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A38361 Whereas it hath pleased almighty God to call to his mercy our late soveraign lord King Charles the Second of blessed memory, by whose decease the imperial crowns of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, are solely and rightfully come to the high and mighty Prince James, Duke of York and Albany ... England and Wales. Parliament. House of Lords. 1685 (1685) Wing E2922; ESTC R36550 611 1 View Text
B03087 Whereas it hath pleased almighty God to call to his mercy our late soveraign lord King Charles the Second of blessed memory, by whose decease the imperial crowns of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, are solely and rightfully come to the high and mighty Prince James, Duke of York and Albany ... England and Wales. Parliament. House of Lords. 1685 (1685) Wing E2922A; ESTC R172070 645 1 View Text
A72807 The oath of euery free-man of this Citie of London.; Othe of evrye free man. 1634 (1634) STC 16764.7; ESTC S125104 706 1 View Text
A06279 The Oath of euery free-man of the citie of London 1628 (1628) STC 16764.5; ESTC S4375 709 1 View Text
A72806 The oath of euery free-man of the City of London.; Othe of evrye free man. 1610 (1610) STC 16764.3; ESTC S125103 710 1 View Text
A72805 The oath of euery free man, of the Citie of London; Othe of eurye free man. 1605 (1605) STC 16763.5; ESTC S124571 718 1 View Text
B05322 Act, for an anniversary thanksgiving, in commemoration of his Majesties happy birth-day, being the fourteenth day of October, &c. Edinburgh, the sixteenth day of September, 1685. Scotland. Privy Council. 1685 (1685) Wing S1423; ESTC R183000 1,196 1 View Text
A46549 A proclamation, for an anniversary thanksgiving, in commemoration of His Majesties happy birth-day, being the forteenth day of October, &c. James R. England and Wales. Sovereign (1685-1688 : James II); James II, King of England, 1633-1701. 1685 (1685) Wing J327B; ESTC R18754 1,252 1 View Text
A54556 A proclamation, for an anniversary thanksgiving, in commemoration of his Majesties happy birth-day, being the fourteenth day of October, &c. Scotland. Sovereign (1685-1688 : James VII); James II, King of England, 1633-1701. aut; Scotland. Privy Council. aut 1685 (1685) Wing P1827A; ESTC R18754 1,273 1 View Text
A55954 The proceedings of the Grand-jury of the city of Bristol, upon an indictment against Edward Flower, gentleman, for speaking words in derogation of His Majesty, and the high court of Parliament Flower, Edward, Gentleman. 1680 (1680) Wing P3585; ESTC R16107 1,423 2 View Text
A19445 William, by the prouidence of God, Bishop of Exeter, to all and singular archdeacons, officials, parsons ... and all other ecclesiasticall officers ... greeeting [sic] whereas His Majesty, for the seasoning of all youth in their due alleageance, hath caused a booke to bee compiled and imprinted ... intituled God and the King ... Church of England. Diocese of Exeter. Bishop (1598-1621 : Cotton); Cotton, William, d. 1621. 1616 (1616) STC 5870.3; ESTC S3915 1,594 1 View Text
A07856 Iames by the prouidence of God, bishop of Bath and Wels, to all and singular arch-deacons, officials, parsons ... & al other eccelsiastical officers ... greeting whereas His Maiesty, for the seasoning of all youth in their due alleageance, hath caused a booke to bee compiled and imprinted, containing the sum of the Oath of Alleageance, intituled, God and the King ... Church of England. Diocese of Bath and Wells. Bishop (1608-1616 : Montagu); Montagu, James, 1568?-1618. 1616 (1616) STC 18228.5; ESTC S3823 1,601 1 View Text
A75615 An arrest of the court of Parliament, the princes and all the chambers being assembled, August 22. 1652. To give thanks to the King for the removall of the Cardinal Mazarin, and to beseech his Majesty to return to his good city of Paris and to give peace to his people. With the declaration of the princes. France. Parlement (Paris) 1652 (1652) Wing A3770; Thomason 669.f.16[63]; ESTC R211528 2,108 1 View Text
A34211 The Condemnation, behaviour, last dying words, and execution of Algernon Sidny, Esq. who was beheaded the 7th of this instant December, 1683, on a scaffold on Tower-hill for high-treason, in conspiring the death of His Majesty, and to subvert the government, as by law established, &c. 1683 (1683) Wing C5718; ESTC R584 2,248 2 View Text
A53415 An ordinance ordained, devised, and made by the Master, and Keepers or Wardens, and commonalty of the mystery or art of Stationers of the City of London for the well governing of that society. Stationers' Company (London, England); Guilford, Francis North, Baron, 1637-1685.; Pemberton, Francis, Sir, 1624-1697.; Saunders, Edmund, Sir, d. 1683. 1683 (1683) Wing O411; ESTC R216917 2,321 11 View Text
A52392 None but the sheriffs ought to name and return jurors to serve in inquests before commissioners of oyer and terminer 1681 (1681) Wing N1226; ESTC R15917 2,574 6 View Text
