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A66221 The speech of the Prince of Orange, to some principle gentlemen of Somersetshire and Dorsetshire on their coming to joyn His Highness at Exeter the 15th of Nov., 1688. William III, King of England, 1650-1702. 1688 (1688) Wing W2480; ESTC R99 717 1 View Text
A47462 The King of Poland's last speech to his country-men 1682 (1682) Wing K570; ESTC R25443 1,208 1 View Text
B02529 The cuckcoo of the times. Since cuckcoo is but what mans born to, certain the cuckcoo therefore hopes to please your mind, the fault's not in the woman, but his fortune: and says it comprehends ev'n all mankind. To the tune of, The wandring Jews chronicle. 1675 (1675) Wing C7457; Interim Tract Supplement Guide C.20.f.8[52] 1,246 1 View Text
A84145 An elegie and epitapth [sic], upon the Right Honourable the Lord Francis Villars: written by an affectionate servant to his family, kinsman to his person, and prisoner for the same caus this noble lord so bravely dyed in. 1648 (1648) Wing E344; Thomason 669.f.12[99]; ESTC R211010 1,251 1 View Text
B01545 The Bedford-shire vvidow; or, The poor in distress reliev'd, being a full and true relation, of a poor widow, whose husband was dead, and she turn'd out of doors by her creditors, and forced with her three children to lye in the street, and beg for bread; and how that Queen Mary, walking in her garden, and hearing her beg came to her, and caused her children to be cloathed and put to nurse, and gave the poor widow a weekly pension, to maintain her as long as she liv'd. To the tune of, Let Caesar live long. Licensed according to order, 1692 (1688-1692?) Wing B1674; Interim Tract Supplement Guide EBB65H[17]; Interim Tract Supplement Guide C.20.f.8[28] 1,273 1 View Text
A36189 Dr. Pierce, his preaching confuted by his practice sent in a letter by N.G. to a friend in London. Dobson, John, 1633-1681. 1663 (1663) Wing D1753; ESTC R32797 1,439 8 View Text
B09499 By His Excellency a proclamation. Whereas His Majesty hath been graciously pleased, by his royal letter, bearing date the sixteenth day of October last past, to signifie that he hath received undoubted advice that a great and sudden invasion from Holland, with an armed force of forreigners and strangers, will speedily be made in an hostile manner upon His Majesty's kingdom of England ... Territory and Dominion of New-England. President (1686-1689 : Andros); Andros, Edmund, Sir, 1637-1714. 1689 (1689) Wing M990AB; ESTC W8639 1,473 2 View Text
A74117 A letter written to an honorable member of the House of Commons Hobson, John fl. 1648. 1648 (1648) Thomason 669.f.13[58] 1,688 1 View Text
A84790 A letter of His Excellency Thomas Lord Fairfax, to the Right Honorable, the Lord Major of the City of London, for the better preserving a right understanding between the City and Army. With an order of His Excellency to Col: Dean, to march into the City of London, and seize the publike treasuries of Goldsmiths, Weavers, and Haberdashers-Hall, that thereby they may be supplied with moneys to pay quarters, and free the countreys from that grievous burthen of free-quarter. By the appointment of His Excellency the Lord Fairfax Lord General, and his General Councel of Officers. Dec. 8. 1648. Signed, John Rushvvorth Secr' Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1612-1671.; City of London (England). Lord Mayor (1648-1649 : Reynardson) 1648 (1648) Wing F184; Thomason E475_32; ESTC R204447 1,739 7 View Text
A53358 On the occasion of the descent of His Highness the Prince of Orange into England, and Their Highnesses accession to the crown a pindarique ode. 1689 (1689) Wing O318A; ESTC R6796 1,916 4 View Text
B02704 A discourse between law and conscience when they were both banished from Parliament. In the first Parliament of James the Seventh. 1685 (1685) Wing D1573A; ESTC R176415 2,530 1 View Text
A22664 An Admonicion or warnyng to all the Kynges Maiesties justices of peace in the name of the Lorde Protector and the rest of the Kynges Maiesties counsaill spoken in the Sterre Chamber, by the Lorde Chauncelor of Englande, the fourth of Maie, in the second yere of the reigne of our souereigne lorde Kyng Edwarde the Sixte, &c. Rich, Richard, Sir, 1496?-1567.; England and Wales. Lord Chancellor's Dept. 1548 (1548) STC 9181.3; ESTC S1929 2,701 8 View Text
A18741 The honor of the lawe. VVritten by Thomas Churchyard Gent Churchyard, Thomas, 1520?-1604. 1596 (1596) STC 5238; ESTC S105017 2,717 10 View Text
