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A53005 The Popes supremacy destroyed by the French King, as it was by King Henry VIII of England communicated in a letter from Paris, 25 March, 1682. T. N. 1682 (1682) Wing N79; ESTC R10623 2,263 4 View Text
B04968 Queries relateing to the present state of England 1689 (1689) Wing Q173B; ESTC R182315 2,433 4 View Text
A75481 An anti-remonstrance, to the late humble remonstrance to the High Court of Parliament. 1641 (1641) Wing A3511; Thomason E206_7; ESTC R209859 2,708 9 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
A48060 A letter from His Holiness the Pope of Rome, to His Highness the Prince of Orange containing several proposals and overtures of agreement betwixt the Church of England, and the Church of Rome / translated out of Latin, for the benefit of all true Protestants. Innocent XI, Pope, 1611-1689.; William III, King of England, 1650-1702. 1689 (1689) Wing L1474; ESTC R9260 4,032 8 View Text
A89680 Truths defence against lies. In a brief answer to a book, intituled the Worcestershire petition defended; set forth by one (of Englands blind guides) who calles himself a minister of Christ, yet pleads altogether, that the friars, abbots, bishops, deans and chapters lands, which the papists set forth to maintain their idolatrous worship, are of divine right and institution, and were given to the maintaining of the Church of England, which he calles the Church of Christ, and complains of the sin of sacriledge, against those who have, or shall take any of the aforesaid lands or tithes, from the clergy, which he calles the Church, &c. Nicholson, Benjamin. 1655 (1655) Wing N1107; Thomason E843_1; ESTC R202142 4,373 7 View Text
A84039 The envy of the popish prelates, against the City of London and faithfull ministers of Gods vvord. Shewing also their willingnesse to helpe against Scotland, and their slacknesse and want of pitty to the poore protestants in Ireland. Likewise their readinesse to raise a tumult at Westminster, by stirring up the constables to withstand the citizens of London in Christmas last. 1642 (1642) Wing E3140; Thomason E142_11; ESTC R212739 4,483 8 View Text
A60236 Simeon and Levi, brethren in iniquity a comparison between a papist and a Scotch presbyter, or, An account of the antient and modern Jesuits, in point of doctrine and practice, carefully extracted and parallel'd : for the benefit of all His Majesties loyal subjects, who are not willing to be cheated out of their loyalty, religion, and lives, and at length their souls, and all under a specious pretence of religion, by such men as make godliness their gain, and religion the stalking-horse, to all their black designes. 1679 (1679) Wing S3788; ESTC R12823 4,742 7 View Text
A58691 An account of Queen Mary's methods for introducing popery, and procuring a Parliament to confirm it seasonable to be published in this time of imminent danger and dedicated to the Right Honourable the Earl of Shaftsbury. T. S. 1681 (1681) Wing S150; ESTC R8480 4,846 17 View Text
A91072 A prophecie of the life, reigne, and death of VVilliam Laud, Archbishop of Canterbury: by an exposition on part of the 13. and 15. chapters of the Revelation of John. Wherein the summe of all his actions are foretold, his name nominated, his correspondency with the Pope, his cruelty to the Church, and the strange wonders declared, which in his time should be done by fire from heaven: and his courts, seals, marks, yea the very monopolies all clearly forshewed: also how by the supreme councell he shalbe put to death; after which they shall rejoyce, and obtaine a finall victory over the Papists in armes against them. Perused and allowed. 1644 (1644) Wing P3682; Thomason E18_8; ESTC R210009 4,981 8 View Text
A88166 A copie of a letter, written by John Lilburne Leut. Collonell. To Mr. William Prinne Esq. (Upon the coming out of his last booke, intituled Truth triumphing over falshood, antiquity over novelty) in which he laies down five propositions, which he desires to discusse with the said Mr. Prinne. Lilburne, John, 1614?-1657. 1645 (1645) Wing L2092; Thomason E24_22; ESTC R21507 5,103 7 View Text
