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Under-drawer at the --'s-Head-Tavern in -- Gate-Street. / [1691] A search after wit, or, A visitation of the authors in answer to the late Search after claret, or, Visitation of the vintners / by an under-drawer at the --'s-Head-Tavern in -- Gate-Street.
Underhill, Thomas. / [1660] Hell broke loose: or An history of the Quakers both old and new.: Setting forth many of their opinions and practices. Published to antidote Christians against formality in religion and apostasie. By Thomas Underhill citizen of London.
Underwood, John, fl. 1680. / [1680] The church-papist (so-called), his religion and tenets fully discovered in a serious dispute ... whereby the common ... arguments of pretended visibility, succession, universality, &c., of the Roman Church ... are briefly confuted : whereunto is added, a short discourse proving episcopacy to be of divine institution, kingly government of Gods setting up, and the religion of the Church of England, to be the best in the world / by one of the children of the late captivity, 1680.
Underwood, Robert, fl. 1605. / [1605] A nevv anatomie. VVherein the body of man is very fit and aptly (two wayes) compared: 1 To a household. 2 To a cittie. With diuers necessarie approoued medicines, not commonly practised heretofore: wittie, and pleasant to be read, and profitable to be regarded.
United Provinces of the Netherlands. / [1642] The answer and resolution of the States of Holland, concerning the Queenes Majesties desire to the States.: Delivered to Her Majesty July the 6. by the Duke of Luneburg. Also a true relation of two ships which came from Holland, laden with ammunition, and great store of moneyes, and many commanders, who are now with His Majestie at Yorke, which landed at Holdernesse, the 4 of Iuly, 1642. Ordered to be printed and published. Jo. Browne, Cler. Parl.
United Provinces of the Netherlands. Staten Generaal. / [1599] A proclamation of the Lords the Generall States, of the vnited Prouinces whereby the Spaniards and all their goods are declared to be lawfull prize: as also containing a strickt defence or restraint of sending any goods, wares, or merchandizes to the Spaniards or their adherents, enemies to the Netherlandes. Faithfully translated out of the Dutch coppy printed at S. Grauen Haghe by Aelbercht Heyndrickson, printer to the Generall States.
United Provinces of the Netherlands. Staten Generaal. / [1599] A proclamation made by the States of the vnited Netherlands touching the defence of the safegard of the enemy, the breaking of the quarters with the enemies souldiours, which vndertake to come ouer the waters and bogs in the parts of Freesland, Ornlanden, Drente, and Westerwoldingerland, or Lordship of Wedde. Faithfully translated out of Dutch. Also a copie of a letter, to the honourable Lords, the States, bearing date the 21 of March, 1599. Touching the victorie atchieued by the Prince Maurites before Emmericke.
United Provinces of the Netherlands. Staten Generaal. / [1693] The letters patents of the States-General, (translated out of Dutch) granted to William Walcot, esq; upon their seeing the demonstrations of his art of making sea-water fresh, &c. And putrified water wholesome.
United Provinces of the Netherlands. Staten Generaal. / [Anno Dom. 1673] The letter sent by the States-General of the United Provinces of the Low Countreys to His Majesty, by their Trumpeter together with His Majesties answer to the said letter / translated out of French into English.
United Provinces of the Netherlands. Staten Generaal. / [Anno 1631] Lawes and ordinances touching military discipline. Set downe and established the 13. of August. 1590. Translated into English by I. D.
United Provinces of the Netherlands. Staten Generaal. / [1673] La lettre des Estats Generaux des Provinces Unies des Pais Bas, envoyee a Sa Majeste le Roy de La Grande Bretagne, par un Trompette avec la response de Sa Majeste a ladite lettre.
United Provinces of the Netherlands. Staten Generaal. / [1680] An intimation of the deputies of the States General, in a late discourse with Mr. Sidney, extraordinary envoy from His Majesty of Great Britain
United Provinces of the Netherlands. Staten Generaal. / [1652] A declaration or manifest of the high and mighty lords the States Generall of the Vnited Netherland Provinces:: comprehending a true relation of their sincere intention, and lawfull proceedings in the treaty with the extraordinary embassadors, and the commissionaries of the present goverment [sic] of England, so as the same hath been held here in the Hague, as also at London. And likewise of the unjust and violent proceedings of those of the said government, which have forced the said States Generall by way of retortion, to defend their state and subjects against their oppressions.
