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A79359 A proclamation proclaming [sic] Charls Prince of Wales, King of Great Brittaine, France, and Ireland. 1649 (1649) Wing C3525; Thomason 669.f.13[79]; ESTC R211200 417 1 View Text
A58657 A proclamation declaring William and Mary King and Queen of Scotland Scotland. Parliament. 1689 (1689) Wing S1320; ESTC R6315 495 1 View Text
A92599 A proclamation, declaring William and Mary King and Queen of England to be King and Queen of Scotland. Edinburgh April 11. 1689.; Proceedings. 1689-04-11 Scotland. Parliament. Committee of Estates.; England and Wales. Sovereign (1689-1694 : William and Mary) 1689 (1689) Wing S1321; ESTC R225323 519 1 View Text
B05046 The royal Ball: as it was perform'd in masquerade by two seamen. Being the subjects hearty-vvish for the good success of the King and fleet. To and excellent new tune, sung at court. Licensed according to order. 1690 (1689-1690?) Wing R2103; Interim Tract Supplement Guide C.39.k.6[66] 838 1 View Text
B06232 The true English Protestant souldiers resolution 1643 (1643) Wing T2695; ESTC R185645 2,056 1 View Text
A83807 A publike declaration and protestation of the secured and secluded members of the House of Commons against the treasonable and illegall late acts and proceedings of some few confederate members of that dead House, since their forcible exclusion, 13. Febr. 1648. England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons. 1649 (1649) Wing E2691; Thomason 669.f.13[88]; ESTC R205365 2,392 1 View Text
A61987 The svpplication of all the papists of England to King James at his first comming to the crowne for a tolleration of their religion wherein, with much impudence, they professe and protest themselves to be the onely obedient one's unto the soveraigne Princes, under whom they live, out of conscience to avoid sin : when not long after they fell upon that un-exampled piece of villany, the Gun-pouder treason : whereunto is added, A letter sent from Bishop Abbot Archbishop of Canterbury to the King : against toleration of the popish religion. Abbot, George, 1562-1633. 1642 (1642) Wing S6189; ESTC R12076 3,190 8 View Text
A85643 A great victory obtained by the Marquesse of Ormond and the Lord Inchiqueen against the Parliaments forces, with the manner of their surrounding of Dublin, for storming of the city, their taking of Trim Castle, with great store of ordnance, arms and ammunition, 1000 killed, and divers taken prisoners. Also, the declaration of the Irish army; the message and propositions sent to Charles the second; and exceeding strange news from Herefordshire, containing the prophesie of a young infant touching his Highness and the Parliament, delivered in a speech to two mowers in a meadow field, and the manner how it vanished away, after speaking of the words. 1649 (1649) Wing G1784; Thomason E568_16; ESTC R206255 3,462 8 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
A39614 An essay of a loyal brest in four copies of verses, viz. I. to His Majesty, Charles the 2d, II. to his two houses of Parliament, III. to his general, the Lord Monck, IV. to that his good angel, Madam Jane Lane / by William Fairebrother ... Fairebrother, William, 1612 or 13-1681. 1660 (1660) Wing F110; ESTC R6471 4,703 16 View Text
A79902 Canterburie march beaten up, on the day of King Charles his inauguration March the xxvii. 1648. By some of His Maiesties little, but loyall subjects and servants, under the conduct of Signior Ilermo di Manta. Our colours, as the crosse will shew, are English ... / Ilermo di Manta philanax oenopola grand majestre de la rose. 1648 (1648) Wing C455; Thomason E444_4; ESTC R204758; ESTC R204759 6,205 15 View Text
A95701 A third conference between O. Cromwell and Hugh Peters in Saint James's park; wherein, the horrible plot is discovered about the barbarous murder of our late soveraign lord King Charls the I. of ever blessed memory. 1660 (1660) Wing T905; Thomason E1025_3; ESTC R208650 6,990 16 View Text
A84034 The English tyrants. Or, A brief historie of the lives and actions of the high and mighty states, the lords of Westminster, and now (by usurpation) kings of England. Containing all their rebellious and traiterous proceedings and transactions in Parliament. With their levying of war, and bloudy practices against their soveraign, their sinister and military designs to alter and subvert the fundamentall government in church and commonwealth, by destroying monarchy, and making themselves free-states, by the power of the sword. Continued from the first convention of this Parliament, 1640. untill the Kings death, Jan. 30. 1648. 1649 (1649) Wing E3122; Thomason E569_4; ESTC R201943 8,872 17 View Text
