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A02994 A discourse to the lords of the Parliament As touching the murther committed vppon the person of Henrie the Great, King of Fraunce. Manifestlie prooving the Iesuites to be the plotters and principall deuisers of that horrible act. Translated out of French, and published by authority.; Remonstrance à messieurs de la Cour de Parlement sur le parricide commis en la personne du roy Henry le Grand. English Mornay, Philippe de, seigneur du Plessis-Marly, 1549-1623.; Crashaw, William, 1572-1626. 1611 (1611) STC 13134; ESTC S103959 20,195 50 View Text
A86679 The royall, and the royallist's plea. Shewing, that the Kings Majesty hath the chiefe power in this realme, and other his dominions, (1 Pet. 2.13.) And to him the chiefe government of all estates of this realme, whether they be civill or ecclesiasticall, in all causes doth appertaine. Artic. 27. of Religion concerning magist. Hudson, Michael, 1605-1648. 1647 (1647) Wing H3262; Thomason E390_19; ESTC R201538 20,403 30 View Text
A43512 A briefe relation of the death and sufferings of the Most Reverend and renowned prelate, the L. Archbishop of Canterbury with a more perfect copy of his speech, and other passages on the scaffold, than hath beene hitherto imprinted. Heylyn, Peter, 1600-1662. 1644 (1644) Wing H1685; ESTC R212372 21,500 34 View Text
A79999 Englands compleat law-judge, and lawyer. Declared in these ensuing heads; 1. Whether that law and those judges and practizers owned time out of minde by the supreme authority of the nation, be not the laws, judges, and lawyers of this Common-wealth, &c. 2. Whether courts so constituted are not records of the nation. 3. Whether each court hath not power, as such, to enforce its owne decrees. 4. That the decrees and usages of such a court are as valid as of any court. 5. Whether it be not against reason, that when divers courts in the same nation act by divers lawes, one of the courts should have power to prohibit the other to proceed to bring the matters in difference before it self. 6. Concerning judges of appeale. Cock, Charles George.; Paget, Thomas, d. 1660. 1655 (1655) Wing C4788; Thomason E860_3; ESTC R206642 21,704 41 View Text
A05581 A briefe relation of certaine speciall and most materiall passages, and speeches in the Starre-Chamber occasioned and delivered the 14th. day of Iune, 1637. At the censure of those three famous and worthy gentlemen, Dr. Bastwicke, Mr. Burton, and Mr. Prynne. Even so as it hath beene truely and faithfully gathered from their owne mouthes, by one present at the said censure. Bastwick, John, 1593-1654.; England and Wales. Court of Star Chamber. 1638 (1638) STC 1570; ESTC S101052 21,742 33 View Text
B08236 A Briefe relation of certain speciall and most materiall passages, and speeches in the Starre-Chamber, occasioned and delivered Iune the 14th. 1637. at the censure of those three worthy gentlemen, Dr. Bastwicke, Mr. Burton and Mr. Prynne, as it hath beene truely and faithfully gathered from their owne mouthes by one present at the sayd censure.. 1637 (1637) STC 1569; ESTC S126020 21,885 34 View Text
A11674 A Remonstrance concerning the present troubles from the meeting of the Estaees [sic] of Scotland, Aprill 16. unto the Parliament of England. Scotland. Parliament. 1640 (1640) STC 21928; ESTC R212142 22,508 28 View Text
A40767 A faithfull and conscientious account for subscribing the engagement discussed in four sections : I. Motives for just expediency of giving such account, 2. The account truely stated and explained, 3. Reasons justifying the faithfulness of it, 4. Objections against it, satisfactorily answered. Paget, Thomas, d. 1660. 1650 (1650) Wing F265; ESTC R25205 22,683 38 View Text
A29208 A sermon preached at Dublin upon the 23 of Aprill, 1661 being the day appointed for His Majesties coronation : with two speeches made in the House of Peers the 11th of May, 1661, when the House of Commons presented their speaker / by John Lord Archbishop of Armagh, Primate and Metropolitan of all Ireland. Bramhall, John, 1594-1663. 1661 (1661) Wing B4235; ESTC R25292 22,740 52 View Text
A69292 A record of some worthy proceedings in the honourable, wise, and faithfull Howse of Commons in the late Parliament England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons.; Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. 1611 (1611) STC 7751; ESTC S122422 22,834 50 View Text
A65266 Regicidium Judaicum, or, A discourse about the Jewes crucifying Christ their king with an appendix, or supplement, upon the late murder of ovr blessed soveraigne Charles the first / delivered in a sermon at the Hague ... by Richard Watson ... Watson, Richard, 1612-1685. 1649 (1649) Wing W1093; ESTC R31816 23,015 28 View Text
A59742 A survey of the county judicatures commonly called the county court, hundred court, and court baron wherein the nature and use of them, and the way and order of keeping them is opened for the great ease and profit of all such as have occasion to keep, or use them / by William Sheppard. Sheppard, William, d. 1675? 1656 (1656) Wing S3213; ESTC R29356 23,078 112 View Text
A43746 Institutions, or, Advice to his grandson in three parts / by William Higford ... Higford, William, 1581?-1657. 1658 (1658) Wing H1947; ESTC R34464 23,330 114 View Text
A20398 A Most excellent and profitable dialogue, of the powerfull iustifying faith shewing what it is to beleeue in God, and what wonders are wrought by the power of beliefe, be it worldly or diuine, and what things do hinder beliefe : also how a man may hate himselfe, and by faith forsake himselfe, and kill the deeds of the flesh : the effect of the talke is this, that he which beleeueth in God, and in his son Iesus Christ, is able by the power of that beliefe, to mortifie his flesh, with the lusts thereof, through the Holy Ghost, and to serue God in spirit and truth / translated out of Latine by Arthur Golding. Golding, Arthur, 1536-1606. 1610 (1610) STC 6809.5; ESTC S342 24,313 58 View Text