A87974 A Letter from the French King to the great Turk 1692 (1692) Wing L1520A; ESTC R43879 2,883 2 View Text
A51836 A vindication of the loyal London-apprentices against the false and scandalous aspersions of Richard Janeway in his lying mercury published June 14. J. M., London apprentice. 1681 (1681) Wing M52; ESTC R16940 2,908 2 View Text
B06462 The virtues and uses of the cordial spirit of saffron 1680 (1680) Wing V647A; ESTC R186048 3,148 1 View Text
A75975 The virtues and uses of the cordial spirit of saffron Agricola, Georg Andreas, 1672-1738. 1680 (1680) Wing A783C; ESTC R230090 3,160 2 View Text
A82330 The demands and desires of His Excellency the Lord General Fairfax, and his Generall Councell of Officers. To the Right Honorable the Lord Major, and court of aldermen, and their resolution touching all other officers and citizens, who shall oppose or neglect the said demands and desires. With His Excellencies message and proposals to the Lord Major, shewing the grounds and reasons of the armies entring the said city, and upon what terms and conditions he will remand them back again. Likewise, the impeachment, demands, and proposals of the Army, concerning Major Generall Brown. By the appointment of His Excellency the Lord Fairfax Lord Generall, and his Generall Councell of Officers, signed, John Rushworth, Secr. England and Wales. Army. Council.; Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1612-1671. 1648 (1648) Wing D972; Thomason E475_36; ESTC R205457 3,178 8 View Text
A82044 The declaration and proposals of the citizens of London concerning the Lord Generall Fairfax, and the armies entring, and quartering within the vvals of the said city; and the promise and protestation of the Common-Councell thereupou [sic]. With the answer and resolution of His Excellency to the said declaration and proposals; sent to the Right Honorable, the Lord Major, and court of aldermen. And His Excellencies further desires and declaration touching the said city, and the excize office. Signed, T. Fairfax. Together, vvith the proposals of the Army, eoncerning [sic] Major Gen. Brown, and the impeached members now under restraint; presented to the House of Commons by Col. VVhaley. And the answer of the House thereunto. Published by authority. Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1612-1671.; England and Wales. Army.; England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons. 1648 (1648) Wing D535; Thomason E476_6; ESTC R205471 3,195 8 View Text
A36280 Thomas Dangerfield's answer to a certain scandalous paper entituled, The Kings evidence vindicated as to the imputation of perjury Dangerfield, Thomas, 1650?-1685. 1680 (1680) Wing D184; ESTC R24912 3,261 4 View Text
A96053 The remonstrance and declaration of His Excellencie Robert E. of VVarwick, Lord High Admirall of England; concerning the King, Parliament, Army, and kingdome. And his protestation and resolution, to the citizens of London, and all other His Majesties liege people, touching his engagement, for religion, Parliament, and kingdome. Subscribed, Warwick. Also, a letter and declaration from the Navy, to the apprentices of the City of London, and the mariners and water-men upon the river of Thames; containing their full resolution touching the Army. With the desires and proposals of the citizens of London, to his Excellency the Lord Gen. Fairfax, touching the horse and foot who are quartered in the city, and the general answer thereunto. Warwick, Robert Rich, Earl of, 1587-1658.; Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1612-1671. 1648 (1648) Wing W1009; Thomason E476_21; ESTC R205492 3,327 8 View Text
A91690 The resolution of the Army, concerning the King, Lords, Commons, and their solemn contract and engagement to be tendered to the people of England, upon the principles of common rights and freedom, and to stand firme, and remain unalterable for ever. With their remonstrance and proposals to the kingdome; shewing, what law and government they would have established and confirmed; which lawes and statutes, are ordered to be printed and published, to be read in all churches and chappels throughout the kingdome, in the presence of each respective congregation, and a copy thereof to be provided and kept by the ministers, church-wardens, or other officers of the said respective parishes. England and Wales. Army. 1648 (1648) Wing R1145; Thomason E476_16; ESTC R23431 3,348 8 View Text
A77592 A worthy speech made by the Right Honourable the Lord Brooke, at the election of his captaines and commanders at Warwick Castle, as also at the delivery of their last commissions Brooke, Robert Greville, Baron, 1607-1643. 1643 (1643) Wing B4915; Thomason E90_27; ESTC R18535 3,565 9 View Text
