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Author: Riders, Thomas.
Title: The black remembrancer for the year of our Lord God, 1661.: Containing divers remarkable things, profitable and necessary to be known by all sorts of persons. / Written by Thomas Riders, student in the Mathematicks.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The black remembrancer for the year of our Lord God, 1661.: Containing divers remarkable things, profitable and necessary to be known by all sorts of persons. / Written by Thomas Riders, student in the Mathematicks.
Riders, Thomas.

London: Printed by Tho. Johnson, in the year of restauration. [i.e. 1660]
Subject terms:
Almanacs -- England
Great Britain -- History
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A91817.0001.001

Contents
THE BLACK REMEMBRANCER For the Year of our LORD GOD, 1661.
The Names of those persons who presumed to sit several times actually, as Judges upon our late Sovereign Lord King Charles the I. whereof seventy three did pass Sentence of Death upon Him, as is Recorded in an Addition to that Divine Piece, Entituled, , written by His Sacred Majesties own Hand, Fol. 299.
Ninety two in all.
Messengers and Door-keepers.
The Names of the Evidence that either did, or were ready to Swear away His most Sacred Majesties Life.
The Names of the pre∣tended Mayor and Al∣dermen of London, that personally proclaimed the Act for abolishing Kingly Government.
The Names of the Ma∣jor Generals that so re∣ligiously decimated the Loyal Gentry.
The Names of Oliver Cromwel's Privy-Council.
The Names of the Judges in the Courts of Law and Equity, as they sate and acted in Olivers time.
A List of the Names of those persons exempted from Pardon, by the Act of Indempnity.
The Characters of the Signs explained.
Of the ECLIPSES this Year 1661.
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