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A78548 To the supream authority, the Parliament of the Common-wealth of England. The humble petition of William Caddy of Taunton, and Nicholas Ward of Chard, in the county of Somerset. Caddy, William.; Ward, Nicholas, of Chard. 1654 (1654) Wing C191; Thomason 669.f.19[12]; ESTC R212083 1,559 1 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
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
A44707 A brief account of the royal matches or matrimonial alliances vvhich the kings of England have made from time to time since the year 800 to this present 1662 collected by a careful collation of history with records. Howell, James, 1594?-1666. 1662 (1662) Wing H3057; ESTC R41276 2,937 10 View Text
A75479 The antiquity of Englands superiority over Scotland. And the equity of incorporating Scotland, or other conquered nation, into the Commonwealth of England. With parallels to our former transactions with Wales, and Ireland. And illustrations out of the Scottish, English, Jewish, Grecian, Assyrian, and Roman histories. / By a well-wisher to this commonwealth. Well-wisher to this commonwealth. 1652 (1652) Wing A3508; Thomason E668_17; ESTC R206979 3,067 8 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
A43938 A history of the new plot, or, A prospect of conspirators their designs damnable, ends miserable, deaths exemplary. 1683 (1683) Wing H2173A; ESTC R11487 3,382 1 View Text
A68519 An oration militarie to all naturall Englishmen, whether Protestants, or otherwise in religion affected, to moue resolution in these dangerous times vvherein is expressed the delight of libertie, and the tyrannie of the enemie : with a praier both pithie and necessarie / written by a zealous affected subiect. Zealous affected subject. 1588 (1588) STC 18836.5; ESTC S110216 3,640 18 View Text
A23808 A catalogue of the noblemen and peers of the kingdom of England according to their birth and creatio[n] in the reign of Charles the Second, King of England, Scotland, France and Ireland collected by E. Alleyn. Alleyn, E. 1662 (1662) Wing A1199; ESTC R11571 3,768 1 View Text
A56989 The supremacy debated, or, The authority of Parliaments, formerly owned by Romish clergy to be the supreamest power W. R., Gent. 1689 (1689) Wing R100; ESTC R18239 3,879 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
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
A88129 The life and death of King Richard the second, who was deposed of his crown, by reason of his not regarding the councell of the sage and wise of his kingdom, but followed the advice of of [sic] wicked and lewd councell, and sought as farre as in him lay, to deprive many good English subjects of their lives and estates, who stood wholly for the good of the commonalty; but at a Parliament holden, his counsellors were all called, whereof some fled, others received condigne punishment according to the law. Published by a Well-wisher to the common-wealth, being worthy the observation of all men in these times of distractions. Well-wisher to the Common-wealth. 1642 (1642) Wing L2002; Thomason E155_15; ESTC R13683 5,772 8 View Text
B08674 A caveat to the three kingdoms:, or, A summary account of the most miserable and deplorable estate and condition of England in the reign of king John, occasioned by his bringing in infinite multitudes of foreign forces : together with the base treachery of Lewis, the French King's son, and his great men, intended against the barons, who invited him in to their assistance : very well worthy to be seriously considered by all true English-men at this time of day / translated out of Matthew Paris. Paris, Matthew, 1200-1259. 1696 (1696) Wing C1616; ESTC R171128 5,839 8 View Text