A87903 Rump enough: or, Quære for quære, in answer to a pamphlet, entituled, No nevv Parliament, or, Some quæres, or considerations, humbly offered to the present Parliament-members. L'Estrange, Roger, Sir, 1616-1704. 1660 (1660) Wing L1300; Thomason E1017_15; ESTC R207995 3,682 8 View Text
A87983 A letter from the Lord Mayor, aldermen and Common Councell of the City of London; in answer to a letter from the L. Generall, and the armies seizing and carrying away great summes of money from Weavers Hall, and Goldmsiths Hall; and an accompt what that money was for. And a fight at sea, certain ships lying before Portsmouth, and the last remarkable news from the Earle of Warwick. Also a warrant from the Lord Generall, to the aldermen and deputies of the respective wards within the City of London; and the proceedings thereupon. City of London (England). Court of Common Council. 1648 (1648) Wing L1531; Thomason E475_39; ESTC R205461 3,730 8 View Text
A61234 The speech of William Howard, late Lord Viscount Stafford, upon the scaffold on Tower-Hill immediately before his execution, Wednesday Decemb. 29, 1680. Stafford, William Howard, Viscount, 1614-1680. 1680 (1680) Wing S5157; ESTC R25784 3,739 4 View Text
A04792 Here begynneth a shorte treatyse of contemplacyon taught by our lorde Jhesu cryste, or taken out of the boke of Margerie kempe of lyn[n]. Kempe, Margery, b. ca. 1373. 1501 (1501) STC 14924; ESTC S104749 3,792 7 View Text
A81417 A dialogue; between George Keith, and an eminent Quaker relating to his coming over to the Church of England. With some modest reflections on Mr. Keith's two first sermons, preach'd at St. Georges Buttolphs Church on Sunday May the 12th. 1700. 1700 (1700) Wing D1311A; ESTC R224917 3,864 8 View Text
B01030 [Cautels preservatory concerning the preservation of the gods which are kept in the pyx] 1548 (1548) STC 4877.2; ESTC S96002 4,405 14 View Text
A90186 The Marquesse of Ormonds proclamation concerning the peace concluded with the Irish rebells, by the Kings command, at the Generall Assembly at Kilkenney; with a speech delivered by Sir Richard Blake, Speaker of the Assembly at Kilkenney. Also a speech by the Marquesse of Ormond in answer to the same. Together with a perfect list of their severall numbers of horse and foot by them raised, amounting to 20000. foot, and 3500. horse. Imprimatur. Gilbert Mabbott. Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1641-1649 : Ormonde); Ormonde, James Butler, Duke of, 1610-1688.; Blake, Richard, Sir, d. 1663. 1649 (1649) Wing O458; Thomason E545_12; ESTC R203069 4,586 16 View Text
A42589 Dr. Pierce his preaching exemplified in his practice. Or, An antidote to the poison of a surrilous [sic] and libellous pamphlet sent by N.G. to a friend in London, and printed without license In a letter from a friend of truth and justice unto a worthy divine of Cambridge. N. G.; J. F. aut 1663 (1663) Wing G48; ESTC R217412 4,664 11 View Text
A54124 A dialogue between the flag of St. Martin's steeple, and the standard at the Tower W. P. 1698 (1698) Wing P127; ESTC R217464 4,665 37 View Text
A02986 A briefe discouse of the merueylous victorie gotten by the king of Nauarre, against those of the holy League, on the twentieth of October 1587 Both in English, and in French as it was printed in Fraunce. Whereunto is added as soone as it came to my hand since the first impression, the true copie of a letter sent by the king of Nauarre to his secretary at Rochil, aswel in confirmation of the victorie against the Duke Ioyeuse, as also the ouerthrow that the Switzers gaue to the Duke of Guise. Henry IV, King of France, 1553-1610. True copie of a letter sent by the king of Navarre to his secretary at Rochil. 1587 (1587) STC 13129; ESTC S119810 4,864 18 View Text
A88806 Laurentius Lutherizans. Or the protestation of George Laurence, Master of Arts, late commoner in Oxford, and late lecturer in the parish-church of George Buttolph-Lane, by Little East-cheap in London. Against certaine calumniations asperged on him by the corrupt clergie, and their lay-proselytes, for some particulars, delivered in two sermons, at Michaels Church in Corne-hill, and else-where, concerning our nationall protestation. As it was declared, by way of digression, in a third sermon at the same church, the 23th. day of Januarie, in the morning lecture, anno, 1642. Lawrence, George, 1615-1695? 1642 (1642) Wing L658; Thomason E132_40; ESTC R23031 4,957 12 View Text