United Provinces of the Netherlands. Staten Generaal. / [1594] The aunswere of the Lords the Estates Generall of the Vnited Prouinces of the Lowe-Countries, to the letter of the Archduke of Austria, heere-after inserted together vvith the proposition done in the name of the sayde arch-duke to the forenamed states, by Otto Hartius, and Jeronimus Coomans, learned in the lawes : also, the extract of certaine letters, written out of the campe before Groning.
United Provinces of the Netherlands. Staten Generaal. / [1674] An answer of the States-General of the United Provinces, to the memorial of the extraordinary ambassadour of Sweden, relating to a peace:
United Provinces of the Netherlands. Staten Generaal. / [1597] The ansuuere made by the noble lords the States, vnto the ambassadour of Polonia
United Provinces of the Netherlands. Staten Generaal. / [1602] An admonition published by the Generall States of the Netherlandish Vnited Prouinces, vnto the states, and citties their aduersaries touching his now intended proceedings, against the Spaniards and their adherents : whereunto is annexed a caueat, or proclamation, to the Vnited Netherlandish Prouinces / translated out of the Dutch printed coppy.
United Provinces of the Netherlands. Staten-Generaal. / [1605] A proclimation, by the which is prohibited in the research of the passengers ships betweene France and England, not to vse any disorder in words nor deedes, neither to vse any bad or slaunderous speeches of the Kings Maiestie of Great Britaine, &c. nor his subiects in any manner whatsoeuer translated out of Dutch.
Universal friend. / [1670] The Englishman, or, A letter from a universal friend, perswading all sober Protestants to hearty and sincere love of one another, and a unanimous claim of their antient and undoubted rights, according to the law of the land, as the best means of their safety with some observations upon the late act against conventicles.
Université de Paris. / [Anno 1610] The copie of a late decree of the Sorbone at Paris, for the condemning of that impious and hæreticall opinion, touching the murthering of princes generally maintained by the Iesuites, and amongst the rest, of late by Ioannes Mariana, a Spaniard: together, with the arrest of the Parliament, for the confirmation of that decree, and the condemning of the said Marianas booke, to be publiquely burnt by the executioner. Taken out of the Register of the Parliament, and translated into English.
Universitèat Wittenberg. / [M.D.C.XX. 1620] The consideration and iudgement, of the diuines of the Electorall Principality of Saxony, in the Vniuersitie of Wittenberge: they being required by the Vniuersitie of Iena vpon the question: whether a state of the empire ought not well to consider, whether he be bound to ayde and assist the Roman Emperour or no, in these warres of Bohemia? Faithfully translated out of the High Dutch tongue, according to the printed copy.
University of Cambridge. / [1625] Statuta quædam primaria & aliquot insuper ordinationes per Dom. procancellarium, præfectos, & (in eorum absentia) præsides collegiorum constitutæ ac deinde in domo regentium & non regentium promulgatæ, vnanimique eorum consensu in statutorum numerum ascriptæ, ad academiæ honorem, salutem, & disciplinam in perpetuum conservandam.
University of Oxford. / [1672] Whereas Tuesday next, being the thirtieth day of this instant January is by an act of Parliament appointed to be observed as a day of fasting and humiliation to explore the mercy of almighty God that the guilt of the sacred and innocent book of Charles the First, of blessed memory, may not be visited upon us or our posterity ...
University of Oxford. / [Ap 5, 1669] Whereas the appointment, ordering, and government of all carriers of what kind forever, trading to or with the University and citty of Oxford does of right belong and appertain to the chancellor, masters, and scholars of the said University by their charters, priviledges, and customes ...