A01198 The destruction and sacke cruelly committed by the Duke of Guyse and his company, in the towne of Vassy, the fyrste of Marche, in the yeare M. D. LXII.; Destruction du saccagement, exerce cruellement par le Duc de Guise en la ville de Vassy. English. 1562 (1562) STC 11312; ESTC S112679 2,762 14 View Text
A49554 The petition and declaration of Richard Langhorne a nototrious Papist now in Newgate condemned for treason : presented to His Majesty in Council at Hampton-Court, the 10th of this instant July, 1679 : in which he avowedly owneth several popish principles and tenets, relating to what he believeth and thinketh himself bound to believe by his popish principles, in relation to the duty which he, and it is believed that our English Papists hold the same, is bound to pay to his present Majesty, a true Protestant prince. Langhorne, Richard, 1654-1679. 1679 (1679) Wing L398; ESTC R5181 2,877 4 View Text
A75089 An account how the Earl of Essex killed himself in the Tower of London, the 13th. of July 1683 As it appears by the coroners inquest, and the several informations following. Farnham, E. aut 1683 (1683) Wing A176; ESTC R229465 2,920 4 View Text
A24269 An Account how the Earl of Essex killed himself in the Tower of London, the 13th of July 1683 as it appears by the coroners inquest and the several informations following. 1683 (1683) Wing A175; ESTC R6078 2,943 10 View Text
B08687 The charge and impeachment exhibited against the bloody judges of our late royal-martyred King Charles with His Majesties proclamation, touching the horrid murtherers of his royal father of blessed memory, and the most horrid and execrable treason committed upon the royall diadem, crown, septer, and dignity, contrary to the known laws of the land and the peoples liberty, with the resolves of Parliament, touching Hugh Peters, and Cornet Joyce, and the rest of the wicked actors that committed the most barbarous and horrid murther in cutting off the precious head of our late gracious lord and soveraign King Charles. English and Wales. Parliament. 1660 (1660) Wing C2047A; ESTC R173669 3,002 10 View Text
A92280 Reasons humbly propounded against dissolving the antient revenue arising by wine-licenses, and imposing thirty shillings, or any other sum, upon a tun of wine, in lieu thereof, to be paid by the merchant 1665 (1665) Wing R567D; ESTC R42396 3,054 1 View Text
A25929 Articles of impeachment of high treason, and other high crimes and offences, against William Earl of Powis, William Visount Stafford, Henry Lord Arundel of Wardour, William Lord Petre, and John Lord Bellasis, now prisoners in the Tower 1680 (1680) Wing A3843; ESTC R38536 3,200 4 View Text
A06233 By the Mayor An act of Common Councell, prohibiting all strangers borne, and forrainers, to vse any trades, or keepe any maner of shops in any sort within this citty, liberties and freedome thereof.; Acts & Orders. 1606-04-15 City of London (England). Court of Common Council.; City of London (England). Lord Mayor. aut 1606 (1606) STC 16722; ESTC S102913 3,395 3 View Text
A80239 A commission from the right honourable the lord high chancellor, the lord high treasurer, the lord bishop of London, and the dean of St. Pauls. To the right honorable the lord chief justice of the Common Pleas, Mr. Justice Hyde, Mr. Attorney Generall and others. Concerning the arrears of impropriations, and other ecclesiasticall livings, &c. granted by His Sacred Majesty to the said lord high chancellor, lord high treasurer, lord bishop of London, and dean of St. Pauls. For and towards the repair of the Cathedrall Church of St. Paul London. 1662 (1662) Wing C5551C; ESTC R174184 3,477 11 View Text
A00747 The accusation and impeachment of Iohn Lord Finch, Baron of Fordwich, Lord Keeper of the Great Seale of England, by the House of Commons; Proceedings. 1640 England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons. 1640 (1640) STC 10876; ESTC S102060 3,538 14 View Text
A25746 An Account of the proceedings at the Sessions for the City of Westminster against Thomas Whitfield, scrivener, John Smallbones, woodmonger, and William Laud, painter for tearing a petition prepared to be presented to the Kings Majestie, for the sitting of the Parliament : with an account of the said petition presented on the 13th instant, and His Majesties gracious answer. 1680 (1680) Wing A360; ESTC R9010 3,611 2 View Text
A00091 Iniunctions gyuen by th [sic] auctoritie of the kynges highnes to the clergie of this his realme; Injunctions. 1538 Church of England.; Henry VIII, King of England, 1491-1547. 1538 (1538) STC 10085; ESTC S108738 4,267 6 View Text
A51119 The Spanish Otes, or, The unparallel'd imposture of Michael de Molina, executed at Madrid in the year 1641 faithfully translated out of Spanish.; Tratado de falsedades. English Quiñones de Benavente, Juan de, 1600-1650.; Molina, Miguel de, d. 1641. 1685 (1685) Wing M2386; ESTC R1132 4,278 7 View Text
A32178 Articles of peace between the Most Serene ... Charles II ... and several Indian kings and queens, &c. concluded the 29th day of May, 1677.; Treaties, etc. 1677 May 29 England and Wales. 1677 (1677) Wing C2909; ESTC R35908 4,290 20 View Text
