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A75321 The ancient testimony and principle of the people called Quakers renewed with respect to the king and government, and touching the present association. London Yearly Meeting (Society of Friends) 1696 (1696) Wing A3073; ESTC R200353 792 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
A18682 The Ioyfull peace concluded betweene the King of Denmarke and the King of Sweden by the meanes of our most worthy soueraigne, Iames, by the grace of God, King of Great Brittaine, France, and Ireland, &c. to the tune of Who list to lead a soldiers life. 1613 (1613) STC 5193; ESTC S1859 1,330 2 View Text
A86051 Mr. Glyn, his speech in Parliament, vpon the reading of the accusation of the House of Commons against Mr. Herbert the Kings attorney, for advising and drawing the accusation of high treason against the six worthy members of the House of Commons. February 19. An. Dom. 1641 Glynne, John, Sir, 1603-1666. 1642 (1642) Wing G894; Thomason E200_31; ESTC R12994 1,581 7 View Text
A22386 By the King a proclamation for the adiournament [sic] of part of Michaelmas tearme. England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I); Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649. 1625 (1625) STC 8800; ESTC S3528 1,758 1 View Text
A22385 By the King, a proclamation for the adjournement of part of Michaelmas terme England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I); Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649. 1625 (1625) STC 8800.3; ESTC S4625 1,764 1 View Text
A52833 Extract of the States General their resolution Thursday, 28th October, 1688. United Provinces of the Netherlands. Staten Generaal. 1688 (1688) Wing N482; ESTC R33607 1,774 1 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
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
A39340 The Bishops downefall, or, The prelats snare briefly discovering them to have been the sole authours of all our miseries both in church and state, the fomenters of all the ielousies betwixt the King and his sujects [sic] : and the supposed evill counsellours who have brought this heavy accusation upon those worthy members of the House of Commons : a poeme, humbly dedicated to this honourable city, which by sad experience have found the same to be true : whereunto is added a hearty exhortation to all good Christians to joyne in prayer, that God would be pleased to heale all the breaches, these enemies of our church have made and to restore a happy union betwixt the King and his people / by E. E. gentleman. Elys, Edmund, ca. 1634-ca. 1707. 1642 (1642) Wing E664; ESTC R2866 2,192 8 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
A87300 The Great Turkes letter, sent vnto the Prince of Transilvania. Containing many impious, and unheard of blasphemies, against our saviour Christ, and fearefull threatnings against all Christendome. Translated out of the French copy printed at Paris. And re-printed here according to order. İbrahim, Sultan of the Turks, 1615-1648. 1645 (1645) Wing I30; Thomason E296_3; ESTC R200200 2,315 9 View Text
A38646 The Earl of Essex his speech, at the delivering the following petition to His Most Sacred Majesty, Jan. 25, 80 [i.e. 1681] Essex, Arthur Capel, Earl of, 1631-1683. 1681 (1681) Wing E3304; ESTC R31446 2,387 2 View Text
A91066 The proper and most effectual cure of Popery, both real and mistaken, in the nation 1705 (1705) Wing P3666A; ESTC N40249 2,514 4 View Text
A38402 Englands ioy and sorrovv expressing their sorrow for the Kings going into Scotland, and their ioy for the Queene Mothers farewell. 1641 (1641) Wing E2986; ESTC R20551 2,545 10 View Text
A95469 Two petitions of the Lord Major, aldermen, and Common-Councell of the City of London: concerning Major Generall Skippon. With the Parliaments answer thereunto. Also, the declaration of the Committee of Estates of the Parliament of Scotland, or the five reasons of their armies comming into England. And the last newes from the Prince of Wales, and the Duke of York. City of London (England). Court of Common Council.; England and Wales. Parliament.; Scotland. Parliament. 1648 (1648) Wing T3514; Thomason E453_45; ESTC R203915 2,630 7 View Text
