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A28608 Animadvertions on the papists most wicked and bloody oath of secrecy given to Robert Bolron by William Ruston a Jesuit, for the murdering of kings, princes, and their people, and carrying on their devilish and hellish designs for subverting the Protestant religion in England and Ireland. Bolron, Robert, fl. 1674-1680. 1681 (1681) Wing B3500; ESTC R27216 2,408 2 View Text
B04968 Queries relateing to the present state of England 1689 (1689) Wing Q173B; ESTC R182315 2,433 4 View Text
A97084 X. solid and serious queries: concerning the power of church discipline pleaded by some of the clergy to be in them iure divino, and by the will and appointment of Jesus Christ. With a three-fold distinction of power; humaine rationall, and divine, flowing from the Parliament, the consciences, and the spirit of God, unto which all men are bound to submit. Also an admonition to the Parliament to promote the restitution of true religion, and reformation of Gods church, to the abandoning all popish remnants, both in ceremonies and regiment, and also to bring in, and place in Gods church, those things only wch [sic] the Lord himselfe commandeth, with the platforme of a church reformed. Composed by many learned, religious and godly ministers, and proved out of Gods Word. And a vew [sic] of popish abuses remaining in the prelacy with the copies of some private letters written; and sent to some of them worthy His Majesties consideration. / by [brace] R. Gualter. T.B. &c. [brace] ministers of Gods Word. Gwalther, Rudolf, 1519-1586.; Bèze, Théodore de, 1519-1605. 1646 (1646) Wing W652A; Thomason E335_4; ESTC R200773 3,153 7 View Text
A76414 Nevves from Rome, or A true relation of the conference which the Pope held with three of his chiefe cardinals, and a Dominican fryer, in his palace at Rome, against Bohemia, and these parts of England, Scotland, and Ireland. At which time a letter was forged from the Emperour to the King of France. And all the proceedings in their discourse, and the sharpe tants that the Pope received from his Ieaster at the same time : and the issue thereof. There were in this conference, 1 the Pope himselfe. 2 Burghesius. 3 Cæsario. 4 Romanio. 5 a Dominican fryer. 6 the Popes ieaster.; Newes from Rome. T.B. 1641 (1641) Wing B193; Thomason E172_38; ESTC R14740 3,365 8 View Text
A51119 The Spanish Otes, or, The unparallel'd imposture of Michael de Molina, executed at Madrid in the year 1641 faithfully translated out of Spanish.; Tratado de falsedades. English Quiñones de Benavente, Juan de, 1600-1650.; Molina, Miguel de, d. 1641. 1685 (1685) Wing M2386; ESTC R1132 4,278 7 View Text
B06844 The orange gazette. With allowance. From Friday February 22. to Tuesday February 26. 1688/9.; Orange gazette (London, England : 1688). no. 15. Curtis, Jane, fl. 1680. 1689 (1689) 4,673 2 View Text
A80306 A conference betweene the Pope, the Emperour, and the King of Spaine. Holden in the castle of St. Angelo in Rome, upon the entertainment of some great persons after mentioned, touching the subverting of the Protestant profession in England, and other parts of Christendome. And concerning the present distractions here in England between the King and Parliament. 1642 (1642) Wing C5727; Thomason E155_10; ESTC R11137 4,890 8 View Text
A80650 A briefe abstract of the question of precedency, betweene England and Spain Occasioned by Sir Henry Nevil Knight, the Queen of Englands embassadour, and the embassadour of Spain at Callys, before commissioners appointed by the French King: who had moved a treaty of peace in the two and fortieth yeare of the reigne of the same Queen, by Robert Cotton Esquire, at the commandement of the Queens Majesty. Cotton, Robert, Sir, 1571-1631. 1642 (1642) Wing C6482A; Thomason E128_2; ESTC R231682 4,935 8 View Text
A23575 Certayne questions demaunded and asked by the noble realme of Englande, of her true naturall chyldren and subiectes of the same 1555 (1555) STC 9981; ESTC S117390 4,972 14 View Text
A14426 A continued iournall of all the proceedings of the Duke of Buckingham his Grace in the Ile of Ree, containing these particulars The strong siedge of the French King before the towne of Rochell. The state of the towne of Rochell, with the demolishing of the new fort, which the Kings brother was building vpon the point Blanchine, by the Rochellers. The state of the English army vnder the conduct of the Duke of Buckingham. The surprising of nine boates of the enemies, which would have releeued the fort. The French in the fort driuen vnto a parley. The new supplies of the fort. The now state of the fort with the surpizing [sic] of the outworkes of the same. The supplies the Rochellers haue sent vnto the Duke. The funerall of Sir Iohn Borrowes. With many other occurences of note. Published by authority. 1627 (1627) STC 24745; ESTC S111541 5,149 16 View Text
A89953 A new-come guest to the tovvne. That is, the descriminant oath which the Earle of Newcastle imposeth upon the countie and citie of Yorke, and all others under his command and power, violently abusing them to the maintaining of this unnaturall warre against the Parliament, to the ruine of the kingdome, and themselves. Written by a Yorke-shire gentleman, for the good (especially) of his countriemen. With a particular list of the names of the most violent papists (men of that qualitie) and others that bare armes, or are ayding and assisting to the Earle of New-castle. Yorke-shire gentleman.; Newcastle, William Cavendish, Duke of, 1592-1676, attributed name. 1644 (1644) Wing N600; Thomason E50_14; ESTC R23275 5,406 8 View Text
