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A04316 A New song to the great comfort and reioycing of all true English harts at our most gracious King Iames his proclamation vpon the 24 of March last past in the cittie of London to the tune of Englands pride is gone. 1603 (1603) STC 14426.7; ESTC S4714 955 1 View Text
B04966 The queens lamentation, or, The most sad and mournfull complaint of her sacred majesty, the Queen of England, upon the death of her most dear and well esteemed son, the most elustrious prince, Henry, Duke of Glocester, 3d. brother to our gracious king, Charles the 2d. Deceased the 13. of September, 1660. Carried over from France, by Sir James O Neal, knight and baronet; comitted to the press by his own inportuning desire. To the tune of, Franklin. 1660 (1660) Wing Q157C; ESTC R182311 1,132 1 View Text
B02868 Dying tears. Or, Englands joy turned to mourning, for the loss of that vertuous Prince, Henry Duke of Glocester, 3d. son to our late soveraign King Charles the first: who departed this life the 13 of September, in the year of our Lord, 1660. Prepare for death before you dye, if you would live eternally. To the tune of, Aim not too high. 1660 (1660) Wing D2958A; ESTC R174796 1,504 1 View Text
A69314 Edward, Duke of Somerset, Erle of Hertford ...; Proclamations. 1547-09-04 England and Wales. Sovereign (1547-1553 : Edward VI) 1547 (1547) STC 7811; ESTC S109325 1,674 1 View Text
B12670 Forasmuch as it hath pleased Almighty God to call to his mercy out of this transitory life our soueraigne lady, the high and mighty prince, Elizabeth late Queene of England, France, and Ireland ... England and Wales. Privy Council. 1603 (1603) STC 8298; Interim Tract Supplement Guide 506.h.10[1] 1,677 2 View Text
A07307 An English-royall pedegree common to the two most noble princes lately married Friderick, first prince of imperiall blood sprung from glorious Charlemagne, Count Palatine of the Rhine ... [brace] and [brace] ELizabeth, Infanta of Albion, Princesse Palatine ... onely daughter of our most gracious King Iames and Queene Anne : being both of them in one and the same degree of lineall descent from Edward the Third, the victorious king of England / [by] Iames Maxwell. Maxwell, James, b. 1581. 1613 (1613) STC 17699.5; ESTC S3069 1,750 1 View Text
A02945 A lamentation of the death of the moost victorious Prynce Henry the eyght late kynge of thys noble royalme of Englande 1547 (1547) STC 13089; ESTC S118309 1,809 1 View Text
A83394 A proclamation. VVhereas it hath pleased Almighty God in his great mercy to this kingdom, to vouchsafe us a miraculous deliverance from popery and arbitrary power ...; Proceedings. 1689-02-13 England and Wales. Parliament. 1689 (1689) Wing E2200C; ESTC R231053 1,863 1 View Text
A26395 An address presented to the King, August 7th, 1689 when those from the Massachuset's colony were, by that worthy citizen, Sir Henry Ashurst, Baronet : to Their Most Excellent Majesties, King William and Queen Mary of England, &c., the humble address and petition of the General Court of Your Majesties most ancient colony of New-Plymouth in New-England. New Plymouth Colony. General Court.; Hinckley, Thomas, ca. 1618-1706.; Ashurst, Henry, 1614?-1680. 1689 (1689) Wing A556; ESTC R1945 1,905 2 View Text
A47455 The King and the Bishop, or, Unlearned men hard matters out can find when learned Bishops Princes eyes do blind to the tune of Chevy-Chase. 1672 (1672) Wing K550; ESTC R179274 2,157 1 View Text
A52887 A New ballad shewing how a Prince of England loved the Kings daughter of France and how the Prince was disasterously slain, and how the aforesaid Princess was afterwards married to a forester : the tune is Crimson velvet. 1690 (1690) Wing N572; ESTC R180893 2,308 2 View Text
B04968 Queries relateing to the present state of England 1689 (1689) Wing Q173B; ESTC R182315 2,433 4 View Text
