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A53729 The oath to be ministred by the Master and Warden of the Apotheca[ri]es unto every apprentice of the said Company Society of Apothecaries, London. 1670 (1670) Wing O80A; ESTC R216902 398 2 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
A92084 The Rump dockt 1660 (1660) Wing R2272; Thomason 669.f.23[8]; ESTC R211495 839 1 View Text
A31773 An act which His Maiesty hath promised his royall word to passe for justifying the proceedings of Parliament in the late war, and for declaring all oathes, declarations, proclamations, and other proceedings against it to be void. England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I); Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649. 1648 (1648) Wing C2077; ESTC R210950 848 1 View Text
A54276 To the King, the humble address of John Pennyman the blessing and peace of God, which passeth all understanding, be with the King for evermore. Pennyman, John, 1628-1706. 1690 (1690) Wing P1423A; ESTC R18298 868 1 View Text
A82487 New port September 23. 1648. Soit baillè aux seigneurs, a ceste bille les seigneurs sont assentuz an act which His Maiesty hath promised his royall word to passe, for justifying the proceedings of Parliament in the late vvar, and for declaring all oathes, declarations, proclamations, and other proceedings against it to be void. Agreed on between His Majesty and the Commissioners, at Newport in the Isle of VVight. England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I); England and Wales. Parliament.; England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I) 1648 (1648) Wing E1160; Thomason 669.f.13[21]; ESTC R210950 878 1 View Text
B06003 The subjects satisfaction being a new song of the proclaiming King William and Queen Mary the 13th. of this instant February, to the great joy and comfort of the whole kingdom : to the tune of, Grim King of the ghosts; or, Hail to the mirtle shades. 1689 (1689) Wing S6106; Interim Tract Supplement Guide C.20.f.8[272]; Interim Tract Supplement Guide C.20.f.8[437] 997 0 View Text
A52901 The new Catholick ballad, to the tune of Chivy-chace 1681 (1681) Wing N593; ESTC R12305 1,019 2 View Text
A56089 The Protestant-flayl an excellent new song : to the tune of Lacy's maggot, or, The hobby-horse. 1682 (1682) Wing P3833; ESTC R8244 1,062 1 View Text
B05863 The saints jubilee, or The fullness of joy to the sweet singers of Sion. 1680 (1680) Wing S361; Interim Tract Supplement Guide C.20.f.4[197]; ESTC R18876 1,067 1 View Text
A39069 An Elegie on the death of that late incomparable poet, Robert Wild, D.D. who departed this life August the 12th, 1679. 1679 (1679) Wing E388; ESTC R36080 1,271 1 View Text
B03466 Good news for England: or, The peoples triumph. Then let's be joyful, and in heart content, to see our King united with the Parliament. Long live Charles the Second. To the tune of, Bodkins galliard. Starkey, A. 1660 (1660) Wing G1052C; ESTC R177521 1,289 1 View Text
B04144 London and England triumphant: At the proclaiming of King Charls the Second, by both the Houses of Parliament, the Judges of the Land: with the Lord Mayor, the Court of Aldermen, and Council of the City, as it was performed with great solemnity, and loud acclamations of joy by the people in general. May the 8th. 1660. To the tune of, I am a jovial batchelor. 1660 (1660) Wing L2889A; ESTC R180109 1,358 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
A84437 The Earle of Essex his loyaltie and love to his King and countrey. VVith his five propositions propounded to his armie, at his late siege at Shrewsbury. Wherein is apparently manifested his faith and love to God and his countrey. Essex, Robert Devereux, Earl of, 1591-1646. 1642 (1642) Wing E74; Thomason E123_17; ESTC R15869 1,492 8 View Text
A94617 To the right honorable the house of peeres now assembled in Parliament The humble petition of the knights, gentlemen, freeholders and other inhabitants of the county of Oxford. England and Wales. Parliament. House of Lords. 1642 (1642) Wing T1635; Thomason 669.f.4[65]; ESTC R210282 1,623 1 View Text
B03641 [An heroical song] on the worthy and valiant exploits of our noble lord general George Duke of Albemarle, &c. both by land and sea. Made in August, 1666. To the tune of St. George. 1667 (1667) Wing H1593; Interim Tract Supplement Guide C.20.f.3[101] 1,674 1 View Text
