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A83860 Votes. Die Martis. 12. July. 1642. England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons. 1642 (1642) Wing E2756; Thomason 669.f.5[57]; ESTC R26122 675 1 View Text
A38170 Votes die Martis 12 July, 1642. England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons. 1642 (1642) Wing E2443; ESTC R26122 675 1 View Text
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
A94602 To the Right Honourable, the Commons of England assembled in Parliament. The humble petition of divers well-affected people, inhabitants of the cities of London and Westminster, the burough of Southwark, hamblets and places adjacent, promoters and approvers of the petition of the 11. of September, 1648. 1650 (1650) Wing T1615; Thomason 669.f.15[50]; ESTC R212001 1,065 1 View Text
A22376 By the King a proclamation for a publike, generall, and solemne fast. England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I); Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649. 1625 (1625) STC 8787; ESTC S122671 1,079 1 View Text
A95814 Unto every individual member of Parliament The humble representation of divers afflicted women-petitioners to the Parliament, on the behalf of Mr. John Lilburn. 1653 (1653) Wing U99; Thomason 669.f.17[36]; ESTC R211647 1,096 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
A94970 A true and perfect relation of the taking of a great ship at Yarmouth, October 4. Sent from the Queen out of Holland to the Kings Majesty, wherein was ten pieces of ordnance, 50. barrels of powder, and 100. and 50. commanders, as it was informed to the House of Commons, October 6. Also Her Majesties letter to the King, read before the committee, October the sixth, which letter was taken in the said ship at Yarmouth. Likewise the manner of Master Hothams taking of Keywood Castle in Yorkshire, since the agreement of the laying down of arms in that county. With the instructions from the House to the Lord Willoughbie of Parham, to aid and assist the said M. Hotham against the Earle of Cumberland. 1642 (1642) Wing T2567; Thomason E121_21; ESTC R2619 1,985 9 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
A25852 An Account of the proceedings to judgment against the Charter of the City of London, as it was given in Court of Kings Bench, the 12th of this instant June, Anno Dom. 1683 1683 (1683) Wing A373; ESTC R9579 2,314 2 View Text
A80514 A copy of a petition, commended to the peace-making association in the west, by Colonell Blake, and Colonell Pyne, to be subscribed and presented by them to Sir Thomas Fairfax. Instead of a subscription, they returned this brief and moderate answer. Also a new oath now injoyned by ordinance of both houses, directly contrary to the oath of allegiance, and their own protestation, at the beginning of this Parliament. Pyne, Colonel.; Blake, Colonel.; Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1612-1671. 1645 (1645) Wing C6186; Thomason E300_13; ESTC R200257 2,416 10 View Text
A28263 The bishops mittimus to goe to Bedlam vpon their accusation of high treason by the Parliament for making their petition and protestation to His Maiesty against the proceedings of the same : wherein is shewed the principall causes of their distraction and the evill effects of this distemper Anno. 1641 : with a charge to the master vvarders, and keepers of the prison for to use their best meanes to recover their wits againe. 1641 (1641) Wing B3030; ESTC R11743 3,176 10 View Text
A88908 A declaration to the city and kingdome, from Major Generall Massey, Sir William Waller, Colonell Birch, and the rest rest [sic] of the impeached members of Parliament; concerning the proceedings of the Lord Generall Fairfax, and the Army; and their protestation to the people of England, touching the Parliament. Also, Major Generall Browns declaration and speech, to the Lord Generall Fairfax, touching the King, the Prince of VVales, the Duke of York, the Parliament, City, and kingdome. And the declaration of his Excellency the Lord Generall, to the kingdom of England, and his resolution thereupon. Likewise, a new covenant and agreement from the Army, to be tendered to all free born English-men, throughout the City of London, and the respective counties within the Kingdom of England. Massey, Edward, Sir, 1619?-1674? 1648 (1648) Wing M1036; Thomason E476_33; ESTC R26078 3,406 8 View Text
A95452 Tvvo petitions from the agents to ten regiments of horse and foot and of the life-guard, under the conduct of his Excellencie Sir Thomas Fairfax; to the supreame authority of this nation, the Commons assembled in Parliament: in behalfe of themselves and all other the free-born people of England. Presented in their names by the Lord Grey an honest member of the House of Commons together with an agreement of the people grounded upon the principles of common right and freedome, for the Parliaments concurrence thereunto. Also the votes of the House upon the said papers thereunto annexed. 1647 (1647) Wing T3496; ESTC R230049 3,468 12 View Text
