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Moore, John, of Wechicombe, near Dunster, Somerset. / [1660] A leaf pull'd from the tree of life: medicinall for the healing of Englands divisions. Or, A glimpse of the excellency of a kingly government.: Proving it to be 1. Most Godly. 2. Most Christianlike. 3. Most ancient. 4. Most safe for the people. Written out of love and good will to the peace and tranquility of the three nations, of England, Scotland, and Ireland. By John Moore.
England and Wales. / [M. DC. LXVIII. 1668] A league of union betwixt His Majesty, and the Estates General of the United Provinces of the Low-Countries for an efficacious mediation of peace between the two neighbouring crowns now in war.
Travers, Robert, fl. 1561-1572. / [1579] A learned and a very profitable exposition made vpon the CXI. psalme.
Crell, Johann, 1590-1633. / [Printed in the year 1646] A learned and exceeding well-compiled vindication of liberty of religion: written by Junius Brutus in Latine, and translated into English by N.Y. who desires, as much as in him is, to do good unto all men: wherein these three following propositions are undenyably proved, and all objections to the contrary fully answered. 1. That if magistrates, in case of necessity, promise hereticks liberty of religion; they are bound to performe their promise after that necessity ceaseth. 2 That magistrates may with a safe conscience grant hereticks liberty of religion, and oblige themselves by an oath, or bond of assurance, to provide for their safety and security. 3. That magistrates ought to grant hereticks liberty of religion, and to oblige themselves by an oath, or bond of assurance, to provide for their safety and security.
Virel, Matthieu. / [1594] A learned and excellent treatise containing all the principall grounds of Christian religion. Set downe by way of conference in a most plaine and familiar manner. Written first in French by maister Mathew Virell, after translated into Latine: and now turned into English for the vse of our country-men.
Newhouse, Thomas, d. 1611. / [1612] A learned and fruitfull sermon preached in Christs Church in Norwich. By Mr. Nevvhouse, late preacher of Gods word there.
Cooke, William. / [1644] A learned and full ansvver to a treatise intituled; The vanity of childish baptisme. Wherein the severall arguments brought to overthrow the lawfulnesse of infants baptisme, together with the answers to those arguments maintaining its lawfulnesse, are duly examined. As also the question concerning the necessitie of dipping in baptisme is fully discussed: by William Cooke Minister of the Word of God at Wroxall in Warwickwshire. Printed and entred according to order.
Spenser, John, 1559-1614. / [1615] A learned and gracious sermon preached at Paules Crosse by that famous and iudicious diuine, Iohn Spenser ... ; published for the benefite of Christs vineyard, by H.M.
Whitelocke, James, Sir, 1570-1632. / [1641] A learned and necessary argument to prove that each subject hath a propriety in his goods shewing also the extent of the kings prerogative in impositions upon the goods of merchants exported and imported out of and into this kingdome : together with a remonstrance presented to the Kings Most Excellent Majesty by the Honourable House of Commons in the Parliament holden anno dom. 1610, annoq[ue] regis Jacobi, 7 / by a late learned judge of this kingdome.
Butler, of Oundle. / [1593] A learned and notable sermon vpon the text Vos autem non sic. But you not so Lately preached vpon speciall occasion, by M. Butler of Owndell, in S. Maries Church in the Vniuersity of Cambridge: and succinctly debating the chiefe matters, which are now in question in the Church of England. Verie profitable for the further resoluing of them, who being brought into suspence by the contradiction of ministers, are content to lend an indifferent eare vnto the truth.
Walker, Ralph, preacher of the word. / [1608] A learned and profitable treatise of Gods prouidence Written for the instruction and comfort of the godly: for the winning and conuersion of sinners: and for a terror to the obstinate and prophane: diuided into sixe parts. By Ralph Walker preacher of the Word.
Piscator, Johannes, 1546-1625. / [1599] A learned and profitable treatise of mans iustification. Two bookes. Opposed to the sophismes of Robert Bellarmine, Iesuite. By Iohn Piscator, professor of diuinitie in the famous schools of Nassouia Sigena.
Stock, Richard, 1569?-1626. / [1641] A learned and very usefull commentary upon the whole prophesie of Malachy by ... Mr. Richard Stock ... ; whereunto is added, An exercitation upon the same prophesie of Malachy, by Samuel Torshell.
Stock, Richard, 1569?-1626. / [1641] A learned and very usefull commentary upon the whole prophesie of Malachy,: by that late Reverend, Godly and Learned Divine, Mr. Richard Stock, sometime Rector of Alhallowes Breadstreet, London, and now according to the originall copy left by him, published for the common good. Whereunto is added, An exercitation vpon the same prophesie of Malachy / by Samuel Torshell.
Sibbes, Richard, 1577-1635. / [1656] A learned commentary or, exposition, upon the fourth chapter of the second Epistle of Saint Paul to the Corrinthians. To which is added [brace] I. A conference between Christ and Mary after his resurrection. II. The spirituall mans aim. III. Emanuell, or miracle of miracles. / Published for the advantage of those that have them not, others may have the commentary alone. By that reverend and godly divine, Rich: Sibbs D.D. sometimes Master of Catherine Hall in Cambridge, and preacher to that Honourable Society of Grayes-Inne.
Schurman, Anna Maria van, 1607-1678. / [1659] The learned maid; or, Whether a maid may be a scholar?: A logick exercise / written in latine by that incomparable virgin Anna Maria à Schurman of Vtrecht. With some epistles to the famous Gassendus and others.
Petter, George. / [MDCLXI. 1661] A learned, pious, and practical commentary, upon the Gospel according to St. Mark wherein the sacred text is logically analyzed; the meaning of the holy Spirit clearly and soundly opened: doctrines naturally raised, strongly confirmed, vindicated from exceptions, and excellent inferences deduced from them: all seeming differences in the history between this and the other evangelists fairly reconciled: many important cases of conscience, judiciously, succinctly, and perspicuously solved. By that laborious and faithful servant of Christ, Mr. George Petter, late Minister of the Gospel at Bread in Sussex.
Holborne, Robert, Sir, d. 1647. / [1681] The learned readings of Sir Robert Holbourne, Knight upon the statute of 25 Edw. 3. cap. 2, being the statute of treasons : to which is added cases of [brace] prerogative, treason, misprision of treason, felony, &c. / written by the Right Honourable Francis Bacon ... ; and now reprinted for publick benefit.
Springham, Thomas. / [Septemb. 27. 1642] A learned speech spoken to His Excellency the Earl of Essex, upon his departure from Northampton to Worcester, concerning the present expedition.: By that learned and religious divine, and minister of Gods word, M. Thomas Springham. Also a true relation of the present proceedings of his Excellency and his army in their march from Northampton to Worcester, to meet with the Kings Majesty.
Hotham, John, Sir, d. 1645 Jan. 2. / [1642. May 27] A learned speech: made by the right worshipfull Sir John Hotham, a member of the House of Commons, at a meeting of severall knights and gentlemen in the said county, on the 23. of May. 1642. Wherein is manifested the manifold reasons why the subject being commanded by the Parliament; ought not to disobey, but to venture life and estate in the maintenance and performance thereof, vvith a remarkeable passage concerning the Lord Littleton, lord keeper of the Great Seale of England, and many other persons of note.
Marlborough, James Ley, Earl of, 1618-1665. / [1642] A learned treatise concerning wards and liveries written by the Right Honourable and learned gentleman St. James Ley, Knight and Baronet, Earle of Marlebrough ...
Stoughton, John, d. 1639. / [1640] A learned treatise in three parts, 1 The definition 2 The distribution of Divinity. 3 The happinesse of man; as it was scholastically handled by John Stoughton D.D. in Immanuell Colledge Chappell in Cambridge, while he was fellow there: and now published according to the copy left under his own hand.
Du Moulin, Pierre, 1568-1658. / [1631] A learned treatise of traditions, lately set forth in French by Peter Du Moulin, and faithfully done into English by G.C.
Payne, William, 1650-1696. / [1682] Learning and knowledge recommended to the scholars of Brentwood School in Essex in a sermon preached at their first feast, June 29, 1682 / by William Payne ...
Robertson, George, schoolmaster. / [1651] Learning's foundation firmly laid, in a short method of teaching to read English, more exact and easie then ever was yet published by any: comprehending all things necessary for the perfect and speedy attaining of the same. Whereby any one of discretion may be brought to read the Bible truly in the space of a month, though he never knew letter before. The truth whereof hath been confirmed by manifold experience. / By George Robertson, schoolmaster between the two North-Doors of Paul's, in the new buildings.
[1668] Leather-more, or, Advice concerning gaming
Clarke, John, d. 1658. / [1646] Leaven, corrupting the childrens bread; or Christs caveat to beware of sectaries and their dangerous doctrines. In two sermons on Mark 8. 15. The former preached in the Cathedrall Church of Lincoln, at the lecture, on Wednesday, October 1. 1645. The latter in another auditorie. / By John Clarke, B. D. and pastor of the church of Fiskerton, neere Lincoln.
Sedgwick, William, 1609 or 10-1669? / [1648] The leaves of the tree of life: for the healing of the nations.: Opening all the wounds of this kingdome, and of every party, and applying a remedy to them: by which we come to a right understanding between King and Parliament. A universal agreement and peace on all sides, and the kingdom restored and setled upon a sure and unmoveable foundation: by the light of God shining upon William Sedgwick.
Hooke, Robert, 1635-1703. / [1679] Lectiones Cutlerianæ, or, A collection of lectures, physical, mechanical, geographical, & astronomical made before the Royal Society on several occasions at Gresham Colledge : to which are added divers miscellaneous discourses / by Robert Hooke ...
Knewstubs, John, 1544-1624. / [Anno. 1577] Lectures of John Knewstub, vpon the twentith chapter of Exodus, and certeine other places of Scripture. Seene and allowed according to the Queenes maiesties iniunctions.
Bird, Samuel, d. 1604. / [1598] The lectures of Samuel Bird of Ipswidge vpon the 8. and 9. chapters of the second Epistle to the Corinthians
Calvin, Jean, 1509-1564. / [1578] The lectures or daily sermons, of that reuerend diuine, D. Iohn Caluine, pastor of the Church of God in Geneua, vpon the prophet Ionas, by N.B. student in Diuinitie. Whereunto is annexed an excellent exposition of the two last epistles of S. Iohn, done in Latin by that worthy doctor, August. Marlorate, and englished by the same N.B.
Airay, Henry, 1560?-1616. / [1618] Lectures upon the vvhole Epistle of St. Paul to the Philippians, deliuered in St. Peters Church in Oxford: by the reuerend and faithfull seruant of Christ Henry Airay ... and now published for the vse of Gods Church by C.P. ...
Sutton, Thomas, 1585-1623. / [1632] Lectures vpon the eleventh chapter to the Romans. Preached by that learned and godly divine of famous memorie, Dr. Sutton, in St. Marie Overies in Southwarke. Published for the good of all Gods Church generally, and especially of those that were then his hearers.
Downame, John, d. 1652. / [1608] Lectures vpon the foure first chapters of the prophecie of Hosea Wherein the text is exponded and cleered, and such profitable instructions obserued, and applied, as naturally arise out of this holie Scripture, and are fit for these times. By Iohn Dovvname Bacheler in Diuinitie, and preacher of Gods word.
[Printed 1654] A Legacie left to Protestants,: containing eighteen controversies, viz. 1. Of the Holy Scriptures. 2. Of Christs Catholick Church, &c. 3. Of the Bishop and Church of Rome, 4. Of traditions needfull, &c.
Trapnel, Anna. / [1654] A legacy for saints;: being several experiences of the dealings of God with Anna Trapnel, in, and after her conversion, (written some years since with her own hand) and new coming to the sight of some friends, they have judged them worthy of publike view; together with some letters of a latter date, sent to the congregation with whom she walks in the fellowship of the Gospel, and to some other friends.
Bell, Susanna, d. 1672. / [1673] The legacy of a dying mother to her mourning children being the experiences of Mrs. Susanna Bell, who died March 13, 1672 : with an epistle dedicatory by Thomas Brooks ...
Wilmer, John. / [1692] The legacy of John Wilmer, citizen, and late merchant of London humbly offered to the lords and commons of England.
[1682] A legal examination of abuses of law concerning forcible entry, imprisonment without warrant, riots, routs and unlawful assemblies, the publick peace, and breach of it, oppression and duress by goals & goalers, &c. : clearly evincing the abuse and illegality done in the prosecution against the people called Quakers in the city of Bristol, both by statute & common-law, reason and approved authorities.
Prynne, William, 1600-1669. / [in the yeare, 1656] A legal resolution of two important quæres of general present concernment.: Clearly demonstrating from our statute, common and canon laws, the bounden duty of ministers, & vicars of parish churches, to administer the sacraments, as well as preach to their parishioners; with the legal remedies to reclaim them from, or punish and remove them for their wilfull obstinacy in denying the sacraments to them. / By William Prynne Esq; a bencher of Lincolns Inne; to whom these quæres were newly propounded by some clients.
Care, Henry, 1646-1688. / [1688] The legality of the court held by His Majesties ecclesiastical commissioners defended their proceedings no argument against the taking off penal laws & tests.
M. P. (Martin Parker), d. 1656? / [1633] The legend of Sir Leonard Lack-wit sonne in law to Sir Gregory Nonesence, by the marriage of his wiues eldest daughter to Sir Simon Simple, translated out of all Christian languages into the Kentish tongue. By Martin Parker.
Hegge, Robert, 1599-1629. / [1663] The legend of St. Cuthbert with the antiquities of the Church of Durham / by B.R., Esq.
Lee, E., fl. 1652. / [Printed in the Year 1653 i.e. 1652] Legenda lignea: with an ansvver to Mr. Birchleys moderator. (Pleading for a toleration of popery.) And a character of some hopefull saints revolted to the church of Rome.
La Planche, Louis Régnier de, ca. 1530-ca. 1580. / [1577] A legendarie, conteining an ample discourse of the life and behauiour of Charles Cardinal of Lorraine, and of his brethren, of the house of Guise. Written in French by Francis de L'isle.
Fullwood, Francis, d. 1693. / [1681] Leges Angliæ, The lawfulness of ecclesiastical jurisdiction in the Church of England asserted and vindicated in answer to Mr. Hickeringill's late pamphlet stiled, Naked truth, the 2d part by Fran. Fullwood ...
A. G. / [1658 i.e. 1657] Legis fluvius or, The fountain of the law opened. Shewing the manner method, and forms of proceedings, and pleas on all actions and informations, grounded on all the new and old penal statutes; and the statute it self quoted, upon which every action depends. With presidents for the most usual indictmens : [sic] applicable to all courts of record. Being useful for all atturneys, clerks, and informers. / By A.G.
Chamberlen, Peter, 1601-1683. / [1659] Legislative povver in problemes [sic], published for the information of all those who have continually adhered to the good cause: and for the reformation of those who had embraced the bad cause. By Peter Chamberlin Docter in Physick.
Aspinwall, William, fl. 1648-1662. / [1656] The legislative povver is Christ's peculiar prerogative. Proved from the 9th of Isaiah, vers. 6.7. / By W.A.
Mainwaring, Thomas, Sir, 1623-1689. / [1679] The legitimacy of Amicia, daughter of Hvgh Cyvelick, Earl of Chester, clearly proved with full answers to all objections that have at any time been made against the same / by Sir Thomas Mainwaring ...
[1641] Leicestor's commonvvealth fully epitomized conceived, spoken, and published, with most earnest protestation of all dutifull good-will and affection towards this realme, for whose good onely it is made common to many : contracted in a most briefe, exact, and compendious way, with the full sense and whole meaning of the former booke, every fragment of sence being interposed : with a pleasant description of the first originall of the controversies betwixt the two houses of York, and Lancaster.
Barbon, John. / [1663] Leitourgia theiotera ergia, or, Liturgie a most divine service in answer to a late pamphlet stiled, Common-prayer-book no divine service : wherein that authors XXVII reasons against liturgies are wholly and clean taken away, his LXIX objections against our most venerable service-book are fully satisfied : as also his XII arguments against bishops are clearly answered ... so that this tract may well passe for a replie to the most of the great and little exceptions any where made to our liturgie and politie ... / by John Barbon ...
Philo-Carolus, Philo-Jesus. / [1672] Lemmata meditationum, or, The contents of a few religious meditations given as directive and incentive to that invaluable duty / by Philo-Jesus Philo-Carolus.
City of London (England). Court of Common Council. / [1609] The length of a colliers sacke, one yard and a halfe
Herne, John, fl. 1644. / [1659] Lent, 1638 the learned reading of John Herne Esq., late of the Honourable Society of Lincolns-Inne, upon the Statute of 23 H. 8 cap. 3 concerning commissions of sewers / translated out of the French manusctipt [sic].
Seppens, Robert. / [1679] A Lent-sermon preached in the cathedral church at Norwich upon a Shrove Svnday by Robert Seppens ...
Clark, Samuel, 1626-1701. / [1700] A Lent-sermon preached at the Cathedral Church of St. Paul, March 3, 1699/1700 before the Right Honourable the Ld. Mayor and Aldermen of the city of London / by Sam. Clerke ...
Ballamie, Richard. / [1657] The leper clensed, or, The reduction of an erring Christian being a narrative of Richard Ballamie of Tiverton, his falling off to Anabaptism, and of his returning to the truth : with the causes and occasions of both : wherein he is not onely cleared from the Anabaptists unjust excomunicating of him for leaving them, but their unchristian waies and wildes to deceive are also laid upen / by him published to caution young ignorant Christians against the error of that way.
Worden, Thomas. / [1695?] The leper, and the leper's house, cleansed being, an exposition upon some part of the XIVth chapter of Leviticus; the mystery of which is explained and applied to the state and condition of a sinner's becoming a saint. With profitable uses and applications. As also, what chapter may be applied to, as to the cleansing or destroying of any particular church of Christ, in and under the time of the gospel. Divided into ten parts. Written for the information of those which seldom concern themselves about the types and shadows of the Old Testament: very useful for all people. By Thomas Worden, author of, The types unvailed.
Collinges, John, 1623-1690. / [1649] A lesson of self-deniall, or, The true way to desirable beauty by John Collings ...
Rosseter, Philip, 1567 or 8-1623. / [1609] [Lessons for consort] [made by sundry excellent authors, and set to sixe severall instruments, namely, the treble lute, treble violl, base violl, bandora, citterne, and the flute ; now newly set forth by Philip Rosseter].
[1659] Let me speake too? or, Eleven queries humbly proposed to the officers of the army concerning the late alteration of government
[1602] Let quilibet beware of quodlibet.
Church of England. / [1558] The letanie and suffrages
[1682] A letany for S. Omers, part II. From the same hand, and to the same tune.
Lister, Martin, 1638?-1712. / [1682] A letany for St. Omers
Ley, John, 1583-1662. / [1641] A letter (against the erection of an altar) written Iune 29, 1635 to the Reverend Father Iohn L. Bishop of Chester / by Iohn Ley ...
Brisset, Georges. / [1616] A letter apologeticall of George Brisse Lord of Desgrutieres wherein are set downe the reasons that moued him to turne to the reformed. / Written to Monsieur Touraine, Aduocate in the Court of Parliament of Bretany. A worke very profitable for those to reade that desire to know the grounds of their religion. Translated out of French.