A60055 A short answer to a malicious pamphlet called, A reply written by John Gadbury, the King of England's juggler, and astrologer in ordinary to the Pope, to help on the work. Partridge, John, 1644-1715. 1680 (1680) Wing S3559; ESTC R39538 24,418 26 View Text
A26755 A dialogue between a modern courtier and an honest English gentleman to which is added the author's dedication to both Houses of Parliament, to whom he appeals for justice / by Samuel Baston. Baston, Samuel. 1697 (1697) Wing B1056; ESTC R37087 24,574 43 View Text
A70870 A new discovery of the prelates tyranny in their late prosecutions of Mr. William Pryn, an eminent Lawyer, Dr. Iohn Bastwick, a learned physitian and Mr. Henry Burton, a reverent divine wherein the separate and joynt proceedings against them in the high commission and Star Chamber their petitions, speeches, cariages at the hearing and execution of their last sentences Prynne, William, 1600-1669.; Bastwick, John, 1593-1654.; Burton, Henry, 1578-1648.; England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons. 1641 (1641) Wing P4018; ESTC R13582 25,214 51 View Text
A66487 God's court wherein the dignity and duty of judges and magistrates is shew'd in a sermon preached at the assises held at Kingston upon Thames, July 26, 1683 / by Thomas Willis ... Willis, Thomas, 1619 or 20-1692. 1683 (1683) Wing W2818; ESTC R7864 25,324 48 View Text
A19261 A white sheete, or A warning for whoremongers A sermon preached in the parish church of St. Swithins by London-stone, the 19. of Iuly, anno Domi: 1629. the day appointed by honorable authoritie, for penance to be done, by an inhabitant there, for fornication, continued more then two yeares, with his maide-seruant. By Richard Cooke B: of D: and parson there. Cooke, Richard, 1574 or 5-1639. 1629 (1629) STC 5676; ESTC S108659 25,390 52 View Text
A64566 The regulating of law-suits, evidences, and pleadings an assize-sermon preach't at Carmarthen, March the 16th, 1656 / by William Thomas ... Thomas, William, 1613-1689. 1657 (1657) Wing T981; ESTC R1308 25,954 42 View Text
A45196 Mr. Emmertons marriage with Mrs. Bridget Hyde considered wherein is discoursed the rights and nature of marriage, what authority the Curia Christianitatis hath in matrimonial causes at this day, the levitical degrees, the bounds of a legal marriage, and the reasons thereof, and that now matrimonial causes are determinable by virtue of the statute of H. 8. by the judges of common law : in a letter from a gentleman in the country to one of the commissioners delegates in that cause, desiring his opinion therein. Hunt, Thomas, 1627?-1688. 1682 (1682) Wing H3757; ESTC R15660 26,212 49 View Text
A26069 The royal apology, or, An answer to the rebels plea wherein the most noted anti-monarchial tenents, first, published by Doleman the Jesuite, to promote a bill of exclusion against King James, secondly, practised by Bradshaw and the regicides in the actual murder of King Charles the 1st, thirdly, republished by Sidney and the associators to depose and murder His present Majesty, are distinctly consider'd : with a parallel between Doleman, Bradshaw, Sidney and other of the true-Protestant party. Assheton, William, 1641-1711. 1684 (1684) Wing A4038; ESTC R648 26,293 69 View Text
A35836 The discovery of the great enmity of the serpent against the seed of the woman, which witnesseth against him where he rules, both in rulers, priests, and people whose hearts are now made manifest in this great day of the Lords power, wherein he is sending his sons and daughters in the power of his spirit to run to and fro to declare his word ... / a true testimony of him the world knows by name, William Deusbery, and in scorn calls a Quaker ... ; also his call to the ministry of the everlasting Gospel by the still voyce of the spirit of God ... ; the word of the Lord to all in England whom the Lord hath betrusted with power ... ; vvith a lamentation over all in England who oppose Christ in his spiritual appearance ... ; from the common goal in Northampton the 25 day of the 4 month, 1655. Dewsbury, William, 1621-1688. 1655 (1655) Wing D1265; ESTC R207336 26,718 32 View Text
A08707 The ansvvere of the vicechancelour, the doctors, both the proctors, and other the heads of houses in the Vniversitie of Oxford (agreeable, vndoubtedly, to the ioint and vniforme opinion, of all the deanes and chapters, and all other the learned and obedient cleargy, in the Church of England.) To the humble petition of the ministers of the Church of England, desiring reformation of certaine ceremonies and abuses of the Church. University of Oxford. 1603 (1603) STC 19011; ESTC S113819 26,966 50 View Text
A66539 The legacy of John Wilmer, citizen, and late merchant of London humbly offered to the lords and commons of England. Wilmer, John. 1692 (1692) Wing W2884; ESTC R9494 27,537 38 View Text
A03490 The Golden bull: or, The fundamentall lavves and constitutions of the Empire Shewing, the persons and priuiledges of the princes electors, the manner of the election, the forme and ceremonies thereof, with other politique orders to be obserued by the states and subiects of the Empire, which shall bee assembed at Francford (for the election of the now next emperour) the tenth day of Iuly next ensuing. 1619.; Bulla Aurea. English Holy Roman Empire. 1619 (1619) STC 13611; ESTC S104148 28,314 60 View Text
A01365 A very briefe and profitable treatise declaring hovve many counsells, and vvhat maner of counselers a prince that will gouerne well ought to haue The book speaketh. ...; Consejo i consejeros del principe. English. Abridgments Furio Ceriol, Fadrique, d. 1592.; Blundeville, Thomas, fl. 1561. 1570 (1570) STC 11488; ESTC S105670 28,475 130 View Text