A95010 A true coppie of a prophesie which was found in old ancient house of one Master Truswell, sometime recorder of a towne in Lincolne-shire. Which in all mens judgements was not unwritten these 300 yeares. And supposed to be seene still in a writing of parchment, at Stow in the aforesaid countie, being the mother church of Lincolne Minster. Whereunto is added Mother Shiptons prophesies. Shipton, Mother (Ursula); Truswell, Mr. 1642 (1642) Wing T2633; Thomason E149_16; ESTC R2892 5,650 10 View Text
A46860 The Jesuites plea In ansvver to a letter written by a minister, entituled, Lying allowable with papists to deceive Protestants. 1679 (1679) Wing J722; ESTC R216571 7,275 15 View Text
A13422 The booke of martyrs· VVherein are set downe the names of such martyrs as suffered persecution, and laid downe theire lives for witnesse-bearing unto the Gospell of Christ Jesus; drawne downe from the primitive Church, to these later times, especially respecting such as have suffered in this land under the tyranny of Antichrist, in opposition to popish errours. Taylor, John, 1580-1653. 1639 (1639) STC 23733; ESTC S118187 7,444 40 View Text
A90146 A balm presented to these nations, England, Scotland, and Ireland to cure the wounds of the bleeding Protestants, and open the eyes of the deluded papists, that are ignorant of the truth ... or, A seasonable antidote against the errors of popery and pernitious [sic] doctrines of the Church of Rome ... By T.O. ... Oates, Titus, 1649-1705. 1680 (1680) Wing O31B; ESTC R42274 8,035 25 View Text
A42051 Omilia eiréniké, or, A thanksgiving sermon for peace abroad with motives to unity at home, especially in matters of religion : preach'd at Hambleden in the county of Bucks on Thursday the second day of December, 1697 / by Francis Gregory ... Gregory, Francis, 1625?-1707. 1697 (1697) Wing G1897; ESTC R39481 9,967 28 View Text
A90242 Nevv Lambeth fayre newly consecrated and presented by the Pope himselfe, cardinals, bishops, Iesuits, &c. VVherein all Romes reliques are set at sale, with the old fayre corrected and enlarged, opening and vending the whole mistery of iniquity. By Richard Overton. VVith remarkable annotations declaring under what pope, and in what yeare of our Lord every relique and ceremonie came into the Church. Overton, Richard, fl. 1646. 1642 (1642) Wing O631A; Thomason E138_16; ESTC R16194 13,132 18 View Text
A48302 Lex talionis, or, An enquiry into the most proper ways to prevent the persecution of the Protestants in France Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731. 1698 (1698) Wing L1863; ESTC R33482 14,039 32 View Text
A04534 The Duke of Saxonie his iubilee with a short chronologie. Both shewing the goodnesse of God, in blessing the Gospel of Christ, since Luther first opposed the Popes pardons. Johann Georg I, Elector of Saxony, 1585-1656. aut; W. S., fl. 1618. 1618 (1618) STC 14656; ESTC S106548 14,071 29 View Text
A43922 The History of the divorce of Henry VIII and Katharine of Arragon with the defence of Sanders : the resutation of the two first books of the history of the reformation of Dr. Burnett, by Joachim le Grand : with Dr. Burnett's answer and vindication of himself. 1688 (1688) Wing H2157; ESTC R12003 14,763 16 View Text
A50025 The history of the divorce of Henry VIII and Katharine of Arragon with the defence of Sanders, the refutation of the two first books of The history of the reformation of Dr. Burnett / by Joachim le Grand ; with Dr. Burnett's answer and vindication of himself.; Histoire du divorce de Henry VIII, roy d'Angleterre, et de Catherine d'Arragon. English Le Grand, Joachim, 1653-1733. 1690 (1690) Wing L960; ESTC R12003 14,775 16 View Text
A42409 An essay upon the fourth and fifth chapters of the Revelation shewing that the Church of England B.L.E. is particularly describ'd in those chapters / by Walter Garrett ... Garrett, Walter. 1690 (1690) Wing G269; ESTC R6105 15,525 19 View Text
A08067 [A briefe cronicle and perfect rehearsall of all the memorable actions hapned not onelie in the Low Countries, but also in Germanie, Italy, Fraunce, Spaine, England, Turkie, and other countries since the yeare of our Lord 1500 to this present yeare 1598.] 1598 (1598) STC 18433; ESTC S119983 17,172 72 View Text
B07995 The Catholikes supplication vnto the Kings Maiestie, for toleration of Catholike religion in England: with short notes or animaduersions in the margine. : Whereunto is annexed parallel-wise, a supplicatorie counterpoyse of the Protestants, vnto the same most excellent Maiestie. : Together with the reasons of both sides, for and against toleration of diuers religions.. Powel, Gabriel, 1576-1611. 1603 (1603) STC 20141.5; ESTC S94766 17,197 37 View Text
A90212 Speedy advice to all Roman Catholicks; especially, those concerned in Scotland and Ireland Oates, Titus, 1649-1705. 1689 (1689) Wing O56aA; ESTC R230350 17,548 24 View Text
A53528 Sound advice to Roman Catholics, especially the residue of poor, seduced and deluded Papists in England who obstinately shut both eyes and ears against the clearest light of the Gospel of Christ and surest evidences of Scripture and reason to which is added a Word to the people called Quakers / by T.O. Oates, Titus, 1649-1705. 1689 (1689) Wing O56; ESTC R15543 17,650 24 View Text
A34790 A letter written to Dr. Burnet, giving an account of Cardinal Pool's secret powers from which it appears, that it was never intended to confirm the alienation that was made of abbeylands : to which are added, two breves that Card. Pool brought over, and some other of his letters, that were never before printed. Coventry, William, Sir, 1628?-1686.; Pole, Reginald, 1500-1558. 1685 (1685) Wing C6631; ESTC R17149 17,951 40 View Text