Somers, John Somers, Baron, 1651-1716. / [1697] A letter ballancing the necessity of keeping a land-force in times of peace, with the dangers that may follow on it
Carre, James. / [August. 5. 1644] A letter by the Lord Generals direction, from Collonel Carre governour of Plimouth, to the Lord Admirall. Allo [sic], good news from Ireland, of Inchiqvins declaring himself against the rebels, and 14000 Scots marched towards them, and other passages from thence. And, Hastings forces routed in Derbyshire; 1.Sergeant Major, and 1.Captain slain. 30. other commanders and common men slain also. 140, taken prisoners whereof 80. at Egington. Many wounded. And 60. horse taken, besides armes. Printed according to order. August. 5.
T. S. / [1650] A letter concerning confession and absolution:: written to a friend som yeers since. And now proposed to the consideration of the gathered churches in London. Imprimatur, John Downame.
J. R. / [1649] [A letter concerning events at Oxford]
Woods, Thomas, refiner. / [1695] A letter concerning the coin
Jenks, Silvester, 1656?-1714. / [1686] A letter concerning the Council of Trent.
[1690] A Letter concerning the disabling clauses lately offered to the House of Commons, for regulating corporations.
[1661] A letter concerning the Iesuites
T. M. / [1665] A letter concerning the present state of physick, and the regulation of the practice of it in this kingdom written to a doctor here in London.
Thorndike, Herbert, 1598-1672. / [1656] A letter concerning the present state of religion amongst us
[1648] A letter concerning the souldiers and their orders about the commissioners sent from the Parliament, to treat with the Kings Majesty. And the souldiers resolutions, and intentions therin also a letter concerning the levying of 91 regiaments of horse and foot in Scotland. With a list of the Lords, and other collonels of the said regiaments. And the declaration of the Committee of Scotland.
Norton, Ralph, fl. 1645. / [Sept. 25. 1645] A letter concerning the storming and delivering up of the castle of the Devises: unto Lieutenant Generall Cromwell, for the service of the King and Parliament. Sent to Mr. Samuel Bedford, Scout-master Generall to the Committee of Both Kingdoms. Read in the House of Commons, and commanded to be printed, by William Lenthall Esq; Speaker to the said House.
W. H. / [1687] A letter concerning the test, and persecution for conscience to an honourable member of the House of Lords
Scotland. Privy Council. / [1697] Letter congratulatory from the Privy Council of Scotland to His Majesty upon the conclusion of the peace, and His Majesties safe return
Person of that nation. / [1661] A letter containing An humble and serious advice to some in Scotland in reference to their late troubles and calamities. By a person of that nation.
Walsh, Peter, 1618?-1688. / [1662?] A letter desiring a just and mercifull regard of the Roman Catholicks of Ireland given about the end of October, 1660, to the then Marquess, now Duke of Ormond and the second time Lord Lieutenant of that kingdom.
Walsh, Peter, 1618?-1688. / [1662?] A letter desiring a just and mercifull regard of the Roman Catholicks of Ireland,: given about the end of October 1660, to the then Marquess, now Duke of Ormond and the second time Lord Lieutenant of that kingdom.
Meredith, Edward, 1648-1689? / [1687] A letter desiring information of the conference at the D. of P. mention'd in the letter to Mr. G.
Scotland. Privy Council. / [1680] A letter directed from the council of Scotland, to the King.
Melfort, John Drummond, Earl of, 1649-1714. / [1700 i.e. 1701] A letter directed to the Right Honourable the Earl of Perth, governour to the Prince
R. S. / [1688?] A letter, Dunkirke, Novemb. 19th, 1688
L'Angle, Samuel de. / [1660] A letter farther and more fully evidencing the Kings stedfastnesse in the Protestant religion,: written by Mounsier de l'Angle minister of the Protestant church at Roven in France to a friend of his in London,
Long, Thomas, 1621-1707. / [MDCLXXXIX 1689] The letter for toleration decipher'd and the absurdity and impiety of an absolute toleration demonstrated by the judgment of Presbyterians, Independents, and by Mr. Calvin, Mr. Baxter, and the Parliament, 1662.
Penn, William, 1644-1718. / [1687] A letter form [sic] a gentleman in the country to his friends in London upon the subject at penal laws and texts
One that pities th'inscription upon th'Athenian altar. / [1675] A letter found in Utopia and from thence recommended by a very good hand to the perusal of the publisher wherein (among other things) a candid testimony to Mr. Sterryes learned and accurate Discourse of the freedom of the will lately printed : as also some reflections upon contending and disputing (as of late) about matters of religion : with a postscript to the reader, published to undeceive and quiet the minds of the people / by one that pities th'inscription upon th'Athenian altar.
[1689] A Letter from a bishop to a lord of his friends
[1659 i.e. 1660] A letter from a captain of the Army, to an honourable member of parliament. Dated at Tadcaster, January 2. 1659.
B. R. / [re-printed in the year, 1678] A letter from a Catholick gentleman to his Popish friends, now to be exil'd from London Dated, Nov. 6. 1678. Licensed, 1678.
Ro. Bl. / [1655] A letter from a Christian friend in the country to another in the city
[Printed in the year, 1700] A letter from a citizen of Glasgow to his friend at Edinburgh. Containing some modest animadversions on a late printed letter, concerning the affairs of that city.
J. W. / [1692?] A letter from a citizen of London to his friend in the country.:
T. P. / [1681] A letter from a citizen of Oxford, to a citizen of London concerning the dissolution of the Parliament.
Halifax, George Savile, Marquis of, 1633-1695. / [1688] A letter from a clergy-man in the city, to his friend in the country: containing his reasons for not reading the Declaration.
Minister of the Church of England. / [1688] A letter from a clergy-man in the country to the clergy-man in the city, author of a late letter to his friend in the country shewing the insufficiency of his reasons therein contained for not reading the declaration / by a Minister of the Church of England.
Clergy-man of the Church of England. / [1689] A letter from a clergy-man of the Church of England to an eminent divine pretending to be of the same church desiring his resolution and direction about a complyance with the present government, and especially about the alteration of the publick prayers.
P. D. / [printed in the year MDCLXXXV. 1685] A letter from a councellor at law to his client, about purchasing some lands in Shadwell.
T. T. / [1695?] A letter from a country gentleman to a member of the House of Commons
W. N. / [1692] A letter from a country gentleman to an eminent but easy citizen, who was unhappily misguided in the fatal election of Sir John Moore for Lord Mayor of London, at Michaelmas 1681.
[1684] A letter from a country minister to some neighbouring-clergy concerning the usual resort of his parishioners to other churches in contempt of their own.
N. N., fl. 1689. / [1689] A letter from a dissenter to his friend of the same perswasion being a perswasive to a coalition for the better establishment of the Protestant religion in England.
[1687] A Letter from a dissenter to the divines of the Church of England in order to a union
Gother, John, d. 1704. / [1687] A letter from a dissenter to the divines of the Church of England in order to an union.
[1688] A Letter from a dissenter to the petitioning bishops
[after 1743?] A letter from a freeholder in the county of Edinburgh, to his friend in Edinburgh.
A. B. / [1679] A letter from a friend in Abingdon, to a gentleman in London concerning the election of Burgesses for the ensuing Parliament.
[1681] A letter from a friend in London, to another at Salamanca.
[1643] A Letter from a friend in the countrey to a member in the Honovrable Hovse of Commons
T. S. / [1689?] A letter from a friend in the North to his friend in the West, concerning the electing of Parliament-men.
J. V., 17th cent. / [1680] A letter from a friend to a loyal subject where ever he is in England, Scotland, France or Ireland that is wise and faithful, valorous and couragious, for the great honour of God and our royal sovereign, Charles the Second, King of Great Britain / by J.V.
[1680] A letter from a friend to the wise and learned, in England, Scotland, France, and Ireland.
[Printed in the year, MDCLX. 1660] A letter from a friend, occasioned by the receipt of His Majesties most gracious expresses, and declaration.
[1682] A letter from a friend, to a person of quality in answer to A letter from a person of quality, to his friend; about abhorrers and addressers.
[1692?] A Letter from a general officer to a colonel, and several officers and soldiers under King James, now in the present service
J. S. / [1683] A letter from a gentleman at New-Market giving a full and true account of the dreadful fire that began there on Thursday, the 22d of this instant March, about nine of the clock in the evening.
[1699] A letter from a gentleman in America, to his friend in Scotland
[1694] A letter from a gentleman in Buckinghamshire near Water-Stratford. To his brother Mr. Thomas Pickfat at the Three Kings in White-cross-street, in London. Giving an account of the doctrine and ... the behaviour of Mr. Mason ... with the hymns they usually sing.
[printed in the year 1688] A letter from a gentleman in Exeter to his friend in London
Vandenberg, Abraham. / [1684] A letter from a gentleman in Germany, touching the discovery of a stange murder committed there, by a person of quality, upon a lustfull fryer: for endeavouring to corrupt his lady. Being a translation.
Marvell, Andrew, 1621-1678. / [1677] A letter from a gentleman in Ireland to his brother in England, relating to the concerns of Ireland in matter of trade
[1688] A letter from a gentleman in Ireland to his friend in London upon occasion of a pamphlet entituled a vindication of the present government of Ireland under His Excellency Richard Earl of Tyrconnel.
[Printed in the year 1677] A letter from a gentleman in the city to a gentleman in the country about the odiousness of persecution, occasioned by the late rigorous proceedings against sober dissenters, by certain angry justices in the country
N. N., Gentleman in the countrey. / [1679] A letter from a gentleman in the countrey to some of his friends at London shewing from the principles of the Jesuits that their protestations at their death is no argument of their innocency.
B. J. / [1696] A letter from a gentleman in the countrey, to a member of Parliament, about an Exchequer-Bank.
W. D. / [1698] A letter from a gentleman in the country to his friend at London concerning a conference between some clergy-men at West-dereham in Norfolk, and some Quakers, December the 8th, 1698.
[1679?] A Letter from a gentleman in the country to his friend in London occasioned by a prophesie that was lately found in the place of retirement of Father Lewis at Comb, in Hereford-Shire ...
[1682?] A Letter from a gentleman in the country to his friend in the city
Penn, William, 1644-1718. / [Printed in the year 1687] A letter from a gentleman in the country, to his friends in London, upon the subject of the penal laws and tests.
S. L., Gentleman of the Lord Ambassador Howard's retinue. / [1670] A Letter from a gentleman of the Lord Ambassador Howard's retinue, to his friend in London dated at Fez, Nov. 1, 1669 wherein he gives a full relation of the most remarkable passages in their voyage thither, and of the present state of the countries under the power of Taffaletta, emperour of Morocco : with a brief account of the merchandizing commodities of Africa : as also the manners and customs of the people there.
[Jan. 7. 1642 i.e. 1643] A letter from a gentleman of worth from Dublin in Ireland, to a friend in London.: Wherein is declared a famous victory obtained against the rebels in Ireland, very lately by Colonell Muncke. With other good service done by others in other places; also neer about Dublin, and in the pale.
[1698] A letter from a gentleman to an East-India merchant
T. R. / [Printed in the year, 1660] A letter from a gentleman to his friend in London in confutation of the scurrilous libell of an anonymus [sic] blackloist [sic], against the reverend and learned P.R. up the occasion of his Latine epistle of the clergie's obedience to the sea apostolick. With an inclosed to the libeller himself.
W. K. / [1700] A letter from a gentleman to his friend, on the treaty for dividing the Spanish monarchy, if the king of Spain should die without a son.
R. F. / [1668] A letter from a gentleman to the Honourable Ed. Howard, esq occasioned by a civiliz'd epistle of Mr. Dryden's, before his second edition of his Indian emperovr.
Grave gentleman once a member of this House of Commons. / [Printed in the yeare, 1643] A letter from a grave gentleman once a member of this House of Commons, to his friend, remaining a member of the same House in London.: Concerning his reasons why he left the House, and concerning the late treaty.
Nalson, John, 1638?-1686. / [1679] A letter from a Jesuit at Paris, to his correspondent in London shewing the most effectual way to ruine the government and Protestant religion.
Justice of peace. / [1670?] A letter from a justice of peace to a counsellor at law concerning conventicles, with the counsellors reply
Lawyer in the countrey. / [1689] A letter from a lawyer in the countrey to a member of Parliament, or, Indemnity the effect of vacancy
[Printed in the year MDCXCVIII. 1698] A letter from a lawyer of the Inner Temple, to his friend in the country, concerning the East-India stock, and the project of uniting the New and Old Companies.
Poole, Matthew, 1624-1679. / [1659] A letter from a London minister to the Lord Fleetwood
Kéroualle, Louise-Renée de, Duchess of Portsmouth and Aubigny, 1649-1734. / [1682] A letter from a matron of rank quality in Windsor to one of the same in Druery-lane
Member of the House of Commons. / [An. Dom. 1644] A letter from a Member of the House of Commons, to a gentleman now at London, touching the new Solemne League and Covenant.:
Verax, Philanax. / [1696] A letter from a member of the parliament of Scotland to his friend at London, concerning their late act, for establishing a company of that kingdom, tradeing to Africa and the Indies:
Member of the House of Commons. / [1689] A letter from a member of this House of Commons to his friend in the country.
[1690] A letter from a merchant at London to his correspondent in Amsterdam
[1700] A letter from a merchant in Scotland, to his correspondent in London. Relating to the duty upon Scotch-linnen.
Bowles, Edward, 1613-1662. / [April 20. 1643] A letter from a minister in His Excellence his army, to a brother of his in London, by way of prevention to Mercurius Aulicus and his complices. Dated from my lord generalls quarter before Reading. April 18. 1643.
N. L., Minister in the country. / [1689] A letter from a minister in the country, to a member of the convocation
[1688] A Letter from a minister of the Church of England to the pretended Baptist, author of the Three considerations, directed to Mr. Penn allowed to be published this 10th day of September, 1688.
A. B. / [1662?] A letter from a minister to a person of quality shewing some reasons for his nonconformity.
Noble-man of this kingdome. / [printed in the yeare, 1648] A letter from a noble-man of this kingdome, (now in armes for his King and countrey) to the Lord Say, seriously inviting him to his allegeance.:
Person in the countrey. / [1656] A letter from a person in the countrey to his friend in the city: giving his judgement upon a book entituled A healing question.:
Anglesey, Arthur Annesley, Earl of, 1614-1686. / [1681] A letter from a person of honour in the countrey written to the Earl of Castlehaven : being observations and reflections upon His Lordships memoires concerning the wars of Ireland.
Person of honour. / [M. DC. XLV. 1645; i.e. 1644] A letter from a person of honour, reconciling the dissenting brethren, (commonly called Independents) and the Presbyterians, in matter of judgement, about the setling of the church.: Sent to an eminent divine of the Assembly.
B. M. / [1647] A letter from a person of quality in the Parliaments army, in Munster in Ireland, to an honourable member of the House of Commons. With a particular relation of the taking in of the castle of Dromannagh, the castle, town, and garrison of Cappoquin, both lying on the Black-water: and the castle, towne, and port of Dungarvau [sic], being one of the rebels principall sea-towns in Munster, by the Parliaments forces under the command of the Lord Inchiquin, Lord President of Munster.
T. F. / [printed in the year, M DC LXXVI. 1676] A letter from a person of quality on board the William and Mary in the fare of Messina to a friend in London. Wherein is set forth the present state and condition of the said city. Also a true account of the French fleet now lying in the port of Messina. To which is added a brief discourse of the island of Sicilia concerning the several alterations of government and conquests made therein. With allowance.
B. S. / [15. Sept. 1646] A letter from a person of quality residing in Kinsale,: with an attestation of the officers of the Parliaments army in Munster, in vindication of the Lord of Inchiquin, Lord President of that province Also, another letter from Colonel William Jephson, relating the present state and condition of Ireland. Published by speciall command.
Person of quality. / [1681] A letter from a person of quality to his friend concerning His Majesties late declaration touching the reasons which moved him to dissolve the two last Parliaments at Westminster and Oxford.
Person of quality. / [1611 i.e. 1661] A letter from a person of quality, to a principal peer of the realm, now sitting in Parliament occasioned by the present debate upon the penal lawes.
[1693?] A Letter from a Presbyterian minister to a member of Parliament
Presbyterian of qualitie. / [Printed in the year, 1648] A letter from a Presbyterian of qualitie, to his friend in the country, concerning an engagement in this new vvarre.:
[1643] A Letter from a protestant in Ireland, to a member of the House of Commons in England.: Vpon occasion of the treaty in that kingdome.
C. D. / [1661] A letter from a Protestant of integrity to a principal peer of the realm now sitting in Parliament by way of animadversion on a letter from a person of quality to the same peer of the realm : occasioned by the present debate upon the penal laws.
[1689] A Letter from a Roman Catholick to one of his friends at Amsterdam written in French from Paris, Feb. 6, 1688/9 ; shewing how the French stand affected upon the revolution of affairs in England, since His present Majesties arrival there.
[Printed in the Yeare M.DC.XLII. 1642] A letter from a scholler in Oxford-shire to his unkle a merchant in Broadstreet upon occasion of a book intituled, A moderate and most proper reply to a declaration, printed and published under His Majesties name, Decemb. 8. intended against an ordinance of Parliament for assessing &c. / sent to the presse by the merchant, who confesseth himselfe converted by it.
I. E., fl. 1602. / [1602] A letter from a souldier of good place in Ireland, to his friend in London touching the notable victorie of her Maiesties forces there, against the Spaniards, and Irish rebels: and of the yeelding vp of Kynsale, and other places there held by the Spanyards.
[16--?] A letter from a stranger to a minister, clearly shewing by the unerring light of nature and scripture, not only what sin is and has done to angels and men, and why the one cannot, and how and by whom the other is delivered therefrom, and what is expected from 'em thereupon, and what return has been made for the same: but how antichristianism, by the brightness of our Lords coming, seems to be dwindling into nothing; mauger all opposition, of cunning selfish men. And that the great revolution (so much in expectation, and so assured to us by divine revelation) is near approaching; and what preceeds it, and will attend it, and how all are concern'd in it; and what they, but the clergy especially, are to do in order thereunto, to qualify and fit themselves for it. The secrets of the Lord are with them that fear him.
[1693] A Letter from a true Dutchman to his friend exhibiting the reasons why the confederates ought to refuse the peace, which is now offered to them by France.
[October 6. 1642] A letter from a worthy gentleman in Yorke-shire, to his friend a member of the honorable House of Commons Declaring 1. That the Parliament hath, and continually ought to use their zealous indeavours and heartie desires for a thorow reformation in Church and common wealth. 2. That the same meanes the prelates used ... and confounded their carnall wisdome. 3. That the Papists in England and Ireland by their own barbarous, savage and inhumane practises, ... will be the actors and authors of their own tragedies. 4. Shewing through the honourable houses of parliament be by many evill affected people scorned and derided, ... 5. The enemies of the Parliament and kingdome, are papists to root out religion the clergie for bishopricks and pluralities, ... 6. And lastly advise to the Parliament to go on with alacrity but not one foot but to God, to heavenly ends, divine rules, apparant truths, in the churches walkes, and then they shall not want the protection of the Almighty.