A79078 The royall missive to the Prince of VVales, being the letter of K. Charles I. : in part metrically paraphrased, for essay vnto the rest / by Ri. VVatson. Watson, Richard, 1612-1685.; Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649.; Charles II, King of England, 1630-1685. 1660 (1660) Wing C2765A; ESTC R204015 4,967 17 View Text
A25378 The last speech of Col. Eusebius Andrews, sometimes a lawyer of Lincolns-Inne, at the time of his execution on the scaffold at Tower-hill, Thursday the 22 of August, 1650 with several questions propounded to him by Doctor Swadling, and his answer thereunto. Andrews, Eusebius, d. 1650. 1650 (1650) Wing A3117; ESTC R15663 5,132 10 View Text
A50280 Matrimonii pensitatio, or, No joynture but the hugg-rural Flatman, Thomas, 1637-1688. 1679 (1679) Wing M1297; ESTC R10734 5,180 15 View Text
A25857 No peace 'till the king prosper a letter writ from a true lover of peace to one that is both modestly inquiring and discovering the true and false paths to a present peace : that if the Parliament prevaile against the king, peace cannot be, but if the king prevaile, it must be, and if neither prevaile, it will not be. Arnway, John, 1601-1653.; A. A. 1645 (1645) Wing A3734; ESTC R200232 5,192 10 View Text
A53041 Londons improvement and the builder's security asserted, by the apparent advantages that will attend their easie charge, in raising such a joint-stock, as may assure a re-building of those houses, which shall hereafter be destroyed by the casualties of fire as it was presented on New-Years-Day last, 1679, to the Right Honourable, Sir Robert Clayton, Kt., the present Lord-Mayor. A. N.; Newbold, A. 1680 (1680) Wing N846; ESTC R3601 5,238 9 View Text
A45634 The true copy of a letter from Mr. Harris and Mr. Annesley, two of the East-India-Companies council, left at Surrat by their General, Sir John Child, Barronet, when he and the rest of the English nation departed the Indian shoar [sic], and retired to Bombay to begin the late war against the Great Mogul and his subjects Harris, B. (Bartholomew); Annesley, Samuel. 1688 (1688) Wing H838; ESTC R13951 5,524 6 View Text
A40700 Mr. Fuller's letter to the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor being an answer to a late scandalous pamphlet, intituled, Fuller's Plain proof of the true mother of the pretended Pr. of Wales, made out to be no proof, &c. : with that part of His Majesty's declaration, relating to that imposture, publish'd in December, 1688.; Letter to the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor Fuller, William, 1670-1717? 1700 (1700) Wing F2484; ESTC R21236 5,649 26 View Text
A92948 A modest vindication of Mr. Seton's address and petition, to his Majesties High Commissioner, from the cavils and misconstructions of Anonymus Seton, George, 1676-1762. 1697 (1697) Wing S2649A; ESTC R232207 5,679 13 View Text
A22266 By the King, a proclamation declaring His Maiesties pleasure concerning the dissoluing of the present conuention of Parliament England and Wales. Sovereign (1603-1625 : James I); James I, King of England, 1566-1625. 1619 (1619) STC 8676.5; ESTC S1570 5,728 4 View Text
A22267 By the King, a proclamation declaring His Maiesties pleasure concerning the dissoluing of the present conuention of Parliament England and Wales. Sovereign (1603-1625 : James I); James I, King of England, 1566-1625. 1621 (1621) STC 8676; ESTC S123643 5,730 4 View Text
A45851 The Lord Inchiquins queries to the Protestant clergy of the province of Munster, with theyr answer to the said queeres as also Sir Richard Blagues speech, chaireman to the Assembly of the Confederate Catholicks at Killkenny, made to His Excellence the Lord Marquis of Ormond upon signing of the articles of peace : and His Exellencies answer to Sr. Richard Blagues speech.; Queries to the Protestant clergy of the province of Munster Inchiquin, Murrough O'Brien, Earl of, 1614-1674.; Blake, Richard, Sir, d. 1663.; Ormonde, James Butler, Duke of, 1610-1688. 1649 (1649) Wing I135; ESTC R4978 5,760 12 View Text
A72733 An order of prayer and thankesgiuing, for the preseruation of her Maiestie and the realme, from the traiterous and bloodie practises of the Pope, and his adherents to be vsed at times appointed in the preface. Published by authoritie.. Church of England.; Dyson, Humphrey, d. 1633, former owner. 1586 (1586) STC 16517; ESTC S123414 5,796 17 View Text
A63972 A search after honesty a poem / by Mr. Tutchin. Tutchin, John, 1661?-1707. 1697 (1697) Wing T3383; ESTC R38381 5,825 21 View Text