A87303 An act for keeping and celebrating the twenty third of October as an anniversary thanksgiving in the kingdom of Ireland. Together with a form of divine service, to be used there on the same day. : These are to give notice, that the Protestants of Ireland, at present in and about the city of London, intend to meet (at the Church of St. Mary le Bow) upon Wednesday the twenty third day of this instant October, at ten of the clock in the morning, in pursuance of an act of Parliament in that kingdom, to give thanks to almighty God for the deliverance from the bloody massacre and rebellion begun by the Irish Papists the twenty third day of October, 1641.; Laws, etc. Ireland.; Ireland. Parliament. 1689 (1689) Wing I307aA; ESTC R171961 4,806 8 View Text
A48987 An Act of Common Councell, concerning orphans City of London (England). Common Council. 1663 (1663) Wing L2852X; ESTC R216715 4,866 31 View Text
A06224 Orders taken & enacted, for orphans and their portions. Anno M D. LXXX.; Acts and orders. 1580 City of London (England). Court of Common Council. 1580 (1580) STC 16708; ESTC S105583 4,873 18 View Text
A83917 Two iudgements of the Lords assembled in Parliament: against John Morris alias Poyntz. Mary his wife. Isabell Smith. Leonard Darby. And John Harris. For forging, framing, and publishing a copy of a pretended act of Parliament. England and Wales. Parliament. 1647 (1647) Wing E2852; Thomason E416_9; ESTC R204473 5,097 12 View Text
A91236 An old parliamentary prognostication made at Westminster, for the new-yeer, and young members there assembled in consultation. Fore-shewing the probable finall issue of all their intended new moddles, acts, and ordinances, from four old printed statutes, and abortive nulled Parliaments, not unworthy of their knowledg most serious consideration & saddest meditation; (and the whole three kingdoms too,) in regard of the present face of our publike affairs. Prynne, William, 1600-1669. 1654 (1654) Wing P4024; Thomason E818_11; ESTC R207393 5,207 8 View Text
A78247 The Long Parliament is not revived by Tho. Philips. Or, An answer to Tho. Philips his Long Parliament revived. By R. C. R. C. 1660 (1660) Wing C107; Thomason E1050_8; ESTC R208160 5,306 9 View Text
A89655 News from the sessions-house The tryal, conviction, condemnation, and execution of Popery, for high-treason; in betraying the kingdom, and conspiring the ruin, subversion, and death of the Protestant religion. With her last speech and confession at Tyburn. 1689 (1689) Wing N1019B; ESTC R231381 5,436 4 View Text
A52226 News from the sessions-house the tryal, conviction, condemnation and execution of Popery for high-treason : for betraying the kingdom and conspiring the ruin, subversion, and death of the Protestant religion : with her last speech and confession at Tyburn. 1689 (1689) Wing N1014A; ESTC R218861 5,444 4 View Text
A87524 The armies indempnity. Jenkins, David, 1582-1663. 1647 (1647) Wing J584; Thomason E390_10; ESTC R201533 5,622 8 View Text
A63301 A true account of the behaviour, confeesion (sic), and last dying speeches of the seven criminals that were executed at Tyburn, on Friday the ninth of May, 1690 Smith, Samuel, 1620-1698. 1690 (1690) Wing T2351A; ESTC R492263 5,717 2 View Text
B03321 Anno regni Gulielmi et Mariæ regis et reginæ Angliæ, Scotiæ, Franciæ, & Hiberniæ primo. On the sixteenth day of December, anno Dom. 1689. In the first year of their Majesties reign, this act passed the royal assent. England and Wales. Parliament. 1695 (1695) Wing E987A; ESTC R176267 5,835 18 View Text
A63970 Reflections upon the French Kings declaration for the restauration of the late King James, to the kingdom of England / by John Tutchin. Tutchin, John, 1661?-1707. 1690 (1690) Wing T3382A; ESTC R6390 5,903 2 View Text
A72788 By the Mayor. We charge and command you, that vpon S. Thomas day the Apostle next comming, you doe hold your wardmote and that you haue afore vs at our generall Court of Aldermen to bee holden in the Guildhal, the Munday next after the feast of the Epiphany next comming, ...; Acts & Orders City of London (England). Lord Mayor. 1630 (1630) STC 16731.7; ESTC S124270 6,413 3 View Text
A74127 By the Major. Wee charge and command you, that upon S. Thomas day the apostle next comming, you doe hold your ward mote, ... City of London (England). Lord Mayor. 1649 (1649) Wing L2883C; Thomason 669.f.15[5] 6,417 3 View Text
A91359 Prynn against Prinn. Or, the answer of William Prynne, utter Barrester of Lincolnes Inne: to a pamphlet lately published by William Prynne Esquire, a member of the House of Commons. Intituled A Briefe Memento to the present un-parliamentary Juncto, touching their present intentions and proceedings to depose and execute Charles Steuart, their lawfull King. January 25. 1648. Imprimatur Theodore Jennings. Purefoy, William, 1580?-1659. 1649 (1649) Wing P4228A; Thomason E540_6; ESTC R205753 6,607 15 View Text
A82029 The debates in deposing kings; and the royal succession of Great Britain 1688 (1688) Wing D510; ESTC R225317 6,694 4 View Text