A60722 Sodom fair: or, The market of the man of sin Containing, a true account of the prices of the Pope's pardons and dispensations; being a treatise very useful and necessary for all young English papists who intend to take Holy Orders, or travel through Italy; and all such as intend to be cheated both out of their souls and money. To which is added, the history of adultery, as it is now at Rome by law established; with the life of Clement the Sixth, and blasphamous bull which he published for the year of jubele, 1350. 1688 (1688) Wing S4417AD; ESTC R221570 18,300 35 View Text
A11771 Aphorismes of state or Certaine secret articles for the re-edifying of the Romish Church agreed vpon, and approued in councell, by the Colledge of Cardinalls in Rome, shewed and deliuered vnto Pope Gregory the 15. a little before his death. Whereunto is annexed a censure vpon the chiefe points of that which the cardinalls had concluded. By Tho. Scott. Very needfull and profitable for all those, who are desirous to vnderstand the euent of the restitution of the Palatinate: and of the state of the Prince-Electors, of Saxon and Brandenburgh, in the behalfe of the clergie in Rome. Fit for the Brittish nation, especially to take notice of, that they may euidently see, the issue of all our treaties, ambassages, and promises, with other hopes depending: wherein we haue beene long held in suspence, and are still like to be, to our vnrecouerable losse. Faithfully translated according to the Latine, and Netherlandish Dutch, into English.; Nieuwe, ongehoorde, vreemde en secrete artijckelen, tot herbouwinge vande Roomsche Kercke-standt, by het Collegie der Cardinalen binnen Romen. English Scott, Thomas, 1580?-1626.; Catholic Church. Collegium Cardinalium. 1624 (1624) STC 22065; ESTC S100964 18,484 32 View Text
A47440 Europe's delivery from France and slavery a sermon preached at St. Patrick's Church, Dublin, on the 16th of November, 1690, before the right honourable the Lords Justices of Ireland : being the day of Thanksgiving for the preservation of His Majesty's person, his good success in our deliverance, and his safe and happy return into England / by William King ... King, William, 1650-1729. 1691 (1691) Wing K532; ESTC R17458 18,583 31 View Text
A48761 Animadversions on the Scotch covenant Wherein all may receive satisfaction as to the illegality of it, and be easily perswaded to the renunciation thereof. By J. L. J. L. 1662 (1662) Wing L26; ESTC R216515 18,797 31 View Text
A58811 A sermon preached before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor, and Court of Aldermen, at Guild-Hall Chappel, upon the 5th of November, 1673 in commemoration of Englands deliverance from the Gun-powder treason / by John Scott, Minister of St. Thomas's in Southwark. Scott, John, 1639-1695. 1673 (1673) Wing S2065; ESTC R15382 20,135 39 View Text
A35796 The Detestable designs of France expos'd, or, The true sentiments of the Spanish Netherlanders representing the injustice of the King of France by his declaration of war against His Catholick Majesty, and the justice of the counter-declaration of the Marquess of Gastannaga his Governour General of the Low-Countries. 1689 (1689) Wing D1212; ESTC R5366 20,170 32 View Text
A17500 The Dutch suruay VVherein are related and truly discoursed, the chiefest losses and acquirements, which haue past betweene the Dutch and the Spaniards, in these last foure yeares warres of the Netherlands, with a comparatiue ballancing and estimation of that which the Spaniards haue got in the Dutchies of Cleeue and Iuliers, with that which they haue lost vnto the Dutch and Persians, in Brasilia, Lima, and Ormus. VVhereunto are annext the Mansfeldian motiues, directed vnto all colonels, lieuzanant-colonels, sergeant majors, priuate captaines, inferiour officers, and souldiers, whose seruice is engag'd in this present expedition, vnder the conduct and commaund of the most illustrious Prince Ernestus, Earle of Mansfield. W. C.; Crosse, William, b. 1589 or 90, attributed name. 1625 (1625) STC 4318; ESTC S107365 20,410 46 View Text
A67895 A learned discourse of ceremonies retained and used in Christian churches. Written by the Right Reverend Father in God Lancelot Andrews late Bishop of Winchester a little before his death: at the request of an eminent person that desired satisfaction therein. Printed by the original copy written with his own hand, ex pede Hercules. Andrewes, Lancelot, 1555-1626.; Leigh, Edward, 1602-1671. 1653 (1653) Wing A3131; ESTC R207727 21,081 91 View Text
A70625 A sermon preached before the King at White-Hall, November 5, 1667 by ... George Lords Bishop of Winton ... Morley, George, 1597-1684. 1683 (1683) Wing M2796; ESTC R12589 21,545 39 View Text
A62185 The papacy of Paul the Fourth, or, The restitution of abby lands and impropriations an indispensable condition of reconciliation to the infallible see, &c.; Historia del Concilio tridentino. English. Selections Sarpi, Paolo, 1552-1623.; E. A. 1673 (1673) Wing S700; ESTC R12447 21,600 44 View Text
A10670 Votivæ Angliæ: or The desires and vvishes of England Contayned in a patheticall discourse, presented to the King on New-yeares Day last. Wherein are vnfolded and represented, manie strong reasons, and true and solide motives, to perswade his Majestie to drawe his royall sword, for the restoring of the Pallatynat, and Electorat, to his sonne in lawe Prince Fredericke, to his onlie daughter the Ladie Elizabeth, and theyr princelie issue. Against the treacherous vsurpation, and formidable ambition and power of the Emperour, the King of Spayne, and the Duke of Bavaria, whoe unjustlie possesse and detayne the same. Together with some aphorismes returned (with a large interest) to the Pope in answer of his. Written by S.R.N.I. Reynolds, John, fl. 1621-1650. 1624 (1624) STC 20946.1; ESTC S117031 21,745 45 View Text
