forthwith printed and published. Tho. St Nicholas Clerk of Parliament. England and Wales. 1659 (1659) Wing E1033; Thomason E1074_11; ESTC R208305 3,204 11 View Text
B09921 The Lady Russel's and all Lords of Manners case and reasons against the bill for erecting a court of conscience Russell, Rachel, Lady, 1636-1723.; England and Wales. Parliament. 1683 (1683) Wing R2346B; ESTC R188739 3,719 3 View Text
A45083 Humble proposals to the Parliament now assembled whereby the profession of the civil law may be used in certain cases to the great ease and benefit of the people : without looking back to Episcopacy or any thing that is abolished, or making any use of the Pope's law commonly called The Canon law or taking away any thing from the Common law, and in a perfect compliance with this present government. 1656 (1656) Wing H3600; ESTC R28932 3,795 12 View Text
A86087 A vvarning to the rulers in Surrey, &c. with a true relation of some of the passages at Kingston sessions, set forth for the prevention of false reports. Harwood, John. 1662 (1662) Wing H1105A; ESTC R177904 3,978 6 View Text
A46451 King Iames his iudgement by way of counsell and advice to all his loving subjects extracted out of his own speeches / by Doctor Willet ; concerning politique government in England and Scotland. England and Wales. Sovereign (1603-1625 : James I); Willet, Andrew, 1562-1621. 1642 (1642) Wing J136; ESTC R15218 4,007 8 View Text
A94693 To the supreme authority of the nation the Commons of England, assembled in Parliament. The humble petition of divers well-affected persons in the cities of London and Westminster, the borough of Southwark, hamblets, and parts adjacent. In behalf of Lieut. Coll. John Lilburn, M. William Walwin, M. Thomas Prince, and M. Richard Overton, now prisoners in the Tower. 1649 (1649) Wing T1730; Thomason 669.f.14[20]; ESTC R211104 4,146 1 View Text
B04656 The objections of the Levant Company answered Company of Merchants of England Trading to the Levant. 1650 (1650) Wing O87; ESTC R181155 4,577 18 View Text
A29436 A Brief deduction of the case between George Carew Esqr. administrator of the goods and chattels, rights, debts and credits of Sr. William Courten, knight deceased unadministred with his will annexed, plaintiff and [I]acob Pergens, bewinthebber of the West-India Company at their chamber in Amsterdam, defendant : as it was delivered in low-Dutch to the scheepens and iudges in Amsterdam, in the month of October 1676. Carew, George, Esq.; Courten, William, Sir, 1572-1636.; Pergens, Jacob. 1676 (1676) Wing C545; Wing B4566; ESTC R40763 4,703 5 View Text
A37182 Poem upon His Sacred Majesties most happy return to his dominions written by Sr William Davenant. D'Avenant, William, Sir, 1606-1668. 1660 (1660) Wing D334; ESTC R10462 4,829 24 View Text
B08777 The city of London's present danger 1682 (1682) Wing C4360A; ESTC R174067 4,868 8 View Text
A33184 The Citizens loss when the charter of London is forfeited or given up 1683 (1683) Wing C4341; ESTC R35637 4,912 4 View Text
B03938 Mr. Kelletts case with the Society of Clements-Inn. Kellett, Mr. 1682 (1682) Wing K237A; ESTC R215544 4,917 5 View Text
A01655 A publike declaration· made by the united Protestant princes electors and other princes, states and lords, of the Holie Empire, thereby shewing for what causes and reasons, they are mooued to ioyne together in a straight vnitie and alliance, to aide and assist the princes electors of BrandenBurgh and the Palsgraue: in the possession of the dukedomes, countryes and dominions of Gulike, Cleaue, and Berge. Translated out of the Duch copie, printed at Amsterdam by Michael Colyn, ann. 1610 Protestant Union (1608-1620) 1610 (1610) STC 11795; ESTC S103058 4,940 12 View Text
A94425 To his Highness Oliver Lord Protector of the Common-wealth of England, Scotland, and Ireland, with the territories thereunto belonging. The humble petition of the free holders and other well-affected people of this Common wealth, whose names are hereunto subscribed. England and Wales. Lord Protector (1653-1658 : O. Cromwell) 1655 (1655) Wing T1365; Thomason 669.f.20[10]; ESTC R211570 5,874 1 View Text
