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A83676 Die Veneris, 24 Augusti, 1649. A declaration of the Commons assembled in Parliament, declaring all persons who have served the Parliament of England in Ireland, and have betrayed their trust, or have or shall adhere to, or ayd and assist Charls Stuart, son to the late King, to be traytors & rebels. England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons. 1649 (1649) Wing E2558; Thomason 669.f.14[68]; ESTC R205478 485 1 View Text
A63546 A True list of the names of those persons appointed by the Rump Parliament to sit as a Council of State 1680 (1680) Wing T2733A; ESTC R223049 528 2 View Text
A84552 An act and declaration of the Parliament of England touching a pamphlet, entituled, A declaration by the Kings Majesty, to his subjects of the kingdoms of Scotland, England and Ireland. Printed at Edinburgh, 1650. England and Wales. Parliament. 1650 (1650) Wing E975; Thomason 669.f.15[51]; ESTC R212007 806 1 View Text
B06061 By the commissioners of the Parliament of the Common-wealth of England, for ordering and managing affairs in Scotland. The parliament of the Common-wealth of England, having taken the settlement of Scotland into their serious consideration ... England and Wales. Parliament. Commissioners for Ordering and Managing Affairs in Scotland. 1651 (1651) Wing S966E; ESTC R233702 969 1 View Text
A80903 By the Protector. A declaration of His Highnes with the advice of the Council, in order to the securing the peace of this Commonwealth. England and Wales. Lord Protector (1653-1658 : O. Cromwell); Cromwell, Oliver, 1599-1658. 1655 (1655) Wing C7075; Thomason 669.f.20[20]; ESTC R211676 1,126 1 View Text
A74130 An act prohibiting correspondence with Charls Stuart or his party. England and Wales. Parliament. 1651 (1651) Wing E1149; Thomason 669.f.16[19] 1,283 1 View Text
A83391 A proclamation of the Parliament of the Commonwealth of England declaring Charls Stuart and his abettors, agents and complices, to be traytors, rebels and publique enemies. England and Wales. Parliament. 1651 (1651) Wing E2198; Thomason 669.f.16[21]; ESTC R211346 1,377 1 View Text
A51797 The Manner of the King's tryal at Westminster-hall, by the High Court of Justice, from January the 24th to January the 27th, 1648 also the manner of his being put to death at White-hall, near the Banquetting-house, on the 30th day of January, 1648, with his speech made upon the scaffold before he was beheaded : to the tune of Aim not too high, &c. 1682 (1682) Wing M475A; ESTC R35013 1,850 1 View Text
A95074 The True manner of the Kings tryal at Westminster-Hall, by the high Court of Justice, from the twentieth day of January 1649, to the seven and twentieth of the same month. Also the true manner of his being put to death at White-hall, near the Banqueting House the 30 of January, with his speech made upon the scaffold before hee was beheaded. To the tune of, Aim not too high. 1650 (1650) Wing T2760A; ESTC R185581 1,864 1 View Text
A84227 The examination of Mr. VVil. Prynne, by order of the House of Commons; with his answer. Likewise several votes in prosecution of the tryal of the Kings Majesty in the Painted-Chamber, Westminster. Also the tryal of Sir Robert Stuart, by the Lord General and the General Councel of the Army. Together with a letter from Holland, certifying the landing of Alderman Langham, and Alderman Bunch, to the House of Commons. Imprimatur, G.M. England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons. 1649 (1649) Wing E3720; Thomason E537_30; ESTC R201914 2,033 9 View Text
A82427 An act for the abolishing the kingly office in England, Ireland, and the dominions thereunto belonging.; Laws, etc. England and Wales.; Scobell, Henry, d. 1660.; England and Wales. Parliament. 1649 (1649) Wing E1086A; ESTC R212317 2,157 4 View Text
A82426 An act for the abolishing the kingly office in England, Ireland, and the dominions thereunto belonging. England and Wales. Parliament. 1649 (1649) Wing E1086; Thomason 669.f.14[2]; ESTC R211050 2,224 1 View Text
A80167 The spirit of the phanatiqves dissected. And the solemne league and covenant solemnly discussed in 30 queries. By William Collinne, gent. Collinne, William. 1660 (1660) Wing C5354; Thomason E1017_39; ESTC R208238 2,354 8 View Text
B02353 Considerations divine, rational, and political, calculated for the present state of affairs in England, and offered to the consideration of every true-hearted English-man. 1660 (1660) Wing C5908C; ESTC R176648 2,503 1 View Text
A77463 A Brief relation of the proceedings of the High Court of Justice against Sir Henry Slingsby and Doctor John Hewet, who for treason against His Highness the Lord Protector, and the Commonwealth, in plotting and contriving a new and bloody war, by bringing in Charles Stuart into this nation, were both beheaded on Tower-Hill, on Tuesday the 8th of this instant June. : Also their last speech and confession at the said place of execution. 1658 (1658) Wing B4633A; ESTC R175600 2,586 14 View Text