A41979 Memento's to the vvorld, or, An historical collection of divers wonderful comets and prodigious signs in heaven, that have been seen, some long before the birth of Christ, and many since that time in divers countries, with their wonderful and dreadful effects together, with ample discourses, and profitable observations, upon that admirable star which appeared at the birth of Christ, to the eastern magi : as also upon that comet which appeared in the constellation of Cassiopea, after the horrid massacre of the French-Protestants, Anno 1572, and several other comets, with their effects to this present time / by W.G., minister of the gospel ; likewise, Stella nova, or, The new star, or, An account of the natural signification of the comet, or blazing-star, that hath so long been visible in England, and other countreys, and is yet hanging over our heads, by William Knight ... Greene, William.; Knight, William, fl. 1680-1699. Stella nova. 1681 (1681) Wing G1813; ESTC R13426 22,692 36 View Text
A73201 The present state of Spaine. Translated out of French; Estat d'Espagne. English. Sergier, Richard, attributed name.; Lewkenor, Lewis, Sir, d. 1626, attributed name. 1594 (1594) STC 22997; ESTC S125625 22,718 65 View Text
A09142 The returne of the renowned caualiero Pasquill of England, from the other side the seas, and his meeting with Marforius at London vpon the Royall Exchange VVhere they encounter with a little houshold talke of Martin and Martinisme, discouering the scabbe that is bredde in England: and conferring together about the speedie dispersing of the golden legende of the liues of the saints. Pasquill, of England, Cavaliero.; Nash, Thomas, 1567-1601, attributed name. 1589 (1589) STC 19457; ESTC S114218 23,237 32 View Text
A85342 Good counsel in bad times, or, A good motion among many bad ones being a discovery of an old way to root out sects and heresies and an earnest desire for a complyance with all men to settle peace with justice : as also a relation of a remarkable piece of justice done by Duke William called the Good : likewise an epistle to the reader / by John Musgrave ... Musgrave, John, fl. 1654.; Baudouin, François, 1520-1573. 1647 (1647) Wing G1041A; ESTC R36608 23,472 37 View Text
A08083 The tocsin, or watch-bell sent to the king, queene regent, princes of blood, to all the parlaments, magistrates, officers, and loyall subiects of France. Against the booke of the popes temporall power, not long since set forth by Cardinall Bellarmine Iesuite. By Memnons Statue. With the permission of the best genie of Fraunce. And done into English by I.R. ...; Tocsin au roy. English Le Jay, Nicolas.; I. R., fl. 1611.; France. Parliament (Paris) 1611 (1611) STC 1845; ESTC S113759 24,586 62 View Text
A35066 A vindication of Robert III, King of Scotland from the imputation of bastardy, by the clear proof of Elizabeth Mure (daughter to Sir Adam Mure of Rowallan) her being the first lawful wife of Robert the II, then Stewart of Scotland and Earl of Strathern by George, Viscount of Tarbat, &c. ... Cromarty, George Mackenzie, Earl of, 1630-1714. 1695 (1695) Wing C7027; ESTC R6005 24,829 54 View Text
A78766 The city remembrancer. Or, A sermon preached to the native-citizens, of London, at their solemn assembly in Pauls on Tuesday, the 23 of June, A.D. MDCLVII. / By Edm. Calamy B.D. and pastor of the church at Aldermanbury. Calamy, Edmund, 1600-1666. 1657 (1657) Wing C228A; Thomason E1676_2; ESTC R208432 25,502 90 View Text
A09846 A blowe for the Pope Touching the Popes prerogatiues. Extracted word for word out of the Booke of martyres.; Actes and monuments. Selections Foxe, John, 1516-1587. 1631 (1631) STC 20110; ESTC S105126 25,856 50 View Text
A09849 A solemne contestation of diuerse popes, for the aduaunsing of theyr supremacie: quoted and collected faithfully out of their own canon law, according to the very wordes, stile, and tenor of the same theyr own canons, decres, decretales, clementines, extrauagantes, bulles, epistles, and commen glose vpon the same. Histories and stories of Romane bishops [et]c. In forme and wordes, as their are to be seane, and found by the quotations here vnto annexed Foxe, John, 1516-1587, attributed name.; Catholic Church. Pope. 1560 (1560) STC 20114; ESTC S114968 26,995 104 View Text
A27543 The present interest of England stated by a lover of his king and countrey. Bethel, Slingsby, 1617-1697. 1671 (1671) Wing B2072; ESTC R5304 27,311 42 View Text
A08240 The copie of a letter sente to one maister Chrispyne chanon of Exceter for that he denied ye scripture to be the touche stone or trial of al other doctrines whereunto is added an appologie and a bulworke, in defe[n]ce of the same letter. Nicolls, Philip. 1548 (1548) STC 18575; ESTC S104162 27,471 96 View Text
A18320 The execution of iustice in England for maintenaunce of publique and Christian peace, against certeine stirrers of sedition, and adherents to the traytors and enemies of the realme, without any persecution of them for questions of religion, as is falsely reported and published by the fautors and fosterers of their treasons xvii. Decemb. 1583. Burghley, William Cecil, Baron, 1520-1598. 1583 (1583) STC 4902; ESTC S104905 27,520 41 View Text