A36138 The Disloyal forty & forty one and the loyal eighty presented to publick view in a prospect & scheme, shewing the difference of the years forty and forty one from the year eighty : drawn up and published to answer the clamours of the malicious and to inform the ignorant. 1680 (1680) Wing D1670; ESTC R17682 3,619 6 View Text
A90022 A new remonstrance from thf [sic] souldiery, to his Excellency the Lord General Fairfax, and their proposals, in the name of themselves, and all the commons of England, for a just and righteous government, to be established within this nation, abhorring and detesting against all anarchy, confusion, and levelling of mens estates; with their proclamation to the kingdome, concerning the putting of violence upon authority. Also, a new representative, and the heads of the agreement of the people, the King nor Lords, to have no voice in it; the Parliament to be dissolv'd on the last of April next, and a new one to be called once in two year, and to continue but sixe moneths. Likewise, the manner and form of the government, and no corporation, above one, except the City of London. Together with a letter from the Earl of VVarwick, to the House of Peers, concerning Prince Charles, and the two navies. Warwick, Robert Rich, Earl of, 1587-1658.; Fairfax, Thomas, Baron, 1612-1671.; England and Wales. Army. 1648 (1648) Wing N741; Thomason E476_27; ESTC R203051 3,774 8 View Text
A54319 To the King's most excellent Majesty, the Right Honorable Lords, spiritual and temporal; and to the noble and worthy Commons of England, assembled in Parliament This out-side sheet was really prepared to add to this book, to undeceive King, Parliament, and people; ... Percy, James, 1619-1690? 1681 (1681) Wing P1463BA; ESTC R218226 3,985 6 View Text
A90676 The picture of the good old cause drawn to life in the effigies of Master Prais-God Barebone. With several examples of Gods Judgements on some eminent engagers against kingly government. 1660 (1660) Wing P2157; Thomason 669.f.25[57]; ESTC R212482 4,637 1 View Text
A90461 A perfect declaration of all the promises and protestations made unto the Kings Majestie by the Parliament; by way of accommodation of peace. Wherein the Parliament have made knowne to the world, their owne ends and intentions; and offered to His Majestie all that a treaty can produce, or His Majestie expect: security, honour, service, obedience, support, and all other effects of an humble, loyall, and faithfull subjection. 1643 (1643) Wing P1482; Thomason E249_1; ESTC R212562 4,880 10 View Text
A78494 Certain queries lovingly propounded to Mr. William Prynne, to be by him ingenuously resolved, from his large treatise, entituled, The soveraigne power of parliaments: concerning 1. The peoples power of electing, recalling, and punishing their parliament-men. 2. Parliament-mens wages and rewards. 3. Parliament-proceedings. 4. Power of parliaments. 5. The peoples power of electing synod-men. 6. A perpetuall Parliament. 7. The three estates in Parliament. 8. An order, or ordinance of Parliament. 9. Parliament protections. 10. The Parliament and armies case. 1647 (1647) Wing C1739; Thomason E398_22; ESTC R201698 5,301 10 View Text
B08249 An account of the original of judging according to equity and how erroneous judgments in equity have been rectified, humbly represented to the King, Lords and Commons in Parliament assembled, in order to a due establishment. England and Wales. Parliament. 1690 (1690) Wing A335CA; ESTC R214056 5,468 2 View Text
A54316 To the right honourable Lords spiritual and temporal in Parliament assembled, the humble petition of James Percy Percy, James, 1619-1690? 1681 (1681) Wing P1463A; ESTC R36664 6,014 8 View Text
A87171 The humble petition, or representation of M. William Harrison, gentleman and souldier. To His Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax, Captain Generall of the forces raised for the King and Parliament. Together with a further relation of the said Mr. William Harrison, with a true discovery of abundance of treasure sent downe into the west, and divers persons there imployed to raise forces (under pretence of the service for Ireland) to make warre against this army commanded by his Excellency. As also the desire of the souldiery to the committee of Northampton. By William Harrison gent. souldier under his Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax. Harrison, William, gent.; Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1612-1671. 1647 (1647) Wing H918; Thomason E396_12; ESTC R201648; ESTC R201649 6,152 9 View Text
A32140 The speeches of the Kings Most Excellent Majesty in this great court of Parliament with all the speeches of the right honourable the Lord Digby and the Lord Faukeland and the speeches of Sir Benjamin Rudyer. England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I); Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649.; England and Wales. Parliament. 1641 (1641) Wing C2820; ESTC R26011 6,483 16 View Text