A80125 Collections of notes taken at the Kings tryall, at VVestminster Hall, on Saturday last, Janua. 20. 1648. And the charge of high treason read against the King. VVith the several speeches made by the King, the Lord president, and the councell which exhibited the charge against him. Which notes were taken by H. Walker, who was present at the tryall that day. January 20. 1648. Imprimatur Theodore Jennings. 1649 (1649) Wing C5217; Thomason E538_27; ESTC R206055 2,645 8 View Text
A88355 A list of the princes, dukes, earls, lords, knights, generals, maior generalls, &c. and colonells, of the Scots Kings party slaine and taken prisoners Duke Hamilton: Lieu. Gen. Leshly. E. Derby beheaded. Lieu G. Middleton. Maj. Gen. White. Maj G. Montgomery. Maj. G Roe Oneal. Maj. Gen. Graves. Maj. Gen. Maffey Bishop of Clogher Gen. 1651 (1651) Wing L2494; Thomason 669.f.16[29]; ESTC R211398 2,688 1 View Text
A83654 The charge of the Commons of England, against Charls Stuart, King of England, of high treason, and other high crimes, exhibited to the High Court of Justice, by John Cook Esquire, Solicitor General, appointed by the said Court, for, and on the behalf of the people of England. As it was read to him by the clerk in the said court, as soon as Mr. Solicitor General for the Kingdom had impeached him, in the name of the Commons of England, at his first araignment, Saturday, Ian. 20. 1648. Examined by the original copy. Imprimatur, Gilbert Mabbot. England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons. 1649 (1649) Wing E2537; Thomason E540_5; Thomason E541_18; ESTC R205748 2,733 12 View Text
A82234 The declaration of the states of Holland and Friezland, concerning Prince Charles, and the Parliament of England; and their proclamation to be proclaimed throughout the United Provinces; with a message and declaration to His Highnesse, and his desires proposals to the states. Also, a proclamation to be proclaimed throughout the cities of London and VVestminster (this present Thursday) concerning the said Prince Charles. 1649 (1649) Wing D768; Thomason E556_14; ESTC R205768 2,923 8 View Text
A95079 A true narration of the title, government, and cause of the death of the late Charls Stuart King of England. VVritten for the satisfaction of all those that are not wilfully obstinate for a regal government, and neglecters or contemners of their own just liberties. Published by authority. 1649 (1649) Wing T2765; Thomason E541_14; ESTC R2083 3,066 11 View Text
A80126 Collections of notes taken at the Kings Tryall, at Westminster Hall, on Munday last, Janua. 22. 1648. 1649 (1649) Wing C5218; Thomason E538_30; ESTC R206057 3,120 9 View Text
A48679 A List of the names of those pretended judges who sat, and sentenced to death, our sovereign King Charles the First in the place which they called the high-court of justice, January 27, 1648 : and also of those 35 witnesses sworn against the said King, the sentence read against him with the catalogue of the names of those that subscribed and sealed the warrant for his execution, and the manner of his cruel murther. 1649 (1649) Wing L2478A; ESTC R21440 3,190 1 View Text
A80898 A declaration of His Highnesse the Lord Protector for a day of publick thanksgiving England and Wales. Lord Protector (1653-1658 : O. Cromwell); Cromwell, Oliver, 1599-1658. 1658 (1658) Wing C7067; Thomason E1073_5; ESTC R208257 3,282 9 View Text
A32120 His Majesties speech on the scaffold at White-Hall on Tuesday last Jan. 30 before the time of his coming to the block of execution and a declaration of the deportment of the said Charles Stuart before he was executed to the great admiration of the people : and a proclamation of the Commons of England assembled in Parliament to be published throughout the Kingdoms prohibiting the proclaiming of any person to be King of England, Ireland or the dominions thereof : also A letter from the north to a member of the Army containing the declaration and resolutions of the Northern Army touching the late King of England and the lofty cedars of the city of London. Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649.; England and Wales. Parliament. 1649 (1649) Wing C2792B; ESTC R29203 3,299 10 View Text
A85603 The great memorial or, A list of the names of those pretended judges vvho sate, and sentenced our late soveraign King Charles the First, in the place which they called the High Court of Justice, January 27. 1648. And also of those witnesses sworne against the said King; the sentence read against him; with the catalogue of the names of those that subscribed and sealed the warrant for his execution; and the manner of his cruel murther. 1660 (1660) Wing G1709; Thomason 669.f.25[9]; ESTC R211883 3,387 2 View Text
B03513 The great memorial: or, A list of the names of those pretended judges who sate [sic], and sentenced our late soveraign King Charles the First, in the place which they called the High Court of Justice, January 27. 1648. And also of those thirty five witnesses sworn against the said king; the sentence read against him; with the catalogue of the names of those that subscribed and sealed the warrant for his execution; and the manner of his cruel murther. 1660 (1660) Wing G1710; ESTC R177592 3,406 1 View Text