A10380 A warning to come out of Babylon, in a sermon preached by Master Andrew Ramsay, minister at Edinburgh; at the receiving of Mr. Thomas Abernethie, sometime Jesuite, into the societie of the truely reformed Church of Scotland Ramsay, Andrew, 1574-1660. 1638 (1638) STC 20657; ESTC S115617 27,981 57 View Text
A91968 The late conflagration consumed my own, together with the stock of books (as it were) of the Company of Stationers, London: since that lamentable disaster next my own loss; this doth trouble me, that when any of those few ingenious persons who desire books inquire after them, they are often answered by such as have them not, that they are all burnt, which discourageth any further enquiry, not only to the learned, but even of country chapmen, wherefore to let all men know notwithstanding the late dreadful calamity, that there are books yet to be had, and for the conveniency of the ingenious buyers, I publish this ensuing catalogue. For the litteral faults of the printer to book-buyers, I need not make any apology, but for my self, that I did only name the books, and not more largely deliver their several titles and subjects, that would have swell'd the catalogue: to supply which if any that desire to be acquainted with the particulers, upon repairing or sending to me, may have full satisfaction from the books themselves, if they send before they are sold. From my shop in Gresham-Colledge, next the Stairs, or Warehouse in Moore-Fields agai Rookes, Thomas. 1667 (1667) Wing R1917B; ESTC R229661 28,989 45 View Text
A61683 A letter sent to a friend containing some reflections upon a late book intituled, The Roman church vindicated, and M.S. convicted of a false witnesse against her Wherein is declar'd, that the Pope may excommunicate and depose Kings according to the judgement of their greatest doctors, decrees and practices of several Popes, and Canons of their most approved councils; and the author convicted of most notorious falsities, &c. By J.S. B.D. Stopford, Joshua, 1636-1675. 1675 (1675) Wing S5743; ESTC R222081 29,048 37 View Text
A15032 The censure of a loyall subiect upon certaine noted speach & behauiours of those fourteen notable traitors, at the place of their executions, the xx. and xxi. of September, last past. As also, of the Scottish queen, now (thanks be to God) cut off by iustice, as the principal roote of al their treasons. On Wednesday the 8. of Februarie 1586. Wherein is handled matter of necessarie instruction and comfort for al duetiful subiectes: especially, the multitude of ignoraunt people. Feare God: be true to thy Prince: and obey the lawes. Whetstone, George, 1544?-1587?; Churchyard, Thomas, 1520?-1604, attributed name.; T. C., fl. 1587. 1587 (1587) STC 25334A; ESTC S113962 29,620 55 View Text
A09898 The life of Alfred, or, Alvred: the first institutor of subordinate government in this kingdome, and refounder of the Vniversity of Oxford Together with a parallell of our soveraigne lord, K. Charles untill this yeare, 1634. By Robert Povvell of Wels, one of the Society of New-Inne. Powell, Robert, fl. 1636-1652.; Alfred, King of England, 849-899. 1634 (1634) STC 20161; ESTC S115025 29,645 188 View Text
A32041 The monster of sinful self-seeking, anatomizd together with a description of the heavenly and blessed selfe-seeking : in a sermon preached at Pauls the 10. of December, 1654 / by Edm. Calamy, B.D. ... Calamy, Edmund, 1600-1666. 1655 (1655) Wing C259; ESTC R15527 29,832 44 View Text
A69617 Two arguments in Parliament the first concerning the cannons, the second concerning the premunire vpon those cannons / by Edward Bagshawe, Esquire. Bagshaw, Edward, d. 1662. 1641 (1641) Wing B401; ESTC R16597 30,559 46 View Text
A47772 The blessing of Iudah explained, and applied to the present times, in a sermon preached at S. Maries, Oxford, March 27, 1644 : being the anniversary of His Majesties inauguration to his crowne ... : wherein by Henry Leslie ... Leslie, Henry, 1580-1661. 1644 (1644) Wing L1161; ESTC R21216 30,794 49 View Text
A04488 A proper dyaloge, betwene a gentillman and a husbandma[n] eche complaynynge to other their miserable calamite, through the ambicion of the clergye. An A.B.C. to the spiritualte. Barlow, William, fl. 1527.; Ullerston, Richard, d. 1423. Compendious olde treatyse, shewynge howe that we oughte to have ye scripture in Englysshe.; Purvey, John, 1353?-1428?, attributed name.; Barlow, Jerome, fl. 1527.; Tyndale, William, d. 1536.; Roy, William, fl. 1527-1531. 1530 (1530) STC 1462.5; ESTC S109533 31,374 66 View Text
A34950 A journey into the country being a dialogue between an English Protestant physitian and an English papist : wherein the proper state of the popish controversy is discoursed : with reference (only) to the government of England in church and state, in some answer to Peter Walsh, and pursuant to the directions of a person of honor. Creamer, Charles, b. 1632? 1675 (1675) Wing C6867; ESTC R24786 31,884 48 View Text
A02333 [A briefe collection or epitomie of all the notable and material things contained in the hystorie of Guicchiardine being verie necessarie for Parliament, councell, treatises, and negotiations.] Guicciardini, Francesco, 1483-1540. 1591 (1591) STC 12461; ESTC S118301 31,959 108 View Text
A64296 A discourse touching choyce of religion By Sr. Richard Tempest Baronet. Tempest, Richard, Sir, 1619 or 20-1662. 1660 (1660) Wing T624A; ESTC R222145 32,156 173 View Text
A01391 The friers chronicle: or, The true legend of priests and monkes liues T. G., fl. 1623.; Gainsford, Thomas, d. 1624?, attributed name.; Goad, Thomas, 1576-1638, attributed name. 1623 (1623) STC 11511; ESTC S117209 32,307 72 View Text