A32138 The Kings Maiesties speeches in this great and happy Parliament Novemb. 3, 1640. England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I); Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649. 1641 (1641) Wing C2819; ESTC R35873 6,485 15 View Text
A90738 The plaine English-man, his discreet advice, in these distracted times. Wherein the prerogative of the King, the priviledges of the Parliament, and the present proceedings of the Army, according to their just interests are justified. Worthy the perusall of all men. This is licenced and published according to order. 1647 (1647) Wing P2361; Thomason E412_20; ESTC R203170 7,082 11 View Text
A25530 An answer to a letter written by a member of Parliament in the countrey upon the occasion of his reading of the Gazette of the 11th of December, 1679. 1679 (1679) Wing A3320; ESTC R10364 7,226 6 View Text
A37701 Declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament concerning His Majesties advancing with his army toward London : with direction that all the trained bands and volunteers be put into a readinesse : also how Sir Iohn Hinderson urged one David Alexander a Scotchman to kill Sir Iohn Hotham and blow up the Parliaments magazine : to who His Majesty gave money and he received it : together with the depositions of the said David Alexander and Sir Iohn Hinderson : whereunto is added severall votes of the Lords and Commons, corrected and amended by the House of Commons to prevent false copies. England and Wales. Parliament.; Alexander, David, 17th cent.; Gerbier, Balthazar, Sir, 1592?-1667. 1642 (1642) Wing E1367; ESTC R3271 7,560 17 View Text
A82638 A declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament. Concerning his Maiesties advancing of his Army towards London, with directions that all the trained bands and voluntiers bee put into a readinesse, that so the Kings army may find opposition in every place as they march. : Also how Sir Iohn Hinderson urged one David Alexander, a Scotchman, to kill Sir John Hotham, and blow up the Parliaments magazine, to whom His Maiesty gave money, and he received it. : And that no man shall presume to weare any colours or markes of division in the city of London. : Whereunto is added severall votes of the Lords and Commons, for the searching of diverse mens houses in the city, and for the staying of the Kings revenue; and all the bishops, deanes and chapters rents and profits whatsoever. : Sabbathi, 15. Octob. 1642. / Ordered by the Lords and Commons in Parliament, that this declaration and votes be forthwith printed and published. ; John Browne cler. Parliam. England and Wales. Parliament.; Browne, John, ca. 1608-1691. 1642 (1642) Wing E1366A; ESTC R234078 7,664 12 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
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
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
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
A58205 The Readers speech of the Middle-Temple, at the entrance into his reading, Febr. 29, 1663/4 upon the statute of Magna Charta, Cap. 29. Reader. 1664 (1664) Wing R441; ESTC R24507 10,926 18 View Text
A78747 His Majesties declaration to all his loving subjects, upon occasion of his late messages to both Houses of Parliament, and their refusall to treat with him for the peace of the kingdome. Charles R. Our expresse pleasure is, that this our Declaration be published in all churches and chappels within the kingdome of England and dominion of Wales, by the parsons, vicars, or curates of the same. England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I); Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649.; England and Wales. Parliament. aut 1642 (1642) Wing C2259; Thomason E126_47; ESTC R19891 12,955 16 View Text
A56140 A breife memento to the present vnparliamentary ivnto touching their present intentions and proceedings to depose and execute Charles Stewart, their lawful King / by William Prynne ... Prynne, William, 1600-1669. 1649 (1649) Wing P3910; ESTC R33477 13,459 18 View Text
A35615 The Case of James Percy, the true heir-male and claimant to the Earldom of Northumberland to the honourable knights, citizens, and burgesses, and to the Committee of Grievances in Parliament assembled : the humble petition of James Percy, cozen and next heir-male to Joscelin Percy, the late and eleventh Earl of Northumberland, deceased. 1680 (1680) Wing C924; ESTC R19657 13,721 16 View Text
A29475 A Brief relation of the persecution and sufferings of the reformed churches of France translated out of French, and published for more general information. 1668 (1668) Wing B4628; ESTC R13961 14,115 26 View Text
