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Order of the Bath. / [1661?] Preparations for each knight of the Bath
Orford, Edward Russell, Earl of, 1653-1727. / [MDCXCII. 1692] Admiral Russel's letter to the Earl of Nottingham: containing an exact & particular relation of the late happy victory and success against the French fleet. Published by authority.
Orford, Edward Russell, Earl of, 1653-1727. / [1691] Instructions made by the Right Honourable Edward Russel, admiral, in the year 1691. For the better ordering the fleet in sailing by day and night and in fighting.
Orford, Edward Russell, Earl of, 1653-1727. / [1692] Admiral Russel's letter to the Earl of Nottingham containing an exact and particular relation of the late happy victory and success against the French fleet.
Origen. / [M.D.LXV 1565] An homilie of Marye Magdalene declaring her ferue[n]t loue and zele towards Christ / written by that famous clerke Origene ; newly translated ...
Origen. / [1660?] Origen against Celsus translated from the original into English by James Bellamy ...
Orme, Thomas, d. 1716. / [1700?] Observations upon the acts for annuities.
Orme, Thomas, d. 1716. / [1690] May it please your Lordship, having formerly discourst amongst the crowd of arguments which have been vented since the knowledg of the peace; ...
Orme, Thomas, d. 1716. / [1698] The late prints for a standing army and in vindication of the militia consider'd, are in some parts reconcil'd.
Orme, William. / [1681] The best guide in the worst of times delivered in a sermon at the Guild-Hall Chappel on March 27, 1681 before the honourable the aldermen and several eminent citizens of the city of London / by William Orme ...
Ormerod, Oliver, 1580?-1626. / [1605] The picture of a Puritane: or, A relation of the opinions, qualities, and practises of the Anabaptists in Germanie, and of the Puritanes in England. VVherein is firmely prooued, that the Puritanes doe resemble the Anabaptists, in aboue fourescore seuerall thinges. By Oliuer Ormerod, of Emmanuel Colledge in Cambridge. Wherunto is annexed a short treatise, entituled, Puritano-papismus: or a discouerie of Puritan-papisme.
Ormerod, Oliver, 1580?-1626. / [1606] The picture of a papist: or, A relation of the damnable heresies, detestable qualities, and diabolicall practises of sundry hereticks in former ages, and of the papists in this age. Where in is plainly shewed, that there is scarse any heresie which the auncient Church knew, and withal condemned to the pit of hell, which the Romish Church hath not raked vp againe, and propounded to the world with new varnish and fresh colours. Together with a discourse of the late treason, and of the late execution of some of the traitors ... Written to stop the mouthes of those, that complaine of rigour, and scandalize the state of cruelty, in their iust seueritie. Whereunto is annexed a certain treatise, intituled Pagano-pagismus: wherein is prooued by irrefragable demonstrations, that papisme is flat paganisme: and that the papists doe resemble the very pagans, in aboue seuenscore seuerall things.
Ormonde, James Butler, Duke of, 1610-1688. / [1642] A True declaration of the last affaires in Ireland shewing te late overthrowes given to the Irish rebels : sent over in two letters / the one from the Earle of Ormond, and the other ftom [sic] Sir Iohn Temple ; red in the House of Parliament, and ordered to bee printed, May foureteene 1642.
Ormonde, James Butler, Duke of, 1610-1688. / [1649?] A true copy of two letters the first sent from the Earle of Ormond to the Honourable Colonell Michael Jones, commander in chiefe of the Parliament's forces in Leinster and governor of the city of Dublin : vvith Colonell Jones his answere to the Earle of Ormond's said letters.
Ormonde, James Butler, Duke of, 1610-1688. / [1662] The speech of His Grace, James Duke of Ormond, Lord Lievtenant of Ireland, to both Houses of Parliament, on Saturday the 27 of September, 1662 upon His Graces giving the royal assent to severall acts of Parliament.
Ormonde, James Butler, Duke of, 1610-1688. / [October 21, 1643] A proclamation concerning a cessation of arms agreed and concluded on at Siggingstown, in the county of Kildare, the fifteenth day of September, in the nineteenth yeer of His Majesties raign, by and between James Marquesse of Ormonde Lieutenant Generall of His Majesties army in the Kingdom of Ireland, for and in the name our gracious Soveraign Lord Charles ... authorized by His Majesties Roman Catholique subjects, of whose party they are, and now in the arms in the said kingdom &c : to treat and conclude with the said marquesse for a cessation of arms by vertue of an authority given unto them, bearing date at Cashel, the seventh day of September, in the said nineteenth yeer of His Majesties raign, of the other party : whereunto is added an instrument touching the manner of payment of 30800 pounds sterling by severall payments.
