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B05557 A proclamation, declaring war against the French king. Edinburgh, the 6th of August, 1689. Scotland. Privy Council. 1689 (1689) Wing S1738; ESTC R183432 786 1 View Text
B06127 To the Kings most excellent Majestie. The most humble petition of your most faithfull servants and subjects, the iustices and gentlemen assembled at the generall sessions for the County of Devon. 1642 (1642) Wing T1547; ESTC R185321 797 1 View Text
A39170 An Elegy to the heroick and eternal memory of the Right Honourable and most loyal Edward Henry, Earl of Lichfield, lately deceased 1694 (1694) Wing E448A; ESTC R36193 827 1 View Text
B08682 To all Arch-Bishops, and Bishops, who are not a shame (to) or ashamed (of) the name of Christ before men, grace, wisdom and truth, from God our Father, and from our Lord Jesus Christ, amen. Chamberlen, Peter, 1601-1683. 1682 (1682) Wing C1906A; ESTC R232858 963 1 View Text
A52901 The new Catholick ballad, to the tune of Chivy-chace 1681 (1681) Wing N593; ESTC R12305 1,019 2 View Text
A87082 A hymne called Englands Hosanna to God, for the restoration, and coronation of Charls the second, in imitation of that song, sung by the angels, Glory be to God. / Penned by Daniel Harcourt, sometime of Brazen-Nose Colledge in Oxford, an exile for his loyaltie; late chaplain to his Majesties Frigot, the Leopard, out of Italy. Harcourt, Daniel. 1661 (1661) Wing H691; Thomason 669.f.27[20]; ESTC R210277 1,384 1 View Text
A41927 Great news from Scotland and Ireland giving an account of the death of the chief of the rebels clans in Scotland, of the state of King James in Ireland, and of the divisions betwixt the Irish and French generals, in a letter from Edenborough. 1690 (1690) Wing G1729B; ESTC R26757 1,669 2 View Text
A25509 The Answer of the deputie lieutenants of the countie of Devon to the declaration of Sir Ralph Hopton and other his trayterous adherents that have lately in an hostile manner invaded the said countie and plundered and pillaged many of the inhabitants thereof 1642 (1642) Wing A3293; ESTC R15255 1,902 8 View Text
A95613 The true copie of a letter importing divers passages of high and dangerous consequence. VVritten by one Master Tempest a grand recusant, to his brother master John Tempest, likewise a papist and an officer in the Kings army. Which letter was intercepted at Manchester, and sent to a member of the House of Commons to be made known to the House, and was accordingly read at the Committee for the safety of the Kingdome. With divers remarkable passages from Shrewsbury and Coventry concerning the King, with the proceedings of his army at this present. Tempest, George.; Waring, Basill. Remarkable passages from Shrewsbury concerning the proceedings of his Majesties army at this present. 1642 (1642) Wing T624; Thomason E124_15; ESTC R5359 1,908 8 View Text
B06716 Englands honour, and Londons glory. With the manner of proclaiming Charles the second king of England, this eight of May 1660. by the honourable the two houses of Parliament, Lord Generall Monk, the lord mayor, alderman, and common councell of the city. The tune is, Vi vel a roy [sic]. I. W. 1660 (1660) Wing W41A; ESTC R186089 1,918 1 View Text
A72801 Londons lotterie with an incouragement to the furtherance thereof for the good of Virginia, and the benefite of this our natiue countrie, wishing good fortune to all that venture in the same[.] To the tune of Lusty Gallant. 1612 (1612) STC 16756.5; ESTC S124568 1,988 2 View Text
A46936 Good and trve nevves from Ireland in a letter sent to Mr. Francis Clay in Lumber-street and by him received Ianuary 24, 1641 : vvith a confirmation of another letter to the same effect, by the relating the late exployts of the English forces there. Johnson, Richard, 17th cent.; S. G. 1642 (1642) Wing J812; ESTC R19707 2,410 8 View Text
A70640 A large and particular relation of the affairs of Ireland in a letter to a person of honour / from a gentleman at Chester who came from Dublin, June 26, and arrived here July 1, 1689. J. M. 1689 (1689) Wing M37A; ESTC R3686 2,450 2 View Text
A26652 The speech of this present pope in presence of the cardinals and foreign ambassadors, in his second conclave after his election to the papacy concerning the divisions amongst the Catholick princes, and the advantages the hereticks propose to themselves from it : of the continuance or discontinuance of the war with the Turks : of the war between His Imperial Majesty, His Catholick Majesty, and the Most Christian King : of the differences betwixt the Holy See and the Most Christian King : of the misfortunes of King James, and the assisting him / done from the Italian. Alexander VIII, Pope, 1610-1691. 1689 (1689) Wing A910; ESTC R9110 2,671 2 View Text
