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A34206 Concerning the priviledge of the vnder clark's in the Court of Chancery as now in clayme and practice 1649 (1649) Wing C5698; ESTC R40861 2,874 7 View Text
A82609 A declaration concerning the present treaty of peace, between His Majesty and both Houses of Parliament. Containing the severall reasons, why the wel-affected subjects of this kingdome ought to imbrace either peace, or warre, His Majesty assenting, or dissenting the present propositions, propounded by the high court of Parliament. 1643 (1643) Wing E1331; Thomason E95_10; ESTC R11118 3,105 9 View Text
A46454 K. James's opinion of a King, of a tyrant, and of the English laws, rights, and priviledges in two speeches, the first to the Parliament, 1603, the second, 1609. James I, King of England, 1566-1625. 1689 (1689) Wing J141; ESTC R10840 3,629 4 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
A81429 A Dialogue betwixt a horse of warre, and a mill-horse; wherein the content and safety of an humble and painfull life, is preferred above all the noyse, the tumults, and trophies of the warre. Full of harmelesse mirth, and variety. 1643 (1643) Wing D1347; Thomason E80_5; ESTC R4065 4,753 9 View Text
A80506 A copy of a letter, vvritten to Master Stephen Marshall minister. By a gentleman a parishoner of his, desiring satisfaction about the lawfullnesse of this warre. To which is added an ansvver by a vvelvvisher. 1643 (1643) Wing C6175; Thomason E104_20; ESTC R13667 4,899 8 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
A87136 Pour enclouer le canon. Harrington, James, 1611-1677. 1659 (1659) Wing H819; Thomason E980_6; ESTC R202587 5,783 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
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
A96762 Mr. Wither his prophesie of our present calamity, and (except we repent) future misery. Written by him in the yeare 1628.; Britain's remembrancer. Selections Wither, George, 1588-1667. 1643 (1643) Wing W3182; Thomason E89_28; ESTC R1830 7,644 15 View Text
A66763 Mr. Geo. Withers revived, or, His prophesie of our present calamity, and (except we repent) future misery written by him in the year 1628. Wither, George, 1588-1667. 1683 (1683) Wing W3173; ESTC R11628 7,993 4 View Text
A36022 To the Kings Most Excellent Majesty the humble petitionary poem of Edmond Dillon, esq. Dillon, Edmond. 1664 (1664) Wing D1489; ESTC R19217 8,148 22 View Text
A69635 The speeches of the Lord Digby in the High Court of Parliament, concerning grievances, and the trienniall Parliament.; Speeches. Selections. Bristol, John Digby, Earl of, 1580-1654. 1641 (1641) Wing B4774; ESTC R2652 8,164 28 View Text
A35644 The case of Sir Edward Hales, Baronet being an exact account of the tryal upon an action of 500 pound brought against him, with his plea thereto, upon the King's dispensing with the Stat. 25. Car. II and the opinion of the judges thereupon. Hales, Edward, Sir, d. 1695, defendant. 1689 (1689) Wing C993; ESTC R8988 8,238 11 View Text
A77755 Certain queries concerning the lawfullnes of imposing, and taking of the negative oath; propounded by some ministers under restraint in the garrison of Weymouth. / And answered by [brace] E.B. and P.I. [brace] Ministers of [brace] Weymouth, and Melcomb-regis. Buckler, Edward, 1610-1706.; Ince, Peter, b. 1614 or 1615. 1646 (1646) Wing B5347; Thomason E369_1; ESTC R201276 10,400 22 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
A05633 A more full answer of John Bastwick, Dr. of Phisick made to the former exceptions newly propounded by another wellwiller to him, against some expressions in his Letany, with his reasons for the printing of it. All set downe as more articles superadditionall vpon superadditionall, against the prelats. This is to follow the Letany as a fourth part of it.; Litany. Part 4 Bastwick, John, 1593-1654. 1637 (1637) STC 1575; ESTC S104510 13,880 12 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
A62266 A sermon preached at the assizes in St. Maries Church in request of George Ashby Esq., High-Sheriff of the said county by Thomas Sawbridge, Vicar of Harstone, July the 25th, 1689. Sawbridge, Thomas, Vicar of Harstone. 1689 (1689) Wing S782; ESTC R37193 14,262 37 View Text
A30871 The storming and totall routing of tythes wherein is shewed the unlawfullnesse of claiming them by the now pretended tribe of Levy, and both takers and payers therein denying Christ to be come in the flesh / by Edward Barber. Barber, Edward, d. 1674? 1651 (1651) Wing B695; ESTC R24192 16,063 22 View Text
A44192 Some considerations upon the question, whether the Parliament is dissolved by it's prorogation for 15 months? Carey, Nicholas.; Holles, Denzil Holles, Baron, 1599-1680. 1676 (1676) Wing H2467; ESTC R3362 16,176 27 View Text
