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[1659] It being the laudable custom of our ancestors, when they elected and authorized their knights, citizens, and burgesses to deliver them breviates of all those publick grievances they thought necessary to be redressed, and such propositions as they apprehended most effectual for the welfare and prosperity of themselves and the English nation, to be vigorously prosecuted by them in Parliament; ...
[16--?] It is a noyse of terror, to heare the guns like thunder,
[1622?] It is certified from Palermo in Sicilia, that Don Francisco di Castro, as future Vize-Roy, is gone with his gallies to Gaeta, to be admitted therin, and that the said country hath determined to disburse 12000. crownes, to be imployed for the entertaining of him as a welcome thither: but he would not permit them to doe it, neither would receiue the presents that they of Palermo presented vnto him, nor once suffer the common people to be burthened with any expences.
[21 of August, 1644] It is conceived by the judgement of many that if the courtiers, nobilitie and gentry who are now in rebellion should but be made (as in justice they ought) to pay their just debts, that before this warre, and sithence, in a just way they are ingaged to the citizens and inhabitants in and about this citie, and other places, these ensuing effects would be produced:
Ryley, William. / [1648] It is humbly desired by William Ryley clerk of the records in the tower, that you will be pleased to asist him in his petition
[1690] It is humbly offered by some uninterested persons that the laying a greater duty on low-wines, or spirits drawn from melasses than on other spirits, or the total prohibition thereof (which will certainly be the effect) will be of a bad consequence to the nation for the following reasons
England and Wales. Sovereign (1603-1625 : James I) / [Anno Dom. 1606] It is so manifest to the world by all our proceedings hitherto towards those subiects of ours, which doe professe the Romish religion, ...
England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons. / [1641] It is this day ordered by the house of Commons now assembled in Parliament, that the preamble, together with the protestation, which the members of this house made the third of May, shall be forthwith printed
England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons. / [1641] It is this day ordered by the House of Commons now assembled in Parliament, that the preamble, together with the protestation, which the members of this house made the third of May, shall be forthwith printed
England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons. / [1641] It is this day ordered by the House of Commons, that the knights, citizens, and burgesses of the severall counties, cities, and boroughs of this kingdom, and the dominion of Wales ... shall forthwith signifie unto the commissioners appointed for the assessing and leavying of all summes of money to be raised by an act of Parliament intituled, An act for the speedie provision of money for disbanding the armies and setling the peace between the two kingdoms of England and Scotland
[between 1694 and 1712?] It was little expected by the Colledge of Physicians, ...
R. C. (Rowland Carleton) / [1681] The Italian princess, or, Loves persecutions a new romance / written by Row. Carleton, Gent.
Magini, Giovanni Antonio, 1555-1617. / [MDCXXII. 1622] The Italian prophecier. That is, A prognostication made for the yeere of our Lord God 1622. Practised by Antonio Magino, Professour of the Mathematickes, in the towne of Bononia, written fiue yeeres past: declaring many wonders and fearefull proceedings, wherewith the world is threatned to happen therein by warre this present yeere. With notable complaints made by diuers nations, touching the present estate of their countrey. Faithfully translated out of Italian into Dutch, and now into English.
[1655] An item for England in some honest intimations: or, Queries in season for the generall good of all Gods people.
Welwisher to His Majesty. / [Printed, in the year of the King of Kings 1642 i.e. 1643] An item to his Majestie concerning Prince Rupert and his cavaliers. Or, A looking-glasse, wherein His Majesty may see his nephews love; vvho secretly under pretence of assisting him, to gain an absolute prerogative or arbitrary power, will disthrone him to set up himselfe. / Written by a welwisher to His Majesty.
Loyal pen. / [1660] Iter Australe attempting something upon the happy return of our most gracious soveraign Lord Charls [sic] II from banishment to his throne / by a loyal pen.
Wild, Robert, 1609-1679. / [1668] Iter boreale with large additions of several other poems : being an exact collection of all hitherto extant : never before published together / the author R. Wild.
Walker, Edward, Sir, 1612-1677. / [1660] Iter Carolinum being a succinct relation of the necessitated marches, retreats, and sufferings, of His Majesty Charls the I from January 10, 1641, till the time of his death 1648 / collected by a daily attendant upon His Sacred Majesty during all the said time.
Hinde, Samuel. / [1662] Iter Lusitanicum, or, The Portugal voyage with what memorable passages interven'd at the shipping, and in the transportation of her Most Sacred Majesty Katherine, Queen of Great Britain, from Lisbon, to England, exactly observed by him that was eye-witnesse of the same, who though he publish this, conceals his name / by S.H. ...
Bünting, Heinrich, 1545-1606. / [1636] Itinerarium totius Sacræ Scripturæ. Or, the trauels of the holy patriarchs, prophets, iudges, kings, our sauiour Christ, and his Apostles, as they are related in the Old and New Testaments. With a description of the townes and places to which they trauelled, and how many English miles they stood from Ierusalem. Also a short treatise of the weights, monies, and measures mentioned in the Scriptures, reduced to our English valuations, quantitie, and weight. Collected out of the workes of Henry Bunting, and done into English by R.B.