A84920 A proclamation of his Excellency: Tho. L. Fairfax, L. Gen. requiring all persons who have engaged for the King in the first or latter warres now in London, to depart the City, and ten miles distant therefrom, within twenty foure houres after the publication hereof. With a petition of the officers and souldiers, together with the wel-affected inhabitants in the Isle of Weight [sic], Portsmouth, and Hurst, presented to his Excellency. / Published by speciall command. Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1612-1671.; England and Wales. Army. 1649 (1649) Wing F220; Thomason E537_36; ESTC R19801 3,418 8 View Text
A78318 A catalogue of the names of so many of those commissioners as sate and sentenced the late King Charles to death, Saturday the 27. of Ianuary, Anno 1648. in tendency to the executing the said sentence, which was accordingly done on the 30. of the said Ian. 1648. Of divers commissioners called, there appeared seventy two, whose names hereafter follow, viz. ... 1660 (1660) Wing C1388; Thomason E1017_7; ESTC R207964 3,450 8 View Text
A88907 The declaration of Major Gen. Massey upon his death-bed at Leicester: with his protestation, acknowledgment, and proposals, concerning the King of Scots, religion, and covenant; together with his remonstrance, or letter, written by his own hand; and subscribed Edward Massey. Also, the Scots Kings speech to the said Major Gen. upon his departure from him neer Worcester; the totall routing of the rest of his forces in Cheshire: Col. Humes, Col. Hambleton Col. Hart, and divers other officers and soldiers taken prisoners: with the number killed; and the manner how Charles Stuart forced his passage through forty club-men, and so escaped towards Scotland. Likewise, Captain Sympkins speech at the place of execution in Chester, who was shot to death on Tuesday last, for assisting the aforesaid Charles Stuart against the Parliament. Massey, Edward, Sir, 1619?-1674? 1651 (1651) Wing M1035; Thomason E641_15; ESTC R206720 3,453 8 View Text
A74516 An ordinance for uniting Scotland into one common-wealth with England. Wednesday April 12. 1654. Ordered by his Highness the Lord Protector, and his Council, that this ordinance be forthwith printed and published. Henry Scobell, Clerk of the Council. England and Wales. Lord Protector (1653-1658 : O. Cromwell); England and Wales. Council of State. 1654 (1654) Thomason E1063_30; ESTC R209584 3,473 10 View Text
A86746 The humble petition and addresse of the officers of the Army, to the Parliament of the Common-Wealth of England, &c. Thursday, May 12, 1659. Ordered by the officers of the Army, that this petition and address be forthwith printed and published. Thomas Sandford Secretary. England and Wales. Army. 1659 (1659) Wing H3428; Thomason E983_7; ESTC R7769 3,506 15 View Text
A80129 Collections of notes taken at the Kings Tryall, at Westminster Hall, on Saturday last, Janua. 27. 1648. VVith the sentence denounced against the King who is condemned to be beheaded. 1649 (1649) Wing C5220; Thomason E540_9; ESTC R205755 3,554 8 View Text
A97000 Serious observations lately made, touching his Majesty Charles the Second, King of England, Scotland,France & Ireland. King Charles Stuart, in Hebrew thus: [Hebrew] translated into English, is thus, the King hath prepared a refreshing, hee hath crushed it out of the rock by degrees. Published to inform the people, per H. Walker. S.S.T.S. Walker, Henry, Ironmonger. 1660 (1660) Wing W383; Thomason E1035_14; ESTC R209295 3,592 8 View Text
A80128 Collections of notes taken at the Kings Tryall, at Westminster Hall, on Tuesday last, Janua. 23. 1648. Also a paper of instructions intercepted, comming from Scotland, to the Scots Commissioners, concerning the King. 1649 (1649) Wing C5219; Thomason E539_4; ESTC R205696 3,612 8 View Text
A23808 A catalogue of the noblemen and peers of the kingdom of England according to their birth and creatio[n] in the reign of Charles the Second, King of England, Scotland, France and Ireland collected by E. Alleyn. Alleyn, E. 1662 (1662) Wing A1199; ESTC R11571 3,768 1 View Text
A74825 A continuation of the narrative being the third and fourth days proceedings of the High Court of Iustice sitting in Westminster Hall Jan. 23. concerning the tryal of the King: with the several speeches of the King, Lord President, & solicitor General. Published by authority to prevent false and impertinent relations. To these proceedings of the tryall of the King, I say, Imprimatur, Gilbert Mabbot. 1649 (1649) Thomason E541_20; Thomason E539_15; ESTC R207218 3,797 9 View Text
A35086 A declaration of His Highnes the Lord Protector for a day of publick thanksgiving with an order of His Highness Council in Scotland for the government thereof for a day of publick thanksgiving in Scotland. England and Wales. Lord Protector (1653-1658 : O. Cromwell); Cromwell, Oliver, 1599-1658. 1658 (1658) Wing C7068; ESTC R25359 4,180 11 View Text
A37585 An Act for the security of His Highnes the Lord Protector his person, and continuance of the nation in peace and safety. At the Parliament begun at Westminster the 17th day of September, an. Dom 1656.; Public General Acts. 1656. England and Wales.; England and Wales. Parliament. Proceedings. 1656. aut 1657 (1657) Wing E1123; ESTC R25056 4,622 12 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