A81251 A letter written by a Iesuite to the Queens Majestie, March, XXII. Wherein he useth divers subtle insinuations to Her Majesty, for the Kings Majesties repealing and recalling of the lawes and proclamations against the Iesuits, priests, and recusants. With a brief consideration of the reasons, intimated in the letter, and a just confutation of them. M. C. 1642 (1642) Wing C84; Thomason E141_7; ESTC R16022 2,649 8 View Text
A07311 The imperiall and princely pedegree of the two most noble and vertuous princes lately married Friderick the first of this name, Prince Palatinate, Duke of Bauiere ... sprung from glorious Charlemaigne [brace] and [brace] Elizabeth, Infanta of Albion ... onely daughter of our most gracious soveraigne Charles-James / [by] Iames Maxwell. Maxwell, James, b. 1581. 1613 (1613) STC 17700.5; ESTC S3063 2,679 1 View Text
A00092 Iniunctions for the clerge Exhibite [blank] die mensis [blank] Anno d[omi]ni M.CCCCC.xxxviii.; Injunctions. 1538 Church of England.; Henry VIII, King of England, 1491-1547. 1538 (1538) STC 10086; ESTC S111907 2,823 1 View Text
A73317 A griefe on the death of Prince Henrie Expressed in a broken elegie, according to the nature of such a sorrow. By Cyril Tourneur. Tourneur, Cyril, 1575?-1626. 1613 (1613) STC 24148.3; ESTC S125557 2,883 48 View Text
A09584 An epitaphe on the death of the right noble and most vertuous lady Margarit Duglasis good grace, Countisse of Liuinox (& daughter to the renowmed & most excellent lady Margarit Queene, sister to the magnificent & most mighty Prince Henry the eight of England, Fraunce and Ireland, Kinge, and by Gods permission Queene of Scotland,) who disceased this life in the ninth day of March. anno. 1577. at hir mannoure in Hackny in the countye of Midelsex and lieth enterred the. 3. day of April at Westminster in the chaple of King Henry the seuenth, her worthie grandfather of Englande, Fraunce and Ireland King. [et]c The yeare of our Lorde God. 1578, and in the. 20. yeare of our soueraigne lady Queene, Elizabeth by the grace of God of Englande, Fraunce and Irelande, Queene, defendour of the faith. [et]c. Phillips, John, fl. 1570-1591. 1578 (1578) STC 19866; ESTC S121827 2,914 1 View Text
A75425 An ansvver to severall obiections made against some things in Mr. Thomas Chaloners speech vvith an indifferent censure of those arguments delivered by him in the House of Commons upon the reading of the Scottish papers, concerning the votes of both Houses for the disposall of the Kings person. 1646 (1646) Wing A3377; Thomason E362_27; ESTC R201223 3,001 8 View Text
A80113 A collection of records of the great misfortunes that hath hapned unto kings that have joyned themselves in a neer allyance with forrein princes, with the happy successe of those that have only held correspondency at home. Wherein is contained these particulars, viz. That Hen. of Navar marrying with Mary of France, was unfortunate and fatall to the Protestant religion. That the K. of Navar turning from a Protestant to a persecutor of them, lost his crown, and dyed a violent death. The last Lord Henries of France murdred, because he but favoured Protestants. That Hen. 4. was a victorious prince, while he was at defiance with the Pope, but afterwards was stabbed by a Iesuite. How the black Prince lost France, and was poysoned. The danger for princes to marry with one of a contrary religion. Of Prince Arthurs marrying with Spain, and the successe. That Queen Elizabeth being a loan woman, and having few friends, refusing to marry with Spain, and ronouncing [sic] the Pope, reigned victoriously, and so did King James. That the best support for the crowne of England, is the two Houses of Parliament. 1642 (1642) Wing C5190; Thomason E122_5; ESTC R19340 3,025 9 View Text
A61948 A letter from Sir John Suckling to Mr. Henry German, in the beginning of the late Long Parliament, anno 1640 Suckling, John, Sir, 1609-1642. 1679 (1679) Wing S6132; ESTC R625 3,052 5 View Text
A64167 Englands comfort and Londons ioy expressed in the royall triumphant and magnificent entertainment of our dread soveraigne Lord, King Charles ... Taylor, John, 1580-1653. 1641 (1641) Wing T456; ESTC R28877 3,077 6 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
