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A94645 To the right honorable the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament the humble declaration and resolution of the deputy-lieutenants, colonells, captains, and officers, assented unto, and with great cheerfulnesse approved of, by the souldiers of the trained bands within the county of Southampton, at the generall musters begun the 21 day of June, 1642. being to the number of above five thousand men, besides a great many voluntiers, who then offered to serve in person. England and Wales. Parliament. House of Lords. 1642 (1642) Wing T1670; Thomason 669.f.5[53]; ESTC R210867 962 1 View Text
A70862 The protestation of the Lords upon rejecting the impeachment of Mr. Fitz-Harris March 28, 1681. England and Wales. Parliament. House of Lords. 1681 (1681) Wing P3869A; ESTC R33326 1,108 2 View Text
A65138 Vive le roy, or, London's joy a new song on the instalment of the present Lord Mayor of London, to the tune of St. George for England. 1681 (1681) Wing V665; ESTC R654 1,274 1 View Text
A86757 The humble petition and resolution of the deputy-lieutenants, captains, officers, souldiers, and voluntiers of the trained bands of the county of Warwick to the right honourable, Robert Lord Brook, Lord Lieutenant of the county aforesaid, and by his Lordship presented to the high court of Parliament, July 9. 1642. With the answer of the Lords thereunto annexed. England and Wales. Parliament. House of Lords. 1642 (1642) Wing H3447; Thomason 669.f.5[55]; ESTC R210878 1,404 1 View Text
A44993 The humble petition and resolution of the county of Essex (presented to the Right Honourable the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, and read in both Houses the 17 of this present June, 1642 : with the answer thereunto annexed, and commanded by the Lords to be forthwith printed and published). England and Wales. Parliament. House of Lords.; England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons. 1642 (1642) Wing H3445; ESTC R661 1,575 1 View Text
A51612 Murder will out being a relation of the late Earl of Essex's ghost appearing to my Lord Chancellor in the Tower. 1683 (1683) Wing M3091; ESTC R2014 1,896 1 View Text
A31529 The Certificate of the deputy lieutenants for county of Warwick of their endeavours in execution of the militia, with the cheerfulnesse and obedience of the trained bands, and number of voluntiers : together with the petition of the deputy lieutenants, captains, officers, and souldiers of the trained bands, and voluntiers of the said county to the Right Honorable Robert Lord Brook, Lord Lieutenant of the said county, to present their thankfulnesse for providing the ordinance of the militia for the safety of this kingdom : with the Lords answer thereunto. Brooke, Robert Greville, Baron, 1607-1643. 1642 (1642) Wing C1767; ESTC R4230 2,095 8 View Text
A76865 A bloudy fight at Pontefract castle in York-Shire on Sunday morning last, between the Kings forces, and the Parliaments; shewing the manner how they sallyed out of the castle with 400. horse and foot, fell upon the Parliaments guards, beat them out of the works, ruined a troop of horse, and routed two guards of foot. With the full particulars of the said fight, a list of the number killed and taken prisoners; and a great blow given by the most loyall patriot to his King and country, renowned Col. Rainsborough. Also, another bloudy fight neer the city of York, 30 killed upon the place, and one hundred taken prisoners. And an unexpected victory obtained by the royalists neer Newark upon Trent. 1648 (1648) Wing B3238; Thomason E469_4; ESTC R205409; ESTC R205410 2,823 8 View Text
B09930 A word to the wise: or, Considerations humbly offered to our representatives who are to sit in the ensuing Parliament. T. S. 1700 (1700) Wing S186B; ESTC R17084 2,925 2 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