A95878 Babylons beautie: or The Romish-Catholicks svveet-heart. Containing a most lively and lovely description of Romes cardinall vertues and rarest endowments, with her apostolicall benedictions on kings and kingdomes, under her tyrannicall subjection; briefly and bravely depainted, in their native-splendour. A worke most seasonably composed for the revived eternall shame of all the mad-maintainers and idolizers of Romes great Diana, so cried-up and fought for, now a daies, by papists, atheists, and formall malignant Protestants. / By John Vicars. Vicars, John, 1579 or 80-1652. 1644 (1644) Wing V293; Thomason E44_9; ESTC R23310 32,354 40 View Text
A14573 A catalog of the bishops of Excester with the description of the antiquitie and first foundation of the Cathedrall church of the same. Collected by Iohn Vowell alias Hoker, gentleman. Hooker, John, 1526?-1601. 1584 (1584) STC 24885; ESTC S102101 32,358 40 View Text
A43617 Curse ye Meroz, or, The fatal doom in a sermon preached in Guild-hall Chappel London, before the Right Honorable the Lord Mayor and Court of Aldermen, May the 9th 1680 / by Edmond Hickeringill ... Hickeringill, Edmund, 1631-1708. 1680 (1680) Wing H1803; ESTC R17523 32,578 46 View Text
A65196 An answer to a libell written by D. Cosens against the great Generall councell of Laterane under Pope Innocent the Third wherein the many and great errors of the said D. Cosens are manifested to the world / by Thomas Vane. Vane, Thomas, fl. 1652. 1646 (1646) Wing V81; ESTC R24166 32,823 100 View Text
A94783 Musæum Tradescantianum: or, A collection of rarities. Preserved at South-Lambeth neer London by John Tradescant. Tradescant, John, 1608-1662.; Hollar, Wenceslaus, 1607-1677, engraver.; Wharton, Thomas, 1614-1673.; Ashmole, Elias, 1617-1692. 1656 (1656) Wing T2005; Thomason E1613_4; ESTC R203792 33,133 208 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
A41032 The fanatick in his colours, or, The rise, heighth, and fall of faction and rebellion, from 1648 unto 1661 with an appendix concerning allegiance, government and order / by T.F. T. F. 1661 (1661) Wing F61; ESTC R7145 34,435 112 View Text
A40459 The French intrigues discovered with the methods and arts to retrench the potency of France by land and sea and to confine that monarch within his antient dominions and territories : humbly submitted to the consideration of the princes and states of Europe, especially of England / written in a letter from a person of quality abroad to his corrsepondent here. Person of quality abroad. 1681 (1681) Wing F2185; ESTC R9404 35,025 34 View Text
A44712 A discours of the empire, and of the election of a king of the Romans, the greatest busines of Christendom now in agitation as also of the Colledg of Electors, their particular interests, and who is most likely to be the next emperour / by J.H. Howell, James, 1594?-1666. 1658 (1658) Wing H3065; ESTC R4781 35,171 133 View Text
A30295 The copie of a letter sent ovt of England to an ambassadour in France for the King of Spaine declaring the state of England contrary to the opinion of Don Bernardin and of all his partizans Spaniards and others : wherunto are adioyned certain advertisements concerning the losses and distresses happened to the Spanish navy as well in fight with the English navie in the narrow seas of England : as also by tempests and contrary winds upon the west and north coasts of Ireland in their returne from the northerne isles beyond Scotland.; Copie of a letter sent out of England to Don Bernardin Mendoza Leigh, Richard, 1561?-1588. 1641 (1641) Wing B5729; ESTC R210031 35,377 63 View Text
A49486 The prophecyes of the incomparable Dr. Martin Luther concerning the downfall of the Pope of Rome, and the subversion of the German Empire, to be over-run by the armies of the Turks, together with the many reasons that he giveth for it : as also, the remarkable prophecy of the learned and reverend Mvscvlvs, to the same effect / collected by R.C. M.A. R. C., M.A.; Luther, Martin, 1483-1546. 1664 (1664) Wing L3513; ESTC R23003 35,433 50 View Text
A06517 The confutation of Tortura Torti: or, Against the King of Englands chaplaine: for that he hath negligently defended his Kinges cause. By the R.F. Martinus Becanus, of the Society of Iesus: and professour in deuinity. Translated out of Latin into English by W.I. P.; Refutatio Torturae Torti. English Becanus, Martinus, 1563-1624.; Wilson, John, ca. 1575-ca. 1645? 1610 (1610) STC 1699; ESTC S122416 35,918 75 View Text
A36435 The form and order of the coronation of Charles the Second, King of Scotland, England, France and Ireland as it was acted and done at Scoone, the first day of Ianuarie, 1651. Douglas, Robert, 1594-1674. 1651 (1651) Wing D2026; ESTC R25004 36,684 56 View Text
A49562 The death of Charles the First lamented, with the restauration of Charles the Second congratulated delivered in a speech at the ploclaming [sic] of our gratious King, at his town of Wellington, May 17, 1660 : to which are added short reflections of government, governours, and persons governed, the duty of kings and subjects, the unlawfulness of resistance, with other things of moment, and worthy consideration / by William Langley ... Langley, William, b. 1609 or 10. 1660 (1660) Wing L406; ESTC R7376 37,260 124 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
A04285 Triplici nodo, triplex cuneus. Or An apologie for the Oath of allegiance against the two breues of Pope Paulus Quintus, and the late letter of Cardinal Bellarmine to G. Blackvvel the Arch-priest. Authoritate regiâ. James I, King of England, 1566-1625.; Paul V, Pope, 1552-1621.; Bellarmino, Roberto Francesco Romolo, Saint, 1542-1621. 1607 (1607) STC 14400; ESTC S121305 37,662 98 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