A52941 Certain queries humbly proposed in order to a quiet Christian submission to His Highness the Lord Protector S.N. S. N., Gent. 1658 (1658) Wing N68; ESTC R7284 5,870 13 View Text
A33347 Canterburies amazement, or, The ghost of the yong [sic] fellow Thomas Bensted who was drawne, hangd, and quartered by the meanes of the Bishop of Canterburie, who appeared to him in the Tower since the Iesuites execution : with a discourse between the two heads on London Bridge, the one being Thomas Bensteeds [sic], the other the late Iesuites. 1641 (1641) Wing C456; ESTC R7838 5,998 10 View Text
A82658 A declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, concerning the present lamentable, and miserable condition of Ireland, the poore Protestants in some places being forced to kill their horses to satisfie their hunger, and very many others having perished by famine. With some sad and serious motives propounded by both houses, to all pious and well affected Englishmen for their speedy reliefe, a thing earnestly to be intended considering what courses are now set on foot at Oxford, for bringing those barbarous rebels into this kingdom. Whereunto are added, the severall propositions made by the committees of the House of Commons, and the committee of adventurers chosen in London out of the body of the adventurers, and ratified by the House, for the more perfect incouragement of all that wish well to the generall cause of religion, the relieving of the Protestant brethren in Ireland, and the safety of this state and kingdome. England and Wales. Parliament. 1643 (1643) Wing E1394; Thomason E55_20; ESTC R23525 6,687 15 View Text
A31555 Sylla's ghost a satyr against ambition and the last horrid plot. C. C. 1683 (1683) Wing C300aA; ESTC R5627 6,750 17 View Text
A61430 A kind invitation to the people called Quakers, to the due consideration of some important truths in a letter and twenty questions, sent long since to their second-days meeting, and now to them all. To both which, an answer from their present yearly meeting, 1697. is desired. Stephens, Edward, d. 1706. 1697 (1697) Wing S5428; ESTC R222006 6,893 9 View Text
A90362 The Jesuits grand design upon England, clearly discovered in a letter lately written from a father of that society. Peirce, Edmund, Sir, d. 1667.; J. M. 1660 (1660) Wing P1063; Thomason E1019_16; ESTC R208327 7,068 8 View Text
A90431 The pennilesse parliament of threed-bare poets or, The merry fortune-teller, wherein all persons of the four severall complexions may finde their fortunes. Composed by Doctor Merry-man: not onely to purge melancholy: but also to procure tittering and laughing. Full of witty mirth, and delightfull recreation, for the content of the reader. Doctor Merry-man. 1649 (1649) Wing P1398; Thomason E1379_2; ESTC R209360 7,157 16 View Text
A14593 A Briefe treatise of the plague vvherein is shewed, the [brace] naturall cause of the plague, preseruations from the infection, way to cure the infected. I. W. 1603 (1603) STC 24905.7; ESTC S123186 7,218 13 View Text
A25360 The copie of a barons court newly translated by whats-you-call-him, clerk to the same. Anderson, Patrick, 1575-1624. 1680 (1680) Wing A3099; ESTC R27647 7,268 15 View Text
A48599 Itur Mediteranium a true accompt given of the proceedings of the Right Honourable, Lord Glin, The Lord Chief Justice of England, and the Honourable Barron Hill, one of the Barrons for the Exchequer, in their Summer circuit in the counties of Berks, Oxford, Gloucester, Monmouth, Hereford, Worcester, Salope and Stafford. Lineall, John. 1658 (1658) Wing L2331; ESTC R22285 7,339 20 View Text
A67246 An ansvver to the sope-makers complaint wherein is clearly demonstrated their scandalous aspersions, and the falacies of their atguments [sic] proved before the honourable committee for regulating the excise, Octob. 23. 1650. As also the proceedings of the proposers and their severall proposals: wherein is found nothing prejudiciall to the Common-wealth; no excise further being further added, no man restrained, no man oppressed, but that every man may make what he can, so he pay his due. In which, such care shall be taken, as may tend to the benefit of the Common-wealth, and the reputation and profit of the trade of the sope-maker of London. By him that is a lover of honesty, and a well-willer to that trade. Walker, John, 1650-1730. 1650 (1650) Wing W391B; ESTC R219915 7,396 15 View Text