A94204 The speech of Collonel John Sares, delivered at the place of execution on the tenth of this instant month at Chester: with his protestation, that if he had a head of hair as big as Absolon, and every hair as strong as Sampson, he would spend them all for the good and honour of his king. Likewise, the charge of high treason read against him at the bar, for adhering to Charles the II, and his declaration upon the ladder: together with his tryumphant speech when the rope was put over his neck, saying; what a gallant mourning ribbon is this, which I wear for the true loyalty I bear to my king. Sares, John, d. 1651. 1652 (1652) Wing S691; Thomason E656_19; ESTC R206628 2,872 8 View Text
A16411 A true copy of a letter sent by the Prince of Parma to the generall states of the lowe cuntries, assembled at Antwerpe With their aunswere to the same the xii. day of March. 1579. Translated out of French into Dutch, and from the Dutch into English. According to the Dutch copye, printed at Antwerpe by Christopher Plantyn, printer to the Kings maiestie.; Copie d'une lettre du prince de Parma, envoyée aux Estats Généraux des Païs Bas, assemblez en Anvers. English. Alessandro Farnese, Duke of Parma, 1545-1592. 1579 (1579) STC 333; ESTC S119154 2,916 15 View Text
A63398 A true and impartial account of the Duke of Monmouth's being taken into custody, and his putting in bail before Judge Raymond September 25, 1682 1682 (1682) Wing T2491; ESTC R5984 2,958 6 View Text
A94410 To His Excellency the Lord Fleetwood, and the general council of officers of the armies of England, Scotland, and Ireland. The humble address of the inferiour officers and souldiers of the late Lord Pride's regiment. 1659 (1659) Wing T1352; Thomason E974_5; ESTC R207675 3,319 13 View Text
A27080 The causes of God's vvrath against England, and a faithfull warning from the Lord to speedy repentance, fore-told by, and delivered in, a letter to the King, dated the 4th of the 7th month, 1663 by Charles Bayley ... Bayley, Charles, 17th cent. 1665 (1665) Wing B1472; ESTC R11540 3,433 8 View Text
A78406 The cavaliers letanie. Lately composd by a vvell-willer to his Majesties person, and all his most loyall subjects. Very fitting to be observ'd, and made use of, by all who desire deliverance from the damnable, execrable, unparalell'd, and not before heard of, detestable actions, proceedings, designes, humors, conditions, votes and ordinances. Now fully, and most exactly practised; delivered, and divulged, by the only, (yet illegall) governours, of these our sad, desperate, distracted times. Chamberlayne, William, 1619-1689, attributed name. 1648 (1648) Wing C1575; Thomason E425_21; ESTC R204564 3,626 8 View Text
A24001 An Abstract of the several letters and choice occurrences brought by the last post from Denmark, France, Sweden, and Holland, concerning the affaires and designes of the Common-Wealth of England comprising these ensuing particulars, viz. I. The new orders and instructions of the states of Holland sent to Admiral Vantrump ... II. The advancing of the King of Scots from France, and a bloudy fight between the French and Dutch at the city of Bourdeaux ... III. The rising of the Hollanders against Mr. Bradshaw, the Parliaments agent in Denmark ... III. The taking of a coach laden with gold for Holland ... with the resolution of the officers and sea-men at Chattam. 1653 (1653) Wing A143; ESTC R6921 3,701 8 View Text
A38401 Englands hvmble remonstrance to their King and to their Parliament shewing the cause of this bloudy and destructive warre by the King against his Parliament and people. 1643 (1643) Wing E2981; ESTC R20871 3,716 9 View Text
A74825 A continuation of the narrative being the third and fourth days proceedings of the High Court of Iustice sitting in Westminster Hall Jan. 23. concerning the tryal of the King: with the several speeches of the King, Lord President, & solicitor General. Published by authority to prevent false and impertinent relations. To these proceedings of the tryall of the King, I say, Imprimatur, Gilbert Mabbot. 1649 (1649) Thomason E541_20; Thomason E539_15; ESTC R207218 3,797 9 View Text
A88950 King Charles the II. his restitution. The best cure for Englands confusion; or A most soveraigne salve for healing the sores of the three nations. Being an alarme to the nobility, gentry, clergie, and commonalty to bend and lend their hearts, heads and hands unanimously for the speedy and peaceable restitution of their liedge, lord and King to his crown and dignity, and recovery of their native countrey from ruine and slavery; by certain prophecies and texts of holy truth properly applicable, and ever paralel to the present times and occasions in the nations. By Ed. Mat. a cordiall lover of his King and country. Mathews, Edward, of London. 1660 (1660) Wing M1288D; Thomason E1019_8; ESTC R202946 3,884 8 View Text
A08087 The ansuuere made by the noble lords the States, vnto the ambassadour of Polonia United Provinces of the Netherlands. Staten Generaal. 1597 (1597) STC 18452; ESTC S2245 3,892 15 View Text
B08918 A descent from France:, or, The invasion of England, considered and discours'd 1692 (1692) Wing D1137A; ESTC R224508 4,109 7 View Text