A36912 The copy of a letter sent from the Cardinall du Perron embassadour for the French king at Rome concerning the divisions of the papists of England their difference in government whether by bishops or Jesuites with the care of His Holinesse in the agreement, and his judgement in placing of bishops in England for making priests to increase the Catholic number : whereunto is added a certaine conjecture of the use both prelates and papists have made of the cardinals counsell to augment and establish their greatnesse.; Ambassades et negotiations. English. Selections Du Perron, Jacques Davy, 1556-1618. 1641 (1641) Wing D2637; ESTC R5607 5,454 9 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
A59244 The schism of the Church of England &c. demonstrated in four arguments formerly propos'd to Dr. Gunning and Dr. Pearson, the late Bishops of Ely and Chester / by two Catholick disputants, in a celebrated conference upon that point. Spencer, John, 1601-1671.; Gunning, Peter, 1614-1684.; Pearson, John, 1613-1686.; Lenthall, John, Sir, 1625-1681.; Sergeant, John, 1622-1707. 1688 (1688) Wing S2591; ESTC R15805 5,784 13 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
A25670 An anti-remonstrance to the late humble remonstrance to the high court of Parliament 1641 (1641) Wing A3512; ESTC R13045 7,536 18 View Text
A13424 A briefe remembrance of all the English monarchs, from the Normans conquest, vntill this present. By Iohn Taylor Taylor, John, 1580-1653. 1618 (1618) STC 23736; ESTC S102441 7,924 105 View Text
A88116 The lier laid open in a letter, first written to a friend in the country, at his desire, for his private satisfaction: and now printed for the publick. Touching a late pamphlet, intituled, The manifold practises and attempts of the Hamiltons: and particularly, of the present Duke of Hamilton, (now generall of the Scottish Army) to get the crown of Scotland. 1648 (1648) Wing L1948; Thomason E451_44; ESTC R202715 8,035 16 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
B09866 Reflections upon the bulls of the Popes Paul the Third and Pius the Fifth emitted against King Henry the 8 and Queen Elizabeth of England. Philotheus. 1686 (1686) Wing R724A; ESTC R232036 8,047 16 View Text
A42681 Day-fatality, or, Some observation of days lucky and unlucky concluding with some remarques upon the fourteenth of October, the auspicious birth-day of His Royal Highness, James Duke of York. Gibbon, John, 1629-1718. 1679 (1679) Wing G647; ESTC R30405 8,075 10 View Text
A38889 An exact and true account of the number, names, founders, and the years of foundation of all the publick schools in England with all the reputed academics and universites in the Christian world, viz. England, Scotland, Ireland, Bohemia, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Lithuania, Moravia, Poland, Prussia, Portugal, Spain, Sicily, Silesia, Sweden, Switzerland, and Transilvania. 1687 (1687) Wing E3608A; ESTC R36395 8,130 1 View Text
A33074 The Church of England truly represented according to Dr. Heylins history of the Reformation : in justification of Her Royal Highness the late Dutchess [sic] of Yorks paper. York, Anne Hyde, Duchess of, 1637-1671. 1686 (1686) Wing C4192; ESTC R23708 9,803 22 View Text
A76406 A true tryall of the ministers and ministry of England; as also a true discovery of their root and foundation, and of the called English Church, with its honours, possessions, tythes, and maintenance. Together with the fruits of the said ministers and ministry. Published for the sake of the simple ones, that they may no longer be deceived; but may come to witnesse the altar, whereof they have no right to eat who serve at the tabernacle, Hebr. 13. 10. / Written forth by Gervase Benson. Benson, Gervase, d. 1679. 1655 (1655) Wing B1903; Thomason E857_2; ESTC R206612 10,040 15 View Text