A00737 Finch his alphabet, or, A godly direction, fit to be perused of each true Christian Finch, Mr. 1635 (1635) STC 10869.5; ESTC S3043 1,688 1 View Text
A30914 A petition presented by Praise-god Barebone &c. to the Parliament of the Common-wealth of England Barbon, Praisegod, 1596?-1679. 1660 (1660) Wing B754; ESTC R24727 1,843 1 View Text
A84307 An Extract of letters, wherein is related, certaine remarkable passages from Yorke & Hull. 1642 (1642) Wing E3909; Thomason E109_31; ESTC R22147 1,867 9 View Text
A95120 True news from Oxford. Being a relation of the magnificent valour of the scholars in number 500. compleatly armed; the more encouraged in respect of the presence of the Lord Lov[e]lace and Lord Wilmot, who for manifold achievements stiled them with the title of heroicke cavaleers. Sent in a letter by a scholar in the university to a brother of his in London. Scholar in the university. 1642 (1642) Wing T2845; Thomason E114_31; ESTC R1978 1,957 7 View Text
A69361 A declaration of the causes mouing the Queenes Maiestie of England, to prepare and send a nauy to the seas, for the defence of her realmes against the King of Spaines forces to bee published by the generals of the saide nauy, to the intent that it shall appeare to the world, that her maiestie armeth her nauy onely to defend her selfe, and to offend her enemies, and not to offend any other, that shall forbeare to strengthen her enemie, but to vse them with all lawfull fauours. England and Wales.; Elizabeth I, Queen of England, 1533-1603.; Essex, Robert Devereux, Earl of, 1566-1601.; Nottingham, Charles Howard, Earl of, ca. 1536-1624. 1596 (1596) STC 9203; ESTC S105513 2,044 6 View Text
A58537 No Parliament but the old, or, A new-years gift for the late interrupted Parliament, now restored to the exercise of their trust ovvned by the Army, expected by the people, and performed by God : wherein is shewed by divers reasons, that the commonwealth can receive at present no good, but much detriment in the fundamental liberties of the nation, and the Good Old Cause, if any other Parliament sit but the late interrupted Parliament. W. R., Doctor in physick. 1659 (1659) Wing R99A; ESTC R10502 2,133 1 View Text
A63957 Civitas militaris, or, A poem on the city royal regiment of horse by John Tutchin. Tutchin, John, 1661?-1707. 1689 (1689) Wing T3371; ESTC R23758 2,260 7 View Text
B03166 The elegy on that reverend presbyter Mr. William Jenkins, who finisht his obstinacy the 19th. of January in the goal of Newgate, where are above fourscore dissenters, of almost as many of the several scattered churches remaining. In a dialogue between despair and comfort: in imitation of a former elegy, in dialogue between faith and sense. Seiz'd and supprest by authority. 1685 (1685) Wing E367; Interim Tract Supplement Guide C.20.f.3[75]; ESTC R27318 2,268 1 View Text
A40424 A new letter from Windsor from a person of quality to his friend and correspondent at London. Freeman, John, fl. 1681. 1681 (1681) Wing F2133; ESTC R9403 2,409 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
A78136 The petition of Mr. Praise-God Barebone, and several others, to the Parliament. Presented on Thursday the 9th of February, 1659. Barbon, Praisegod, 1596?-1679. 1660 (1660) Wing B753; ESTC R230680 2,457 1 View Text
A87201 Irelands complaint of the armies hypocrisie. With his Excellencies entring unconquer'd London in a discourse between two freinds [sic] Donatus and Perigrin. With the slighting of the communicable line. 1647 (1647) Wing I1020; Thomason 669.f.11[85]; ESTC R210655 2,470 1 View Text
A78702 The Kings Majesties declaration for peace, to all his subjects of England, to be published and obeyed throughout the Kingdom, by all judges, justices of the peace, mayors, sheriffs, constables, and all other His Majesties liege people, to the great terrour of those who object against the treaty. Published by authority. Also, the Scots declaration to Lieu. Gen. Crumwel, touching the independent party, and a message to Major Gen. Lambert, and his admission into that Kingdom. With a dangerous fight, and the number killed and wounded. England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I); Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649. 1648 (1648) Wing C2202; Thomason E465_3; ESTC R205180 2,492 8 View Text