A88804 A motion propounded to the Committee of Parliament, for redresse of the publique grievances of the kingdome. Desired to be taken into consideration, before they present their reports to the House of Commons. For satisfaction of the kingdome, and setling the people in their just rights, by a firme and lasting peace. / By Neh: Lavvkerry. Janua. 15. 1647. Imprimatur Gilbert Mabbot. Walker, Henry, Ironmonger. 1648 (1648) Wing L648; Thomason E422_33; ESTC R204814 4,175 10 View Text
A28312 A true and exact relation of the chiefe passages in Ireland, since the first rising of the rebels sent by an alderman of Dublin to his sonne, now resident in London, dated 14 of January, 1641, as also a letter of the rebels, subscribed with divers of their hands, written to the Lady Offalia, mother to the Lord Digby, to deliver up her castle of Geshel, she with the Lord Digby's children and others being therein, with her resolute and modest answer thereunto. Digby, Lettice, Lady, 1588?-1658.; Bladen, W. (William) 1642 (1642) Wing B3107; ESTC R15503 4,304 7 View Text
A37327 The Declaration and manifesto of the Protestants of the vallies of Piedmont, called the Vaudois to all Christian princes & states, of the reasons of their taking up arms just now against the Duke of Savoy, and why they have put themselves under the protection of William, King of Great Britain, and of the evangelick cantons of Switzerland / done out of High Dutch. 1690 (1690) Wing D531A; ESTC R4934 4,550 14 View Text
A25356 The Scotch Counsellor. Communicating his advice to all that stand well-affected in England to King and Parliament. With a reprehension of all those who refuse to helpe the Lord against the mighty. Also shewing what shall be the event of these troubles. Written by reason of an eminent person in this kingdome diserting the cause, and flying: and now published for the common good. Imprimatur. Ia: Cranford. Anderson, George, 17th cent. 1643 (1643) Wing A3090; ESTC R17632 4,703 9 View Text
A94080 The common-vvealth of Israel, or A brief account of Mr. Prynne's anatomy of the good old cause. By H.S. Stubbe, Henry, 1632-1676. 1659 (1659) Wing S6035; Thomason E983_11; ESTC R203692 4,778 8 View Text
A02941 An epistle of the moste myghty [and] redouted Prince Henry the .viii. by the grace of God Kyng of England and of Fraunce, lorde of Irelande, defender of the faithe, and supreme heed of the churche of England, nexte vnder Christe, writen to the Emperours maiestie, to all Christen princes, and to all those that trewly and syncerely professe Christes religion; Ad carolum Cesarem Augustum epistola. English Henry VIII, King of England, 1491-1547. 1538 (1538) STC 13081.3; ESTC S109412 5,302 24 View Text
A76947 The honest citizen, or, faithful counsellor to the city of London. A. J. B. 1648 (1648) Wing B34; Thomason E438_5; ESTC R204756 5,392 9 View Text
A31639 Englands choice, &c. to all arch-bishops, and bishops who are not a shame (to) or ashamed (of) the name of Christ before men, grace, wisdom and truth, from God our Father, and from Our Lord Jesus Christ, Amen. Chamberlen, Peter, 1601-1683. 1682 (1682) Wing C1895; ESTC R24258 5,758 4 View Text
A00290 A mirrour to all that loue to follow the warres go trudge my little booke, possesse ech willing hand, and giue all leaue to looke, that seekes to vnderstand, the trauels of thy knight, plead hard to hold his right, who finds thee may be bould, his actions to vnfould. I. B. 1589 (1589) STC 1041.7; ESTC S1050 5,817 15 View Text
A95584 Some small and simple reasons, delivered in a hollow-tree, iu [sic] Waltham Forrest, in a lecture, on the 33. of March last. By Aminadab Blower a devout bellows-mender of Pimlico. Shewing the causes in generall and particular wherefore they doe, might, would, should, or ought, except against and quite rufuse the liturgy or Book of Common-Prayer. Taylor, John, 1580-1653. 1643 (1643) Wing T513; Thomason E64_14; ESTC R16828 6,540 9 View Text
A56078 The Protestant admirer, or, An answer to the vindication of a popish successor 1681 (1681) Wing P3819; ESTC R2851 6,555 4 View Text
A39925 Newes from heaven both good and true concerning England shewing the right way to compose all differences and reconcile all disagreements betwixt King and subjects, husband and wife, parents and children, masters and servants. Ans so to procure the Prince of peace to dwell in our land. Being a dialogue between Mr. Tindall and Mr. Bradford, two famous English martyrs. Collected by E.F. E. F.; Tyndale, William, d. 1536, attributed name.; Bradford, John, 1510?-1555, attributed name. 1641 (1641) Wing F15; ESTC R213677 6,556 10 View Text
A85164 The fatall blow; or, The most impious and treasonable fact of Hammond, in offering force unto, and hurting his sacred Majesty: discussed, and reparation pressed, by a suddain dissolution of the tyrannicall power of this present Parliament, a summary of whose wicked practices tending to the subversion of monarchie and murder of His Maiestie, and the enslaving of this nation is premised. The re-establishing of religion, and re-enthroning of His Maiestie by force and armes is propounded and justified. / Dedicated and directed to the people of England. 1648 (1648) Wing F541; Thomason E522_16; ESTC R206209 6,837 8 View Text