A27408 A true tryall of the ministers and ministry of England as also a true discovery of their root and foundation, and of the called English Church ... / written forth by Gervase Benson ... Benson, Gervase, d. 1679. 1656 (1656) Wing B1904; ESTC R20721 10,090 15 View Text
A25533 An answer to a pamphlet entituled The humble apologie of the English Catholicks written by a Royalist before Christmas, 1666. Royalist. 1667 (1667) Wing A3324; ESTC R16391 10,450 18 View Text
A72529 An advertisement to everie Godly reader of Mr. Thomas Brightman his book. namely [sic], A revelation of the apocalyps. In which advertisement is shewed how corruptly he teacheth, that notwithstanding all the sinns & abhominations that are in the Church of England, and by him shewed, yet that it is blasphemous to separate from it L'Écluse, Jean de. 1612 (1612) STC 15351.7; ESTC S124557 10,502 15 View Text
A42682 Day-fatality, or, Some observations of days lucky and unlucky penn'd and publish'ed whil'st His present Majesty, the most serenc king, James II was Duke of York, persecuted by the excluding party, and retir'd into the Low-Countries : presaging many great things, some whereof are wonderfully come to pass, and particularly made good, in his peaceable inthronization, and his speedy quashing two notable rebellions, headed by two persons, eminent for military conduct, one in England, the other in Scotland, and by whom greater things are yet to be done. Gibbon, John, 1629-1718. 1686 (1686) Wing G648; ESTC R7283 10,537 13 View Text
A48827 The pretences of the French invasion examined for the information of the people of England Lloyd, William, 1627-1717.; Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731. 1692 (1692) Wing L2690; ESTC R20528 11,190 19 View Text
A37324 A letter from a Protestant of integrity to a principal peer of the realm now sitting in Parliament by way of animadversion on a letter from a person of quality to the same peer of the realm : occasioned by the present debate upon the penal laws. C. D. 1661 (1661) Wing D53; ESTC R26472 11,502 20 View Text
A40686 A sermon of reformation preached at the Church of the Savoy, last fast day, July 27, 1643 / by Thomas Fuller ... Fuller, Thomas, 1608-1661. 1643 (1643) Wing F2461; ESTC R21908 11,914 24 View Text
A78478 Certaine observations touching the two great offices of the seneschalsey or high-stewardship, and high-constableship of England. 1642 (1642) Wing C1713; Thomason E122_23; ESTC R5060 13,081 16 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
A11038 The abuses of the Romish church anatomised. By a vvelwiller to Sion, and to all them that loue the truth in the truth Catholic Church. 1623 (1623) STC 21302; ESTC S107868 13,157 44 View Text
A19567 The copy of certain lettres sent to the Quene, and also to doctour Martin and doctour Storye, by the most reuerende father in God, Thomas Cranmer Archebishop of Cantorburye from prison in Oxeforde: who (after long and most greuous strayt emprisoning and cruell handlyng) most constauntly and willingly suffred martirdome ther, for the true testimonie of Christ, in Marche. 1556 Cranmer, Thomas, 1489-1556.; Mary I, Queen of England, 1516-1558.; Martin, Thomas, d. 1584.; Story, John, 1510?-1571. 1556 (1556) STC 5999; ESTC S116426 13,460 34 View Text
A74751 Queries of highest consideration, proposed to the five Holland ministers and the Scotch Commissioners (so called) upon occasion of their late printed apologies for themselves and their churches. In all humble reverence presented to the view of the Right Honourable the Houses of the High Court of Parliament. Williams, Roger, 1604?-1683. 1644 (1644) Thomason E32_8; ESTC R212639 13,716 21 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
A13511 Taylors travels and circular perambulation, through, and by more then thirty times twelve signes of the Zodiack, of the famous cities of London and Westminster With the honour and worthinesse of the vine, the vintage, the wine, and the vintoner; with an alphabeticall description, of all the taverne signes in the cities, suburbs, and liberties aforesaid, and significant epigrams upon the said severall signes. Written by Iohn Taylor. Taylor, John, 1580-1653. 1636 (1636) STC 23805; ESTC S118288 14,209 64 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