A44208 Densell Hollis Esquire, his worthy and learned speech in Parliament on Thnrfeday [sic] the thirtieth of December 1641 vpon the reading of the petition and protestation of the twelve bishoppes, for which they were accused of high treason, and committed to the Tower : wherein is discovered the danger of this protestation, that it is both against the King and his royall prerogatives, the priviledges of Parliaments, the liberties of the subject, and the subvertion of the fundamental lawes of this kingdome. Holles, Denzil Holles, Baron, 1599-1680. 1641 (1641) Wing H2482; ESTC R5542 2,702 10 View Text
A60709 Sober and seasonable queries humbly offered to all good Protestants in England in order to a choice of the new Parliament 1679 (1679) Wing S4402; ESTC R13345 2,958 5 View Text
A67554 The Animadversions and remarks upon Collonel Sydney's paper answered Ward, S. 1684 (1684) Wing W808A; ESTC R15166 2,978 2 View Text
A82666 A declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, concerning the tryall of the King; and the bill of attainder and charge against him, in the name of Charles Stuart, impeaching him of high treason, for breach of covenant with his people. And a list of the names of the judges, lords, commons, colonels, officers of the Army, and aldermen of the city of London, who are appointed as commissioners to try his Majesty, and to give sentence against him at VVestminster; vvith the time of his comming to tryall, and a message to the kingdom, touching the same. Also, the further and finall resolution of the Army, touching the person of the King, their resolution touching the government of this kingdom, their summons to the Prince of VVales, and the Duke of York; and a declaration concerning the Duke of Gloucester. England and Wales. Parliament. 1649 (1649) Wing E1401; Thomason E536_36; ESTC R205345 3,155 8 View Text
A74813 His Majesties declaration concerning the charge of the Army; and his resolution to die like a martyr, rather then to answer to any impeachment or articles, in relation to his tryall, by the lawes of the land, as an ordinary subject. And his declaration and proposals to the Governour of Winsor Castle concerning Major Gen. Brown, and his present restraint under the power of the sword, with his predictions thereupon, touching what shall befall the Army. Also, the declaration and proposals of Col: Harrison to the King, and his protestation, to oppose all persons whatsoever, that shall offer any private violence to His Majesties royall person. Dated from Windsor Castle, the 1 of January 1648. Willis, John, d. 1625. 1649 (1649) Wing W2811; Thomason E536_25; ESTC R205343 3,205 8 View Text
A86851 The speech and confession of Capt. Brown-Bushel, at the place of execution on Saturday last, under the scaffold on Tower-Hill: with the manner of his deportment, and his coming from the Tower in a scarlet cloak; as also his prayer, and desires to the people. Together with the manner of his tryall; and the articles and charge exbibited [sic] against him. / Written by G.H. an eye-witnesse. Bushell, Brown, d. 1651.; G. H. 1651 (1651) Wing H36; Thomason E626_14; ESTC R202481 3,385 8 View Text
A87133 A letter unto Mr. Stubs in answer to his Oceana weighed, &c. Harrington, James, 1611-1677. 1660 (1660) Wing H814A; Thomason E1017_13; ESTC R202813 3,401 7 View Text
A94078 A plot discovered, in which, divers cavaliers of Scotland should have surprised Barwick. Also how the Marquesse of Arguile, the Earle of Crawford Linsey, Earl of Lanerick, and Major Innis, met in the field upon a challenge to fight, and the proceedings of the Parliament therein. With five propositions concerning the King, the amity of the kingdomes, reformation in religion, and the keeping of the Covenant. Agreed on by the Generall Assembly of the Kirk, and presented to the Parliament of Scotland, March I. 1647. And published for the members of that church and kingdome, and brethren of the ministery. Stuart, George.; Ker, A. 1648 (1648) Wing S6027; Thomason E433_9; ESTC R206191 3,411 8 View Text