A33229 A declaration to the English nation, from Fardinando the IVth Emperour of Germany, &c., Lewis the 14th, King of France and Navarre, Philip the 5th King of Spain & Arragon, &c., Christiern the third King of Denmark, Zealand, & Lodowick Duke of Lorain, and Adolphina Queen of Sweden, in detestation of the present proceedings of the Parliament and Army, and of their intentions of coming over into England in behalf of King Charls the second being translated out of the true copy. Clare, Ralph, Sir, 1587-1670. 1649 (1649) Wing C4412; ESTC R204587 3,370 9 View Text
B01960 The cavalier's genius: being a proper new ballad. To the turne of, 'Ods bodikins chill work no more, and forty other good tunes. 1663 (1663) Wing C1573; Interim Tract Supplement Guide C.20.f.4[32] 3,518 1 View Text
A95602 For all in authority upon the earth, and in special, those now in England, to read and ponder [by] T. Taylor. Taylor, Thomas, 1618-1682. 1663 (1663) Wing T574; ESTC R43777 3,616 1 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
A91179 An ansvver to the poysonous sedicious paper of Mr. David Jenkins. By H.P. Barrester of Lincolnes Inn. Parker, Henry, 1604-1652. 1647 (1647) Wing P395; Thomason E386_14; ESTC R201482 3,651 10 View Text
A56989 The supremacy debated, or, The authority of Parliaments, formerly owned by Romish clergy to be the supreamest power W. R., Gent. 1689 (1689) Wing R100; ESTC R18239 3,879 2 View Text
A08087 The ansuuere made by the noble lords the States, vnto the ambassadour of Polonia United Provinces of the Netherlands. Staten Generaal. 1597 (1597) STC 18452; ESTC S2245 3,892 15 View Text
A69585 An essay of a king with an explanation what manner of persons those should be that are to execute the power or ordinance of the kings prerogative / written by the Right Honorable Francis, Lord Verulam, Viscount Saint Alban. Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. 1642 (1642) Wing B282; ESTC R16627 3,910 10 View Text
A88360 An alarum to vvarre: proclamed by our royall Soveraigne, and his loyall Parliament. To subiugate the savage cruelties, and inhumane massacres acted by the nocent papists; and to vindicate the barbarous blood-shed, and impious insolencies suffered by the innocent protestants of Ireland. To which is annexed an encouragement to all his Maiesties true-hearted, and valiantly disposed subiects, here is England, who are already, or shall be hereafter engaged in this present expedition against those Romish rebells, and all that are confederate with that malignant party, there in Ireland. By J.L. Acad: Cant: in art: mag J. L. 1642 (1642) Wing L25; Thomason E142_6; ESTC R212740 3,964 8 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
A55113 A Plea to the Duke's answers fiat justitia, ruat coelum, Anglice, the Bill in the Honourable the late House of Commons against the D. was their duty. 1680 (1680) Wing P2526; ESTC R8364 4,637 4 View Text
A45692 The doctrine of passive obedience and jure divino disproved and obedience to the present government, proved from Scripture, law, and reason. Written for the satisfaction of all those who are dissatisfyed at the present government: by a lay-man of the Church of England. Harrison, T. (Thomas), fl. 1683-1711. 1689 (1689) Wing H917A; ESTC R215651 4,772 2 View Text
A92438 The noble pamphlet, or, a pigs head and a poppet-play, provided for the rebels at Westminster, against this Bartholmew Faire: a rattle for the foole Fairfax, halfe a bushell of nuts for the synod to crack, a new godly ballad for the saints of the army, and a paire of sharp knives for the city. By the author of the winding sheet. R. B., attributed name. 1648 (1648) Wing R99B; Thomason E460_30; ESTC R205132 4,777 8 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
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
A45693 The doctrine of passive obedience and jure divino disproved and obedience to the present government, proved from Scripture, law, and reason. Written for the satisfaction of all of those who are dissatisfied at the present government: by a lay-man of the Church of England. Harrison, T. (Thomas), fl. 1683-1711. 1689 (1689) Wing H917B; ESTC R223747 4,792 8 View Text
A34363 The conspiracy of Aeneas & Antenor against the state of Troy a poem. 1682 (1682) Wing C5933; ESTC R18991 4,828 22 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