A35603 The case of Anthony Earl of Shaftsbury as it was argued before His Majesties justices of the Kings Bench, Trin. Term., 29. Car. 2 : being upon his confinement in the Tower &c. : with a speech of this worthy Earl, pleading his own case, and the liberty of the subject. Shaftesbury, Anthony Ashley Cooper, Earl of, 1621-1683. 1679 (1679) Wing C883; ESTC R4010 14,439 19 View Text
A56141 A brief memento to the present unparliamentary juncto touching their present intentions and proceedings to depose and execute, Charles Stuart, their lawful King / by William Prynne Esquire ... Prynne, William, 1600-1669. 1649 (1649) Wing P3911; ESTC R2940 14,625 17 View Text
A95903 Vicissitudes progress, with its convoy through the counties of Essex, Kent, Surrey, Sussex, and Middlesex, to Westminster and to London. By way of premonstration. 1648 (1648) Wing V336; Thomason E452_5; ESTC R203899 14,716 16 View Text
A42655 Irelands advocate: or, a sermon preached at a publike fast held by authorie, July the 27. in behalfe of bleeding Ireland. By John Geree, pastour of Tewkesbury, in Glocester-Shire. Published by authoritie. Geree, John, 1601?-1649. 1642 (1642) Wing G596A; ESTC R223673 15,404 25 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
A51065 A moderate reply to His Majesties answer to the cities last petition presented at Oxford which answer was read in Guildhall, before the commons of the said city, January 13, 1643 / by a well-minded petitioner for peace and truth. Petitioner for peace and truth. 1643 (1643) Wing M2330; ESTC R31030 18,007 20 View Text
A80392 The convinc'd petitioner: from the serious consideration of a late printed answer to the cities petition for peace; presented to His Majesty at Oxford: vvith his moderate reply thereunto. / By a well-minded petitioner for peace and truth. Well-minded petitioner for peace and truth.; Herle, Charles, 1598-1659,; Well-minded petitioner for peace and truth. Moderate reply to His Majesties answer to the cities last petition presented at Oxford. 1643 (1643) Wing C5988; Thomason E245_9; ESTC R6650 18,024 19 View Text
A56197 The re-publicans and others spurious good old cause, briefly and truly anatomized. To preserve our native country, kingdom, legal government, Church, parliaments, laws, liberties, privileges of Parliament, and Protestant religion from ruine, scandal, and perpetual infamy; to reform, reclaim all Jesuit-ridden seduced republicans, officers, soldiers, sectaries, heretofore, or now engaged in the prosecution of this misintituled good old cause, from any future pursute thereof, and engage them for ever to abominate it, as apparently tending to publike ruin, their own temporal and eternal condemnation, infamy, our religions reproach, in present and succeeding ages. By William Prynne Esq; a bencher of Lincolns Inne. Prynne, William, 1600-1669. 1659 (1659) Wing P4052; ESTC R234922 18,673 20 View Text
A39441 An Abridgement of the statutes made in the thirteenth year of the reign of King Charles the Second alphabetically digested under apt titles and heads for the ready finding out of the matter. England and Wales. Laws, etc. 1661 (1661) Wing E860; ESTC R6329 18,777 46 View Text
A38461 The English Jeroboam, or, The Protestant reforming magistrate and what the Church of England may expect from such a one precisely characterized by a transformed church-warden at a vestry-consultation held upon the putting in execution the laws against seditious conventicles : being London's caveat in electing magistrates. 1683 (1683) Wing E3094; ESTC R28613 19,060 20 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
A48068 A letter from Major General Ludlow to Sir E.S. [i.e. Sir Edward Seymour] comparing the tyranny of the first four years of King Charles the martyr, with the tyranny of the four years reign of the late abdicated King : occasioned by the reading Doctor Pelling's lewd harangues upon the 30th of January, being the anniversary or General Madding-day. Ludlow, Edmund, fl. 1691-1692. 1691 (1691) Wing L1489; ESTC R3060 20,681 33 View Text
A95898 A sight of ye trans-actions of these latter yeares emblemized with ingraven plats, which men may read without spectacles. Vicars, John, 1579 or 80-1652. 1646 (1646) Wing V327; Thomason E365_6; ESTC R201246 21,011 26 View Text
A93350 The Protestant informer, or Information to all Protestants: shewing the causes and end, of this unjust warre, plotted by Romish Jesuites, and now managed by English papists, and their abbettors against this Parliament, and in this all other Parliaments: proving by forepast proceedings, present actions and persons acting that: this warre is no new quarrell, nor caused by the militia but divellish malice, against the true Protestant religion, and lawes of this kingdom, to set up, and establish popery, and hath beene fifteene, or sixteene yeares last past, preparing. Also justifying this Parliaments proceedings, by nature, law, and religion, against the false calumniations of all malignants: with an exhortation, to courage, liberality, patience, and constancy, to the hazard of life, and fortunes: in defence of Gods true worship; your own rights, liberties, and this present Parliament; with confidence of a blessing, and victory, like Caleb, and Ioshua: for your God is with you. Published for information to the ignorant. By Gregory Thims Gentl. Thims, Gregory. 1643 (1643) Wing S4038A; Thomason E91_17; ESTC R13261 21,917 24 View Text
