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A73954 By the Queene. Whereas aduertisement is giuen vnto vs, that there is at this time dispersed within our citie of London, and the suburbs thereof, a great multitude of base and loose people ...; Proclamations. 1600-02-15 England and Wales. Sovereign (1558-1603 : Elizabeth I) 1600 (1600) STC 8282; ESTC S125356 756 2 View Text
A37882 Order from the High Court of Parliament for the voting of the new bill of subsidies by the Lords House with the Earle of Bristols speech at a conference with both Houses concerning the gathering of money for the souldiers. England and Wales. Parliament.; Bristol, John Digby, Earl of, 1580-1654. Earle of Bristols speech at a conference with both Houses. 1641 (1641) Wing E1758; ESTC R27335 1,029 8 View Text
A94679 To the Right Honourable, the Supreme Court of Parliament. The humble petition of the sentinels in the regiment formerly belonging to Major General Goffe 1659 (1659) Wing T1711; Thomason 669.f.21[47]; ESTC R211213 1,093 1 View Text
A94678 To the Right Honourable, the Supreme Court of Parliament. The humble petition of the sentinels in the regiment formerly belonging to Major General Goffe. 1659 (1659) Wing T1711; Thomason 669.f.21[47]; ESTC R211213 1,093 1 View Text
A39013 An Elegy on the death of Sir Edmond Saunders, late Lord Chief Justice of England who died the 19th of June 1683. 1683 (1683) Wing E380; ESTC R27317 1,147 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
A58972 A Second elegy on that incomparable heroe, Thomas Earl of Ossory who died on Fryday the 30th of July 1680. 1680 (1680) Wing S2276A; ESTC R32135 1,342 1 View Text
A34761 The Countreys advice to the late Duke of Monmouth and those in rebellion with him. 1685 (1685) Wing C6570; ESTC R4574 1,346 2 View Text
A35204 An elegie upon the right honourable the late Earl of Ossory Crouch, John, fl. 1660-1681. 1680 (1680) Wing C7297A; ESTC R34849 1,349 1 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
A95448 Two letters: the first, being a relation of a sad accident that fell out at Erpingham neer Norwich July 2. shewing how a fire-ball fell from the heavens into the parish church there, broke down part of the steeple and several places in the church-wall, kill'd one man and wounded diverse, &c. The second, being a relation of a strange sight in the heavens, seen by three justices of the peace their sons. Dated, Hungerford in Wiltshire, June 19. 1665. 1665 (1665) Wing T3479A; ESTC R230495 1,741 8 View Text
B00600 The good-fellowes advice: shewing what favour a man shall have while he hath meanes, but being in want, then all friendship ends. To the tune of, Vpon a summer time. Records, Charles. 1635 (1635) STC 20822; Interim Tract Supplement Guide C.20.f.7[520] 1,925 2 View Text
A28264 The Bishops potion, or, A dialogue betweene the Bishop of Canterbury and his phisitian wherein he desireth the doctor to have a care of his bodie and to preserve him from being let blood in the neck when the signe is in Taurus. 1641 (1641) Wing B3032; ESTC R23055 1,930 8 View Text
A70734 The Occasional doctor his examination before a committee of Whigg-priests. 1682 (1682) Wing O123R; ESTC R22382 2,042 2 View Text
A38385 Englands day of joy and rejoycing, or, Long lookt for is come at last, or, The True manner of proclaiming Charls the Second King of England, &c. this eighth day of this present May, to the ever honored praise of General Monck, being for the good of his country and the Parliament : to the tune of Jockey. 1660 (1660) Wing E2955A; ESTC R36556 2,166 1 View Text
A82144 A declaration of the faithful soldiers of the army: to all the honest people of the nation. Shewing their resolution to stand by the good old cause and maintain the liberties and priviledges of the subject. England and Wales. Army. 1659 (1659) Wing D667; Thomason E980_7; ESTC R207732 2,289 7 View Text
A57830 Sir Beniamin Rvdyerds speech concerning bishops, deanes and chapters at a committee of the whole House; Speech concerning bishops, deanes, and chapters Rudyerd, Benjamin, Sir, 1572-1658. 1641 (1641) Wing R2190; ESTC R11526 2,317 9 View Text