A42958 Gadburies prophetical sayings: or, The fool judged out of the knave's mouth. Gadbury, John, 1627-1704. 1690 (1690) Wing G103A; ESTC R11536 5,562 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
A81428 A dialogue betvvixt a courtier and a scholler: Wherein severall passages of state are briefly discuste for the further satisfaction of the common people. 1642 (1642) Wing D1346; Thomason E122_7; ESTC R5010 5,807 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
A49060 By the mayor To the aldermen of the [blank] ward we charge and command you, that upon Saint Thomas day the Apostle next coming, you do hold your wardmote, and that you have afore us at our general court of aldermen to be holden [blank] the Monday next after the Feast of Epiphany next coming, ... City of London (England). Lord Mayor. 1669 (1669) Wing L2883R; ESTC R213716 6,245 3 View Text
B02386 The lawyers looking-glass: or, A cleer discovery of the dangerous snares, wherewith the practicers of law endeavour to entangle Your Highness, and to make you the patron of their injustice, and oppression, and so to lead you as the blinde ship-money judges led the late blinde king into a ditch; which God forbid. Together with some seasonable preparatives to remedy this great evill: for the glory of God, Your Highnesses honour, and the peace and welfare of these nations: and, all Gods people both ministers of the gospel, and members of the army, and others: specially in and about the cities of London, and Westminster, are earnestly desired (as they will answer it at the great day of account) to speak words in season, and otherwise use their best endeavours to strengthen the hands of Your Highness and councel in carrying on the work of the Lord against the mighty. Corbet, Jeffrey.; Pitt, Edward fl. 1655. 1655 (1655) Wing C6245; ESTC R171535 6,294 10 View Text
A75326 A meanes to reconcile the present distempers of these times, as things now are. Set out by a member of the present Parliament. Anderson, Henry, b. 1581 or 2. 1648 (1648) Wing A3094; Thomason E458_18; ESTC R205069 6,295 14 View Text
A43556 A view of the proceedings of the Western-counties for the pacification of their present troubles as also of the plots and purpose to disturbe the same. Heylyn, Peter, 1600-1662. 1643 (1643) Wing H1743A; ESTC R216768 6,358 13 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
A72788 By the Mayor. We charge and command you, that vpon S. Thomas day the Apostle next comming, you doe hold your wardmote and that you haue afore vs at our generall Court of Aldermen to bee holden in the Guildhal, the Munday next after the feast of the Epiphany next comming, ...; Acts & Orders City of London (England). Lord Mayor. 1630 (1630) STC 16731.7; ESTC S124270 6,413 3 View Text
A74127 By the Major. Wee charge and command you, that upon S. Thomas day the apostle next comming, you doe hold your ward mote, ... City of London (England). Lord Mayor. 1649 (1649) Wing L2883C; Thomason 669.f.15[5] 6,417 3 View Text
A39112 Eye-salve for the English armie, and their assistants. Or, a breviate of several particulars seriously to be considered by all those that either are, or have been engaged in the late war against King single person or Lords spirituall and temporall, that are not willing to yield their necks to the rope or block. With a letter sent from several regiments of horse and foot in the army, to the rest of their fellow souldiers now in arms in the several garrisons of England, Scotland and Ireland, plainly discovering the great danger that is like to fall upon them, after the so long hazarding their lives, if not timely prevented. 1660 (1660) Wing E3938; ESTC R224223 6,477 10 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
A37759 A declaration of the Lords and Commons of the Parliament of England to the high and mighty lords, the states of the United Provinces. England and Wales. Parliament. 1642 (1642) Wing E1470; ESTC R22547 6,808 14 View Text
