|Author:||Warrington, Henry Booth, Earl of, 1652-1694.|
|Title:||The works of the Right Honourable Henry, late L. Delamer and Earl of Warrington containing His Lordships advice to his children, several speeches in Parliament, &c. : with many other occasional discourses on the affairs of the two last reigns / being original manuscripts written with His Lordships own hand.|
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The works of the Right Honourable Henry, late L. Delamer and Earl of Warrington containing His Lordships advice to his children, several speeches in Parliament, &c. : with many other occasional discourses on the affairs of the two last reigns / being original manuscripts written with His Lordships own hand.
Warrington, Henry Booth, Earl of, 1652-1694.
London: Printed for John Lawrence ... and John Dunton ..., 1694.
|Alternate titles:||Works. 1694|
Dedication signed: J. Dela Heuze.
"Never before printed"
Reproduction of original in British Library.
Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 1603-1714.
TO The Right Honourable THE EARL OF WARRINGTON.
His Lordship's ADVICE To His CHILDREN.
AN ESSAY UPON GOVERNMENT.
REASONS why King JAMES Ran away from Salisbury; In a Letter to a Friend.
Observations upon the Attainder of the Late Duke of Mon∣mouth.
THE INTEREST OF Whigg and Tory.
A Discourse shewing who. were the true Incouragers of Po∣pery: Written on the occasion of King James his Declara∣tion of Indulgence.
A SPEECH IN PARLIAMENT FOR THE Bill of Exclusion.
A SPEECH AGAINST Arbitrary and Illegal IMPRISONMENTS BY THE Privy Councill.
A SPEECH AGAINST THE Bishops Voting In Case of BLOOD.
A SPEECH AGAINST THE PENSIONERS IN K. Charles II. Reign.
A SPEECH For the Sitting of PARLIAMENTS, And against FAVOURITES.
A SPEECH On the Occasion of some JUSTICES Being put out of COMMISSION.
A SPEECH For Banishing the PAPISTS.
A SPEECH OF THE CORRUPTION OF THE JUDGES.
Some Observations on the Prince of Orange's Declaration, in a Charge to the Grand Jury.
A Speech against Asserters of Ar∣bitrary Power, and the Non-swearers.
A Persuasive to UNION, UPON King JAMES's Design to Invade England, in the Year 1692.
Against his Goods.
Some Reasons against the Prosecu∣ting the Dissenters upon the Pe∣nal Laws.
A DSICOURSE Proving the Reasonableness OF THE Present REVOLUTION, From the Nature of Government.
The CASE. QUERY, Whether a Conspiracy to Levy War, is an Overt Act of Conspiring, or Imagining the Death of the King.
REASONS For an UNION Between the CHURCH And the Dissenters.
Of the Absolute Power exercised in the late Reigns, and a Defence of King Williams accession to the Thone, &c.
A SPEECH Of the Earl of WARRINGTON: Of Tyranny, Liberty, Religion, and against Vice.
THE LEGALITY Of the Convention-Parliament, Though not called by Writ.
A RESOLUTION OF Two Important Questions:
THE CASE OF WILLIAM EARL Of Devonshire.
ARGUMENTS AGAINST The Dispensing Power.
PRAYERS WHICH His Lordship Used in his Family.
These following were some Occasional Additions.
SOME MEMOIRS OF THE METHODS Used in the Two Last Reigns.
SOME ARGUMENTS To prove, That There is no Presbyterian, but a Popish PLOT; AND Against the Villany of Informing in 1681.
Monarchy the Best Government, AND THE ENGLISH Beyond all others. WITH SOME RULES For the Choice of Members to Serve in Parliament.
Misprision of Treason.
Felonies against the Person of another.
Felonies against the Possession of another.
Misprision of Felony.
Trespasses and Offences against the Peace which are Finable.
Offences against Justice in general.
The Neglects of Constables.
Then Gentlemen, Coroner, Clerk of the Market, of the Peace, Searchers and Sealers of Leather, Toll-gathe∣rers, Overseers of the Poor, and of the Highway, all these are repre∣sentable by you, for their Neglects in their several Offices.
Offences against the PLENTY of the Nation, such as these:
A POEM On the Death of My Lady Warrington.