A02628 A recantation sermon preached in the gate-house at VVestminster the 30. day of Iuly 1620 In the presence of many worshipfull persons, by Iohn Harding, late Priest and Dominican Fryar. Wherein he hath declared his iust motiues which haue moued him to leaue the Church of Rome, and to vnite himselfe with the reformed Church of England, whose faith and doctrine, the ancient fathers and holy martyrs haue confirmed both by bloud and writing. Shewing herein the grose errors of Rome, in matters of faith, their corrupting the Fathers, and their present declining to some strange and future ruine. Harding, John, fl. 1620. 1620 (1620) STC 12756; ESTC S115165 15,923 28 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
A90114 O friends! no friends, to King, Church and state. Or, Thames, Twede and Tyne paraell'd [sic] with Romes Tyber and king-poysoning Po. With positions and practices from Rome and from Rhemes, from Edenburgh and Geneva, poiz'd to some purpose, as the case now stands : and, presented to all impartiall patriots and Presbyterians. / By Veridicus, præterea nihil. Veridicus. 1648 (1648) Wing O14; Thomason E432_25; ESTC R203077 17,850 30 View Text
A67233 Certaine serious thoughts which at severall times & upon sundry occasions have stollen themselves into verse and now into the publike view from the author [Wyvill coat of arms] Esquire ; together w[i]th a chronologicall table denoeting [sic] the names of such princes as ruled the neighbor states and were con-temporary to our English kings, observeing throughout ye number of yeares w[hi]ch every one of them reigned. Wyvill, Christopher, 1651?-1711.; Marshall, William, fl. 1617-1650.; Wyvill, Christopher, 1651?-1711. Chronologicall catalogue of such persons as ruled the neighbour-states, and were contemporary to the severall kings of England, since the coming in of the Conqueror. 1647 (1647) Wing W3784; ESTC R38784 18,436 93 View Text
A29084 A defence of the Kings authority and supremacy in the church & church-discipline and that he is supream head and governour over all persons, in all causes ecclesiastical : against these disciplinarians, the Pope and his clergy, the bishops and episcoparians, the Scottish and English Presbyterians, with the independents ... / by Theophilus Brabourne. Brabourne, Theophilus, b. 1590. 1660 (1660) Wing B4091; ESTC R25285 18,498 27 View Text
A58328 Animadversions by way of answer to a sermon preached by Dr. Thomas Kenne, Lord Bishop of Bath and Wells, in the Cathedral Church of Bath, on Ascension-Day last, being the fifth day of May, 1687 Reed, John, Father. 1687 (1687) Wing R665; ESTC R36704 18,505 40 View Text
A67421 Rome for good news, or, Good news from Rome in a dialogue between seminary priest, and a supposed Protestant, at large. An exhortation to bishops. Whereunto is also annexed a discourse between a poor man, and his wife. Wallis, Ralph, d. 1669. 1662 (1662) Wing W618; ESTC R236681 18,605 32 View Text
A57374 A discovrse of the originall and fundamentall cause of naturall, customary, arbitrary, voluntary and necessary warre with the mystery of invasive warre : that ecclesiasticall prelates, have alwayes beene subject to temporall princes ... / by Sir Walter Rawleigh ... Raleigh, Walter, Sir, 1552?-1618. 1650 (1650) Wing R158; ESTC R9599 18,812 70 View Text
A80765 The disputes between Mr. Cranford, and Dr. Chamberlen. At the house of Mr. William Webb, at the end of Bartholomew Lane, by the Old Exchange: on March 1. 1652, and April 1. 6. 13. / Published for the satisfaction of all that love the truth. Cranford, James, d. 1657.; Chamberlen, Peter, 1601-1683. 1652 (1652) Wing C6822; Thomason E666_6; ESTC R206920 19,015 40 View Text