A94627 To the Right Honourable the Ld. Fleetwood, to be communicated to the officers of the Army, the humble representation of divers well-affected persons of the city of Westminster and parts adjacent. Fleetwood, Charles, d. 1692. 1659 (1659) Wing T1651; Thomason E979_5; ESTC R203801 2,342 8 View Text
A49195 A speech made by the Lord Lowden to the Lords in the Upper House of Parliament in Scotland, the 20 of Septemb., Anno 1641 concerning the restoration of the electoriall family. Loudoun, John Campbell, Earl of, 1598-1663. 1641 (1641) Wing L3088; ESTC R2439 2,354 7 View Text
A89692 Nineteen cases of conscience. Submissively tendred to Mr. Hugh Peters, and the rest of his fellow commissioners, the triars by sundry weak brethren. Peters, Hugh, 1598-1660. 1659 (1659) Wing N1163; Thomason E986_16; ESTC R203061 2,426 8 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
B14948 The new tydings out of Italie are not yet com 1620 (1620) STC 18507.1; ESTC S119505 2,711 2 View Text
A00474 The example of euyll tongues; Of euyll tongues. 1525 (1525) STC 10608; ESTC S110674 2,729 10 View Text
A94594 To the right Honourable, our right vvorthy and grave senatours, the Lord Mayor, aldermen, and commonalty of the City of London in Common Council assembled the most humble petition and address of divers young men, on the behalf of themselves and the apprentices in and about this honourable city[.] 1659 (1659) Wing T1609; Thomason 669.f.22[14]; ESTC R211352 2,766 1 View Text
A94595 To the right honourable, our right vvorthy and grave senatours, the lord mayor, aldermen, and commonalty of the city of London in Common Council assembled, the most humble petition and address of divers young men, on the behalf of themselves and the apprentices in and about this honourable city,. City of London (England). Court of Common Council. 1659 (1659) Wing T1609; ESTC R211352 2,775 1 View Text
B06139 To the right honourable, our right vvorthy and grave senatours, the Lord Mayor, aldermen, and commonalty of the city of London in Common Council assembled. [Th]e most humble petition and address of divers young men, on the behalf of themselves and the apprentices in and about this honourable city. City of London (England). Court of Common Council. 1659 (1659) Wing T1609A; ESTC R185346 2,856 1 View Text
A81036 The speech of His highness the Lord Protector, made to both Houses of Parliament at their first meeting, on Thursday the 27th of January 1658. As also the speech of the right Honourable Nathaniel Lord Fiennes, one of the Lords Keepers of the Great Seal of England, made at the same time. England and Wales. Lord Protector (1658-1660 : R. Cromwell); Fiennes, Nathaniel, 1607 or 8-1669. Speech of the Right Honourable Nathaniel Lord Fiennes.; Cromwell, Richard, 1626-1712. 1659 (1659) Wing C7191; Thomason E968_1; ESTC R207688 3,006 11 View Text
A18763 A sad and solemne funerall, of the right Honorable sir Francis Knowles knight, treasorer of the Queenes Maiesties houshold, one of hir priuie councell, and knight of the most honorable order of the Garter. VVritten by Thomas Churchyard Esquier Churchyard, Thomas, 1520?-1604. 1596 (1596) STC 5254; ESTC S105059 3,029 10 View Text
A86721 The humble addresse of the provinciall synod, of Fife in Scotland. To His most sacred Majesty, after the receipt of his most gracious letter, to the several presbyteries of the Church of Scotland. Directed to the Right Honourable the Earle of Lauderdale, gentleman of His Majesties bed-chamber, and Lord Secretarie of Scotland, to me by him presented to His most Excellent Majesty. Church of Scotland. Synod of Fife. 1660 (1660) Wing H3385; Thomason E1047_4; ESTC R208090 3,383 12 View Text
A95371 A commemoration, or A calling to minde of the great and eminent deliverance from the powder-plot. A mercie never to be forgotten by the people of God, who have been, still are, and ever will be, the greatest sharers in it, and the best imp[r]overs of it. Turner, John, fl. 1654. 1654 (1654) Wing T3322; Thomason E813_10; ESTC R207335 3,494 8 View Text