A49982 An account at large of the Right Honourable the Earl of Danby's arguments at the Court of King's-bench at Westminster, upon his Lordship's motion for bail, the 27th day of May, term. pasch, 1682 together with the judges answers and the Earl's replyes, as they were then truly taken. Leeds, Thomas Osborne, Duke of, 1631-1712.; England and Wales. Court of King's Bench. 1682 (1682) Wing L918; ESTC R863 28,531 31 View Text
A77940 A declaration of the present sufferings of above 140. persons of the people of God (who are now in prison,) called Quakers: with a briefe accompt of about 1900. more ... Together with the number of 21. persons who were imprisoned and persecuted until death. All which was delivered to Tho. Bampfield, then Speaker of the Parliament, on the sixth day of the second month, 1659 ... As also an accompt of some grounds and reasons, why for conscience sake we bear our testimony against divers customes and practices at this day in use amongst men. Also a cry of great jndgement [sic] at hand upon the oppressors of the Lords heritage, as received from him on the 18. day of the first month called March. With an offer to the Parliament of our bodies, person for person to be imprisoned, for the redemption of our brethren, who are now in bonds for the testimony of Jesus. Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. 1659 (1659) Wing B5993; Thomason E977_7; ESTC R203719 28,651 48 View Text
A04235 A princes looking glasse, or A princes direction, very requisite and necessarie for a Christian prince, to view and behold himselfe in containing sundrie, wise, learned, godly, and princely precepts and instructions, excerpted and chosen out of that most Christian, and vertuous Basilikon dōron, or his Maiesties instructions to his dearest sonne Henrie the prince, and translated into Latin and English verse (his Maiesties consent and approbation beeing first had and obtained thereunto) for the more delight and pleasure of the said prince now in his young yeares: by William Willymat. Willymat, William, d. 1615.; James I, King of England, 1566-1625. Basilikon doron.; Henry Frederick, Prince of Wales, 1594-1612. 1603 (1603) STC 14357; ESTC S107563 29,566 96 View Text
A94265 Syllogologia; or, An historical discourse of parliaments in their originall before the Conquest, and continuance since. Together with the originall growth, and continuance, of these courts following, viz. [brace] High Court of Chancery, Upper Bench, Common-Pleas, Exchequer, Dutchy, and other inferiour courts now in use in this Commonwealth. J. S. 1656 (1656) Wing S93; Thomason E1646_1; ESTC R203463 29,703 88 View Text
A43105 The English-mans right a dialogue between a barrister at law and a jury-man : plainly setting forth, I. the antiquity of juries : II. the excellent designed use of juries : III. the office and just priviledges of juries, by the law of England. Hawles, John, Sir, 1645-1716. 1680 (1680) Wing H1185; ESTC R14849 29,854 42 View Text
A44117 The learned readings of Sir Robert Holbourne, Knight upon the statute of 25 Edw. 3. cap. 2, being the statute of treasons : to which is added cases of [brace] prerogative, treason, misprision of treason, felony, &c. / written by the Right Honourable Francis Bacon ... ; and now reprinted for publick benefit. Holborne, Robert, Sir, d. 1647.; Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. Cases of treason. 1681 (1681) Wing H2373; ESTC R34943 30,681 150 View Text
A29942 The clergy vindicated, or, The rights and privileges that belong to them, asserted according to the laws of England more particularly, touching the sitting of bishops in Parliament, and their making proxies in capital cases. Brydall, John, b. 1635? 1679 (1679) Wing B5255; ESTC R302 30,705 36 View Text
A38203 Articles of accusation, exhibited by the Commons House of Parliament now assembled, against Sr. John Bramston Knight, Sr. Robert Berkley Knight, justices of His Majesties Bench, Sr. Francis Crawley Knight, one of the justices of the Common-Pleas, Sr. Humphrey Davenport Knight, Sr. Richard Weston Knight, and Sr. Thomas Trevor Knight, barons of His Majesties Exchequer England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons.; Bramston, John, Sir, 1577-1654.; Berkeley, Robert, Sir, 1584-1656.; Crawley, Francis, Sir, 1573 or 4-1649.; Davenport, Humphrey, Sir, 1566-1645.; Weston, Richard, Sir, 1579?-1652.; Trevor, Thomas, Sir, 1586-1656. 1641 (1641) Wing E2521; ESTC R6725 30,776 51 View Text
A25924 Articles of accusation exhibited by the Commons House of Parliament now assembled against St. John Bramston, Knight, Sr. Robert Berkley, Knight justices of His Majesites bench, Sr. Francis Crawley, Knight, one of the justices of the Common-pleas, Sr. Humphrey Davenport, Knight, Sr. Richard Weston, Knight, and Sr. Thomas Trevor, Knight, barons of His Majesties Exchequer. 1641 (1641) Wing A3833; ESTC R38534 30,976 35 View Text
A66659 The exact constable with his original & power in the offices of church wardens, overseers of the poor, surveyors of the highwayes, treasurers of the county stock, and other inferior officers as they are established, both by the common laws and statutes of this realm. By E.W. of Grays-Inn Esq; Wingate, Edmund, 1596-1656. 1660 (1660) Wing W3013; ESTC R219589 31,098 183 View Text
A19623 A short declaration of the ende of traytors, and false conspirators against the state & of the duetie of subiectes to theyr soueraigne gouernour: and wythall, howe necessarie, lawes and execution of iustice are, for the preseruation of the prince and common wealth. Wherein are also breefely touched, sundry offences of the S. Queene, co[m]mitted against the crowne of this land, & the manner of the honorable proceding for her conuiction thereof, and also the reasons & causes alledged & allowed in Parliament, why it was thought dangerous to the state, if she should haue liued. Published by Richard Crompton, an apprentice of the common lawes. Seene and allowed. Crompton, Richard, fl. 1573-1599. 1587 (1587) STC 6055; ESTC S109080 31,136 50 View Text