A87523 An apology for the army, touching the eight quære's upon the late declarations and letters from the army, touching sedition falsly charged upon them. Wherein those quæres are resolved, and thereby the present proceedings of the army are proved to be legall, just & honorable. By David Jenkins, prisoner in the Tower of London. Jenkins, David, 1582-1663. 1647 (1647) Wing J582; Thomason E396_18; ESTC R201654 7,036 12 View Text
A63204 The tryal of William Hone. For high-treason, for conspiring the death of the King, &c. 1683 (1683) Wing T2236A; ESTC R219711 7,158 6 View Text
B12627 The Kynges Maiesties free and most general pardon. England and Wales. Sovereign (1547-1553 : Edward VI).; Edward VI, King of England, 1537-1553. 1549 (1549) STC 7819.10; Interim Tract Supplement Guide Harl.7614[198] 7,163 9 View Text
A75607 The arraignment, confession, and condemnation of Alexander Knightley for the horrid and execrable conspiracy to assassinate His sacred Majesty, K. William, in order to a French invasion of this kingdom: at the Kings Bench Bar, Westminster, on the 30th of April, and the 20th and 25th of May. Knightley, Alexander, d. 1696. 1696 (1696) Wing A3748A; ESTC R210494 7,838 12 View Text
A39993 Forresta de Windsor, in Com. Surrey the meers, meets, limits, and bounds of the Forrest of Windsor, in the county of Surrey, as the same are found, set out, limited and bounded by inquisition : taken by vertue of His Majesties Commission in pursuance of one act made in the Parliament ... in the sixteenth year of the reign of our soveraign Lord King Charles, intituled An act for the certainty of forrests and of the meers, meets, limits, and bounds of forrests as the same now remaine upon the record in His Majesties high court of chancery. England and Wales. Act for the certainty of forrests. 1646 (1646) Wing F1588B; ESTC R37855 7,969 18 View Text
A91202 King Richard the Third revived. Containing a memorable petition and declaration contrived by himself and his instruments, whiles Protector, in the name of the three estates of England, to importune and perswade him to accept of the kingship, and crown of England, by their joynt election, (as if he were unwilling to undertake, or accept, though he most ambitiously aspired after them, by the bloudy murthers of K. Henry 6. Edward 5. and sundry others) before his coronation; presented afterwards to, and confirmed by the three estates and himself, in his first Parliament, to give him a colourable title both by inheritance, and their election to the crown. Transcribed out of the Parliament roll of 1.R.3. (printed in Speeds History of Great Britain: where his other additionall policies to engage the City of London, lawyers, divines and people, to elect, and make him their king, are at large recorded.) Prynne, William, 1600-1669. 1657 (1657) Wing P3990; Thomason E896_5*; Thomason E903_9; ESTC R203357 7,970 11 View Text
A62792 To the nobility of England 1679 (1679) Wing T1577; ESTC R2151 8,414 1 View Text
A55944 The proceedings at the Sessions of the Peace held at Hicks-Hall, for the county of Middlesex, Decemb. 5, 1681 with His Majesties two orders, and Sir William Smith's speech to the grand jury concerning putting the laws in execution against Popish recusants and conventicles, together with his discourse upon the statute of the 3d. of Hen. 8. (herewith printed) concerning the power of the justices of the peace to impannel juries. 1682 (1682) Wing P3567; ESTC R6287 9,048 12 View Text
A37588 Anno regni Caroli regis Angliæ, Scotiæ, Franciæ, & Hiberniæ, decimo septimo at the Parliament begun at Westminster the third day of November, anno Dom. 1640 ... : an act for the speedie and effectuall reducing of the rebells in His Majesties kingdom of Ireland to their due obedience to His Majestie and the Crown of England. England and Wales. 1641 (1641) Wing E1127; ESTC R41133 9,354 15 View Text
A55949 The proceedings of the citizens of Hereford in the delivery up of their chapter and renewing of it vindicated from the scurrilous imputations of Richard Janeway / by a lover of the king, the government, and the city, in a letter to a friend. Lover of the king, the government, and the city. 1682 (1682) Wing P3575; ESTC R2037 9,717 4 View Text
A78413 Another word to purpose against The long Parliament revived. By C. C. of Grays-Inne, Esq; Drake, William, Sir. 1660 (1660) Wing C16; Thomason E1053_5; ESTC R207979 10,311 21 View Text
A05033 A briefe description of the notorious life of Iohn Lambe otherwise called Doctor Lambe. Together with his ignominious death. 1628 (1628) STC 15177; ESTC S120018 10,330 24 View Text
A34175 The Compleat solemnity of St. Georges Day consisting in the morning preparation and magnificent proceeding, the solemn coronation and coronation oath : with the solemnities of serving the Kings table at the royal feast, and ceremonies of the challenge made by the champion in Westminster-Hall / all described in a perfect narrative of the coronation of His late Sacred Majesty Charles the Second, on Saint Georges Day, April the 23th. 1685 (1685) Wing C5654; ESTC R27267 10,932 12 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