A09563 The triumphant and sumptuous arch erected by the Company of English Marchants residing in Lisbone, vpon the Spanish Kings entry made thereinto Togither with the architecture thereof described, the painted quadrants, the figures of halfe and whole stature, the ornaments, iewels, rich vestiments, the histories, ænigmes therein employed, with their declarations; and the Latine mottoes, and Spanish verses expressed in English. Wherein also, mention is made of the magnificent present the Duke of Braganza gaue to the King, the number of the traine that followed him, the wonderfull prouisions, and buildings set vp for the Grandes of Spaine, with the other lords and seruants of his Maiesties court, the salues of artillery, with the fires and lights that were made all ouer the citie, on the day that he came within sight thereof, to Almada, a place on the other side of the riuer, halfe a league distant, and right ouer against Lisbone. Faithfully translated out of the Spanish originall. 1619 (1619) STC 19843; ESTC S114632 5,932 16 View Text
A84231 Examples for kings, or, Rules for princes to governe by. Wherein is contained these ensuing particulars, 1. A discourse touching regall and politique government. 2 A prince must be just in his sentence. 3 What man is fit to be a governour, and to beare rule. 4 That a prince ought to be true of his word. 5 That a prince ought to be religious. 6 That a prince ought not to shed innocent bloud. 7 That a prince ought to be circumspect in giving credit to evill reports. 8 That a prince ought to beware of parasites. 9 What kind of men ought to be of the kings councell. 10 That it is dangerous for a prince to take aid of a stranger. 11 How a prince may get and keep the love of his subjects. 12 That a prince ought to be well advised how he begin a war. 1642 (1642) Wing E3734; Thomason E119_19; ESTC R8582 6,013 9 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
A47984 A letter from a friend to the wise and learned, in England, Scotland, France, and Ireland 1680 (1680) Wing L1378; ESTC R221715 6,428 13 View Text
A31559 A speech made in the House of Commons the 26th day of October, 1646 (upon the reading of the Scotish papers the same day, in reply to the votes of both houses of Parliament of the 24th of Sept. concerning the disposall of the kings person) / spoken by Thomas Chaloner, Esquier [sic], a member of the said house. Chaloner, Thomas, 1595-1661.; England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons. 1646 (1646) Wing C1804; ESTC R18165 6,627 16 View Text
A31558 An answer to the Scotch papers delivered in the House of Commons in reply to the votes of both houses of the Parliament of England, concerning the disposall of the Kings person, as it was spoken when the said papers were read in the House / by Thomas Chaloner. Chaloner, Thomas, 1595-1661. 1646 (1646) Wing C1801; ESTC R223270 6,754 18 View Text
A78518 An answer to the Scotch papers. Delivered in the House of Commons in reply to the votes of both houses of the Parliament of England, concerning the disposall of the Kings person, as it was spoken when the said papers were read in the House. / By Thomas Chaloner Esquire, a Member of the House of Commons. Chaloner, Thomas, 1595-1661.; Scotland. Parliament.; England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons. 1646 (1646) Wing C1802; Thomason E361_7; ESTC R18165 6,765 18 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
A07494 Ciuitatis amor. = The cities loue An entertainment by water, at Chelsey, and White-hall. At the ioyfull receiuing of that illustrious hope of Great Britaine, the high and mighty Charles, to bee created Prince of Wales, Duke of Cornewall, Earle of Chester, &c. Together with the ample order and solemnity of his Highnesse creation, as it was celebrated in his Maiesties palace of White-hall on Monday, the fourth of Nouember. 1616. As also the ceremonies of that ancient and honourable Order of the Knights of the Bath; and all the triumphs showne in honour of his royall creation. Middleton, Thomas, d. 1627. 1616 (1616) STC 17878; ESTC S112680 7,600 26 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
A62792 To the nobility of England 1679 (1679) Wing T1577; ESTC R2151 8,414 1 View Text
A13482 The olde, old, very olde man: or the age and long life of Thomas Par the sonne of John Parr of Winnington in the parish of Alberbury; in the country of Salopp, (or Shropshire) who was borne in the raigne of King Edward the 4th. and is now living in the Strand, being aged 152. yeares and odd monethes. His manner of life and conversation in so long a pilgrimage; his marriages, and his bringing up to London about the end of September last. 1635. Written by Iohn Taylor. Taylor, John, 1580-1653. 1635 (1635) STC 23781; ESTC S102639 9,432 32 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