A88536 A looking-glass for traytors being the manner of the tryall of those barbarous wretches at Justice-Hall in the Old-Baily, who contrived and compassed the death of his late Sacred Majesty King Charles the First, of ever blessed memory : with an account of their severall arguments, conviction, condemnation and execution. 1660 (1660) Wing L3034; Thomason 669.f.26[25]; ESTC R210824 4,815 1 View Text
A37391 A declaration of the proceedings in the kingdom of Scotland concerning their native and dread sovereign Charles Stuart, late king of England, and a message to His Highness the Prince of Wales, with the declaration of the Marquis of Argyle and General Lieven concerning the Prince ..., also a letter from the Presbyterian ministers in the kingdome of England to their brethren of Scotland ... and the answer of the ministers of Scotland thereunto. Wilson, H.; Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649. 1649 (1649) Wing D743; ESTC R29704 4,863 10 View Text
A53116 The complaint of liberty & property against arbitrary government dedicated to all true English men, and lovers of liberty, laws, and religion. Nalson, John, 1638?-1686. 1681 (1681) Wing N94; ESTC R5910 4,925 10 View Text
A81558 The pretended high court of justice unbowelled being a caveat for traytors, or, treason condemned and truth vindicated. With severall reasons presented to Oliver Cromwell, four days before the massacring of his Majesty proving the sad sentence passed upon his late sacred Majesty, the 27 of Ianuary 1648. unjust and contrary both to the law of God and these nations. Together with his Majesties speech to a precious jewel then sitting as one of his judges, though formerly a servant to his sacred Majestie. Never publish'd till this day of England's redemption. E. D. 1660 (1660) Wing D16A; ESTC R223234 5,038 8 View Text
A78502 Certamen Brittanicum, Gallico Hispanicum. A true relation of a conference holden between Charles Stuart King of Scots, Don Lewis de Haro, and the Cardinall Mazarine, the two grand favorites of the courts of France and Spaine. Wherein is touched something of the interests of the said states one to the other, and of both in relation to the said King of Scots. As also how much it hath been endeavoured to make him turn Catholike, with his constant resolution to live and dye in the true Protestant religion. Sent in a letter to the Prince of Conde, and by his secretary to a freind of private trust in England, who hath caused the same to be faithfuly rendred into English out of the Spanish copie. 1659 (1659) Wing C1765; Thomason E1005_16; ESTC R207923 5,972 12 View Text
A74819 A continuation of the narrative being the last and final dayes proceedings of the High Court of Iustice sitting in Westminster Hall on Saturday, Jan. 27. concerning the tryal of the King; with the severall speeches of the King, Lord President, & Solicitor General. Together with a copy of the sentence of death upon Charls Stuart king of England. Published by authority to prevent false and impertinent relations. To these proceedings of the tryall of the King, I say, Imprimatur, Gilbert Mabbot. 1649 (1649) Thomason E540_14; Thomason E541_21; ESTC R207223 6,335 15 View Text
A75144 The bloody almanack: or, Astrological predictions, and monethly observations, for the year, 1659. From the motions and configurations of the cœlestial bodies, three great eclipses, one of the Sun, and two of the Moon: wherein is fore-told, the most eminent actions in Europe, ... Further denoting, and setting forth, 1 The victorious proceedings of the English against the Spaniards, ... 2 The strange revolutions and changes, that will attend the affairs and councels, ... 3 The high and magnanimous transactions, of the most illustrious and serene Prince, Charles Gustavus Adolphus, ... 4 The great and glorious victories, obtained by His Royal Majesty, against the Poles and Germans; ... Together with a paraphrase upon His Majesties nativity. 5 The great and wonderful things that are incident both to men, women, and children; the several diseases ... that are most predominant; and sundry rules ... for the preservation of health, the increase of trade, both in city and countrey; and the general good of all trades whatsoever. Livie, John, fl. 1654-1659. 1659 (1659) Wing A1923; Thomason E993_19; ESTC R207783 6,588 8 View Text
A74823 A perfect narrative of the whole proceedings of the High Court of Iustice in the tryal of the King in Westminster Hall, on Saturday the 20. and Monday the 22. of this instant January. With the several speeches of the King, Lord President and Solicitor General. / Published by authority to prevent false and impertinent relations. To these proceedings of the tryal of the King, I say, Imprimatur, Gilbert Mabbot. 1648 (1648) Thomason E541_19; Thomason E538_28; ESTC R207216 6,598 16 View Text