B14599 Anno. IIII. Henrici octaui. These be the statutes established in diuerse Parliamentes for the mistery of ye pewterers of London and concerninge the searche of pewter, brasse, and vntrue beames [and] weightes, [and] for deceiuable hawkers, with diverse other orders [and] redresses to be had in the saide mystery, with the renewinge [and?] confirminge of the same statutes.; Public General Acts. Selections: Pewterers. England and Wales.; Elyot, Thomas, Maister.; Nogey, Thomas.; Hawke, Thomas. 1589 (1589) STC 16782; ESTC S100296 11,299 24 View Text
A06312 Anno quarto Henrici octaui. These be the statutes established in diuers Parlyaments, for the mistery of the pewterers of London and concerning the search of pewter, brasse, and vntrue beames and weights, and for deceiuable hawkers, with diuers other orders and redresses to be had in the sayd mystery, with the renewing and confirming of the same statutes,; Public General Acts. Selections: Pewterers. England and Wales.; Wood, Thomas, fl. 1593.; Mayor, William.; Hyll, Walter. 1593 (1593) STC 16783; ESTC S107729 11,348 24 View Text
A81279 The case of Mainwaring, Hawes, Payne, and others, concerning a depredation made by the Spanish-West-India fleete upon the ship Elizabeth. Restitution sought in Spayne, justice denied, and thereupon, according to lawe, iustice petitioned of the Honorable Houses of Parliament. In which is prayed that (out of 50000 l. deposited in the Parliaments hands, in lieu of plate and merchandize by them formerly arrested) satisfaction may bee made. Mainwaring, Randall.; Hawes, Nathaniel.; Payne, George.; England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons. 1646 (1646) Wing C939; Thomason E355_17; ESTC R4352 11,585 19 View Text
A04083 An act for the Kings Maiesties most gracious, generall, and free pardon; Public General Acts Ireland. 1635 (1635) STC 14136; ESTC S101136 11,757 16 View Text
A02975 The French kings edict vpon the reducing of the citie of Paris vnder his obedience Published the 28. of March 1594. VVhereto is adioyned the said kinges letters patents for the reestablishment of the Court of Parliament at Paris. Also a decree of the saide Court of Parliament of the 30. of March, concerning a reuocation of whatsoeuer hath bene committed in preiudice of the kinges authoritie, and the lawes of the land. All faithfully translated out of the French copies printed at Paris by Frederick Morell, by E.A. France. Sovereign (1589-1610 : Henry IV); Aggas, Edward. 1594 (1594) STC 13118; ESTC S112615 12,333 30 View Text
B07937 A declaration of the Prince of Conde and his associates to the Queene, vppon the iudgement of rebellion, set forth against the[m] by their enemies, terming the[m] selues to be the court of parlamente of Parys, with a protestation of the evils and inconueniences which may thereof ensue.. Condé, Louis, prince de, 1530-1569. 1562 (1562) STC 16851; ESTC S94038 12,627 70 View Text
A32165 Articles of alliance and commerce between the most serene and potent prince Charles II, by the grace of God king of Great Britain, France and Ireland, defender of the faith &c., and the most serene and potent prince Christian V, by the grace of God king of Denmark, Norway &c. / concluded at Copenhagen the 11th day of July, 1670.; Treaties, etc. Denmark, 1670 July 11. English. England and Wales.; Charles II, King of England, 1630-1685.; Christian V, King of Denmark and Norway, 1646-1699.; Denmark. Treaties, etc. England and Wales, 1690 July 11. English. 1672 (1672) Wing C2892; ESTC R43087 12,829 31 View Text
A02956 The declarations as vvell of the French King, as of the King of Nauarre Concerning the truce agreed vpon betwene their Maiesties: and touching the passage of the riuer of Loire. France. Sovereign (1574-1589 : Henry III); Henry III, King of France, 1551-1589.; Henry IV, King of France, 1553-1610.; Navarre (Kingdom). Sovereign (1572-1610 : Henry III). aut 1589 (1589) STC 13098.8; ESTC S103953 13,845 26 View Text
A78290 A horrible and bloody plot to murder Sir Thomas Fairfax, Sir William Brereton, Sir Thomas Middleton, Colonell Moore, and above one hundred more of the Parliament men, colonels, and other officers and gentlemen. With the names of the knights, esquires, gentlemen, and others that were chief actors therein. The copies of the severall indictments, bills, and other parchments and papers; and the names of the judges, justices, and grand iury; and their proceedings therein. With letters from the committee of Chester, and other gentlemen of the country sent up about the same. These are copied out by the originall papers, delivered into the committee at Goldsmiths Hall, and are printed and published according to order of Parliament. S. C.; England and Wales. Parliament. 1646 (1646) Wing C122; Thomason E345_20; ESTC R200998 13,915 34 View Text