A48006 A letter from a gentleman of the city of New-York, to another, concerning the troubles which happen'd in that province in the time of the late happy revolution Gentleman of the city of New York. 1698 (1698) Wing L1397; ESTC R9397 10,603 26 View Text
A70879 Some few observations upon His Majesties late answer to the declaration or remonstance of the Lords and Commons of the 19 of May, 1642 Parker, Henry, 1604-1652. 1642 (1642) Wing P424; ESTC R20105 11,346 16 View Text
A34337 The Conquest of France with the life and glorious actions of Edward the Black Prince, son to Edward the Third, King of England, his victory, with about twelve thousand archers, and men at arms, over Phillip of France, and a hundred thousand French-men, near Cressey, his vanquishing King John of France, and taking him, and his son prisoners, at the Battle of Poietiers, his love to the Earl of Kent's fair daughter, and marriage with her : also all that passed during that glorious and successful war against France, with the Battle of Agen-Court, and King Henry the Fifth being crowned King of France at Paris, being a history full of great and noble actions in love and arms, to the honour of the English nation, and the encouragement of the horoes [sic] of the present age. 1680 (1680) Wing C5895; ESTC N70022 17,173 22 View Text
A07819 A sermon preached before the Kings most excellent Majestie, in the cathedrall church of Durham Upon Sunday, being the fifth day of May. 1639. By the Right Reverend Father in God, Thomas Lord Bishop of Duresme. Published by his Majesties speciall command. Morton, Thomas, 1564-1659. 1639 (1639) STC 18196; ESTC S112915 18,792 48 View Text
A91250 Prynne the Member reconciled to Prynne the barrester. Or An ansvver to a scandalous pamphlet, intituled, Prynne against Prynne. Wherein is a cleare demonstration, that William Prynne, utter barrester of Lincolnes Inne, in his soveraigne power of parliaments and kingdomes, is of the same judgement with, and no wayes contradictory to William Prynne Esquire, a Member of the House of Commons in his memento. Wherein the unlawfullnesse of the proceedings against the King, and altering the present government is manifested out of his former writings and all cavils and calumnies of this scandalous pamphleteer fully answered. / By William Prynne Esquire, barrester at law, and a Member of the House of Commons. Prynne, William, 1600-1669. 1649 (1649) Wing P4043; Thomason E558_5; ESTC R203281 19,546 27 View Text
A49375 Loyalty vindicated being an answer to a late false, seditious & scandalous pamphlet entituled A letter from a gentleman of the City of New York to another concerning the troubles which happen'd in that province in the time of the late happy revolution : published for the sake of truth & justice / by a hearty lover of King William and the Protestant religion. Hearty lover of King William and the Protestant religion. 1698 (1698) Wing L3384; ESTC R2968 19,709 28 View Text
A00271 The copy of a letter lately vvritten by a Spanishe gentleman, to his freind in England in refutation of sundry calumnies, there falsly bruited, and spred emonge the people. The originall vvhereof vvas vvritten in Spanish, since the authors being in England, vvho by reason of a ship of those that miscaried of the late Armado, vvas taken, and there detained prisoner, vntill his deliuery by ransome. Now newly translated into Englishe, for the benefite of those (of that nation) that vnderstand not the Spanishe tounge. Verstegan, Richard, ca. 1550-1640. 1589 (1589) STC 1038; ESTC S116630 20,141 40 View Text
A02844 Gods vniuersal right proclaimed A sermon preached at Paules Crosse, the 27. of March 1603. being the next Sunday after her Maiesties departure. By I.H. Hayward, John, D.D. 1603 (1603) STC 12984; ESTC S103942 20,193 63 View Text
A25327 The Anatomy of a Jacobite-Tory in a dialogue between Whig and Tory : occasioned by the Act for recognizing King William and Queen Mary. 1690 (1690) Wing A3053; ESTC R22595 20,621 38 View Text
A65581 Gesta Britannorum, or, A brief chronologie of the actions and exploits, battails, sieges, conflicts, and other signal and remarkable passages which have happened in these His Majesties dominions from the year of Christ 1600, untill the present, 1663, being the space of 62 complete years / collected by Geo. Wharton. Wharton, George, Sir, 1617-1681. 1663 (1663) Wing W1546A; ESTC R33586 21,020 46 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