A63204 The tryal of William Hone. For high-treason, for conspiring the death of the King, &c. 1683 (1683) Wing T2236A; ESTC R219711 7,158 6 View Text
A90169 Orders establisht in the popish generall assembly, held (under the specious pretence of supreme authority, and being his Majesties good subjects) at the city of Kilkenny in Ireland. Wherein both root and branches of the English nation, as also the very essence of Protestant religion are wholly struck at. Ireland. General Assembly at Kilkenny. 1643 (1643) Wing O398; Thomason E60_19; Thomason E91_9; ESTC R353 7,751 16 View Text
A75607 The arraignment, confession, and condemnation of Alexander Knightley for the horrid and execrable conspiracy to assassinate His sacred Majesty, K. William, in order to a French invasion of this kingdom: at the Kings Bench Bar, Westminster, on the 30th of April, and the 20th and 25th of May. Knightley, Alexander, d. 1696. 1696 (1696) Wing A3748A; ESTC R210494 7,838 12 View Text
A46045 Orders made and established by the Lords spirituall and temporall, and the rest of the general assembly of the Kingdome of Ireland met at the citty of Kilkenny, the foure & tvventith day of October Anno Domini 1642 and in the 18 yeare of the raigne of our Soueraigne Lord King Charles, by the grace of God King of Great Brittaine, France, and Ireland &c. Ireland. Parliament. 1642 (1642) Wing I426A; ESTC R16395 7,839 24 View Text
A59476 Notes taken in short-hand of a speech in the House of Lords on the debates of appointing a day for hearing Dr. Shirley's cause, Octob. 20, 1675 Shaftesbury, Anthony Ashley Cooper, Earl of, 1621-1683. 1679 (1679) Wing S2897A; ESTC R12391 8,136 5 View Text
A37524 The royal garland of love and delight containing the lives of sundry kings, queens, and princes : with other love songs and sonnets full of delight / by T.D. ; whereunto is added a rare new sonnet of the restauration of our royal soveragn [sic] Charles the Second. Deloney, Thomas, 1543?-1600. 1674 (1674) Wing D967; ESTC R33445 8,158 25 View Text
A81579 The declaration, vindication, and protestation, of Edward Dobson, citizen, and stationer, of London. VVherein is shewed the many illegall and unjust imprisonments which the said stationer hath suffered, through the malicious and envious informations of Brownists, Anabaptists, Antinomians, and other seditious sectaries: contrary to the lawes of God, the liberty of the subject, and the lawes of the land, all which have been protested, and covenanted to be maintained with lives and fortunes. Together with the manner of his coming from Worcester to Northampton, and of his barbarous usage there, by the governour and others, contrary to the declaration published in the names of the two kingdomes, upon the sincerity of which he did depend. Also a relation of his illegall imprisonment upon a pretended suspition of bringing a saw to the Irish Lords (as is most scandalously published) for their escape out of the Tower. Dobson, Edward, 17th cent. 1644 (1644) Wing D1751; Thomason E257_8; ESTC R212485 8,262 8 View Text
A94338 Three speeches spoken at a common-hall, Thursday the 3. of Iuly, 1645. / By Mr. Lisle, Mr. Tate, Mr. Brown, Members of the House of Commons: containing many observations upon the Kings letters, found in his own cabinete at Nasiby fight, and sent to the Parliament by Sir Thomas Fairfax, and read at a common-hall. Published according to order. Lisle, John, ca. 1610-1664.; Tate, Zouch, 1605 or 6-1650.; Browne, John, ca. 1581-1659. 1645 (1645) Wing T1121; Thomason E292_29; ESTC R200154 8,274 20 View Text
A61841 Babylon's fall in Maryland, a fair warning to Lord Baltamore, or, A relation of an assault made by divers papists, and popish officers of the Lord Baltamore's, against the Protestants in Maryland to whom God gave a great victory against a greater force of souldiers and armed men, who came to destroy them / published by Leonard Strong, agent for the people of Providence in Maryland. Strong, Leonard, Agent for the people of Providence in Maryland. 1655 (1655) Wing S5994; ESTC R17655 8,274 16 View Text
A62792 To the nobility of England 1679 (1679) Wing T1577; ESTC R2151 8,414 1 View Text
A86047 The replication of Master Glyn, in the name of all the Commons of England, to the generall answer of Thomas Earle of Strafford, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, to the severall charges exhibited against him in Parliament by the house of Commons, April the 13. 1641. Glynne, John, Sir, 1603-1666.; England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons. 1641 (1641) Wing G891; Thomason E207_10; ESTC R17729 8,588 22 View Text
A50562 Englands warning, that is three remarkable visions of Stephen Melish, an inhabitant of Breslaw, the chief city of Silesia Englished in the year 1664. Melish, Stephen. 1664 (1664) Wing M1644; ESTC R29522 8,863 12 View Text