A94677 To the Right Honourable, the supreme authority of this nation, the Commons of England in Parliament assembled. The humble petition of firm and constant friends to the Parliament and Common-wealth, presenters and promoters of the large petition of September 11. MDCXLVIII. England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons. 1649 (1649) Wing T1710; Thomason 669.f.13[73]; ESTC R211160 3,545 1 View Text
B06901 The first p[art]. To the tune of Lilli Bullero. The second part. 1700 (1700) Interim Tract Supplement Guide C.20.f.2[270] 3,789 1 View Text
A86924 The Worlds wonder, or, joyful newes from Scotland and Ireland. Comprized in the ensuing predictions, and monethly observations, for this present year, 1651. Foreshewing the great things that will come to passe in England, Ireland and Scotland, the several fights that will happen between the Lord Gen. Cromwel and the Scots, and the Lord Gen, Deputy Ireton, and the Irish; the event and success thereof, and what will befall the King of Scots, and Major Gen. Massey. A great victory to be obtained by the English, in the moneth of July, upon the eclipsing of the sun, as it was in Jermany, when the renouned King of Sweden, charging in the van against the emperour, with his sword in one hand, and his pistol in the other, in his buf-coat, was slain upon the place; with a description of the said fight, and the Kings speech to his souldiery, ... A great fight in Ireland, and the total routing of the enemy in Scotland, ... A great fight at sea by the Parliaments navy. ... joyful tydings for the London merchants, and exceeding good news for the countrey farmers, and citizens. Together, with a new prophesie of the Presbyterians, ... Extracted out of the original, licensed according to order. G. H. 1651 (1651) Wing H38; Thomason E624_8; ESTC R206457 3,871 9 View Text
B01813 An account and testimony of Samuel Browne, concerning his dear mother Sarah Browne, widow, who departed this life at his house in Leicester the 30th of the 9th month, 1693. Browne, Samuel. 1693 (1693) Wing B5149; ESTC R170844 3,883 22 View Text
A91067 A proper new ballad on the old Parliament Or, the second part of Knave out of doores. To the tune of Hei ho my honey, my heart shall never rue, four and twenty now for your mony, and yet a hard pennyworth too. 1659 (1659) Wing P3671; Thomason 669.f.22[7]; ESTC R211328 3,953 1 View Text
B06154 To the supreme authority, the Parliament of the Commonwealth of England. The humble petition of the owners and commoners of the town of Islelham [sic] in the county of Cambridge. 1652 (1652) Wing T1748A; ESTC R185349 3,989 10 View Text
A50079 A treatise of the vertues and uses of several panacea's or most infallible remedies in physic. By James Massard one of the most ancientest doctors of the Colledge of Grenoble. Nov. 20th. 1685. This may be printed, Rob. Midgley. Massard, Jaques. 1685 (1685) Wing M1027A; ESTC R221557 3,995 17 View Text
A58238 Reasons for encouraging the Bank of England I. In respect of justice and common right, II. Of its usefulness and the publick good. 1696 (1696) Wing R490; ESTC R6056 4,041 5 View Text
A55459 The Popish hunt after the Protestant plot, or, The Blood-hounds at full cry together with a dialogue between Nat. Implement and one of the Jesuites in Newgate, about broaching more shams, especially that of young Tong's pretended recantation, and his charging the contrivance of his subornation upon the Presbyterians : with some animadversions upon the adventure of the turkey. 1682 (1682) Wing P2951; ESTC R31937 4,357 6 View Text
A96922 A vvord of seasonable and sound counsell laid down in severall proposals, which takes in very much of the sense and agreement of the good people of these nations, both touching the work, and touching the sutable work-men thereunto, which the wonderful appearance and providences of the righteous Lord, seemes to point at in this our day. Humbly tendered and presented unto those that are in eminent place in this juncture of affaires, both in a civill and in a military capacity. / By divers well affected persons to the general peace, prosperity and liberty of these nations, inhabiting in and about the city of Westminster. As an essay in order to a well grounded vnity, peace, and settlement, &c. 1659 (1659) Wing W3562; Thomason 669.f.22[9]; ESTC R211336 4,509 1 View Text