A74486 An act for the establishing an High Court of Justice. Together with 1. An act prohibiting the proclaiming of any person to be king over England or Ireland, or the dominions thereof. 2. An act declaring what offences shall be adjudged treason. 3. An another act declaring what offences shall be adjudged treason. 4. An act for a seal of the Parliament of the Commonwealth of England. Tuesday the 22th of November, 1653. Ordered by the Parliament, that this act passed yesterday, entituled, An act for the establishing an High Court of Justice, be forthwith printed and published: and that the several other acts therein mentioned be printed therewith. Hen: Scobell, Clerk of the Parliament. England and Wales. Parliament. 1653 (1653) Thomason E1062_26; ESTC R209424 6,846 16 View Text
A84162 The voice of the iron rod, to his Highness the Lord Protector: being a seasonable admonition presented to him, and to all judicious men: by Arise Evans. Evans, Arise, b. 1607. 1655 (1655) Wing E3473; Thomason E1474_3; ESTC R209514 6,890 15 View Text
A83536 Two declarations of the Parliament of the commonwealth of England concerning Scotland. Together with several proceedings of the commissioners appointed by the Parliament for ordering and managing affairs in Scotland. England and Wales. Parliament. 1652 (1652) Wing E2394; Thomason E659_19; ESTC R206724 7,700 16 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
A37524 The royal garland of love and delight containing the lives of sundry kings, queens, and princes : with other love songs and sonnets full of delight / by T.D. ; whereunto is added a rare new sonnet of the restauration of our royal soveragn [sic] Charles the Second. Deloney, Thomas, 1543?-1600. 1674 (1674) Wing D967; ESTC R33445 8,158 25 View Text
A88918 Match me these two: or The conviciton [sic] and arraignment of Britannicus and Lilburne. With an answer to a pamphlet, entituled, The parliament of ladies. 1647 (1647) Wing M1077; Thomason E400_9; ESTC R201743 8,685 16 View Text
A88512 Long Parliament-vvork, (if they wil please to do't) for the good of the Common-Wealth: or, The humble desires of the well-affected, revived. Tender'd to the most serious consideration of the Parliament, Army, and others, in XX. proposals, concerning I. Liberty of conscience. ... XX. About hospitalls and alms-houses. 1659 (1659) Wing L2992; Thomason E985_23; ESTC R202776 10,240 16 View Text
A94849 The triall of Mr. John Gerhard, Mr. Peter Vowell, and Sommerset Fox, by the high court of justice sitting in Westminster Hall on Friday 30 June, 1654. With their charge, and a declaration of the particulars of the whole plot to have murthered His Highnesse the Lord Protector, and those of the councill, seized on the guards, the Lord Mayor, and others, and proclaimed Charles Steuart King. With the names of each person chief in the designe, and what each of them did act, and were to do therein. And the testimonies of the severall vvitnesses upon oath, which were Mr. Wiseman, Mr. Hudson, Robert Dale, John Hipwell, Col. Aldridge, Charles Gerhard, John Man, Francis Fox, Mr. Wharton, Mr. Barnes, and Mr. Minors. And the severall pleadings and proceedings of their tryall / Taken in writing in the court by one present at their tryall. Gerard, John, 1632-1654.; Fox, Somerset.; Vowell, Peter, d. 1654. 1654 (1654) Wing T2200; Thomason E231_4; ESTC R13746 10,402 13 View Text
A74298 An act declaring the grounds and causes of making prize the ships and goods that shall be taken from time to time by the Parliaments ships at sea, and for the encouragement of officers, mariners and seamen. Die Martis, 17 April, 1649. Ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that this act be forthwith printed and published. Hen: Scobell, Cleric. Parliament'.; Laws, etc. England and Wales. 1649 (1649) Thomason E1060_21; ESTC R208579 10,653 20 View Text
A82111 A Declaration of several members of the churches of Christ 1654 (1654) Wing D618A; ESTC R176607 10,836 10 View Text
A88548 The Lord Merlins prophecy concerning the King of Scots: foretelling the strange and wonderfull things that shall befall him in England. As also, the time and manner of a dismal and fatall battel; the event and success thereof: a great blowe to be given, and the Northern Chicken inforced to flie to forraign countries for aid & succour. Also, King James his dream. and Queen Ann's prophecy touching the King, and the redusing of England, Scotland, and Ireland from monarchy. With the Lady Sybilla's prophecy, touching the destroying of the nobility, and what shall afterwards befall this nation in government and discipline. Likevvise, the prophecy of Paul Grebner (a German) concerning Charles son of Charles the Emp: foretelling his greatness and victorious conquests. Presented to Queen Elizabeth anno 1582. and recorded in the library of Trinity Colledge in Cambridge, by Dr. Nevill, clerk of her Majesties closet. Merlin Ambrosius, attributed name.; Grebner, Paul.; Anne, Queen, consort of James I, King of England, 1574-1619, attributed name.; James I, King of England, 1566-1625, attributed name. 1651 (1651) Wing L3053; Thomason E640_15; ESTC R202765 10,907 18 View Text