A09823 The seditious and blasphemous oration of Cardinal Pole both against god [and] his cou[n]try which he directid to themperour in his booke intytuled the defence of the eclesiastical vnitye, mouing the emperour therin to seke the destruction of England and all those whiche had professid the gospele translated into englysh by Fabyane Wythers.; Pro ecclesiasticae unitatis defensione. English. Selections Pole, Reginald, 1500-1558.; Withers, Fabian.; Atanagi, Dionigi, ca. 1504-1573. aut 1560 (1560) STC 20087; ESTC S114887 19,235 80 View Text
A62874 A serious consideration of the oath of the Kings supremacy wherein these six propositions are asserted. 1. That some swearing is lawful. 2. That some promissory oaths are lawful. 3. That a promissory oath of allegiance and due obedience to a king is lawful. 4. That the King in his realm, is the onely supreme governour over all persons. 5. That the king is the governour of the realm, as well in all spiritual or ecclesiastical things, or causes, as temporal. 6. That the jurisdictions, priviledges, preeminences, and authorities in that oath, may be assisted and defended. By John Tombes B.D. Tombes, John, 1603?-1676. 1660 (1660) Wing T1818; ESTC R220153 19,748 28 View Text
A35517 A discourse shewing that kings have their being and authority from God that therefore good kings when dead are lamented, that all while living are to be obeyed, and that treason and rebellion are punishable both in this and the next world : preached the Sunday following the news of the death of ... Charles the Second / by John Curtois ... Curtois, John, 1650 or 51-1719. 1685 (1685) Wing C7700; ESTC R17308 19,772 38 View Text
A46363 Monsieur Jvriev's judgment upon the question of defending our religion by arms, with reflections upon the affairs of England, in his ninth pastoral letter of the third year faithfully translated out of French.; Lettres pastorales addressées aux fidèles de France qui gémissent sous la captivité de Babylon. Année 3. Lettre 9. English Jurieu, Pierre, 1637-1713. 1689 (1689) Wing J1204; ESTC R15972 19,775 36 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
B10051 An historical epistle of the great amitie and good offices betvvixt the popes of Rome, and kings of Great Britanie. Written to King Iames soone after his coming into England. / By Richard Smith ... Smith, Richard, 1566-1655.; England and Wales. Sovereign (1603-1625 : James I) 1652 (1652) Wing S4153; ESTC R184318 20,328 71 View Text
A48829 A seasonable discourse shewing the necessity of maintaining the established religion, in opposition to popery Lloyd, William, 1627-1717.; Fell, John, 1625-1686. 1673 (1673) Wing L2693; ESTC R20499 20,845 26 View Text
A95583 A short relation of a long iourney, made round or ovall by encompassing the principalitie of Wales, from London, through and by the counties of Middlesex and Buckingham, Berks, Oxonia, Warwick, Stafford, Chester, Flint, Denbigh, Anglesey, Carnarvan, Merioneth, Cardigan, Pembrooke, Caermarden, Glamorgan, Monmouth, Glocester, &c. This painfull circuit began on Tuesday the 13 of July last, 1652. and was ended (or both ends brought together) on Tuesday the 7. of September following, being near 600. miles. Whereunto is annexed an epitome of the famous history of Wales. / Performed by the riding, going, crawling, running, and writing of John Taylor, dwelling at the sign of the Poets Head, in Phenix Alley, near the midle of Long Aker or Covent Garden. Taylor, John, 1580-1653. 1653 (1653) Wing T512; Thomason E1432_2; ESTC R209533 21,036 48 View Text
A41042 Seasonable advice to Protestants shewing the necessity of maintaining the established religion in opposition to popery / by Dr. Fell ... Fell, John, 1625-1686. 1688 (1688) Wing F620; ESTC R6938 21,116 40 View Text
A11779 The Belgick souldier vvarre vvas a blessing. Scott, Thomas, 1580?-1626. 1624 (1624) STC 22071; ESTC S116965 21,486 44 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
A30477 The unreasonableness and impiety of popery: in a second letter written upon the discovery of the late plot.. Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. 1678 (1678) Wing B5935; ESTC R7487 22,368 40 View Text