A90401 To the Parliament, the Army, and all the wel-affected in the nation, who have been faithful to the good old cause. Penington, Isaac, 1616-1679. 1659 (1659) Wing P1215; Thomason E983_21; ESTC R203316 4,620 4 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
A78417 A Caveat to those that shall resolve, whether right or wrong, to destroy J.L. 1653 (1653) Wing C1617; Thomason E705_21; ESTC R207112 4,782 8 View Text
A16537 Foure letters of comforts, for the deaths of the Earle of Hadingtoun, and of the Lord Boyd, with two epitaphs Boyd, Zacharie, 1585?-1653. 1640 (1640) STC 3446A; ESTC S114471 4,867 17 View Text
B02975 Anno 43. Elizabethæ Reginæ. Chap XII. Commissions awarded to hear and determine policies of assurances made among merchants, and the commissioners authority England and Wales. Parliament. 1680 (1680) Wing E1283A; ESTC R175074 4,909 5 View Text
A48136 A letter sent from a gentleman in Oxford, to his friend in London concerning the iustice of the King's cause, and the unequall proceedings of those against him, who are now found to be the enemies of our peace and happinesse : or a short character of the actions of our new state-reformers, in which the seduced people may see to whom to impute the beginning of these miserable distractions, and the continuance thereof. Gentleman in Oxford. 1646 (1646) Wing L1595; ESTC R9389 4,940 10 View Text
A87731 A warning from the Lord to the teachers & people of Plimovth. With a few queries to the parish teachers of this nation, that have great sums of money for teaching the people. / From them which are scornfully called Qvakers, but witness the teaching of Christ.; Warning from the Lord to the teachers & people of Plimouth. Killam, Margaret, d. 1672.; Patison, Barbara. 1655 (1655) Wing K473; Thomason E861_14; ESTC R206660 5,133 8 View Text
A46247 Jevvels of ingenuity, set in a coronet of poetry by the industry of T.J. Jordan, Thomas, 1612?-1685? 1660 (1660) Wing J1033A; ESTC R10761 5,203 18 View Text
A42986 A Further account of New Jersey in an abstract of letters lately writ from thence / by several inhabitants there resident. 1676 (1676) Wing H1007; ESTC R15092 5,242 16 View Text
A85581 Great Brjttajnes distractions: or An alarum to awaken all good subjects; shewing them the cause and cure of their present evils. And briefly answering some false frivolous objections, made by one of the chiefe rabbies of these times. With an exhortation in the conclusion to all good subjects, for to put in practice their just duty. Written by a true lover both of God, his king, and countrey. True lover both of God, his King, and countrey. 1642 (1642) Wing G1666; Thomason E128_32; ESTC R3654 5,337 9 View Text
A41981 Unto all that wait in Sion, for the consolation of Christ Jesus, is the word of peace and comfort declared and sent in this trying day that all may be comforted, and in God may rejoyce and be glad, who lives for ever and ever : containing three letters, written at three sundry times unto the gathered of God, into the covenant of endless life &c. / by William Green. Green, William, 17th Cent. 1665 (1665) Wing G1814A; ESTC R24971 5,408 10 View Text
A75267 The Dutch bloudy almanack, conteyning the exact astrologicall predictions, for the yeare of our Lord 1653 divided into these particulars. 1 The predictions of the bloudy war between England and Holland, with the success and events of severall fights by sea and land, and the joyning together of the greatest part of Europe against England. 2 The breaking forth of open wars with Denmark, and the bloudy attempt of the King of Scots, and James Duke of York in prosecution of that designe. 3 Severall mutenys and insurr-ctions [sic] in England, with some astrologlcal [sic] observations thereupon. 4 Some generull calculations concerning the warres in France, Spain and Portugale, with every moneths observations of the revolutions in England. 1652 (1652) Wing A2895A; Thomason E678_15; ESTC R206799 5,614 8 View Text