A06701 The true narration of the entertainment of his Royall Maiestie, from the time of his departure from Edenbrough; till his receiuing at London with all or the most speciall occurrences. Together with the names of those gentlemen whom his Maiestie honoured with knighthood. T. M., fl. 1603, attributed name. 1603 (1603) STC 17153; ESTC S108301 22,361 50 View Text
A79750 The proceedings of the Commissioners of the Church and kingdome of Scotland, with his Majestie at the Hague. And the papers interchanged betwixt his Majestie and them, as they were reported in Parliament and the Generall Assembly. Appointed by authority to be published. Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Commission.; Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649. 1649 (1649) Wing C4251A; Thomason E566_11; ESTC R25607 22,979 29 View Text
A29456 A Brief history of Presbytery and Independency from their first original to this time shewing I. wherein and the reasons why they separate from the Church of England, II. wherein they differ from each other : with some remarks on the late heads of agreement assented to by the united ministers of both perswasions ... 1691 (1691) Wing B4598; ESTC R7644 23,656 32 View Text
A37119 The history of the thrice illustrious Princess Henrietta Maria de Bourbon, Queen of England Dauncey, John, fl. 1663. 1660 (1660) Wing D293; ESTC R20 24,263 144 View Text
A95806 The good of peace and ill of vvarre, set forth in a sermon preached in the cathedrall church of S. Paul, the last day of July, 1642. By Ephraim Vdall, Rector of S. Austins, London. Udall, Ephraim, d. 1647. 1642 (1642) Wing U9; Thomason E113_16; ESTC R23094 24,719 49 View Text
A51586 Symplegades antrum, or The rumpant story impartially relating their tyrannical dealings, and clymacterical downfall. Together with a congratulation of his most sacred Majesty in his most happy reign. By John Mullinax Dr. in Physick. Mullinax, John. 1660 (1660) Wing M3058B; ESTC R213888 26,024 62 View Text
A11975 The cronicle history of Henry the fift with his battell fought at Agin Court in France. Togither with Auntient Pistoll. As it hath bene sundry times playd by the Right honorable the Lord Chamberlaine his seruants.; Henry V Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. 1600 (1600) STC 22289; ESTC S111105 26,479 53 View Text
A58614 A declaration of the Committee of Estates of the Parliament of Scotland in answer to some printed papers intituled, The declaration of the Parliament of England, and the declaration of the army of England, upon their march into Scotland. Scotland. Parliament.; England and Wales. Parliament. Declaration of the Parliament of England. 1650 (1650) Wing S1214; ESTC R34039 26,589 42 View Text
A21201 The copie of a letter sent in to Scotlande of the arivall and landynge, and most noble marryage of ... Philippe, prynce of Spaine to the ... Princes Marye quene of England solemnisated [sic] in the citie of Winchester : and howe he was receyved ... at Windsore, and of his ... entries in ... London : whereunto is added a brefe ouerture or openyng of the legacion of the most reuerend father in God Lord Cardinall Poole ... for the reconcilement of the realme of Englande to the vnitie of the Catholyke churche : with the very copye also of the supplycaciõ exhibited to their highnesses by the three estates assembled in the parlamente, wherin they representing the whole body of the realme ... haue submitted thes̃elues to the popes holynesse. Elder, John, fl. 1555. 1555 (1555) STC 7552; ESTC S105462 27,175 96 View Text
A16280 An epitome of the title that the Kynges Maiestie of Englande, hath to the souereigntie of Scotlande continued vpon the auncient writers of both nacions, from the beginnyng. Bodrugan, Nicholas. 1548 (1548) STC 3196; ESTC S102853 27,844 124 View Text
A30357 The ill effects of animosities among Protestants in England detected and the necessity of love unto, and confidence in one another, in order to withstand the designs of their common enemies, laid open and enforced. Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. 1688 (1688) Wing B5802; ESTC R11786 28,124 24 View Text
A00982 The nine English worthies: or, Famous and worthy princes of England being all of one name; beginning with King Henrie the first, and concluding with Prince Henry, eldest sonne to our Soueraigne Lord the King. Fletcher, Robert, purveyor of carriages to Queen Elizabeth. 1606 (1606) STC 11087; ESTC S118024 29,385 76 View Text
A28302 A short history of the last Parliament Blackmore, Richard, Sir, d. 1729.; Drake, James, 1667-1707. 1699 (1699) Wing B3088; ESTC R23169 29,604 63 View Text