A22396 By the King a proclamation to declare that all ships carying corne or other victuals or any munition of warre to or for the King of Spaine or any of his subiects shall be and ought to be esteemed as lawfull prize. England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I); Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649. 1625 (1625) STC 8813; ESTC S122687 2,510 2 View Text
A92678 A particular relation about passages of the Treaty at Breda. Concerning the concessions of the declared King of Scots, to the desires of that kingdom, touching the militia, the Covenant, and of a declaration to satisfie that kingdom. With a message sent from the Prince, to the Prince of Orange, and his advice to his brother in law, about certain passages in the treaty, and of his going into Sweden. Together, with some objections and doubts made by the Presbyterian party of Scotland, in which they desire further satisfaction. T. S. 1650 (1650) Wing S173; Thomason E602_7; ESTC R203467 2,549 8 View Text
A80937 A letter sent from Lieutenant Generall Cromwel to the Marquis of Argyle and Generall Lesley, and his protestation concerning the Scottish forces, under the command of Gen. Monro; and the marching of the English army into that kingdom under the conduct of the said Lieuten. Generall Cromwel, and Colonell Generall Lambert. Also, the resolution of the said Gen. Monro, touching Lieut. Gen. Cromwels entring into Scotland, and a great victory obtained by him; with the number killed and taken prisoners. Likewise, the declaration of the said Lieut. Generall Cromwell, to his army, and his directions to every colonell, concerning their proceedings against Monro. Commanded to be published throughout the army, by every captain of each respective troop or company. Signed, O. Crumwell. Cromwell, Oliver, 1599-1658. 1648 (1648) Wing C7106; Thomason E465_7; ESTC R31336 2,771 8 View Text
A11888 The exhortatioun of the lordis Sempill, Robert, 1530?-1595. 1571 (1571) STC 22194.5; ESTC S3176 3,011 1 View Text
A39422 The Earle of Strafford characterized, in a letter sent to a friend in the countrey, 1641 1641 (1641) Wing E82; ESTC R24941 3,048 9 View Text
A87849 A copie of a letter sent by Mr. Speaker, to all the corporations in England. And the like also to all the justices of peace, in the severall counties of England: drawn out by order of the House of Commons. Also, a worthie, learned, and religious speech; delivered by the Earl of Cork, to the Protestant lords, knights, and gentlemen of Irelaud [sic], at a generall assembly holden at Cork, Ian. 20. 1641. Wherein is expressed, the generall calamitie of that kingdome, with his encouragement and desire unto the said assembly, to provide present relief and succour for the distressed and afflicted Protestants. England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons.; Lenthall, William, 1591-1662.; Burlington, Richard Boyle, Earl of, 1612-1698. 1642 (1642) Wing L1069; Thomason E133_2; ESTC R212754 3,140 9 View Text
A82893 A message from both houses of Parliament vnto His Majestie, concerning the prince, his son. With the answer of His Majestie thereunto. : Together with His Majesties answer to the desire of both houses concerning the militia. England and Wales. Parliament.; Browne, John, ca. 1608-1691.; England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I) 1642 (1642) Wing E1655; ESTC R171991 3,164 9 View Text
A82892 A message from both Houses of Parliament unto His Majestie, concerning the prince, his son. With the ansvver of His Majestie thereunto. Together with His Majesties answer to the desire of both Houses concerning the militia. England and Wales. Parliament.; England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I). 1642 (1642) Wing E1654; Thomason E136_3; ESTC R19848 3,193 15 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
A31165 The Case of the King and Queen Dowager, by their atturnies the Lord Privy Seal, the Earl of Chesterfield, the Lord Chief Baron Mountague the King and Queen Dowagers surviving trustes Thomas Eyre Esq. and George Shaw gent. respondents to the petition of Thomas Eyre, William Ing, Henry Balgay Esquires and other appealants 1684 (1684) Wing C1098; ESTC R7683 3,586 1 View Text