A64190 The number and names of all the kings of England and Scotland, from the beginning of their governments to this present as also how long each of them reigned, how many of them came to untimely ends, either by imprisonments, banishments, famine, killing of themselves, poyson, drowning, beheading, falling from horses, slaine in battells, murthered, or otherwise / written by John Taylor ... Taylor, John, 1580-1653. 1649 (1649) Wing T492; ESTC R10068 10,674 34 View Text
A71337 The Parliamentary intelligencer [no.29 (5 July-12 July 1660)] comprising the sum of forraign intelligence with the affairs now in agitation in England, Scotland, and Ireland : for information of the people. Muddiman, Henry, 1628 or 1629-1692, editor.; Dury, Giles, editor.; Macock, John, publisher.; Newcomb, Thomas, d. 1681 or 2, publisher. 1660 (1660) Thomason E186_19; ESTC P1015 10,691 16 View Text
B08738 The charter of the Bahama Islands England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II). 1670 (1670) Wing C3724AA; ESTC R173810 10,854 19 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
A90182 The Marquesse of Ormond's declaration, proclaiming Charles the Second, King of England, Scotland, France, and Ireland, &c. With his summons to Colonel Jones for the surrender of Dublin, and the answer of Colonell Iones thereunto. Also a perfect relation of their forces, and the present affairs of that kingdom. Together with a true copie of the articles of agreement between the said Marquesse, and the Irish. Also a representation of the province of Vlster concerning the evills and dangers to religion, lawes and liberties, arising from the present practices of the sectarian army in England, &c. Imprimatur. G. Mabbot. Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1641-1649 : Ormonde); Ormonde, James Butler, Duke of, 1610-1688.; Jones, Michael, d. 1649.; Presbyterian Church in Ireland. Synod of Ulster. 1649 (1649) Wing O444; Thomason E548_28; ESTC R203071 11,072 27 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
A43990 An historical narration concerning heresie and the punishment thereof by Thomas Hobbes. Hobbes, Thomas, 1588-1679. 1680 (1680) Wing H2238; ESTC R30774 11,947 20 View Text
A10376 A report of the truth of the fight about the Iles of Açores, this last sommer Betvvixt the Reuenge, one of her Maiesties shippes, and an armada of the King of Spaine. Raleigh, Walter, Sir, 1552?-1618. 1591 (1591) STC 20651; ESTC S110589 12,066 30 View Text
A23580 A short cronycle wherin is mencioned all the names of all the kings of England of the mayers, [and] sheriffes of the cytie of Londo[n] of diuers and many notable actes and thi[n]ges done in [the] sith the time of kige henry [the] fourth. 1540 (1540) STC 9985.5; ESTC S109855 12,842 50 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
A95552 Iohn Taylors last voyage, and adventure, performed from the twentieth of Iuly last 1641. to the tenth of September following. In which time he past, with a scullers boate from the citie of London, to the cities and townes of Oxford, Gloucester, Shrewesbury, Bristoll, Bathe, Monmouth and Hereford. The manner of his passages and entertainement to and fro, truly described. With a short touch of some wandring and some fixed scismatiques, such as are Brownist, Anabaptists, famalies, humorists and foolists, which the authour found in many places of his voyage and iourney. / By Iohn Taylor. Taylor, John, 1580-1653. 1641 (1641) Wing T473; Thomason E1100_3; ESTC R208333 14,156 32 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
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
A86615 Bella Scot-Anglica. A brief of all the battells, and martiall encounters which have happened 'twixt England and Scotland, from all times to the present. VVherunto is annexed a corollary, declaring the causes whereby the Scot is come of late years to be so heightned in his spirits; with some prophecies which are much cryed up, as reflecting upon the fate of both nations. Howell, James, 1594?-1666. 1648 (1648) Wing H3056; Thomason E435_25; ESTC R15335 15,099 23 View Text