A92495 A letter to a noble peer of the realm, about his late speech and petition to His Majesty L. S. 1681 (1681) Wing S110; ESTC R229959 3,413 4 View Text
A58855 A speech made by Sir William Scrogg, one of His Majesties Sergeants at Law, to the Right Honourable the Lord High Chancellor of England, at his admission to the place of one of His Majesties Justices of the Court of Common-Pleas Scroggs, William, Sir, 1623?-1683. 1676 (1676) Wing S2124; ESTC R10261 3,598 8 View Text
A86204 The Queens Majesties message and declaration to the Right Honourable the Peers of England, assembled in Parliament; concerning the Kings Majesty, and the army; presented by another embassadour from France the 9 of this instant. MDCXLIX. And the declaration of the House of Peeres concerning the King; with the proceedings of the Commons, and what government shall be established, a new Broad Seal to be erected, which is to have ingraven on the one side, the House of Commons; on the other, the arms of England & Ireland. With severall new proposals from the citizens of London, to the Common councell, concerning the tryal of the King. A declaration of the General Councel of the army, concerning Mr. Wil: Pryn, and the rest of the secluded members; and his excellencies declaration concerning the King, and all those who have assisted him. Subscribed, T. Fairfax. Published by authority. Henrietta Maria, Queen, consort of Charles I, King of England, 1609-1669. 1649 (1649) Wing H1462; Thomason E538_7; ESTC R206022 3,631 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
A77304 The royal standard of King Charles the II. presented to the publick view of all true subiects, Presbyterians, independants, and others, both in the City of London, and the respective counties throughout the kingdom of England, and dominion of Wales. Written by the Lady Charlette, Countess of Bregy, that oracle of wit and eloquence, and most illustrious ornament of the Court of France. And now translated into English, for the pleasure and satisfaction of all his Majesties subjects that understand not French. Brégy, Charlotte Saumaise de Chazan, comtesse de, 1619-1693. 1660 (1660) Wing B4342; Thomason E1048_5; ESTC R208111 3,797 8 View Text
A81097 Q.F.Q.Q.S. A new fiction, as wee were A.I.M.E.I.M.I.D.2.F.4. The scene at Whtie-Hall. Antetruhand (in imagination) by some of Powle Fernlists under St. Tichburn-Crosse, in a way of prognostication. A.R.D.N.R.C.2.12.M.H.4.D.I.P.M. H.I.M. Circ. 59. Anno libertatis christianæ, 1626. Stylo novo. Personæ. Protestation. Common-Prayer, Allegiance. Sr. Solemn League and Covenant. Engagement. Instrument. Constables, Beadles, &c. Chorus of By-Standers. Croxton, James. 1662 (1662) Wing C7414; Thomason E1088_3; ESTC R208555 3,901 8 View Text
A79222 Prince Charles his gracious resolution concerning the present affaires of this Kingdome, presented to His Sacred Maiesty by Doctor Duppa, Bishop of Salisbury, in a speech delivered in the Princes behalfe, for a sudden accomodation of peace between His Majesty, and his high court of Parliament. As also, His Highnesse humble request to His Maiesty, in behalfe of sundry commanders taken prisoners by the Kings army. Duppa, Brian, 1588-1662. 1642 (1642) Wing C3041; Thomason E83_31; ESTC R4331 3,967 9 View Text
A39334 Admonition to Doctor Burges, and to those who either compos'd or caused to be re-printed, that seditious pamphlet, entituled, The common-prayer-book unmasked and to all others, who endeavour to maintain that factious opinion, that the use of the liturgie of the Church of England, is sinfull / Edmund Elis ... Elys, Edmund, ca. 1634-ca. 1707. 1661 (1661) Wing E657; ESTC R41113 4,138 8 View Text
A51119 The Spanish Otes, or, The unparallel'd imposture of Michael de Molina, executed at Madrid in the year 1641 faithfully translated out of Spanish.; Tratado de falsedades. English Quiñones de Benavente, Juan de, 1600-1650.; Molina, Miguel de, d. 1641. 1685 (1685) Wing M2386; ESTC R1132 4,278 7 View Text