B09033 Anno Regni Caroli II. Regis Scotiæ Angliæ Franciæ & Hiberniæ duodecimo at the Parliament begun at Westminster, the five and twentieth day of April, Anno Dom. 1660, in the twelfth year of the reign of our most Gracious Soveraign Lord Charles, by the grace of God, of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, King, defender of the faith, &c. England and Wales. Laws, statutes, etc.; England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II). 1660 (1660) Wing E1144B; ESTC R175044 16,585 17 View Text
A37593 Anno regni Caroli II, regis Angliæ, Scotiæ, Franciæ, & Hiberniæ, duodecimo at the Parliament begun at Westminster, the five and twentieth day of April Anno Dom. 1660, in the twelfth year of the reign of our most gracious soveraign lord Charles, by the grace of God, of England, Scotland, France, and Ireland King, defender of the faith, &c.; Laws, etc. England and Wales. 1660 (1660) Wing E1144; ESTC R475135 16,590 14 View Text
A33745 An answer to a paper importing a petition of the Archbishop of Canterbury, and six other bishops, to His Majesty, touching their not distributing and publishing the late declaration for liberty of conscience Care, Henry, 1646-1688. 1688 (1688) Wing C506; ESTC R5331 17,718 34 View Text
A36993 The malecontent, a satyr being the sequel of the Progress of honesty, or A view of court and city. D'Urfey, Thomas, 1653-1723.; D'Urfey, Thomas, 1653-1723. Progress of honesty. 1684 (1684) Wing D2748; ESTC R3728 18,526 39 View Text
B11858 An apology of an appeale Also an epistle to the true-hearted nobility. By Henry Burton, pastor of St. Mathewes Friday-Street. Burton, Henry, 1578-1648. 1636 (1636) STC 4135; ESTC S106955 19,673 40 View Text
A36899 England's alarum, being an account of God's most considerable dispensations of mercy and judgement toward these kingdoms for fourteen years last past and also of the several sorts of sins and sinners therein ... with an earnest call to speedy humiliation, supplication, and reformation ... Dunton, John, 1659-1733. 1693 (1693) Wing D2623; ESTC R9012 21,222 38 View Text
A54506 The dialogue betwixt Cit and Bumpkin answered in another betwixt Tom the Cheshire piper, and Captain Crackbrains dedicated to Right Worshipful the Mayor of Quinborough. E. P. 1680 (1680) Wing P17; ESTC R5521 23,355 40 View Text
A26167 An apology for the East-India Company with an account of some large prerogatives of the crown of England, anciently exercised and allowed of in our law, in relation to foreign trade and foreign parts / by W.A. ... Atwood, William, d. 1705? 1690 (1690) Wing A4169; ESTC R223580 23,995 41 View Text
A40706 A dialogue betwixt Philautus and Timotheus in defence of Dr. Fullwood's Legas Angliæ against the vindicator of Naked truth, stiling himself Phil. Hickeringill. Fullwood, Francis, d. 1693. 1681 (1681) Wing F2499; ESTC R7930 24,716 36 View Text
A78622 A raging wave foming out his own shame. Or, An answer to a book lately published by Richard Hains (a person withdrawn from) entituled, A protestation against usurpation. Wherein appears such a measure of envies bitterness heaped up, pressed down, and running over, as the like in some ages hath not appeared, by his many false accusations, and malicious insinuations, thereby to provoke (if possible) both the chief magistrate, and all men of what degree soever, to have suspicious thoughts of the innocent, easily proved to have no other fouudation [sic] but his own evil imaginations. : Wherein also the church of Southwater by him contemptuously rendered papistical in their act of withdrawment from him, is vindicated and cleared, first, by apostolical authority, secondly, by Rich. Haynes his own pen. / Written by Matthew Caffyn ... Caffyn, Matthew, 1628-1714. 1675 (1675) Wing C207A; ESTC R173317 24,862 30 View Text
A33963 The happiness of brethrens dwelling together in unity discoursed upon Psalm 133, vers. 1, on occasion of the late thanksgiving, Feb. 14, 1688/9 / by John Collinges. Collinges, John, 1623-1690. 1689 (1689) Wing C5318; ESTC R26035 25,331 41 View Text
A91212 The Long Parliament tvvice defunct: or, An answer to a seditious pamphlet, intituled, The Long Parliament revived. Wherein the authors undeniable arguments are denied, examined, confuted: and the authority of this present Parliament asserted, vindicated. By a zealous yet moderate oppugner of the enemies of his prince and country. Prynne, William, 1600-1669, attributed name. 1660 (1660) Wing P4003; Thomason E1053_2; ESTC R203196 25,482 48 View Text
A02227 The tragedy of Mustapha Greville, Fulke, Baron Brooke, 1554-1628. 1609 (1609) STC 12362; ESTC S103431 27,607 54 View Text
A25519 An Answer to a late pamphlet intituled, The judgement and doctrine of the clergy of the Church of England concerning one special branch of the King's prerogative, viz, in dispensing with the penal-laws shewing that this is not affected by the Most Reverend Fathers in God, the Lords Arch-Bishops, Bancroft, Laud and Usher ... the Lord Bishop Sanderson ... the Reverend Doctors, Dr. Hevlin, Dr. Barrow, Dr. Sherlock ... Dr. Hicks, Dr. Nalson, Dr. Puller, so far as appears from their words cited in this pamphlet : in a letter to a friend. 1687 (1687) Wing A3309; ESTC R15256 30,429 41 View Text