A33325 The life and death of the thrice noble and illustrious Edvvard, surnamed the Black Prince son to our victorious King Edward the Third, by whom he was made the First Knight of the most honourable Order of the Garter / by Samuel Clark ... Clarke, Samuel, 1599-1682. 1673 (1673) Wing C4532; ESTC R19883 15,827 34 View Text
A48030 The arraignment of Thomas Howard, Duke of Norfolk, before the Earl of Shrewsbury, Lord High-Steward of England also, a brief derivation of the most honourable family of the Howards : with an account of what families they are related to by marriages / transcribed out of ancient manuscripts, never before published. Lacy, J. 1685 (1685) Wing L142A; ESTC R202692 15,898 33 View Text
A89552 The just measure of a personall treatie between the Kings Majesty, and both Houses of Parliament. Grounded on divinity, reason, history, divine and humane, common and civill lawes; with many other authentick authors. By R.M. of the middle Temple, Esquire. R. M., of the Middle Temple, Esquire. 1648 (1648) Wing M72; Thomason E451_40; ESTC R202844 16,371 20 View Text
A03017 The funerals of the high and mighty Prince Henry, Prince of Wales, Duke of Cornewaile and Rothsay, Count Palatine of Chester, Earle of Carick, and late Knight of the most noble Order of the Garter VVhich noble Prince deceased at St. Iames, the sixt day of Nouember, 1612. and was most princely interred the seuenth day of December following, within the Abbey of Westminster, in the eighteenth yeere of his age. 1613 (1613) STC 13157; ESTC S103976 16,990 50 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
A18410 An epicede or funerall song on the most disastrous death, of the high-borne prince of men, Henry Prince of Wales, &c. With the funeralls, and representation of the herse of the same high and mighty prince ... VVhich noble prince deceased at St. Iames, the sixt day of Nouember, 1612. and was most princely interred the seuenth day of December following, within the Abbey of Westminster, in the eighteenth yeere of his age. Chapman, George, 1559?-1634.; Hole, William, d. 1624, engraver. 1613 (1613) STC 4974; ESTC S107694 17,429 56 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
A60722 Sodom fair: or, The market of the man of sin Containing, a true account of the prices of the Pope's pardons and dispensations; being a treatise very useful and necessary for all young English papists who intend to take Holy Orders, or travel through Italy; and all such as intend to be cheated both out of their souls and money. To which is added, the history of adultery, as it is now at Rome by law established; with the life of Clement the Sixth, and blasphamous bull which he published for the year of jubele, 1350. 1688 (1688) Wing S4417AD; ESTC R221570 18,300 35 View Text
A14273 The honourable prentice: or, This taylor is a man Shewed in the life and death of Sir John Hawekwood, sometime prentice of London: interlaced with the famous history of the noble Fitzwalter, Lord of Woodham in Essex, and of the poisoning of his faire daughter: Also of the merry customes of Dunmow, where any one may freely haue a gammon of bacon, that repents not mariage in a yeere and a day. Whereunto is annexed the most lamentable murther of Robert Hall at the high altar in Westminster Abbey. Vallans, William. 1615 (1615) STC 24588; ESTC S101782 18,713 40 View Text
A64348 A sermon preach'd to the Protestants of Ireland in the city of London at St. Helens, Octob. 23, 1690 being the day appointed by act of Parliament in Ireland for an anniversary thanksgiving for the deliverence of the Protestants of that kingdom from the bloody massacre begun by the Irish papists on the 23d of October, 1641 / by Richard, Lord Bishop of Killala. Tenison, Richard, 1640?-1705. 1691 (1691) Wing T684; ESTC R9854 19,055 32 View Text
A78527 The late warre parallel'd. Or, A brief relation of the five years civil warres of Henry the Third, King of England, with the event and issue of that unnatural warre, and by what course the kingdom was then setled again. / Extracted out of the most authentick historians and records, by Edward Chamberlain Gentleman, in the time of the late civil wars in England. Chamberlayne, Edward, 1616-1703. 1660 (1660) Wing C1843; Thomason E1026_3; ESTC R210378 19,221 24 View Text