R. R., Worthy gentleman in York-shire. / [October 10. 1642] A letter from a worthy gentleman in Yorke-shire, to his friend a member of the Honorable House of Commons.: Declaring 1. That the Parliament hath, and continually ought to use their zealous indeavours and heartie desires, for a thorow reformation in church and commonwealth. 2. That the same meanes the prelates used to advance themselves to pettie deities, and to bury the honor of religion in the grave of oblivion, hath now removed the stones that pressed down truth and piety, and confounded their carnall wisdome. 3. That the papists in England and Ireland by their own barbarous, savage and inhumane practises, as a just requitall of their villanies, will be the actors and authours of their own tragedies. 4. Shewing though the honourable houses of parliament be by many evill affected people scorned and derided; yet they ought to goe on chearfully in the establishment of the true religion, and suffer patiently, after the example of Christ &c. 5. The enemies of the Parliament and kingdome, are papists to root out religion the clergie for Bishopricks and pluralities, cloaked delinquents that study day and night to make currant their counterfeit conditions. 6. And lastly advise to the Parliament to go on with alacrity but not one foot but to God, to heavenly ends, divine rules, apparant truths, in the churches walkes, and then they shall not want the protection of the Almighty.
Tromp, Maarten Harpertsz., 1598-1653. / [1653] A letter from Admiral Vantrump to the lords and burgamasters of Amsterdam,: touching his late engagement with the English, and the account he renders to them thereof: with the states orders for the building of 60 new frigots; and the levying of the two hundreth penny throughout all Holland, for the maintaining of the war with England. Also, their new orders and instructions to Admiral De Witte, and the Admiralties, requiring them to put out to sea all the ships that are in their harbours. Likewise, the proceedings of the King of Denmark with the English resident; and a list of the ships of war set out to sea by him: with his orders for unlading the English ships detained there, and his design therein. Together with a narrative of the proceedings of the English at Legorn; a fight betwixt them and the Dutch near that place, and the event and successe thereof. Published according to order.
[1650] A letter from Amsterdam conteining the full relation of the proceedings of the Prince of Orange against that city, and the transactions betwixt him, and the citizens, their opening of the sluces to drown the said city, with severall other passages thereupon, and the copy of the Prince of Orange his letter the magistrates of the city. With an exact relation of the five days seige or blocking up, of Amsterdam by the Prince of Orange, and Grave William of Nassaw. Together with a particular discovery of the whole design and opening the sluces to let in the sea, which hath overflown great part of the land.
[1678] A Letter from Amsterdam to a friend in England
A Letter from Amsterdam to a friend in Paris
[1684] A letter from Amsterdam to M.C. in London Discovering the taking of Sr. Thomas Armstrong with the narrow escape of my Lord Gray and Mr. Eerguson at Leyden in Holland.
[1689] A Letter from an absent lord to one of his friends in the convention
Felix, Jozef. / [Printed in the year, 1661] A letter from an anti-hierarchical divine in the countrey, to a member of the House of Commons.: Concerning the bishops being restored to their votes in Parliament.
Morley, Henry, fl. 1660. / [printed in the year, 1660] A letter from an anti-phanatique to the most illustrious and truly vertuous lady, the Lady Monk. By a true lover of his country.
Skutt, George. / [Printed in the yeare, 1648] A letter from an ejected Member of the House of Commons, to Sir Jo: Evelyn:: shewing, the constitution of that councell, and the influence it hath had on the present times, with a judgement of future events.
[in the year, 1683] A Letter from an eminent merchant in Constantinople to a friend in London giving an exact relation of the great and glorious cavalcade of Sultan Mahomet the fourth, present emperour of the Turks, as he marched out of Constantinople, for the invasion of Christendome, and the siege of Vienna.
[1682] A Letter from an eminent merchant in Ostend containing an account of a strange and monstrous birth hapned there : a woman being brought to bed of two children which are joined together by the crowns of their heads : he being an eye-witness thereof.
[1660] A letter from an eminent person in Gloucester, to a friend in London: Dated April 2. 1660. Giving an account of the late passages there, in reference to Maior Gen. Massey.
Eminent person in the northerne army. / [1648] A letter from an eminent person in the northerne army:: how Sunday night, March 5. 1647. a party of horse and foot came to the wals of Carlile, and having ladders, entred the castle, broke open the gaole, wounded the governour, let out the prisoners, and retreated into Scotland. With the proceedings of the Parliament in Scotland. Also a letter concerning the Lord Inchequin March 13. 1647. Imprimatur Gil. Mabbot.
G. M. / [1688] A letter from an English merchant in London, to his Dutch correspondant in Amsterdam, about publick affairs
[1690] A letter from an English officer in His Majesty's Army in Ireland. Giving a true account of the progress of affairs in that kingdom: together with what past at the surrender of Waterford and Duncannon. And of his Majesties march towards Limmerick. Dated July 29. 1690.
I. B. / [Printed in the yeere, 1647] A letter from an honourable gentleman in the court, certifying the examination of Mr. Iohn Cheisly Esquire, Secretary to the Commissioners of Scotland,: who was taken and stayd at Newcastle, with his answer to the many interrogatories put unto him by the governour and major thereof, concerning Major-generall Massies going into Scotland, to rayse an army: and the Scots preparations to invade this kingdome. With some other advertisements concerning peace. Together with the certainty of the safe landing of Sir William Waller, Mr. Anthony Nicols, and other impeached members, at the Brill in Holland.
W. J. / [1682] A letter from an ignoramus to his correspondent, December 6th, 1682
W. L. / [1680?] A letter from an impartial hater of the papists to a friend
[1645] A Letter from an Independent to his honoured friend, a Presbyterian in London
[MDCLXXXIX 1689] A Letter from an officer belonging to the ordnance on board the fleet lying in the bay before the Isle of Man giving an account of the Duke of Schomberg's arrival and landing of the forces under his command at Carrick Fergus in Ireland.
Heylyn, Peter, 1600-1662. / [Printed in the yeare, 1643] A letter from an officer in His Majesties army, to a gentleman in Glocester-shire.: Upon occasion of certain querees scattered about that country.
[August 26, 1647] A letter from an officer of quallitie of the Parliaments army in Munster to an honourable member of the House of Commons wherein is shewed the late further great victories God hath given to the Lord Inchiqvin against the rebells in that province.
[1659] A Letter from Barwick, the head quarters of the army, under the conduct of General Monck ... shewing their condition and resolution, and the necessity of the present Parliaments restitution : to a merchant in London.
Tosier, John. / [1679] A letter from Captain John Tosier, commander of His Majesties ship the Hunter at Jamaica with a narrative of his embassy and command in that frigat to the captain general and governour of Havannah, to demand His Majesty of Great Brittains subjects kept prisoners there ... : as also, the miraculous preservation of fifteen English His Majesties subjects, cast away and remaining eighteen days in a long boat at sea in a sad condition, taken up by the said Captain John Tosier.
Jones, Captain. / [Anno Domini. 1644] A letter from Captain Jones,: to a worthy friend of his dwelling in Bartholmew Lane. Being a more full and an exacter relation of the particular proceedings of Sir William VVallers armie, then any that hath yet been published. With a list of the chiefe commanders that were slain and taken prisoners VVith a true relation of the taking of VVinchester by the Parlioments [sic] forces.
Swanley, Richard, d. 1650. / [1645] A letter from Captaine Richard Svvanley, to the Right Honourable, the Earl of Warwick.: Being a full relation of the taking of the towne and castle of Cardigan in Wales, by Major Generall Laugharne, with above an hundred commanders and common souldiers, and all the arms and ammunition therein. Also the taking of the Irish commissioners at sea (that were going from the King in to Ireland) by Capt. Coachman, who are to be sent up to the Parliament; a list of whose names are here inserted. Published by Authority.
[1682] A Letter from Colchester to the disperst bretheren of the late intended Whig feast proving that Presbytery is inconsistent with monarchy.
Poyntz, Sydenham. / [Sept. 30. 1645] A letter from Colonell Generall Poynts, to the Honourable William Lenthall Speaker of the House of Commons:: concerning Sir Tho. Glenham, Colonell Gerard, [brace] and [brace] Sir Marmaduke Langdale, in the last fight neere Chester. With a perfect narration of Colonell Parsons of the said proceedings: and the number of horse and men taken in the pursuit, and which way His Majesty is fled. Die Lune, 29 Septemb. 1645. Ordered by the Lords assembled in Parliament that Col. Gen. Poynts his letter, with Colonell Parsons relation be forthwith printed and published. J. Brown Cler. Parliamentorum.
Payne, George, colonel. / [1645. i.e. 1646] A letter from Colonell Pane Governour of Abbington, to Major Generall Browne:: concerning the gaining of Abbington by the enemy, and its recovery by our forces. Withall the severall passages in the taking and retaking of the same. With an other letter from an officer of the said gerrison [sic] to a worthy friend. Commanded to be forthwith printed and published.
[1683] A letter from Count Teckely to the Salamanca doctor, giving an account of the siege of Vienna, and the state of the Ottoman army.
Bray, Thomas, 1658-1730. / [1700?] A letter from Dr. Bray, to such as have contributed towards the propagating Christian knowledge in the plantations.
Payne, William, 1650-1696. / [1696] A letter from Dr. P. to the Bishop of R--- in vindication of his sermon on Trinity Sunday.
[1690] A Letter from Dublin in Ireland containing a remarkable discovery of a horrid design of the papists to destroy that city by fire : discovered to the lord justices : together with their lordships proclamation for commanding all papists to depart ten miles out of the city : with other remarkable occurrences relating to that kingdom.
[1689] A letter from Duke Schomberge's camp, giving an account of the condition of the English and Irish army, and a true account of all the papists in Ireland their number and estates, with reasons for declaring them forfeited, and the several parties amongst them with all the material circumstances that relate to that kingdom : from the camp at Dundalke, November 4, 1689.
T. D. / [1682] A letter from Edenbrough giving an account of the behaviour of three notorious traytors who were there executed, March 11, 1681 [i.e. 1682] : also the last speech of William Gogar, (the most notorious traytor) at the place of executions.
[1690] A letter from Edinburgh to one in London, &c.
J. S. / [Printed in the yeare 1648] A letter from Edinburgh, concerning the difference of the proceedings of the well-affected in Scotland from the proceedings of the Army in England.:
[1643] A letter from Edinburgh, November 30. 1643. Giving full satisfaction to all men why the Scotish army is not yet advanced into England:
Albemarle, George Monck, Duke of, 1608-1670. / [1660] A letter from Gen. Monck to King Charls son of the late King Charls of England deceased together with King Charls his answer thereunto.
[1652] A letter from General Blakes fleet with the particulars of the great and bloody fight with the Dutch, neer Goodwin Sands, on Tuesday night last. And the pursuit of the Hollanders by the English then and since. Also the particulars of the losse on both sides.
Ludlow, Edmund, fl. 1691-1692. / [1692] A letter from General Ludlow to Dr. Hollingworth ... defending his former letter to Sir E.S. [i.e. Edward Seymour] which compared the tyranny of the first four years of King Charles the Martyr, with the tyranny of the four years of the late abdicated king, and vindicating the Parliament which began in Novemb. 1640 : occasioned by the lies and scandals of many bad men of this age.
Albemarle, George Monck, Duke of, 1608-1670. / [printed, an. Dom. 1659] A letter from General Monck from Dalkeith, 13 October 1659. Directed as followeth. For the Right Honorable William Lenthal, Esquire, Speaker; to be communicated to the Parliament of the Common-wealth of England, at Westminster.
[1644] A letter from Generall Leven, the Lord Fairfax, and the Earl of Manchester, to the committee of both kingdoms, and by them communicated to the Parliament concerning the great victory it hath pleased God to give them over the forces under the command of Prince Rupert and the Marquesse of Newcastle, at Marston-Moor, near York, July the second, 1644 / signed thus, Leven, Lindsey, F. Fairfax, Tho. Hatcher, Manchester ; expressing also what number of the enemy are slain, what number taken prisoners, and what ordnance, arms and ammunition the enemy lost ; also an order of the Commons assembled in Parliament, for Thursday the 18 of this present July, for a day of publike thanksgiving throughout the whole kingdom ...
Albemarle, George Monck, Duke of, 1608-1670. / [1659] A letter from Generall Monck, November the 12th directed and delivered to the Lord Maior, Court of Aldermen and Common-Council of the city of London, inviting them and all true English-men to give him assistance in his cordial uudertakings [sic] for the redemption of the liberties of the people of England.
A letter from Hampton-Court containing the substance of His Majesties most gracious answer to the propositions presented to him from both kingdomes. With twelve proposals from his Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax, and the Councell of his Army. Concerning the Kings Majesty, and his friends that have adhered to him, which His Majesty doth better approve to treat of. And His Majesties propositions to the Parliament therein.
[MDCXLVIII. 1648] A letter from Hampton-Court: of 600 horse and foot risen for the King at Hounslow-Heath, and Hare-warren. The duke of Buckingham with them. And the Lord Francis, the Duke of Richmond, The Lord Peter-borough, and divers lords, gentlemen, and officers of the Kings old souldiers, and their designe to take Lambeth House, and plant ordnance against the Parliament, and to surprize the Committee at Derby-House. And to raise the seige, or relieve Colchester with 2000 horse and foot.
W. C. / [August 27. 1646] A letter from His Excellencies quarters,: of a discovery in Sir Thomas Fairfax his army, the enemies thereof; and a further resolution of the Officers and souldiers for the better peace and safety of the kingdome. With a conference between His Excellency, and the Marquesse of VVorcester. Also, a full relation of all the whole proceedings at Ragland Castle; and a perfect list of the names of the colonels, majors, captains, lieutenants, and other officers therein, viz. the Marquesse of Worcester, the Lord Charles, the Countesse of Glamorgan, the Lady Iones, Sir Philip Iones, Doctor Bayley, Commissary Gwillam, ... Printed by the originall copies, and published according to order of Parliament.
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1612-1671. / [November 22. 1647] A letter from His Excellency Sir Tho: Fairfax, to the Lord Major, aldermen and Common-Councel of the city of London, from Kingston, Novemb. 19. 1647. To acquaint them with His Excellencies sending Col: Hewson with one thousand foot soldiers to quarter in the city, and the grounds thereof. Nov. 20. 1647. Imprimatur Gilbert Mabbot.
England and Wales. Army. / [Iuly 1. 1647] A letter from His Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax, and a Councel of VVar at Vxbridge, June 29. 1647.: To be communicated to both Houses of Parliament, and the Lord Major, Aldermen and Common-Councel of the City of London, of the armies drawing farther back from the City of London, and the head-quarters that night at Wickam; in answer to the votes of both Houses. With a perfect copy of the votes; and the names of the Councel of War. By the appointment of His Excellency Sir Tho: Fairfax, and the Councel of War. Uxbridge, June 29. 1647. Signed John Rushworth.
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1612-1671. / [July 5. 1547, i.e. 1647] A letter from His Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax, in answer to the petition of the eleven members, and the votes of the House, for bringing in a particular charge against them. An order by His Excellency, for appointing a committee of the army to hold a treaty with the commissioners of Parliament. And a proclamation by His Excellency, forbidding any abuse or obstruction to the levying the excize or other assessments. By the appointment of his Excellency Sir Tho: Fairfax, and the Councel of war. Wickam, July 1. 1647. Signed John Rushworth.
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1612-1671. / [1647] A letter from his Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax, sent to both Houses of Parliament June the 6. concerning the Kings being brought from Holmby towards the Army with all the perticulers about the same. Wherein is set forth to all the world the cleare and candid intentions of his Excellency and the whole Army, for the good of the Parliament and kingdome, in their restlesse endeavours, for a sure and lasting true peace. Published to silence the many false reports already raised, and to prevent the like for the future,
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1612-1671. / [1647] A letter from His Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax, to Mr. Speaker; concerning a randezvouz of the army, for the quieting of all distempers therein, and recovering the antient discipline thereof. With the desires and proposals of the Generall Councell of the Army, for the easing the countrey, and taking off free quarter. By the appointment of the Generall Councell of the army. Signed Wil. Clarke.
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1612-1671. / [1647] A letter from His Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax, to Mr. Speaker;: concerning, the forces of the Northern Association, and Nottinghamshire Horse joyning with the Army. With their severall declarations and representations. Also, two petitions from the Nottinghamshire Horse; the one to both Houses of Parliament; the other, to His Excellencie Sir Thomas Fairfax.
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1612-1671. / [Aug. 26. 1647] A letter from His Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax, to the Honoble William Lenthal Esq; Speaker of the Honorable House of Commons, conceraing [sic] the abuses and injuries done to certain godly ministers placed in livings by authority of Parliament. Together with an ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, for preventing the like for the future. Ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that this letter and ordinance be forthwith printed and published: H: Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1612-1671. / [2 Septemb. 1648] A letter from his Excellency the Lord Fairfax Generall of the Parliaments forces: concerning the surrender of Colchester, the grounds and reasons of putting to death Sir Charles Lucas and Sir George Lysle; with the articles and explanation of the same. Together with a list of all the prisoners taken, their numbers and qualities therein exprest. Read in the House of Peeres upon the 31 of Aug. 1648. And commanded to be printed and published.
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1612-1671. / [1648] A letter from His Excellency the Lord Fairfax to the House of Peers,: upon Munday being the fifth of June, 1648. concerning all the proceedings in Kent : with severall papers found in the pockets of some that are now taken prisoners, discovering the whole designe, and the manner how it should have been put in execution. Die Lunæ, 5 Junii, 1648. Ordered by the Lords in Parliament assembled, that the Lord Generalls letter, with the papers, be forthwith printed and published. Jo. Brown, cler. Parliamentorum.
Hornes, Willem Adriaan, graaf van, d. 1694. / [1674] A letter from His Excellency, the Heer van Horne to the high and mighty lords, the States Generall of the United Provinces, from on board the Hollandia sailing off of Nermontier wherein is given a true accomtp [sic] of the actions of the Dutch fleet upon the coasts of France, as also of their landing in diverse places on the said coasts / faithfully translated out of the Dutch copy.
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.
Cromwell, Oliver, 1599-1658. / [1655] A letter from his highnesse the lord protector, sent to the north of England, touching loose and idle persons, and such as come from abroad to kindle fire in England, as also for the country to act according to law. VVith a list of the prisoners at Salisbury, and Excester, condemned to dye. And another list of the prisoners at Excester that were not tryed.
[1689] A letter from His Holiness the Pope of Rome, to His Highness the Prince of Orange containing several proposals and overtures of agreement betwixt the Church of England, and the Church of Rome / translated out of Latin, for the benefit of all true Protestants.
[1682] A Letter from His Holiness the Pope, to the most illustrious Protestant prince, James Duke of Monmouth
[MDCXLVIII. 1648] A letter from His Majesties court in the Isle of VVight: wherein is declared, the Kings Majesties late resolution touching Colonell Hammond, and the manner how he should have beene conveyed from Carisbrook Castle to the Kentish army. With his Majesties propositions touching the same, and three thousand pounds proffered to three souldiers for the performance thereof. Also, a great fight neer Canterbury in Kent, divers slain, and one of the Kings Colonels, with 30. of his men taken taken [sic] prisoners. And another fight neer Rochester. with the number slain and taken. Likewise, the Kentish-mens propositions to the Lord Generall, with his Excellencies answer, and the armies advance towards Rochester.