A28816 The propositions of their excellencies the ambassadovrs of the high and mighty states generall of the united provinces in the Netherlands delivered by them, by word of mouth, in both Houses of the Parliament of England, the 22/12 of July, 1644 / translation in English, delivered to both Houses was subscribed W. Borell, Iohn Reede de Renswoude, Alb. Ioachimi. United Provinces of the Netherlands. Staten Generaal.; Joachimi, Albert, 1560-1654.; Reede van Renswoude, Johan, baron van, 1593-1682.; Boreel, Willem, baron van Vreendijke, 1591-1668. 1644 (1644) Wing B3752; ESTC R287 3,663 15 View Text
A81681 Strange news from Scotland and their young King his dream concerning England: with the appearing of a wonderful vision to him in the night, and what happened thereupon: together, with his speech to the lords of his privie councel; and a dreadful prophesie of Mr. Douglas a Scotchman, written by his own hand, and sent to their young King, full of wonder and admiration; wherein he fortells the great things that shall befall his person, this present year 1651. With a great battel to be fought on the 5. of May next, between the English and the Scots, the event and success thereof. 20. Lords to be beheaded, and 20000 horse and foot totally vanquished and subdued, and what shall happen upon the obtaining this great victory. / Signed by James Douglas, the author of the these prophetical observations, and licensed according to order. Douglas, James, fl. 1651. 1651 (1651) Wing D2024; Thomason E623_15; ESTC R206400 3,736 9 View Text
A81680 A strange and wonderful prophesie of Mr. Douglas a Scotchman; written by his own hand, and sent to their young King, full of wonder and admiration: wherein he foretels the great things that shall befall his person, this present yea[r] [1]651. VVith a great battel to be fought on the 15. of May next, between the English and the Scots, the event and success thereof 20. Lords to b[e] beheaded, and 20000 horse and foot totally vanquished and subdued, and what [shall] happen upon the obtaining this great victory. Also the S[c]ots Kings dream, the same night, after he was crowned, concerning England, Scotland, and Ireland, and by himself interpreted, and delivered to the Lord of his privie councel; VVith the strange apparation that appeared to him in the said dream, and the Lord Ogleby his speech touching the same. Signed by James Douglas, the authour of these prophetical observations, and licensed according to order. Queensberry, James Douglas, Duke of, 1662-1711. 1651 (1651) Wing D2023; Thomason E622_6; ESTC R206431 3,756 8 View Text
A54001 Tvvo speeches made in the House of Peeres, on Munday the 19th. of December, for, and against accomodation. The one by the Earl of Pembroke, the other by the Lord Brooke. The latter printed by the desire of the House of Commons Clarendon, Edward Hyde, Earl of, 1609-1674.; Brooke, Robert Greville, Baron, 1607-1643, attributed name.; Pembroke, Philip Herbert, Earl of, 1584-1650, attributed name.; England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons. Proceedings. 1643-12-19. aut 1643 (1643) Wing P1125A; ESTC R218264 3,837 8 View Text
A87697 A solemne and seasonable warning to all estates and degrees of persons throughout the land for holding fast the League and Covenant with England, and avoiding every thing that may prove a snare and tentation to the breach thereof: / by the Commissioners of the Generall Assemblie. Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Commission.; Ker, A. 1646 (1646) Wing K336; Thomason E419_34; ESTC R15383 4,070 8 View Text
A87698 By the Commissioners of the General Assembly of Scotland: a solemne and seasonable vvarning to all estates and degrees of persons throughout the land: for holding fast the League and Covenant with England, and avoiding every thing that may prove a snare and tentation to the breach thereof. Published according to order.; Good counsell come from Scotland Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Commission.; Ker, A. 1647 (1647) Wing K336A; Thomason E370_6; ESTC R201285 4,116 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
A79845 A seasonable word to the Parliament-men, to take with them when they go into the House: wherein is shewed, the first part of their present work, and what is expected from them, to satisfie their true and real friends. Likewise a vvatchword, how they prefer not again such persons to places of trust who have lately betrayed the priviledges of Parliaments, and the just rights of the people, into the hands of a single person. By John Canne. Canne, John, d. 1667? 1659 (1659) Wing C442; Thomason E983_1; ESTC R207713 4,331 8 View Text