A75590 The Army no usurpers, or The late Parliament not almighty and everlasting: shewing, that the present army in their former opposing, and late dissolving of the Parliament, have done nothing contrary to law, but according to equity. And that the late Parliaments claim of power to do what they please, until they should be dissolved by their own consent, is long since made void by their own act. 1653 (1653) Wing A3712; Thomason E697_13; ESTC R23359 7,197 15 View Text
A79907 The voice of truth, uttered forth against the unreasonablenes, rudenes, and deboistnes of the rulers, teachers and people of the island Barbados. Through one, who hath suffered by them, for the testimony of a good conscience, and the word of God, known by the name of Thomas Clark. Clark, Thomas. 1661 (1661) Wing C4562A; ESTC R171379 7,419 13 View Text
A52382 Vox populi, fax populi, or, A discovery of an impudent cheat and forgery put upon the people of England by Elephant Smith, and his author of Vox populi thereby endeavoring to instill the poysonous principles of rebellion into the minds of His Majesties subjects : humbly recommended to all loyal subjects and true Englishmen. Nalson, John, 1638?-1686. 1681 (1681) Wing N121; ESTC R11667 7,969 16 View Text
A27132 A message sent forth from the risen seed of God being a faithful expostulation and testimony concerning the unjust and hard dealings of the rulers and people in England who have a hand in the cruel oppressions and sufferings of the people of God called Quakers. Bayly, William, d. 1675. 1662 (1662) Wing B1533; ESTC R25913 8,299 11 View Text
B04922 Partridges observations for the year 1692. Or, An account of divers remarkable things which shall happen in most parts of Europe each month, but particularly in France and Flanders, &c. To which is added John Gadbury's verses about the Prince of Wales, in his Almanack 1689, travesty'd. Partridge, John, 1644-1715. 1692 (1692) Wing P624B; ESTC R181497 8,314 16 View Text
A89403 A pair of spectacles for this purblinde nation with which they may see the Army and Parliaments like Simeon and Levi brethren in iniquity walk hand in hand together. Or A perspective to take a view of the Army, and Parliaments political combination in betraying their countryes priveledges. By H.M a true friend to this nations liberties. H. M. 1659 (1659) Wing M30; Thomason E986_9; ESTC R202953 8,339 16 View Text
A93233 A shrill cry in the eares of Cavaliers, apostates, and presbyters, for the resolve of XIII queries touching the primitive state of this nation, since the Conquest: the late proceedings of the Army, the Covenant, and other weighty matters, tending to the publique peace of the nation. By a well-willer to peace and truth. February 5. 1648. Imprimatur Theodore Jennings. Well-willer to peace and truth. 1649 (1649) Wing S3698; Thomason E541_10; ESTC R203571 8,415 17 View Text
B09083 The petition of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament. Presented to His Majestie at Beverly the 16. of July 1642. With His Majesties answer thereunto. England and Wales. Parliament.; England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I) 1642 (1642) Wing E2175; ESTC R219217 8,436 16 View Text
A35335 Naboth's vinyard, or, The innocent traytor copied from the orginal of Holy Scripture : in heroick verse. Caryll, John, 1625-1711. 1679 (1679) Wing C745A; ESTC R4677 8,457 19 View Text
A91308 The true good old cause rightly stated, and the false un-cased. Prynne, William, 1600-1669. 1659 (1659) Wing P4114; Thomason E983_6*; ESTC R203347 8,510 8 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
A56169 The good old cause rightly stated, and the false un-cased Prynne, William, 1600-1669. 1659 (1659) Wing P3970; ESTC R219597 8,694 8 View Text
A56353 The speech or declaration of John Pymm, Esquire, to the Lords of the upper House, upon the delivery of the Articles of the Commons assembled in Parliament, against VVilliam Laud, Archbishop of Canterbury, in maintenance of their accusation, whereby he stands charged of high treason. Together with a true copie of the said Articles Pym, John, 1584-1643.; Glover, George, b. ca. 1618, engraver.; Bower, Edward, ,artist.; England and Wales. Parliament. House of Lords. 1641 (1641) Wing P4295A; ESTC R203308 8,796 31 View Text