A11721 A catalogue of the kings of Scotland Together with their seuerall armes, wiues, and issue. Milles, Tho. (Thomas), 1550?-1627? 1610 (1610) STC 22008; ESTC S120354 19,544 38 View Text
A40071 An answer to the paper delivered by Mr. Ashton at his execution to Sir Francis Child ... together with the paper itself. Fowler, Edward, 1632-1714.; Ashton, John, d. 1691.; Child, Francis, Sir, 1642-1713.; Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. 1690 (1690) Wing F1695; ESTC R30132 19,700 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
B07424 The great Plantagenet. Or, A continued succession of that royall name, from Henry the Second, to our sacred soverainge King Charles. By Geo. Buck, Gent.. Buck, George, fl. 1623-1646.; Buck, George, Sir, d. 1623. Daphnis polystephanos. 1635 (1635) STC 3997; ESTC S106071 21,009 66 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
A35589 The Case between Sir Jerom Alexander, Knight ... and Sir William Ashton, Knight ... concerning precedency Alexander, Jerome, Sir.; Ashton, William, Sir. 1661 (1661) Wing C853; ESTC R7783 21,183 14 View Text
A63182 The triall of Mr. John Gibbons, in Westminster-Hall, before the High-Court of Justice, beginning July 18. 1651 Gibbons, John, d. 1651. 1652 (1652) Wing T2200A; ESTC R203889 21,228 22 View Text
A15036 The honorable reputation of a souldier with a morall report, of the vertues, offices, and (by abuse) the disgrace of his profession. Drawen out of the liues, documents, and disciplines, of the most renowned Romaine, Grecian, and other famous martialistes. By George Whetstone, Gent. Whetstone, George, 1544?-1587? 1585 (1585) STC 25339; ESTC S111682 22,474 44 View Text
A73201 The present state of Spaine. Translated out of French; Estat d'Espagne. English. Sergier, Richard, attributed name.; Lewkenor, Lewis, Sir, d. 1626, attributed name. 1594 (1594) STC 22997; ESTC S125625 22,718 65 View Text
A61528 The case of an oath of abjuration considered and the vote of the honourable House of Commons vindicated in a letter. Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. 1693 (1693) Wing S5564; ESTC R19563 23,046 38 View Text
A58699 The religion established by law, asserted to conduce most to the true interest of prince and subject as it was delivered in a charge, at the general quarter sessions of the peace, held at the borough of Newark, for the county of Nottingham, by adjournment for taking the oaths of Supremacy, &c., according to the late act of Parliament July 21th 1673 / by Peniston Whalley Esq. Whalley, Penistone. 1674 (1674) Wing S1535; ESTC R183102 23,556 38 View Text
A91973 Pædo-baptisme: or, the baptizing of infants justified: by the judgement and practice of ancient and moderne Protestant divines, both foraine, and of this nation: clearly proving the absolute necessity of baptizing infants, from the authority of sacred scripture and the force of undeniable reason. Together with an excellent letter of Mr. John Philpots to the same purpose. / Collected by Robert Ram, minister of Spalding in Lincolnshire. Published by authority. Ram, Robert, d. 1657.; Philpot, John, 1516-1555. 1645 (1645) Wing R194; Thomason E276_12; ESTC R209870 23,751 33 View Text
A28457 Animadversions upon Sr. Richard Baker's Chronicle, and its continuation wherein many errors are discover'd, and some truths advanced / by T.B., Esq. Blount, Thomas, 1618-1679. 1672 (1672) Wing B3327; ESTC R6294 24,738 120 View Text
A88207 The iust mans iustification: or A letter by way of plea in barre; Written by L. Col. John Lilburne, to the Honourable Justice Reeves, one of the justices of the Common-wealths courts, commonly called Common Pleas. Wherein the sinister and indirect practices of Col. Edward King against L. Col. Lilburne, are discovered. 1. In getting him cast into prison for many weekes together, without prosecuting any charge against him. 2. In arresting him upon a groundlesse action of two thousand pounds in the Court of Common Pleas; thereby to evade and take off L. Col. Lilburns testimony to the charge of high treason given in against Col. King, and now depending before the Honourable House of Commons. In which letter is fully asserted and proved that this cause is only tryable in Parliament, and not in any subordinate court of justice whatsoever. Lilburne, John, 1614?-1657. 1646 (1646) Wing L2125; Thomason E340_12; ESTC R200876 25,288 20 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