A68163 A comparison of the English and Spanish nation: composed by a French gentleman against those of the League in Fraunce, which went about to perswade the king to breake his alliance with England, and to confirme it with Spaine. By occasion whereof, the nature of both nations is liuely decyphered. Faithfully translated, out of French, by R.A.; Discours politique, tres-excellent pour le temps present. English Gentil-homme francois, fl. 1588.; Ashley, Robert, 1565-1641. 1589 (1589) STC 13102; ESTC S120864 30,635 50 View Text
A71317 Three speeches of the Right Honorable, Sir Francis Bacon Knight, then his Majesties Sollicitor Generall, after Lord Verulam, Viscount Saint Alban. Concerning the post-nati naturalization of the Scotch in England union of the lawes of the kingdomes of England and Scotland. Published by the authors copy, and licensed by authority. Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. 1641 (1641) Wing B337; ESTC R17387 32,700 73 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
A18210 A petition apologeticall, presented to the Kinges most excellent Maiesty, by the lay Catholikes of England, in Iuly last Lecey, John. 1604 (1604) STC 4835; ESTC S120958 34,556 41 View Text
A51781 A short view of the lives of those illustrious princes, Henry Duke of Glovcester, and Mary Princess of Orange deceased, late brother and sister of His Majesty the King of Great Brittain collected by T.M. Esq., to whome the same will serve a rule & pattern. Manley, Thomas, 1628-1690. 1661 (1661) Wing M446; ESTC R8035 34,733 124 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
A31743 Numerus infaustus a short view of the unfortunate reigns of William the Second, Henry the Second, Edward the Second, Richard the Second, Charles the Second, James the Second. Caesar, Charles, 1636-1707. 1689 (1689) Wing C203; ESTC R20386 35,156 134 View Text
A51682 The mystery of iniquity working in the dividing of Protestants, in order to the subverting of religion and our laws for almost the space of 30 years last past, plainly laid open with some advices to Protestants of all perswasions in the present juncture of our affairs : to which is added A specimen of a bill for uniting of Protestants / by a Protestant and a true English-man. Protestant and true English-man. 1689 (1689) Wing M3186; ESTC R1551 35,764 46 View Text
A10726 The true tragedie of Richard Duke of York and the death of good King Henrie the Sixt, with the whole contention betweene the two houses Lancaster and Yorke, as it was sundrie times acted by the right honourable the earle of Pembrooke his seruants.; King Henry VI. Part 3 Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. 1595 (1595) STC 21006; ESTC S102944 36,745 80 View Text
A13742 The ioiefull and blessed reuniting the two mighty & famous kingdomes, England & Scotland into their ancient name of great Brittaine. By John Bristoll Thornborough, John, 1551-1641. 1605 (1605) STC 24036; ESTC S118409 39,081 92 View Text
A93564 A brief history of the pious and glorious life and actions of the most illustrious princess, Mary Queen of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, &c. Containing the most memorable things, and matters, relating to her royal self, &c. from her birth till the most deplorable time of her ever to be lamented death, on the 28th. of December, 1694. Faithfully done by J.S. J. S.; Drapentier, Jan, fl. 1674-1713, engraver. 1695 (1695) Wing S46; ESTC R230766 40,022 154 View Text
A68000 A declaration of the true causes of the great troubles, presupposed to be intended against the realme of England VVherein the indifferent reader shall manifestly perceaue, by whome, and by what means, the realme is broughte into these pretented perills. Seene and allowed. Verstegan, Richard, ca. 1550-1640. 1592 (1592) STC 10005; ESTC S101164 40,397 78 View Text
A21144 The raigne of King Edvvard the third as it hath bin sundrie times plaied about the citie of London.; Edward III (Drama) 1596 (1596) STC 7501; ESTC S106297 40,991 76 View Text
A60674 The English chronology being a brief chronological account of the most considerable publick occurrences that have happen'd in these kingdoms, and other adjacent parts, since King William the Third's accession to the crown. From 1688, to 1696. Smithurst, Benjamine. 1696 (1696) Wing S4357; ESTC R221530 41,332 151 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