A24696 An Account of the affairs of Scotland, in relation to their religious and civil rights 1690 (1690) Wing A230; ESTC R11870 30,717 40 View Text
A93860 Reflections upon the occurrences of the last year from 5 Nov. 1688 to 5 Nov. 1689. Wherein, the happy progress of the late Revolution, and the unhappy progress of affairs since, are considered; the original of the latter discovered, and the proper means for remedy proposed and recommended. Stephens, Edward, d. 1706. 1689 (1689) Wing S5437A; ESTC R188769 30,811 50 View Text
A75208 An Account of the affairs of Scotland in answer to a letter written upon the occasion of the address lately presented to His Majesty by some members of the Parliament of that kingdom. 1689 (1689) Wing A229A; ESTC R225109 30,888 46 View Text
A30726 The true case of John Butler, B.D., a minister of the true Church of England in answer to the libel of Martha his sometimes wife : treating of a marriage dissolved and made null by desertion and of a lawful concubinage in a case of necessity, wherein lawful marriage conveniently or possibly cannot be obtained. J. B. (John Butler) 1697 (1697) Wing B6276; ESTC R20976 33,278 45 View Text
A28368 A remonstrance against the non-residents of Great Brittaine, or, Non-residency condemned by Scripture, by strength of arguments, by fathers, councels, canon-law, by the iudgement of reverend and learned divines Blaxton, John. 1642 (1642) Wing B3177; ESTC R4482 34,053 62 View Text
A25701 An apology for the Parliament, humbly representing to Mr. John Gailhard some reasons why they did not at his request enact sanguinary laws against Protestants in their last session in two letters by different hands. 1697 (1697) Wing A3552; ESTC R170358 34,745 43 View Text
A52597 The king's authority in dispensing with ecclesiastical laws, asserted and vindicated by the late Reverend Philip Nye ...; Lawfulnes of the oath of supremacy and power of the King in ecclesiastical affairs Nye, Philip, 1596?-1672. 1687 (1687) Wing N1495; ESTC R17198 36,268 70 View Text
A52770 The true character of a rigid Presbyter with a narrative of the dangerous designes of the English and Scotish covenanters as they have tended to the ruine of our Church and Kingdom : also the articles of their dogmatic faith and the inconsistency thereof with monarchy : to which is added a short history of the English rebellion / compiled in verse by Marchamont Nedham; and formerly extant in his Mercurius pragmaticus. Nedham, Marchamont, 1620-1678. 1661 (1661) Wing N406; ESTC R29555 36,798 96 View Text
A46717 The Argument of the Lord Chief Justice of the Court of King's Bench concerning the great case of monopolies, between the East-India Company, plantiff, and Thomas Sandys, defendant wherein their patent for trading to the East-Indies, exclusive of all others, is adjudged good. Jeffreys, George Jeffreys, Baron, 1644 or 5-1689.; Sandys, Thomas.; England and Wales. Court of King's Bench.; East India Company. 1689 (1689) Wing J526; ESTC R17792 37,073 36 View Text
A38369 England enslaved under popish successors being a true history of the oppressions this nation groaned under in times of popery. 1681 (1681) Wing E2932; ESTC R42018 37,306 46 View Text
A38399 Englands grievances in times of popery drawn out of the canon law, decretal epistles and histories of those times : with reasons why all sober Protestants may expect no better dealing from the Roman-Catholicks, should God for their sins suffer them to fall under the Popes tyranny again / collected for the information and satisfaction of the English nation at this time. 1679 (1679) Wing E2975; ESTC R16317 37,708 46 View Text
A95332 Truth and peace honestly pleaded, and rightly sought for: or, A loyall subjects advice. Usefull to [brace] confirm convince calme condemne honest ignorant passionate malicious [brace] men. By A true lover of God and King Charles. True lover of God and King Charles. 1642 (1642) Wing T3150; Thomason E128_14; ESTC R22293 37,857 46 View Text
A61839 Episcopacy (as established by law in England) not prejudicial to regal power a treatise written in the time of the Long Parliament, by the special command of the late King / and now published by ... Robert Sanderson ... Sanderson, Robert, 1587-1663. 1661 (1661) Wing S599; ESTC R1745 38,560 153 View Text
A35657 The sophy. Denham, John, Sir, 1615-1669. 1642 (1642) Wing D1009; ESTC R15850 38,682 60 View Text
A43306 The fatal contract, a French tragedy as it vvas acted vvith great applause by Her Majesties servants / written by William Hemings ... Hemings, William, b. 1602? 1653 (1653) Wing H1422; ESTC R12659 39,260 71 View Text
A07722 A briefe treatise of oathes exacted by ordinaries and ecclesiasticall iudges, to answere generallie to all such articles or interrogatories, as pleaseth them to propound And of their forced and constrained oathes ex officio, wherein is proued that the same are vnlawfull. Morice, James. 1590 (1590) STC 18106; ESTC S112894 39,864 66 View Text