A45191 A defence of the charter, and municipal rights of the city of London, and the rights of the other municipal cities and towns of England directed to the citizens of London. / By Thomas Hunt. Hunt, Thomas, 1627?-1688. 1683 (1683) Wing H3750; ESTC R16568 22,067 49 View Text
A91210 The Levellers levelled to the very ground. Wherein this dangerous seditious opinion and design of some of them; that it is necessary, decent, and expedient, now to reduce the House of Peeres, and bring down the Lords into the Commons House, to sit and vote together with them, as one House. And the false absurd, grounds whereon they build this paradox, are briefly examined, refuted, and laid in the dust. / By William Prynne, Esquire. Prynne, William, 1600-1669. 1648 (1648) Wing P4001; Thomason E428_7; ESTC R20341 22,072 30 View Text
A36630 His Majesties declaration defended in a letter to a friend being an answer to a seditious pamphlet, called A letter from a person of quality to his friend : concerning the kings late declaration touching the reasons which moved him to dissolve the two last parliaments at Westminster and Oxford. Dryden, John, 1631-1700. 1681 (1681) Wing D2286; ESTC R180 23,921 20 View Text
A54690 A plea for the pardoning part of the soveraignty of the kings of England Philipps, Fabian, 1601-1690. 1682 (1682) Wing P2012; ESTC R9266 26,002 72 View Text
A64903 True information of the beginning and cause of all our troubles how they have been hatched, and how prevented. Wherein vvee may see the manifold contrivances and attempts of forraigne and home-bred enemies, against the Parliament, kingdome, and purity of religion. And how all their endeavours whether by force or fraud, never prospered. A work worthy to be kept in record, and to bee communicated to posterity. Vicars, John, 1579 or 80-1652. 1648 (1648) Wing V331B; ESTC R221903 27,396 30 View Text
A75699 An answer to divers scandals mentioned in a certain pamphlet, entituled, The humble remonstrance of Sr. Iohn Stawell. Written by John Ashe Esquire, 1654. Ashe, John, Esquire. 1654 (1654) Wing A3944; Thomason E1072_2*; ESTC R208223 28,340 31 View Text
A91191 A full vindication and ansvver of the XI. accused members; viz. Denzill Holles, Esq; Sir Philip Stapleton, Sir William Lewis, Sir John Clotworthy, Sir William Waller, Sir Iohn Maynard Kts Major Gen. Massey, Iohn Glynne Esq; Recorder of London. Walter Long Esquire Col. Edward Harley, Anthony Nichols Esq to a late printed pamphlet intituled, A particular charge or impeachment, in the name of Sir Thomas Fairfax and the army under his command; against the said members, by his appointment and the Councel of War. Prynne, William, 1600-1669. 1647 (1647) Wing P3968; Thomason E398_17; ESTC R201693 28,820 49 View Text
A97148 The vindication of the Parliament and their proceedings. Or, Their military designe prov'd loyall and legall. A treatise, wherein these things are ingeniously and sincerely handled; to wit, 1. That the militia as setled by the Parliament is lawfull. 2. That it is lawfull for us to obey it, so setled by them. 3. That the Parliament is not by us to be deserted. 4. That in aiding the Parliament the king is not opposed. 5. That the Parliament (as the case stands) may not confide in the king. 6. That this necessary defensive warre of theirs is indubitably justifiable. Pulchrum pro Patria mori, Ward, Richard, 1601 or 2-1684. 1642 (1642) Wing W808aA; Thomason E122_19; ESTC R19259 30,017 36 View Text
A91195 An humble remonstrance to his His Maiesty, against the tax of ship-money imposed, laying open the illegalitie, abuse, and inconvenience thereof. Prynne, William, 1600-1669. 1641 (1641) Wing P3983; Thomason E207_3; ESTC R209840 30,545 71 View Text
A36228 The antiquity and power of parliaments in England written by Mr. Justice Doddridge and several other learned antiquaries. Doddridge, John, Sir, 1555-1628. 1679 (1679) Wing D1791; ESTC R13105 30,734 146 View Text
A38203 Articles of accusation, exhibited by the Commons House of Parliament now assembled, against Sr. John Bramston Knight, Sr. Robert Berkley Knight, justices of His Majesties Bench, Sr. Francis Crawley Knight, one of the justices of the Common-Pleas, Sr. Humphrey Davenport Knight, Sr. Richard Weston Knight, and Sr. Thomas Trevor Knight, barons of His Majesties Exchequer England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons.; Bramston, John, Sir, 1577-1654.; Berkeley, Robert, Sir, 1584-1656.; Crawley, Francis, Sir, 1573 or 4-1649.; Davenport, Humphrey, Sir, 1566-1645.; Weston, Richard, Sir, 1579?-1652.; Trevor, Thomas, Sir, 1586-1656. 1641 (1641) Wing E2521; ESTC R6725 30,776 51 View Text