A76777 The black Dutch almanack or Predictions and astronimocall observations fore-shewing what will further happen to the king of Scots and other kings and commonwealths, from the aspects and conjunctions of the planets in their quotidian motions. Also a new prophesy found in Dutch, foretelling of a great fleet of ships and of Danes Sweds, &c. to be seen this present year 1652. and bloody fights by sea and land, with variety of other matter concerning the English, the Hollander and the French. 1650 (1650) Wing B3043aA; Thomason E1372_1; ESTC R209337 5,632 18 View Text
A80924 A letter from the Lord General Cromwel, concerning the rendition of the Castle of Edinburgh to his Excellency on articles. Together with the passages between His Excellency and the Governor in order hereunto, and the articles upon which the same were surrendered, and a list of the ordnance and ammunition therein. Die Martis, 31 Decembr. 1650. Ordered by the Parliament, that the letter sent from the General from Edinburgh, dated the 24 Decem. 1650. Together with the several papers therein inclosed; together with the articles for the rendition of the Castle of Edinburgh; and the list of the ordnance and ammunition taken there, be forthwith printed and published. Hen: Scobell, Cleric. Parliamenti. Cromwell, Oliver, 1599-1658.; England and Wales. Parliament. 1650 (1650) Wing C7094; Thomason E621_2; ESTC R206393 5,778 16 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
A87391 A vindication of His Majesty and the army. As also the grounds and reasons of the armies guarding and preservation of His Majesties person. Authorized by speciall command. Joyce, George, fl. 1647. 1647 (1647) Wing J1125; Thomason E396_5; ESTC R201642 5,931 14 View Text
A93778 A Protestant souldier's congratulation to the Prince of Orange, in a new letany, or, Prayers against Popery· Being thought necessary to be added to the daily devotions of private families at all times, but more especially in this present juncture of affairs in England. By Captain Anthony Stampe, sometimes chief engineer and adjutant general to an active Protestant Army against the rebels in Ireland. Stampe, Anthony. 1688 (1688) Wing S5192; ESTC R229849 5,948 16 View Text
A52514 Good and joyful news for England: or, The prophecy of the renowned Michael Nostradamus that Charles the II. of Great Britain, France and Ireland King, Defender of the faith, &c. shall have a son of his own body lawfully begotten, that shall succeed him in the imperial throne of Great Britain, and all other his dominions; and reign long after his father, most fortunately and well beloved. As it was taken out of the translations of Dr. Theo. Garencieres, M.D. Col. Lond. Printed 1672. in fol. With observations concerning the present blazing-comet. By J.B. Philalelos, a true and faithful Protestant, of the first and best rate and rank. J. B., Philalelos.; Garencières, Theophilus, 1610-1680.; Ness, Christopher, 1621-1705.; Nostradamus, 1503-1566. 1681 (1681) Wing N1397A; ESTC R216798 6,022 8 View Text
A84765 A letter from His Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax, and a Councel of VVar at Vxbridge, June 29. 1647. To be communicated to both Houses of Parliament, and the Lord Major, Aldermen and Common-Councel of the City of London, of the armies drawing farther back from the City of London, and the head-quarters that night at Wickam; in answer to the votes of both Houses. With a perfect copy of the votes; and the names of the Councel of War. By the appointment of His Excellency Sir Tho: Fairfax, and the Councel of War. Uxbridge, June 29. 1647. Signed John Rushworth. England and Wales. Army. Council.; Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1612-1671.; England and Wales. Parliament. 1647 (1647) Wing F173; Thomason E396_4; ESTC R201641 6,048 13 View Text
A00296 A true relation of a brave English strategem practised lately vpon a sea-towne in Galizia, (one of the Kingdomes in Spaine) and most valiantly and succesfully performed by one English ship alone of 30. tonne, with no more than 35. men in her. As also, with two other remarkeable accidents betweene the English and Spaniards, to the glory of our nation. 1626 (1626) STC 10419; ESTC S118018 6,110 16 View Text