A77439 A brief history of the rise, growth, reign, supports, and sodain fatal foyl of popery, during the three years and an half of James the Second, King of England, Scotland, France and Ireland Together with a description of the six popish pillars, the Anabaptists, Presbyterians, Quakers, Independents, Roman-Catholicks, & popish church-men. The perpetual addressers of the King. 1690 (1690) Wing B4600; ESTC R229470 22,583 35 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
A52706 A letter from a gentleman in the city to a gentleman in the country, about the odiousness of persecution wherein the rise and end of the penal laws for religion in this kingdom, are consider'd : occasioned by the late rigorous proceedings against sober dissenters, by certain angry justices in the country. A. N.; Penn, William, 1644-1718. 1687 (1687) Wing N3; Wing L1388A_CANCELLED; ESTC R9450 23,013 34 View Text
A62951 Innocency no shield against envy A sermon preached on Friday, April 11. being the fast-day appointed by the Kings proclamation to seek reconciliation with God, &c. By George Topham, rector of Boston in Lincolnshire. Perused and approved of by the right Reverend father in God, Thomas, Lord Bishop of Lincoln. Topham, George, d. 1694. 1679 (1679) Wing T1906; ESTC R220703 23,634 40 View Text
A40465 The French politician found out, or, Considerations on the late pretensions that France claims to England and Ireland and her designs and plots in order thereunto by a well-wisher of his countrey. Well-wisher of his countrey. 1680 (1680) Wing F2194; ESTC R9405 23,641 54 View Text
A55316 The politician discovered, or, Considerations of the late pretensions that France claims to England and Ireland, and her designs and plots in order thereunto in two serious discourses / by a true Protestant and well-wisher of his countrey. Petty, William, Sir, 1623-1687. 1681 (1681) Wing P2767; ESTC R23435 23,653 54 View Text
A91183 The first part of an historical collection of the ancient Parliaments of England, from the yeer of our Lord 673, till the end of King John's reign, anno 1216. Wherein is cleerly demonstrated by histories and records beyond contradiction, that the ancient parliaments, and great councels of England, during all this tract of time, and many yeers after, were constituted, and consisted onely of our kings, princes, dukes, earls, nobles, barons, spiritual and temporal lords, and those we now usually stile the House of Peers; and that both the legislative and judicial power of our parliaments resided onliy [sic] in them; without any knights, citizens, burgesses of Parliament, or Commons House, not knowne, nor heard of, till of punier times then these. Published, to inform the ignorance, and check the insolent usurpations of those few commoners, who now call themselves not only the Commons House, but Parliament of England; and (as much as in them lies) have most unjustly excluded both our King and lords from being any Members, or branches of our late, or future Parliaments. / By William Prynne of Swainswick, Esquire. Prynne, William, 1600-1669. 1649 (1649) Wing P3957; Thomason E569_23; ESTC R203232 23,817 33 View Text
A04551 A crovvne garland of goulden roses Gathered out of Englands royall garden. Being the liues and strange fortunes of many great personages of this land. Set forth in many pleasant new songs and sonetts neuer before imprinted. By Richard Iohnson.; Crowne-garland of goulden roses. Johnson, Richard, 1573-1659? 1612 (1612) STC 14672; ESTC S119112 24,012 96 View Text
A33327 The life & death of William, surnamed the Conqueror, King of England and Duke of Normandy, who dyed Anno Christi, 1087 by Samuel Clarke ... Clarke, Samuel, 1599-1682. 1671 (1671) Wing C4534; ESTC R19248 24,316 47 View Text
A02547 An holy panegyrick a sermon preached at Paules Crosse vpon the anniuersarie solemnitie of the happie inauguration of our dread soueraigne Lord King James, Mar. 24, 1613 / by J.H.D.D. Hall, Joseph, 1574-1656. 1613 (1613) STC 12673; ESTC S122954 24,489 120 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