A85753 A Ground voice, or some discoveries offered to the view, with certain queries propounded to the consideration of the whole army in England, Scotland, and Ireland, officers and common-souldiers, horse and foot. VVith certain queries to the Anabaptists in particular that bear any office, either in court or army, under the present self-created politick power. 1655 (1655) Wing G2133; Thomason E860_1; ESTC R206636 11,106 8 View Text
A86339 The process, and pleadings in the court of Spain upon the death of Anthonie Ascham resident for the Parliament of England, and of John Baptista Riva his interpreter, who were kill'd by John Guillim, William Spark, Valentine Progers, Jo. Halsal, William Arnet, Henrie Progers. Who are all in close prison in Madrid for the said fact, except Henry Progers, who fled to the Venetian ambassador's hous, and so escaped. / Sent from Madrid from a person of qualitie and made English. Hierro, Agustín de, 17th cent.; Howell, James, 1594?-1666.; R. W. 1651 (1651) Wing H1944; Thomason E636_3; ESTC R202579 11,479 19 View Text
A93800 Severall informations and examinations taken concerning Lieutenant Colonell Iohn Lilburn, shewing his apostacy to the party of Charles Stuart: and what his intentions are in coming over into England out of Flanders. Berkenhead, Isaac. 1653 (1653) Wing S5255; Thomason E705_14; ESTC R35307 11,606 16 View Text
A27468 Several informations and examinations taken concerning Lieutenant Colonell John Lilburn shewing his apostacy to the party of Charles Stewart, and what his intentions are in coming over into England out of Flanders. Berkenhead, Isaac. 1653 (1653) Wing B1977; ESTC R235834 11,635 17 View Text
A82110 A Declaration of several of the Churches of Christ, and godly people in and about the citie of London; concerning the kingly interest of Christ, and the present suffrings of his cause and saints in England. 1654 (1654) Wing D618; Thomason E809_15; ESTC R207568 12,283 28 View Text
A28251 The warnings of the Lord to the King of England and his Parliament as they were wrote and sent by his servant, George Bishope. Bishop, George, d. 1668. 1667 (1667) Wing B3015; ESTC R5711 12,982 22 View Text
A92209 Little Benjamin or truth discovering error: being a clear and full answer unto the letter, subscribed by 47 ministers of the province of London, and presented to his Excellency, January 18. 1648. To inform the ignorant satisfie the desirous of the concurrent proceedings the Parliament and Army. In taking away the life of Charles Stuart, late King of England, together with, &c. / By a reall lover of all those, who love peace and truth. February 17. 1648. Imprimatur Gil. Mabbot. Reading, John, 1588-1667. 1649 (1649) Wing R449; Thomason E544_4; ESTC R205982 14,178 22 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
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
A87444 A just and cleere refutation of a false and scandalous pamphlet, entituled, Babylons fall in Maryland, &c. and, a true discovery of certaine strange and inhumane proceedings of some ungratefull people in Maryland, towards those who formerly preserved them in time of their greatest distresse. To which is added a law in Maryland concerning religion, and a declaration concerning the same. / By John Langford Gentleman, Servant to the Lord Baltemore. Langford, John, Gentleman, servant to Lord Baltimore. 1655 (1655) Wing J1220; Wing L387; Thomason E853_25; ESTC R16909 16,616 35 View Text
A48390 The life and death of Charles the First King of Great Britain, France and Ireland: containing an account of his sufferings; his tryal, sentence, and dying words on the scaffold; and his sorrowful farewel and advice to his children, and the whole nation in general. 1690 (1690) Wing L1992A; ESTC R216673 16,808 17 View Text
A24049 The royal almanack containing a succinct account of the most memorable actions of K. William III : with the year and day of the month when they happened / composed by P. Vincent Coronelli, cosmographer to the most serene republick of Venice, and presented to his Majesty by himself. Coronelli, Vincenzo, 1650-1718. 1696 (1696) Wing A1469B; ESTC R225071 17,546 32 View Text
A63183 The triall of Mr Mordaunt, second son to John Earl of Peterburgh at the pretended High Court of Justice in Westminster-Hall, the first and second of June, 1658. With some passages before and after it. T. W. 1661 (1661) Wing T2203A; ESTC R221779 18,091 51 View Text
A47904 The reformation reform'd, or, A short history of new-fashion'd Christians occasioned by Franck Smith's Yesterdays paper of votes, September, 2. 1681. L'Estrange, Roger, Sir, 1616-1704. 1651 (1651) Wing L1287; ESTC R20451 18,779 40 View Text
A38775 A rule from heaven, or, VVholsom counsel to a distracted state wherein is discovered the onely way for settling the good old cause and removing the maladies incident thereunto : and Mr. Pugh his prophesies opened / by Arise Evans. Evans, Arise, b. 1607. 1659 (1659) Wing E3463; ESTC R14509 19,866 63 View Text
A63182 The triall of Mr. John Gibbons, in Westminster-Hall, before the High-Court of Justice, beginning July 18. 1651 Gibbons, John, d. 1651. 1652 (1652) Wing T2200A; ESTC R203889 21,228 22 View Text