A48473 Plaine truth without feare or flattery, or, A true discovery of the unlawfulnesse of the Presbyterian government it being inconsistent with monarchy, and the peoples liberties, and contrary both to the protestation and covenant : the end of establishing the militia of London in such hands as it is now put into by the new ordinance, the betraying votes and destructive practices of a traiterous party in the House of Commons concerning certain petions for liberty and justice : also, a vindication of His Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax, concerning certaine scurrulous words uttered by some of the said faction : with the meanes and wayes that must be used to obtaine reliefe against the said cyrannous usurpers, and for reducing the parliament to its due rights, power and priviledges, in the preservation of the kingdomes laws and liberties / written by I.L. Lilburne, John, 1614?-1657. 1647 (1647) Wing L2156; ESTC R12537 30,822 22 View Text
A25924 Articles of accusation exhibited by the Commons House of Parliament now assembled against St. John Bramston, Knight, Sr. Robert Berkley, Knight justices of His Majesites bench, Sr. Francis Crawley, Knight, one of the justices of the Common-pleas, Sr. Humphrey Davenport, Knight, Sr. Richard Weston, Knight, and Sr. Thomas Trevor, Knight, barons of His Majesties Exchequer. 1641 (1641) Wing A3833; ESTC R38534 30,976 35 View Text
A61435 Old English loyalty & policy agreeable to primitive Christianity. The first part by the author of The beginning and progress of a needfull and hopefull reformation. Stephens, Edward, d. 1706. 1695 (1695) Wing S5433; ESTC R32555 31,683 49 View Text
A26147 A treatise of the true and ancient jurisdiction of the House of Peers by Sir Robert Atkyns ... Atkyns, Robert, Sir, 1621-1709. 1699 (1699) Wing A4144; ESTC R31568 35,905 42 View Text
A93120 An argument of lavv concerning the bill of attainder of high-treason of Thomas Earle of Strafford at a conference in a committee of both Houses of Parliament. By Mr. St. John his Majesties Solicitor Generall. Published by order of the Commons House. St. John, Oliver, 1598?-1673. 1641 (1641) Wing S321; ESTC R203496 35,970 52 View Text
A91787 An ansvver to the London ministers letter: from them to his Excellency & his Counsel of VVar; as also an answer to John Geree's book, entituled, Might overcomming right; with an answer to a book, entituled, The Armies remembrancer. Wherein it appears the accusations of the Army are unjust, and the Armies proceedings justified by the Word of God, and by the light of nature and reason. Also a discovery of that learning, and ordination these ministers have, and the vanity and insufficiencie thereof, by the Word of God, and that those are the things with which they delude and deceive the people. / By Samuel Richardson. Richardson, Samuel, fl. 1643-1658. 1649 (1649) Wing R1402; Thomason E540_8; ESTC R203398 36,328 40 View Text
A95890 A looking-glasse for malignants: or, Gods hand against God-haters. Containing a most terrible yet true relation of the many most fearefull personall examples (in these present times, since the yeere, 1640.) of Gods most evident and immediate wrath against our malevolent malignants. Together with a caveat for cowards and unworthy (either timorous or treacherous) newters. Collected for Gods honour, and the ungodlies horrour, by John Vicars. Imprimatur hic liber. Iohn White. Vicars, John, 1579 or 80-1652. 1643 (1643) Wing V317; Thomason E33_18; ESTC R19020 39,491 44 View Text
A56223 Observations upon some of His Majesties late answers and expresses Parker, Henry, 1604-1652. 1642 (1642) Wing P412; ESTC R21815 39,600 50 View Text
A90635 The divine catastrophe of the kingly family of the house of Stuarts or, a short history of the rise, reign, and ruine thereof. Wherein the most secret and chamber-abominations of the two last kings are discovered, divine justice in King Charles his overthrow vindicated, and the Parliaments proceedings against him clearly justified, by Sir Edward Peyton, knight and baronet, a diligent observer of those times. Peyton, Edward, Sir, 1588?-1657. 1652 (1652) Wing P1952; Thomason E1291_1; ESTC R208989 41,016 159 View Text
A28810 A true declaration of the intollerable wrongs done to Richard Boothby, merchant of India, by two lewd servants to the honorable East India Company, Richard Wylde and George Page as also a remonstrance of the partiall, ingratefull and unjust proceeds of the India Court at home against the said Richard Boothby ... with petition to ... King Charles and the ... Parliament for justice ... Boothby, Richard.; East India Company. 1644 (1644) Wing B3745; ESTC R30303 41,790 55 View Text
A47876 The lawyer outlaw'd, or, A brief answer to Mr. Hunts defence of the charter with some useful remarks on the Commons proceedings in the last Parliament at Westminster, in a letter to a friend. L'Estrange, Roger, Sir, 1616-1704. 1683 (1683) Wing L1266; ESTC R25476 42,596 42 View Text