A91796 Plain dealing: or the unvailing of the opposers of the present government and governors. In answer of several things affirmed by Mr. Vavasor Powell and others: shewing, 1. That there is no reason to oppose or finde fault with the present government. 2. That there is not any scripture that doth justifie their opposing the present government. 3. That the word of God is for the present government and governors, and requireth us to own them and to be subject to them. 4. That the holy scriptures are against the opposition that is made against the present government and governors. 5. Reasons to prove that his highnesse Oliver Cromwell and the right honourable his councel ought to execute the legislative power. / By Samuel Richardson. Richardson, Samuel, fl. 1643-1658. 1653 (1653) Wing R1412; Thomason E865_3; ESTC R207618 24,991 24 View Text
A95627 A sermon preached at the primary visitation of the Most Reverend Father in God Michael Lord Arch-Bishop of Armagh, primate and metropolitan of all Ireland, and lord high chancellor of the same. Held at Drogheda, August 20. 1679. / by Rich. Tenison ... Tenison, Richard, 1640?-1705.; Boyle, Michael, 1609?-1702. 1679 (1679) Wing T683; ESTC R184950 25,194 36 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
A02664 Tessaradelphus, or The four brothers The qualities of whom are contayned in this old riddle. Foure bretheren were bred at once without flesh, bloud, or bones. One with a beard, but two had none, the fourth had but halfe one. Collected and translated, by Thomas Harrab. Harrab, Thomas. 1616 (1616) STC 12797; ESTC S106009 25,718 40 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
A02788 The epistle exhortatorye of an Englyshe Christyane vnto his derelye beloued co[n]treye of Englande against the pompouse popyshe bysshoppes therof, as yet the true members of theyr fylthye father the great Antichrist of Rome, Henry Stalbrydge. Bale, John, 1495-1563. 1544 (1544) STC 1291A; ESTC S100624 26,266 68 View Text
A19149 A second manuduction, for Mr. Robinson. Or a confirmation of the former, in an ansvver to his manumission Ames, William, 1576-1633. 1615 (1615) STC 556; ESTC S115272 26,714 36 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
A88839 The Jacobite principles vindicated in answer to a letter sent to the author. Dedicated to the Queen of England. Lawton, Charlwood, 1660-1721. 1693 (1693) Wing L739C; ESTC R215013 27,077 30 View Text
A41852 One out-cry more against tythes unto the chief ruler of the nation of Engand [sic] and all that are with him of God permitted to be in present authority, whether Parliament, Councel or Army; by whatsoever name or title known or called: but in a more especial manner, to such of them as are yet remaining faithfnl [sic] unto the former declared for, and never to be forgotten cause of King Jesus, who are such as have not departed, through sinning against the light of a good conscience, ... And yer notwithstanding, you that are in present power know these things, do even as he did, suffer the saints in your name, and by your power daylie to be imprisoned, and otherwayes afflicted; and that you may not be ignorant thereof, I have been moved to make the same known unto you by way of declaration, which is grounded upon the Holy Scriptures; wherein is contained the manner of our sufferings, and by whom: ... Written the beginning of the second month, 1657. by Isaac Grayes, prisoner for the cause of Christ in the Wood-street Compter, London, ...; One out-cry more against tythes unto the chief ruler of the nation of England. Graye, Isaac. 1657 (1657) Wing G1626; ESTC R220318 27,098 37 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
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
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