A96721 Respublica Anglicana or The historie of the Parliament in their late proceedings Wherein the Parliament and Army are vindicated from the calumnies cast upon them in that libellous History of independency, and the falshoods, follies, raylings, impieties, and blasphemies, in that libell detected. The necessity and lawfullnesse of secluding the Members, laying aside the King, and House of Lords, is demonstrated. The lawfullnesse of the present power is proved, and the just and necessary grounds of the Armies march into Scotland are represented. Published for publicke satisfaction. The author G:W G. W.; Wither, George, 1588-1667, attributed name. 1650 (1650) Wing W30A; Thomason E780_25; ESTC R204087 43,104 58 View Text
A66774 A prophesie written long since for this yeare, 1641 wherein prelate-policie is proved to be folly : as also, many notable passages concerning the fall of some great church-men / written by a modern poet. Wither, George, 1588-1667. 1641 (1641) Wing W3182A; ESTC R11664 44,260 90 View Text
A80048 Judges judged out of their own mouthes or the question resolved by Magna charta, &c. Who have been Englands enemies, kings seducers, and peoples destroyers, from Hen. 3. to Hen. 8. and before and since. Stated by Sr. Edvvard Coke, Knt. late L. Chief Justice of England. Expostulated, and put to the vote of the people, by J. Jones, Gent. Whereunto is added eight observable points of law, executable by justices of peace. Jones, J., Gent.; Coke, Edward, Sir, 1552-1634.; England. Magna Charta. 1650 (1650) Wing C4938; Thomason E1414_1; ESTC R13507 46,191 120 View Text
A91291 A summary collection of the principal fundamental rights, liberties, proprieties of all English freemen; both in their persons, estates, and elections; and of the memorable votes, resolutions, and Acts of Parliament, for their vindication and corroboration, in the late Parliaments of 3 & 17 of King Charles; collected out of their Journals, and printed Ordinances. Most necessary to be known, considered, re-established (in this present juncture of publick affairs) with all possible old and new securities; against past, present, and future publick violations, under-minings, by force or fraud, for the much-desired healing of the manifold large mortal wounds in these chief vital parts, and repairing the various destructive subversive breaches in these prime foundations of our English state fabrick; without which no effectual present or future healing, union, peace, or settlement can possibly be expected, or established in our distracted nations. / By William Prynne of Swainswick Esq; a bencher of Lincolns Inne. Prynne, William, 1600-1669. 1656 (1656) Wing P4095; Thomason E892_3; ESTC R206517 46,699 73 View Text
A47974 A letter from a clergy-man in the country to the clergy-man in the city, author of a late letter to his friend in the country shewing the insufficiency of his reasons therein contained for not reading the declaration / by a Minister of the Church of England. Minister of the Church of England. 1688 (1688) Wing L1369A; ESTC R26839 46,996 46 View Text
A56154 Demophilos, or, The assertor of the peoples liberty plainly demonstrating by the principles even of nature itself, and by the primitive constitutions of all governments since the creation of the world that the very essence and the fundamentals of all governments and laws was meerly the safety of the people, and the advancement of their rights and liberties, to which is added the general consent of all Parliaments in the nation, and the concurrence of threescore and two kings since first this island was visible in earnest, and by commerce with other nations, hath been refined from fable and neglect / by William Prynne ...; Summary collection of the principal fundamental rights, liberties, proprieties of all English freemen Prynne, William, 1600-1669. 1658 (1658) Wing P3943; ESTC R5727 47,915 74 View Text
A59965 A short memorial of the sufferings and grievances past and present of the Presbyterians in Scotland particularly of them called by nick-name Cameronians. Shields, Alexander, 1660?-1700. 1690 (1690) Wing S3434; ESTC R25753 49,050 63 View Text
A96414 A learned and necessary argument to prove that each subject hath a propriety in his goods shewing also the extent of the kings prerogative in impositions upon the goods of merchants exported and imported out of and into this kingdome : together with a remonstrance presented to the Kings Most Excellent Majesty by the Honourable House of Commons in the Parliament holden anno dom. 1610, annoq[ue] regis Jacobi, 7 / by a late learned judge of this kingdome. Whitelocke, James, Sir, 1570-1632.; England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons. 1641 (1641) Wing W1995aA; ESTC R42765 49,132 72 View Text