A67098 Worse and worse: or, A description of their desperate condition who shall presume to take the new Oath or covenant 1643 (1643) Wing W3611A; ESTC R205419 9,104 17 View Text
A46456 A true relation of the commissions and warrants for the condemnation and burning of Bartholomew Legatt and Thomas Withman the one in West-Smithfield, London, the other at Lichfield, in the year, 1611. Signed with K. James his own hand. In which is laid open their most blasphemous heresies and false opinions, being part of them the very same which our ranters in these times profess to be their new lights. Whereunto are added, the pardons of Theophilus Higgons, and Sr Eustace Hart Knight. Published by authority. James I, King of England, 1566-1625.; Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626.; England and Wales. Sovereign (1603-1625 : James I). 1651 (1651) Wing J146; ESTC R216993 9,156 21 View Text
A67097 VVorse & vvorse, or, A description of their desperate condition who shall presume to take the nevv oath or covenant 1643 (1643) Wing W3611; ESTC R39188 9,169 17 View Text
A17595 A relation of the successefull beginnings of the Lord Baltemore's plantation in Mary-land Being an extract of certaine letters written from thence, by some of the aduenturers, to their friends in England. To which is added, the conditions of plantation propounded by his Lordship for the second voyage intended this present yeere, 1634.; Declaratio coloniae. Selections. English White, Andrew, 1579-1656. 1634 (1634) STC 4371; ESTC S116699 9,472 18 View Text
A77543 Britains king revived: or, a seasonable warning to the kingdom of Scotland assembled in Parliament, upon the first of January, 1660. By Scotlands true friend. Scotlands true friend. 1660 (1660) Wing B4811A; ESTC R223959 9,797 17 View Text
A82032 A declaration against a crosse petition: wherein some secret lets of the intended reformation are discovered. The danger of division prevented. And the unity of this iland in religion urged. By the Commissioners of the Generall Assembly. Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Commission. 1643 (1643) Wing D518; Thomason E89_15; ESTC R21173 10,126 16 View Text
B07665 Articles to be inquired of, in the metropoliticall visitation of the most Reuerend Father in God, Richard, by the prouidence of God, Lord Arch-bishop of Yorke, primate of England, and metropolitane. In the yeere of our Lord God, 1633.. Church of England. Province of York. Archbishop (1631-1640 : Neile); Neile, Richard, 1562-1640. 1633 (1633) STC 10380; ESTC S92473 10,368 17 View Text
A00272 Ar[c?]ticles to be inquired of, in the visitation of the most reverend father in God, Richard, by the providence of God, Lord Arch-bishop of Yorke, primate of England, and metropolitane had in the yeere of our Lord God 1636. Church of England. Province of York. Archbishop (1631-1640 : Neile); Neile, Richard, 1562-1640. 1636 (1636) STC 10380.5; ESTC S2656 10,484 18 View Text
A72529 An advertisement to everie Godly reader of Mr. Thomas Brightman his book. namely [sic], A revelation of the apocalyps. In which advertisement is shewed how corruptly he teacheth, that notwithstanding all the sinns & abhominations that are in the Church of England, and by him shewed, yet that it is blasphemous to separate from it L'Écluse, Jean de. 1612 (1612) STC 15351.7; ESTC S124557 10,502 15 View Text
A61441 Relief of apprentices wronged by their masters how by our law it may effectually be given and obtain'd, without any special new act of Parliament for that purpose. Stephens, Edward, d. 1706. 1687 (1687) Wing S5438; ESTC R15750 10,519 17 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
A22881 Anno regni Regis Henrici VIII quinto statuta ...; Laws, etc. England and Wales. 1515 (1515) STC 9362.3; ESTC S409 11,396 14 View Text
A59485 Two speeches I. The Earl of Shaftsbury's speech in the House of Lords the 20th of October, 1675, II. The D. of Buckinghams speech in the House of Lords the 16th of November, 1675 : together with the protestation and reasons of several lords for the dissolution of this Parliament, entred in the lords journal the day the Parliament was prorogued, Nov. 22d., 1675.; Speech in the House of Lords the 20th of October 1675 Shaftesbury, Anthony Ashley Cooper, Earl of, 1621-1683.; Buckingham, George Villiers, Duke of, 1628-1687. Speech in the House of Lords the 16th of November 1675. 1675 (1675) Wing S2907; Wing B5332; ESTC R13400 11,639 24 View Text
A83999 Englands satisfaction in eight queries; concerning the true place, office, and power of a king, according to Gods word. 1643 (1643) Wing E3046; Thomason E105_14; ESTC R17568 12,050 15 View Text
A52764 A Letter from Oxford concerning Mr. Samuel Johnson's late book N. N. 1693 (1693) Wing N40; ESTC R4251 12,066 31 View Text
A32065 A sermon preached at Aldermanberry Church, Dec. 28, 1662 in the fore-noon by Edm. Calamy. Calamy, Edmund, 1600-1666. 1663 (1663) Wing C267; ESTC R26578 12,270 28 View Text