A30367 An enquiry into the present state of affairs and in particular, whether we owe allegiance to the King in these circumstances and whether we are bound to treat with him, and to call him back again, or not. Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. 1689 (1689) Wing B5812; ESTC R35456 9,042 12 View Text
A30366 An enquiry into the present state of affairs, and in particular, whether we owe allegiance to the King in these circumstances? and whether we are bound to treat with him, and to call him back again, or not? Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. 1689 (1689) Wing B5811; ESTC R22972 9,060 18 View Text
A42235 The proceedings of the present Parliament justified by the opinion of the most judicious and learned Hvgo Grotivs, with considerations thereupon written for the satisfaction of some of the reverend clergy who yet seem to labour under some scruples concerning the original right of kings, their abdication of empire, and the peoples inseparable right of resistance, deposing, and of disposing and settling of the succession to the crown / by A lover of the peace of his country. Grotius, Hugo, 1583-1645.; Grotius, Hugo, 1583-1645. De jure belli et pacis. 1689 (1689) Wing G2124; ESTC R17553 9,269 34 View Text
A28070 A charge given by the most eminent and learned Sr. Francis Bacon, Kt., late Lord Chancellor of England, at a sessions holden for the verge, in the reign of the late King James declaring the latitude of the jurisdiction thereof, and the offences therein inquireable, as well by the common-law, as by several statutes herein particularly mentioned. Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. 1662 (1662) Wing B276; ESTC R17806 9,379 23 View Text
A26135 The spirits voice concerning himselfe, or, A faithful and clear discovery of the operations of the spirit in the hearts of the saints by Peter Atkinson ... Atkinson, Peter, 17th cent. 1659 (1659) Wing A4130; ESTC R17494 9,440 22 View Text
A77907 A caveat for subjects, moderating the Observator. Wherein his chiefest arguments are confuted, the Kings iust prerogative manitained [sic]: and the priviledge of the subiect no wayes preiudiced: by William Ball, Gent. Ball, William. 1642 (1642) Wing B587; Thomason E118_7; ESTC R19366 9,502 16 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
A89914 Considerations upon the present state of the affairs of this kingdome. In relation to the three severall petitions which have lately been in agitation in the honourable City of London. And a project for a fourth petition, tending to a speedy accommodation of the present unhappy differences between His Maiesty and the Parliament. Written upon the perusing of the speciall passages of the two weeks, from the 29 of November, to the 13 of December, 1642. And dedicated to the Lord Maior and aldermen of the said City. By a Country-man, a well-willer of the city and a lover of truth and peace. Country-man, a well-willer of the city, and a lover of truth and peace. 1642 (1642) Wing N495A; Thomason E83_38; ESTC R5547 9,713 15 View Text
A34356 Considerations upon the present state of the affairs of this kingdome· In relation to the three severall petitions which have lately been in agitation in the Honourable City of London. And a project for a fourth petition, tending to a speedy accommodation of the present unhappy differences between His Maiesty and the Parliament. Written upon the perusing of the speciall passages of the two weeks, from the 29 of November, to the 13 of December, 1642. And dedicated to the Lord Maior and aldermen of the said City. By a country-man, a well-willer of the City, and a lover of truth and peace. Nethersole, Francis, Sir, 1587-1659. 1642 (1642) Wing C5925; Wing N495A; Thomason E83_38; ESTC R5547 9,715 15 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
B00015 Articles to be inquired of within the dioces of Norwich, in the ordinary visitation of the reuerend father in God, Samuel, Lord Bishop of Norvvich. Anno Domini 1620. & translationis suæ, primo. Church of England. Diocese of Norwich. Bishop (1619-1628 : Harsnett); Harsnett, Samuel, 1561-1631. 1620 (1620) STC 10293; ESTC S92405 9,811 18 View Text