A26141 An enquiry into the jurisdiction of the Chancery in causes of equity ... humbly submitted to the consideration of the House of Lords, to whom it belongeth to keep the inferiour courts within their bounds / by Sir Robert Atkyns, Knight ... ; to which is added, The case of the said Sir Robert Atkyns upon his appeal against a decree obtained by Mrs. Elizabeth Took and others, plaintiffs in Chancery, about a separate maintenance of 200£ per annum, &c. Atkyns, Robert, Sir, 1621-1709. 1695 (1695) Wing A4137; ESTC R16409 49,475 54 View Text
A96413 The rights of the people concerning impositions, stated in a learned argument; with a remonstrance presented to the Kings most excellent Majesty, by the Honorable House of Commons, in the Parliament, An. Dom. 1610. Annoq; Regis Jac. 7. / By a late eminent judge of this nation. Whitelocke, James, Sir, 1570-1632.; England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons. 1659 (1659) Wing W1995C; Thomason E1647_3; Thomason E2143_3 49,868 133 View Text
A67804 The rights of the people of England, concerning impositions stated in a learned argument, by Sir Henry Yelverton ... ; with a remonstrance presented to the Kings most excellent Majesty, by the honorable House of Commons, in the Parliament, An. Dom. 1610 ... Yelverton, Henry, Sir, 1566-1629.; England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons. 1679 (1679) Wing Y28; ESTC R12698 49,930 134 View Text
A10373 The prerogative of parlaments in England proued in a dialogue (pro & contra) betweene a councellour of state and a iustice of peace / written by the worthy (much lacked and lamented) Sir W. R. Kt. ... ; dedicated to the Kings Maiesty, and to the House of Parlament now assembled ; preserued to be now happily (in these distracted times) published ... Raleigh, Walter, Sir, 1552?-1618. 1628 (1628) STC 20649; ESTC S1667 50,139 75 View Text
A47798 An answer to a letter to a dissenter upon occasion of His Majesties late gracious declaration of indulgence / by Sir Roger L'Estrange. L'Estrange, Roger, Sir, 1616-1704. 1687 (1687) Wing L1195; ESTC R24430 50,153 54 View Text
A38938 An exact narrative of the tryal and condemnation of John Twyn for printing and dispersing of a treasonable book with the tryals of Thomas Brewster, bookseller, Simon Dover, printer, Nathan Brooks, bookbinder, for printing, publishing, and uttering of seditious, scandalous, and malitious pamphlets : at Justice-Hall in the Old-Bayly, London, the 20th, and 22th of February, 1663/4. Twyn, John, d. 1664.; Brewster, Thomas.; Dover, Simon.; Brooks, Nathan. 1664 (1664) Wing E3668; ESTC R15143 52,156 88 View Text
A41308 Patriarcha, or, The natural power of Kings by the learned Sir Robert Filmer. Filmer, Robert, Sir, d. 1653. 1680 (1680) Wing F922; ESTC R29832 53,082 156 View Text
A41310 Political discourses of Sir Robert Filmer, Baronet, viz. Patriarcha, or the natural power of Kings. The free-holders Grand-inquest. Observations upon Aristotles politicks. Directions for obedience to government. Also observations upon Mr. Hobbs's Leviathan. Mr. Milton against Salmatius. Hugo Grotius de Jure Belli & Pacis. Mr. Hunton's treatise on Monarchy. With an advertisement to the Jurymen of England touching witches; Patriarcha. Filmer, Robert, Sir, d. 1653. 1680 (1680) Wing F925; ESTC R215623 53,592 159 View Text
A43638 The test or tryal of the goodness & value of spiritual-courts in two queries: I. Whether the statute of I Edw. 6.2. be in force (against them) at this day, obliging them to summon and cite the Kings subjects (not in their own names and styles, as now they do, but) in the name and stile of the Kings Majesty (as in the Kings Courts Temporal) and under the seal of the Kings arms? II. Whether any of the cannon-law, or how much of the cannon-law is (at this day) the law of England, in Courts Christian? Highly necessary to be perused by all those that have been, or may be cited to appear at Doctors Commons. By Edm. Hickeringill. Hickeringill, Edmund, 1631-1708. 1683 (1683) Wing H1829; ESTC R216804 57,574 47 View Text
A52567 A treatise of the principal grounds and maximes of the lawes of this nation very usefull and commodious for all students and such others as desire the knowledge and understandings of the laws / written by that most excellent and learned expositor of the law, W.N. Noy, William, 1577-1634.; Doddridge, John, Sir, 1555-1628. Treatise of particular estates.; T. H. Certain observations concerning a deed of feoffament. 1651 (1651) Wing N1453; ESTC R30072 59,730 168 View Text
A07190 The avthoritie of the Chvrch in making canons and constitutions concerning things indifferent and the obedience thereto required: with particular application to the present estate of the Church of England. Deliuered in a sermon preached in the Greene yard at Norwich the third Sunday after Trinitie. 1605. By Fran. Mason, Bacheler of Diuinitie, and sometime fellow of Merton College in Oxford. And now in sundrie points by him enlarged. Mason, Francis, 1566?-1621. 1607 (1607) STC 17595; ESTC S112385 61,269 101 View Text