A82110 A Declaration of several of the Churches of Christ, and godly people in and about the citie of London; concerning the kingly interest of Christ, and the present suffrings of his cause and saints in England. 1654 (1654) Wing D618; Thomason E809_15; ESTC R207568 12,283 28 View Text
A89885 The manifold practises and attempts of the Hamiltons, and particularly the present Duke of Hamilton now generall of the Scottish Army to get the crown of Scotland. Discovered in an intercepted letter written from a malignant here in London to his friend in Scotland. The letter is directed thus on the back, For the much honoured, Nedham, Marchamont, 1620-1678, attributed name. 1648 (1648) Wing N396; Thomason E446_4; ESTC R202962 12,327 23 View Text
A87219 The impudence of the Romish whore: continued, and improved, in her shamelesse and barbarous brood of the Jrjsh rebells; calling themselves, His Majesties Catholike subjects. Discovered by a particular of certaine motives by them divulged, and falsly alledged to be the occasion of their late taking up armes: as also, by their oath of association, and by certain ridiculous and arrogant proposjtjons, which they have prepared, with a foolish hope, that they shall be condescended unto, by the King and Parliament of England. All which are here exemplified, with some briefe notes and observations upon them: by a Lover of his countrey. Published by Authority. Lover of his country. 1644 (1644) Wing I108; Thomason E44_13; ESTC R2551 12,599 16 View Text
A88189 The free-mans freedom vindicated. Or A true relation of the cause and manner of Lievt. Col. Iohn Lilburns present imprisonment in Newgate, being thereunto arbitrarily and illegally committed, by the House of Peeres, Iune 11. 1646. for his delivering in, at their open barre, under his hand and seal, his protestation, against their incroaching upon the common liberties of all the commons of England, in endeavouring to try him, a commoner of England, in a criminall cause, contrary to the expresse tenour and forme of the 29. chap. of the great charter of England, and for making his legall and iust appeal to his competent, propper and legal tryers and judges, the Commons of England, in Parliament assembled.; Free-mans freedome vindicated. Lilburne, John, 1614?-1657. 1646 (1646) Wing L2111; Thomason E341_12; ESTC R200906 12,654 12 View Text
A89699 No interest beyond the principall or, The court camisado. By reduction of government to its primitive end and integrity, Rom. 13.4. The ruler is the minister of God to thee for good. Also, nevves from Scotland : or, the reasons examined of the warre threatned. May. 1. 1648. Imprimatur, Gilb. Mabbott. 1648 (1648) Wing N1176; Thomason E437_25; ESTC R202984 12,774 16 View Text
A32757 Innocence vindicated by a brief and impartial narrative of the proceedings of the Court of Sessions in Bristol against Ichabod Chauncy, physitian in that city, to his conviction on the statute of the 35th Eliz. on the 9th of April, and to his abjuration of all the Kings dominions for ever, Aug. 15, 1684 : together with some passages subsequent thereunto / published by the said I. Chavncy. Chauncy, Ichabod, d. 1691.; England and Wales. Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace (Bristol) 1684 (1684) Wing C3743; ESTC R22817 12,930 20 View Text
A28251 The warnings of the Lord to the King of England and his Parliament as they were wrote and sent by his servant, George Bishope. Bishop, George, d. 1668. 1667 (1667) Wing B3015; ESTC R5711 12,982 22 View Text
A96612 The fourth paper, presented by Maior Butler, to the Honourable Committee of Parliament, for the propagating the gospel of Christ Jesus. VVhich paper was humbly owned, and was, and is attended to be made good by Major Butler. Mr. Charles Vane. Col. Danvers. Mr. Iackson. Mr. VVall. And Mr. Turner. Also a letter from Mr. Goad, to Major Butler, upon occasion of the said paper and proposals. Together with a testimony to the said fourth paper, by way of explanation upon the four proposals of it. / By R.W. Unto which is subjoyned the fifteen proposals of the ministers. Williams, Roger, 1604?-1683. 1652 (1652) Wing W2763; Thomason E658_9; ESTC R206692 13,338 27 View Text
A34383 A Continuation of the state of New-England being a farther account of the Indian warr, and of the engagement betwixt the joynt forces of the United English collonies and the Indians on the 19th of December 1675 ... Together with an account of the intended rebellion of the Negroes in the Barbadoes. 1676 (1676) Wing S119A; Wing C5971; ESTC R29328 14,477 22 View Text
A56561 A discourse of penal laws in matter of religion endeavouring to prove that there is no necessity of inflicting or continuing them : first delivered in a sermon ... occasioned by His Majesties late gracious declaration for liberty of conscience, and now humbly offer'd to the consideration of the publick / by James Paston ... Paston, James, d. 1722? 1688 (1688) Wing P665; ESTC R915 15,251 41 View Text