England and Wales. Sovereign (1689-1694 : William and Mary) / [in the year, 1689] A letter from His Majesty the King of England, to the meeting of the Estates in Scotland
Corbet, Roger. / [May 21. 1647] A letter from His Majetties [sic] court at Holmbie. With advertisement of propositions from the King to the Parliament; in answer to the propositions for peace. With His Majesties consent to have the Presbyterian government setled for three yeares. And other particulars concerning the Queenes letter to His Majestie.
Witt, Cornelis de, 1623-1672. / [1688] A letter from Holland touching liberty of conscience
[1650 i.e. 1651] A letter from Holland, relating the designes of the Scotch Presbyter, together with the usage of their king, being an epitome of Mercurius Scoticus, lately printed at Rotterdam, 1650.
[Printed in the year, 1648. Octob.12] A letter from Holland: being a true relation of all the proceedings of the Northern armies.: Under the command of Duke Hamilton, the Earl of Lendrick, the Lord Calander, Monroe, Sir Marmaduke Langdale, Sir Thomas Tilsley. And the rest of the English in the Northern Parts. Sent from a gentleman in Holland, to his friend here in England: which hath set down all the passages of the armies. Sept.23.
J. B. / [1679?] A letter from J.B. alias Oldcutt to his friend Mr. Jenks.
Jack the Cobler. / [1680?] A letter from Jack the cobler to any body
[1648] A letter from Kent of the rising at Rochester the magazine surprised, with 1000 armes, 100 piece of ordnance, two guns planted at the bridge, 50 ships in the river; and of the treaty with them. Also the declaration of a young man that calls himself Prince Charles, and the comming in of divers to kisse his hand. With a declaration of other passages from the county of Kent. May. 22. 1648. Imprimatur Gilb. Mabbott.
W. M. / [1691] A letter from Leghorn March the twenty foureh [sic], 1690/1 from on board the Brittania
A Letter from Legorn, Decem. 1, 1679
[1689-90] A letter from Lewis the Great to James the Less, his lieutenant in Ireland with reflections by way of answer to the said letter, or serious comtemplations at an unseasonable time.
Knight, R., Lieutenant Colonel. / [Printed in the year, 1647. July 22. 1647] A letter from Lieutenant Colonel Knight in the province of Munster in Ireland,: setting forth the extraordinary wants of the soldiery; and the carriage of the army since the Lord Lisle's coming thence.
[1682] A letter from Lucifer to his Roman agents N.T., W.P., J.F., & R.L., Sir Edmond-bury Godfrey's back-friends
Hasclock, John. / [1650] A letter from Lysbone,: directed to Captain Thomas Harrison: wherein is contained a brief relation of the several transactions between the Parliaments fleet, and Prince Ruperts, both lying in the river of Lysbone. Also the King of Portugals congratulation with the States General. Together with a list of the several vessels and commanders of each fleet.
Tyrconnel, Richard Talbot, Earl of, 1630-1691. / [1690] A letter from Monsieur Tyrconnel from Limerick in Ireland to the late Queen at St. Germans in France
Deane, John, shipbuilder. / [1699] A letter from Moscow to the Marquess of Carmarthen relating to the Czar of Muscovy's forwardness in his great Navy, &c. since his return home. Publish'd by His Lordship's permission.
Pitt, Moses, fl. 1654-1696. / [1695] A letter from Moses Pitt, to the authour of a book, intituled, some discourses upon Dr. Burnet, now Ld. Bp. of Salisbury and Dr. Tillotson, late Ld. A.B. of Canterbury occasioned by the late funeral sermon of the former upon the latter.
Shields, Alexander, 1660?-1700. / [1694?] A letter from Mr Alexander Sheilds, minister to the regiment whereof the late noble Earl of Angus was colonel, now in Flanders: directed to the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, which was to have met at Edinburgh in December 1693.
Crashaw, Richard, 1613?-1649. / [1653] A letter from Mr. Crashaw to the Countess of Denbigh,: against irresolution and delay in matters of religion.
Cargill, Donald, 1619?-1681. / [1691] A letter from Mr. Donald Cargill to his paroch of the Baronny Kirk in Glasgow. March the 27th 1681.
Johnston, Robert, one of the elders of Edenborough. / [1642] A letter from Mr. Robert Iohnston, one of the Elders at Edenborough, directed to Master VVilliam Agard in Cambridge: with a petition of the English there inclosed, to the Kings most excellent Majesty. Also Master Agards letter to his friend in London, coneteyning [sic] matters of great moment, tending to the pacification of the miserable distractions of these present times.
White, Samuel, ca. 1650-1689. / [1687] A letter from Mr. Samuel White, to his brother in London, dated in Siam, Sept. 20, 1686 giving a full account of the late rebellion made by the people of Macasser, inhabiting in that country, which ended with the death of all the rebells, who were totally destroy'd by the kings forces assisted by some Europeans of several nations, amongst whom Capt. Henry Udall and some others of our countrymen most unhappily lost their lives.
Howard of Escrick, William Howard, Baron, 1626?-1694. / [1681] A letter from my Lord Howard of Escrick, to his friend together with his protestation, at his receiving the blessed Communion in the Tower, on July the third, 1681.
N. J. / [1690] A letter from N.J. to E.T. Esq., his representative in Parliament
E. N. / [Anno Dom. 1646] A letter from New-Castle, containing the substance of severall speeches made by his Majesty, and by Duke Hammilton, the Earle of Lennerick, and the Earle of Calender: with divers passages of their proceedings for the setling of both kingdoms, and disposing of his Majesty. Septemb. 14. 1646. Examined by the originall papers, and printed and published according to order, and for generall satisfaction.
J. W. / [1682] A letter from New-England concerning their customs, manners, and religion written upon occasion of a report about a quo warranto brought against that government.
Sitrauk, W. / [anno Dom. 1647] A letter from Newcastle of the Commissioners their message delivered to the King;: and their debates with the Scots Commissioners. And how the Scots have quit the city and garrison of Durham; and the garrisons of Hartlepoole and Stockton, and Major General Skippon possessed thereof, on Tuesday last, Jan. 26. 1646. Also, a letter delivered from the Parliament of Scotland to the King; in answer to His Majesties two quæres. Appointed to be printed and published, according to order of Parliament, Feb. 1. 1646.
Humbie, A. / [Octob. 26. 1644] A letter from Newcastle, to the Right Honourable the Lord High Chancellour of Scotland, and the rest of the Scotish Commissioners at London.: Containing a relation of the taking of the town of Newcastle by storm. Dated the 19 of October, 1644. Published by authority.
No body in the city. / [1679] A letter from No Body in the city, to No Body in the countrey published at the importunity of No Body.
[Printed in the Year, 1660] A Letter from no far countrey being a judgement upon the present posture of affairs in England &c. : written to, and made publike at the request of a worthy person elected to serve in the approaching parliament, as worth the serious consideration of his fellow members.
Billing, R. / [1689] A letter from on board Major General Kirke giving a full account of the posture of affairs of London-Derry and their resolution to hold out that garrison for the service of King William and Queen Mary : with a list of the Irish forces, the officers slain, and the prisoners taken.
J. L. / [1689] A letter from on board Their Majesties fleet near Ushant, July the twentieth, 1689 giving an account of the good condition of it, and of the taking of some French ships with letters from Ireland.
Ireneus Aletheian. / [1700?] A letter from one in the country, concerning some of the present differences
[1700] A letter from one in the country, to a member of Parliament, intreating this session, may take to their consideration, the lamentable condition of the poor.
W. L. / [1660] A letter from one of the persons under censure of Parliament,: written upon the publishing of his Majesties late speech in the Vpper-House, with an answer thereunto.
A. W. / [1643] A letter from one of the trained-bands now in the armie vnder the red and vvhite regiment to his vvife in London sent from Farnham-Castle, Novemb. 2, 1643.
[in the year, 1681] A letter from Paris, from Sir George Wakeman, to his friend Sir W.S. in London.
[Novemb. 4. 1643] A Letter from Plymouth concerning the late occurrances and affaires of that place. Directed to Captaine Ioseph Vaughan in London, and received Novemb. 2. 1643.
Innocent XII, Pope, 1615-1700. / [1692] A letter from Pope Innocent the XII to the emperour,: wherein he indeavours to perswade him to a peace; with His Imperial Majesties answer. : To which is subjoyned the resolutions of the confederates in the present conjuncture. / Done out of French.
Innocent XII, Pope, 1615-1700. / [1691?] A letter from Pope Innocent XII to the emperour: wherein he indeavours to perswade him to a peace : with his Imperial Majesties answer : to which is subjoyned the resolutions of the confederates in the present conjuncture / done out of French.
Roane, Doctor. / [Printed in this happy yeare, 1641] A letter from Rhoan in France: written by Doctor Roane one of the doctors of the late sicke Commons, to his fellow doctor of civill law. Dated 28, of Iune last past. With an ellegy written by his owne hand upon the death and buriall of the said doctors Commons.
[1681] A Letter from Rochel in France to Mr. Demeuare, one of the French ministers at the French church in the Savoy, shewing the intolerable persecutions that are there exercised against them.
T. W. / [1679] A letter from Rome to a friend in London in relation to the Jesuits executed, and those that are to be executed in the countryes ...
[1689] A letter from Rome written by a Roman Catholick there, to a person of quality in England; giving a full account of a memorial presented to the Pope, in relation to the late King James's affairs with the Popes answer, or, (rather) denyal thereto. Licensed, July 2d: 1689.
[1/2 March. 1650 i.e. 1651] A letter from Rotterdam, touching the Scotch affaires, since November, 1650.
[1692] A letter from Scotland giving a true relation of the present posture of affairs in that kingdom, in reference to the expected invasion from France; : and particularly, the care that was taken to prevent the Castle of Edinburgh from being betrayed. : Together with two proclamations, the one against ministers not praying for Their Majesties King William and Queen Mary. : The other for a solemn national monthly-fast : licensed May the 7th, J.F. 1692.
[1682] A letter from Scotland with observations upon the Anti-Erastian, anti-prælatical and phanatical Presbyterian party there by way of dialogue between Anonymus and Antiprælatus.
[1690] A letter from Scotland, to a gentleman at court, in relation to Scotch-affairs. With a copy of an act of Parliament for the security of their Majesties government in that kingdom. Licens'd, July 30. 1690. J.F.
[Printed in the yeer 1649] A letter from Scotland: and the votes of the Parliament for proclaiming Charles the Second, King of Great Britain, France & Ireland. Expressing the manner of the Parliaments going, and their guards standing; with all the solemnities used at the time. And the proclamation it self, read by the Lord Chancellour.
Purefoy, George, Major. / [Febr. 7. 1644. i.e. 1645] A letter from Serjeant Major Purefoy governour of Compton-House in VVarwickshire, to his colonell Colonell Purefoy a member of the Honourable House of Commons.: VVherein is related the good successe it pleased God to give unto that garrison against the enemy, that came with a great strength to have surprized it. With a list of the persons slaine and taken, and the number of armes there taken.
[1659 i.e. 1660] A letter from several ministers in and about Edinburgh, to the ministers of London, concerning the re-establishing of the covenant.
[1659] A letter from several of the Protestant clergie in Cheshire, to a divine in London
Hesilrige, Arthur, Sir, d. 1661. / [July 7. 1648] A letter from Sir Arthur Hesilrige to the Honorable William Lenthal Esq; Speaker of the Honorable House of Commons,: of a great victory obtained by the Parliaments forces in Northumberland, where were taken prisoners Colonel Grey, Sir Richard Tempest, commanders in chief, Sir Francis Ratcliff, Sir Gervas Lucas, and divers lieutenant colonels, and other officers and gentlemen of quality, above three hundred soldiers, and between five and six hundred horses, and many arms, as by the list bearing date 1. July, 1648, appeareth. Together with Colonel Lilburn's letter to Sir Arthur Hesilrige. 5 Julii, 1648. Ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that these letters and list be forthwith printed and published. H: Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.
Ayscue, George, Sir, fl. 1646-1671. / [1649.] A letter from Sir George Ayskew, Vice Admirall of Ireland, of a great and famous victory obtained by Col: Jones, in the utter routing, and defeating of the Marquesse of Ormond and his whole army..
Dyve, Lewis, Sir, 1599-1669. / [1650] A letter from Sir Levvis Dyve: to the Lord Marquis of New-Castle giveing his Lordship an account of the whole conduct of the Kings affaires in Irland [sic], since the time of the Lord Marquis of Ormond, His Excellencies arrival there out of France in Septem. 1648. Until Sr. Lewis his departure out of that Kingdome, in June 1650. Together with the annexed coppies of sundry letters mentioned by Sr. Lewis Dyve as relating to the businesse he treats of from the Hauge 10. 20. July 1650.
Dyre, Lewis, Sir, 1599-1669. / [Printed in the Yeare, 1648] A letter from Sir Lewis Dyve: written out of France to a gentleman, a friend of his in London. Giving him an account of the manner of his escape out of the Kings Bench, and the reasons that moved him thereunto.
Eustace, Maurice, Sir, ca. 1590-1661. / [1642] A letter from Sir Maurice Eustace Knight, His Maiesties serjeant at law in the kingome of Ireland, and speaker of the House of Commons, in Parliament there being a perfect relation of the last true newes from Ireland.
Waller, William, Sir, 1597?-1668. / [March 28. 1643] A letter from Sir William Waller, a member of the House of Commons, to the Right Honorable, Robert Earl of Essex his excellencie;: of a great victory he obtained at Malmsbury, 23. Martii, in the county of Wilts: with the names of divers of the commanders in chief that he took, with 300 foot, a troop of horse, and many peeces of ordnance. Also a true relation of Sergeant Major Burghells valour, who went into the enemies quarters at Sherston, routed them, took twenty five prisoners, one captain, two lieutenants, one quarter-master, killed eight, and took forty or fifty horses and arms, without the losse of one man. Ordered by the Commons in Parliament, that this letter be forthwith printed and published: H: Elsynge, Cl. Parl. D. Com.
[Decemb. 19. 1648] A letter from sixteen gentlemen of Kent, named in the ordinance for the militia of that county, to the House of Commons, Saturday 16 Decemb. instant, desiring satisfaction of conscience in several things mentioned in the said ordinance, before they act thereupon. With the answer of the House thereunto. As also the remonstrance and petition of divers honest inhabitants of the city of Bristol, and the adjacent villages, to His Excellency, Thomas Lord Fairfax, and the Honorable, the Councel of the Army.
[1659] A Letter from some officers of the army at Whitehall to the chief officers of the several reigments in Scotland with a copie of their agreement : together wth a letter from the officers of the Army in Scotland in answer thereunto.
L'Estrange, Roger, Sir, 1616-1704. / [1679] A letter from some-body in the country in answer to no-bodies letter, directed from London, in vindication of some-body / Roger L'Estrange.
Langdale, Marmaduke Langdale, Baron, 1598?-1661. / [Printed in the yeare, 1648] A letter from Sr Marmaduke Langdale, generall of the Northerne forces: to Sir Charles Lucas:: containing a cleare relation of all their proceedings in the North: vvith an hopefull assurance of a speedy relief to Colchester. After the originall copy, truly transcribed.
B. B. / [1681?] A letter from St. Omers to a friend in London
Poseley, M. / [1683] A letter from Tangier to a friend in London describing the causes, manner and time of the demolishing of Tangier, November the fifth, in the year 1683.
[1688?] A Letter from the Arch-Bishops and Bishops to the King's most excellent majesty
[1647] A letter from the armie. Concerning the Kings Majesty and the proceedings of the army. And a letter from both Houses of Parliament to his Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax, concerning the City of London, and other things related to the peace of the kingdome. And the manner of the late fight at Dedford, neere London, where foure of Sir Robert Pyes men were slain, some taken, and divers wounded, by a party of horse in Kent.
Westminster Assembly / [1644] A letter from the Assembly of Divines in England and the commissioners of the Church of Scotland: written, and sent by order of the honorable House of Commons assembled in Parliament, to the Belgicke, French, Helvetian, and other reformed churches / translated into English and now published with the severall inscriptions to those churches by order of the said House.
Westminster Assembly / [1644] A letter from the Assembly of Divines in England, and the commissioners of the Church of Scotland,: written, and sent by order of the honorable House of Commons assembled in Parliament, to the Belgick, French, Helvetian, and other reformed churches. Translated into English, and now published with the severall inscriptions to those churches. By order of the said House.
Trenchard, John, 1662-1723. / [1697] A letter from the author of the Argument against a standing army to the author of the Balancing letter
Episcopal Church in Scotland. / [1689?] A letter from the bishops of Scotland, to the bishops of England
R. M. / [Printed in the year 1674] A letter from the camp near the river Ricton the fourteenth of August
[1659] A letter from the commanders and officers of the fleet of this Common-wealth unto General Monck in Scotland. Dated the 4th. of November 1659.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Commission. / [1699] Letter from the Commission of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland to the honourable council and inhabitants of the Scots colony of Caledonia in America dated at Glasgow, July 21, 1699.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Commission. / [1699] A letter from the Commission of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, met at Glasgow, July 21, 1699 to the Honourable Council, and inhabitants of the Scots colony of Caledonia, in America.
Scotland. Parliament. / [M DC XLVII. 1647] A letter from the Commissioners of Scotland,: representing the hard usage of the Earle of Lauderdaill by the souldiers of the army at Wooburn: and desiring his Majesties speedy coming to London in safety, honour, and freedome.
Scotland. Parliament. / [Printed Anno Dom. 1648. i.e. 1649] A letter from the Commissioners of the Kingdome of Scotland residing here at London,: to William Lenthal Esquire, Speaker to the House of Commons. Concerning the present proceedings in this Kingdome, against religion, the King, and Government: together with their declaration and protestation, against the taking away of his Majesties life.
[1659] A letter from the commissioners of the militia of Westminster, and parts adjacent directed and delivered to Lievtenant General Fleetwood, to be communicated to the council of officers: as also a resolve of the said commissioners, in answer to a letter directed to them, from the pretended committee of safety.
England and Wales. Army. Council. / [anno Dom. 1653] A letter from the Councel of Officers at White-Hall, to Colonel Lilburne Commander in Chief of the forces in Scotland, and officers under his command, concerning the late transactions in dissolution of the Parliament together with the return from the Councel of Officers, met at Dalkeith, Tuesday May 17. 1653. thereunto.
[1670?] A Letter from the Devil to the pope written at the beginning of the Reformation, and now published for the confirmation of Protestants and confusion of papists.
Luxembourg, François-Henri de Montmorency, duc de, 1628-1695. / [1693] A letter from the Duke of Luxembourg to the French King giving a full account of the late battle in Flanders: translated from the French copy.
[1682] A Letter from the Dutch. of Portsmaouth to Madam Gwyn, on her landing in France
[Anno Dom. 1648] A letter from the Earl of Norwich, the Lord Capel. and Sir Charles Lucas, to the Lord Generall Fairfax; and his answer thereunto.: Also, a sally forth upon the Lord Fairfax his forces in Fryday last, and propositions for making addresses to the Prince. With a great fight in the couty of Hereford, between Sir Henry Lingen, and Major Harley. Another fight in the North between Lieu. Gen. Cromwel and the Scots, and Major Gen. Lamberts speech at the heat of his army.
Warwick, Robert Rich, Earl of, 1587-1658. / [July 29, 1643] A letter from the Earl of Warwick: relating the taking of all the forts, and 16 pieces of ordnance from the malignant Cornishmen that had before besieged the city of Exeter : together with an apologie made by an English officer of qualitie for leaving the Irish wars : declaring the designe at this time now on foot to reconcile the English and Irish together, and by their joynt power having expelled the Scotch and Irish Protestants, to bring their popish forces against the Parliament.