A44083 Ruin to ruin, after misery to misery being the distressed, and ruined, and perishing state of the loyal and faithful seamen of England, and wherein is laid down : I. their ruined state in several particulars, II. that it is like to be three or four years more before they are paid, except an extraordinary supply be raised, and appropriated for them, III. that as many ships, and thousands and ten thousands of men have five or six years pay due, if they are not timely paid, it is like to be eight or nine years between their beginning to earn their money and their being paid, IV. a proposal humbly offered how they may be paid off, all by May next, without borrowing one penny of money, V. several reasons for their being justly and honestly paid, VI. an humble proposal for the advantage of a million or two in a year to the nation in a few years, and lastly, an humble supplication for the taking off some part of the act of Parliament concerning the poor miserable seamens paying 6d the month out of their wages / all humbly represented by ... William Hodges. Hodges, William, Sir, 1645?-1714. 1699 (1699) Wing H2332; ESTC R5551 37,766 44 View Text
A10985 A treatise of the interest of the princes and states of Christendome. Written in French by the most noble and illustrious Prince, the Duke of Rohan. Translated into English by H.H.; De l'interest des princes. English Rohan, Henri, duc de, 1579-1638.; Hunt, Henry, 17th/18th cent. 1640 (1640) STC 21253; ESTC S119221 39,359 136 View Text
A01503 The countrie gentleman moderator Collections of such intermarriages, as haue beene betweene the two royall lines of England and Spaine, since the Conquest: with a short view of the stories of the liues of those princes. And also some obseruations of the passages: with diuers reasons to moderate the country peoples passions, feares, and expostulations, concerning the Prince his royall match and state affaires. Composed and collected by Edm. Garrard. Garrard, Edmund. 1624 (1624) STC 11624; ESTC S102860 39,587 76 View Text
A88290 The starry messenger; or an interpretation of that strange apparition of three suns seene in London, 19. Novemb. 1644. being the birth day of King Charles. The effects of the eclips of the sun, which will be visible in England, 11. August 1645. whose influence continues in force, from January, 1646 to Decemb. 1647. almost two whole yeares; and cannot but be the fore-runner of some extraordinary mutation in most common-wealths of Europe, but principally in England. With an answer to An astrologicall judgement. Printed at Oxford, upon his Majesties present martch. / By William Lilly student in astrologie. Lilly, William, 1602-1681.; Wharton, George, 1617-1681. Astrologicall judgement upon His Majesties present martch. 1645 (1645) Wing L2245; Thomason E288_17; ESTC R200103 40,051 61 View Text
A65419 A vindication of the present great revolution in England in five letters pass'd betwixt James Welwood, M.D. and Mr. John March, Vicar of Newcastle upon Tyne : occasion'd by a sermon preach'd by him on January 30. 1688/9 ... Welwood, James, 1652-1727.; March, John, 1640-1692.; Welwood, James, 1652-1727. 1689 (1689) Wing W1310; ESTC R691 40,072 42 View Text
A01354 The flovver of fame Containing the bright renowne, & moste fortunate raigne of King Henry the viii. Wherein is mentioned of matters, by the rest of our cronographers ouerpassed. Compyled by Vlpian Fulwell. Hereunto is annexed (by the aucthor) a short treatice of iii. noble and vertuous queenes. And a discourse of the worthie seruice that was done at Hadington in Scotlande, the seconde yere of the raigne of king Edward the sixt. Fulwell, Ulpian, fl. 1586.; Harman, Edmund. 1575 (1575) STC 11475; ESTC S102758 42,413 130 View Text
A64668 VVits fancies, or, Choice observations and essayes collected out of divine, political, philosophical, military and historical authors / by John Ufflet ... Ufflet, John, b. 1603. 1659 (1659) Wing U20; ESTC R8998 43,009 138 View Text
A86683 Lingua testium: wherein monarchy is proved, 1. To be jure divino. 2. To be successive in the Church (except in time of a nationall desertion) from Adam untill Christ. 3. That monarchy is the absolute true government under the Gospel. 4. That immediately after extraordinary gifts in the Church ceased, God raised up a monarch for to defend the Church. 5. That Christian monarchs are one of the witnesses spoken of Rev. 11. 6. That England is the place from whence God fetched the first witnesse of this kind. 7. England was the place whither the witnesses, (viz. godly magistracy and ministry) never drove by Antichrist. Where is proved, first, that there hath been a visible magistracy, (though in sackcloth,) these 1260. yeares in England. ... Amongst these things are proved that the time of the calling of the Jews, the fall of Antichrist, and the ruine of the Beast of the earth is at hand. Wherein you have the hard places of Mat. 24, and Rev. 17. explained with severall other hard texts: ... / Written by Testis-Mundus Catholicus, in the yeare of the Beasts of the earth's raign, 1651. Hall, Edmund, 1619 or 20-1687. 1651 (1651) Wing H327; Thomason E632_22; ESTC R202496 43,212 57 View Text
A68512 A warning agaynst the dangerous practises of papistes and specially the parteners of the late rebellion. Gathered out of the common feare and speche of good subiectes. Sene and allowed. Norton, Thomas, 1532-1584. 1569 (1569) STC 18685.7; ESTC S113364 44,769 112 View Text