A46900 Three sermons preached the first in Richmond Church, August 17. 1690. on the most happy accession of Their Majesties, King William and Queen Mary to the Crown. The second in Mortlake Chuch in Surrey March 3. 1694. on the death of our late most gracious soveraign lady the Queen, of blessed memory. The third in Mortlake Church, April 16. 1696. being the day of Thanksgiving unto Almighty God, for discovering and disappointing the horrid and barbarous conspiracy to assassinate His most gracious Majesty's royal person: and for delivering this kingdom from an invasion, intended by the French. By Christopher Johnson, M.A. and school-master of Richmond in Surrey. Printed to prevent mistakes concerning the author. Johnson, Christopher, b. 1657 or 8. 1696 (1696) Wing J770BA; ESTC R216574 43,561 66 View Text
A67619 An answer to certain seditious and Jesuitical queres heretofore purposely and maliciously cast out to retard and hinder the English forces in their going over into Ireland ... Waring, Thomas, 17th cent. 1651 (1651) Wing W872; ESTC R13161 43,770 74 View Text
A07018 The troublesome raigne and lamentable death of Edward the second, King of England with the tragicall fall of proud Mortimer: as it was sundrie times publiquely acted in the honourable citie of London, by the right honourable the Earle of Pembrooke his seruants. Written by Chri. Marlow Gent.; Edward the Second Marlowe, Christopher, 1564-1593. 1594 (1594) STC 17437; ESTC S120996 45,089 96 View Text
A40373 A defence of the Scots settlement at Darien with an answer to the Spanish memorial against it, and arguments to prove that it is the interest of England to join with the Scots and protect it : to which is added a description of the countrey, and a particular account of the Scots colony. Philo-Caledon.; Ridpath, George, d. 1726.; Fletcher, Andrew, 1655-1716.; Foyer, Archibald. 1699 (1699) Wing F2047; ESTC R18505 46,261 66 View Text
A09224 The famous chronicle of king Edward the first, sirnamed Edward Longshankes with his returne from the holy land. Also the life of Lleuellen rebell in Wales. Lastly, the sinking of Queene Elinor, who sunck at Charingcrosse, and rose againe at Pottershith, now named Queenehith.; King Edward the First Peele, George, 1556-1596. 1593 (1593) STC 19535; ESTC S110371 47,032 88 View Text
A53548 A tragedy called the Popish Plot reviv'd detecting the secret league between the late King James and the French king, the popish conspiracy to murder His present Majesty King William, and the wicked contrivance for adulterating the coin of this kingdom : with many other hellish practices : dedicated to Sir Roger L'Strange, the Fellows of St. John's College in Cambridg, non jurors, and the rest of the Jacobite crew / by a sincere lover of his countrey. Oates, Titus, 1649-1705. 1696 (1696) Wing O58; ESTC R7790 47,612 60 View Text
A51537 A most choice historical compendium fitted for the use of all ingenious and inquisitive persons who are curious to know what wonderfull events have come to pass for almost 1000 years, under the figure 8, from 818 to 1688 inclusive : wherein is briefly comprised, the life and death, rise and fall of kings, queens, noblemen, clergymen, warriors and several famous poets : with many other curious remarks and observations, not here mention'd / written in a plain method, by A.M., Gent. A. M., Gent. 1692 (1692) Wing M3; ESTC R9727 48,168 167 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
A47023 A theatre of wars between England and France in all the kings reigns, from the time of William the Conqueror to the conclusion of the peace, on the 10th of September, 1697 ... : with a map of England and France on a copper plate / by D. Jones. Jones, D. (David), fl. 1676-1720. 1698 (1698) Wing J934A; ESTC R43322 51,271 110 View Text
A65950 An exact diary of the late expedition of His Illustrious Highness, the Prince of Orange, now King of Great Britain, from his palace at the Hagve, to his landing at Torbay, and from thence to his arrival at White-Hall giving a particular account of all that happened, and every day's march / by a minister, chaplain in the army. Whittel, John. 1689 (1689) Wing W2044; ESTC R4013 51,793 84 View Text
A70236 The historians guide in two parts : first, The recovery of lost time ... translated out of Italian : second, Englands remembrancer ... Doglioni, Giovanni Nicolò, 1548-1629. Compendio del mondo universale.; Clarke, Samuel, 1599-1682. England's remembrancer. 1676 (1676) Wing H2094A; ESTC R2022 52,929 136 View Text