A91020 Prince Charles proclaimed King, and landed in Jersey with the Duke of York, and a list of the Lords, Knights and gentlemen of quallity arrived there with His Hignes, and His design touching the west of England. Also His entertainment by the Lord Jermane who is made governour of the Island, with the Lord Hopton and 300. other persons of note, that were convoyed by a statesmen of warre with the Duke of Yorks declaration touching his brother the declared King. And his Highnesses message to the King of France, and a present of one hundred thousand crownes sent him by the Cardinall. 1649 (1649) Wing P3483; Thomason E573_21; ESTC R206264 4,528 8 View Text
B05952 A supplement and addition unto a printed paper, bearing date July 25. 1692. And thus superscribed, To Our Sovereign Lord, King James the II. Rightful King of Great Brittain, and Ireland, wheresoever he now inhabits in the parts beyond the seas. / Richard Stafford, a scribe instructed in the law of God, desireth a speedy, safe, and peaceable coming into England. Stafford, Richard, 1663-1703. 1695 (1695) Wing S5139; ESTC R184563 4,539 4 View Text
A90676 The picture of the good old cause drawn to life in the effigies of Master Prais-God Barebone. With several examples of Gods Judgements on some eminent engagers against kingly government. 1660 (1660) Wing P2157; Thomason 669.f.25[57]; ESTC R212482 4,637 1 View Text
A38114 Returne from the Parliament of England, to the Commissioners of the Generall Assembly of the Church of Scotland England and Wales. Parliament.; Church of Scotland. General Assembly. 1642 (1642) Wing E2280; ESTC R16511 4,700 16 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
A79733 Good counsell come from Scotland: or, A solemn and seasonable vvarning to all estates and degrees of persons throughout the land for holding fast the League & Covenant with England, and avoyding every thing that may prove a snare and tentation to the breach thereof: by the Commissioners of the Generall Assembly. Edinb. 19. Decemb. 1646. The Commission of the General Assembly ordains this warning to be forthwith printed, and that thereafter it be sent to Presbyteries; requiring them, immediately after the receipt thereof, to cause every minister of their number read the same distinctly, and explain it to their people upon a Sabbath day in their severall kirks, and that they report accompt of their diligence with the first conveniencie: appointing in the mean time, that to morrow the same be read in all the kirks of this city. A. Ker. Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Commission.; Ker, A. 1646 (1646) Wing C4227A; Thomason E370_9; ESTC R201288 5,000 10 View Text
B00402 The copie of a letter written from Master C.S. neere Salisbury, to Master H.A. at London, concerning the proceeding at VVinchester; vvhere the late L. Cobham, L. Gray, and Sir Griffin Marckham, all attainted of hie trason, were ready to be executed on Friday the 9. of December 1603: at which time his Maiesties warrant all written with his owne hand, whereof the true copy is here annexed, was deliuered to Sir Beniamin Tichbourne high sheriffe of Hampshire, commanding him to suspend their execution till further order. T. M.; James I, King of England, 1566-1625. True copie of his Maiesties warrant ... for stay of the execution of the late L. Cobham, L. Gray, and Sir Griffin Marckham ... 1603 (1603) STC 17151A; ESTC S121181 5,047 19 View Text
A84013 The English devil: or, Cromwel and his monstrous witch discover'd at White-Hall: With the strange and damnable speech of this hellish monster, by way of revelation, touching king and kingdom; and a narrative of the infernal plots, inhumane actings, and barbarous conspiracies of this grand impostor, and most audacious rebel, that durst aspire from a brew-house to the throne, washing his accursed hands in the blood of his royal soveraign; and trampling over the heads of the most loyal subjects, making a foot-ball of a crown, and endeavouring utterly to extirpate the royal progeny, root and kinde, stem and stock. 1660 (1660) Wing E3083; Thomason E1035_3; ESTC R209060 5,163 8 View Text