B05243 The declaration of the Convention of Estates of the Kingdom of Scotland concerning the present expedition into England, according to the commission and order given from their meeting at Edenburgh, August 1643. Scotland. Convention of Estates. 1643 (1643) Wing S1216A; ESTC R187402 6,472 18 View Text
A58617 The declaration of the kingdome of Scotland, concerning the present expedition into England according to the commission and order of the Convention of Estates, from their meeting at Edinburgh, August 1643. Scotland. Convention of Estates. 1643 (1643) Wing S1219; ESTC R235648 6,543 16 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
A64579 The parable of the black-bird[s] and the magpie vindicated Thompkins, Edward. 1691 (1691) Wing T997; ESTC R25647 7,037 6 View Text
A77081 A book without a title 1649 (1649) Wing B3722; Thomason E559_12; ESTC P1342 7,057 8 View Text
B03865 His Majesties most gratious declaration to all his loving subjects commanding their assistance against the Prince of Orange, and his adherents. James II, King of England, 1633-1701. 1692 (1692) Wing J216A; ESTC R178847 7,071 4 View Text
A15042 A remembraunce of the life, death, and vertues, of the most noble and honourable Lord Thomas late Erle of Sussex Vicount Fitz-water, Lord of Egremount and Burnell, iustice of an ayer, of all her Maiesties forrestes, parkes, chaces, and warrantes, on the south side of Trent, Captaine of the pensioners & gentlemen at armes, Lord Chamberlaine of her Maiesties honorable household, Knight of the noble Order of the Garter, and of her Highnesse most gratious and prudente Pryuy Councell. VVho deceased at Barmesey the 11. of Iune 1583. The report of George VVhetstones gent. Whetstone, George, 1544?-1587? 1583 (1583) STC 25344; ESTC S111701 7,104 16 View Text
A88186 For every individuall member of the honourable House of Commons Lilburne, John, 1614?-1657. 1647 (1647) Wing L2109; Thomason E414_9; ESTC R204503 7,264 4 View Text
A76033 The bull of Pope Alexander VIII. Published two days before his death. Annulling all the proceedings of the French clergy, assembled at Paris, 1682 Published by authority. Alexander VIII, Pope, 1610-1691. 1691 (1691) Wing A909; ESTC R230811 7,422 8 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
A88805 The debauched cavalleer: or the English Midianite. Wherein are compared by way of parallel, the carriage, or rather miscarriage of the cavalleeres, in the present reigne of our King Charles, with the Midianites of old. Setting forth their diabolicall, and hyperdiabolicall blaspemies, execrations, rebellions, cruelties, rapes, and robberies. / Penned by G.L. and C.L. for publique good. Lawrence, George, 1615-1695?; Love, Christopher, 1618-1651. 1642 (1642) Wing L656; Thomason E240_43; ESTC R2897 7,576 8 View Text
A08190 Saynt Nycholas of tolle[n]tyne 1525 (1525) STC 18528; ESTC S104420 7,861 18 View Text
A90841 The poore vvise-mans admonition unto all the plaine people of London, and the neighbor-places. To strengthen them in the houre of temptation, that they may be happy and exemplary instruments to all other people, in preserving the city, Parliament, and whole nation, from imminent and sudden destruction. Walwyn, William, 1600-1681. 1647 (1647) Wing P2898; Thomason E392_4; ESTC R201558 7,946 12 View Text
A70119 The Good old cause explained, revived, & asserted and the Long-Parliament vindicated in a remonstrance to His Excellency the Lord Fleetwood and councel of officers : being the sense and earnest desires of many thousands honest well-affected persons of the army and people in this nation : with several expedients humbly offered, 1. for the settling and securing of our civil and spiritual rights and freedoms, and the publique peace of the nation, 2. for the speedy raising of moneys to pay the arrears of the army and navy, and future supply of other publique ingagements, as the most probable and visible way and means now under God left to accomplish the same, and preserves us from that inevitable confusion and destruction which hangs over and threatens the three nations. 1659 (1659) Wing G1078; ESTC R7873 7,948 8 View Text