A61940 A coppy of a letter fovnd in the privy lodgeings at White-Hall Suckling, John, Sir, 1609-1642. 1641 (1641) Wing S6123; ESTC R5652 3,307 13 View Text
A10378 Tubus historicus an historicall perspective; discovering all the empires and kingdomes of the vvorld, as they flourisht respectively under the foure imperiall monarchies. Faithfully composed out of the most approved authours, and exactly digested according to the supputation of the best chronologers. (With a catalogue of the kings and emperours of the chiefe nations of the world.) By the late famous and learned knight Sir Walter Raleigh. Raleigh, Walter, Sir, 1552?-1618. 1636 (1636) STC 20652; ESTC S105167 3,661 26 View Text
A01387 Salutem in Christo R. G., fl. 1571.; Grafton, Richard, d. 1572?, attributed name.; Burghley, William Cecil, Baron, 1520-1598, attributed name. 1571 (1571) STC 11505; ESTC S102781 3,803 12 View Text
A12273 A declaration of the sentence and deposition of Elizabeth, the vsurper and pretensed quene of Englande Sixtus V, Pope, 1520-1590.; Allen, William, 1532-1594, attributed name. 1588 (1588) STC 22590; ESTC S113460 3,815 2 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
A13473 The needles excellency a new booke wherin are diuers admirable workes wrought with the needle ; newly inuented and cut in copper for the pleasure and profit of the industrious. Taylor, John, 1580-1653. 1631 (1631) STC 23775.5; ESTC S2918 4,202 68 View Text
A00094 Iniunctions exhibited the [blank] day of [blank] anno. M. D. XXXVIII.; Injunctions. 1538 Church of England.; Henry VIII, King of England, 1491-1547. 1538 (1538) STC 10087; ESTC S108749 4,251 6 View Text
A03458 Baziliōlogia a booke of kings beeing the true and liuely effigies of all our English kings from the Conquest vntill this present: with their seuerall coats of: armes, impreses and devises: and a briefe chronologie of their liues and deaths. Elegantly grauen in copper. Elstracke, Renold, fl. 1590-1630, engraver.; Holland, Henry, 1583-1650? 1618 (1618) STC 13581; ESTC S106755 4,362 28 View Text
A86720 The humble address of the heirs, executors, administrators and assigns of Sir William Courten and Sir Paul Pyndar, late of London, Knights; and William Courten Esq; deceased together with their creditors and legatees, and other proprietors and adventurers with them to the East-Indies, China and Japan, faithfully represented to both Houses of Parliament, prorogued to the 26th. of January 1679. 1679 (1679) Wing H3380AC; ESTC R230327 4,631 5 View Text
A25499 An ansvver of a letter from an agitator in the city to an agitator in the army Agitator in the city. 1647 (1647) Wing A3283; ESTC R109 4,693 10 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
A45692 The doctrine of passive obedience and jure divino disproved and obedience to the present government, proved from Scripture, law, and reason. Written for the satisfaction of all those who are dissatisfyed at the present government: by a lay-man of the Church of England. Harrison, T. (Thomas), fl. 1683-1711. 1689 (1689) Wing H917A; ESTC R215651 4,772 2 View Text
A00981 A briefe and familiar epistle shevving His Maiesties most lawfull, honourable and iust title to all his kingdomes VVith an epitaph or briefe lamentation for the late Maiestie Royall of most famous, godly, and honourable memory: with a reioycing after sorrow for the same. And lastly a prayer for his Maiesties most happy succession, and for the Queene and their children. By Robert Fletcher. Fletcher, Robert, purveyor of carriages to Queen Elizabeth. 1603 (1603) STC 11086; ESTC S102443 4,774 16 View Text
A45693 The doctrine of passive obedience and jure divino disproved and obedience to the present government, proved from Scripture, law, and reason. Written for the satisfaction of all of those who are dissatisfied at the present government: by a lay-man of the Church of England. Harrison, T. (Thomas), fl. 1683-1711. 1689 (1689) Wing H917B; ESTC R223747 4,792 8 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