A57797 The Royal remembrancer, or, A Healing letter with arguments and reasons, to the Presbyterians and nonconformists : seasonably offered, from divers learned and conforming persons, to the view of Mr. Calamy, Mr. Jenkins, and others. Calamy, Edmund, 1600-1666. 1663 (1663) Wing R2150; ESTC R34009 4,460 10 View Text
B14974 Corante, or weekely newes, from Italy, Germany, Hungary, Poland, Bohemia, France, and the Low Countreys 1621 (1621) STC 18507.32; ESTC S119550 4,567 2 View Text
A91491 Part of a treatise vvritten by a Scotch gentleman, in the year 1645. Truly declaring (notwithstanding the lyings of wicked men) how graciously his Majesty hath governed the kingdoms of England Scotland and Ireland. Scotch Gentleman. 1648 (1648) Wing P578; Thomason E467_30; ESTC R205296 4,616 8 View Text
B01462 Aron's rod: or a scourge for the malicious slanderers of the tribe of Levi 1690 (1690) Wing A44; ESTC R204296 4,803 4 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
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
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
A80700 A proclamation, to all, of all sorts, high and low, rich and poore, wherein is proclaimed the law-royall, which is in keeping thereof is true liberty given forth by force and power for every one to observe, upon pain of death. Covel, William. 1654 (1654) Wing C6613; Thomason 669.f.19[29]; ESTC R212128; ESTC R212325 5,616 1 View Text
A45901 The innocent cause of the people called Quakers in the north of Scotland, who are under great sufferings, laid open and presented to the King and his council in Scotland, and to all inferiour magistrates, judges, and rulers, who have a hand in our present sufferings. 1677 (1677) Wing I205; ESTC R215418 5,624 1 View Text
A87136 Pour enclouer le canon. Harrington, James, 1611-1677. 1659 (1659) Wing H819; Thomason E980_6; ESTC R202587 5,783 8 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
A91627 A remonstrance of the remedies of the present dangers, from the commissioners of the Kirk in Scotland, to the Convention of Estates, Iuly 6. 1643. Together, with the answer of the Convention of Estates, to the remonstrance and desires of the commissioners of the Generall Assemblie. July 15, 1643. Imprimatur John White. Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Commission.; Scotland. Convention of Estates. aut 1643 (1643) Wing R1012; Thomason E60_13; ESTC R22709 5,836 8 View Text
A45619 Political discourses tending to the introduction of a free and equal commonwealth in England / by James Harrington, Esq. Harrington, James, 1611-1677. 1660 (1660) Wing H818; ESTC R689 5,862 10 View Text
A96323 A vvhisper in the eare. Or A discourse between the Kings Maiesty, and the high court of Parliament. Concerning a pacification, and conditions of peace. / By a scholler of Oxford, and a Citizen of London. Scholler of Oxford.; Citizen of London. 1643 (1643) Wing W1676; Thomason E244_43; ESTC R18700 6,217 10 View Text
A35133 Some reasons why the people called Quakers do absent from the publique way of worship and cannot conform thereunto though they are exposd to great sufferings because thereof and also why they cannot swear at all and whether if be out of obstinacy or conscientiousness resolved / presented in the love and fear of the Lord to the serious consideration of all justices and all others who are moderately enquiring into this matter by J.C. Crook, John, 1617-1699. 1665 (1665) Wing C7214; ESTC R37696 6,376 9 View Text
B06765 A warning to the court, Parliament, and army. From a true lover of his country, and of all that love the truth in righteousness. Heartily desiring the peace and welfare of these poore nations, with freedome and an impartial administration of justice, that righteousness might run down our streets like a flood, and truth be exalted. Then will our God crown the labourers in, and doers of His work, with glory and honour, and at last immortality. Trewman, Gregory. 1659 (1659) Wing W940B; ESTC R203937 6,402 8 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