A81616 The information of Thomas Dangerfield, gent. Delivered at the bar of the House of Commons, Tuesday the twenty sixth day of October, in the year of Our Lord 1680. / Perused and signed to be printed, according to the order of the House of Commons, by me William Williams, speaker. Dangerfield, Thomas, 1650?-1685.; Williams, William, Sir, 1634-1700.; England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons. 1680 (1680) Wing D188A; ESTC R226002 5,165 14 View Text
A94843 The tryal of John Foster, for stealing a mag pye. Foster, John, fl. 1693, defendant. 1693 (1693) Wing T2191; ESTC R226755 5,222 4 View Text
A36304 The information of Thomas Dangerfield, Gent. delivered at the bar of the Hovse of Commons, Tuesday the twentieth day of October in the year of Our Lord 1680 / perused and signed to be printed according to the order of the House of Commons by me William Williams ... Dangerfield, Thomas, 1650?-1685.; Williams, William, Sir, 1634-1700.; England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons. 1680 (1680) Wing D187; ESTC R6224 5,335 15 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
A70940 A visitation of tender love (once more) from the Lord unto Charles the II, King of England, Scotland and Ireland Rigge, Ambrose, 1635?-1705.; Coale, Josiah, 1632?-1668. 1662 (1662) Wing R1500; ESTC R22052 5,785 9 View Text
A83971 Englands losse and lamentation, occasioned by the death of that Right Honourable, Robert Lord Brooke, Baron of Beauchamp-court, who was slaine at Lichfield the second day of March. 1642. Amplified, by some mournfull funerall expressions, from the authors feeling sense of so unvaluable a losse; complaining of the kingdomes stupidity, to awake a people slumbering in security, insensible of their insuing misery. Concluding with some consolations to his friends, and terror to his enemies popishly affected, and all malignants. By a loyall subject to the King, and a lover of the late Lord Brookes, and all his wel-wishers. Loyal subject to the King and a lover of the late Lord Brookes and all his wel-wishers.; Quarles, Francis, 1592-1644, attributed name. 1643 (1643) Wing E2992; Thomason E92_18; ESTC R5991 5,823 8 View Text
A09179 The vale mans table Payne, Robert, fl. 1589. 1583 (1583) STC 19491.5; ESTC S4409 5,871 1 View Text
A40997 A Second beacon fired humbly presented to the Lord Protector and the Parliament by the publishers of the first : with their humble petition, that they would do what may be expected from Christian magistrates, in suppressing blasphemous books. Fawne, Luke, d. 1666. 1654 (1654) Wing F565; ESTC R389 6,006 15 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
A51686 Corpus sine capite visibili, an ænigmaticall emblem, or, a modell of these distemper'd times being an apparent body, well proportioned, upright and streight, but yet without any visible head, in this our most unhappy mereridian [sic] of London, lately conceived in a dreame or slumber, and now delineated, penned and produced, to the open view of the world / by I.M., Student of Exon. in Oxon. I. M., Student of Exon. in Oxon. 1642 (1642) Wing M31A; ESTC R5813 6,211 16 View Text
A30550 To the Parliament of the common-wealth of England who are in place of authority to do justice, and in present power to ease the oppressed nation from its bonds : councel and advice unto you / from a friend that seeks after truth and righteousness from you ... Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. 1659 (1659) Wing B6039; ESTC R36304 6,296 8 View Text
A16750 The hate of treason vvith a touch of the late treason / by N.B. Breton, Nicholas, 1545?-1626? 1616 (1616) STC 3658; ESTC S1520 6,369 24 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
A50581 Memoirs of the most remarkable enterprises and actions of James Duke of York, Albany, and Ulster 1681 (1681) Wing M1672; ESTC R903 7,284 16 View Text
A70295 The humble petition and representation of the sufferings of several peaceable, and innocent subjects, called by the name of Anabaptists, inhabitants in the county of Kent, and now prisoners in the goal of Maidstone, for the testimony of a good conscience. Together with their free and faithful acknowledgement of the King's authority and dignity in civil things, over all manner of persons, ecclesiastical and civil, within His Majesties dominions. With their reasons, meriting the King's protection in their civil and spiritual rights, equal with other His Majesties obedient subjects. Humbly offered to the King's Majesty, and the consideration of our fellow brethren and subjects. Well worthy general observation. Jeffery, William, 1616-1693. 1661 (1661) Wing H3444; ESTC R214927 7,358 20 View Text