A34954 Judah's purging in the melting pot a sermon preached in the cathedral at Sarum before the Reverend Sir Robert Foster, and Sir Thomas Tirrell, Knights, judges for the western circuit, at the Wiltshire Assizes, Sept. 6, 1660 / by W. Creede ... Creed, William, 1614 or 15-1663. 1660 (1660) Wing C6873; ESTC R37688 31,329 49 View Text
A39892 Virginia and Maryland, or, The Lord Baltamore's printed case, uncased and answered shewing the illegality of his patent and usurpation of royal jurisdiction and dominion there : with the injustice and tyranny practised against ... adventurers and planters : also a short relation of the papists late rebellion against the government of His Highness the Lord Protector ... : to which is added a brief account of the commissioners proceedings in the reducing of Maryland ... Baltimore, Cecil Calvert, Baron, ca. 1605-1675. 1655 (1655) Wing F1457; ESTC R248 31,654 55 View Text
A07165 A relation of Maryland together, vvith a map of the countrey, the conditions of plantation, his Majesties charter to the Lord Baltemore, translated into English. Cecil, Thomas, fl. 1630, engraver.; Maryland. aut 1635 (1635) STC 17571; ESTC S109930 31,836 90 View Text
A71317 Three speeches of the Right Honorable, Sir Francis Bacon Knight, then his Majesties Sollicitor Generall, after Lord Verulam, Viscount Saint Alban. Concerning the post-nati naturalization of the Scotch in England union of the lawes of the kingdomes of England and Scotland. Published by the authors copy, and licensed by authority. Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. 1641 (1641) Wing B337; ESTC R17387 32,700 73 View Text
A47052 Nonconformity not inconsistent with loyality, or, Protestant-dissenters no seditious or disloyal sectaries evidenc'd in a sober discourse upon those statutes, by which the Protestant-dissenters are prosecuted at this day : humbly offered to the candid consideration of all Protestants, whether conformists or nonconformists / by James Jones ... Jones, James, fl. 1683-1684. 1684 (1684) Wing J958; ESTC R17214 32,964 24 View Text
A09291 Th'appellation of Iohn Penri, vnto the highe court of Parliament from the bad and iniurious dealing of th'Archb. of Canterb. & other his colleagues of the high commission: wherin the complainant, humbly submitting himselfe and his cause vnto the determination of this honorable assembly: craueth nothing els, but either release from trouble and persecution, or just tryall.; Appellation of John Penri, unto the highe court of Parliament. Penry, John, 1559-1593. 1589 (1589) STC 19602; ESTC S101168 33,056 58 View Text
A47820 Citt and Bumpkin in a dialogue over a pot of ale concerning matters of religion and government L'Estrange, Roger, Sir, 1616-1704. 1680 (1680) Wing L1216; ESTC R15090 33,146 42 View Text
A35082 A copy of the letter from His Excellency the Lord Generall Cromwell, sent to the members of Parliament called to take upon them the trust of the government of this common-vvealth : which began on Munday the fourth of June, 1653, the day appointed by the letters of summons from his Excellency the Lord Gen. Cromwell for the meeting of these gentlemen : with severall transactions since that time. Cromwell, Oliver, 1599-1658. 1656 (1656) Wing C7054; ESTC R5464 33,160 60 View Text
A48411 The Life of Boetius recommended to the author of the life of Julian 1683 (1683) Wing L2024; ESTC R20135 33,660 110 View Text
A14621 The present estate of Spayne, or A true relation of some remarkable things touching the court, and gouernment of Spayne with a catalogue of all the nobility, with their reuenues. Composed by Iames Wadsworth, Gent. late pensioner to his Maiesty of Spayne, and nominated his captaine in Flanders. Wadsworth, James, 1604-1656? 1630 (1630) STC 24929A; ESTC S119416 34,892 98 View Text
A33876 A Collection of the newest and most ingenious poems, songs, catches &c. against popery relating to the times. 1689 (1689) Wing C5205; ESTC R25347 35,789 30 View Text
B10248 An exact survey of the United Provinces of the Netherlands. Of their cities, castles, fortresses, and other their dominions there: With some remarques of their government, antiquities and memorable actions. Together with an exact map of the Seven Provinces: which is also to be sold alone. / Collected by T.W. T. W. 1673 (1673) Wing W118A; ESTC R186113 36,792 171 View Text
A48723 The churches peace asserted upon a civil account as it was (great part of it) deliver'd in a sermon before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor in Guild-Hall-Chappel July 4 / by Ad. Littleton, presbyter. Littleton, Adam, 1627-1694. 1669 (1669) Wing L2560; ESTC R37938 36,810 50 View Text
A75476 The Anti-Levellers antidote against the most venomous of the serpents, the subtillest monopolizers. Collected by divers officers and soldiers of the army, and other honest people of this nation. 1652 (1652) Wing A3501; Thomason E673_10; ESTC R207181 37,344 43 View Text
A54692 The reforming registry, or, A representation of the very many mischiefs and inconveniences which will unavoidably happen by the needless, chargeable, and destructive way of registries proposed to be erected in every county of England and Wales, for the recording of all deeds, evidences, bonds, bills, and other incumbrances : written in the year 1656 when Oliver and the Levelling-party made it their design to ruine monarchy ... / by Fabian Philipps. Philipps, Fabian, 1601-1690. 1662 (1662) Wing P2014; ESTC R14829 37,868 105 View Text