Warwick, Robert Rich, Earl of, 1587-1658. / [July 29. 1643] A letter from the Earl of Warwick:: relating the taking of all the forts, and 16 pieces of ordnance, from the malignant Cornishmen, that had before besieged the city of Exeter. Together with an apologie made by an English officer of qualitie, for leaving the Irish wars: declaring the designe at this time now on foot to reconcile the English and Irish together: and by their joynt power having expelled the Scotch and Irish Protestants, to bring their popish forces against the Parliament. This is licensed, and entred into the register·book of the Company of Stationers, according to order.
Forth and Brentford, Patrick Ruthven, Earl of, 1573?-1651. / [1643] A letter from the Earle of Forth to His Excellency Robert Earle of Essex, lord generall, &c. dated 15 Feb., 1643 and His Excellencies answer thereunto dated 19 Febr, 1643 : also a petition of the well-affected nobility and gentry of the realm of Ireland who have suffered under the bloody rebels there, and presented to the Lords Justices to be presented to His Majesty, which was done accordingly, and the agents accepted to come to His Majesty.
[1653] A Letter from the fleet, with a diurnal account of the military affairs between the English and the Dutch, from Friday the 3d. of June, till Thursday the 9th. of June. Relating the taking and firing many of the Dutch since the late fight, the blocking up Flushing and other harbours, the landing of men at the Texel aud [sic] in Zealand, and the opposition made by the Hollanders.
[Printed in the Year 1692] A Letter from the French King to the great Turk
[1695] A Letter from the government of Algier to Admiral Russell:
[MDCXCV 1695] A Letter from the Grand-Jury of Oxford to the London-Grand-Jury relating to the case of the Protestant-joyner.
Ruyter, Michiel Adriaanszoon de, 1607-1676. / [1676] A letter from the Heer Lieutenant-Admiral De Ruyter to the States-General of the United-Provinces; giving an account of the late engagement between him, and the French fleet, on the coast of Sicily. Translated out of Dutch, as it was printed at the Hague.
England and Wales. Parliament. / [1648] A letter from the House of Commons assembled in the Parliament of England at Westminster,: to the right honorable and right reverend, the lords, ministers and others of the present General Assembly of the Church of Scotland sitting at Edenburgh [sic], containing a narrative of the proceedings of the Parliament of England in the work of reformation ... and of their endeavors for settlement of peace, and for preservation of the union between the two kingdoms of England and Scotland.
[1648] A letter from the Isle of VVight, of the designe to have gotten the King from the Isle of Wight. The iron barre of the window broken, and two horses and a boat ready to carry his Majesty away. Mr. Douset, Mr. Osburne, and others committed to prison. And a great victory against the Cavaliers that rise in the west, many killed and taken, and divers drowned. With the particulars of the said fight, certified in a letter to a Member of the House of Commons. June. 1. 1648. Imprimatur, Gilb. Mabbott.
R. P. / [1688] A letter from the Jesuits in the Savoy to the Jesuits at S. Omers, giving an account of the affairs of England, taken from the priests in the Dover coach, together with 200 guineas
[1660] A letter from the King of Denmark to Mr. William Lilly: occasioned by the death of his patron the King of Sweden.
Ismåa‘åil, Sultan of Morocco, d. 1727. / [1680] A letter from the King of Morocco to His Majesty the King of England, Charles I for the reducing of Sally, Argiers &c., the first of which was taken by the assistance of the English forces, with an account of the execution of the pyrats and the number of Christian captives sent to His Majesty.
John, III Sobieski, King of Poland, 1629-1696. / [reprinted M. DC. LXXXIII. 1683] A letter from the King of Poland to his Queen in which is many particulars relating to the victories obtained against the Turks; with a prayer of the Turks against the Christians. Translated from the Cologn Gazett, Octob. 19. 1683.
Spain. Sovereign (1665-1700 : Charles II) / [1690] A letter from the King of Spain written to the Pope of Rome: Licens'd, September 29. 1690.
[anno Dom. 1647] A letter from the Kings Majesties court at Hampton; concerning the Commissioners of the Lords and Commons of the Parliament of Eugland [sic], and the Commissioners of the Estates of Scotlands delivering of the propositions to the King, upon Tuesday last at Hampton-Court. And the proceedings of the Kings Majesty thereupon. Also, a message to the Estates of Scotland, and the coming into England of the Lord Lanerick, with the treatie and Covenant, to present to His Gracious Majesty.
[anno Dom. 1647] A letter from the Kings Majesties court at Oatelands: concerning his Majesties comming to London. Also the copy of a remonstrance, and other papers of the army: debated by his Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax: and his Councell of Warre: concerning the further desires of the army.
[1647] A letter from the Kings Majesties court, of the Kings comming towards London, and was yesterday at Sion House. His Majesties speech to the Duke of York there. The resolutions of his Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax and the Councell of Warre concerning the Kings Majesty. And His Excellencies message to the officers and souldiers in the north, sent by Major Generall Lambert, and by him delivered at a generall randezvouse.
[1684] A Letter from the lord chancellor of Poland to General Teckley, January the 10th, 1684
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1650 : Ireton) / [1651] A letter from the Lord Deputy-General of Ireland, unto the Honorable William Lenthal Esq; Speaker of the Parliament of England;: concerning the rendition of the city of Limerick: together with the articles formerly offered, and the articles upon which the same was surrendred: as also a particular of the persons excepted, the ammunition and ordnance in the town delivered upon the surrender of the said city. Friday the 28th of November, 1651. Ordered by the Parliament, that the letter from the Deputy-General of Ireland, and articles, together with the particulars inclosed, be forthwith printed and published; and read by the ministers on the day appointed for thanks to be given in the several congregations. Hen: Scobell, Cleric. Parliamenti.
Cromwell, Oliver, 1599-1658. / [1651] A letter from the Lord General Cromvvel, dated September the fourth, 1651. To the Right Honorable William Lenthal Esq; speaker of the Parliament of the Commonwealth of England. Touching the taking of the city of VVorcester; and the total routing of the enemies army. Saturday, September 6. 1651. Resolved by the Parliament, that the letter from the Lord General, dated the fourth of September, 1651. be printed, together with the order made yesterday for a thanksgiving on the next Lords Day, and read, together with the said order. Hen: Scobell, Cleric. Parliamenti.
Cromwell, Oliver, 1599-1658. / [1651] A letter from the Lord General Cromvvel, touching the great victory obtained neer VVorcester: superscribed for the Right Honorable William Lenthal Esq; speaker of the Parliament of the Commonwealth of England. Together with an order of Parliament for observing a thanksgiving to almighty God for the same. Friday, September 5. 1651. Ordered by the Parliament, that this order, and letter from the Lord General to the speaker of the Parliament, dated this third of September, 1651. be forthwith printed and published. Hen: Scobell, Cleric. Parliamenti.
Cromwell, Oliver, 1599-1658. / [1650] A letter from the Lord General Cromwel from Dunbar;: containing a true relation of the proceedings of the Parliament army under his command in Scotland; and the success God was pleased to give them against the Scots Army, in a battle at Dunbar the 3 of September. 1650. Together with a list of the Scotish officers then taken. Die Martis, 10. September. 1650. Ordered by the Parliament, that the Lord Generals letter, and the list of names herewith sent, be forthwith printed and published. Hen: Scobell, Cleric. Parliamenti.
Cromwell, Oliver, 1599-1658. / [1650] A letter from the Lord General Cromwel, concerning the rendition of the Castle of Edinburgh to his Excellency on articles. Together with the passages between His Excellency and the Governor in order hereunto, and the articles upon which the same were surrendered, and a list of the ordnance and ammunition therein. Die Martis, 31 Decembr. 1650. Ordered by the Parliament, that the letter sent from the General from Edinburgh, dated the 24 Decem. 1650. Together with the several papers therein inclosed; together with the articles for the rendition of the Castle of Edinburgh; and the list of the ordnance and ammunition taken there, be forthwith printed and published. Hen: Scobell, Cleric. Parliamenti.
Cromwell, Oliver, 1599-1658. / [1651] A letter from the Lord General, dated the one and twentieth day of July, to the Right Honorable William Lenthal Esq; speaker of the Parliament of the Common-wealth of England. Shewing the great mercies of almighty God in the late success given to the Parliaments forces in Scotland, against the enemy there. Friday, the 25 of July. 1651. Ordered by the Parliament, that this letter be forthwith printed and published. Hen: Scobell, Cleric. Parliamenti.
Cromwell, Oliver, 1599-1658. / [1650] A letter from the Lord Generall Cromvvell to the Parliament of England, concerning his proceedings with their army in Scotland and the late victory God hath given them over the Scottish Army there together with an act of Parliament for publique thanksgiving in England thereupon : and a proclamation of the deputy generall of Ireland for a further day of publique thanksgiving in relation to the same throughout Ireland, on Thursday the seventh of November in this present yeare, 1650.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1649-1650 : Cromwell) / [1649] A letter from the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, to the Honorable William Lenthal Esq; Speaker of the Parliament of England: giving an account of the proceedings of the army there under his Lordships command; and several transactions between his Lordship and the Governor of Wexford. Together with a relation of the taking in of Wexford, with the fort, haven and shipping there; and of several other garisons of the enemy. As also the propositions tendred for the rendition of Wexford: and a copy of a censure, under the hand of Nicholas Bishop of Fernes, against Talbot who dyed a Protestant. Ordered by the Parliament, that these letters and transactions be forthwith printed and published. Hen: Scobell, Cleric. Parliamenti.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1649-1650 : Cromwell) / [1649. i.e. 1650] A letter from the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, to the Honorable William Lenthall Esq; Speaker of the Parliament of England,: relating the good successes God hath lately given to the Parliament forces there. Die Lunæ, 25 Februarii, 1649. Ordered by the Parliament, that this letter be forthwith printed and published. Hen: Scobell, Cleric. Parliamenti.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1649-1650 : Cromwell) / [1650] A letter from the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, to the Honorable William Lenthall Esq; Speaker of the Parliament of England,: relating the several successes it hath pleased God lately to give the Parliaments forces there. Together with the several transactions about the surrender of Kilkenny, and the articles agreed thereupon. Die Sabbathi, 13 Aprilis, 1650. Ordered by the Parliament, that the letter of the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, ... be forthwith printed and published; ... Hen: Scobell, Cleric. Parliamenti.
City of London (England). Court of Common Council. / [Novem. 27. 1647] A letter from the Lord Major, aldermen and Common-Councel of London,: to His Excellency Sir Tho: Fairfax. With another letter from His Excellency to the City, in answer to the same. Also two orders and a letter of the General and general Councel of the Army, for the discharging such soldiers the Army, as formerly served in the Kings army : and for the apprehending of others to be tryed by a Councel of War, about the late distractions in the Army. Novem. 25. 1647. Imprimatur Gilbert Mabbot.
City of London (England). Court of Common Council. / [1648] A letter from the Lord Mayor, aldermen and Common Councell of the City of London; in answer to a letter from the L. Generall, and the armies seizing and carrying away great summes of money from Weavers Hall, and Goldmsiths Hall; and an accompt what that money was for. And a fight at sea, certain ships lying before Portsmouth, and the last remarkable news from the Earle of Warwick. Also a warrant from the Lord Generall, to the aldermen and deputies of the respective wards within the City of London; and the proceedings thereupon.
Leicester, Robert Sidney, Earl of, 1595-1677. / [1642] A letter from the Lord of Lecester, to the Right Honourable, the Earle of Northumberland; and by him comunicated to the House of Peeres.: Declaring the true causes of his long stay at court, and with what earnest desires hee continually pressed his Maiesty to assigne his dispatch, which he notwithstanding denyed to grant. Also how, and in what manner his Majesty tooke away the horses, bought by the Parliament, for the service of Ireland, and imployed them to his owne use. Die Lunæ, Sep. 26. 1642. Ordered by the Lords in Parliament, that this letter be forthwith printed and published. John Browne, Cler. Parl.
Albemarle, George Monck, Duke of, 1608-1670. / [1660] A letter from the Lord. Gen. Monck, to Major General Overton:: together with Maior Gen. Overtons answer thereunto.
England and Wales. Parliament. House of Lords. / [March 1, 1643] Letter from the lords at Oxford, and other lords whose names are subscribed, to the Lords of the Privy-Councell and the conservators of the peace of the kingdom of Scotland
Worcester, Henry Somerset, Marquis of, 1577-1646. / [Iune 9. 1646] A letter from the Marquesse of Worcester to the committee of Parliament sitting in the county of Monmouth, concerning his sons landing with Irish forces: and the committees answer thereunto. Ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that this letter and answer be forthwith printed and published. H. Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.
Scotland. Parliament. / [1689] A letter from the meeting of Estates of the Kingdom of Scotland, to the King of England in answer to His Majesties letter directed to them.
M. M. / [1689?] A letter from the member of Parliament in answer to the letter of the divine concerning the bill for uniting Protestants
Ludovici, C. (Christian), 1660-1728. / [1692?] A letter from the most ingenious Mr. Lodowick Rhode-Island, Febr. 1, 1691-2.
[1648] A letter from the navy vvith the Earle of Warwick, Lord Admirall: from Hellevoyt Sluice, Novemb. 24. 1648.: Being a narrative of his proceedings, in reducing the revolted ships with the Prince: viz. The Constant Warwick, carrying 32 guns. The Love, 38 guns. The Hinde, 18 guns. The Satisfaction, 28 guns. A ship laden with sugars. A catch, and other small vessels. Also, the present condition of the Prince, Duke of Yorke, Prince Rupert, and the rest of the cavallerie in Holland, and from France.
[1700] A Letter from the nobility, barons, and commons of Scotland in the year 1320, yet extant under all the seals of nobility, directed to Pope John wherein they declare their firm resolutions to adhere to their king, Robert the Bruce, as the restorer of the safety, and liberties of the people, and as having the true right of succession, but withall, they notwithstanding declare, that if the king should offer to subvert their civil liberties, they will disown him as an enemy, and choose another to be king, for their own defense / translated from the original, in Latine ... by Sir George M'Kenzie.
[1659] A Letter from the noblemen, gentlemen, justices, and free-holders of the shire of Fife, to the Lord General Monck with his Lordships answer thereunto.
[1659] A Letter from the officers at Whitehall to the officers under Generall Monck in Scotland with the answer of Generall Monck and his officers thereunto : wherein with plainness and sinceritie, they endeavour to set before them the evil of their doings.
Scotland. Parliament. / [1648] A letter from the Parliament of Scotland to the Parliament of England: with severall demands therein, in relation to the King and both kingdomes. Also, the copy of the oath taken by all the members of the Parliament in Scotland, and some orders made since their sitting.
Scotland. Parliament. / [Anno 1681] A letter from the Parliament of Scotland, to his most sacred Majesty, August 1. 1681:
Scotland. Parliament. / [1650] A letter from the Parliament of Scotland, to the Parliament of England, assembled at Westminster: concerning the advance of the English Army, and their pleading of the Covenant, and the articles of pacification. Brought by Col. Grey, formerly a member of the late Lord Generall Fairfax's army. Also, their further proceedings, touching the new levy of 12000 foot, and 4000 horse; their sending of ordnance, arms, and ammunition to St. Johnstons, and their resolution in case the English Army advanceth over Tweed. Likewise, the arrivall of their declared king, at the Holy-Island, and the preparation that they have made for the receiving of his person. Together, with the dangerous declaration of the Ulster Army in Ireland, against the Parliament of England, and their resolution in order thereunto.
[Printed in the Year M DC LXXIV 1674] A Letter from the pope to his distresed [sic] sons the Catholicks in England as it was intercepted, and now published by S.V.
[1672] A letter from the Pope to the French King.
Innocent XI, Pope, 1611-1689. / [1680?] A letter from the Pope to the French King, to our dear son in Christ Jesus, Lewis, the most Christian King
Asserter of the authority of the late general assemblies of Dundee and Edinburgh. / [1653] A letter from the protesters with an answer thereunto, from an asserter of the authority of the two late general assemblies, at Dundee and Edinburgh.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1649-1650 : Cromwell) / [1649] A letter from the Right Honorable, the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, concerning the surrender of the tovvn of Ross, and the artillery, arms and ammunition there.: Together with the several transactions between the Lord Lieutenant and the Governor in order thereunto: and the articles for the surrender thereof. Die Veneris, 16 Novembr. 1649. Ordered by the Parliament, that these letters, transactions and articles be forthwith printed and published. Hen: Scobell, Cleric. Parliamenti.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1649-1650 : Cromwell) / [1649] A letter from the Right Honorable, the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, to the Honorable William Lenthall Esq; Speaker of the Parliament of England,: concerning the taking in and surrendring of Enistery. Carrick Town and castle. Passage-Fort. Bandon-Bridge. Kingsale, and the fort there. Die Mercurii, 12. Decembr. 1649. Ordered by the Parliament, that this letter be forthwith printed and published, and read in all churches and chappels in and about the City of London, late lines of communication, and bills of mortality. Hen: Scobell, Cleric. Parliament.
Anglesey, Arthur Annesley, Earl of, 1614-1686. / [MDCLXXXII. 1682] A letter from the right honourable Arthur Earl of Anglesey Lord Privy-Seal. In answer to His Grace the Duke of Ormond's letter of November the 12th. 1681. About His Lordships observations and reflections upon the Earl of Castle-Haven's memoires concerning the rebellion of Ireland.
Sandwich, Edward Montagu, Earl of, 1625-1672. / [1647] A letter from the Right Honourable Ed. Lord Montagu, one of the commissioners attending His Majesty.: With a perfect narration of all the passages betwixt his majesty and those forces that brought him from Holdenby, being resident now at New-market. Both read in the House of Peeres on the tenth of June. 1647. Die Jovis 10 Junii 1647. Ordered by the Lords assembled in Parliament, that this letter, with the narration be forthwith printed and published. Joh. Brown Cler. Parliamentorum.
Fairfax, Ferdinando Fairfax, Baron, 1584-1648. / [1642] A letter from the right honourable Ferdinando Lord Fairfax, Sir Hugh Cholmley, Sir Philip Stapleton, Sir Henry Cholmley, committees of the Commons house of Parliament residing at Yorke.: Together vvith a relation of all the passages at the great meeting at Yorke, on Thursday the 12. of this instant May, with the freeholders protestation inclosed in the letter from the said committee to master speaker, and ordered by the said house to be forthwith published in print. H. Elsing. Clre. Perl. [sic] de Com.
Fairfax, Ferdinando Fairfax, Baron, 1584-1648. / [Octob. 18. 1643] A letter from the Right Honourable Ferdinando Lord Fairfax, to His Excellency Robert Earle of Essex. Relating his late prosperous successe against the popish army in the north, his expelling them from their workes, and forcing them to raise their siege from before the towne of Hull. Also certifying, how the enemy have fled to Beverley, and were forced to leave divers pieces of ordnance, much powder and ammunition behind them. Being upon the same day wherein the Earle of Manchester obtained the victory neere Horn-castle in Lincolnshire. Printed by his Excellencies speciall direction.