A49824 Honesty is the best policy Lawton, Charlwood, 1660-1721. 1689 (1689) Wing L739A; ESTC R43362 10,685 6 View Text
A69662 A full and satisfactorie ansvvere to the Arch-bishop of Canterbvries speech, or, Funerall sermon preached by himselfe on the Tower-hill, on Friday the tenth of Ianuary, 1645, upon Hebr. 12. 1, 2 at which time he was there and then beheaded wherein is a full and plenary discourse to satisfie all those who have been startled with his suttle and Jesuiticall falacies and evasions in the said speech : and other passages and observations of great consequence, to satisfie the expectation of the Kingdome therein. Burton, Henry, 1578-1648. 1645 (1645) Wing B6162A; ESTC R4327 11,272 23 View Text
A77287 True excellency of God and his testimonies, and our nationall lawes against titular excellency. Or, A letter to the General his excellency Thomas Lord Fairfax, with a complaint and charg against tyrannicall Whitchcock the Governour of Winsor for arbitrarily, designingly and maliciously walking contrary to the Scriptures of God, and the laws and liberties of the people. / From Captain VVilliam Bray at his un-Christian indurance there. Bray, William, 17th cent. 1649 (1649) Wing B4315; Thomason E571_32; ESTC R206130 11,419 8 View Text
A26677 Allegiance and prerogative considered in a letter from a gentleman in the country to his friend, upon his being chosen a member of the meeting of states in Scotland. Gentleman in the country. 1689 (1689) Wing A955; ESTC R11003 11,569 18 View Text
A80281 A complaint to the House of Commons, and resolution taken up by the free Protestant subjects of the cities of London and Westminster, and the counties adjacent. 1643 (1643) Wing C5623; Thomason E245_5; ESTC R18737 11,598 15 View Text
A91315 A vindication of Psalme 105.15. (touch not mine anoynted, and doe my prophets no harme) from some false glosses lately obtruded on it by Royallists. Proving that this divine inhibition was given to kings, not subjects; to restraine them from injuring and oppressing Gods servants, and their subjects; who are Gods anoynted, as well as kings: and that it is more unlawfull for kings to plunder and make war upon their subjects, by way of offence, then for subjects to take up armes against kings in such cases by way of defence. With a briefe exhortation to peace and unity. Prynne, William, 1600-1669. 1642 (1642) Wing P4125; Thomason E244_1; ESTC R3017 12,342 10 View Text
A81491 A reply to a letter printed at Newcastle vnder the name of an answer, sent to the ecclesiasticall Assembly at London, about matters concerning the king, and the government of the church. With the copy of the said letter to the Assembly, in the name of John Deodate, D. D. Also, a certificate from one of the scribes of the Assembly at London. Walker, Henry, Ironmonger. 1646 (1646) Wing D1511; Thomason E367_7; ESTC R201267 12,349 16 View Text
A37007 The progress of honesty, or, A view of a court and city a pindarique poem / by T. D. D'Urfey, Thomas, 1653-1723. 1681 (1681) Wing D2764; ESTC R3727 12,651 28 View Text
A03634 [An homelye to be read in the tyme of pestylence] Hooper, John, d. 1555. 1553 (1553) STC 13759; ESTC S118879 13,006 36 View Text
A40607 A Full answer to the Levellers petition, presented to the House of Commons, on Munday Septemb. 11, 1648 wherein the divellish poyson therein contained is discussed throughout ... / by a lover of peace and truth. 1648 (1648) Wing F2343; ESTC R16218 13,050 18 View Text
A87429 The iudgement of an old grand-jury-man of Oxford-shire, concerning the breaking up of the late treaty begun at Uxbridge 30. Ian. 1644. Delivered upon his perusall of the late printed full narration of the passages concerning it. Old grand-jury-man of Oxford-shire. 1645 (1645) Wing J1175; Thomason E285_8; Thomason E303_11; ESTC R200068 13,146 19 View Text