A28267 A letter from a Christian friend in the country to another in the city Ro. Bl. 1655 (1655) Wing B3036; ESTC R12918 6,677 8 View Text
A32781 An epistle to Charles the Second, King of England and to every individual member of his council / presented to them in pure love and good will, that they might consider of the things therein contained before the King was crowned or had taken his oath, forasmuch as a necessity from the Lord was laid upon the pen-man ... who is known ... by the name of Christopher Cheesman ; from the town of Reading in Berkshire the 15 of the 2d. month, 1661. Cheesman, Christopher. 1661 (1661) Wing C3773; ESTC R35568 6,683 8 View Text
A77662 A paradox usefull for the times. Browne, Edward. 1642 (1642) Wing B5103; Thomason E126_21; ESTC R21739 6,693 10 View Text
A89407 Multum in parvo: or, A summary narratiue (not hitherto revealed to publick view) on behalfe of prisoners captived for debt, and of all concerned natives: faithfully extracted out of the fundamentall common-law of this nation, as well in its originall unaltured-puritie and genuine sence, as in recytall of and relating to the abusive practise of divers innovated lawes since repealed, repugnant to the Great Charter (being the abstract or compendium of the common-law, and of the peoples birth-rights, liberties, and priviledges) confirmed by above 30 subsequent Acts and Statutes, parliamentall in force and unrepealed (which unfold (velamine levato) the misprision and illegallity of arresting, outlawing, & imprisoning the body for debt. Now in these opportune times, (professing reformation and regulation of the lawes and generall grievances) presented (for timely redresse) to the clement propitious consideration of his excellency the Lord Generall Cromwell, his right honourable the Counsell of State; and others in authority, in the pensive vanne and mournfullest march of publick grievances and calamities, no sorrowes being equivalent to these. Mullins, James. 1653 (1653) Wing M3062; Thomason E703_7; ESTC R207137 6,787 16 View Text
A87456 The justification of a safe and wel-grounded answer to the Scottish papers, printed under the name of Master Chaloner his speech: which, (whatsoever the animadvertor affirmes) doth maintaine the honour of the Parliament, and interest of the kingdome of England. Novemb. 23. 1646. Appointed to be printed, according to an order of the House of Commons. England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons. 1646 (1646) Wing J1256; Thomason E363_11 6,958 16 View Text
A75465 An antidote against an infectious aire. Or a short reply of wel-wishers unto the good and peace of this kingdome; unto the declaration of the 11th of February, 1647. 1648 (1648) Wing A3491; Thomason E427_18; ESTC R22836 7,032 8 View Text
A51824 A short view of the most gracious providence of God in the Restoration and Succession, May 29, 1685 Manningham, Thomas, 1651?-1722. 1685 (1685) Wing M507; ESTC R8136 7,130 30 View Text
A31172 The Case of the people called Quakers, relating to oathes and swearing presented to the serious consideration of the King and both Houses of Parliament. 1673 (1673) Wing C1130; ESTC R18184 7,173 28 View Text
A08456 Isaacks pilgrimage A briefe and short treatise, of the strife that Isaack has with his heard-men, living in the land of the Philistines, with Abimeleck and his heard-men, shadowing out the strife which Christ our Lord had with his hearders, and with the Romayne philistims, which hath continued unto this day through now in a deepe consumption. Also a testimony from the prophets, Christ and his Apostles, of the abolishment of Antichrist, the man of sinne ... By Thomas Odell Englishman. Odell, Thomas, Englishman. 1635 (1635) STC 18781; ESTC S110308 7,284 17 View Text