Warwick, Robert Rich, Earl of, 1587-1658. / [June, 11. 1644] A letter from the Right Honourable Robert Earle of VVarwicke, Lord High-admirall of England: to the speaker of the House of Peeres. VVith an exact diurnall of all the most speciall and remarkable passages which have hapned during the siege of Lyme in Dorsetshire by Pr. Maurice his forces, from the 21 of February to this present. Die Jovis, 10 Junii, 1644. Ordered by the Lords assembled in Parliament, that the L. Admirals letter, with the diurnall concerning Lime be forthwith printed and published. J. Brown Cler. Parliamentorum.
Warwick, Robert Rich, Earl of, 1587-1658. / [1648] A letter from the Right Honourable Robert Earle of Warwick Lord High Admirall of England, fully relating the condition of the affaires at sea. With a list of the number of the Parliaments ships, and the names of the severall commanders in them, now riding in the Downes. Read in the House of Peeres upon Friday the 8 of September, 1648. And commanded to be printed and published.
Inchiquin, Murrough O'Brien, Earl of, 1614-1674. / [1644] A letter from the Right Honourable the Lord Inchiqvin and other the commanders in Munster, to His Majestie: expressing the causes and reasons of their not holding the cessation any longer with the rebels; with their desire intimated to His Majestie, that he would be pleased to renounce any treatie with the rebels any longer, and that he would againe proclaime them rebels, and would now comply with his Parliament, and make a peace with them. With several other letters from the said Lo. Inchiquin and other the commanders in Munster in Ireland to severall other their friends here in England, advising them of their proceedings, with severall motives and reasons to perswade them also to returne unto their former charges in Ireland, and to joyne with them to oppose the said rebels, and for to vindicate with them therein their obligation unto religon, the preservation of that kingdome, and the honour of the English nation. Published by authoritie.
[1693] A letter from the states of Holland, to the Duke of Savoy: upon his rejecting the advantageous proffers made to him by Pope's nuncio, at Turin, on his masters part; in the behalf of France, to conclude a seperate peace.
Gereformeerde Kerk in de Nederlanden. Synode van Zeeland. / [1643] A letter from the synod of Zeland, to the commissioners of the Generall Assembly of the Kirk of Scotland: vvritten by them in Latin, and now faithfully translated into English: expressing, 1. Their fellow-feeling of the present condition of the Kirks of Ireland and England, and exciting us to the like. 2. Their respects and affection to the Kirk of Scotland. 3. Their zeale to the Reformation of the Kirk of England, in government and ceremonies, and to the preservation of religion there, against the pride of Popery at this time. 4. And their desire of Unity in Religion, and the Kirk-government in his Majesties Dominions. July 18. 1643. Imprimatur. John White.:
Sully, Maximilien de Béthune, duc de, 1559-1641. / [1613] A letter from the the [sic] Lord of Rosny, Great Treasurer of France to the Queene Regent of France Concerning the resignation of his offices. Faithfully translated out of French, by E.D.
Johnston, Joseph, d. 1723. / [1687] A letter from the vindicator of the Bishop of Condom to the author of a late discourse concerning the sacrament of Extreme unction
[1689] A Letter from the west to a member of the meeting of Estates of Scotland
Spelman, Clement, 1598-1679. / [Printed in the yeare, 1648] A letter from Utercht [sic], to the Assembly of Divines at Westminster:: shewing the conversion of church-lands to lay-uses, to be condemned by Luther, Calvin, Knox, and the whole assemblies of Scotch divines, as a detestable sacriledge before God, and provoking his heavy judgements. Sent in a letter to Doctor Burges in Iune last, to be presented. A copy whereof comming accidentally to the hands of W.B. was by him commended to the presse.
W. B. / [1683] A letter from W.B. in the city, to his friend at Warwick
Basill, William. / [1650] A letter from William Basill Esq; Attorney-General of Ireland, to the Honorable, William Lenthall Esq; speaker of the Parliament of England, concerning a great victory obtained by the Parliaments forces against the rebels in Meleek Island, on the five and twentieth of October, 1650. Together with an order of Parliament for a publique thanksgiving within the City of London and liberties thereof, on the next Lords-Day, being the first of Decemb. 1650. Die Martis, 26 Novembr. 1650. Ordered by the Parliament, that this letter and order be forthwith printed and published. Hen: Scobell, Cleric. Parliamenti.
Penn, William, 1644-1718. / [1683] A letter from William Penn, proprietary and governour of Pennsylvania in America, to the Committee of the Free Society of Traders of that province, residing in London containing a general description of the said province, its soil, air, water, seasons, and produce ... of the natives or aborigines, their language, customs, and manners ... of the first planters, the Dutch &c. ... as also an account of the city of Philadelphia ... with a portraiture or plat-form thereof ...
[1681] A Letter from Winchester, in answer to his lordship's time-serving query whether passive obedience is only a bugbear, and fit for fools, or a Christian duty?.
[1699] A letter from [blank] to his friend concerning the state of the town of Glasgows business, &c.
[1695] A letter giving a particular account of the proceedings of the Scots Parliament relating to some of the ministers of state of that kingdom.
[1690] A letter giving an account of the manner of chusing Joseph King of Hungaria to be king of the Romans, on Jan. 21. 1689/90. By the eight electors of the sacred Roman empire. Licens'd, Jan. 18. 1690.
[1687] A letter in answer to a city friend, shewing how agreeable liberty of conscience is to the Church of England
[1681] A letter in answer to a friend, upon notice of a book entituled, A short view of the late troubles in England wherein in the VIIIth chapter the occasion of the execrable Irish rebellion XLI is egregiously mistaken.
Wolley, Edward, 1603-1684. / [1649] A letter intercepted (at sea) by Captaine Moulton, and sent by the Admiralls to the councell of state. Written from Parson Wolby, directed to Mr. Edward Ball, the Princes agent, with Prince Rupert at Kingsale in Ireland.: Wherein is discovered a most fearfull and sad designe against the City of London, and such who have estates in England. A new platforme of the Catholicke religion, intended for England. Severall transactions of the Prince's Navy. And the Governour of the island of Scilly. And an account of the Governours letter (who is salne sick) to the Prince. Parson VVolby his desires to Prince Rupert, and his transactions with Sir John Moene, Sir John Beak, Doctor Wats, and Mr. Ball. And some transactions at sea, between 500 of the King of Spain his souldiers at sea, and the Princes Navy. And severall fights at sea, with other considerable passages of the Princes Navy. May 7. 1649. To the end that all who are faithfull to this nation, may unanimously unite, against the common enemy; whose bitternesse doth appeare against us, both in words, and action, in this letter. Therefore I say imprimatur: Theodore Jennings.
[1689] A letter intercepted from a confident of the Prince of Orange to his friend in the Hague.
Hall, Joseph, 1574-1656. / [MDCXLII. 1642] A letter lately sent by a reverend bishop from the Tovver, to a private friend: and by him thought fit to be published.
[1607.] A letter of a baker of Boulougne, sent to the pope. Translated out of the Italian copy (printed at Florence) into French and Dutch and now into English..
Du Moulin, Peter, 1601-1684. / [1640] A letter of a French Protestant to a Scotishman of the Covenant VVherein one of their chiefe pretences is removed, which is their conformitie with the French churches in points of discipline and obedience.
A Letter of a Jesuit of Liege concerning the method of establishing the Catholik religion in the kingdom of England.
Bull, Digby. / [1695] A letter of a Protestant clergy-man to the reverend clergy of the Church of England, and to all other good Protestants advertising them from the sacred revelation of St. John of the evil which he apprehends to be coming upon the Protestant church, etc. / written by Digby Bull ...
Jones, George, of Chester. / [1648] A letter of a sad tragedy by Prince Griffin at Sayton, neere Chester:: and his severall attempts against the Lady Causely. And the bloody murther for which he is fled into Scotland : and a copy of a letter from His Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax. With a petition from divers collonels and other officers under Major Generall Laughorne, to the House of Commons.
[1659] A letter of addresse from the officers of the army in Scotland, directed to the Honourable, the Speaker of the Parliament of the commonwealth of England sitting at Westminster. Wednesday the 18th of May 1659. Ordered by the Parliament that this letter be forthwith printed and published. Tho. St Nicholas clerk of the Parliament.
D. F. / [1657] A letter of addresse to the Protector occasioned by Mr. Needhams reply to Mr. Goodwins book against the triers. By a person of quality.
Woodward, Josiah, 1660-1712. / [1700] A letter of advice and comfort to the English captives, who suffer slavery in foreign parts By Josiah Woodward, D.D. minister of Popler.
A. B. / [1676] A letter of advice concerning marriage by A.B.
N. T. / [1684] A letter of advice from a friend, sent to Sir Thomas Armestrong in Newgate, after the rule for his execution touching his present condition.
R. J. / [1696] A letter of advice to a friend about the currency of clipt-money wherein all the material clauses contain'd in the several acts made in these two last sessions of Parliament, for the cure of that evil are recited and now printed for the use of the publick.
Leslie, Charles, 1650-1722. / [1696] A letter of advice to a friend upon the modern argument of the lawfulness of simple fornication, half-adultery, and polygamy.
Lingard, R. (Richard), 1598?-1670. / [1670] A letter of advice to a young gentleman leaveing the university concerning his behaviour and conversation in the world / by R.L.
True son of the Church of England. / [1688] A letter of advice to a young gentleman of an honourable family, now in his travels beyond the seas for his more safe and profitable conduct in the three great instances, of study, moral deportment, and religion : in three parts / by a True son of the Church of England.
Person of honour. / [1688] A letter of advice to a young lady being motives and directions to establish her in the Protestant religion / written by a person of honour.
[1688] A letter of advice to all the members of the Church of England, to come to the divine service, morning and evening, every day
[Printed in the year, 1659 i.e. 1660] A letter of advice to His Excellency the Lord General Monck, tending to the peace and welfare of this nation.:
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. / [1700] A letter of advice to the churches of the non-conformists in the English nation endeavouring their satisfaction in that point, who are the true Church of England?
[1681] A Letter of advice to the petitioning apprentices
[1646] A letter of advice vnto the ministers assembled at Westminster, with several parcels of queries, recommended to their saddest considerations. Wherein is hinted the pernitious Papisticall-Presbyteriall tenet of excommunicating magistrates, and absolving the people from obedience. The un-gospel-like denying that liberty of conscience unto others, which we would have granted unto our selves. The extreamest madnesse of fighting, or so much as to hazard a fighting against God, by persecuting tender conscences [sic] for differences in opinion only. The practice and commission of our saviour and his apostles concerning hereticks. The possiblilty of a hereticks repentance, so long as he lives, and such as do any wayes cause him to dye in heresie, as much as in them lyes, do effectually damn him eternally: and consequently, that Paul Best, (whatever his errour be at present) as well as Paul the apostle, once a blasphemer, may one day become a convert, ...
Stephens, Edward, fl. 1640-1660. / [Printed in the yeere 1649] A letter of advice, from a secluded Member of the House of Commons, to his Excellency, Thomas Lord Fairfax,: to admonish him of the Kings danger, his own duty, and the sad consequence of oppression and tyranny. All whose extremes are onely to be avoided by His Majesties safety, and the defence of his royall person and honor. / Delivered on Saturday Decemb. 30.
[1647?] A Letter of an Independent to his honoured friend in London
Swadlin, Thomas, 1600-1670. / [Printed, 1645. i.e. 1646] A letter of an Independent to his honoured friend Mr Glyn, Recorder of London:
[printed 1659] A letter of comfort to Richard Cromwell Esq; alias Lord Richard, alias Richard Protector. Sent him since the alteration of his titles and our government: from, a servant of his late Highness, and the late highness of his late deceased father, and a kinsman of the late deceased highness of his still surviving mother.
Ogle, Thomas, Sir, d. 1671. / [February 27. 1642 i.e. 1643] A letter of dangerous consequence, from Sergeant Major Ogle, to Sir Nicholas Crisp at Oxford.: As it was intercepted by Colonell Goodwin of the Parliaments forces. Together with the examination of the messenger, in the coller of whose doublet the said letter was found. Ordered by the Commons in Parliament, that this letter and examination be forthwith printed and published: H: Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.
Bernard, Nicholas, d. 1661. / [1660?] A letter of Dr. Bernards to a friend of his at court
Taylor, James, fl. 1687-1689. / [1689] A letter of enquiry to the reverend fathers of the Society of Jesus written in the person of a dissatisfied Roman Catholick.
Monro, Robert. / [July 8. 1643] A letter of great consequence;: sent by the Honorable, Robert Lord Monro, out of the Kingdom of Ireland, to the Honorable, the Committee for the Irish affairs in England, concerning the state of the rebellion there. Together with the relation of a great victory he obtained, and of his taking the Earl of Antrim, about whom w[a]s found divers papers, which discovered a dangerous plot against the Protestants in all his Majesties dominions, their plot being set down by consent of the Queens majestie, for the ruine of religion, and overthrow of His Majesties three Kingdoms. Ordered by the Commons in Parliament, that this letter be forthwith printed and published: H: Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.
Sartwell, G. / [Printed in the yeare 1642] A letter of high consequence,: principally concerning the indamaging of this our kingdome of England, subversion of religion, and many more papisticall divisions compiled, and directed to Colonell Lunsford scattered in the Church of Saint Paul, and since come to publicke view. As also certaine articles whereby the said Lunsford is convinced of high treason, both to the King, state, and House of Parliament.
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1612-1671. / [Decemb. 9. 1648] A letter of His Excellency Thomas Lord Fairfax, to the Right Honorable, the Lord Major of the City of London, for the better preserving a right understanding between the City and Army. With an order of His Excellency to Col: Dean, to march into the City of London, and seize the publike treasuries of Goldsmiths, Weavers, and Haberdashers-Hall, that thereby they may be supplied with moneys to pay quarters, and free the countreys from that grievous burthen of free-quarter. By the appointment of His Excellency the Lord Fairfax Lord General, and his General Councel of Officers. Dec. 8. 1648. Signed, John Rushvvorth Secr'
Lilburne, John, 1614?-1657. / [1651] A letter of Lieutenant Colonel John Lilburns,: written to Mr. John Price of Colemanstreet London, (and a member of Mr. John Goodwins congregation) the 31. of March 1651. about the harsh and unequal dealing that his unckle Mr. George Lilburn, and several others of his family findes from the hands of Sir Arthur Haslerig. Unto which is annexed Mr. John Price his answer thereunto.
Casaubon, Meric, 1599-1671. / [1669] A letter of Meric Casaubon D.D. &c to Peter du Moulin D.D. and prebendarie of the same church concerning natural experimental philosophie, and some books lately set out about it.
Cotton, John, 1584-1652. / [1643] A letter of Mr. John Cottons, teacher of the Church in Boston in New-England, to Mr. Williams, a preacher there wherein is shewed that those ought to be received into the Church who are Godly, though they doe not see nor expressely bewaile all the pollutions in church-fellowship, ministery, worship, government.
Albemarle, George Monck, Duke of, 1608-1670. / [1659] A letter of November 12 from General Monck directed (& delivered) to the Lord Mayor, Aldermen, and Common Council of the city of London, inciting them and all true English-men, to give their assistance, for redemption of the almost lost liberties of England.
A. B., Eminent officer in the army at Edenburgh. / [1659] A letter of November the 16th from an eminent officer in the army at Edenburgh to a friend at London, declaring the true number of the horse and foot now under General Monck, and their unanimons [sic] resolution to adventure all for the support of magistracie and ministrie, the rights of the people, and priviledges of Parliament : all which are now endeavoured to be subverted by that part of the Army under Colonel Lambert and others about London.
T. M. / [1682] A letter of queries to the popish brethren of the association
Anglesey, Arthur Annesley, Earl of, 1614-1686. / [1683] A letter of remarks upon Jovian by a person of quality.
Nye, Stephen, 1648?-1719. / [1691?] A letter of resolution concerning the doctrines of the Trinity and the Incarnation.
Turner, John, b. 1649 or 50. / [1682] A letter of resolution to a friend, concerning marriage of cousin Germans by John Turner ...
Hammond, Henry, 1605-1660. / [1653 i.e. 1652] A letter of resolution to six quæres, of present use in the Church of England. By Henry Hammond D.D.
Floyd, John, 1572-1649. / [Anno M.DC.XXXIIII. 1634] A letter of Sr. Humfrey Linde, to a lady of great worth, much afflicted for Syr Humfreys sake, hearing him ill spoke of, for not answering the Whetstone, and the Spectacles, that were written against his Via tuta. And also for that he is greatly taxed for lying and corrupting of many authours. In which letter he doth cleare himselfe.
Edward VI, King of England, 1537-1553. / [Printed 1641] A letter of that most religious and pious prince K. Edward the sixth to Nicholas Ridley Bishop of London,: for the taking downe of altars, and setting up the table in the steed thereof, subscribed by nine of the said kings Privie Councell, together with the said kings six reasons for the same alteration; all which are set forth in the Ecclesiasticall history, containing the Acts and monuments of martyrs, written by M. John Fox, and may there be read in the life of that ever blessed king.
[1660] A letter of the apprentices of the city of Bristoll, to the apprentices of the honourable city of London. Together with their declaration for a free Parliament.
Patrick, Simon, 1626-1707. / [1690] A letter of the Bishop of Chichester to his clergy
Patrick, Simon, 1626-1707. / [MDCXCII 1692] A letter of the Bishop of Ely to his clergy
John III Sobieski, King of Poland, 1629-1696. / [1683] The letter of the King of Poland to His Excellency, the Marquess de Grana from the Turkish camp in the visiers tent at Vienna, the 13 of September 1683 ...
North, Dudley North, Baron, 1602-1677. / [1666?] A letter of the Lord North touching Thirlow School. For Sir Henry North.
[1645 i.e. 1646] A letter of the ministers of the city of London, presented the first of Ian. 1645. to the reverend Assembly of Divines sitting at Westminster by authority of Parliament, against toleration.
[1659] A letter of the officers of the Army in Scotland under the commander in chief there, to the officers of the Army in England.
Scotland. Parliament. / [1647] A letter of the Parliament of Scotland to both houses of the Parliament of England.: Together with the declaration of the Parliament of Scotland, concerning His Majestie: their desires; and the answer of the Parliament of England.
[1668] A Letter of the Presbyterian ministers in the city of London presented the first of Jan. 1645, to the reverend Assembly of Divines, sitting at Westminster, by authority of Parliament, against toleration : now re-printed with some animadversions thereon.
[1651] A letter of the surrender of Sterling-Castle, vvith 5000 arms, 40 peece of ordnance, provision for 500, men for above a yeare, 30 barrels of claret and strong-water, 26 barrels of powder, all the records of Scotland, with the chaire, cloath, and sword of state, and much furniture of the Kings and Parliament robes. VVith the articles at large for surrender of the same. Published by speciall order.
S. W. / [Printed anno. Dom. 1648] A letter of vnity tending, generally to a peace,: especially to that betweene Presbyterian Independent opinion. Written July 12. 1648
[1697] A Letter on George Keith's advertisement of an intended meeting at Turners-Hall, the 29th of April 1697
[1679] A letter on the subject of the succession:
Lathbury, Thomas, fl. 1650. / [1650] A letter or declaration, sent from the King of Scots, to the Marquess of Ormond: concerning his agreement with the Scots; and his speciall command to the said Marquess for publishing the same to the Irish:: with his protestation touching his former grants. Sent by an express to the city of Paris, to be forthwith printed. Whereunto is annexed; a narrative from Portugal, touching Prince Rupert's designe, to have fired the Parliaments shipping; the manner thereof, the discovery, and a fight that happened on shore, between Prince Rupert and Gen: Blague's men.