A30679 Advice to the Commons within all His Majesties realms and dominions written by Jacob Bury, Esq. ... ; containing the perfect harmony, consent and agreement between divinity and law, in defence of the government established by law in church and state, and that kingly government is by divine right. Bury, Jacob. 1685 (1685) Wing B6212; ESTC R6090 62,727 80 View Text
A37238 Jus imponendi vectigana, or, The learning touching customs, tonnage, poundage, and impositions on merchandizes, asserted as well from the rules of the common and civil law, as of generall reason and policy of state / by Sir John Davis ... Davies, John, Sir, 1569-1626. 1659 (1659) Wing D403; ESTC R36082 63,305 189 View Text
A49115 A full answer to all the popular objections that have yet appear'd, for not taking the oath of allegiance to their present Majesties particularly offer'd to the consideration of all such of the divines of the Church of England (and others) as are yet unsatisfied : shewing, both from Scripture and the laws of the land, the reasonableness thereof, and the ruining consequences, both to the nation and themselves, if not complied with / by a divine of the Church of England, and author of a late treatise entituled, A resolution of certain queries, concerning submission to the present government. Long, Thomas, 1621-1707. 1689 (1689) Wing L2967; ESTC R19546 65,688 90 View Text
A70223 The history of Whiggism, or, The Whiggish-plots, principles, and practices (mining and countermining the Tory-plots and principles) in the reign of King Charles the First, during the conduct of affaires, under the influence of the three great minions and favourites : Buckingham, Laud, and Strafford, and the sad forre-runners and prologues to that fatal-year (to England and Ireland) 41 : wherein (as in a mirrour) is shown the face of the late (we do not say the present) times. Hickeringill, Edmund, 1631-1708. 1682 (1682) Wing H1809; Wing H1825C; ESTC R12704 66,369 53 View Text
A61544 A discourse concerning the illegality of the late ecclesiastical commission in answer to the vindication and defence of it : wherein the true notion of the legal supremacy is cleared, and an account is given of the nature, original, and mischief of the dispensing power. Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. 1689 (1689) Wing S5581; ESTC R24628 67,006 76 View Text
A20775 A discourse of the state ecclesiasticall of this kingdome, in relation to the civill Considered vnder three conclusions. With a digression discussing some ordinary exceptions against ecclesiasticall officers. By C.D. Downing, Calubyte, 1606-1644. 1632 (1632) STC 7156; ESTC S109839 68,091 106 View Text
A69901 England's independency upon the papal power historically and judicially stated by Sr. John Davis ... and by Sr. Edward Coke ... in two reports, selected from their greater volumes ; with a preface written by Sir John Pettus, Knight. Davies, John, Sir, 1569-1626.; Coke, Edward, Sir, 1552-1634.; Pettus, John, Sir, 1613-1690. 1674 (1674) Wing D397; ESTC R21289 68,482 102 View Text
A26142 An enquiry into the power of dispensing with penal statutes together with some animadversions upon a book writ by Sir Edw. Herbert ... entituled, A short account of the authorities in law, upon which judgment was given in Sir Edward Hales's case / by Sir Robert Atkyns ... Atkyns, Robert, Sir, 1621-1709. 1689 (1689) Wing A4138; ESTC R22814 69,137 66 View Text
A28194 Ostenta Carolina, or, The late calamities of England with the authors of them the great happiness and happy government of K. Charles II ensuing, miraculously foreshewn by the finger of God in two wonderful diseases, the rekets and kings-evil : wherein is also shewen and proved (I.) that the rekets after a while shall seize on no more children but quite vanish through the mercy of God and by means of K. Charles II., (II.) that K. Charles II is the last of kings which shall so heal the kings-evil / discovered by the hand of the Lord upon his unworthy servant and His Majesties subject, John Bird ... Bird, John, 17th cent. 1661 (1661) Wing B2954; ESTC R5738 69,269 100 View Text
A47819 The character of a papist in masquerade, supported by authority and experience in answer to The character of a popish successor / by Roger L'Estrange. L'Estrange, Roger, Sir, 1616-1704. 1681 (1681) Wing L1215; ESTC R21234 71,116 87 View Text
A96210 Refractoria disputatio: or, The thwarting conference, in a discourse between [brace] Thraso, one of the late Kings colonels. Neutralis, a sojourner in the city. Prelaticus, a chaplain to the late King. Patriotus, a well-willer to the Parliament. All of them differently affected, and disputing on the subjects inserted after the epistle, on the dissolution of the late Parliament, and other changes of state. T. L. W. 1654 (1654) Wing W136; Thomason E1502_1; ESTC R208654 71,936 174 View Text