A10283 The memorie of the most worthie and renowmed Bernard Stuart, Lord D'Aubigni renewed VVhereunto are added vvishes presented to the Prince at his creation. By Walter Quin, seruant to his Highnesse. Quin, Walter. 1619 (1619) STC 20566; ESTC S110563 24,989 50 View Text
A26069 The royal apology, or, An answer to the rebels plea wherein the most noted anti-monarchial tenents, first, published by Doleman the Jesuite, to promote a bill of exclusion against King James, secondly, practised by Bradshaw and the regicides in the actual murder of King Charles the 1st, thirdly, republished by Sidney and the associators to depose and murder His present Majesty, are distinctly consider'd : with a parallel between Doleman, Bradshaw, Sidney and other of the true-Protestant party. Assheton, William, 1641-1711. 1684 (1684) Wing A4038; ESTC R648 26,293 69 View Text
A47801 An answer to the Appeal from the country to the city L'Estrange, Roger, Sir, 1616-1704. 1679 (1679) Wing L1197; ESTC R36247 27,086 41 View Text
A63917 A sermon preached at Epsom upon the 9th of September, being the day of thanksgiving appointed by His Majesty for the discovery and disappointment of the Republican Plot, and now made publick to obviate false reports by John Turner ... Turner, John, b. 1649 or 50. 1683 (1683) Wing T3317; ESTC R38379 29,169 46 View Text
A85469 The coming of God in mercy, in vengeance; beginning with fire, to convert, or consume, at this so sinful city London: oh! London, London. Gostelo, Walter. 1658 (1658) Wing G1319; Thomason E1612_3; Thomason E1833_1; ESTC R202235 30,426 80 View Text
A30561 A visitation and presentation of love unto the King, and those call'd Royallists Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. 1660 (1660) Wing B6054; ESTC R14966 32,299 40 View Text
A40452 [The bleeding Iphigenia or An excellent preface of a work unfinished, published by the authors frind, [sic] with the reasons of publishing it.] French, Nicholas, 1604-1678. 1675 (1675) Wing F2177; ESTC R215791 32,472 106 View Text
A35082 A copy of the letter from His Excellency the Lord Generall Cromwell, sent to the members of Parliament called to take upon them the trust of the government of this common-vvealth : which began on Munday the fourth of June, 1653, the day appointed by the letters of summons from his Excellency the Lord Gen. Cromwell for the meeting of these gentlemen : with severall transactions since that time. Cromwell, Oliver, 1599-1658. 1656 (1656) Wing C7054; ESTC R5464 33,160 60 View Text
A57626 A rope for Pol, or, A hue and cry after Marchemont Nedham, the late surrulous news-writer being a collection of his horrid blasphemies and revilings against the king's majesty, his person, his cause, and his friends, published in his weekly Politicus. Nedham, Marchamont, 1620-1678. 1660 (1660) Wing R1928; ESTC R19527 33,291 50 View Text
A77067 The labyrinth the kingdom's in: with a golden threed to bring it forth into light, liberty, and peace agen. Being a brief but impartial history of the good and evil of the former, later, and present power of the nation, as it relates to God and the people. The result is a plea for the restauration of all in Christ (the kingdoms rest,) who is expected to appear more in the present, then in any former power of the nation. / By R. Bacon, a lover of mankinde. Bacon, Robert, M.A. 1649 (1649) Wing B369; Thomason E541_26; ESTC R204342 33,585 52 View Text
A86729 Digitus testium, or A dreadful alarm to the vvhole kingdom, especially the Lord Major, the aldermen, and the Common-Councel of the City of London. Or a short discourse of the excellency of Englands lawes and religion. Together, with the antiquity of both, and the famous Kings that England hath had to defend both the religion and the laws against the heathen Romish emperours, and against the Romish power, under Popes. With the several plots the Popes of Rome have used against the Kings of England, to throwe them down, and how of late he hath prevailed against the magistracy and ministery of England, his new designes, and manner of progress: together, with a serious view of the new oath or ingagement, with 22. queries upon the same. And also objections made against the non-subscribers thereof answered. Let the ingenuous reader take so much pains, as to read that incomparable peece of vindication of a treatise of monarchy by way of discovery of three main points thereof. Hall, Henry, d. 1680, attributed name.; Hall, Edmund, 1619 or 20-1687, attributed name. 1651 (1651) Wing H339A; Thomason E621_13; ESTC R206419 34,005 37 View Text
A34423 King Charls, his case, or, An appeal to all rational men concerning his tryal at the High Court of Justice : being for the most part that which was intended to have been delivered at the bar, if the king had pleaded to the charge, and put himself upon a fair tryal : with an additional opinion concerning the death of King James, the loss of Rochel, and the blood of Ireland / by John Cook ... Cook, John, d. 1660. 1649 (1649) Wing C6025; ESTC R20751 34,094 43 View Text
A25572 The Answer to the appeal expounded L'Estrange, Roger, Sir, 1616-1704. Answer to the Appeal from the country to the city. 1680 (1680) Wing A3385; ESTC R16973 34,388 37 View Text