A88191 The additionall plea of Lievt. Col. John Lilburne, prerogative prisoner in the Tower of London, the 28. of October, 1647. Which he sent unto the committee of the House of Commons, where Mr. Iohn Maynard the lawyer hath the chaire, with a letter, which letter thus followeth. Lilburne, John, 1614?-1657. 1647 (1647) Wing L2112A; Thomason E412_11; ESTC R30993 8,129 8 View Text
A88872 A remonstrance humbly presented to the High and Honourable Court of Parliament: touching the insupportable miseries of the poore of the land, especially at this time, and in this great city of London, within the line of communication, and bill of mortality; and the causes thereof. Together with the cure and remedy; and the great care which the princes of other nations, states, countries and cities have taken therein. / By Leonard Lee, Gent. Lee, Leonard. 1645 (1645) Wing L844; Thomason E273_8; ESTC R212173 8,130 20 View Text
A67702 A declaration of the Right Honourable Robert, Earle of Warwick, Lord High Admirall of England, and of all the plantions [sic] belonging to any His Majesties, the King of Englands subjects upon the coasts of America, Governour of the Company of London for the plantation, of the Summer Islands, and of the said company to the colony and plantation there : as the happinesse of a Christian people is ever best advanced, by their constant progresse in the waies of peace and holiness. Warwick, Robert Rich, Earl of, 1587-1658. 1644 (1644) Wing W994; ESTC R212401 8,153 10 View Text
A96313 A true relation of all the proceedings in Ireland, from the end of April last, to this present: sent from Tristram Whetcombe, mayor of Kinsale, to his brother Benjamine Whetcombe, merchant in London. With a certificate under the hand and seal of Sir William Saint-Leger, lord president of Munster. As also the copy of an oath which was found in a trunck in Kilbrittaine Castle neer Kinsale, after the rebels were fled from thence, the first of June, 1642. Presented to the high Court of Parliament, and by them ordered forthwith to be printed. Hen. Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com. Whetcombe, Tristram.; Saintliger, W., Sir (William), d.1642. 1642 (1642) Wing W1640; Thomason E151_9; ESTC R15225 8,265 16 View Text
A95248 A true relation of the passages which happened at the town of Portsmouth at the late siege, which began the 12 day of August last, and was surrendered on the 7th day of September following. 1642. Written by one that was employed in that service. One that was employed in that service. 1642 (1642) Wing T3015; Thomason E118_22; ESTC R212777 8,287 15 View Text
A92067 The speech of that vvorthy knight, Sir Beniamin Rudierd, spoken in Parliament; concerning the placing of good and able divines in parishes miserably destitute of instruction, through want of maintenance. And confirmed by the testimonies of three judicious, and learned men. Rudyerd, Benjamin, Sir, 1572-1658. 1641 (1641) Wing R2199; ESTC R182951 8,503 9 View Text
A11167 Sir Beniamin Ruddierd's speach in behalfe of the cleargy Rudyerd, Benjamin, Sir, 1572-1658. 1628 (1628) STC 21435.7; ESTC S2865 8,752 16 View Text
A11169 Sir Beniamin Rudierd his speech in behalfe of the clergie and of parishes miserably destitute of instruction, through want of maintenance. Confirmed by the testimonies of Bishop Iewel, Master Perkins, and Sir Henry Spelman. Rudyerd, Benjamin, Sir, 1572-1658.; England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons. Proceedings. 1628. 1628 (1628) STC 21436; ESTC S116129 8,912 17 View Text
A57837 The speech of that worthy Knight, Sir Beniamin Rudierd, spoken in Parliament concerning the placing of good and able divines in parishes miserably destitute of instruction, through want of maintenance, and confirmed by the testimonies of three judicious, and learned men. Rudyerd, Benjamin, Sir, 1572-1658. 1641 (1641) Wing R2198; ESTC R12030 9,029 9 View Text
A76407 England in its condition, briefly and most lively characterized, by way of essay VVhereunto are annexed some acrosticke verses, vpon the names of severall members of the honourable House of Commons, and others, (viz.) Sir Tho. Fairfax. ...Iohn Wastell, Esquire. By Iohn Benson, Gent. Benson, John, gent. 1648 (1648) Wing B1904A; ESTC R232486 9,110 30 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