A91189 A full declaration of the true state of the secluded members case. In vindication of themselves, and their privileges, and of the respective counties, cities and boroughs for which they were elected to serve in Parliament, against the vote of their discharge, published in print, Jan. 5. 1659. by their fellow members. Compiled and published by some of the secluded members, who could meet with safety and conveniencie, without danger of a forcible surprize by Red-coats. Prynne, William, 1600-1669. 1660 (1660) Wing P3965; Thomason E1013_22; ESTC R22149 44,193 60 View Text
A97273 A brief view of the late troubles and confusions in England, begun and occasioned by a prevailing faction in the Long Parliament: deduced to the auspicious [sic] coming in of General Monck, and the most glorious and happy restitution of King Charles the Second. / By William Younger. Younger, William, 1605-1662. 1660 (1660) Wing Y198; Thomason E1873_2; ESTC R204143 45,037 159 View Text
A56321 The declaration of John Pym Esquire upon the whole matter of the charge of high treason against Thomas Earle of Strafford, April 12, 1641 with An argument of law concerning the bill of attainder of high treason of the said Earle of Strafford, before a committee of both Houses of Parliament, in Westminster Hall by Mr. St. Iohn His Majesties solicitor Generall, on Thursday, April 29, 1641 / both published by order of the Commons House. Pym, John, 1584-1643.; St. John, Oliver, 1598?-1673. Argument of law concerning the bill of attainder of high-treason of Thomas Earle of Strafford. 1641 (1641) Wing P4262; ESTC R182279 46,678 116 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
A56227 A seasonable, historical, legal vindication and chronological collection of the good old fundamental liberties, franchises, rights, laws of all English freemen ...; Seasonable, legal, historical vindication of the good old fundamental liberties, franchises, rights, properties, laws, government of all English freemen. Prynne, William, 1600-1669. 1654 (1654) Wing P4122; ESTC R13248 47,108 63 View Text
A54308 This book makes appear the claim, pedigree and proceedings of James Percy now claimant to the Earldom of Northumberland humbly presented to both Houses of Parliament. Percy, James, 1619-1690? 1680 (1680) Wing P1460; ESTC R30769 47,400 58 View Text
A89430 Yet another word to the wise: shewing, that the lamentable grievances of the Parliaments friends in Cumberland and Westmerland. [sic] presented by their Commissioner, Mr. Iohn Musgrave, to the House of Commons above two years agoe, are so far yet from being redressed, that the House of Commons not only protecteth Mr. Richard Barwis, one of their owne members, from the law, being accused of high treason, as appeareth by the great charge against him in this treatise contained. As also against Sir Wilford Lawson, commander in chiefe of Cumberland, who betrayed that county into the enemies hands. ... But instead of doing justice either against them or other accused traytors to the common-wealth, they have most unjustly committed that worthy gentleman, Mr. John Musgrave, (their accuser and prosecuter to the Fleet prison) above these 12. moneths, ... Musgrave, John, fl. 1654. 1646 (1646) Wing M3155; Thomason E355_25; ESTC R201125 47,559 50 View Text
A91153 A brief necessary vindication of the old and new secluded Members, from the false malicious calumnies; and of the fundamental rights, liberties, privileges, government, interest of the freemen, parliaments, people of England, from the late avowed subversions 1. Of John Rogers, in his un-christian concertation with Mr. Prynne, and others. 2. Of M: Nedham, in his Interest will not lie. Wherein the true good old cause is asserted, the false routed; ... / By William Prynne of Swainswick Esq; a bencher of Lincolns-Inne. Prynne, William, 1600-1669. 1659 (1659) Wing P3913; Thomason E772_2; ESTC R203220 47,789 64 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
A56142 A brief necessary vindication of the old and new secluded members, from the false malicious calvmnies and of the fundamental rights, liberties, privileges, government, interest of the freemen, Parliaments, people of England, from the late avowed subversions 1. of John Rogers ... 2. of M. Nedham ... / by William Prynne ... Prynne, William, 1600-1669. 1659 (1659) Wing P3914; ESTC R1799 48,614 65 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
A41888 The great concern and zeal of a loyal people for a good king's preservation in the hazards of war. And the duty of such a people opened and enforced, in one of our monthly-fasts in a country parish. By the minister thereof. 1691 (1691) Wing G1679; ESTC R212854 49,196 44 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
A52460 The parallel, or, The new specious association an old rebellious covenant closing with a disparity between a true patriot and a factious associator. Northleigh, John, 1657-1705. 1682 (1682) Wing N1301; ESTC R5814 50,196 36 View Text