A57191 Great Britains jubile, or, A rural present to His Royall Majesty, my gracious, renowned and admired soveraign, Charles the IJd of Great Britain, France, and Ireland, King, defender of the faith, &c. in divers panegyricks and poems on several objects, persons, and occasions : relating to his sacred person, and progress / by Lancelot Reynolds, Gent. Reynolds, Lancelot. 1662 (1662) Wing R1319; ESTC R12010 34,891 114 View Text
A47110 The genealogies of the high-born Prince & Princess, George and Anne of Denmark, &c. shewing the lineal descent of these two noble and illustrious families : with their matches, issue, times of death, places of sepulchre, impresses, devices, &c. from the year of grace M. to this present year, MDCLXXXIV ... H. K. (Henry Keepe), 1652-1688. 1684 (1684) Wing K124A; ESTC R8240 35,035 128 View Text
A28438 Janua scientiarum, or, A compendious introduction to geography, chronology, government, history, phylosophy, and all genteel sorts of literature by Charles Blount ... Blount, Charles, 1654-1693. 1684 (1684) Wing B3306; ESTC R2203 36,273 146 View Text
A53369 The discovery of the Popish Plot being the several examinations of Titus Oates, D.D., before the High Court of Parliament, the Lord Chief Justice, Sir Edmund-Bury Godfry, and several other of His Majesty's justices of the peace. Oates, Titus, 1649-1705. 1679 (1679) Wing O34; ESTC R41099 37,428 50 View Text
A59394 The several tryals of Sir Henry Slingsby, Kt., John Hewet, D.D., and John Mordant, Esq., for high treason, in Westminster-Hall together with the Lord President's speech before the sentence of death was pronounced against the afore named Sir H. Slingsby and Dr. Hewet, being the 2 of June, 1658, at which time the said Mr. Mordant was by the court acquitted : as also the manner of their execution on Tower-Hill the 8 of June following, with the substance of their speeches on the scaffold. Slingsby, Henry, Sir, 1602-1658.; Hewit, John, 1614-1658.; Mordaunt, John Mordaunt, Viscount, 1627-1675. 1658 (1658) Wing S2814; ESTC R37358 40,065 33 View Text
B04342 News from Parnassus, in the abstracts and contents of three crown'd chronicles, relating to the three kingdoms of England, Scotland and Ireland. In a poem, divided into two parts : first, to the king, secondly, to the subjects of the said three kingdoms. Dedicated to His Majesty. / By a servant to Mars, and a lover of the muses, William Mercer. Mercer, William, 1605?-1675? 1682 (1682) Wing M1740; ESTC R180533 40,838 104 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
A40752 A Further narrative of the passages of these times in the Common-wealth of England an act for renouncing and disanulling the pretended title of Charls Stuart, and for the taking away of the Court of Wards and Liveries, the judgment ... against James Naylor the Quaker : with the triall of Miles Sundercombe ... 1658 (1658) Wing F2560A; ESTC R38753 41,953 62 View Text
A43676 No King but Jesus, or, The Walls of tyrannie razed and the foundations of unjust monarchy discovered to the view of all that desire to see it wherein is undeniably proved that no king is the Lords anointed but Jesus ... / by Henry Haggar. Haggar, Henry. 1652 (1652) Wing H187; ESTC R31087 42,037 60 View Text
A53554 A true narrative of the horrid plot and conspiracy of the popish party against the life of His Sacred Majesty, the government and the Protestant religion : with a list of such noblemen, gentlemen and others as were the conspirators, and the head-officers both civil and military that were to effect it / humbly presented to His Most Excellent Majesty by Titus Oates. Oates, Titus, 1649-1705. 1679 (1679) Wing O59; ESTC R26889 44,385 83 View Text
A46813 Beaufrons, or, A new-discovery of treason under the fair-face and mask of religion, and of liberty and conscience : in an answer to the Protestant reconciler ... / by one of His Majestie's chaplains. Jenner, David, d. 1691. 1683 (1683) Wing J657; ESTC R32980 46,367 116 View Text
A75357 Anglia liberata, or, The rights of the people of England, maintained against the pretences of the Scotish King, as they are set forth in an Answer to the Lords Ambassadors propositions of England. Which ansvver was delivered into the Great Assembly of the United Provinces at the Hague, by one Mac-Donnel, who entitles himself Resident for his Majesty, &c. June 28/18 1651: and is here published according to the Dutch copy. Whereto is added a translation of certain animadversions upon the answer of Mac-Donnel. Written by an ingenious Dutch-man. As also an additional reply to all the pretended arguments, insinuations and slanders, set forth in the said Scotish answer written a while since by a private pen, and now presented to the publick. MacDonnell, William, Sir.; Ingenious Dutch-man. 1651 (1651) Wing A3178; Thomason E643_7; ESTC R18922 48,537 72 View Text
A57020 A Reply to the answer Doctor Welwood has made to King James's declaration which declaration was dated at St. Germaines, April 17th, S.N., 1693 and published also in the Paris Gazett, June 20th, 1693. Welwood, James, 1652-1727. 1694 (1694) Wing R1066; ESTC R24075 49,724 48 View Text