A74790 A new Magna Charta: enacted and confirmed by the high and mighty states, the remainder of the Lords and Commons, now sitting at Westminster, in empty Parliament, under the command and wardship of Sir Thomas Fairfax, Lievtenant Generall Cromwell, (our present soveraigne lord the King, now residing at his royall pallace at White-Hall) and Prince Ireton his sonne, and the Army under their command. Containing the many new, large and ample liberties, customes and franchises, of late freely granted and confirmed to our soveraigne lord King Charles, his heires and successors; the Church and state of England and Ireland, and all the freemen, and free-borne people of the same. Prynne, William, 1600-1669. 1648 (1648) Thomason E427_15; ESTC R203352 6,004 11 View Text
A51686 Corpus sine capite visibili, an ænigmaticall emblem, or, a modell of these distemper'd times being an apparent body, well proportioned, upright and streight, but yet without any visible head, in this our most unhappy mereridian [sic] of London, lately conceived in a dreame or slumber, and now delineated, penned and produced, to the open view of the world / by I.M., Student of Exon. in Oxon. I. M., Student of Exon. in Oxon. 1642 (1642) Wing M31A; ESTC R5813 6,211 16 View Text
A31060 A Bill and answer, betwixt Jack Catch plaintiff, and Slingsby Bethel, & al. defendants, of the year, 1681 published for the satisfaction of all true lovers of conscience and equity. Bethel, Slingsby, 1617-1697. 1686 (1686) Wing B93; ESTC R38676 6,492 20 View Text
A81335 A brief discourse proving independency, in church-government, destructive to the positive lawes of this kingdome, and inconsistent therewith. By Robert Derham, of Grayes Inne, Barrister. Published according to order. Derham, Robert. 1646 (1646) Wing D1096; Thomason E344_10; ESTC R200959 7,105 16 View Text
A88186 For every individuall member of the honourable House of Commons Lilburne, John, 1614?-1657. 1647 (1647) Wing L2109; Thomason E414_9; ESTC R204503 7,264 4 View Text
A54943 Scotland mourning: or, A short discovery of the sad consequences which accompanies the delay of the setling judicatories in that nation. By Robert Pittilloh advocate. Pittilloh, Robert, 1621?-1698. 1659 (1659) Wing P2312; ESTC R218256 7,277 8 View Text
A53728 Some considerations about union among Protestants, and the preservation of the interest of the Protestant religion in this nation Owen, John, 1616-1683. 1680 (1680) Wing O807A; ESTC R20887 7,750 16 View Text
A31009 A just lamentation for the irrecoverable loss of the nation by the doleful death of the late Queen Mary of blessed memory delivered in a sermon preached at Daventry March 5, 1694/5 [i.e. 1695] / by Andrew Barnett. Barnett, Andrew, 17th cent. 1695 (1695) Wing B875A; ESTC R30713 7,779 36 View Text
A92404 The converts letter to his old freinds. Or The apologie of a commander of the Kings party, for diserting of that party, and bearing armes for the Parliament. Wherein is shewed, that those pretences of defending the Protestant religion, the fundamentall lawes, the liberties of the subjects, &c. on that party, are but specious. What Irish, and papists, have been honoured & cheifly intrusted. How if that army doth conquer, as it is now moulded, popery and tiranny, of necessity must be introduced. Withe the lawfulnesse of bearing defensive armes by the Parliament. Printed and published according to order. W. R. 1645 (1645) Wing R94; Thomason E260_43; ESTC R212471 7,823 11 View Text