A54690 A plea for the pardoning part of the soveraignty of the kings of England Philipps, Fabian, 1601-1690. 1682 (1682) Wing P2012; ESTC R9266 26,002 72 View Text
A13472 A memorial of all the English monarchs being in number 151, from Brute to King Charles. In heroicall verse by Io. Taylor. Taylor, John, 1580-1653. 1630 (1630) STC 23774; ESTC S118225 26,126 113 View Text
A16601 The battailes of Crescey, and Poictiers vnder the leading of King Edward the Third of that name; and his sonne Edward Prince of Wales, named the Blacke. By Charles Allen, sometime of Sidney Colledge in Cambridge. Aleyn, Charles, d. 1640. 1631 (1631) STC 351; ESTC S100138 26,656 79 View Text
B22975 The atchievements of the Kings of England since King Egbert of the Saxon race Fisher, Payne, 1616-1693. 1682 (1682) Wing F1013; ESTC R26135 27,021 144 View Text
A10090 Vnto the most high and mightie prince, his soueraigne lord King Iames. A poore subiect sendeth, a souldiors resolution; humbly to waite vpon his Maiestie In this little booke the godly vertues of our mighty King are specified, with disscription [sic] of our late Queene, (and still renowned) Elizas gouernement: the Pope and papists are in their colours set forth, their purposes laid open, and their hopes dissolued, the happie peace of England is well described, and the long continuance thereof humbly prayed for. Pricket, Robert. 1603 (1603) STC 20343; ESTC S115229 27,405 47 View Text
A39119 A vindication of the letter out of the north concerning Bishop Lake's declaration of his dying in the belief of the doctrine of passive obedience, &c. : in answer to a late pamphlet, called, The defence of the profession, &c. of the said Bishop : as far as it concerns the person of quality. Eyre, William, 1612 or 13-1670. 1690 (1690) Wing E3946; ESTC R6258 27,474 36 View Text
A34896 The usurpations of France upon the trade of the woollen manufacture of England briefly hinted at, being the effects of thirty years observations, by which that King hath been enabled to wage war with so great a part of Europe, or, A caution to England to improve a season now put into her hand, to secure her self by William Carter. Carter, W. (William) 1645 (1645) Wing C678A; ESTC R24254 27,507 33 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
A54990 A description of the province of New Albion and a direction for adventurers with small stock to get two for one, and good land freely, and for gentlemen, and all servants, labourers, and artificers to live plentifully : and a former description re-printed of the healthiest, pleasantest, and richest plantation of New Albion in north Virginia, proved by thirteen witnesses : together with a letter from Master Robert Evelin, that lived there many years, shewing the particularities, and excellency thereof : with a briefe of the charge of victuall, and necessaries, to transport and buy stock for each planter, or labourer, there to get his master 50 l. per annum, or more in twelve trades, and at 10 l. charges onely a man. Plantagenet, Beauchamp.; Evelyn, Robert, 17th cent. 1648 (1648) Wing P2378; ESTC R10729 28,128 32 View Text
A39530 The catalogue of most of the memorable tombes, grave-stones, plates, escutcheons, or atchievements in the demolisht or yet extant churches of London from St. Katharines beyond the Tower to Temple-Barre the out parishes being included : a work of great weight and conseqvently to be indulged and contenanced by such who are gratefully ambitious of preserving the memory of their ancestors / by P. Fisher somtimes Serjant Major of Foot. Fisher, Payne, 1616-1693. 1668 (1668) Wing F1014; ESTC R28628 28,171 61 View Text
A68278 [The] troublesome raigne of Iohn King of England with the discouerie of King Richard Cordelions base sonne (vulgarly named, the bastard Fawconbridge): also the death of King Iohn at Swinstead Abbey. As it was (sundry times) publikely acted by the Queenes Maiesties Players, in the honourable citie of London. Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616, attributed name.; Marlowe, Christopher, 1564-1593, attributed name. 1591 (1591) STC 14644; ESTC S106391 28,605 56 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