A61642 Freedome. Or, The description of the excellent civill government of the island of Jersey published by James Stocall Esq; Collonel of a regiment of the trained bands of the said island, consisting of 1500 men. Under the government of the honorable Colonel Heane governour thereof, for the service of the Commonwealth of England. Stocall, James. 1652 (1652) Wing S5691A; ESTC R222041 7,464 19 View Text
A13003 A copie of a letter lately sent by a gentleman, student in the lawes of the realme, to a frende of his concernyng. D. Story 1571 (1571) STC 23296; ESTC S117854 7,478 24 View Text
A90132 An ould ship called an exhortation to continue all subjects in their due obedience, or the reward of a faithfull subject to his prince. To the bishops and clergy. To the true nobility. To the civil magistrate. To the true and faithfull subject. What a faithfull subject is? The discription of loyalty. / New riged by a well-wisher, to his prince and countrie, never more need to be set forth to sea, then in these distracted times. 1648 (1648) Wing O216; Thomason E422_29; ESTC R16076 7,485 16 View Text
A48159 A letter to a friend, concerning a late pamphlet, entituled, Angliæ tutamen, or, The safety of England being an account of the banks, lotteries, mines, divings, drawings, liftings, and other engines, and many pernicious projects now on foot, tending to the destruction of trade and commerce, and the impoverishing this realm : with reflections thereupon, of great import to all sorts of people. 1696 (1696) Wing L1638A; ESTC R10118 7,575 15 View Text
A54963 The plagues approved physitian Shewing the naturall causes of the infection of the ayre, and of the plague. With divers observations to bee used, preserving from the plague, and signes to know the infected therewith. Also many true and approved medicines for the perfect cure thereof. Chiefely, a godly and penitent prayer unto almighty God, for our preservation, and deliverance therefrom. 1665 (1665) Wing P2337; ESTC R220438 7,678 21 View Text
A08190 Saynt Nycholas of tolle[n]tyne 1525 (1525) STC 18528; ESTC S104420 7,861 18 View Text
A96240 A letter from the Assembly of Divines in England and the commissioners of the Church of Scotland written, and sent by order of the honorable House of Commons assembled in Parliament, to the Belgicke, French, Helvetian, and other reformed churches / translated into English and now published with the severall inscriptions to those churches by order of the said House.; Literae a Conventu Theologorum in Anglia et Ecclesiae Scoticanae delegatis. English Westminster Assembly; Lauderdale, John Maitland, Duke of, 1616-1682.; Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Commission.; England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons. 1644 (1644) Wing W1443A; ESTC R42767 7,942 17 View Text
A96239 A letter from the Assembly of Divines in England, and the commissioners of the Church of Scotland, written, and sent by order of the honorable House of Commons assembled in Parliament, to the Belgick, French, Helvetian, and other reformed churches. Translated into English, and now published with the severall inscriptions to those churches. By order of the said House.; Literae a Conventu Theologorum in Anglia et Ecclesiae Scoticanae delegatis. English Westminster Assembly; Lauderdale, John Maitland, Duke of, 1616-1682.; Church of Scotland. General Assembly.; England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons. aut 1644 (1644) Wing W1443; Thomason E39_7; ESTC R20514 7,959 20 View Text
A41189 A second dialogue between the Pope and a phanatick, concerning affairs in England by the author of the first, who is a hearty lover of his prince and country. Hearty lover of his prince and country.; Ferguson, Robert, d. 1714. 1681 (1681) Wing F758; ESTC R17988 8,027 18 View Text
A22698 Speciall orders and directions by the Queenes Maiesties commandement to all iustices of peace, and all maiors, shiriffes, and all principall officers of cities, boroughs, and townes corporate, for stay and redresse of [dearth of graine] England and Wales. Sovereign (1558-1603 : Elizabeth I) 1600 (1600) STC 9208.7; ESTC S1930 8,096 18 View Text
A93152 A brief testimony against tale-bearers, whisperers, and back- biters shewing that where they are given ear unto amongst friends, neighbors, and relations, or in any Christian society, such can never live in peace, concord and unity / by William Shewen. Shewen, William, 1631?-1695. 1686 (1686) Wing S3418; ESTC R42470 8,434 31 View Text