A83373 The petition of right: exhibited to His Maiestie, by the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, concerning divers rights, and the liberties of the subject; : with His Majesties severall answers to them. : Also His Majesties declaration upon the same. : Likewise, His Majesties Commission of Aray for Leicester Shire, / written by the King in Latine, and translated for the knowledge of the common-wealth. ; With the votes of both houses of Parliament concerning the same. ; John Browne cler. Parliamentorum. ; Together how Sir Henry Hastings and others had repulse, and were arested by a sergeant at armes in the execution of the said commission. England and Wales. Parliament.; Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649.; Browne, John, ca. 1608-1691.; England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I) 1642 (1642) Wing E2169A; ESTC R34431 7,929 8 View Text
A75610 The arraignment of the Anabaptists good old cause, vvith the manner and proceedings of the court of iustice against him. Also the names of the jury and witnesses that came in against him, with the sentence of death pronounced by the judge before his execution,. 1660 (1660) Wing A3752; Thomason E1017_32; ESTC R208078 7,934 16 View Text
A70119 The Good old cause explained, revived, & asserted and the Long-Parliament vindicated in a remonstrance to His Excellency the Lord Fleetwood and councel of officers : being the sense and earnest desires of many thousands honest well-affected persons of the army and people in this nation : with several expedients humbly offered, 1. for the settling and securing of our civil and spiritual rights and freedoms, and the publique peace of the nation, 2. for the speedy raising of moneys to pay the arrears of the army and navy, and future supply of other publique ingagements, as the most probable and visible way and means now under God left to accomplish the same, and preserves us from that inevitable confusion and destruction which hangs over and threatens the three nations. 1659 (1659) Wing G1078; ESTC R7873 7,948 8 View Text
A36022 To the Kings Most Excellent Majesty the humble petitionary poem of Edmond Dillon, esq. Dillon, Edmond. 1664 (1664) Wing D1489; ESTC R19217 8,148 22 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
A46054 Ignoramus vindicated in a dialogue between prejudice and indifference touching the duty, power, and proceedings of juries : together with some material points relating thereunto / declared for law by the Right Honourable Sir John Vaughan ... Vaughan, John, Sir, 1603-1674. 1681 (1681) Wing I46; ESTC R34473 9,072 16 View Text
A90224 To the Right Honourable, the knights, citizens, and burgesses, the Parliament of England, assembled at Westminster, the humble appeale and petition of Mary Overton, prisoner in Bridewell:. Overton, Mary. 1647 (1647) Wing O617; Thomason E381_10; ESTC R201411 9,107 15 View Text
A88875 The courts of justice corrected and amended. Or the corrupt lawyer untrust, lasht and quasht. Wherein the partiall judge, counsellour, great mover, whispering informer, favourite at the bar are fully displayed, convicted, and directed. By W.L. Esquire. Presented to the honourable House of Commons, and by them approved of.; Just lawyer his conscionable complaint against auricular or private informing and soliciting of judges. Lambarde, William, 1536-1601. 1642 (1642) Wing L86; Thomason E108_31; ESTC R22218 9,135 17 View Text
A90356 The pedigree from old Andrew Barrett, Esq having seven sons, who made several feofments to several trustees in trust of all his estates to theuse [sic] of his last will, who made the said will in Dublin, July 9. 1613. and thereby intails all his estate upon Sir James Barrett his eldest son, and to his heirs male; and for want thereof, to the 2d, 3d, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th sons, as by inquisitions, deeds and records, may, and will appear. 1685 (1685) Wing P1049B; ESTC R231930 9,516 5 View Text
A91784 The great and grievous oppression of the subject; exhibited in a remonstrance to the Parliament: wherein-is more particularly set forth, the unjust dealings of the two corporations of Hull and Headon in the county of York. By Robert Raikes Gent. Raikes, Robert, of Headon. 1659 (1659) Wing R138; Thomason E989_14; ESTC R208201 9,571 11 View Text