B12489 A persvvasion to the English recusants, to reconcile themselues to the Church of England Written for the better satisfaction of those which be ignorant. By Iohn Doue Doctor of Diuinitie. Dove, John, 1560 or 61-1618. 1603 (1603) STC 7085; ESTC S110110 29,134 40 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
A53879 Verses by the University of Oxford on the death of the most noble and right valiant Sir Bevill Grenvill, alias Granvill, Kt. who was slain by the rebells at the battle on Lansdown-Hill near Bathe, July the 5, 1643. University of Oxford.; Birkhead, Henry, 1617?-1696. 1684 (1684) Wing O989; ESTC R18022 30,066 120 View Text
A60373 Theatrum Scotiæ containing the prospects of Their Majesties castles and palaces : together with those of the most considerable towns and colleges, the ruins of many ancient abbeys, churches, monasteries and convents, within the said kingdom : all curiously engraven on copper plates, with a short description of each place / by John Slezer ... Slezer, John, d. 1714.; Sibbald, Robert, Sir, 1641-1722.; Trenchard, John, Sir, 1640-1695. 1693 (1693) Wing S3993; ESTC R19602 30,193 141 View Text
A20768 The yonger brother his apology by it selfe. Or A fathers free power disputed for the disposition of his lands, or other his fortunes to his sonne, sonnes, or any one of them: as right reason, the laws of God and nature, the ciuill, canon, and municipall lawes of this kingdome do command. By I. Ap-Robert Gent. J. A. (John Ap Robert) 1618 (1618) STC 715; ESTC S115725 30,207 72 View Text
A08260 The vvarres of Svvethland With the ground and originall of the said vvarres, begun and continued betwixt Sigismond King of Poland, and Duke Charles his vnkle, lately crowned King of Swethland. As also the state and condition of that kingdome, as it standeth to this day. Nixon, Anthony. 1609 (1609) STC 18594; ESTC S119996 31,185 56 View Text
A61547 A discourse concerning the unreasonableness of a new separation, on account of the oaths with an answer to the History of passive obedience, so far as relates to them. Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. 1689 (1689) Wing S5584; ESTC R16935 31,376 50 View Text
A14573 A catalog of the bishops of Excester with the description of the antiquitie and first foundation of the Cathedrall church of the same. Collected by Iohn Vowell alias Hoker, gentleman. Hooker, John, 1526?-1601. 1584 (1584) STC 24885; ESTC S102101 32,358 40 View Text
A43617 Curse ye Meroz, or, The fatal doom in a sermon preached in Guild-hall Chappel London, before the Right Honorable the Lord Mayor and Court of Aldermen, May the 9th 1680 / by Edmond Hickeringill ... Hickeringill, Edmund, 1631-1708. 1680 (1680) Wing H1803; ESTC R17523 32,578 46 View Text
A93674 Englands warning-peece or the history of the gun-powder treason: inlarged with some notable passages not heretofore published. Whereunto is annexed The Act of Parliament for publick thanksgiving upon the fifth day of November yearly. / By T.S. Spencer, Thomas, fl. 1658.; England and Wales. Parliament. 1658 (1658) Wing S4961; Thomason E2255_2; ESTC R210140 32,617 87 View Text
A30606 The answer to Tom-Tell-Troth the practise of princes and the lamentations of the kirke / written by the Lord Baltismore, late secretary of state. Baltimore, George Calvert, Baron, 1580?-1632. 1642 (1642) Wing B611; ESTC R7851 33,266 35 View Text
A56269 Monarchiæ Britannicæ singularis protectio, or, A brief historicall essay tending to prove God's especial providence over the Brittish monarchy and more particularly over the family that now enjoys the same / by Hamlett Puleston ... Puleston, Hamlet, 1632-1662. 1661 (1661) Wing P4192; ESTC R21049 34,426 67 View Text
A56267 Epitome monarchiæ Britanicæ, or, A brief cronology of the Brittish kings from the first original of monarchial government, to the happy restauration of King Charles the Second : wherein many remarkable observations on the civil warrs of England and General Monks politique transactions in reducing this nation to a firm union for the resettlement of His Majesty, are clearly discovered / by Hamlet Puleston ... Puleston, Hamlet, 1632-1662. 1663 (1663) Wing P4190; ESTC R21043 34,516 68 View Text