A79761 A solemn acknowledgment of publick sins, and breaches of the Covenant, and a solemn engagement to all the duties contained therein, namely those, which do in a more speciall way relate unto the dangers of these times. With two acts of the Commission of the General Assembly of the sixth of October, for renewing the Solemn League and Covenant. And debarring of persons accessory to the late unlawfull engagement, from renewing the Covenant, receiving the communion, and from exercise of ecclesiastick office, with their advice to Presbyteries for celebrating the communion. Together also with, an Act of the Committee of Estates of the fourteenth of October for renewing the League and Covenant Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Commission.; Scotland. Parliament. 1648 (1648) Wing C4259F; Thomason E473_10; ESTC R205251 9,418 19 View Text
A30834 The blessed effects of true and saving faith with good counsel, vvholsome advice, and also encouragement to all Friends every where, that suffer for truth and righteousness sake / given forth by a servant of the Lord ... John Banckes. Banks, John, 1637-1710. 1684 (1684) Wing B651; ESTC R3552 9,717 12 View Text
A34754 The countrey-minister's reflections on the city-ministers letter to his friend shewing the reasons why we cannot read the King's declaration in our churches. Countrey minister. 1688 (1688) Wing C6561; ESTC R7155 9,928 10 View Text
A06821 Newes from Spaine A relation of the death of Don Rodrigo Calderon, marques of seven churches, &c. Faithfully translated according to the Spanish copy printed at Madrid. By Fernando Manojo. From the court. Manojo de la Corte, Fernando. 1622 (1622) STC 17258; ESTC S105407 10,146 22 View Text
A15677 The vvonders of this windie winter By terrible stormes and tempests, to the losse of liues and goods of many thousands of men, women and children. The like by sea and land, hath not beene seene, nor heard of in this age or the world. 1613 (1613) STC 25949; ESTC S103315 10,277 22 View Text
A56351 The speech or declaration of John Pym, Esq. &c. Pym, John, 1584-1643. 1641 (1641) Wing P4294; ESTC R479151 10,303 16 View Text
A56350 The speech or declaration of John Pym, Esquire after the recapitulation or summing up of the charge of high-treason, against Thomas, Earl of Strafford, 12 April, 1641. Pym, John, 1584-1643. 1641 (1641) Wing P4293; ESTC R16945 10,372 31 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
A60568 The life and death of Mr. William Moore, late fellow of Caius Colledge, and keeper of the University-Library as it was delivered in a sermon preached at his funeral-solemnity, April 24, 1659, in St Maries Church in Cambridge / by Tho. Smith ... Smith, Thomas, 1623 or 4-1661.; Hammond, Henry, 1605-1660. 1660 (1660) Wing S4231A; ESTC R566 10,541 34 View Text
A50436 Inquiries into the general catalogue of diseases shewing the errrors and contradictions of that establishment with a new scheme representing more truly, and essentially, the various diseased state of humane nature / by E.M. Med D. Maynwaringe, Everard, 1628-1699? 1691 (1691) Wing M1496; ESTC R5399 10,560 8 View Text
A90810 A sermon preached before the religious societies in St. Michael's Church Dublin. September the 25th. 1698. / by Thomas Pollard ... Pollard, Thomas. 1698 (1698) Wing P2777; ESTC R181919 10,628 20 View Text
A26109 Astrological predictions of Englands happy success and compleat victory over the French, Dutch, & Dane, this year 1667 the rebuilding and flourishing of the city of London in great glory : the Kings commanding the treasures of his enemies to repair her ruines : with several remarkable prophecies of the same nature. 1667 (1667) Wing A4083; ESTC R9407 10,635 26 View Text
A42940 Gods mercy and justice displayed, in the wicked life and penitential death of Dorothy Lillingstone executed the 7. of April, 1679. at Kennington, for murthering her bastard-childe. Published at her earnest request. With Allowance. 1679 (1679) Wing G960B; ESTC R223686 10,967 23 View Text