A70558 A brief account concerning several of the agents of New-England, their negotiation at the Court of England with some remarks on the new charter granted to the colony of Massachusets shewing that all things duely considered, greater priviledges than what are therein contained, could not at this time rationally be expected by the people there. Mather, Increase, 1639-1723. 1691 (1691) Wing M1184; ESTC R3613 15,615 26 View Text
A87808 The life-guard of a loyall Christian, described in a sermon, preached at St Peters Corn-hill, upon Sunday in the afternoone, May 7. 1648. / By Paul Knell, Master in Arts of Clare-Hall in Cambridge: sometimes chaplaine to a regiment of curiasiers in his Majesties Army. Knell, Paul, 1615?-1664. 1648 (1648) Wing K682; Thomason E444_10; ESTC R204196 15,800 23 View Text
A32941 Articles of visitation and enquiry within the diocess of Chichester, in the first episcopal visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God, Peter, by divine permission, Lord Bishop of Chichester in the second year of his consecration. Church of England. Diocese of Chichester. Bishop (1669-1675 : Gunning); Gunning, Peter, 1614-1684. 1670 (1670) Wing C4027; ESTC R40820 16,328 25 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
A44072 The necessity dignity and duty of Gospel ministers discoursed of before the University of Cambridge. Hodges, Thomas, d. 1688. 1685 (1685) Wing H2321; ESTC R13341 17,011 31 View Text
A32947 Articles of visitation and enquiry within the diocess of Ely in the second episcopal visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God Peter by divine permission Lord Bishop of Ely in the fifth year of his translation. Church of England. Diocese of Ely. Bishop (1675-1684 : Turner); Gunning, Peter, 1614-1684. 1679 (1679) Wing C4037; ESTC R27643 17,261 26 View Text
A77921 State-maxims, or, Certain dangerous positions, destructive to the very natural right and liberty of mankind. Laid down in a book entituled, The grounds of government and obedience; by Tho. White Gent. / Discussed, and both by Scripture and reason confuted, by Will Ball Esq; Ball, William. 1656 (1656) Wing B595; Thomason E886_6; ESTC R207341 17,284 32 View Text
A56216 The oath of pacification, or, A forme of religious accomodation humbly proposed both to King and Parliament : thereby, to set an end to the present miseries and broyles of this discomposed, almost ship-wrackt state. Parker, Henry, 1604-1652.; England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I). His Maiesties declaration to all his loving subjects, after his victories over the Lord Fairfax and Sr. William Waller. 1643 (1643) Wing P410; ESTC R1447 17,333 32 View Text
A26152 A discourse occasion'd by the death of the Right Honourable the Lady Cutts by Francis Atterbury ... Atterbury, Francis, 1662-1732. 1698 (1698) Wing A4149; ESTC R35288 17,784 48 View Text
A63169 The trial, conviction and condemnation of Andrew Brommich and William Atkins, for being Romish priests, before the Right Honourable the Lord Chief Justice Scroggs, at summer assizes last at Stafford held there for the county of Stafford, where they received sentence of death accordingly together with the tryal of Charles Kern, at Hereford assizes last for being a Romish priest. Bromwich, Andrew, defendant.; Kern, Charles, defendant. 1679 (1679) Wing T2176; ESTC R18341 18,035 21 View Text
A83414 A remonstrance or The declaration of the Lords and Commons, now assembled in Parliament, 26. of May. 1642. In answer to a declaration under His Majesties name concerning the businesse of Hull, sent in a message to both houses the 21. of May, 1642 ... England and Wales. Parliament.; Elsynge, Henry, 1598-1654. 1642 (1642) Wing E2227B; ESTC R222786 18,138 16 View Text
A89426 A fourth word to the wise, or A plaine discovery of Englands misery, and how the same may be redressed; set forth in a letter written by a prisoner in the Fleete to Commissary Generall Ireton, and published by a friend of his and lover of his country for Englands good. Musgrave, John, fl. 1654. 1647 (1647) Wing M3148; Thomason E391_9; ESTC R201553 18,152 23 View Text
A93441 The antiquity & original of the Court of Chancery and authority of the lord chancellor of England being a branch of Serjeant Snagg's reading, upon the 28 chapter of Magna Charta, at the Middle Temple, in Lent, 13 Eliz. : with his congratulatory epistle, (by way of preface) to the Lord Chancellor Hatton, in 29 Eliz. Snagg, Robert. 1654 (1654) Wing S4381A; ESTC R42651 18,654 95 View Text
A95618 A lamentable representation of the effects of the present toleration. Especially as to the increase of blasphemy and damnable errours by the liberty of teaching and printing of them, to the great damage of religion, and the provoking the Lord Jesus to destroy the present government, and to inflict ruine and desolation upon these nations. Together with a proposal of some good work for Christian legislators. Humbly laid at the feet of His Highness the Lord Protector, and every member of the High Court of Parliament. / By a friend of true reformation, and his native countrey. U.T. 1656 (1656) Wing T64; Thomason E891_5; ESTC R203702 18,662 32 View Text