A90228 An arrow against all tyrants and tyrany, shot from the prison of New-gate into the prerogative bowels of the arbitrary House of Lords, and all other usurpers and tyrants whatsoever. wherein the originall rise, extent, and end of magisteriall power, the naturall and nationall rights, freedomes and properties of mankind are discovered, and undeniably maintained; ... the late Presbyterian ordinance (invented and contrived by the diviners, and by the motion of Mr. Bacon and Mr. Taet read in the House of Commons) examined, refuted, and exploaded, as most inhumaine, tyranicall and barbarous. / By Richard Overton prerogative archer to the arbitrary House of Lords, their prisoner in New-gate, ... sent by way of a letter from him, to Mr Henry Martin, a Member of the House of Commons. Imprimatur rectat justitia. Overton, Richard, fl. 1646. 1646 (1646) Wing O622; Thomason E356_14; ESTC R201139 14,134 20 View Text
A74017 Anno tertio Henrici Octavi The kynge our soueraygne lorde Henry the eyght ...; Laws, etc. England. 1563 (1563) STC 9362.1; ESTC S121528 14,385 16 View Text
A50914 Nevvs from hell, Rome and the Innes of court wherein is set forth the coppy of a letter written from the devill to the pope : the true coppy of the petition delivered to the King at Yorke : the coppy of certaine articles of agreement betweene the devill, the pope, and divers others : the description of a feast, sent from the devill to the pope : together with a short advertisement to the high court of Parliament with sundry other particulars / by J. M. Milton, John, 1608-1674. 1642 (1642) Wing M42B; ESTC R23068 14,420 30 View Text
A67919 Newes from hell, Rome and the inns of court wherein is sett forth the coppy of a letter written from the Diuell to the Pope : the true coppy of the petition delivered to the King at York : the coppy of certaine artikles of agreement betweene the Divill, the Pope and divers others : the discription of a feast sent from the Diuell to the Pope together with a short advertisement to the high court of Parliament with sundry other particulars / J. M.; Milton, John, 1608-1674. 1641 (1641) Wing M42A; ESTC R19130 14,482 28 View Text
A63195 The tryal of Slingsby Bethel, Esq., upon an indictment preferred by Robert Mason against him of which he was found guilty at the general quarter sessions of the peace for the town and burrough of Southwark at the Bridge-house, holden and kept before the right honourable Sir Patience Ward, Lord Mayor of the city of London, Sir Thomas Allen, Sir William Hooker, Sir Thomas Bloudworth, Sir James Edwards, and Justice Pyrs, on Wednesday, October 5, 1681. Bethel, Slingsby, 1617-1697. 1681 (1681) Wing T2223; ESTC R29550 14,805 18 View Text
A01001 The wonderful discouerie of the vvitchcrafts of Margaret and Phillip Flower, daughters of Ioan Flower neere Beuer Castle: executed at Lincolne, March 11. 1618 Who were specially arraigned and condemned before Sir Henry Hobart, and Sir Edward Bromley, iudges of assise, for confessing themselues actors in the destruction of Henry L. Rosse, with their damnable practises against others the children of the Right Honourable Francis Earle of Rutland. Together with the seuerall examinations and confessions of Anne Baker, Ioan Willimot, and Ellen Greene, witches in Leicestershire. 1619 (1619) STC 11107; ESTC S102363 15,152 48 View Text
A55933 The proceedings against the Right Honourable the Earl of Shaftsbury, at the Old Baily, on Thursday the twenty fourth of November, 1681 as they were taken by an impartial hand, and faithfully transmitted to every unbiassed reader : with sufficient reasons to justifie the Grand Jury in bringing in the Bill Ignoramus. Shaftesbury, Anthony Ashley Cooper, Earl of, 1621-1683.; Philonomus. 1681 (1681) Wing P3553A; ESTC R24477 15,222 20 View Text
B00045 Witchcrafts, strange and wonderfull: discovering the damnable practices of seven witches, against the lives of certaine noble personages, and others of this kingdome, as shall appeare in this lamentable history. ; With an approved triall how to finde out either witch or any apprentice to witch-craft.. Flower, Margaret, d. 1618. 1635 (1635) STC 11107.7; ESTC S92558 15,311 23 View Text
A49678 The late famous tryal of Mr. Hickeringill, rector of the rectory of All-Saints in Colchester, and author of The naked truth, the second part with an information exhibited against him for barretry, in XXIV articles : to make good the charge against him at the suit of the King, as in course, but really, prosecuted by one Maltcher, and one Morris, a proctor in the spriritual courts : at the assizes in Nisi Prius held at Chelmsford, March 3, 1680 before Mr. Baron Weston : where and when he was accused, amongst other things, for writing the said book called The naked truth, the second part. Hickeringill, Edmund, 1631-1708, defendant. 1681 (1681) Wing L547; ESTC R9853 15,421 21 View Text