B22907 Engins invented to save much blood and moneyes, in these times of vvarre, and to doe extraordinary good service with the approbation of the Honourable Major Generall Skippon and five of the committee for the fortifications of the city of London / by Edmond Felton ... Felton, Edmond. 1644 (1644) Wing F660 7,491 8 View Text
A75610 The arraignment of the Anabaptists good old cause, vvith the manner and proceedings of the court of iustice against him. Also the names of the jury and witnesses that came in against him, with the sentence of death pronounced by the judge before his execution,. 1660 (1660) Wing A3752; Thomason E1017_32; ESTC R208078 7,934 16 View Text
A84218 An exact relation of the tryall & examination of John Morris, governour of Pontefract-Castle, at the assizes held at York: together with his speeches, prayers, and other passages immediately before his death, the 23. of Aug. 1649. Whereunto is added, the speech of Cornet Blackburne, executed at the same time. Morris, John, 1617?-1649.; Blackborne, Michael, d. 1649. 1649 (1649) Wing E3699; Thomason E572_27; ESTC R201952 8,072 11 View Text
A38418 Englands present case stated ... partly occasioned by the late proclamation for the convening of a Parliament ... wherein the arbitrary unparallel'd proceedings of the army and their adherents, since 1641 to this time, their dissolving of all Parliament powers and governments to perpetuate themselves are discussed and discovered ... : as also a declaration to live and die with the generals by authority of Parliament and the city of London in defence of the Parliament, laws, city and nations ... 1659 (1659) Wing E3018; ESTC R21515 8,218 18 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
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
A72935 Articles, of a treatie of truce. Made and concluded in the towne and citie of Antvverp, the 9. of April 1609. betweene the commissioners of the most excellent Princes, Arch-dukes Albert and Isabella Clara Eugenia, as well in the name of the Catholicke Kings Maiestie, as in their owne. Together with the commissioners and deputies of the renowmed Lords, the Estates Generall of the Vnited Prouinces of the Low-countryes and that through the mediation and with the aduice of the Lords Ambassadors of the most Christian Kings, and of Great Britaine. At the Haghe by Hillebrant Iacobz, printer ordinarie to the Lords of the States Generall of the Vnited Prouinces of the Low-countreyes.; Treaties, etc. United Provinces of the Netherlands. Staten Generaal, 1609 Apr. 9 Netherlands. Sovereign (1598-1621 : Albert and Isabella).; United Provinces of the Netherlands. Staten Generaal. Treaties, etc. Netherlands. Sovereign (1598-1621 : Albert and Isabella), 1609 Apr. 9. 1609 (1609) STC 18455.7; ESTC S113147 8,513 24 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
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
A44829 England's lamentation, or Her sad estate lamented as also a call to the heads and rulers, and all sorts to repentance, and shewing them the cause why so many disasters, and the judgements of God which are in the earth, and also a way how to remove the same, with an answer to some objections. Through the servant of the Lord, S.H. Hubbersty, Stephen, 1632?-1711. 1665 (1665) Wing H3213; ESTC R215979 8,829 14 View Text
A18020 Time complaining, giueth a most godly admonition, and very profitable instruction to England in this our dangerous tyme Whereunto is added a comfortable prayer to be vsed in this tyme. By Iohn Carpenter. Carpenter, John, d. 1621. 1588 (1588) STC 4668; ESTC S104893 8,884 32 View Text
A16116 A compendious olde treatyse, shewynge howe that we oughte to haue ye scripture in Englysshe Ullerston, Richard, d. 1423.; Purvey, John, 1353?-1428?, attributed name.; Barlow, Jerome, fl. 1527.; Tyndale, William, d. 1536.; Roy, William, fl. 1527-1531. 1530 (1530) STC 3021; ESTC S104619 9,417 18 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