A91879 The falsehood of Mr. VVilliam Pryn's Truth triumphing, in the antiquity of popish princes and Parliaments. To which, he attributes a sole, sovereigne, legislative, coercive power in all matters of religion; discovered to be full of absurdities, contradictions, sacriledge, and to make more in favour of Rome and Antichrist, than all the bookes and pamphlets which were ever published, whether by papall or episcopall prelates, or parisites, since the reformation. With twelve queries, eight whereof visit Mr. Pryn the second time, because they could not be satisfied at the first. Robinson, Henry, 1605?-1664? 1645 (1645) Wing R1672; Thomason E273_16; Thomason E282_11; ESTC R200048 28,156 36 View Text
A34077 The plausible arguments of a Romish priest answered by an English Protestant seasonable and useful for all Protestant families. Comber, Thomas, 1645-1699. 1686 (1686) Wing C5481; ESTC R16555 28,548 65 View Text
A06555 The English iarre· or disagreement amongst the ministers of great Brittaine, concerning the Kinges supremacy. VVritten in Latin by the Reuerend Father, F. Martinus Becanus of the Society of Iesus, and professour in diuinity. And translated into English by I.W. P.; Dissidium Anglicarum de primatu Regis. English Becanus, Martinus, 1563-1624.; Wilson, John, ca. 1575-ca. 1645? 1612 (1612) STC 1702; ESTC S121050 28,588 66 View Text
A36088 A Discourse concerning the grounds & causes of this miserable civill war wherein Ireland is exhausted, England wasted, and Scotland likely to be imbroyled, and wherein not only liberty but religion is endangered, &c. 1644 (1644) Wing D1587; ESTC R15277 28,919 40 View Text
A39852 A letter from a gentleman of quality in the country, to his friend, upon his being chosen a member to serve in the approaching Parliament, and desiring his advice being an argument relating to the point of succession to the Crown : shewing from Scripture, law, history, and reason, how improbable (if not impossible) it is to bar the next heir in the right line from the succession. E. F. 1679 (1679) Wing F14; ESTC R19698 29,065 21 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
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
A85485 The progresse of divine providence, set out in a sermon preached in the Abbey Church of Westminster before the house of Peers, on the 24th of September, 1645. being the day of their monethly fast. / By William Gouge, one of the members of the Assembly. Gouge, William, 1578-1653. 1645 (1645) Wing G1393; Thomason E302_25; ESTC R200284 30,328 48 View Text
B20784 An essay for the conversion of the Irish shewing that 'tis their duty and interest to become Protestants : in a letter to themselves. Cox, Richard, Sir, 1650-1733. 1698 (1698) Wing C6721 30,538 48 View Text
A11788 A true souldiers councel; Experimentall discoverie of Spanish practises. Hexham, Henry, 1585?-1650?, attributed name.; Scott, Thomas, 1580?-1626, attributed name. 1624 (1624) STC 22078; ESTC S114763 30,552 55 View Text
A32794 Eben-ezer, a thankful memorial of God's mercy in preserving England from the gunpowder-treason, 1605 being a sermon on 1 Sam. 7:12, prepared for Novemb. 5th to be preacht at the cathedral, but preacht for the most part of it at the parish-church of Temple, in the city of Bristol, on the 6th of Novem. being the Lord's day / by John Chetwynd ... Chetwynd, John, 1623-1692. 1682 (1682) Wing C3796; ESTC R19751 30,602 46 View Text
A11786 An Experimentall discoverie of Spanish practises, or, The Counsell of a well-wishing souldier, for the good of his prince and state wherein is manifested from known experience, both the cruelty, and policy of the Spaniard, to effect his own ends : chiefly swelling with multiplicity of glorious titles, as one of the greatest monarchs of the earth, that being admired of all, his greatnesse might amaze all, and so by degrees seeking covertly to tyrannize over all, when as indeed and truth, the greatest part of his pretended greatnesse is but a windy crack of an ambitious minde. Scott, Thomas, 1580?-1626.; Hexham, Henry, 1585?-1650? 1623 (1623) STC 22077; ESTC S1713 30,960 58 View Text