A70864 Concordia discors, or, The dissonant harmony of sacred publique oathes, protestations, leagues, covenants, ingagements, lately taken by many time-serving saints, officers, without scruple of conscience ... by William Prynne, Esq. ... Prynne, William, 1600-1669. 1659 (1659) Wing P3928; ESTC R22150 38,103 48 View Text
A56866 Quatermayns conquest over Canterburies court, or, A briefe declaration of severall passages between him and the Archbishop of Canterbury with other commissioners of the High Commission Court, at six severall appearances before them, and by them directed to Doctor Featly : with their severall conferences, and the doctors by Roger Quatermayne. Quatermayne, Roger.; Laud, William, 1573-1645.; Featley, Daniel, 1582-1645. 1642 (1642) Wing Q148; ESTC R9277 38,184 64 View Text
A96745 The dark lantern containing a dim discoverie, in riddles, parables, and semi-riddles, intermixt with cautions, remembrances and predictions, as they were promiscuously and immethodically represented to their author, in his solitary musings, the third of November 1652. about midnight. Whereunto is annexed, a poem, concerning a perpetuall parliament. By Geo. Wither Esquire. Wither, George, 1588-1667. 1653 (1653) Wing W3152; Thomason E1432_3; ESTC R204097 38,711 84 View Text
A61536 A discourse concerning bonds of resignation of benefices in point of law and conscience by ... Edward Lord Bishop of Worcester. Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. 1695 (1695) Wing S5572; ESTC R7708 38,719 132 View Text
A36958 Butler's ghost, or, Hudibras with reflections upon these times. D'Urfey, Thomas, 1653-1723.; Butler, Samuel, 1612-1680. Hudibras. 1682 (1682) Wing D2703; ESTC R22762 38,919 202 View Text
A88211 The lawes funerall. Or, An epistle written by Lieutenant Col. John Lilburn, prisoner in the Tower of London, unto a friend of his, giving him a large relation of his defence, made before the judges of the Kings bench, the 8. of May 1648. against both the illegal commitments of him by the House of Lords, and the House of Commons, ... Lilburne, John, 1614?-1657. 1648 (1648) Wing L2130; Thomason E442_13; ESTC R210612 38,933 34 View Text
A53459 Herod the Great a tragedy / written by the Right Honourable the Earl of Orrery. Orrery, Roger Boyle, Earl of, 1621-1679. 1694 (1694) Wing O479; ESTC R21923 39,203 49 View Text
A35587 The Case and cure of persons excommunicated according to the present law of England in two parts : I. the nature of excommunication, as founded in Holy Writ : the persons intrusted with that power, the objects of that censure and the method prescribed by God for it : the corruptions of it in times of popery, with the acts of the popish clergy, to fortify it with under these corruptions : the several writs of common law, and the statute laws made in those times, and still in force : to restrain the abuse of this censure, and to deliver the subjects from the oppression of it : II. the mischievous consequents of excommunication as the law now stands at present in England : with some friendly advice to persons pursued in inferior ecclesiatical courts by malicious promoters : both in order to their avoiding excommunication, or delivering themselves from prisons, if imprisoned because they have stood excommunicated fourty days. 1682 (1682) Wing C848; ESTC R4831 39,295 48 View Text
A07722 A briefe treatise of oathes exacted by ordinaries and ecclesiasticall iudges, to answere generallie to all such articles or interrogatories, as pleaseth them to propound And of their forced and constrained oathes ex officio, wherein is proued that the same are vnlawfull. Morice, James. 1590 (1590) STC 18106; ESTC S112894 39,864 66 View Text
A26174 The Lord Chief Justice Herbert's account examin'd by W.A., Barrister at Law, ... ; wherein it is shewn that those authorities in law, whereby he would excuse his judgment in Sir Edward Hales his case, are very unfairly cited and as ill applied. Atwood, William, d. 1705? 1689 (1689) Wing A4176; ESTC R2780 39,888 80 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
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
A01955 The trumpet of vvarre A sermon preached at Paules Crosse the seuenth of Maie 1598. By M. Steph. Gosson parson of great Wigborow in Essex. Gosson, Stephen, 1554-1624. 1598 (1598) STC 12099; ESTC S112458 41,167 110 View Text
A74899 Seasonable observations on a late book intitvled A system of the law: as it was contrived and published by the committee appointed for regulation: so far as it relates to the high Court of Chancery, and the fees and proceedings thereof: Wherein several proposals made by the said committee, are held unsafe and inconvenient; some are approved of, and illustrated; and others supplyed wherein the same are conceived defective: With further proposals, for the better regulation of said court, and more speedy and cheap hearing of causes. And an exact table. 1. Containing the fees now paid to the grand officers and patentees. 2. How much will satisfie the true labourers. 3. What wil [sic] be saved thereby to all suiters in the said court. Unto which is likewise annexed, the memorable case put by the late King James, to the then learned judges of the land, touching the power and jurisdiction of the said court, for relieving complainants after judgements given in the Courts of Common-Law; and how far the Statutes of Præmunire do extend to restrain the said court therein: With the reasons and resolutions of the said judges thereupon: Tendered to the consideration of the supreme authority: and published for the general good and information of all practitioners and suiters in the said court. / By Philostratus Philodemius. Philodemius, Philostratus. 1653 (1653) Thomason E705_4 41,217 70 View Text