A56228 A vindication of Psalme 105.15. (touch not mine anointed, and doe my prophets no harme) from some false glosses lately obtruded on it by Royalists Proving, that this divine inhibition was given to kings, not subjects; to restraine them from injuring and oppressing Gods servants, and their subjects; who are Gods anoynted, as well as kings: and that it is more unlawfull for kings to plunder and make war upon their subjects, by way of offence, then for subjects to take up armes against kings in such cases by way of defence. With a briefe exhortation to peace and unity. Prynne, William, 1600-1669. 1642 (1642) Wing P4125A; ESTC R220573 13,148 10 View Text
A91421 The government of the people of England precedent and present the same. Parker, John, Baron of the Court of Exchequer. 1650 (1650) Wing P432; Thomason E594_19; ESTC R206925 13,181 20 View Text
A88204 The just defence of John Lilburn, against such as charge him with turbulency of spirit. Lilburne, John, 1614?-1657. 1653 (1653) Wing L2123A; Thomason E711_10; ESTC R207124 13,471 11 View Text
A11655 The protestation of the noblemen, barrons, gentlemen, borrowes, ministers, and commons; subscribers of the confession of faith and covenant, lately renewed within the kingdome of Scotland, made at the Mercate Crosse of Edinburgh the 22. of September immediatly after the reading of the proclamation, dated September 9. 1638 Henderson, Alexander, 1583?-1646.; Warriston, Archibald Johnston, Lord, 1611-1663. aut 1638 (1638) STC 21904; ESTC S100065 13,633 28 View Text
A03477 An answere to the Hollanders declaration, concerning the occurrents of the East-India. The first part. Written by certaine marriners, lately returned from thence into England Churchman, Bartholomew. 1622 (1622) STC 13599; ESTC S104145 14,007 33 View Text
A85756 The grounds of soveraignty and greatness· 1675 (1675) Wing G2141A; ESTC R228404 14,133 28 View Text
A81522 A discourse upon the questions in debate between the King and Parliament. 1642 (1642) Wing D1628; Thomason E117_8; ESTC R21943 14,192 19 View Text
A81523 A discourse upon the questions in debate between the King and Parliament 1642 (1642) Wing D1628A; ESTC R215130 14,194 16 View Text
A84012 The English banner of truth displayed: or, The state of this present engagement against Scotland. Wherein is soberly discuss'd the lawfulness and necessity of the engagement. The high aggravations of it, as to the Scots. The groundlesness of those of the Presbyteries coniunction with the Scots and malignants, either from religion, their former state-principles, or the demeanour of those those [sic] in authority towards them. Also, a brief series of transactions, whereby it appears that those of the Presbytery have continually endeavoured the disturbing of the peace of the nation, ... and are the ground of this third war now with the Scots and malignants. Together with some occasional assertions; that the laying aside of some members of Parliament, the proceedings against the late King, the changings of the government, is sutable unto the end of all our engagements ... / By a friend to the Commonwealth of England. Friend to the Commonwealth of England. 1650 (1650) Wing E3081; Thomason E608_12; ESTC R201940 14,208 16 View Text
A96342 The copies of severall letters contrary to the opinion of the present powers, presented to the Lord Gen. Fairfax, and Lieut. Gen. Cromwell. By Francis White, Maior of his Excellencies regiment of foot. White, Francis, d. 1657.; Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1612-1671.; Cromwell, Oliver, 1599-1658. 1649 (1649) Wing W1764; Thomason E548_6; ESTC R204063 14,284 20 View Text
A54150 The great question to be considered by the King and this approaching Parliament, briefly proposed, and modestly discussed, (to wit); how far religion is concerned in policy or civil government and policy in religion? ... / by one who desires to give unto Cæsar the things that are Gods. Penn, William, 1644-1718. 1679 (1679) Wing P1300; ESTC R7032 14,393 8 View Text
A93406 The picture of a new courtier drawn in conference, between, [brace] Mr. Timeserver, and Mr. Plain-heart. In which is discovered the abhominable practises and horrid hypocrisies of the Usurper, and his time-serving parasites. In which a Protector having been in part unvailed, may see himself discovered by I.S. a lover of Englands dear bought freedomes. I. S. 1656 (1656) Wing S42; Thomason E875_6; ESTC R206568 14,398 16 View Text