A23576 This is the cronycle of all the kyng[es] names that haue ben in Englande, and how many yeres they reygned and how many saynt[es] & martyrs haue ben i[n] this lande, and shewith the hole su[m]me, from the makyng of the worlde tyll the co[m]mynge of Brute, ye whiche is iiii.M.lxxvii. yeres and fro[m] the co[m]mynge of Brute to the Incarnation of Christe is M.C.xxii yeres, & from the Incarnacion to the xxiiii yere of Kynge Henry the vi is M.CCCC.xlvi yeres. 1518 (1518) STC 9983.3; ESTC S2614 4,863 16 View Text
A02941 An epistle of the moste myghty [and] redouted Prince Henry the .viii. by the grace of God Kyng of England and of Fraunce, lorde of Irelande, defender of the faithe, and supreme heed of the churche of England, nexte vnder Christe, writen to the Emperours maiestie, to all Christen princes, and to all those that trewly and syncerely professe Christes religion; Ad carolum Cesarem Augustum epistola. English Henry VIII, King of England, 1491-1547. 1538 (1538) STC 13081.3; ESTC S109412 5,302 24 View Text
A67890 The three royall cedars or Great Brittains glorious diamonds, being a royal court narrative of the proceedings ... of ... Charles by the grace of God, King of Great Brittain, France and Ireland, His Highness Prince James Duke of York, and the most illustrious Prince. Henry Duke of Glocester. With a brief history of their memorable transactions ... since their too-much-lamented Fxile [sic] in Flanders, and the Lord Chancellour Hide, the Marquess of Ormond, the Earl of Norwich, the Lord Wentworth, the Lord Digby, and many other nobles and gentlemen, created lords of his Majesties privie-council. Also, the resplendent vertues appearing in these princely pearles, to the great joy of all loyal subjects ... By E. Sanders Esq; a lover of his countries liberty, and a loyal subject and servant to his Sacred Majesty. Sanders, Edward, 17th cent. 1660 (1660) Wing S573; ESTC R208691 5,867 10 View Text
B08156 Prince Charles his vvelcome from Spaine: who landed at Portsmouth on Sunday the fift of October, and came safely to London on Munday the sixt of the same, 1623. Wtih the triumphs of London for the same his happy ariuall. And the relation of such townes as are situate in the wayes to take poste-horse at, from the city of London to Douer: and from Calais through all France and Spaine, to Madrid, to the Spanish court.. Taylor, John, 1580-1653. 1623 (1623) STC 23789.7; ESTC S95487 5,993 26 View Text
A90354 The pedegree and descent of His Excellency, General George Monck. Setting forth how he is descended from King Edvvard the Third, by a branch and slip of the white rose, the House of York. And likewise, his extraction from Richard King of the Romans. With the state, title and descents of the houses of York and Lancaster in their several branches. 1660 (1660) Wing P1048; Thomason E1015_9; ESTC R203171 6,156 16 View Text
A93074 St. George for England: or, a relation of the manner of the election and installation of the knights of the most noble order of St. George, called the Garter. Which is to be solemnized on the 15. 16. and 17. of April next, at the castle of Windsore. 1661 (1661) Wing S310; Thomason E1086_2; ESTC R208098 6,180 15 View Text
A77651 A panegyrick upon His Majesties glorious return from the wars, after the conclusion of a general peace. By Joseph Brown, Dr. of physick and the civil laws Browne, Joseph, fl. 1700-1721. 1697 (1697) Wing B5044; ESTC R229482 6,206 23 View Text
A04964 The birth, purpose, and mortall vvound of the Romish holie League Describing in a mappe the enuie of Sathans shauelings, and the follie of their wisedome, through the Almighties prouidence. By I.L. I. L., fl. 1589.; Lea, James, fl. 1589, attributed name. 1589 (1589) STC 15106; ESTC S106736 6,567 13 View Text
A50581 Memoirs of the most remarkable enterprises and actions of James Duke of York, Albany, and Ulster 1681 (1681) Wing M1672; ESTC R903 7,284 16 View Text
A78344 A catalogue of the titles of severall books printed in Cambridge in the year 1669 1669 (1669) Wing C1411B; ESTC R175692 7,370 8 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