A66820 The high court of justice. Or Cromwells new slaughter-house in England With the authoritie that constituted and ordained it, arraigned, convicted, and condemned; for usurpation, treason, tyrannie, theft, and murder. Being the III. part of the Historie of independencie: written by the same author.; High court of justice Walker, Clement, 1595-1651.; Andrews, Eusebius, d. 1650. 1651 (1651) Wing W324D; ESTC R203985 41,776 78 View Text
A28810 A true declaration of the intollerable wrongs done to Richard Boothby, merchant of India, by two lewd servants to the honorable East India Company, Richard Wylde and George Page as also a remonstrance of the partiall, ingratefull and unjust proceeds of the India Court at home against the said Richard Boothby ... with petition to ... King Charles and the ... Parliament for justice ... Boothby, Richard.; East India Company. 1644 (1644) Wing B3745; ESTC R30303 41,790 55 View Text
A41174 A just and modest vindication of the proceedings of the two last parliaments Jones, William, Sir, 1631-1682.; Ferguson, Robert, d. 1714. 1682 (1682) Wing F741; ESTC R14950 42,088 51 View Text
A28392 A Description of the island of Jamaica with the other isles and territories in America, to which the English are related ... : taken from the notes of Sr. Thomas Linch, Knight, governour of Jamaica, and other experienced persons in the said places : illustrated with maps / published by Richard Blome. Blome, Richard, d. 1705.; Lynch, Thomas, Sir, d. 1684? 1672 (1672) Wing B3208; ESTC R7437 42,330 208 View Text
A41165 The design of enslaving England discovered in the incroachments upon the powers and privileges of Parliament by K. Charles II being a new corrected impression of that excellent piece intituled, A just and modest vindication of the proceedings of the two last Parliaments of King Charles the Second. Jones, William, Sir, 1631-1682.; Ferguson, Robert, d. 1714. 1689 (1689) Wing F734; ESTC R5506 42,396 53 View Text
A82113 A declaration of some proceedings of Lt. Col. Iohn Lilburn, and his associates: with some examination, and animadversion upon papers lately printed, and scattered abroad. One called The earnest petition of many free-born people of this Kingdome : another, The mournfull cries of many thousand poor tradesmen, who are ready to famish for want of bread, or The warning tears of the oppressed. Also a letter sent to Kent. Likewise a true relation of Mr. Masterson's minister of Shoreditch, signed with his owne hand. Published by authority, for the undeceiving of those that are misled by these deceivers, in many places of this Kingdom. Masterson, Geo. (George) 1648 (1648) Wing D625; Thomason E427_6; ESTC R204593 42,707 64 View Text
A33923 Vindiciæ juris regii, or Remarques upon a paper, entitled, An enquiry into the measures of submission to the supream authority Collier, Jeremy, 1650-1726. 1689 (1689) Wing C5267; ESTC R21083 43,531 52 View Text
A91199 Jus patronatus, or A briefe legal and rational plea for advowsons, or patrons ancient, lawfull, just and equitable rights, and titles to present incumbents to parish churches or vicaridges, upon vacancies. Wherein the true original of advowsons and patronages, together with their justice, legality, equity, are demonstrated; and a full jury of legal writs and remedies (provided by our municipal lawes for defence and recovery of patrons rights, against all usurpations or encroachments on them) produced; as a seasonable antidote, against the late anomolus vote passed to their prejudice, without any hearing of patrons by their councel, or lawful tryal by their peers. Whose duty is here declared; and our fundamental laws defended. Compiled for the present and future benefit of our churches, ministers, and all true patrons of them. By William Prynne of Swainswick Esq; Prynne, William, 1600-1669. 1654 (1654) Wing P3988; Thomason E735_1; ESTC R203240 44,857 56 View Text
A66455 Jus appellandi ad Regem Ipsum a cancellaria, or, A manifestation of the King's part and power to relieve his subjects against erroneous and unjust decrees in chancery collected out of the authorities of law / by Walter Williams ... Williams, Walter, of the Middle Temple. 1683 (1683) Wing W2774; ESTC R7919 45,013 145 View Text
A38878 An Exact and faithful relation of the process pursued by Dame Margaret Areskine, Lady Castlehaven, relict of the decesed Sir James Foulis of Collingtoun, against Sir James Foulis now of Collingtoun, before the Lords of Council and Session with certain remarks upon the import and extent of protestations for remeed of law in general, and in particular upon the protestation or appeal offered by the Lady. 1690 (1690) Wing E3598; ESTC R25698 45,312 65 View Text
A64513 The Third part of The cry of the innocent for justice briefly relating the proceedings of the Court of Sessions at Old Baley, the 11, 12, and 13 dayes of the sixth moneth towards the people of God called Quakers, and particularly concerning the tryal and sentence of Edward Burroughs with about thrity persons more : also relating the proceedings of the Court ... towards about fifty of the said people ... : with divers other things of concernment about the people aforesaid. 1662 (1662) Wing T914; ESTC R25160 45,353 114 View Text
A80048 Judges judged out of their own mouthes or the question resolved by Magna charta, &c. Who have been Englands enemies, kings seducers, and peoples destroyers, from Hen. 3. to Hen. 8. and before and since. Stated by Sr. Edvvard Coke, Knt. late L. Chief Justice of England. Expostulated, and put to the vote of the people, by J. Jones, Gent. Whereunto is added eight observable points of law, executable by justices of peace. Jones, J., Gent.; Coke, Edward, Sir, 1552-1634.; England. Magna Charta. 1650 (1650) Wing C4938; Thomason E1414_1; ESTC R13507 46,191 120 View Text