A81959 A letter from Sir Levvis Dyve: to the Lord Marquis of New-Castle giveing his Lordship an account of the whole conduct of the Kings affaires in Irland [sic], since the time of the Lord Marquis of Ormond, His Excellencies arrival there out of France in Septem. 1648. Until Sr. Lewis his departure out of that Kingdome, in June 1650. Together with the annexed coppies of sundry letters mentioned by Sr. Lewis Dyve as relating to the businesse he treats of from the Hauge 10. 20. July 1650. Dyve, Lewis, Sir, 1599-1669. 1650 (1650) Wing D2979; Thomason E616_7; ESTC R206730 54,200 79 View Text
B11942 The abridgment of Camden's Brita[n]nia with the maps of the seuerall shires of England and Wales.; Britannia. English. Abridgments Camden, William, 1551-1623. 1626 (1626) STC 4527; ESTC S107395 54,613 132 View Text
A26058 The cry of royal innocent blood heard and answered being a true and impartial account of Gods extraordinary and signal judgments upon regicides : with an historical relation of the deposing, murthering, and assasinating of several kings of England, Scotland, France, &c. ... Assheton, William, 1641-1711. 1683 (1683) Wing A4026; ESTC R23635 56,072 143 View Text
A79571 An epitomy of history. Wherein is shewn how severall princes and nations, came to their particular countries and dominions; also many great affaires in Judea, Tartaria, Russsia, Poland, Swethland, Germany Italy, Piedmont, Scotland, England, and many other places throughout the world, from the birth of our Saviour to this present time. H. C. 1661 (1661) Wing C39; ESTC R223831 56,492 161 View Text
A35243 The life of Oliver Cromwel, Lord Protector of the Common-wealth of England, Scotland, and Ireland being an account of all the battles, sieges, and other military atchievements, wherein he was engaged, in these three nations : and likewise, of his civil administrations while he had the supream government, till his death. R. B., 1632?-1725? 1680 (1680) Wing C7343; ESTC T135016 57,584 144 View Text
A69830 A vindication of the Parliament of England, in answer to a book written by William Molyneux of Dublin, Esq., intituled, The case of Irelands being bound by acts of Parliament in England, stated by John Cary ... Cary, John, d. 1720? 1698 (1698) Wing C734; ESTC R22976 59,166 136 View Text
A06144 The tragicocomedie of serpents. By Lodowik Lloid Esquier. Lloyd, Lodowick, fl. 1573-1610. 1607 (1607) STC 16631; STC 16631.5; ESTC S108782 59,286 110 View Text
A23561 A breuiat cronicle contaynynge all the kinges from Brute to this daye and manye notable actes gathered oute of diuers cronicles fro[m] Willyam Conquerour vnto the yere of Christ a. M.d.c.lii.; Chronicles of England. 1552 (1552) STC 9968; ESTC S4659 60,362 218 View Text
A77548 Britania triumphalis; a brief history of the vvarres and other state-affairs of Great Britain. From the death of the late King, to the dissolution of the last Parliament. 1654 (1654) Wing B4817A; Thomason E1487_2; ESTC R21059 61,011 215 View Text
A34407 A seasonable treatise wherein is proved that King William (commonly call'd the Conqueror) did not get the imperial crown of England by the sword, but by the election and consent of the people to whom he swore to observe the original contract between king and people. Cooke, Edward, of the Middle Temple. 1689 (1689) Wing C6001; ESTC R7506 61,016 185 View Text
A33624 Argumentum anti-normannicum, or, An argument proving, from ancient histories and records, that William, Duke of Normandy, made no absolute conquest of England by the Sword, in the sense of our modern writers being an answer to these four questions, viz. I. Whether William the First made an absolute conquest of this nation at his first entrance?, II. Whether he cancelled and abolished all the confessor's laws?, III. Whether he divided all our estates and fortunes between himself and his nobles?, IV. Whether it be not a grand error to affirm, that there were no English-men in the Common Council of the whole Kingdom? Atwood, William, d. 1705?; Johnson, Samuel, 1649-1703.; Coke, Edward, Sir, 1552-1634.; Petyt, William, 1636-1707.; Cooke, Edward, of the Middle Temple. 1682 (1682) Wing C4907; ESTC R1971 61,200 184 View Text
A26178 Reflections upon a treasonable opinion, industriously promoted, against signing the National association and the entring into it prov'd to be the duty of all subjects of this kingdom. Atwood, William, d. 1705? 1696 (1696) Wing A4179; ESTC R16726 61,345 70 View Text
A46965 The second part of The confutation of the Ballancing letter containing an occasional discourse in vindication of Magna Charta.; Confutation of the balancing letter. Part 2 Johnson, Samuel, 1649-1703.; Johnson, Samuel, 1649-1703. Confutation of a late pamphlet intituled A letter ballancing the necessity of keeping a landforce in time of peace. 1700 (1700) Wing J844; ESTC R16394 62,660 109 View Text