A44188 A letter to Monsieur Van. B---- de M---- at Amsterdam, written anno 1676 Holles, Denzil Holles, Baron, 1599-1680.; Beuningen, Koenraad van, 1622-1693. 1676 (1676) Wing H2462; ESTC R803 7,531 8 View Text
A90169 Orders establisht in the popish generall assembly, held (under the specious pretence of supreme authority, and being his Majesties good subjects) at the city of Kilkenny in Ireland. Wherein both root and branches of the English nation, as also the very essence of Protestant religion are wholly struck at. Ireland. General Assembly at Kilkenny. 1643 (1643) Wing O398; Thomason E60_19; Thomason E91_9; ESTC R353 7,751 16 View Text
A07903 Himatia-Poleos The triumphs of olde draperie, or the rich cloathing of England. Performed in affection, and at the charges of the right worthie and first honoured Companie of Drapers: at the enstalment of Sr. Thomas hayes Knight, in the high office of Lord Maior of London, on Satturday, being the 29. day of October. 1614. Deuised and written by A.M. citizen and draper of London. Munday, Anthony, 1553-1633. 1614 (1614) STC 18274; ESTC S120605 7,809 24 View Text
A46045 Orders made and established by the Lords spirituall and temporall, and the rest of the general assembly of the Kingdome of Ireland met at the citty of Kilkenny, the foure & tvventith day of October Anno Domini 1642 and in the 18 yeare of the raigne of our Soueraigne Lord King Charles, by the grace of God King of Great Brittaine, France, and Ireland &c. Ireland. Parliament. 1642 (1642) Wing I426A; ESTC R16395 7,839 24 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
A11535 King Iames his entertainment at Theobalds vvith his welcome to London, together with a salutatorie poeme. / By Iohn Sauile. Savile, John, poet. 1603 (1603) STC 21784; ESTC S116793 8,019 24 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
A28269 The Black box of Roome [sic] opened from whence are revealed, the damnable bloody plots, practices, and behaviour of Iesuites, priests, papists, and other recusants in generall : against Christian princes, estates and the people in those places where they have lived, &c. 1641 (1641) Wing B3042; ESTC R7310 8,073 20 View Text
A10088 A souldiers vvish vnto his soveraigne lord King Iames Pricket, Robert. 1603 (1603) STC 20341; ESTC S490 8,175 29 View Text
A03780 An oration gratulatory to the high and mighty Iames of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, King, defendor of the faith, &c. On the twelft day of February last presented, when his Maiesty entered the Tower of London to performe the residue of the solemnities of his coronation thorough the citie of London differred by reason of the plague: and published by his Highnesse speciall allowance. VVherein both the description of the Tower of London and the vnion of the kingdomes is compendiously touched: by William Hubbocke. Hubbock, William, b. 1560. 1604 (1604) STC 13899; ESTC S104268 8,199 18 View Text
A64791 The vain insolency of Rome, challenging salvation to her own faction discovered in two letters : the first whereof was written by a priest of the Church of Rome to a gentlewoman of York, that had got out of the snares of the popish superstition : the second sent by the same gentlewoman (instructed by a divine of the Church of England) in answer thereunto. Priest of the Church of Rome.; Gentlewoman of York. 1673 (1673) Wing V18; ESTC R5313 8,557 40 View Text
A60565 A brief abstract of the case concerning the letters patents for reprizals (hereunto annexed) against the States-General and their subjects whereupon Capt. Compton Gwyther, William Coates, Joseph Bullivant, John Baxter, Francis Wansell, Francis Martin, John Gibson, and William Jones, prisoners in the Marshalsea, are to be tryed for their lives, according to the common law of England, on the 18th of February instant, upon the Statute of 28 Henry 8. cap. 15 under the pretence of piracy, for taking a Galliot-Hoy (called the Love of Rotterdam) laden with 160 tun of wine, and prunes, on the 3d of December last, bound from Bourdeaux to Dort / faithfully recollected out of all the originals by Thomas Smith Gent. ; with some remarkable observations both upon the matters of fact, and the law in the whole case. Smith, Thomas, Gent. 1681 (1681) Wing S4228; ESTC R12870 9,089 8 View Text