A44795 An information, and also advice to the Armie on both parts, and this present Committee of Safety newly erected, and to the late Parliament and also to all people who seeks peace and righteousness, and are for the good old cause, so much talked on. This is presented by him who stands off, and from all self-interests and parties, and wisheth that the wisdom of God may guide you all, and division and destruction may cease. By Francis Howgil. Howgill, Francis, 1618-1669. 1659 (1659) Wing H3167; ESTC R202551 7,550 13 View Text
A32279 His Majesties gracious speech, together with the lord keepers, to both Houses of Parliament, January 7. 1673/4 England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II); Charles II, King of England, 1630-1685. 1674 (1674) Wing C3076; ESTC R35935 8,174 13 View Text
A83680 A declaration of the Commons of England assembled in Parliament, expressing their reasons for the adnulling and vacating of these ensuing votes. 15 Januarii, 1648. / Ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that this declaration and votes be forthwith printed and published. H: Scobel, Cler. Parl. D. Com. England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons. 1649 (1649) Wing E2560; Thomason E538_23; ESTC R206053 8,378 17 View Text
A33093 A declaration of the commissioners of the Generall Assembly to the whole kirk and kingdome of Scotland concerning present dangers and duties relating to the Covenant and religion. Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Commission.; Ker, A. 1648 (1648) Wing C4219; ESTC R26458 8,465 16 View Text
A79720 A declaration of the commissioners of the Generall Assembly to the whole Kirk and kingdome of Scotland, concerning present dangers and duties, relating to the Covenant, and religion. Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Commission.; Ker, A. 1648 (1648) Wing C4217; Thomason E432_24; ESTC R206162 8,528 20 View Text
A47405 An elegy upon the most incomparable K. Charles the I. persecuted by two implacable factions, imprisoned by the one, and murthered by the other, January 30th 1648. King, Henry, 1592-1669. 1640 (1640) Wing K499; ESTC R10769 8,531 21 View Text
A33092 A declaration of the commissioners of the General Assembly to the whole kirk and kingdome of Scotland concerning present dangers and duties relating to the covenant and religion. Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Commission. 1648 (1648) Wing C4218; ESTC R25372 8,541 18 View Text
A88918 Match me these two: or The conviciton [sic] and arraignment of Britannicus and Lilburne. With an answer to a pamphlet, entituled, The parliament of ladies. 1647 (1647) Wing M1077; Thomason E400_9; ESTC R201743 8,685 16 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
A91942 A letter, discovering the cause of Gods continuing wrath against the nation, notwithstanding the present endeavors of reformation: directing to the meanes of appeasing that wrath; and encouraging to constancy in those endeavours: / written with much judgement and pious affection, by Mr Nathaniel Rogers, a godly and learned Divine now in New-England, to a worthy member of the Honourable House of Commons, bearing date, Decemb. 17, 1643. Imprimatur Edmund Calamy. Rogers, Nathaniel, 1598-1655. 1644 (1644) Wing R1821; Thomason E53_20; ESTC R23205 8,921 12 View Text
A38977 An Examination of severall votes of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament concerning such as take up armes against the Parl. of England or assist in such war wherein is declared that all such persons are traitors by the fundementall lawes of this Kingdome and ought to suffer accordingly. 1648 (1648) Wing E3723; ESTC R29796 9,053 10 View Text
A60788 Some considerations touching the present debate between owners, &c. and fisherman relating to the New-found-land trade, wherein the present project of obstructing passengers, by-boats, etc, is proved to be an unjust, sinister, envious, and unreasonable designe / humbly presented to supream consideration by the impartial pen of an eye-witness both of the designes of home and the trade abroad. Impartial pen of an eye-witness both of the designes at home and the trade abroad. 1671 (1671) Wing S4496A; ESTC R32704 9,222 24 View Text