A43197 Loyalties severe summons to the bar of conscience, or, A seasonable and timely call to the people of England, upon the present juncture of affairs being an epitome of the several præliminaries or gradual steps the late times took to their ... ruine, by their civil dissentions, through a needless fear of the subverting, losing, and destroying of religion, liberty of the subject, and priviledges of Parliament ... : in two parts / by Robert Hearne, Gent. Hearne, Robert. 1681 (1681) Wing H1307; ESTC R16702 50,264 47 View Text
A65583 A second narrative of the late Parliament (so called) wherein, after a brief reciting some remarkable passages in the former narrative, is given an account of their second meeting, and things transacted by them : as also how the Protector (so called) came swearing, by the living God, and dissolved them, after two or three weeks sitting : with some quæries sadly proposed thereupon : together with an account of three and forty of their names, who were taken out of the house, and others that sate in the other house, intended for a House of Lords, but being so unexpectedly disappointed, could not take root, with a brief character and description of them : all humbly presented to publique view / by a friend to the good old cause of justice, righteousnesse, the freedom and liberties of the people, which hath cost so much bloud and treasury to be carried on in the late wars, and are not yet settled. Wharton, George, Sir, 1617-1681. 1658 (1658) Wing W1556; ESTC R8011 50,589 52 View Text
A88103 Exceptions many and just against two injurious petitions exhibited to the Parliament· The one Iuly 16. The other Aug. 4. 1653. Both of them not only against tithes, but against all forced or constrained maintenance of ministers, examined and found many waies faulty against piety and justice, and as such now discovered, by Theophilus Philadelphus. Ley, John, 1583-1662. 1653 (1653) Wing L1878; Thomason E712_17; ESTC R202718 51,137 63 View Text
A59018 The secret history of K. James I and K. Charles I compleating the reigns of the four last monarchs / by the author of The secret history of K. Charles II and K. James II. Phillips, John, 1631-1706. 1690 (1690) Wing S2339; ESTC R234910 51,708 182 View Text
A84964 A remonstrance of His Excellency Thomas Lord Fairfax, Lord Generall of the Parliaments forces. And of the Generall Councell of officers held at St Albans the 16. of November, 1648. Presented to the Commons assembled in Parliament, the 20. instant, and tendred to the consideration of the whole kingdome. England and Wales. Army. Council.; Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1612-1671. 1648 (1648) Wing F229; Thomason E473_11; ESTC R200486 52,286 69 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
A88241 Rash oaths unwarrantable: and the breaking of them as inexcusable. Or, A discourse, shewing, that the two Houses of Parliament had little ground to make those oaths they have made, or lesse ground to take, or presse the taking of them, being it is easie to be apprehended, they never intended to keep them, but onely made them for snares, and cloaks for knavery, as it is clearly evinced by their constant arbitrary and tyranicall practices, no justice nor right being to be found amongst them; by meanes of which they have declaratorily, and visibly lost the very soule and essence of true magistracy, (which is, the doing of justice, judgement, equity ... In which is also a true and just declaration of the unspeakable evill of the delay of justice, and the extraordinary sufferings of Lievtenant Colonell John Lilburne, very much occasioned by M. Henry Martins unfriendly and unjust dealing with him, in not making his report to the House. All which with divers other things of very high concernment, are declared in the following discourse, being an epistle, / written by Lievtenant-Colonell John Lilburne, prerogative prisoner in the Tower of London, to Colonell Henry Marten, a member of the House of Commons of England ... May 1647. Lilburne, John, 1614?-1657. 1647 (1647) Wing L2167; Thomason E393_39; ESTC R201615 53,968 58 View Text
A91211 The lyar confounded, or A briefe refutation of John Lilburnes miserably-mistated-case, mistaken-law; seditious calumnies, and most malicious lyes against the High Court of Parliament, the Honourable Committee of Examinations, Mr Speaker, with other members of the Commons House; and Mr William Prynne; wherewith he hath seduced many ignorant overcredulous people. Manifesting the Parliaments extraordinary clemency towards him, their justice in their commitment of, and proceedings against him; for which he so ingratefully and falsely taxeth them, with tyranny and injustice / By William Prynne of Lincolnes Inne, Esquire. Prynne, William, 1600-1669. 1645 (1645) Wing P4002; Thomason E267_1; ESTC R212413 54,867 55 View Text