A56197 The re-publicans and others spurious good old cause, briefly and truly anatomized. To preserve our native country, kingdom, legal government, Church, parliaments, laws, liberties, privileges of Parliament, and Protestant religion from ruine, scandal, and perpetual infamy; to reform, reclaim all Jesuit-ridden seduced republicans, officers, soldiers, sectaries, heretofore, or now engaged in the prosecution of this misintituled good old cause, from any future pursute thereof, and engage them for ever to abominate it, as apparently tending to publike ruin, their own temporal and eternal condemnation, infamy, our religions reproach, in present and succeeding ages. By William Prynne Esq; a bencher of Lincolns Inne. Prynne, William, 1600-1669. 1659 (1659) Wing P4052; ESTC R234922 18,673 20 View Text
A48377 A sermon preached at Whitehal upon the 29th day of May, 1670 being the day of His Majesties birth and happy restoration / by John Lake ... Lake, John, 1624-1689. 1670 (1670) Wing L197; ESTC R8143 18,867 54 View Text
A64570 A speech of VVilliam Thomas, esqvire in Parliament in May 1641 being a short view and examination of the actions of bishops in Parliament from Anno Dom. 1116 to this present of 1641 in the severall reignes of 23 kings and queens of this kingdome of England, &c. : in all and each of their times it is made to appeare they have been most obnoxious to prince and people and therefore that it is not fit or convenient that they should continue members of that honourable House in which they have beene so disloyally and traiterously affected to regality and no lesse mischievous and pernicious to church and commonwealth. Thomas, William, Sir, d. 1653? 1641 (1641) Wing T985; ESTC R8551 19,310 28 View Text
A17039 The copie of the sermon preached before the Vniversitie at S. Maries in Oxford, on Tuesday the XXIV. of Decemb. 1633. By Tho. Browne, one of the students of Christ-church Browne, Thomas, 1604?-1673. 1634 (1634) STC 3912; ESTC S114322 19,404 54 View Text
A37442 The true-born Englishman a satyr. Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731. 1700 (1700) Wing D849; ESTC T70649 19,414 76 View Text
A62874 A serious consideration of the oath of the Kings supremacy wherein these six propositions are asserted. 1. That some swearing is lawful. 2. That some promissory oaths are lawful. 3. That a promissory oath of allegiance and due obedience to a king is lawful. 4. That the King in his realm, is the onely supreme governour over all persons. 5. That the king is the governour of the realm, as well in all spiritual or ecclesiastical things, or causes, as temporal. 6. That the jurisdictions, priviledges, preeminences, and authorities in that oath, may be assisted and defended. By John Tombes B.D. Tombes, John, 1603?-1676. 1660 (1660) Wing T1818; ESTC R220153 19,748 28 View Text
A46363 Monsieur Jvriev's judgment upon the question of defending our religion by arms, with reflections upon the affairs of England, in his ninth pastoral letter of the third year faithfully translated out of French.; Lettres pastorales addressées aux fidèles de France qui gémissent sous la captivité de Babylon. Année 3. Lettre 9. English Jurieu, Pierre, 1637-1713. 1689 (1689) Wing J1204; ESTC R15972 19,775 36 View Text
A75778 An account of the tryal of Charles Bateman, chirurgeon, for high- treason, in conspiring the death of the late King and the subversion of the government &c. who was tryed and found guilty, at Justice-Hall in the Old Bayly, on the 9th of December, 1685. The tryals of John Holland and William Davis, for conspiring against, violently assaulting, and without any warrantable cause, imprisoning William Chancey ... who were tryed and found guilty ... on the 10th of December, 1685. As also the tryals of John Holland, William Davis, and Agnes Wearing, for a notorious burglary and felony ... in the house of Leonel Gatford ... who were tryed and found guilty ... on the 11th of December, 1685. Davis, William, d. 1685, defendant.; Wearing, Agnes, d. 1685, defendant.; Holland, John, defendant.; Bateman, Charles, d. 1685. 1685 (1685) Wing A415; ESTC R42633 19,904 20 View Text
A26159 An Account of the tryal of Charles Bateman, chirurgeon, for high treason in conspiring the death of the late King and the subversion of government, &c., who was tryed and found guilty, at Justice-Hall in the Old Bayly, on the 9th of December, 1685 : the tryals of John Holland and William Davis, for conspiring against, violently assaulting, and without any warrantable cause, imprisoning William Chancey ... who were tryed and found guilty at Justice-Hall in the Old-Bayly, on the 10th of December, 1685 : as also the tryals of John Holland, William Davis, and Agnes Wearing, for a notorious burglary and felony ... who were tryed and found guilty, at Justice-Hall in the Old-Bayly, on the 11th of December, 1685. Bateman, Charles, d. 1685.; England and Wales. Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace (London) 1685 (1685) Wing A415A; ESTC R35678 19,910 22 View Text