A91291 A summary collection of the principal fundamental rights, liberties, proprieties of all English freemen; both in their persons, estates, and elections; and of the memorable votes, resolutions, and Acts of Parliament, for their vindication and corroboration, in the late Parliaments of 3 & 17 of King Charles; collected out of their Journals, and printed Ordinances. Most necessary to be known, considered, re-established (in this present juncture of publick affairs) with all possible old and new securities; against past, present, and future publick violations, under-minings, by force or fraud, for the much-desired healing of the manifold large mortal wounds in these chief vital parts, and repairing the various destructive subversive breaches in these prime foundations of our English state fabrick; without which no effectual present or future healing, union, peace, or settlement can possibly be expected, or established in our distracted nations. / By William Prynne of Swainswick Esq; a bencher of Lincolns Inne. Prynne, William, 1600-1669. 1656 (1656) Wing P4095; Thomason E892_3; ESTC R206517 46,699 73 View Text
A54244 Truth rescued from imposture, or, A brief reply to a meer rapsodie of lies, folly, and slander but a pretended answer to the tryal of W. Penn and W. Meade &c. writ and subscribed S.S. / by a profest enemy to oppression, W.P. Penn, William, 1644-1718.; Rudyard, Thomas, d. 1692. An appendix, wherein the fourth section of S.S. his pamphlet ... examined. 1670 (1670) Wing P1392; ESTC R36662 46,879 75 View Text
A10924 Christian curtesie: or, St. Pauls vltimum vale Deliuered in two sermons, on 2. Cor. 13.11. at St. Margarets on Fish-street-hill in London. By N. Rogers (sometimes preacher there) at his farewel, vpon his remoueal thence to a pastoral charge else-where. Rogers, Nehemiah, 1593-1660. 1621 (1621) STC 21194; ESTC S116107 47,357 86 View Text
A54308 This book makes appear the claim, pedigree and proceedings of James Percy now claimant to the Earldom of Northumberland humbly presented to both Houses of Parliament. Percy, James, 1619-1690? 1680 (1680) Wing P1460; ESTC R30769 47,400 58 View Text
A03755 H. His deuises, for his owne exercise, and his friends pleasure Howell, Thomas, fl. 1568-1581. 1581 (1581) STC 13875; ESTC S113292 47,409 104 View Text
A74791 A whip for the present House of Lords, or the Levellers levelled. in an epistle writ to Mr. Frost, secretary to the Committee of State, that sits at Darby House, in answer to a lying book said to be his called A declaration, &c. / By L.C. Io. Lilburne, prerogative prisoner in the Tower of London, Feb. 27, 1647. Lilburne, John, 1614?-1657.; Frost, Walter, fl. 1619-1652. 1648 (1648) Thomason E431_1 47,524 30 View Text
A34350 Considerations touching the dissolving or taking away the court of chancery and the courts of iustice depending upon it with a vindication or defence of the law from what is unjustly charged upon it, and an answer to certain proposals made for the taking away, or alteration, of it. 1653 (1653) Wing C5918; ESTC R18810 47,697 80 View Text
A56154 Demophilos, or, The assertor of the peoples liberty plainly demonstrating by the principles even of nature itself, and by the primitive constitutions of all governments since the creation of the world that the very essence and the fundamentals of all governments and laws was meerly the safety of the people, and the advancement of their rights and liberties, to which is added the general consent of all Parliaments in the nation, and the concurrence of threescore and two kings since first this island was visible in earnest, and by commerce with other nations, hath been refined from fable and neglect / by William Prynne ...; Summary collection of the principal fundamental rights, liberties, proprieties of all English freemen Prynne, William, 1600-1669. 1658 (1658) Wing P3943; ESTC R5727 47,915 74 View Text
A43643 A vindication of the naked truth, the second part against the trivial objections and exceptions, of one Fullwood, stiling himself, D. D. archdeacon of Totnes in Devonshire, in a libelling pamphlet with a bulky and imboss'd title, calling it Leges Angliæ, or, The lawfulness of ecclesiastical jurisdiction in the Church of England : in answer to Mr. Hickeringill's Naked truth, the second part / by Phil. Hickeringill. Hickeringill, Edmund, 1631-1708. 1681 (1681) Wing H1832; ESTC R13003 47,957 41 View Text
A13219 A short survey or history of the kingdome of Sueden Containing a briefe description of all the provinces of his whole dominion: as also the riches of his kingdome, the antiquity, nature, and manners of that nation; with the government of his realme, might, and power of this great King, as well by sea as by land; his great officers, his customes and revenves of the Crowne. With a genealogy and pedegree of the kings of Sueden, of those especially who have reigned these last five hundred yeers, with some of their most memorable acts and deeds, with their alliance and issue or off-spring. Something also more particularly concerning that illustrious invincible great Gustavus Adolphus the II. and of his wars with the Russian, Denmarke and Poland: as also of his most memorable acts since his comming to the crowne, as well before, as since his entring into Germany, untill this present yeere 1632.; Suecia, sive de Suecorum Regis dominiis. English. Abridgments Bure, Anders, 1571-1646.; Hildebrandt, Andreas, d. 1637. Genealogia regum Sueciae. English.; L. S., Sir, fl. 1632.; Story, John, fl. 1632. 1632 (1632) STC 23518; ESTC S120735 49,965 108 View Text