A44452 Murmurers reproved A sermon preached at St. Vedas [sic], alias Foster-Lane, on Feb. 24. 1688/9. By Marmaduke Hopkins rector there. Hopkins, Marmaduke, d. 1707. 1689 (1689) Wing H2750A; ESTC R216423 9,174 36 View Text
A08935 The exposition and declaration of the Psalme, Deus ultionum Dominus, made by syr Henry Parker knight, lord Morley, dedicated to the kynges highnes Morley, Henry Parker, Lord, 1476-1556. 1539 (1539) STC 19211; ESTC S104282 9,704 46 View Text
A13318 A booke, containing the true portraiture of the countenances and attires of the kings of England, from William Conqueror, vnto our Soueraigne Lady Queene Elizabeth now raigning together with a briefe report of some of the principall acts of the same kings, especially such as haue bene least mentioned in our late writers. Diligently collected by T.T. Talbot, Thomas, antiquary.; Tymme, Thomas, d. 1620, attributed name.; Twyne, Thomas, 1543-1613, attributed name. 1597 (1597) STC 23626; ESTC S100225 9,805 48 View Text
A29595 The interest of England in the present war with Holland by the author of The Dutch usurpation. De Britaine, William. 1672 (1672) Wing B4808; ESTC R6810 10,083 31 View Text
A56136 A brief apologie for all nonsubscribers, and looking-glasse for all apostate perjured prescribers & subscribers of the new engagement wherein they may clearly behold their presidents, sin, horrour, punishment. Prynne, William, 1600-1669. 1649 (1649) Wing P3906; ESTC R33922 10,119 17 View Text
A70200 The history of the life & death of Oliver Cromwell the late usurper and pretended protector of England &c. / truely collected and published for a warning to all tyrants and usurpers by J.H. Heath, James, 1629-1664. 1663 (1663) Wing H1335A; ESTC R28052 10,139 17 View Text
A58376 Reflections upon our late and present proceedings in England 1689 (1689) Wing R722; ESTC R32278 10,305 16 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
A88548 The Lord Merlins prophecy concerning the King of Scots: foretelling the strange and wonderfull things that shall befall him in England. As also, the time and manner of a dismal and fatall battel; the event and success thereof: a great blowe to be given, and the Northern Chicken inforced to flie to forraign countries for aid & succour. Also, King James his dream. and Queen Ann's prophecy touching the King, and the redusing of England, Scotland, and Ireland from monarchy. With the Lady Sybilla's prophecy, touching the destroying of the nobility, and what shall afterwards befall this nation in government and discipline. Likevvise, the prophecy of Paul Grebner (a German) concerning Charles son of Charles the Emp: foretelling his greatness and victorious conquests. Presented to Queen Elizabeth anno 1582. and recorded in the library of Trinity Colledge in Cambridge, by Dr. Nevill, clerk of her Majesties closet. Merlin Ambrosius, attributed name.; Grebner, Paul.; Anne, Queen, consort of James I, King of England, 1574-1619, attributed name.; James I, King of England, 1566-1625, attributed name. 1651 (1651) Wing L3053; Thomason E640_15; ESTC R202765 10,907 18 View Text
A07728 A lamentation in vvhiche is shevved what ruyne and destruction cometh of seditious rebellyon Morison, Richard, Sir, d. 1556.; Cheke, John, Sir, 1514-1557, attributed name. 1536 (1536) STC 18113.3; ESTC S109322 10,957 24 View Text
A10812 The most royall and honourable entertainement, of the famous and renowmed king, Christiern the fourth, King of Denmarke, &c. who with a fleete of gallant ships, arriued on Thursday the 16. day of Iuly 1606. in Tylbery-Hope, neere Grauesend VVith a relation of his meeting, by our royall king, the prince and nobles of our realme: the pleasures sundry times shewed, for his gracious welcome, and most famous and admirable entertainment at Theobalds. VVith the royall passage on Thursday the 31. of Iuly, thorough the citty of London, and honorable shewes there presented them, and maner of their passing. By H.R. H. R. (Henry Roberts), fl. 1585-1616. 1606 (1606) STC 21085; ESTC S115982 11,170 32 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