A25001 An Account of the coming up of Tho. Earl of Danby, from the Tower of London to the Court of Kings-Bench at Westminster, on Saturday, the 27th of May, 1682 together with the most remarkable passages and arguments used by His Lordship to that court, and the answer of the judges thereto. 1682 (1682) Wing A264; ESTC R12516 9,769 12 View Text
A60946 Musica incantans, or, The power of music written originally in Latin by Dr. South, translated ; with a preface concerning the natural effects of musick upon the mind. South, Robert, 1634-1716. 1700 (1700) Wing S4737; ESTC R37974 10,069 30 View Text
A52926 Acts and laws, passed by the general Court or Assembly of His Majesties Province of New-Hampshire in New-England, begun and held at Portsmouth, on Monday the seventh day of August, 1699, anno regni Gulielmi Tertii, Angliae, Scotiae, Franciae, et Hiberniae Regis undecimo; Laws, etc. New Hampshire.; New Hampshire. General Assembly. 1699 (1699) Wing N645; ESTC R12151 10,157 9 View Text
A91637 A Remonstrance or narrative by way of complaint to the Kings most excellent Majesty, and the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament in behalf of Robert Oxwicke and company, owners of the ship Endeavour, and of Richard Baker and company, proprietors of the said ships lading ... against Giles de la Roach and company, all subjects to the French king, wherein is faithfully described their horrid act of piracy at sea, committed the 21th of November 1655, English style, against the said English, by the said de la Roach and other French-men ... contrary to the articles of peace concluded the 3d of November 1655 ... 1660 (1660) Wing R1025A; ESTC R42559 10,559 7 View Text
A94284 Englands freedome, souldiers rights: vindicated against all arbitrary unjust invaders of them, and in particular against those new tyrants at Windsore, which would destroy both under the pretence of marshall law. Or, the just declaration, plea, and protestation of William Thompson, a free commoner of England, unjustly imprisoned at Windsore. Delivered to his Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax, and that which is called his Councell of Warre, the 14. of December, 1647. Unto which is annexed his letter to the Generall, wherein the said plea was inclosed. Also a petition to the rest of his fellow-prisoners to his Excellency. Thompson, William, d. 1649. 1647 (1647) Wing T1016; Thomason E419_23; ESTC R204646 10,648 12 View Text
A88064 The Leveller: or, The principles & maxims concerning government and religion, vvhich are asserted by those that are commonly called Levellers. 1659 (1659) Wing L1799; Thomason E968_3; ESTC R202722 10,678 16 View Text
B08738 The charter of the Bahama Islands England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II). 1670 (1670) Wing C3724AA; ESTC R173810 10,854 19 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
A69662 A full and satisfactorie ansvvere to the Arch-bishop of Canterbvries speech, or, Funerall sermon preached by himselfe on the Tower-hill, on Friday the tenth of Ianuary, 1645, upon Hebr. 12. 1, 2 at which time he was there and then beheaded wherein is a full and plenary discourse to satisfie all those who have been startled with his suttle and Jesuiticall falacies and evasions in the said speech : and other passages and observations of great consequence, to satisfie the expectation of the Kingdome therein. Burton, Henry, 1578-1648. 1645 (1645) Wing B6162A; ESTC R4327 11,272 23 View Text
A91877 Certain considerations in order to a more speedy, cheap, and equall distribution of justice throughout the nation. Most humbly presented to the High Court of Parliament of the most hopeful common-wealth of England. By Henry Robinson. Robinson, Henry, 1605?-1664? 1650 (1650) Wing R1668; Thomason E616_2; ESTC R21129 11,283 19 View Text
A86339 The process, and pleadings in the court of Spain upon the death of Anthonie Ascham resident for the Parliament of England, and of John Baptista Riva his interpreter, who were kill'd by John Guillim, William Spark, Valentine Progers, Jo. Halsal, William Arnet, Henrie Progers. Who are all in close prison in Madrid for the said fact, except Henry Progers, who fled to the Venetian ambassador's hous, and so escaped. / Sent from Madrid from a person of qualitie and made English. Hierro, Agustín de, 17th cent.; Howell, James, 1594?-1666.; R. W. 1651 (1651) Wing H1944; Thomason E636_3; ESTC R202579 11,479 19 View Text