A18767 A warning for the wise, a feare to the fond, a bridle to the lewde, and a glasse to the good Written of the late earthquake chanced in London and other places, the. 6. of April 1580. for the glorie of God, and benefite of men that warely can walke, and wisely can iudge. Set forth in verse and prose, by Thomas Churchyard Gentleman. Seen and allowed. Churchyard, Thomas, 1520?-1604. 1580 (1580) STC 5259; ESTC S105093 9,563 30 View Text
A75520 An appeale to the world in these times of extreame danger. 1642 (1642) Wing A3569; Thomason E107_26; ESTC R17522 9,568 10 View Text
A02298 The funeralles of King Edward the sixt VVherin are declared the causers and causes of his death. Baldwin, William, ca. 1518-1563? 1560 (1560) STC 1243; ESTC S104470 9,694 24 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
B04311 A sermon preached on Sunday the XXVI of July, 1685. Being the day appointed for solemn thanksgiving to almighty God, for his Majesties late victory over the rebels. / Preached at Wakefield by Obadiah Lee, M.A. and vicar there. Lee, Obadiah, 1636 or 7-1700. 1685 (1685) Wing L885B; ESTC R222844 9,795 31 View Text
A60710 Sober and seasonable queries humbly offered to all good Protestants in England in order to a choice of the new Parliament 1679 (1679) Wing S4403; ESTC R14618 10,212 16 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
A50269 Certain material and useful considerations about the laws positive and laws of necessity relating to the unhappy distractions of the present times Mathew, John.; Philalethes. 1680 (1680) Wing M1288A; ESTC R36494 10,378 18 View Text
A29162 A sermon preached at St. Catherine Cree-Church, upon Sunday the 1st of March 1695/6 upon occasion of the late horrid plot / by Nicholas Brady ... Brady, Nicholas, 1659-1726. 1696 (1696) Wing B4180; ESTC R19559 10,459 37 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
A29267 To the right honourable, the supreme authority of this nation, the Commons assembled in Parliament an appeal in the humble chain of justice against Tho. Lord Fairfax, general of the English army, raised, and declared to be raised, for the propogation and defence of impartial justice, and just liberty in the nation / by Captain William Bray ... Bray, William, 17th cent. 1649 (1649) Wing B4301; ESTC R170764 10,631 20 View Text
A49824 Honesty is the best policy Lawton, Charlwood, 1660-1721. 1689 (1689) Wing L739A; ESTC R43362 10,685 6 View Text
A82111 A Declaration of several members of the churches of Christ 1654 (1654) Wing D618A; ESTC R176607 10,836 10 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
A60215 Sidney Redivivus, or, The opinion of the late Honourable Collonel Sidney as to civil government wherin is asserted and clearly proved, that the power of kings is founded in the consent of the people, who have a right to call them to an account for male-administration and to restore themselves to their native liberty : by which the late proceedings of the nation against James the II are justified : together with some reflections on what is said by ill men against the present government, by another hand. Sidney, Algernon, 1622-1683. 1689 (1689) Wing S3764; ESTC R10306 10,924 21 View Text
A46377 A just and modest vindication of His Royal Highness the Duke of York in observations upon a late revived pamphlet, intituled, A word without doors, wherein the reasons and arguments of that author, are considered and examined. 1680 (1680) Wing J1222; ESTC R16770 11,050 16 View Text
A10812 The most royall and honourable entertainement, of the famous and renowmed king, Christiern the fourth, King of Denmarke, &c. who with a fleete of gallant ships, arriued on Thursday the 16. day of Iuly 1606. in Tylbery-Hope, neere Grauesend VVith a relation of his meeting, by our royall king, the prince and nobles of our realme: the pleasures sundry times shewed, for his gracious welcome, and most famous and admirable entertainment at Theobalds. VVith the royall passage on Thursday the 31. of Iuly, thorough the citty of London, and honorable shewes there presented them, and maner of their passing. By H.R. H. R. (Henry Roberts), fl. 1585-1616. 1606 (1606) STC 21085; ESTC S115982 11,170 32 View Text