A28370 The remaines of the Right Honorable Francis, Lord Verulam, Viscount of St. Albanes, sometimes Lord Chancellour of England being essayes and severall letters to severall great personages, and other pieces of various and high concernment not heretofore published : a table whereof for the readers more ease is adjoyned. Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626.; Bodley, Thomas, Sir, 1545-1613.; Palmer, Herbert, 1601-1647. Characteristicks of a believing Christian. 1648 (1648) Wing B318; ESTC R17427 72,058 110 View Text
A61271 Episcopal jurisdiction asserted according to the right constitution thereof, by His Majesties laws, both ecclesiastical and temporal, occasioned by the stating and vindicating of the Bishop of Waterford's case, with the mayor and sheriffs of Waterford / by a diligent enquirer into the reasons and grounds thereof. Stanhope, Arthur, d. 1685?; Gore, Hugh, 1612 or 13-1691. 1671 (1671) Wing S5221; ESTC R21281 74,602 136 View Text
A85229 Conscience satisfied. That there is no warrant for the armes now taken up by subjects. By way of reply unto severall answers made to a treatise formerly published for the resolving of conscience upon the case. Especially unto that which is entituled A fuller answer. By H. Ferne, D.D. &c. Ferne, H. (Henry), 1602-1662. 1643 (1643) Wing F791; Thomason E97_7; ESTC R212790 78,496 95 View Text
A68462 The right, and prerogatiue of kings against Cardinall Bellarmine and other Iesuites. Written in French by Iohn Bede, aduocate in the court of Parliament of Paris, and published by authority. Translated by Robert Sherwood.; Droit des roys, contre le cardinal Bellarmin et autres jésuites. English. Bédé de la Gormandière, Jean.; Sherwood, Robert. 1612 (1612) STC 1782; ESTC S113797 80,394 213 View Text
A00901 The fall of Babylon in vsurping ecclesiastical power and offices And the miserable estate of them that pertake of her fornications. 1634 (1634) STC 1101; ESTC S101521 80,856 100 View Text
A66571 A discourse of monarchy more particularly of the imperial crowns of England, Scotland, and Ireland according to the ancient, common, and statute-laws of the same : with a close from the whole as it relates to the succession of His Royal Highness James Duke of York. Wilson, John, 1626-1696. 1684 (1684) Wing W2921; ESTC R27078 81,745 288 View Text
A35654 Poems and translations with the Sophy / written by the Honourable Sir John Denham, Knight of the Bath. Denham, John, Sir, 1615-1669.; Denham, John, Sir, 1615-1669. Sophy.; Virgil. Aeneis. Liber 2. English. 1668 (1668) Wing D1005; ESTC R4710 83,594 304 View Text
A96995 The covenants plea for infants: or, The covenant of free grace, pleading the divine right of Christian infants unto the seale of holy baptisme. Against the rusticke sophistry, and wicked cavillations of sacrilegious Anabaptists: being the summe of certaine sermons had in the parish-church of Cranham, neere the city of Gloucester, in Gloucester-shire, with the exceptions of certaine Anabaptists against the foresaid sermons, and the authors answers thereunto. Very seasonable for weake consciences in these unsettled times of schisme and apostacie. By Thomas Wynell minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Wynell, Thomas, b. 1599 or 1600. 1642 (1642) Wing W3778; Thomason E115_17; ESTC R8440 86,631 137 View Text
A88244 Regall tyrannie discovered: or, A discourse, shewing that all lawfull (approbational) instituted power by God amongst men, is by common agreement, and mutual consent. Which power (in the hands of whomsoever) ought alwayes to be exercised for the good, benefit, and welfare of the trusters, and never ought other wise to be administered: ... In which is also punctually declared, the tyrannie of the kings of England, from the dayes of William the invader and robber, and tyrant, alias the Conqueror, to this present King Charles, ... Out of which is drawn a discourse, occasioned by the tyrannie and injustice inflicted by the Lords, upon that stout-faithful-lover of his country, and constant sufferer for the liberties thereof, Lieut. Col. John Lilburn, now prisoner in the Tower. In which these 4. following positions are punctually handled ... Vnto which is annexed a little touch, upon some palbable miscarriages, of some rotten members of the House of Commons: which house, is the absolute sole lawmaking, and law-binding interest of England. Lilburne, John, 1614?-1657. 1647 (1647) Wing L2172; Thomason E370_12; ESTC R201291 90,580 119 View Text
A50910 The life and reigne of King Charls, or, The pseudo-martyr discovered with a late reply to an invective remonstrance against the Parliament and present government : together with some animadversions on the strange contrariety between the late Kings publick declarations ... compared with his private letters, and other of his expresses not hitherto taken into common observation. Milton, John, 1608-1674. 1651 (1651) Wing M2127; ESTC R12978 91,060 258 View Text