Ormonde, James Butler, Duke of, 1610-1688. / [1682] A letter from His Grace James Duke of Ormond, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, in answer to the Right Honourable Arthur Earl of Anglesey Lord Privy-Seal, his observations & reflections upon the Earl of Castlehaven's Memoires concerning the rebellion of Ireland. And concerning which, the complaint of the Duke of Ormond in council now depends against the Earl of Anglesey, Lord Privy-Seal. Printed from the original, with an answer to it, by the Right Honourable the Earl of Anglesey.
Ormonde, James Butler, Duke of, 1610-1688. / [MDCLXXXII 1682] A letter from His Grace James, Duke of Ormond, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, in answer to the Right Honourable Arthur, Earl of Anglesey, Lord Privy-Seal, his observations and reflections upon the Earl of Castlehaven's Memoires concerning the rebellion of Ireland printed from the original, with an answer to it by the Right Honourable the Earl of Anglesey.
Ormonde, James Butler, Duke of, 1610-1688. / [1648 i.e. 1649] The declaration of His Excellency the Lord Marquis of Ormond: Lord Deputy of Ireland, and Generall of all the forces in that kingdome for the King. Together with the Lord Inchequeene, and all the rest of the Kingdome; concerning the death of His Sacred Majesty, who was murdered at White-Hall, the 30. of Ianuary; by an usurped power of the Commons of England, as they call themselves. Likewise their intentions to crown Prince Charles King, and ingage in His quarrell against England. To which is added the reasons, which moved them to joyne with the Irish Rebles as they call them in England. Published by speciall command.
Ormonde, James Butler, Duke of, 1610-1688. / [1657] The copie of the Lord of Ormonds letter to the Bishop of Dromer.:
Orpen, Richard, 1652-1716. / [1694] The London-master, or, The Jew detected containing I. A true discovery by what tricks and devices the ship Laurel, of London ... was cast away ... in the river of Killmare in Ireland, II. The evil motives of lucre that instigated them to that wickedness, III. Their bloody designs to have sixteen innocent persons question'd for their lives ..., IV. A brief apology to the clergy, the army, and the London- masters, V. An appendix to prove every allegation, directed by the margent.
Orpen, Richard, 1652-1716. / [1689] An exact relation of the persecutions, robberies, and losses, sustained by the Protestants of Killmare, in Ireland with an account of their erecting a fortress to defend themselves against the bloody insolencies of the papists : also, the way and manner of their happy escape into England : together with the reasons why the Protestants there did not regiment themselves, and take the field, or make their flight sooner : as likewise, some natural conclusions that plague and famine will arise forthwith in that kingdom / by a principal manager in that action.
Orphinstraunge, John. / [ca. 1625-1630?] The blessed publicane. Briefly shewing foorth the happy estate of humble repentant sinners. Written by John Orphinstraunge.
Orrery, Roger Boyle, Earl of, 1621-1679. / [1667] Several copies of verses on the death of Mr. Abraham Cowley and his burial in Westminster Abbey
Orrery, Roger Boyle, Earl of, 1621-1679. / [1662] [An] answer to a scandalous letter lately printed and subscribed by Peter Welsh, procurator for the Sec. and Reg. popish priests of Ireland Intituled, A letter desiring a just and merciful regard of the Roman Catholicks of Ireland, given about the end of Octob. 1660. to the then Marquess, now Duke of Ormond, and the second time Lord Lieutenant of that Kingdom. By the right honourable the Earl of Orrery, one of the Lords Justices of the kingdom of Ireland, and L. President of the province of Munster, &c. Being a full discovery of the treachery of the Irish rebels since the beginning of the rebellion there, necessary to be considered by all adventureres and other persons estated in that kingdom.
Ortelius, Abraham, 1527-1598. / [1606 i.e. 1608?] Theatrum orbis terrarum Abrahami OrtelI Antuerp. geographi regii. = The theatre of the vvhole world: set forth by that excellent geographer Abraham Ortelius
Ortelius, Abraham, 1527-1598. / [1601?] An epitome of Ortelius his Theater of the vvorld, vvherein the principal regions of the earth are descrived in smalle mappes. VVith a brief declaration annexed to ech mappe. And donne in more exact manner, then lyke declarations in Latin, French, or other languages. It is also amplyfied with new mappes wanting in the Latin editions.
Ortiz, Antonio, fl. 1600. / [Anno 1601] A relation of the solemnetie wherewith the Catholike princes K. Phillip the III. and Quene Margaret were receyued in the Inglish Colledge of Valladolid the 22. of August. 1600. VVritten in Spanish by Don Ant. Ortiz and translated by Frauncis Riuers and dedicated to the right honorable the Lord Chamberlayne.