A25899 An Account of the reasons of the nobility and gentry's invitation of His Highness the Prince of Orange into England being a memorial from the English Protestants concerning their grievances : with a large account of the birth of the Prince of Wales, presented to Their Highnesses the Prince and Princess of Orange. 1688 (1688) Wing A379; ESTC R7166 63,097 32 View Text
A61485 Florus Britannicus, or, An exact epitome of the history of England, from William the Conquerour to the twelfth year of the reign of His Sacred Majesty Charls the Second, now flourishing illustrated with their perfect portraictures in exact copper plates ... / by Mathew Stevenson, Gent. Stevenson, Matthew, fl. 1654-1685. 1662 (1662) Wing S5501; ESTC R18156 64,856 62 View Text
A77544 Britains triumphs, or, A brief history of the warres and other state-affairs of Great Britain from the death of the king, to the third year of the government of the Lord Protector. 1656 (1656) Wing B4813; ESTC R212596 68,460 193 View Text
A13109 The discouerie of a gaping gulf vvhereinto England is like to be swallovved by another French mariage, if the Lord forbid not the banes, by letting her Maiestie see the sin and punishment thereof Stubbes, John, 1543-1591. 1579 (1579) STC 23400; ESTC S117921 68,725 88 View Text
A50810 A complete history of the late revolution from the first rise of it to this present time in three parts ... : to which is added a postscript, by way of seasonable advice to the Jacobite party. Miege, Guy, 1644-1718? 1691 (1691) Wing M2007; ESTC R18999 68,884 84 View Text
A37102 The history of His Sacred Majesty Charles the II, third monarch of Great Britain, crowned King of Scotland, at Scoone the first of Ianuary 1650 begun from the death of his royall father of happy memory, and continued to the present year, 1660 / by a person of quality. Dauncey, John, fl. 1663. 1660 (1660) Wing D291; ESTC R5096 69,173 262 View Text
A19807 A continuation of the historie of France from the death of Charles the eight where Comines endeth, till the death of Henry the second. Collected by Thomas Danett Gentleman. Danett, Thomas, fl. 1566-1601. 1600 (1600) STC 6234; ESTC S109248 69,757 158 View Text
A66882 The history of independency the fourth and last part : continued from the death of His late Majesty, King Charls the First of happy memory, till the deaths of the chief of that juncto / by T.M. Esquire, lover of his king and country. T. M., Esquire, lover of his king and country.; Walker, Clement, 1595-1651. History of independency. 1660 (1660) Wing W331A; ESTC R18043 73,036 134 View Text
A46552 An historical account of the memorable actions of the most glorious monarch William III, King of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, Prince of Orange &c. giving a true relation of all that happened of consequence since his glorious expedition into England ... together with the names of several of those worthy persons upon whom he has conferred honours and places of trust since his being proclaimed. J. S. 1689 (1689) Wing J32B; ESTC R31671 73,296 194 View Text
A52459 Natural allegiance, and a national protection, truly stated, being a full answer to Dr. G. Burnett's vindication of himself Northleigh, John, 1657-1705. 1688 (1688) Wing N1300; ESTC R18568 74,173 110 View Text
A61500 Three sermons preached by the Reverend and learned Dr. Richard Stuart ... to which is added, a fourth sermon, preached by the Right Reverend Father in God, Samuel Harsnett ...; Sermons. Selections Steward, Richard, 1593?-1651.; Harsnett, Samuel, 1561-1631. 1658 (1658) Wing S5527; ESTC R20152 74,369 194 View Text
B21038 The history of His sacred Majesty Charles the II, King of England, Scotland, France & Ireland, defender of the faith &c. begun from the murder of his royall father of happy memory & continued to this present year, 1660 / by a person of quality. Dauncey, John, fl. 1663.; Davies, James. 1660 (1660) Wing D292 74,871 224 View Text
A38443 Englands triumph a more exact history of His Majesties escape after the battle of Worcester : with a chronologicall discourse of his straits and dangerous adventures into France, his removes from place to place till his return into England with the most remarkable memorials since : to this present September, 1660. 1660 (1660) Wing E3060; ESTC R23871 76,632 137 View Text