A06377 A declaration made by my lord prince of Conde, for to shew and declare the causes, that haue co[n]strained him to take vpon him the defence of the Kinges authoritie of the gouernement of the Queene, and of the quietness of this realme, with the protestation therevpon requisite Condé, Louis, prince de, 1530-1569. 1562 (1562) STC 16849.3; ESTC S107741 8,634 30 View Text
A93371 A letter from Edinburgh, concerning the difference of the proceedings of the well-affected in Scotland from the proceedings of the Army in England. J. S. 1648 (1648) Wing S40A; Thomason E536_11; ESTC R203454 8,839 15 View Text
A85528 A diall, wherein is contained a remembrance of death, and the uncertainty of the time of death. With many good rules how for to lead a good life. Granger, William. 1648 (1648) Wing G1514; Thomason E429_8; ESTC R202242 9,090 17 View Text
A89670 An apology for the honorable nation of the Jevvs, and all the sons of Israel· Written by Edward Nicholas, Gent. Nicholas, Edward.; Manasseh ben Israel, 1604-1657, attributed name. 1649 (1649) Wing N1081; Thomason E544_16; ESTC R203014 9,175 15 View Text
A90835 The poor man's mite, unto the more large contributions of the liberal, at this day freely added, in testimony of that respect which is born unto the faithful and their interest, as it's laid up and hid in Jesus. Briefly discovering, 1. The vanity of that rejoycing, which seems to glory in any thing save the Lord. 2. What is required of all that expect to have the form of the Lords house revealed unto them. 3. That however the chief corner-stone may be rejected, none other foundation can no man lay. 4. That as Christ shall appear, so with him shall the interest of the second of new creation, appear with him in glory. 5. A postscript, or additional word to the reader, occasioned by the late revived noise of uniformity, or national conformity to the principles of some men. 1659 (1659) Wing P2867; Thomason E986_3; ESTC R207764 9,278 15 View Text
A42426 A speech made by Alderman Garroway, at a common-hall on Tuesday the 17. of January upon occasion of a speech delivered there the Friday before, by Mr. Pym, at the reading of His Majesties answer to the late petition. Garraway, Henry, Sir, 1575-1646. 1642 (1642) Wing G280; ESTC R233456 9,429 15 View Text
A53899 A sermon preached November V, MDCLXXIII, at the Abbey-Church in Westminster by John, Lord Bishop of Chester. Pearson, John, 1613-1686. 1673 (1673) Wing P1009; ESTC R23235 9,602 27 View Text
A68491 A pleasant dialogue. betweene a lady called Listra, and a pilgrim Concerning the gouernment and common weale of the great prouince of Crangalor. 1579. T. N., fl. 1579.; Nicholas, Thomas, b. ca. 1532, attributed name. 1579 (1579) STC 18335.5; ESTC S110071 9,624 36 View Text
A08935 The exposition and declaration of the Psalme, Deus ultionum Dominus, made by syr Henry Parker knight, lord Morley, dedicated to the kynges highnes Morley, Henry Parker, Lord, 1476-1556. 1539 (1539) STC 19211; ESTC S104282 9,704 46 View Text
A40695 Mr. Fuller's appeal to both Houses of Parliament, with letters relating to Sir John Fenwick and himself by William Fuller ...; Appeal to both houses of Parliament Fuller, William, 1670-1717? 1697 (1697) Wing F2478; ESTC R21255 10,075 48 View Text
A96090 The Parliaments vindication in ansvver to Prince Ruperts declaration. By S.W. Esquire. S. W.; Rupert, Prince, Count Palatine, 1619-1682. Declaratie van Prins Robert. 1642 (1642) Wing W110; Thomason E244_3; ESTC R212571 10,250 8 View Text
A50455 The test and tryal of medicines and the different modes of medical practice. Shewing what hopes of help, from physick and physicians. By E.M. Med. D. Maynwaringe, Everard, 1628-1699? 1690 (1690) Wing M1515; ESTC R217778 10,282 10 View Text
A15635 Epithalamia: or Nuptiall poems vpon the most blessed and happie mariage betweene the high and mightie Prince Frederick the fifth, Count Palatine of the Rhein, Duke of Bauier, &c. and the most vertuous, gracious and thrice excellent Princesse, Elizabeth, sole daughter to our dread Soueraigne, Iames by the grace of God King of Great Britaine, France and Ireland, defender of the faith, &c. Celebrated at White-hall the fourteenth of Februarie, 1612. Written by George Wither. Wither, George, 1588-1667. 1613 (1613) STC 25901; ESTC S119958 10,392 34 View Text
A55771 Eye-salve for England, or, The grand trappan detected in a plain and faithful narrative of the horrid and unheard-of designs of some justices and deputy-lieutenants in Lancashire treacherously to ensnare the lives and estates of many persons of quality in that county, as also, in the counties of York and Chester / by Evan Price ... Price, Evan. 1667 (1667) Wing P3332; ESTC R9214 10,406 15 View Text