A78503 A certificate from Northampton-shire. 1. Of the pluralities. 2. Defect of maintenance. 3. Of not preaching. 4. Of scandalous ministers. As there is an order lately printed and published concerning ministers, by a committee of the high court of Parliament. Wherein every ingenuous person is desired to be very active to improve the present opportunitie, by giuing true information of all the parishes in their severall counties. 1641 (1641) Wing C1766; Thomason E163_13; ESTC R5755 9,545 23 View Text
A47055 Christvs dei, or, A theologicall discourse wherein is proved that regall or monarchicall power is not of humane but of divine right and that God is the sole efficient cause thereof and not the people : also, that every monarch is above the whole common-wealth and is not onely major singislis, but major vniversis : written in answer to a late printed pamphlet intituled Observations upon some of His Majesties late answers and expresses. Jones, John, d. 1660.; Morton, Thomas, 1564-1659 Supposed author. 1642 (1642) Wing J961; ESTC R14104 9,563 20 View Text
A60342 A new haven at Sandwich for the honour, advantage, and safety of England faithfully discovered in a letter to the right honourable the Earle of Clarenden Lord High Chancellour of England. By J. S. Slater, John, fl. 1663. 1663 (1663) Wing S3959A; ESTC R220062 9,607 20 View Text
A61989 The Sur-rejoinder of Mr. Attorney General to the rejoinder made on the behalf of the charter of the city of London England and Wales. Attorney-General (1681-1687 : Sawyer); Sawyer, Robert, Sir, 1633-1692. 1682 (1682) Wing S6195; ESTC R769 9,668 22 View Text
A84007 Englands troublers troubled, or the just resolutions of the plaine-men of England, against the rich and mightie: by whose pride treachery and wilfulnes, they are brought into extream necessity and misery. 1648 (1648) Wing E3067; Thomason E459_11; ESTC R201939 9,703 17 View Text
A23647 Insulae fortunatae A discourse shewing the happiness of these nations under our present governours & government, or, How they may be happy if they will themselves : delivered for substance in a sermon on a late solemn day appointed by authority for imploring the blessing of God upon his Majesty and the present Parliament / by R.A., pastor of the church at Henfield. R. A. (Richard Allen) 1675 (1675) Wing A1044; ESTC R5033 9,715 26 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
A64379 A sermon preached at the funeral of Her late Majesty Queen Mary of ever blessed memory in the abbey-church in Westminster upon March 5, 1694/5 by His Grace Thomas Lord Archibishop of Canterbury. Tenison, Thomas, 1636-1715. 1695 (1695) Wing T722; ESTC R6633 10,042 16 View Text
A84497 The Earle of Pembroke's speech in the House of Peeres upon debate of the citie's petition for a personall treaty, to be had with His Majesty in London. And also upon debate of those reasons given by their Lordships unto the Commons, for not sending the three propositions before a treaty. 1648 (1648) Wing E79aA; Thomason E453_30; ESTC R204953 10,369 16 View Text
A46742 A sermon preached at the assizes held in Warwick, March the nineteenth 1682/3 by Samuel Jemmat ... Jemmat, Samuel. 1683 (1683) Wing J550; ESTC R34479 10,599 38 View Text
A01154 A discourse of all such fights, skirmishes, exploites, and other politike attempts which haue happened in France since the ariuall of the Duke of Parma, and the ioyning of his forces with the enemies Wherein is most truelie declared the good successe of the Kings Maiestie, and the manner of the entrenching of the said Duke with all his forces in a moore, neere vnto the castle of Brou. Trulie translated, and published according to the originall sent by the French King to his embassador heere in England.; Sommaire discours au vray de ce qui est advenu en l'armée du Roy Tres-Chrestien depuis que le duc de Parme s'est ioint a celle des ennemis. English. 1590 (1590) STC 11268; ESTC S112654 10,622 20 View Text
A87801 A sermon preach'd at All-Hallows in New Castle upon Tyne, on the 22d. of September, 1695. Being the day of Thanksgiving to almighty God for the taking the town and castle of Namur, and for protecting his Majesty's sacred person. By Tho. Knaggs, M. A. and chaplain to the right honourable Ford, Earl of Tankerville Knaggs, Thomas, 1660 or 1-1724. 1695 (1695) Wing K663E; ESTC R230365 10,868 45 View Text
A07728 A lamentation in vvhiche is shevved what ruyne and destruction cometh of seditious rebellyon Morison, Richard, Sir, d. 1556.; Cheke, John, Sir, 1514-1557, attributed name. 1536 (1536) STC 18113.3; ESTC S109322 10,957 24 View Text