University of Oxford. / [1671] Whereas formerly the practical musick performed in this school on the act Saturday, and other times
University of Oxford. / [1669] Walter Blandford, doctor of divinity, vice-chancellor of the University of Oxford
University of Oxford. / [1678] Universit Oxon. To [blank] being by us nominated and appointed presenters and assessors for [blank] within by virtue and in pursuance of an act of Parliament intituled An act for raising money by a poll and otherwise to enable His Majesty to enter into an actual war against the French king and for prohibiting several French commodities ...
University of Oxford. / [1685] To the right worshipfull the heads of the respective colleges and halls in the University of Oxford you are desired to signify to your societies that on Thursday April 23 the day of His Majesties coronation there will be a sermon at St. Maries at ten of the clock in the morning ...
University of Oxford. / [1690] To the right vvorshipful the heads of the respective colleges and halls of the University of Oxford : you are desired to signifie to your societies and remind them that during the solemnity now approaching, on the seventh day of July, all doctors are to wear their scarlet gowns and that the exercises will begin at one of the clock in the after-noon after the ringing of the little bell at St. Maries ...
University of Oxford. / [1669] To the right vvorshipful the heads of the respective colleges and halls in the Vniversity of Oxford Sirs, you are desired to signify to your societies that whereas on Friday morning next thereis intended to be held a convocation in the theater for the University's being invested in the possession of it ...
University of Oxford. / [1648] To the honourable visitours appointed by both Houses of Parliament for the regulating and reforming of the Vniversity of Oxford. The petition of your friends and servants in the said Vniversity.
University of Oxford. / [1647] To the honourable visitours appointed by both Houses of Parliament for the regulating and reforming of the Vniversity of Oxford
University of Oxford. / [1641] To the high covrt of Parliament the humble petition of all colledges and halls, and other well-willers to piety and learning throughout the kingdome of England.
University of Oxford. / [Printed in the yeare, 1641] To the high and honourable court of Parliament, the humble petition of the University of Oxford, in behalfe of episcopacy and cathedrals.:
University of Oxford. / [ca. 1690] Thanksgivings.
University of Oxford. / [1665] Rules and orders made by the Vice-Chancellor of the Vniversity of Oxford and Iustices of Peace for the good and safety of the Vniversity, city and county of Oxford whereas there is a dayly encrease of the plague in the city of Lodon, the suberbs and parts adjacent by reason whereof very many persons have of late and dayly doe withdraw themselves from their respective habitations ...
University of Oxford. / [1666] Robert Say, doctor of divinity, provost of Oriel Colledge and vice-chancellour of the Vniversity of Oxford to all whom it may concern Greetings. Whereas the statutes of the University require certain scholastical and decent habits befitting every person in his severall degree to be used and put on when he shall appear in publick ...
University of Oxford. / [1619] Quæstiones in sacra theologia discutiendæ Oxonii in vesperiis, decimo die Iulii, ann. D. 1619
University of Oxford. / [anno Domini 1683] Quæstiones in sacra theologia [jure civili, medicina, philosophia] discutiendæ Oxonii in vesperiis septimo [nono] die mensis Julii anno Domini 1683:
University of Oxford. / [1660] Paul Hood, doctor of divinity, rector of Lincoln College, and vice-chancellour of the Vniversity of Oxford to all whom it may concerne: Greetings. Whereas the statutes of the University require certaine scholasticall and decent habits befitting every person in his severall degree to be used and put on when he shall appear in publick ...
University of Oxford. / [1614] Orders made and set downe by the iustices of peace, at the generall sessions of the peace, holden at Oxford the xith of Ianuarie 1613: and in the xith yeare of the raigne of our soveraigne lord King Iames of England &c.
University of Oxford. / [1670] Orders for the reception of His Royal Highness, the Prince of Orange agreed upon by the vice-chancellor & delegats [sic], to be communicated to the heads of houses, & by them to their respective companies.
University of Oxford. / [1625] Merton Colledge case.