A37340 A brief history of the life of Mary, Queen of Scots, and the occasions that brought her and Thomas, Duke of Norfolk, to their tragical ends shewing the hopes the Papists then had of a Popish successor in England, and their plots to accomplish them : with a full account of the tryals of that Queen, and of the said Duke, as also the trial of Philip Howard, Earl of Arundel : from the papers of a secretary of Sir Francis Walsingham / now published by a person of quality. M. D.; Walsingham, Francis, Sir, 1530?-1590. 1681 (1681) Wing D57; ESTC R8596 76,972 72 View Text
A60673 Britain's glory, and England's bravery wherein is shewed the degrees of honour from the prince to the peasant, with the honour of the nobles, and previleges of the commons, the proper places and precedency of all persons from the throne to the bondman, more particularly in coronations, processions, feasts, funerals and other great assembly : as also honour of arms, power of heralds, signification of charges in coat-armour, with an armorial dictionary, explaining the terms of heraldry, and an account of all the orders of knighthood in Christendom, and of the weights and measures of England : to which is added a continuation of The historians guide, from November, 1687, where the third and last impression ends, to June, 1687 / being the collections and observations of Benjamine Smithurst. Smithurst, Benjamine. 1689 (1689) Wing S4356; ESTC R31948 77,938 230 View Text
A86055 Natura prodigiorum or, a discourse touching the nature of prodigies. Together with the kinds, causes and effects, of comets, eclipses, and earthquakes. With an appendix touching the imposturism of the commonly-received doctrine of prophecies, spirits, images, sigils, lamens, the christal, &c. and the propugners of such opinions. / By John Gadbury philomathēmatikos. Gadbury, John, 1627-1704. 1660 (1660) Wing G91; Thomason E2131_3; ESTC R202414 80,331 276 View Text
A01405 The true and vvonderfull history of Perkin VVarbeck, proclaiming himselfe Richard the fourth Gainsford, Thomas, d. 1624? 1618 (1618) STC 11525; ESTC S102839 82,337 124 View Text
A65260 Memoires of the family of Stuarts and the remarkable providences of God towards them in an historical account of the lives of those His Majesty's progenitors of that name that were kings of Scotland. Watson, John, b. 1597? 1683 (1683) Wing W1081; ESTC R35236 83,515 202 View Text
A50359 A breviary of the history of the Parliament of England expressed in three parts, 1. The causes and beginnings of the civil war of England, 2. A short mention of the progress of that civil war, 3. A compendious relation of the original and progress of the second civil war / first written in Latine, & after into English by Thomas May. May, Thomas, 1595-1650. 1655 (1655) Wing M1396; ESTC R31201 87,485 222 View Text
A26170 The history and reasons of the dependency of Ireland upon the imperial crown of the kingdom of England rectifying Mr. Molineux's state of The case of Ireland's being bound by acts of Parliament in England. Atwood, William, d. 1705? 1698 (1698) Wing A4172; ESTC R35293 90,551 225 View Text
A70797 The royall martyr. Or, King Charles the First no man of blood but a martyr for his people Being a brief account of his actions from the beginnings of the late unhappy warrs, untill he was basely butchered to the odium of religion, and scorn of all nations, before his pallace at White-Hall, Jan. 30. 1648. To which is added, A short history of His Royall Majesty Charles the Second, King of England, Scotland, France, and Ireland, defender of the faith, &c. third monarch of Great Brittain.; King Charles the First, no man of blood: but a martyr for his people. Philipps, Fabian, 1601-1690.; W.H.B. 1660 (1660) Wing P2018A; ESTC R35297 91,223 229 View Text
A35228 An epitome of all the lives of the kings of France from Pharamond the First, to the now most Christian King Levvis the thirteenth : with a relation of the famous battailes of the two kings of England, who were the first victorious princes that conquered France / translated out of the French coppy by R.B. Esq. R. B., 1632?-1725?; Commynes, Philippe de, ca. 1447-1511.; Brathwaite, Richard, 1588?-1673. 1639 (1639) Wing C7322A; ESTC S108602 91,960 364 View Text
A01158 An epitome of all the lives of the kings of France From Pharamond the first, to the now most Christian King Levvis the thirteenth. With a relation of the famous battailes of the two kings of England, who were the first victorious princes that conquered France. Translated out of the French coppy by R.B. Esq. Commynes, Philippe de, ca. 1447-1511, attributed name.; Brathwaite, Richard, 1588?-1673, attributed name.; Basset, Robert, attributed name. 1639 (1639) STC 11273; ESTC S108602 92,155 414 View Text