B01385 An answer by an Anabaptist to the three considerations proposed to Mr. William Penn, by a pretended Baptists, concerning a magna charta for liberty of conscience. 1688 (1688) Wing A3275A; ESTC R224289 11,692 18 View Text
A65857 The conscientious cause of the sufferers, called Quakers pleaded and expostulated with their oppressors in this nation of England, and particularly in and about the city of London : and those in power that go about to transport, banish, or suppress them for their meetings, innocently informed, and impartially cautioned, from the innocent and oppressed seed of God, which herein calls for justice and equity, and utterly exclaims against severity and persecution for matters of conscience or religion : wherein first and principally is shewed, the use and end of the publick assemblies of the said sufferers, in answer to several objections against them, 1. with respect to their conscientiousness, as it being their duty to meet, 2. with respect to their innocency and peaceable deportment both to the nation and government therein / by G.W. Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723. 1664 (1664) Wing W1918; ESTC R20036 11,816 16 View Text
A16733 Characters vpon essaies morall, and diuine written for those good spirits, that will take them in good part, and make vse of them to good purpose. Breton, Nicholas, 1545?-1626? 1615 (1615) STC 3635; ESTC S104709 11,952 62 View Text
A79485 An additionall remonstrance to the valiant and wel-deserving souldier, and the rest of the creditors of the common-wealth: concerning the publick faith; souldiers arrears; and other publick debts, and grievances of the nation. With a little friendly touch to L:Coll: Iohn Lilburne. Written by Samuel Chidley of London Gent. Chidley, Samuel. 1653 (1653) Wing C3834; Thomason E702_17; Thomason E711_7; ESTC R207323 12,740 20 View Text
A32165 Articles of alliance and commerce between the most serene and potent prince Charles II, by the grace of God king of Great Britain, France and Ireland, defender of the faith &c., and the most serene and potent prince Christian V, by the grace of God king of Denmark, Norway &c. / concluded at Copenhagen the 11th day of July, 1670.; Treaties, etc. Denmark, 1670 July 11. English. England and Wales.; Charles II, King of England, 1630-1685.; Christian V, King of Denmark and Norway, 1646-1699.; Denmark. Treaties, etc. England and Wales, 1690 July 11. English. 1672 (1672) Wing C2892; ESTC R43087 12,829 31 View Text
A53029 The charter of the city of New-York; Charter (1686) New York (N.Y.).; Limerick, Thomas Dongan, Earl of, 1634-1715. 1694 (1694) Wing N828; ESTC W18936 13,186 11 View Text
A46905 Nature inverted, or, Judgement turned into gall delivered in a sermon at the Cathedral Church of St. Peter in York, upon Monday the 18th of July, 1670, being the summer assize held before the Right Honourable Baron Turner and Baron Littleton, the Right Worshipfull Sr. Philip Monckton, Knight, being then High-sheriff of Yorkshire / by James Johnson ... Johnson, James, 1639 or 40-1704. 1670 (1670) Wing J778; ESTC R3847 13,194 25 View Text
A35615 The Case of James Percy, the true heir-male and claimant to the Earldom of Northumberland to the honourable knights, citizens, and burgesses, and to the Committee of Grievances in Parliament assembled : the humble petition of James Percy, cozen and next heir-male to Joscelin Percy, the late and eleventh Earl of Northumberland, deceased. 1680 (1680) Wing C924; ESTC R19657 13,721 16 View Text
A35857 A dialogue at Oxford between a tutor and a gentleman, formerly his pupil, concerning government 1681 (1681) Wing D1290; ESTC R20617 14,276 23 View Text