A81847 A sermon at the funerall of the truely vertuous, honourable, valiant, in fame, never-dying, Sir Simon Harcourt, one of his Majesties most honourable privie councell in the realme of Ireland, and colonell over some of His Majesties forces there. Preached in Christ-Church in Dublin, Mar. 31. 1642. Before the Lords Justices, and the rest of His Majesties most honourable privie councell, his Majesties commanders and souldiers for that present service. By Edward Dunstervill, Batchelour of Divinitie. Now published by command of the House of Parliament. Dunstervill, Edward.; England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons. 1642 (1642) Wing D2618; Thomason E125_1; ESTC R15434 11,217 24 View Text
B12524 The elegant combat or, the mutuall entertainement between the two learned and famous Frenchmen Monseiur [sic] Du Moulin and Monseiur [sic] De Balzac Extracted out of the originall, by Robert Codrington master of arts. And dedicated to the truely ennobled Master Anthony Mildemay. Du Moulin, Pierre, 1568-1658.; Codrington, Robert, 1601-1665.; Balzac, Jean-Louis Guez, seigneur de, 1597-1654. 1634 (1634) STC 7322.5; ESTC S113614 11,434 32 View Text
A63889 A sermon preached before Their Majesties K. James II and Q. Mary at their coronation in Westminster-Abby, April 23, 1685 by Francis Lord Bishop of Ely ... Turner, Francis, 1638?-1700. 1680 (1680) Wing T3290; ESTC R6336 11,473 16 View Text
A34660 An abstract or the lawes of New England as they are novv established Cotton, John, 1584-1652. 1641 (1641) Wing C6408; ESTC R9081 11,490 20 View Text
A50682 Religio militis a sermon preached to the artillery-company, October 24, 1672, at St. Michaels in Cornhil / by John Meriton, D.D. Meriton, John, 1636-1704. 1672 (1672) Wing M1820; ESTC R43445 11,700 36 View Text
A76638 A back-blow to Major Huntington, for his treacherous accusation of Lieutenant Generall Cromwell, and Commissary Gen. Ireton. Published for generall satisfaction of all, who have unadvisedly received the malicious accusation against those active gentlemen. 1648 (1648) Wing B264; Thomason E461_34; ESTC R205205 11,783 16 View Text
A35558 A King and his subjects unhappily fallen out, and happily reconciled being the substance of a sermon with very little alteration fitted for the present time : preached in the sermon-house belonging to the cathedral of Christ-Church Canterbury Jan. 15, 1643, upon Hos. 3,4,5 / by Meric Casaubon ... Casaubon, Meric, 1599-1671. 1660 (1660) Wing C804; ESTC R9398 12,046 21 View Text
A58609 A declaration of the Committee of Estates of the Parliament of Scotland to the honourable Houses of Parliament, and to all their brethren of England concerning the necessity, grounds, and ends of their engagement, and of the return of the Scots armie into England. Scotland. Parliament. 1648 (1648) Wing S1208; ESTC R34038 12,072 18 View Text
A82110 A Declaration of several of the Churches of Christ, and godly people in and about the citie of London; concerning the kingly interest of Christ, and the present suffrings of his cause and saints in England. 1654 (1654) Wing D618; Thomason E809_15; ESTC R207568 12,283 28 View Text
A35692 A brief description of New-York, formerly called New-Netherlands with the places thereunto adjoyning : together with the manner of its scituation, fertility of the soyle, healthfulness of the climate, and the commodities thence produced : also some directions and advice to such as shall go thither ... : likewise a brief relation of the customs of the Indians there / by Daniel Denton. Denton, Daniel. 1670 (1670) Wing D1062; ESTC R12462 12,404 26 View Text
A18302 An answere to certaine scandalous papers, scattered abroad vnder colour of a Catholicke admonition Salisbury, Robert Cecil, Earl of, 1563-1612. 1606 (1606) STC 4895; ESTC S107637 12,407 42 View Text