A16300 Newes from Bohemia. An apologie made by the states of the Kingdome of Bohemia, shewing the reasons why those of the reformed religion were moued to take armes, for the defence of the king and themselues, especially against the dangerous sect of Iesuites. With a plaine declaration, that those who belong unto the monasteries and ecclesiasticall iurisdiction (according unto his Maiesties letters, and agreements made betweene that states of the reformed religion and the Papists) haue good right, as being subjects of the Imperiall Maiestie, to the peaceable exercise of their diuine seruice, and building of churches. / Translated out of Dutch into Latine, and thence into English by Will. Philip..; Stavové evangelicti. English Bohemia (Kingdom).; Phillip, William. 1619 (1619) STC 3211 15,443 33 View Text
A25628 An Ansvver to this quodlibetical question, whether the bishops make a fundamental and essential part of the English Parliament collected out of some memorials in a larger treatise for the information of some, the confirmation of others, and the satisfaction of all. 1661 (1661) Wing A3454; ESTC R22861 15,455 24 View Text
A91213 The Lords & Commons first love to, zeale for, and earnest vindication of their injuriously accused and impeached Members, and violated priviledges. Manifested by their owne printed declarations, petitions, votes, in the case of the Lord Kimbolton, Mr. Denzill Holles, and some other Members, impeached by the Kings atornie, Mr. Herbert, (by the Kings owne speciall command) of high treason, in Ianuary 1641. With a paralell of Cromwells plot, in bringing the Army to London, with Henry Jermins and Percyes. And a briefe recitall of two ancient judgements in former Parliaments; proving, that it is no lesse then treason, for any to impeach Lords and Members of treason, for any thing acted by them, in, or by authority of Parliament; and that the Lords and Commons in this Parliament have, in effect, voted and declared as much. Humbly submitted to the consideration of both Houses, and of all such who by their covenant, and protestation are obliged to defend the priviledges of Parliament; and bring the infringers of them and malicious false impeachers of their Members to condigne punishment. England and Wales. Parliament.; Prynne, William, 1600-1669. 1648 (1648) Wing P4004; Thomason E422_10; ESTC R203253 15,601 19 View Text
A38224 Depositions and articles against Thomas Earle of Strafford Febr. 16. 1640; Proceedings. 1641-02-16 England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons. 1641 (1641) Wing E2571A; STC 25247; ESTC S100074 16,100 48 View Text
A08108 A true coppie of the transportation of the Lowe Countries, Burgundie, and the countie of Charrolois: doone by the King of Spayne, for the dowrie of his eldest daughter. Giuen in marriage vnto the Cardinall Albert, Duke of Austria, vvith the articles and conditions of the same, signed by the King in Madrill. Translated out of Dutch by H.W. Nouember. 1598 Spain. Sovereign (1556-1598 : Philip II); Elstracke, Renold, fl. 1590-1630, engraver.; H. W., fl. 1598. 1598 (1598) STC 18468; ESTC S113157 16,222 30 View Text
A36519 The Long Parliament revived, or, An act for continuation, and the not dissolving the Long parliament (call'd by King Charles the First in the year 1640) but by an act of Parliament with undeniable reasons deduced from the said act to prove that that Parliament is not yet dissolved ; also Mr. William Prin his five arguments fully answered, whereby he endeavours to prove it to be dissolved by the Kings death &c. / by Tho. Phillips. Drake, William, Sir. 1661 (1661) Wing D2137; ESTC R30130 16,499 26 View Text
B09033 Anno Regni Caroli II. Regis Scotiæ Angliæ Franciæ & Hiberniæ duodecimo at the Parliament begun at Westminster, the five and twentieth day of April, Anno Dom. 1660, in the twelfth year of the reign of our most Gracious Soveraign Lord Charles, by the grace of God, of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, King, defender of the faith, &c. England and Wales. Laws, statutes, etc.; England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II). 1660 (1660) Wing E1144B; ESTC R175044 16,585 17 View Text
A37593 Anno regni Caroli II, regis Angliæ, Scotiæ, Franciæ, & Hiberniæ, duodecimo at the Parliament begun at Westminster, the five and twentieth day of April Anno Dom. 1660, in the twelfth year of the reign of our most gracious soveraign lord Charles, by the grace of God, of England, Scotland, France, and Ireland King, defender of the faith, &c.; Laws, etc. England and Wales. 1660 (1660) Wing E1144; ESTC R475135 16,590 14 View Text
A84508 At the Court at Whitehall 10 March 1675/6 By the King's Most Excellent Majesty and the Right Honourable the Lords of His Majesties most Honourable Privy Council.; Orders in Council. 1676-03-10 England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II); England and Wales. Privy Council. aut 1676 (1676) Wing E847A; ESTC R206015 18,604 39 View Text