A83529 Two acts of Parliament, the one for the preventing of the inconveniences happening by the long intermission of Parliament. : And the other for regulating of the Privie Councell, and for taking away the court, commonly called, The Star-Chamber.; Laws, etc. England and Wales.; England and Wales. Parliament. 1640 (1640) Wing E2382C; ESTC R230802 14,291 17 View Text
A03796 St. Pauls exercise, or, A sermon of conscience Describing the nature of it; and declaring the manner and meanes how to obtaine, and retaine, a good conscience. Preached by Iohn Hughes, Doctor in Diuinitie. Hughes, John, fl. 1622. 1622 (1622) STC 13914; ESTC S104276 14,412 29 View Text
A35603 The case of Anthony Earl of Shaftsbury as it was argued before His Majesties justices of the Kings Bench, Trin. Term., 29. Car. 2 : being upon his confinement in the Tower &c. : with a speech of this worthy Earl, pleading his own case, and the liberty of the subject. Shaftesbury, Anthony Ashley Cooper, Earl of, 1621-1683. 1679 (1679) Wing C883; ESTC R4010 14,439 19 View Text
A35614 The case of James Percy, claymant to the Earldom of Northumberland with an impartial account of the proceedings he hath made in the several courts of justice in order to the proving and obtaining his right and title to the said Earldom : humbly addressed to the Kings Most Excellent Majesty, and the Right Honourable the Lords spiritual and temporal in Parliamnet [sic] assembled. Percy, James, 1619-1690?; Grey of Ruthin, Charles Longueville, Baron, 1618-1643. 1685 (1685) Wing C923; ESTC R219212 14,579 14 View Text
A91239 The petition of right of the free-holders and free-men of the kingdom of England: humbly presented to the Lords and Commons (their representatives and substitutes) from whom they expect a speedy and satisfactory answer, as their undoubted liberty and birth-right. Prynne, William, 1600-1669. 1648 (1648) Wing P4029; Thomason E422_9 14,940 23 View Text
A85402 The Vnrighteous iudge, or an answer to a printed paper, pretending a letter to Mr Io. Goodvvin, by Sir Francis Nethersole knight. Wherein the rough things of the said pretended letter, are made smooth, and the crooked things straight: and the predominant designe of it fully evinced to be, either an unscholarlike oscitancie and mistake, or else somewhat much worse. / By the said Jo. Goodwin. Goodwin, John, 1594?-1665. 1649 (1649) Wing G1179; Thomason E540_1; ESTC R205729 15,015 25 View Text
A01138 The charge of Sir Francis Bacon Knight, his Maiesties Attourney generall, touching duells vpon an information in the Star-chamber against Priest and Wright. With the decree of the Star-chamber in the same cause. Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626.; England and Wales. Court of Star Chamber. 1614 (1614) STC 1125; ESTC S121055 15,080 60 View Text
B02593 A sermon preached at the assises held at York, July the 23d. 1683. Not long after the discovery of the late horrid conspiracy against his Majesties person and government. / By Henry Constantine, M.A. Constantine, Henry. 1683 (1683) Wing C947A; ESTC R174230 15,104 41 View Text
A58496 Remarks on the present condition of the navy, and particularly of the victualling, in which the notion of fortifying of garisons is exploded, and 'tis clearly prov'd that the only security of England consists in a good fleet in a letter from a sailor to a member of the House of Commons. Sailor. 1700 (1700) Wing R935A; ESTC R10451 15,250 28 View Text
A58495 Remarks on the present condition of the Navy, and particularly of the victualling in which the notion of fortifying of garisons is exploded, and 'tis clearly prov'd that the only security of England consists in a good fleet : in a letter from a sailor to a member of the House of Commons. 1670 (1670) Wing R935; ESTC R3867 15,253 28 View Text
A28043 Cases of treason written by Sir Francis Bacon, Knight ... Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. 1641 (1641) Wing B272; ESTC R16590 15,315 40 View Text
A61461 A sermon preached before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor, and Aldermen of the City of London at St. Mary-Le-Bow, Jan. 30th, 1693/4 by William Stephens ... Stephens, William, d. 1718. 1694 (1694) Wing S5462; ESTC R14148 15,463 35 View Text