A30714 The survey and antiquitie of the towne of Stamford in the county of Lincolne with its ancient foundation, grants, priviledges, and severall donations thereunto belonging : also a list of the aldermens names, and the time when they were chosen : with the names of 10 Lord Majors (of the Hon. city of London) borne in the foresaid county of Lincolne / written by Richard Butcher, Gent. ... Butcher, Richard, 1583-1665? 1646 (1646) Wing B6261; ESTC R2120 34,702 55 View Text
A14602 Martine Mar-Sixtus A second replie against the defensory and apology of Sixtus the fift late Pope of Rome, defending the execrable fact of the Iacobine frier, vpon the person of Henry the third, late King of France, to be both commendable, admirable, and meritorious. VVherein the saide apology is faithfully translated, directly answered, and fully satisfied. R. W., fl. 1591.; Sixtus V, Pope, 1520-1590. De Henrici Tertii morte sermo. English.; Wilson, Robert, d. 1600, attributed name. 1591 (1591) STC 24913; ESTC S119314 34,762 46 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
A30295 The copie of a letter sent ovt of England to an ambassadour in France for the King of Spaine declaring the state of England contrary to the opinion of Don Bernardin and of all his partizans Spaniards and others : wherunto are adioyned certain advertisements concerning the losses and distresses happened to the Spanish navy as well in fight with the English navie in the narrow seas of England : as also by tempests and contrary winds upon the west and north coasts of Ireland in their returne from the northerne isles beyond Scotland.; Copie of a letter sent out of England to Don Bernardin Mendoza Leigh, Richard, 1561?-1588. 1641 (1641) Wing B5729; ESTC R210031 35,377 63 View Text
A64759 British antiquities revived, or, A friendly contest touching the soveraignty of the three princes of VVales in ancient times managed with certain arguments whereunto answers are applyed by Robert Vaughan, Esq. ; to which is added the pedigree of the Right Honourable the Earl of Carbery, Lord President of Wales ; with a short account of the five royall tribes of Cambria, by the same author. Vaughan, Robert, 1592-1667. 1662 (1662) Wing V139; ESTC R13109 35,406 50 View Text
A88208 The just mans justification: or A letter by way of plea in barre; written by L. Col. John Lilburne. to the Honrble Justice Reeves, one of the justices of the Common-wealths courts, commonly called Common Pleas wherein the sinister and indirect practises of Col. Edward King against L. Col. Lilburne, are discovered. 1. In getting him cast into prison for maxy [sic] weekes together, without prosecuting any charge against him. 2. In arresting him upon a groundlesse action of two thousand pound in the Court of Common Pleas; thereby to evade and take off L. C. Lilburns testimony to the charge of high treason given in against Col. King, and now depending before the Honourable House of Commons hereunto annexed. In which letter is fully asserted and proved that this cause is only tryable in Parliament, and not in any subordinate court of justice whatsoever. Lilburne, John, 1614?-1657. 1647 (1647) Wing L2126; Thomason E407_26; ESTC R202758 35,413 28 View Text
A91198 Irenarches redivivus. Or, A briefe collection of sundry usefull and necessary statutes and petitions in Parliament (not hitherto published in print, but extant onely in the Parliament rolls) concerning the necessity, utility, institution, qualification, jurisdiction, office, commission, oath, and against the causlesse, clandestine dis-commissioning of justices of peace; fit to be publikely known and observed in these reforming times. With some short deductions from them; and a touch of the antiquity and institution of assertors and justices of peace in other forraign kingdomes. Together with a full refutation of Sir Edward Cooks assertion, and the commonly received erronious opinion, of a difference between ordinances and Acts of Parliament in former ages; here cleerly manifested to be then but one and the same in all respects, and in point of the threefold assent. Published for the common good, by William Prynne of Lincolns-Inne, Esq. Prynne, William, 1600-1669.; England and Wales. Parliament. 1648 (1648) Wing P3987; Thomason E452_23; ESTC R203239 36,601 50 View Text