A59002 The second part of the Peoples antient and just liberties asserted in the proceedings against, and tryals of Tho. Rudyard, Francis Moor, Rich. Mew, Rich. Mayfeild, Rich. Knowlman, Gilbert Hutton, Job Boulton, Rich. Thornton, Charles Banister, John Boulton, and William Bayly : at the sessions begun and held at the Old-Bailey in London the last day of the 6th moneth, and there continued till the 7th day of the 7th moneth next following, in the year 1670, against the arbitrary procedure of that court, and justices there : wherein their oppression and injustice are manifested, their wickedness and corruption detected, and the jury-mans duty laid open. Rudyard, Thomas, d. 1692, defendant.; Moor, Francis, defendant.; Mew, Richard, defendant.; Penn, William, 1644-1718. People's antient and just liberties asserted, in the tryal of William Penn.; England and Wales. Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace (London) 1670 (1670) Wing S2312; ESTC R21970 50,633 70 View Text
A78025 A narration of the life of Mr. Henry Burton. Wherein is set forth the various and remarkable passages thereof, his sufferings, supports, comforts, and deliverances. Now published for the benefit of all those that either doe or may suffer for the cause of Christ. According to a copy written with his owne hand. Burton, Henry, 1578-1648. 1643 (1643) Wing B6169; Thomason E94_10; ESTC R20087 50,659 60 View Text
A13218 A Short survey of the kingdome of Sweden containing a briefe description of all the provinces of this whole dominion, as also the riches of this kingdome, the antiquitie, nature, and manners of this nation, together with the government of this realme, might and power of this great king as well by sea as by land, his great officers, his customes, and reuenues of the crowne : a catalogue of many of the kings of Sweden, of those especially who have reigned these last five hundreth yeares, with some of their most memorable acts and deeds, with their alliance and issue or off-spring : something also more particularly concerning that illustrious invincible great Gustauus Adolphus the 2. and some of his most memorable acts since his comming to the crowne, as well before as since his entring Germany, untill this present yeare 1632. 1632 (1632) STC 23517.5; ESTC S4930 50,849 110 View Text
A30215 A relation of a journey of the Right Honourable My Lord Henry Howard from London to Vienna, and thence to Constantinople, in the company of His Excellency Count Lesley, Knight of the order of the Golden Fleece, councellour of state to His Imperial Majesty, &c. and extraordinary ambassadour from Leopoldus Emperour of Germany to the Grand Signior, Sultan Mahomet ... / written by John Banbury ... Burbury, John.; Norfolk, Henry Howard, Duke of, 1628-1684. 1671 (1671) Wing B5611; ESTC R8283 51,231 261 View Text
A40615 The full proceedings of the High Court of Iustice against King Charles in Westminster Hall, on Saturday the 20 of January, 1648 together with the Kings reasons and speeches and his deportment on the scaffold before his execution / translated out of the Latine by J.C. ; hereunto is added a parallel of the late wars, being a relation of the five years Civill Wars of King Henry the 3d. with the event of that unnatural war, and by what means the kingdome was settled again. Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649, defendant.; Chamberlayne, Edward, 1616-1703. Present warre parallel'd.; J. C. 1654 (1654) Wing F2353; ESTC R23385 51,660 194 View Text
A96961 The wounds of an enemie in the house of a friend. Being a relation of the hard measure sustained by Miles Halhead, and Thomas Salthouse, for the testimony of Jesus: particularly in a long, and sore, and close imprisonment, first at Plymouth, and then at Exeter in the county of Devon, though they have neither offended the law of God, or of the nation. Published for the clearing of their innocency from the cloud of transgression, of which they are supposed highly guilty, and by reason of their silent abiding such sharp, and long, and cruell sufferings. Halhead, Miles, 1613 or 14-1689 or 90.; Salthouse, Thomas, 1630-1691. 1656 (1656) Wing W3665; Thomason E870_7; ESTC R2977 52,373 80 View Text
A10710 A martial conference pleasantly discoursed betweene two souldiers, the one Captaine Skil, trained vp in the French and Low Country seruices, the other Captaine Pill, only practised in Finsburie fields in the modern warres of the renowmed Duke of Shordich and the mightie Prince Arthur / newly translated out of Essex into English by Barnabe Rich ... Rich, Barnabe, 1540?-1617. 1598 (1598) STC 20991.3; ESTC S2298 52,687 92 View Text
A42295 A guide to juries setting forth their antiquity, power and duty from the Common-law and statutes : with a table / by a person of quality ; also a letter, to the author, upon the same subject. Person of quality.; Maynard, John, Sir, 1602-1690. 1699 (1699) Wing G2186; ESTC R10120 53,071 146 View Text
A62313 Monsieur Scarron's letters, to persons of the greatest eminency and quality rendred into English by John Davies ...; Correspondence. English. Selections Scarron, Monsieur, 1610-1660.; Davies, John, 1625-1693. 1677 (1677) Wing S832; ESTC R13034 53,437 162 View Text
A75331 The several arguments at lavv of Col. Eusebius Andrewe at his tryal, before John Bradshaw, president of the pretended high court of justice shewing the illegality of their proceedings, and passing sentence of death against him. Published by Francis Buckley, Gent. who was assistant to Mr. Andrewe in the time of his imprisonment, and an eye witness to all the said most bloody and execrable proceedings. Andrews, Eusebius, d. 1650.; Bradshaw, John, 1602-1659, attributed name. 1660 (1660) Wing A3117A; ESTC R231612 53,671 79 View Text
A29139 A true relation of the proceedings, examination, tryal, and horrid murder of Col. Eusebius Andrewe by John Bradshaw, President of the pretended High Court of Justice, and others of the same court published by Francis Buckley ... Buckley, Francis, Gent. 1660 (1660) Wing B4155; ESTC R19632 53,776 80 View Text