A66607 A sermon preached before the judge at the assizes held at Nottingham, on the 19th of July, 1689 by W. Wilson ... Wilson, W., Rector of St. Peter's Church in Nottingham. 1689 (1689) Wing W2957; ESTC R8299 16,299 32 View Text
A88190 The grand plea of Lievt. Col. John Lilburne, prerogative prisoner in the Tower of London, against the present tyrannicall House of Lords, which he delivered before an open committee of the House of Commons, the twenteth day of October, 1647. where Mr. Iohn Maynard the lawyer had the chaire. Lilburne, John, 1614?-1657. 1647 (1647) Wing L2112; Thomason E411_21; ESTC R202731 16,502 16 View Text
A88230 An outcry of the youngmen and apprentices of London: or, An inquisition after the lost fundamentall lawes and liberties of England. Directed (August 29. 1649.) in an epistle to the private souldiery of the Army, especially all those that signed the solemne ingagement at Newmarket-Heath, the fifth of Iune, 1647. But more especially to the private souldiers of the Generalls Regiment of Horse, that helped to plunder and destroy the honest and true-hearted English-men, trayterously defeated at Burford the 15. of May, 1649. Signed by Charles Collins, Anthony Bristlebolt, William Trabret, Stephen Smith, Edward Waldgrave, Thomas Frisby, Edward Stanley, VVilliam VVhite, Nicholas Blowd, John Floyd in the nameand [sic] behalf of themselves, and the young-men and apprentices of the City of London. Who are cordiall approvers of the paper, called, The agreement of the free people, dated May 1. 1649. and the defeated Burford-mens late vindication, dated the 20. of August, 1649.; Young-mens and the apprentices outcry. Collins, Charles, apprentice.; Lilburne, John, 1614?-1657, attributed name. 1649 (1649) Wing L2152; Thomason E572_13; ESTC R202784 16,945 12 View Text
A96751 Justitiarius justificatus. = The iustice justified. Being an apologeticall remonstrance, / delivered to the honourable Commissioners, of the Great Seale, by George Wither Esquire, and occasioned by Sir Richard Onslow Knight, with some others, who moved to have him put out of the commission of the peace, in Surrey: in which private-defence, many things are expressed, verie pertinent to publike-consideration; and, top the vindication of the liberties of the subject, in generall, and of magistrates, in particular. Wither, George, 1588-1667. 1646 (1646) Wing W3165; Thomason E506_30; ESTC R205589 16,964 15 View Text
A67236 Of Christian magistracy A sermon preach'd in the Cathedral-Church of St. Peter in York, at the assizes held there, July the 26th, 1697. Before the right honourable Mr. Justice Nevill and Baron Turton. By Christopher Wyvill, D.D. and Dean of Ripon. Wyvill, Christopher, 1651?-1711. 1697 (1697) Wing W3786A; ESTC R222179 17,177 31 View Text
A40929 Christian tolleration, or, Simply and singly to meet upon the account of religion, really to worship and serve the Lord, without any unlawful act to be done or intended, is not an offence against law and also concerning seditious sectaries, disloyal persons, and seditious conventicles punishable by the late act : and likewise concerning banishments ... R. F. (Richard Farnworth), d. 1666. 1664 (1664) Wing F477; ESTC R1637 17,385 34 View Text
A67732 The Young-mens and the apprentices outcry, or, An inquisition after the lost fundamentall lawes and liberties of England 1649 (1649) Wing Y131; ESTC R16464 17,402 12 View Text
A89760 Proposals for propagation of the gospel, offered to the Parliament: by Capt. Robert Norvvod. Norwood, Robert, Captain. 1652 (1652) Wing N1384; Thomason E656_21; ESTC R206655 18,095 23 View Text