A94042 Secret reasons of state in reference to the affairs of these nations, at the interruption of this present Parliament: anno 1653. discovered. Also, the power of parliaments, touching imprisonment, debated. With other matters worthy of observation, in Jo: Streater's case: this being a narrative of his two years troubles at the beginning of the late monarchie, erected by General Cromwel. Streater, John, fl. 1650-1670. 1659 (1659) Wing S5949; Thomason E983_24; ESTC R203671 14,755 20 View Text
B02316 A conference between two souldiers meeting on the roade. The first part the one being of the army in England, the other of the army in Scotland, as the one was coming from London, the other from Edinbrough. 1659 (1659) Wing C5729A; ESTC R176594 14,816 22 View Text
A66602 The vanity and falsity of the history of passive obedience detected Wherein is briefly demonstrated, that the first reformers were far from maintaining it in the author of that history and his party's sence. As also it is plainly evinced that it cannot be deduced from the homilies, articles, injunctions or canons, liturgy and bishops of the primitive English Church. And all the specious pretences he makes for it are fully answered. By Tim. Wilson, M.A. and rector of the Kings Noth in Kent. Licens'd according to order. Wilson, Timothy, 1642-1705. 1690 (1690) Wing W2952; ESTC R217174 15,141 14 View Text
A30438 A sermon preached at White-Hall before the King and Queen on the 29th of April, 1691, being the fast-day by the Right Reverend Father in God, Gilbert Lord Bishop of Sarum. Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. 1691 (1691) Wing B5896; ESTC R4095 15,156 38 View Text
A80120 A collection of the rights and priviledges of Parliament. Together, with the true and just prerogatives of the kings of England. Collected out of ancient writers, both divine and morrall. Informing the willing man, convincing the flatterer, and vindicating those that pray for the tranquillitie of this our Syon. / Written by a Gentleman that wishes all happinesse and peace, to this distracted kingdome. Gentleman that wishes all happinesse and peace to this distracted kingdome. 1642 (1642) Wing C5207; Thomason E239_12; ESTC R3898 15,173 15 View Text
A96770 Animadversions upon the Armies Remonstrance, delivered to the House of Commons, Monday, 20. November, 1648. In vindication of the Parliaments treaty with the King in the Isle of Wight. Walker, Clement, 1595-1651. 1648 (1648) Wing W319; Thomason E570_3; ESTC R204237 15,578 31 View Text
A75399 The ansvver of the Commons, to a petition, in the name of thousands wel-affected persons inhabiting the city of London, Westminster, borough of Southwarke, and hamlets, and places adjacent. England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons. 1648 (1648) Wing A3289B; Thomason E468_27; ESTC R205391 15,650 16 View Text
A87638 An examination of the observations upon His Majesties answers. Wherein the absurdities of the observators positions, and inferences are discovered. Jones, John, 17th cent. 1643 (1643) Wing J968; Thomason E65_7; ESTC R23238 15,689 26 View Text
A65418 Reasons why the Parliament of Scotland cannot comply with the late K. James's proclamation sent lately to that kingdom, and prosecuted by the late Viscount Dundee : containing an answer to every paragraph of the said proclamation, and vindicating the said Parliament their present proceedings against him : published by authority. Welwood, James, 1652-1727.; Graham, John, Viscount Dundee, 1648-1689. 1689 (1689) Wing W1309; ESTC R2126 15,716 35 View Text
A57539 Mr. Pryn's good old cause stated and stunted 10 years ago, or, A most dangerous designe in mistating the good by mistaking the bad old cause clearly extricated and offered to the Parliament, the General Council of Officer's, the good people's and army's immediate consideration. Rogers, John, 1627-1665? 1659 (1659) Wing R1812; ESTC R34004 15,921 21 View Text