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|A25635||An Answer to Wild, or, A Poem upon the imprisonment of Robert Wild D.D. in Cripplegate by a brother of the same gongregation [sic].||1660 (1660)||Wing A3460; ESTC R34198||1,345||1||View Text|
|A60980||A sovereign remedy for the Presbyterian's maladie inflicted on them by those Lordly Bishops, Puritan pride, and zealous self-will. In answer to Wild.||1663 (1663)||Wing S4778; ESTC R222153||1,571||1||View Text|
|A48453||As you were, or, The Lord General Cromwel and the grand officers of the armie their remembrancer wherein as in a glass they may see the faces of their soules spotted with apostacy, ambitious breach of promise, and hocus-pocus-juggleing with the honest soldiers and the rest of the free-people of England : to the end that haveing seene their deformed and fearfull visage, they may be returning to doe their first pretended workes, wipe of their spots, mend their deformities & regaine their lost credit : in a word, save themselves and the gaspeing libertyes of the surprized and enslaved English nation : least enlargement and deliverance arise to the English from another place, but they and their fathers house shall be destroyed : Ester 4. and 14. : all which is contained in a letter directed to the Lord Generall Cromwel, to be communicated to the grandees of his army / written by L. Colonel John Libvrne May 1652 ...||Lilburne, John, 1614?-1657.||1652 (1652)||Wing L2084; ESTC R1524||49,801||36||View Text|
|A54240||The wits academy, or, The muses delight consisting of merry dialogues upon various occasions composed of mirth, wit, and eloquence, for a help to discourse to such as have had but small converse with the critical sort of people, which live in this censorious age : as also, divers sorts of letters upon several occasions both merry and jocose, helpful for the inexpert to imitate, and pleasant to those of better judgement, at their own leisure to peruse : with a perfect collection of all the newest and best songs, and catches, that are, and have been lately in request at court, and both the theatres.||W. P.||1677 (1677)||Wing P139; ESTC R4337||143,775||351||View Text|
|A44832||A collection of the several books and writings of that faithful servant of God, Richard Hubberthorn who finished his testimony (being a prisoner in Newgate for the truths sake) the 17th of the 6th month, 1662.||Hubberthorn, Richard, 1628-1662.||1663 (1663)||Wing H3216; ESTC R16018||292,545||354||View Text|
|A40137||A collection of many select and Christian epistles, letters and testimonies written on sundry occasions, by that ancient, eminent, faithful friend and minister of Christ Jesus, George Fox ; the second volume.||Fox, George, 1624-1691.; Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723.||1698 (1698)||Wing F1764; ESTC R15883||725,753||580||View Text|