A88236 A plea, or protest, made by VVilliam Prynne, Esquire, and by him sent unto J.M. Knight, one of the eleven impeached Members. Wherein he declares the injustice and illegality of the Lords, Commons, and grandees of the Armies proceedings against him. Whereunto is annexed the case of A.B. (a citizen of London, and a free commoner of England) truly stated, in reference to a pretended impeachment of treason depending in the House of Peers against him : with an answer to certain queres framed thereupon : unto which is annexed the answer of the said A.B. unto the Lords assembled in Parliament in point of law, ... in which it is fully proved, that the House of Lords ... hath not the least jurisdiction in the world over any commoner ... with a full answer to all their presidents in such cases; and that it is not safe for the said A.B. to kneel at the Lords barre, because it is stooping and submitting to their jurisdiction. / Published for the common good of all honest Englishmen, by Lionel Hurbin Gentleman, March 17. 1647. Lilburne, John, 1614?-1657.; J. M.; Prynne, William, 1600-1669. 1648 (1648) Wing L2161; Thomason E432_18; ESTC R202738 18,211 22 View Text
A05168 A sermon preached before his Maiestie, on Sunday the XIX. of Iune, at White-Hall Appointed to be preached at the opening of the Parliament. By the Bishop of S. Dauids. Laud, William, 1573-1645. 1625 (1625) STC 15302; ESTC S108347 18,305 52 View Text
A87640 The new Returna brevium or the law returned from Westminster and restored in brief to its native, antient, and proper habitation, language, power, puritie, integritie, cheapness, briefness, plainness. Rescued out of the sacrilegious hands, barbarous disguises, ænigmatical intricacies, lucrative constructions, extorted verdicts, fals judgments, & bribeful executions of her perjured impostors, fals interpreters, iailers, catchpols, attorneys, &c whereunto is added the Petition of Right, granted by Parliament in the 3 year of King Charls, and confirmed by this (although to bee found in larger volumes) for cheapness to the generalitie to inform themselvs what is their rights. Written by John Jones of the Neyath in com. Brecon Gent. Jones, John, of Neyath, Brecon. 1650 (1650) Wing J972; Thomason E1411_2; ESTC R202637 18,638 94 View Text
A85356 Good news from Nevv-England: with an exact relation of the first planting that countrey : a description of the profits accruing by the worke. Together with a briefe, but true discovery of their order both in church and common-wealth, and maintenance allowed the painfull labourers in that vineyard of the Lord. With the names of the severall towns, and who be preachers to them. Winslow, Edward, 1595-1655. 1648 (1648) Wing G1062; Thomason E431_21; ESTC R8856 18,639 29 View Text
A48944 The honour of the magistrate asserted In a sermon preached at the assizes holden at Lincoln on Monday, March the 23. 1673/4. By Thomas Lodington, M.A. Sometimes fellow of Magdalen Colledge in Cambridge, and now rector of Welby in the county of Lincoln. Lodington, Thomas, 1621-1692. 1674 (1674) Wing L2812A; ESTC R217723 19,040 35 View Text
A86830 The humble petition of the ministers of the Church of England desiring reformation of certain ceremonies and abuses of the Church with the answer of the vicechancelor, the doctors, both the proctours, and other the heads of houses, in the Vniversity of Oxford.; Answere of the vicechancelour, the doctors, both the proctors, and other the heads of houses in the Universitie of Oxford. University of Oxford. 1641 (1641) Wing H3562; Thomason E170_4; ESTC R9252 19,567 36 View Text
B11858 An apology of an appeale Also an epistle to the true-hearted nobility. By Henry Burton, pastor of St. Mathewes Friday-Street. Burton, Henry, 1578-1648. 1636 (1636) STC 4135; ESTC S106955 19,673 40 View Text
A62416 The Earl of Anglesey's state of the government & kingdom prepared and intended for His Majesty, King Charles II in the year 1682, but the storm inpending growing so high prevented it then : with a short vindication of His Lordship from several aspersions cast upon him, in a pretended letter that carries the title of his memoirs / by Sir John Thompson, Baronet.; State of the government & kingdom Anglesey, Arthur Annesley, Earl of, 1614-1686.; Haversham, John Thompson, Baron, 1647-1710. 1694 (1694) Wing T1000; ESTC R1565 19,674 41 View Text