University of Oxford. / [1661] May the 11 1661 whereas great complaint hath been made of divers undergraduates, priviledge-persons, and townesmen of severall conditions and qualities
University of Oxford. / [1683] Judicium & decretum Universitatis Oxoniensis latum in convocatione habita Jul. 21, an. 1683, contra quosdam perniciosos libros & propositiones impias quae capitibus sacratissimorum principum, eorum statui & regimini, & omni humanae societati exitium intentant.
University of Oxford. / [1683] The judgment and decree of the University of Oxford past in their convocation July 21, 1683, against certain pernicious books and damnable doctrines destructive to the sacred persons of princes, their state and government, and of all humane society rendred into English, and published by command.
University of Oxford. / [1644?] An humble petition of the Vniversity and city of Oxford lately presented to His Majestie, for a speedy accommodation of peace, between himselfe and his high court of Parliament : together with His Majesties gracious answer to the said petition.
University of Oxford. / [Printed anno, 1641] The humble petition of the ministers of the Church of England desiring reformation of certain ceremonies and abuses of the Church: with the answer of the vicechancelor, the doctors, both the proctours, and other the heads of houses, in the Vniversity of Oxford.
University of Oxford. / [1685] The humble address and recognition of the University of Oxford presented to His Sacred Majesty James II, King of England, Scotland, France, and Ireland, defender of the faith, &c. according to an Act of convocation, bearing date, Feb. 21, in the year 1685.
University of Oxford. / [1612] Eidyllia in obitum fulgentissimi Henrici Walliæ Principis duodecimi, Romæq[ue] ruentis terroris maximi quo nihil maius meliâusve terris fata donavere, boniâq[ue] divi nec dabunt, quamvis redeant in aurum tempora priscum.
University of Oxford. / [1661] December 3.1678 whereas I have received notice that (according to orders given) there will be within this University and city of Oxon strict guards kept and observed by His Majesties forces that are now in place in this place
University of Oxford. / [1671] By order from Mr. Vice-Chancellor these are to give notice, that whereas Thomas Dye and John Fosset, have without licence from mee, and in contempt of the chancellor, masters and scholars of this university ... presumed to set up a coach to travail from hence to London ...
University of Oxford. / [1690] At a meeting of the heads of houses, April 28, 1690. Whereas great care hath been taken for regulating the apparel and habits of all scholars of whatever rank or degree within the University ...
University of Oxford. / [April 18, 1676] April 18. 1676. Whereas on Friday last, April 14th at midnight, several outrages were committed by breaking the windowes as well of colleges, as private houses, in many places of this city
University of Oxford. / [1603] The ansvvere of the vicechancelour, the doctors, both the proctors, and other the heads of houses in the Vniversitie of Oxford (agreeable, vndoubtedly, to the ioint and vniforme opinion, of all the deanes and chapters, and all other the learned and obedient cleargy, in the Church of England.) To the humble petition of the ministers of the Church of England, desiring reformation of certaine ceremonies and abuses of the Church.
University of Oxford. / [1680] An advertisement, concerning the printing and publishing of ancient and other usefull books.
University of St. Andrews. / [169-?] To his Grace, their Majesties High Commissioner, and the right honourable the Estates of Parliament. The petition of the principalls and regents of the University of St. Andrews, in behalf of the said university and colledges thereof.
University of St. Andrews. / [1689] The addres [sic] of the University of St. Andrews to the King by the rector, vice-chancellor, heads of the colledges, deans of faculties and the rest of the masters and professors of the University of St. Andrews, whose names are insert at the end of their address; also a letter from the arch-bishops and bishops to the Kings Most Excellent Majesty.
Univocè-catholicus. / [1607] Lucta Iacobi: or, A bonefire for His Maiesties double deliuerie, from the deluge in Perth, the 5. of August, 1600. And the doomesday of Britaine, the 5. of Nouember. 1605. Seene and allowed.
Unknown author. / [1682] Directions to fame, about an elegy on the late deceased Thomas Thynn, Esq. and an eulogy on other most famous English worthies / by an unknown author.
Unknown servant of his Lordship. / [1650] A vindication of my Lord Windsor's late proceedings with Mr. John Griffith,: occasioned by his vain aspersions. / And undertaken by an unknown servant of his Lordship.