A63485 A true copy of several affidavits and other proofs of the largeness and richness of the mines, late of Sir Carbery Pryse the original whereof are fil'd in the High Court of Chancery. Published at the request of several persons of quality, subscribers to the mine-adventure. 1698 (1698) Wing T2635A; ESTC R235319 10,505 4 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
A50555 A sermon preached before the Queen, at White-Hall, March 11th, 1691/2 by R. Meggott ... Meggott, Richard, d. 1692. 1692 (1692) Wing M1632; ESTC R851 10,711 33 View Text
A84205 An exact narrative of the attempts made upon the Duke of Glocester. Being the extract of divers letters written out of France to persons of quality in England. And published for the satisfaction of all true Protestants. 1654 (1654) Wing E3664; Thomason E819_4; ESTC R201946 10,870 18 View Text
A55641 A sermon preach'd before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor, the aldermen and citizens of London at St. Mary le Bow, on Thursday, Sept. 2. 1697 / by Samuel Prat ... Pratt, Samuel, 1659?-1723. 1698 (1698) Wing P3185; ESTC R33949 11,271 34 View Text
A67189 A sermon preached to those, who had been scholars of St. Paul's school in Guild-Hall Chapel, London, at their anniversary-meeting on St. Paul's Day, 1678/9 / by W. Wyatt ... Wyatt, W. (William), d. 1712. 1679 (1679) Wing W3735; ESTC R12296 11,353 34 View Text
A09171 The Popes complaint to his minion cardinals, against the good successe of the Bohemians and their generall proceedings Paul V, Pope, 1552-1621, attributed name. 1620 (1620) STC 19483; ESTC S114204 11,804 30 View Text
A52738 The heu and cry, or A relation of the travels of the Devil and Towzer through all the earthly territorys, and the infernal region, together with many of their most memorable adventures in search after the lost Heraclitus / written by N.N. ... N. N. 1682 (1682) Wing N36; ESTC R19341 12,072 22 View Text
A85876 Chartæ scriptæ: or A new game at cards, call'd Play by the booke. Gayton, Edmund, 1608-1666. 1645 (1645) Wing G408; Thomason E309_19; ESTC R200422 12,172 31 View Text
A37275 A sermon preach'd at the parish-church of St. Chad's in Shrewsbury, March 5, 1694/5 being the funeral day of our most gracious sovereign Queen Mary / by Thomas Dawes. Dawes, Thomas, 1652?-1715. 1695 (1695) Wing D451; ESTC R24877 12,749 32 View Text
A52425 A murnival of knaves, or, Whiggism plainly display'd, and (if not grown shameless) burlesqu't out of countenance Norris, John, 1657-1711. 1683 (1683) Wing N1255; ESTC R10820 12,952 42 View Text
A65050 A vindication of their Majesties Wisdom in the nomination of some reverend persons to the vacant arch-bishopricks and bishopricks occasioned by the scandalous reflections of unreasonable men / by a minister of London. Minister of London. 1691 (1691) Wing V534; ESTC R29265 13,123 30 View Text
A76834 Speculum Culmerianum wherein all persecuting, and malitious priests may behold the blindnesse of their zeale, the shame of their hypocricy, and the just reward of their unsatisfied malice. Being an answer to a scandalous book called A parish looking-glasse for persecutors of ministers, pretended to be writ by Richard Culmer the younger, in defence of his father Richard Culmer, Minister of Minster in the County of Kent ... / By Stephen Blaxland. Blaxland, Stephen. 1657 (1657) Wing B3176; ESTC R170684 13,355 46 View Text
A67238 A sermon preach'd in the Collegiate-Church of Ripon, on Sunday the 22d of September, 1695 being the day appointed for a publick thanksgiving for the reduction of the town and castle of Namur ... / by Christopher Wyvill ... Wyvill, Christopher, 1651?-1711. 1695 (1695) Wing W3788; ESTC R34105 13,390 27 View Text
A59651 Divine providence, the support of good men under all events a sermon preached before the Lord Mayor, &c. at Guild-Hall Chappel, June 20th, 1680 / by William Shelton, rector of St. James, Colchester. Shelton, William, d. 1699. 1680 (1680) Wing S3098; ESTC R37383 13,523 41 View Text
A20977 The miracle of the peace in Fraunce Celebrated by the ghost of the diuine Du Bartas. / Translated, by Iosuah Sylvester.; Miracle de la paix en France. English. Du Nesme, Jean.; Du Bartas, Guillaume de Salluste, seigneur, 1544-1590.; Sylvester, Josuah, 1563-1618. 1599 (1599) STC 7353.5; ESTC S105425 13,633 72 View Text
A11228 The picture of a vvanton her leawdnesse discouered. F. S. 1615 (1615) STC 21491.3; ESTC S957 13,656 24 View Text