A63884 A sermon preached before the King at White-Hall November 5, 1684 / by Francis Lord Bishop of Ely ... Turner, Francis, 1638?-1700. 1685 (1685) Wing T3285; ESTC R1832 11,471 34 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
A81967 London, King Charles his Augusta, or, city royal. Of the founders, the names, and oldest honours of that city. An historicall and antiquarian work. Written at first in heroicall Latin verse, according to Greek, Roman, British, English, and other antiquities and authorities, and now translated into English couplets, with annotations. Imprimatur, Na. Brent. D'Avenant, William, Sir, 1606-1668. 1648 (1648) Wing D328; Thomason E431_8; ESTC R202046 11,574 20 View Text
A33726 Legal and other reasons (with all humility) presented to His most Excellent Majesty, King Charles II. and to both his Honorable Houses of Parliament, why the subjects of England, should not be imprisoned for debt or damages, or any thing thereunto relating Cole, William, 1615 or 16-1698. 1675 (1675) Wing C5034; ESTC R214940 11,718 16 View Text
B08796 A collection of choice books in English and Latin containing divinity, philosophy and physick with several other choice mathematical books to be sold by way of auction, or, who bids most in the city of Exon ... begining exact at two of the clock in the afternoon provided there are fourteen buyers do appear. 1699 (1699) Wing C5119A; ESTC R174034 11,809 24 View Text
A36075 The Damnable principle of the Jesuites touching the murdering of Kings fully laid open in two eminent instances, de facto, by their own confession 1679 (1679) Wing D156; ESTC R5571 11,836 27 View Text
A04568 The pleasant vvalkes of Moore-fields Being the guift of two sisters, now beautified, to the continuing fame of this worthy citty. Johnson, Richard, 1573-1659? 1607 (1607) STC 14690; ESTC S109194 11,911 24 View Text
A68818 A discourse plainely prouing the euident vtilitie and vrgent necessitie of the desired happie vnion of the two famous kingdomes of England and Scotland by way of answer to certaine obiections against the same. Thornborough, John, 1551-1641. 1604 (1604) STC 24035; ESTC S107314 12,497 44 View Text
A62420 A sermon preached in the cathedral church of Bristol, June xxi, MDCLXXXV before his grace Henry, Duke of Beavfort, His Majesties lord lieutenant for that city and county / by Ric. Thompson ... Thompson, Richard, 1647 or 8-1685. 1685 (1685) Wing T1007; ESTC R8948 13,010 38 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
A35780 The Designs of France against England and Holland discovered, or, The intrigues of that crown for the utter ruine of both those nations, laid open. 1686 (1686) Wing D1177; ESTC R197 13,358 14 View Text
A30398 A pastoral letter writ by the Right Reverend Father in God, Gilbert, Lord Bishop of Sarum, to the clergy of his diocess, concerning the oaths of allegiance and supremacy to K. William and Q. Mary Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. 1689 (1689) Wing B5842; ESTC R7837 13,408 35 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
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
A35705 The deplorable state and condition of the poor French Protestants commiserated, and humbly represented to all princes and people of the true reformed church with reasons for a Protestant league. 1681 (1681) Wing D1076; ESTC R38 14,092 12 View Text
A07915 A vaunting, daring, and a menacing letter, sent from Sultan Morat the great Turke, from his court at Constantinople, by his embassadour Gobam, to Vladisllaus King of Poland, &c. Which letter was sent to the Christian King, since the truce concluded betweene the Turke and the Persian in March last; as by many copies whereof, may appeare, as it was sent out of Poland. Wherein he declares himselfe a mortall enemy to the said Christian King, threatning to invade his kingdomes and territories, with all manner of hostility. Whereunto is annexed a briefe relation of the Turkish present strength, both of horse and foote: with al the victories the Turkes have prevailed against the Christians these last three hundred yeares. As also what glorious victories the Christians have wonne against the Turkes, till this present yeare. 1638. Published by authority Murad IV, Sultan of the Turks, 1612-1640. 1638 (1638) STC 18286; ESTC S102874 14,115 30 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