Joyce, George, fl. 1647. / [1651] A letter or epistle to all well-minded people in England, Ireland, Wales, and Scotland.: Written by Lieut. Col. Joyce, for the undeceiving of the good people, July 7. 1651. That which moved me hereunto, was a consideration of the evils to come upon those that seek to obstruct justice; fearing least some would bring themselves into a snare, as others have formerly done in the like case.
Hicks, Thomas, 17th cent. / [Anno Domini, 1653] A letter or word of advice to the saints known or unknown. By Thomas Hickes, the elder.:
J. F., fl. 1667-1672. / [1672] A letter out of France, from one of the Duke of Monmouths souldiers, to his friend in London Pontoise, the first of May, 1672.
[1672] A letter out of Holland, dated April 30, stilo novo wherein is shewn the desperate and distracted condition of those countries and people : with a prophecie inclosed, made by one of their own astrologers, who predicts many strange and wonderful things that will happen amongst the states of the United Provinces.
Wagstaffe, Thomas, 1645-1712. / [1694] A letter out of Lancashire to a friend in London, giving some account of the late tryals there together with some seasonable and proper remarks upon it, recommended to the wisdom of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament.
Wagstaffe, Thomas, 1645-1712. / [1694] A letter out of Suffolk to a friend in London giving some account of the last sickness and death of Dr. VVilliam Sancroft late Lord Archbishop of Canterbury.
Maurice, Henry, 1648-1691. / [1689] A letter out of the country to a member of this present Parliament occasioned by a late letter to a member of the House of Commons, concerning the bishops lately in the Tower and now under suspension.
Reeve, John, 1608-1658. / [1653] A letter presented unto Alderman Fouke, Lord Mayor of London, from the two witnesses and prisoners of Jesus Christ in Newgate ... Iohn Reeve and Lodowick Muggleton, the two last spiritual witnesses and true prophets, the only mnisters of the everlasting Gospel ...
Moderate Cavallier. / [Printed ann. Dom. 1647] A letter really written by a moderate Cavallier to an intelligent and moderate Independent of trust and credit in the now marching army.: Occasioned by a discourse between them entertained at London, June 16th concerning the present grand affaire.
[1573] A Letter sent by a gentleman of England to his frende contayning a confutacion of a French mans errors, in the report of the myraculous starre nowe shyninge.
Yorkshire gentleman. / [1642] A letter sent by a Yorkshire gentleman to a friend in London being a full and true relaion of the proceedings betweene His Majesty and the county of York, at Heworth Moore, upon Friday, June 3 : also the most materiall passages of this weeke, from London, Westminster, &c.
Oxford scholler. / [1642] A letter sent by an Oxford scholler to his quondam schoolemaster wherein the Parliament is proved either not to be at all, or to be at Oxford : their pretences detected, some objections answered, and the Kings cause so asserted, that the schoolmasters answer doth acknowledge himselfe convinc't : as also the scholler's reply to that answer, wherein he hath inserted a love-elegie from one of the five members to his paramour and his repulse in her answer.
England and Wales. Army. Council. / [1659] A letter sent by Col. Cobbet from the General Council of Officers to Gen. Monk with his ansvver to the said letter, dated at Edinburgh Octob. 27, 1659 : together with a letter intended to have been sent from the militia of London, to General Monk, and the officers under his command in Scotland.
St. Albans, Henry Jermyn, Earl of, ca. 1604-1684. / [Ian. 26. 1643] A letter sent by Mr. Henry Iarmin, now resident in Paris, to Mr. VVilliam Murrey, of His Majesties Bed-Chamber:: as it was intercepted at sea by Captaine James Morgan, captaine of the good ship, called the Mary-Rose of Bristoll. Wherein is expressed the full and reall intentions of the said Mr. Iarmin, and the other English fugitives in France, against the proceedings of the honourable, the high Court of Parliament here in England.
England and Wales. Parliament. / [1642] A letter sent by order of both Houses of Parliament, to the high sheriffe of every shire, concerning matters of great consequence. Also an order of both Houses of Parliament; concerning such persons as are appointed for gathering of such sums of money in London, as is intended for the reducing of the rebels in Ireland. Ordered by both Houses to be printed.
Rich, Robert, d. 1679. / [1669] The letter sent by Robert Rych to William Bayly and Mary Fisher, called his wife, and to the rest of the Quakers, hearers and followers
I. S. K. / [1641] A letter sent by Sir Iohn Suckling from France, deploring his sad estate and flight:: vvith a discoverie of the plot and conspiracie, intended by him and his adherents against England.
Scotland. Parliament. / [1647] A letter sent by the commissioners of the kingdome of Scotland, to the speakers of both Houses of Parliament, for His Majesties coming to London, to treat with the Houses about the propositions for peace as also a petition of the inhabitants of the city of London, and of severall counties and corporations, in conformity to that letter.
Ismåa‘åil, Sultan of Morocco, d. 1727. / [1682] A letter sent by the Emperor of Morocco and King of Fez to His Majesty of Great Britain, and delivered by his embassador in January, 1681
[1590] A letter sent by the French King unto Monsieur de le Verune Liefetenant for his Maiestie at Caen in Normandie, concerning the most happy victory which he obtained against the Leaguers and rebels in his kingdome, vpon the 14. daie of March last past, according to the Romane computation. Wherein is effectually set forth the truth of the Kings proceeding to the said Battaile, and the true number of both the armies, and of those that were drowned, and taken prisoners in the same. Whereunto is adioyned the late agréement of the Lordes and states assembled in the court of Parliament, holden in Normandie since the said fourtéenth daie of March. 1590. / Truely translated according to the French coppie.
Mehmed IV, Sultan of the Turks, 1642-1693. / [1687] A letter sent by the Grand Visier to the Duke of Lorrain, in his camp at Zaluock, on the eighteenth of September, 1687 in which he earnestly entreats for peace.
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.
[the .iiii. of Ianuarye. Anno Do. M. D. LIIII. 1554] A letter sent from a banished minister of Iesus Christ vnto the faithfull Christian flocke in England, most necessary and co[m]fortable to al such, as be burthened with persecucion or heauinesse of mynde for the Gospel and testimonye of Iesu.
[1642] A Letter sent from a countrey gentleman to a friend, a member of the House of Commons concerning the taking of Marleborough : of the disorders of the Parliament souldiers : perswading to an accomodation.
R. G. / [1649] A letter sent from a gentleman in The Hague, to a noble and loyal earl in Scotland.:
Private gentleman. / [Ann. Dom. 1642] A letter sent from a private gentleman to a friend in London, in justification of his owne adhereing to His Majestie in these times of distraction: with arguments induceing him thereunto, both from the law of God and man.
England and Wales. Parliament. / [Octob. 11, 1642] A letter sent from both Houses of Parliament to His Excellence the Earle of Essex lord generall of the army for the King and Parliament also certain articles which passed between the King and both Houses : with the resolution and protestation of the county of Yorke and Lincolne to stand for the King and Parliament to maintain the true Protestant religion.
Lilburne, John, 1614?-1657. / [1643] A letter sent from Captaine Lilburne,: to divers of his friends, citizens, and others of good account in London, wherein he fully expresseth the misery of his imprisonment, and the barbarous usage of the Cavaliers towards him. Desiring them (if it were possible) to use some means for his releasement.
Desborough, John, 1608-1680. / [1659] A letter sent from Col. John Disbrowe, dated December 29. 1659. Superscribed, to the Right Honorable, the Speaker of the Parliament of this Common-wealth, these present, at Westminster. Read in Parliament, December 30. 1659.
Lockhart, William, Sir, fl. 1621-1676. / [1659 i.e. 1660] A letter sent from Col. VVill. Lockhart, dated at Dunkirk, Decemb. 31. 1659.: Superscribed, for the Right Honourable, William Lenthall, Esq; Speaker of the Parliament of the Common-wealth of England. Read in Parliament, January 3. 1659.
Whalley, Edward, d. 1675? / [1647] A letter sent from Col: VVhaley, being commanded by the King to declare His Maiesties great dislike of a late pamphlet scandalous to his Majesty: being intituled, His Majesties declaration to all his loving subjects, touching his inclination for peace, dated the 27. of August 1647. The which pamphlet, his Majesty utterly disavows, as being published without his knowledge or consent.
Ker, Gilbert, Colonel. / [1649] A letter sent from Collonel Gilbert Ker, Lieutenant Col. Hacket, and Lieutenant Col. Strachan, to the Committe of Estates of the Kingdome of Scotland, May 9. 1649.
England and Wales. Army. / [1647] A letter sent from His Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax, and the chief commanders in the army, to the right honourable the lord major, aldermen, and common-councell of the city of London:
[1659 i.e. 1660] A letter sent from Ireland, dated at Dublin Decemb. 15. 1659. Superscribed, for the Right Honourable William Lenthall, Esq; speaker to the Parliament, these. To be communicated to the rest of the honourable members of Parliament at Westminster. Read in Parliament, January 5. 1659. Ordered by the Parliament, that this letter be forthwith printed and published. Thomas St Nicholas, clerk of the Parliament.
Cromwell, Oliver, 1599-1658. / [1648] A letter sent from Lieutenant Generall Cromwel to the Marquis of Argyle and Generall Lesley, and his protestation concerning the Scottish forces, under the command of Gen. Monro; and the marching of the English army into that kingdom under the conduct of the said Lieuten. Generall Cromwel, and Colonell Generall Lambert. Also, the resolution of the said Gen. Monro, touching Lieut. Gen. Cromwels entring into Scotland, and a great victory obtained by him; with the number killed and taken prisoners. Likewise, the declaration of the said Lieut. Generall Cromwell, to his army, and his directions to every colonell, concerning their proceedings against Monro. Commanded to be published throughout the army, by every captain of each respective troop or company. Signed, O. Crumwell.
Browne, Richard, Sir, 1602?-1669. / [1644. i.e. 1645] A letter sent from Major-generall Brown, to His Excellency the Earle of Essex. Containing, a true relation of a great victory obtained against the Kings forces neere Abingdon, upon Saturday last, Janu. 11. 1644. Where Sir Henry Gage governour of Oxford, and divers others, of note and quality, were slaine. Januar. 14. 1644. It is his Excellencies pleasure that this letter be forthwith printed and published. Jo. Baldwin, secretary to his Excellency.
[1622] A letter sent from Maynhem concerning the late defeate giuen the Duke of Brunswicke by Monsieur Tilley Whereunto is added a couranto of other newes from Vienna, Prague, the Palatinate and other places this 20. of Iune. 1622.
[Printed in the year 1648] A letter sent from Newport to a gentleman in London accidentally intercepted. VVherein is generally discoursed, what probably will be the successe of this present treaty.
Parker, John, Gentleman. / [1642] A letter sent from one Mr. Parker a gentleman, dwelling at upper Wallop in Hampshire, to his friend a gentleman in London, wherein is related some remarkable passages there, as of a battell fought betweene the inhabitauts [sic] of the county, and of the cavaliers, about the settle ment of the militia, and commission of array. August 14. Also a speech as it was delivered word for word by the major of Southhamton to the high sheriffe and gentlemen of the said county concerning the militia; declaring his resolution, and his encouragement to the inhabitants to stand for the defence of true religion, the Kings prerogative, and priviledges of Parliament. Also a relation of a robbery committed by the cavalieres, and how they robbed two gentlemen of good quality within three miles of VVinchester, and tooke from them about fourescore pounds in gold and tenne pounds in silver, and how at last they were taken at a place cald Runsey, and sent to Winchester Iayle where they lye in expectation of the rigor of the law for their notorious robbery. Together with a letter to Mr. Speaker, from the county of Essex concerning the militia. Ordered that this be forthwith printed and published. Hen. Elsing Cler. Par. De. Com.
[1647] A letter sent from several agitators of the Army to their respective regiments:: viz. the generals lieut. generals commissary generals Col. Harrisons Col. Hortons Col. Fleetwoods Col. Lilburns Col. Whaleys. Wherein is discovered the ground of the present differences between them and the General Councel, concerning the King; and the establishment of common right and freedom, for all people in this kingdom. With a true account of the proceedings of the General Councel thereupon.
Scotland. Parliament. / [1660] A letter sent from the Commissioners of Scotland, to his Excellency the Lord General Monck, in the behalf of themselves and the whole nation.: From Edenburgh the third day of March, 1660.
France. Sovereign (1643-1715 : Louis XIV) / [1652] A letter sent from the court of his Royal Maiesty the King of France in the behalf and defence of the King of Scots: with his declaration and protestation thereupon, in the presence of God, angels, and men. Also, the articles of peace and unity agreed upon between the Kings most excellent Majesty, and their Royal Highnesses, the Duke of Orleans, and the Prince of Conde. / Subscribed, Lovis Rex. With the new rising of the Scots, their declaring against the Parliament, and the burning of 100 houses in Glascow.
Strafford, Thomas Wentworth, Earl of, 1593-1641. / [Anno Domini, 1641] A letter sent from the Earle of Strafford to his lady in Ireland, a little before his death: May 11. 1641.: Together vvith a speech of Mr. Plydell Esquire concerning the church; Feb. 8. 1641.
[1642] A Letter sent from the inhabitants of Hull to the right worshipfull, the High Sheriffe and the rest of the gentry in the county of Yorke now attending His Sacred Maiesties pleasure
England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I) / [1642] A letter sent from the Kings Majestie to the Lords of his Privie Covncell of the Kingdome of Scotland
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1612-1671. / [1659 i.e. 1660] A letter sent from the Lord Fairfax, &c. Dated at Popleton, January 1. 1659. Superscribed, for the Right Honourable William Lenthall, Esq; speaker to the Parliament, these. Read in Parliament, January 6. 1659. Ordered by the Parliament, that this letter be forthwith printed and published. Thomas St Nicholas, clerk of the Parliament.
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1641. i.e. 1642] A letter sent from the Lords of the Councell in Ireland, to the high court of Parliament here in England assembled.: Delivered to the Lords, by the Lord Dungarvan, eldest son to the Earl of Corke, on Tuesday the 15. of March. 1641. Wherein are many passages worthy the readers observation As also the names of those lords who have adventured all their estates, for the defence of the Protestant religion in Ireland.
[June 17, 1642] A letter sent from the maior burgesses and other inhabitants of the towne of Hull to the right worshipfull the high sheriffe, and the rest of the gentrey and freeholders in the county of Yore [sic] now to attend His Majestie on Heyworth Moore, Iune 3, 1642 with the protestation of the gentry, freeholders and other inhabitants in the of the county of Yorke against a petition drawne up in the name of that county, dated Iune 3, 1642.
Pinck, Robert, 1573-1647. / [1642] A letter sent from the Provost Vice-Chancellour of Oxford, to the Right Honourable the Earle of Pembrooke Lord Chancellour of Oxford.: Together with His Lordships ansvver to the said letter. Ordered by the Lords and Commons in Parliament, that this letter and answer be forthwith printed and published: H. Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.
Christina, Queen of Sweden, 1626-1689. / [1652] A letter sent from the Queen of Sweden to the King of France touching, the affairs of that kingdome, and the King of Scots with her Majesties desires and gracious promise thereupon.: Also a message from the states of Holland to his Majesty concerning the peace of that kingdome, and the United Provinces. With a perfect abstract and narrative of the whole proceedings and transaction of affairs, between the French and Dutch, in relation to the Commonwealth of England, and the King and Crown of Spain.
Warwick, Robert Rich, Earl of, 1587-1658. / [1642] A letter sent from the Right Honorable Robert Earle of Warwik, admirall of the sea;: to Mr. Iohn Pim, Esquire; and by him presented by both House of Parliament, Iuly 6, 1642. Mercurii, 6 Iulii. 1642. Ordered by the Lords in Parliament, that this letter be forthwith printed and published. Jo. Brown. Cleric. Parliamentorum.
Fairfax, Ferdinando Fairfax, Baron, 1584-1648. / [April 19. 1644] A letter sent from the right honorable the Lord Fairfax, to the committee of both kingdoms: concerning the great victory, lately obtained (by Gods blessing) at Selby in York-shire. Wherein is more exactly set forth the manner of performing that gallant service, then hath been published in former relations. Together with a list of the commanders that were there taken prisoners. Ordered by the Commons in Parliament, that this letter, with the list, and the order for Thanksgiving on Tuesday next, be printed and published: H: Elsynge, Cler. Parl.D. Com.
Warwick, Robert Rich, Earl of, 1587-1658. / [June 18. 1644] A letter sent from the Right Honorable, Robert Earl of Warwick: to the Right Honorable, the speaker to the House of Peers:: concerning the present state and condition, with the manner of the raising of the siege, of Lyme: with a relation of divers other remarkable passages concerning the Queen, the Prince, and the Lord Hopton, with the delivering up of Weymouth to the Parliament. Printed according to order.
Warwick, Robert Rich, Earl of, 1587-1658. / [1642?] A letter sent from the right honourable Robert, Earl of Warwick, Admirall of the sea to M. John Pym, Esq., and presented to both houses of Parliament, July 6, 1642.
[1648] A letter sent from the state of Holland to the Right Honorable, the Lord Major [sic] of the City of London, concerning a most horrid conspiracy of treason, against the king and kingdom; and a discovery of the new counterfeit English gold ... The proceedings of the Prince of VVales in Holland, and the declaration and proposals of his councell at war ... Also, a bloudy fight in Yorkshire ... and Duke Hamiltons letter to Scotland.
[1652] A letter sent from the states of Holland to the King of Scots, imploring his personal residence and assistance: with their desires, propositions, engagement, and promise; agreed upon at a general councel held at the Hague, the 23 of this instant July; and presented by the Lord Boretz. Signed, A. Beauchurst. Also, His titular Majesties answer thereunto; and the great preparations at the Hague for his Royal entertainment. With the declaration of Lieut. Col. John Lilburn touching the same. Published throughout the United Provinces.
Wilde, John, 1590-1669. / [July 18. 1642] A letter sent from [brace] Mr. Sergeant Wilde, and Humphrey Salwey, [brace] Esq; both members of the House of Commons, to the Honorable, William Lentall Esquior, Speaker of the House of Commons;: concerning divers passages at the quarter sessions in Worcester, about the execution of the commission of array, and the ordinance of the militia: at which sessions was the greatest assembly that hath been seen for many yeers past. Together with the humble petition of the grand-jury-men of that sessions to the knights, and justices of that county; wherein it appears they are well satisfied of the illegality of the commission of array; with their desires of the speedy execution of the militia, by them who are intrusted therewith. Read in the House of Commons, and ordered by them to be forthwith printed and published. H. Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.
Hughes, Lewes, fl. 1620. / [1615] A letter, sent into England from the Summer Ilands. VVritten by Mr. Lewes Hughes, preacher of Gods Word there. 1615.
J. G. / [Imprinted in the yeare, 1649] A letter sent into France to the Lord Duke Buckingham His Grace of a great miracle wrought by a piece of handkerchefe, dipped in His Majesties bloud. The truth whereof, he himself saw, and is ready to depose it, and doth believe will be attested by 500. others, if occasion requires.