A33627 Certain select cases in law reported by Sir Edward Coke, Knight, late Lord Chief Justice of England ... ; translated out of a manuscript written with his own hand, never before published ; with two exact tables, the one of the cases, and the other of the principal matters therein contained.; Reports. Part 13. English Coke, Edward, Sir, 1552-1634. 1659 (1659) Wing C4909; ESTC R1290 92,700 80 View Text
A45227 A seasonable vindication of the supream authority and jurisdiction of Christian kings, lords, parliaments, as well over the possessions as persons of delinquent prelates and churchmen, or, An antient disputation of the famous Bohemian martyr John Hus, in justification of John Wickliffs 17 article proving by 43 arguments taken out of fathers, canonists, school-men, the supream authority and jurisidiction of princes, parliaments, temporal lords, and other lay-men, who have endowed the church with temporalities, to take away and alien the temporal lands and possessions of delinquent bishops, abbots and church-men, by way of medicine or punishment, without any sacrilege, impiety or injustice : transcribed out of the printed works of Iohn Hus, and Mr. Iohn Fox his acts and monuments printed London 1641, vol. I, p. 585, &c : with an additional appendix thereunto of proofs and domestick presidents in all ages, usefull for present and future times / by William Prynne ...; Determinatio de ablatione temporalium a clericis. English Hus, Jan, 1369?-1415.; Foxe, John, 1516-1587. Actes and monuments.; Prynne, William, 1600-1669. 1660 (1660) Wing H3802; ESTC R8509 98,591 126 View Text
A43106 Remarks upon the tryals of Edward Fitzharris, Stephen Colledge, Count Coningsmark, the Lord Russel, Collonel Sidney, Henry Cornish, and Charles Bateman as also on the Earl of Shaftsbury's grand jury, Wilmore's Homine replegiando, and the award of execution against Sir Thomas Armstrong / by John Hawles. Hawles, John, Sir, 1645-1716. 1689 (1689) Wing H1188; ESTC R10368 100,698 108 View Text
A91303 The treachery and disloyalty of papists to their soveraignes, in doctrine and practise. Together with an exact parallel of the jurisdiction, power, and priviledges claimed and exercised by our popish Parliaments, prelates, Lords and Commons in former times, with those now claimed and practised by the present Parliament, Lords and Commons, which are here manifested to be farre more loyall, dutifull, moderate; more consistent with, lesse invasive on, and destructive to the Kings pretended soveraigne power and prerogative, then those of popish parliaments, and subjects. Wherein likewise the traiterous, antimonarchicall doctrines, practises and attempts of papists upon their soveraignes prerogatives, crownes, persons, with the dangerous consequences, effects, and designes, of their present illegall arming, and accesse to the Kings Army, and person by meanes of evill counsellours, are briefely discovered; ... It is ordered by the Committee for Printing that this treatise be forthwith printed and published, by Michael Sparke, senior. Januar. 13. 1642. John White.; Soveraigne power of parliaments and kingdomes. Part 1 Prynne, William, 1600-1669.; England and Wales. Parliament. 1643 (1643) Wing P4108; Thomason E248_1; ESTC R203188 101,087 43 View Text
A47486 Tyranny detected and the late revolution justify'd by the law of God, the law of nature, and the practice of all nations being a history of the late King James's reign and a discovery of his arts and actions for introducing popery and arbitrary power ... : wherein all the arguments against the revolution are fairly propounded and candidly answer'd ... / by Ric. Kingston. Kingston, Richard, b. 1635? 1699 (1699) Wing K616; ESTC R27456 101,348 297 View Text
A65227 Some observations upon the ecclesiastical jurisdiction of the kings of England with an appendix in answer to part of a late book intitled, The King's visitatorial power asserted. Washington, Robert. 1689 (1689) Wing W1029; ESTC R10904 101,939 296 View Text
A66752 Ecchoes from the sixth trumpet. The first part reverberated by a review of neglected remembrances, abreviating [sic] precautions and predictions heretofore published at several times, upon sundry occasions, to forewarn what the future effects of divine justice would be, as soon as our sinnes were full ripe,if not prevented by timely repentance : most part of the predictions have been already seen or heard verified, both by the author yet living, and by many others, who observed at what times, in what manner, upon what persons, and in what places they were literally or mystically fulfilled : collected out of the said authors printed books, who conscienciously [sic] observed on what divine prophesies the said predictions were grounded, as also God's late frequent intermixture of judgments and mercies, to reclaim this generation. Wither, George, 1588-1667. 1666 (1666) Wing W3155; ESTC R38724 102,560 226 View Text