A11720 A briefe chronicle, of all the kinges of Scotland declaring in what yeare of the worlde, and of Christ, they began to reigne, how long they reigned, of what qualities they were, and how they died. 1625 (1625) STC 22007; ESTC S116893 14,216 46 View Text
A70897 Vox lunaris being a philosophical & astrological discourse of two moons which were seen at London and the parts adjacent, June the eleventh 1679. a little before midnight. And what may in a course of nature be expected from this phasma in Europe. With some particular remarques upon the conjunctions of Saturn and Jupiter, and of the eclipses in Gemini, &c. for 120 years last past. By John Partridge student in Physick and Astrology. Partridge, John, 1644-1715. 1679 (1679) Wing P629aA; ESTC R214718 14,229 26 View Text
A10342 A sermon vpon part of the prophesie of Obadiah touching the destruction, as of Idumæans, so of Papists; and meanes whereby it must be wrought: preached at Saint Maries in Oxford by Iohn Rainoldes, on the 28. of October last. 1584. Rainolds, John, 1549-1607. 1584 (1584) STC 20623; ESTC S106047 14,278 33 View Text
A69451 The character of a bigotted prince, and what England may expect from the return of such a one Ames, Richard, d. 1693. 1691 (1691) Wing A2975AB; ESTC R9100 14,420 28 View Text
A25258 Chuse which you will, liberty or slavery: or, An impartial representation of the danger of being again subjected to a popish prince; Character of a bigotted prince. Ames, Richard, d. 1693. 1692 (1692) Wing A2975AD; ESTC R213413 14,440 31 View Text
A89811 A perfect catalogue of all the knights of the most noble Order of the Garter. From the first institution of it, untill this present April, Auno [sic] 1661. Whereunto is prefixed a short discourse touching the institution of the Order, the patron, habit and solemnities of it, with many other particulars which concern the same. / Collected and continued by J.N. J. N. 1661 (1661) Wing N21; Thomason E1087_13; ESTC R202944 14,845 40 View Text
A01690 Christiana-Polemica, or A preparatiue to warre Shewing the lawfull vse thereof. The iust causes that may moue thereunto. The necessitie of preparation for it. The duties of those that wage it. Together with diuers instructions concerning it. A sermon preached at Wooll-Church in London, before the captaines and gentlemen that exercise in the artillerie-garden vpon occasion of their solemne and generall meeting. Aprill 14. 1618. By Abraham Gibson, Bachelour of Diuinity, and then preacher to the temples. Gibson, Abraham, b. 1586 or 7. 1619 (1619) STC 11828; ESTC S118766 14,920 48 View Text
A19438 A short vievv of the long life and raigne of Henry the Third, King of England presented to King Iames. Cotton, Robert, Sir, 1571-1631. 1627 (1627) STC 5864; ESTC S302 15,247 50 View Text
B12207 The copy of a letter sent from an English gentleman, lately become a Catholike beyond the seas, to his Protestant friend in England in answere to some points, wherin his opinion was required, concerning the present busines of the Palatinate, & marriage with Spayne : and also declaring his reasons for the change of his religion. Crynes, N. 1622 (1622) STC 5742.7; ESTC S1070 15,353 106 View Text
A70558 A brief account concerning several of the agents of New-England, their negotiation at the Court of England with some remarks on the new charter granted to the colony of Massachusets shewing that all things duely considered, greater priviledges than what are therein contained, could not at this time rationally be expected by the people there. Mather, Increase, 1639-1723. 1691 (1691) Wing M1184; ESTC R3613 15,615 26 View Text