A05463 The complaint of England Wherein it is clearely prooued that the practises of traitrous papists against the state of this realme, and the person of her Maiestie, are in diuinitie vnlawfull, odious in nature, and ridiculous in pollicie. In the which they are reprooued of wilfull blindnes, in that they see not the filthines of the Romish gouernment: and conuinced of desperate madnesse, in that they feare not the mischiefe of Spanish inuasion: the former whereof is exemplified by the Popes practises both here in England, and abroad in other countries: the later by the Spaniards outrages, in his exactions raised vpon Naples, and his tyrannies executed in the Indies. Lastly the necessitie, equitie, and benefits of the late proceeding in iustice are set downe; with a friendly warning to seditious papists for their amendment; and an effectuall consolation to faithfull subiectes for their incouragement. Seene and allowed. [Lightfoot, William]. 1587 (1587) STC 15595; ESTC S108556 45,440 70 View Text
A49129 A resolution of certain queries concerning submission to the present government ... by a divine of the Church of England, as by law establisht. Long, Thomas, 1621-1707. 1689 (1689) Wing L2980; ESTC R21420 45,635 72 View Text
A96861 Anglo-tyrannus, or the idea of a Norman monarch, represented in the paralell reignes of Henrie the Third and Charles kings of England, wherein the whole management of affairs under the Norman kings is manifested, together with the real ground, and rise of all those former, and these latter contestations between the princes, and people of this nation, upon the score of prerogative and liberty. And the impious, abusive, and delusive practises are in short discovered, by which the English have been bobbed of their freedome, and the Norman tyrannie founded and continued over them. / By G.W. of Lincolnes Inne. Walker, George, of Lincoln's Inn. 1650 (1650) Wing W340; Thomason E619_1; ESTC R203987 46,665 64 View Text
A25653 The Antichristian principle fully discovered in a brief and true account of all the hellish plots, bloody persecutions, horrid massacres, and most inhumane cruelties and tortures, exercised by the papists, on the persons of Protestant dissenters from the Church of Rome, for the cause of religion only, as well as abroad as here in England, Scotland, and Ireland, from the very beginning till this present year, 1678 ... 1679 (1679) Wing A3485; ESTC R38626 46,886 49 View Text
A05269 The copie of a letter sent out of England to Don Bernardin Mendoza ambassadour in France for the King of Spaine declaring the state of England, contrary to the opinion of Don Bernardin, and of all his partizans Spaniardes and others. This letter, although it was sent to Don Bernardin Mendoza, yet, by good hap, the copies therof aswell in English as in French, were found in the chamber of one Richard Leigh a seminarie priest, who was lately executed for high treason committed in the time that the Spanish Armada was on the seas. Whereunto are adioyned certaine late aduertisements, concerning the losses and distresses happened to the Spanish nauie, aswell in fight with the English nauie in the narrow seas of England, as also by tempests, and contrarie winds, vpon the west, and north coasts of Ireland, in their returne from the northerne isles beyond Scotland. Burghley, William Cecil, Baron, 1520-1598.; Leigh, Richard, 1561?-1588, attributed name.; Mendoza, Bernardino de, 1540 or 41-1604. 1588 (1588) STC 15413; ESTC S108408 47,041 60 View Text
A32016 Gods free mercy to England presented as a pretious and powerfull motive to humiliation : in a sermon preached before the honourable House of Commons at their late solemne fast, Feb. 23, 1641 / by Edmvnd Calamy ... Calamy, Edmund, 1600-1666. 1642 (1642) Wing C253A; ESTC R19544 47,198 60 View Text
A07315 A monument of remembrance erected in Albion, in honor of the magnificent departure from Britannie, and honorable receiuing in Germany, namely at Heidelberge, of the two most noble princes Fredericke, first prince of the imperiall bloud, sprung from glorious Charlemaigne, Count Palatine of Rhine, Duke of Bauier, Elector and Arch-sewer of the holy Romane Empire, and Knight of the renowned order of the Garter. & Elizabeth Infanta of Albion, Princess Palatine, and Dutchesse of Bauier, the onely daughter of our most gratious and soueraigne Lord Charles-Iames, and of his most noble and vertuous wife, Queene Anne. Both of them being almost in one and the same degree lineall descent from 25 emperours of the east and west, of Romanes, Greekes, and Germans, and from 30 kings of diuers countries. By Iames Maxvvel. Maxwell, James, b. 1581. 1613 (1613) STC 17703; ESTC S112546 47,997 58 View Text
A27121 The means to free Europe from the French usurpation and the advantages which the union of the Christian princes has produced, to preserve it from the power of an anti-Christian prince. P. B. 1689 (1689) Wing B152; ESTC R9628 48,971 168 View Text
A07811 A iust and moderate answer to a most iniurious, and slaunderous pamphlet, intituled, An exact discouery of Romish doctrine in case of conspiracie and rebellion Wherein the innocency of Catholike religion is proued, and euery obiection returned vpon the Protestant accuser, and his owne profession. With licence of superior. Broughton, Richard. 1606 (1606) STC 18188; ESTC S112914 49,079 64 View Text
A38742 Europe's chains broke, or, A sure and speedy project to rescue her from the present usurpations of the tyrant of France 1692 (1692) Wing E3418; ESTC R27969 49,318 170 View Text
A60381 Animadversions on the eight theses laid down, and the inferences deduced from them in a discourse entitl'd Church-Government part V, lately printed at Oxford Smalridge, George, 1663-1719. 1687 (1687) Wing S4001; ESTC R19272 50,166 74 View Text