A53231 The Kings coronation being an exact account of the cavalcade, with a description of the triumphal arches, and speeches prepared by the city of London for His late Majesty Charles the Second, in his passage from the Tower to Whitehall : also the narrative of His Majesties coronation, with his magnificant proceeding and feast in Westminster-Hall, April the 23th : as it was published by His Majesties order, with the approbation and license of Sir Edward Walker, Garter Principal King at Arms / by John Ogilby Esquire ; published by William Morgan, His Majesties Cosmographer. Ogilby, John, 1600-1676.; Morgan, William, d. 1690. 1685 (1685) Wing O176; ESTC R181191 19,318 21 View Text
A91250 Prynne the Member reconciled to Prynne the barrester. Or An ansvver to a scandalous pamphlet, intituled, Prynne against Prynne. Wherein is a cleare demonstration, that William Prynne, utter barrester of Lincolnes Inne, in his soveraigne power of parliaments and kingdomes, is of the same judgement with, and no wayes contradictory to William Prynne Esquire, a Member of the House of Commons in his memento. Wherein the unlawfullnesse of the proceedings against the King, and altering the present government is manifested out of his former writings and all cavils and calumnies of this scandalous pamphleteer fully answered. / By William Prynne Esquire, barrester at law, and a Member of the House of Commons. Prynne, William, 1600-1669. 1649 (1649) Wing P4043; Thomason E558_5; ESTC R203281 19,546 27 View Text
A90643 The articles and conditions of the perpetuall peace concluded between the most potent King of Spaine, &c. on the one partie, and the high and mightie Lords, the States Generall of the Vnited Netherlands, on the other partie, subscribed and sealed the 13th. of Ianuary, 1648. At Munster. Philip IV, King of Spain, 1605-1665. aut; United Provinces of the Netherlands. Staten Generaal. aut 1648 (1648) Wing P1985A; Thomason E434_10; ESTC R206224 19,927 32 View Text
A25327 The Anatomy of a Jacobite-Tory in a dialogue between Whig and Tory : occasioned by the Act for recognizing King William and Queen Mary. 1690 (1690) Wing A3053; ESTC R22595 20,621 38 View Text
A40376 The treaty and alliance between the commissioners of the most Christian King of France and Navarre on one part, and the extraordinary ambassadors of the States General of the United-Provinces of the low-countries on the other concluded and signed at Paris the 27 April, 1662.; Treaties, etc. United Provinces of the Netherlands 1662 Apr. 27 France.; France. Treaties, etc. United Provinces of the Netherlands, 1662 April 27. 1662 (1662) Wing F2052A; ESTC R28244 20,678 40 View Text
A64063 The commoners liberty, or, The English-mans birth-right ... Twysden, Roger, Sir, 1597-1672. 1659 (1659) Wing T3551; ESTC R20848 21,436 38 View Text
A24384 The London almanack, or, A compendium of the year 1673 referred particularly to the meridian of the most famous city of London : together with some antiquities relating to that ancient and honourable corporation, not commonly known to the worthy inhabitants thereof / by Mercurius Civicus. Butler, Samuel, 1612-1680. 1673 (1673) Wing A1925; ESTC R33076 21,837 48 View Text
B07159 A most humble supplication of many the Kings Maiesties loyall subiects, ready to testifie all civill obedience, by the oath, as the law of this realme requireth, and that of conscience; who are persecuted, onely for differing in religion, contrary to divine and humane testimonies as followeth.. Murton, John. 1621 (1621) STC 563.7; ESTC S95969 22,236 39 View Text
A55936 The proceedings at the assizes holden at York, the 24th day of July, 1680, before ... Sir William Dolben ... and Sir Edward Atkyns ... then judges of assize for the northern circuit, against several prisoners then indicted for the horrid Popish Plot against the life of the King and for subversion of the government and Protestant religion : with an accompt at large of the arraignment of Sir Miles Stapleton ... , and of the tryal, condemnation and execution of Thomas Thwing for the same plot. Thwing, Thomas, d. 1680.; England and Wales. Assizes (York) 1681 (1681) Wing P3557; ESTC R24478 22,623 36 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
A87609 A discourse consisting of motives for the enlargement and freedome of trade· Especially that of cloth, and other vvoollen manufactures, engrossed at present contrary to [brace] the law of nature, the law of nations, and the lawes of this kingdome. / By a company of private men who stile themselves merchant-adventurers. The first part. Aprill. 11. 1645 Imprimatur, Na. Brent. Johnson, Thomas, marchant. 1645 (1645) Wing J849A; Thomason E260_21; ESTC R212472 22,833 55 View Text
A48999 Lawrence Mayor. Comm. Concil. tent. vicesimo septimo die Januarii, anno Dom. 1664. Annoque regni Regis Caroli Secundi nunc Angliæ, &c. Decimo sexto City of London (England). Court of Common Council. 1675 (1675) Wing L2854N; ESTC R216799 23,674 47 View Text
A35066 A vindication of Robert III, King of Scotland from the imputation of bastardy, by the clear proof of Elizabeth Mure (daughter to Sir Adam Mure of Rowallan) her being the first lawful wife of Robert the II, then Stewart of Scotland and Earl of Strathern by George, Viscount of Tarbat, &c. ... Cromarty, George Mackenzie, Earl of, 1630-1714. 1695 (1695) Wing C7027; ESTC R6005 24,829 54 View Text