Hans Hue-and-Cry, Van Hang-and-Draw. / [1642] A letter sent out of Holland from Hans Hue-& Cry, van Hang-&-draw, the executioner;: to his trusty and ill-beloved friend, Gregory the second, son of the destinies, terror to treason, arch-arme-strong of the axe, knight of the noose, ruler of the rope, and lord of the triple territory. With his letter sent in answer, treating deepe and dangerously of affaires in State. September 28. and October 4.
Stopford, Joshua, 1636-1675. / [Printed in the year 1675] A letter sent to a friend containing some reflections upon a late book intituled, The Roman church vindicated, and M.S. convicted of a false witnesse against her. Wherein is declar'd, that the Pope may excommunicate and depose Kings according to the judgement of their greatest doctors, decrees and practices of several Popes, and Canons of their most approved councils; and the author convicted of most notorious falsities, &c. By J.S. B.D.
[1690?] A Letter sent to Dr. Tillotson several months ago and now made publick by reason the author has not heard of any discourse publish'd since in answer.
Nichols, Henry, fl. 1660. / [1659 i.e. 1660] A letter sent to General Monk, to St. Albons the 29 of January.: VVherein the antient government of England founded upon Magna Charta, and the Petition of Right, is vindicated and proved to be a popular and free commonwealth; all the marks of soveraignty being in the people. Together vvith an expedient for admitting the Members excluded in 48, and composing all differences, and setling the nation upon a sure basis of peace.
[1646] A letter sent to George Wither, poetica licentia Esquire, by a plain dealing friend of his to prevent his future pseudography.
Honorable member of the House of Commons. / [1643] A letter sent to His Majestie, from a honorable member of the House of Commons: Munday the 27. of February.: Concerning the great affaires and distractions of this kingdome.
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [MDCXLII 1642] A letter sent to His Majestie, from the Lords justices, and councell in Ireland, April 23. 1642.: Concerning His Majesties resolution to go into Ireland.
Bradford, John, 1510?-1555. / [Anno Domini. 1548 i.e. 1584?] A letter sent to Master A.B. from the most godly and learned preacher I.B. in which is set forth the authoritie of parentes vpon their children, for gyuing of correction vnto them.
[July 28. 1642.] A Letter sent to Master Speaker, from the knights, esquires, gentry, and freeholders of the county of Lincoln. For the presenting of their petition to the honorable House of Commons, now in Parliament assembled..
Streater, Aaron, b. 1609 or 10. / [Printed in the yeare, MDCXLII 1642] A letter sent to my lord maior. And his venerable bretheren:: by no athist, no papist, no Arminian, no Anabaptist, no Familist, no separatist, or Brownist; but an honest beleeving Protestant, and that because that separatist otherwise called Brownist, was in many mens account said and held to be worse then papist. Written by A. S.
[July 8. 1648] A letter sent to the Earl of Warwick, from the captain, officers, and company of His Majesties ship called the Lyon,: declaring their resolution for the service of the Parliament, with the Earl of Warwicks answer thereunto. 7 Julii, 1648. Ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliameut [sic], that this letter from Sir George Ayscue, and the Lord Admirals answer to it, be forthwith printed. H: Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.
Cromwell, Oliver, 1599-1658. / [MDCL 1650] A letter sent to the General Assembly of the kirke of Scotland: by Oliver Cromwell Lord Generall of the army of the Common-wealth of England now in Scotland &c.
[October 29. 1644] A letter sent to the Honourable William Lenthall, Esquire, Speaker of the House of Commons, wherein is truely related the great victory obtained by Gods blessing, by the Parliaments army, against the Kings forces, neer Newbery, on Sunday the 27. of this present October.: VVhich letter was read in the House of Commons, and ordered to be printed. Hen. Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.
Fox, Margaret Askew Fell, 1614-1702. / [1666] A letter sent to the King from M.F. here is also thereunto annexed a paper written unto the magistrates in 1664, which was then printed, and should have been dispersed, but was prevented by wicked hands / by M.F.
Worthy Gentleman in Sir Thomas Fairfax His Army. / [Iuly 22. 1645] A letter sent to the Right Honourable William Lenthall Esquire, Speaker to the Honourable House of Commons: concerning the routing of Col: Gorings army neer Bridgewater. With a list of the names of the officers that were taken prisoners at Langport. / By a worthy gentleman in Sir Tho: Fairfax his army. Published by authority.
Worthy Gentleman in Sir Thomas Fairfax His Army. / [Iuly 10. 1645] A letter sent to the Right Honourable William Lenthall, Esquire, Speaker to the Honourable House of Commons: concerning the raising of the siege of Taunton by the Parliaments forces. / By a worthy gentleman in Sir Thomas Fairfax his army. Ordered that the Commons assembled in Parliament, that this letter be forthwith printed and published. H: Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.
England and Wales. Army. Council. / [1647] A letter sent to the Right Honourable, the Lord Mayor, aldermen, and the Common Councel of the City of London, Iune. 10. By His Excellencie T. Fairfax. O. Crumwell T. Hammond H. Ireton T. Rainsborough H. Waller. [brace] N. Rich. R. Hammond R. Lilburn, T. Pride, T. Hewson. I. Disborow.
[May 5. 1643] A Letter sent to the Right Worshipfull, William Lenthall Esquire, speaker in the Commons House of Parliament, from the major of Bristoll and others, whose names are hereunto subscribed. Intimating the free benevolence of the city of Bristoll, for the relief of the Protestants in Ireland. Ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that this letter be forthwith printed and published. Hen: Elsynge Cler. Parl. D. Com.
Muggleton, Lodowick, 1609-1698. / [1665] A letter sent to Thomas Taylor, Quaker, in the year 1664 in answer to many blasphemous sayings of his in several pieces of paper and in the margent of a book ... / by Lodowick Muggleton.
[1679] A Letter to a baron of England, relating to the late bill, concerning His Royal Highnesse
Comber, Thomas, 1645-1699. / [1689] A letter to a bishop concerning the present settlement and the new oaths
[Printed, Anno Angliæ Salutis primo, 1689] A Letter to a citizen of London from his friend in the country to which is added, an abstract of Mr. Papillon's trial.
Friend at the Hague. / [1688] A letter to a dissenter from his friend at the Hague concerning the penal laws and the test, shewing that the popular plea for liberty of conscience is not concerned in that question.
Halifax, George Savile, Marquis of, 1633-1695. / [1687] A letter to a dissenter, upon occasion of His Majesties late gracious declaration of indulgence
[1698] A letter to a foreigner, on the present debates about a standing army
[1691] A letter to a friend.
[1689?] A letter to a friend
A. B. / [1684] A letter to a friend being an historical account of the affairs of Hungary, more particularly relating to Buda and how treacherously it was surpized by Solyman the Magnificent from the Christians Anno 1541 : as also an account of the late siege anno 1684.
[1697] A letter to a friend concerning credit, and how it may be restor'd to the Bank of England being the original of a copy lately published, whereni [sic] were many alterations and additions that are not in this / now published by the author.
Allix, Pierre, 1641-1717. / [1693] A letter to a friend concerning the behaviour of Christians under the various revolutions of state-governments
R. E. / [1700] A letter to a friend concerning the bill for resuming the forfeited estates in Ireland.:
[1697] A Letter to a friend concerning the credit of the nation and with relation to the present Bank of England as now establish'd by act of Parliament / written by a member of the said corporation for the publick good of the kingdom.
[1681] A Letter to a friend concerning the East India trade
I. F. / [1687] A letter to a friend concerning the late answers to a letter to the dissenter
[1700?] A Letter to a friend concerning the partition treaty
[1693] A Letter to a friend concerning the present state of affairs
R. C. / [1690] A letter to a friend concerning usury wherein are mentioned all the arguments formerly written for and against the abatement of interest / collected out of four tracts on that subject, one by Sir Thomas Culpeper, Senior, in 1621, another by Sir Thomas Culpeper, Junior, in 1668, the third by Sir Josiah Child in 1668, and the fourth by Mr. Thomas Manley in 1669, by R.C.
[1690?] A letter to a friend in ansvver to the enquiry into the present state of affairs.
[1687] A Letter to a friend in answer to A letter to a dissenter upon occasion of His Majesties late gracious declaration of indulgence.
[MDCXCV 1695] A Letter to a friend in the country
J. P., 17th cent. / [1681] A letter to a friend in the country being a vindication of the Parliaments whole proceedings this last session : with the state of the plot and manner of its discovery.
[1679?] A Letter to a friend in the country concerning His Grace the Duke of Buckingham
[1681] A Letter to a friend in the country concerning the prorogation of the Parliament on Munday Jan. the 10th, 1680/81
[1698] A Letter to a friend in the country concerning the use of instrumental musick in the worship of God in answer to Mr. Newte's sermon preach'd at Tiverton in Devon on the occasion of an organ being erected in that parish-church.
[1696] A letter to a friend in the country Giving an account of the proceedings of the election of Parliament-men for the city of London, &c.
[1680?] A Letter to a friend in the country touching the present fears and jealousies of the nation and how they arise
[1681] A Letter to a friend occasioned by my Lord Howard of Escricks letter to his friend with his protestation at the receiving the Blessed Sacrament in the Tower, July 3, 1681.
[1679] A Letter to a friend shewing from Scripture, Fathers, and reason, how false that state-maxim is, royal authority is originally and radically in the people.
[1690] A Letter to a friend upon the dissolution of the late Parliament, and the calling of a new one together with a list of those that were against making the Prince and Princess of Orange, King and Queen.
A. B. / [1700] A letter to a friend with remarks upon two pamphlets lately published, in defence of tritheism viz. A brief enquiry by J. T. and The Socinian slain by J.H.
[1679] A letter to a friend, about the late proclamation on the 11th of December, 1679, for further proroguing the Parliament till the 11th of November next ensuing
[1689] A letter to a friend, advising in this extraordinary juncture, how to free the nation from slavery forever.
[1689] A letter to a friend, advising in this extraordinary juncture, how to free the nation from slavery forever.
[1696] A letter to a friend, concerning a late pamphlet, entituled, Angliæ tutamen, or, The safety of England being an account of the banks, lotteries, mines, divings, drawings, liftings, and other engines, and many pernicious projects now on foot, tending to the destruction of trade and commerce, and the impoverishing this realm : with reflections thereupon, of great import to all sorts of people.
[1697] A letter to a friend, in vindication of the proceedings against Sir John Fenwick, by Bill of Attainder, with some remarks on his printed paper
P. / [1681] A letter to a friend, reflecting upon the present condition of this nation and demonstrating an exclusion of His Royal Highness from the succession, to be unlawful and unjust.
Manby, Peter, d. 1697. / [1688] A letter to a friend, shewing the vanity of this opinion that every mans sense and reason is to guide him in matters of faith.
Troughton, John, 1637?-1681. / [1678] A letter to a friend, touching Gods providence about sinful actions In answer to a letter entituled, The reconcileableness of Gods prescience, &c. And to the postscript of that letter. By J.T.
A. C. / [printed in the yeare M.DC.XLV. 1645] A letter to a friend. Shewing, the illegall proceedings of the two houses of Parliament and observing God's aversenesse to their actions. Which caused the authours returne to the king and his alleagiance.
Broughton, Hugh, 1549-1612. / [1612] A letter to a friende, touching Mardochai his age which helpeth much to holde the trueth, for that chiefe prophecie of our saluation in Gabriels seuenties: which shew, that most exactly 490, yeeres after the angels speach, Christ the most holy should be killed, to giue life. Dan 9.23.
[printed 1690] A letter to a gentleman about the election of members for the county of Cambridg to serve in this present Parliament; with some reflections upon a late libellous paper entituled, A letter to a friend upon the dissolving of the late Parliament, and the calling of a new one; together with a list of those who were against making the Prince and Princess of Orange King and Queen. Which Reflections are made to warn all their Majesties good subjects, on this occasion of the malice and scandal of the said libel.
[1689] A letter to a gentleman at Brussels, containing an account of the causes of the peoples revolt from the crown
Wagstaffe, Thomas, 1645-1712. / [1694] A letter to a gentleman elected a knight of the shire to serve in the present Parliament
[1695] A Letter to a gentleman in the commission of the peace exciting him to the performance of his part in executing the late act against profane cursing and swearing.
[1696] A letter to a gentleman in the country concerning the price of guineas
Jenks, Benjamin, 1646-1724. / [1690] A letter to a gentleman of note, guilty of common swearing recommended now to all such of that rank as are under the same guilt, and fit to be perused by all Their Majesties good subjects that would please both God and the king, in helping to suppress this crying sin / by B.J.
Pacifick Christian. / [1690] A letter to a gentleman touching the treatise entituled, Two hundred queries concerning the doctrine of the revolution of humane souls and its conformity to the truths of Christianity / by a pacifick Christian, a member of the Catholick Church, tho not of the Roman synagogue falsely so called.
[1696] A Letter to a gentleman upon occasion of some new opinions in religion
[1698] A letter to a gentleman, upon a royal fishery, a council of trade, and a national fishery
Stephens, Edward, d. 1706. / [after 1695] A letter to a lady concerning the due improvement of her advantages of celibacie, portion, and maturity of age and judgment : which may serve indifferently for men under the same circumstances.
Darrell, William, 1651-1721. / [1688] A letter to a Lady from William Darrell ... ; wherein he desires a conference with the gentleman who writ her a letter furnishing her with Scripture testimonies against the principal points and doctrine of popery.
Barecroft, Charles. / [1688] A letter to a lady furnishing her with Scripture testimonies against the principal points and doctrines of popery
N. N. / [1698?] A letter to a lord concerning a bill to incorporate the old East-India Company
[1692] A Letter to a lord, in answer to a late pamphlet, entituled, The causes of the present fears and dangers of the government in a discourse between a lord lieutenant and one of his deputies.
[1699] A Letter to a member of Parliament concerning guards and garrisons
[1696] A letter to a member of Parliament concerning the Bank of Scotland and the lowering of interest of money
[1699] A letter to a member of Parliament concerning the four regiments commonly called Mariners
J. B. / [1700] A letter to a member of Parliament concerning the suppression of piracy
Person of honour. / [1689] A letter to a member of Parliament for liberty of conscience by a person of honour.
[1700] A Letter to a member of Parliament now in the country upon the occasion of the sermon preached before the Honourable the House of Commons at St. Margaret's Westminster, Jan. 30th, and lately publish'd which letter is contained a just and seasonable and too necessary vindication of K. Charles I, and of all the kings of England that ever were before him or shall be after him and of the English monarchy.
S. R. / [1696?] A letter to a member of Parliament, from his friend at Oxford: concerning the settling gold and silver: offering some reasons for the advancing of silver at this present season; and settling guinea's.
N. N. / [1689] A letter to a member of Parliament, in favour of the bill for uniting Protestants
[1695] A letter to a member of Parliament, occasion'd by the votes of the House of Commons against their late Speaker, and others
Houghton, Thomas, Gent. / [1697] A letter to a member of Parliament: shewing how probably the credit of the nation may be speedily raised And not only the publick debts made good without present money, but render'd serviceable to the publick, and a means to free others as well as the creditors from the difficulties that the deficiencies of funds, and scarcity of coin have occasioned.
[1690?] A Letter to a member of the Committee of Grievances containing some seasonable reflections on the present administration of affairs since managed by Dutch councils.
[1689] A letter to a member of the high and honorable court of Parliament, concerning the British monarchy proving it not to be despotical and arbitrary, but limited and moderated by Parliamentary government, and the fundamental laws of the nation. And that the oath of allegiance is due to their most serene majesties, the present king and queen, notwithstanding any former oath made to the late king. Licens'd according to order.
[1697] A letter to a member of the Honourable House of Commons in answer to three queries : I. Whether there is no other cause of our want of bullion and coin, but the clipping of our money, and the expence of the war, II. Whether it is possible to manage the trade of the nation without a supply in specie, equal to what we have lost, III. Whether a forc'd credit can be an expedient under our present circumstances : with some other remarks, in relation to our own, and foreign manufacturies.
[printed in the year 1660] A letter to a Member of the Honourable House of Commons, speaking his humble desires of the receiving the King, without dishonourable conditions, according to his just rights, and the confirming the antient privileges of Parliament, and the liberty and propriety of the subjects according to the known fundamental laws of the nation:
[1699?] A Letter to a member of the House of Commons concerning the proceedings against the bishop of St. David's.
Lover of his country. / [printed, 1647] A letter to a member of the House of Commons in answer to a book entituled A letter to the Catholicks of England, Ireland, Scotland, and all other his Majesties, &c. / written by a lover of his country.
[1698] A letter to a member of the House of Commons on a proposal for regulating and advancing the woollen manufactory, &c. given to the members at the Commons door, the 25th of January, 1697/8.
[Printed in the year 1700] A letter to a Member of the late Parliament, concerning the debts of the nation
[1668] A Letter to a member of this present Parliament, for liberty of conscience
Friend at Oxford. / [Printed, 1643] A letter to a noble lord at London from a friend at Oxford: vpon occasion of the late covenant taken by both houses.
L. S. / [1681] A letter to a noble peer of the realm, about his late speech and petition to His Majesty:
Sabran, Lewis, 1652-1732. / [1687] A letter to a peer of the Church of England clearing a point touched in a sermon preached at Chester, before His Most Sacred Majesty, on the 28th of August, in answer to a post-script joyned unto the answer to Nubes testium.
[Printed in the Year, 1699] A Letter to a person of quality concerning the archbishop of Canterbury's sentence of deprivation against the bishop of St. Davids.
Bagshaw, Edward, 1629-1671. / [Printed in the year, 1663] A letter to a person of quality written by Mr. Edward Bagshaw, the day before his commitment close-prisoner to the gatehouse.
Du Moulin, Peter, 1601-1684. / [printed in the year 1668] A letter to a person of quality, concerning the fines received by the church at its restoration, wherein, by the instance of one of the richest cathedrals a very fair guess may be made at the receipts and disbursements of all the rest. By a prebend of the Church of Canterbury
R. S. / [1688?] A letter to a person of quality, occasion'd by the news of the ensuing Parliament
Cage, Tobias. / [1678] A letter to a person of quality, occasioned by a printed libel, entituled, The cause of the difference between Tobias Cage esquire, and Mary his wife stated by the said Mary in a letter to a gentleman, for her own vindication: the design, malice, and falshood whereof is hereby detected with proofs by persons of value, on oath, and otherwise.
[1681] A letter to a person of quality, occasioned by the burning of Sir John Presbyter, in the Deans Yard Westminster, Novemb. 5. 1681. To the L.B.R. D.W.
[1689?] A Letter to a reverend minister of the Gospel of the Presbyterian perswasion Edinburgh, 4th March, 1689.
[1686] A Letter to a virtuous lady to disswade her from her resolution of being a nun
[1698] A letter to A, B, C, D, E, F, &c. concerning their argument about a standing army examining their notions of the supposed Gothick or other ballance, by the constitution and interest of the English monarchy.
[1695?] A Letter to an eminent member of Parliament about the present rate of guineas and the influence they will have on our expected new money.
R. W. / [1700] A letter to an honourable member of Parliament concerning the great growth of popery, and the treasonable practices of the Romish bishops and priests at this time in England
R. W. / [1700] A letter to an honourable Member of Parliament concerning the great growth of popery, and the treasonable practices of the Romish bishops and priests, at this time, in England.
A. B. / [1700] A letter to an honourable member of Parliament, shewing the abuses committed by attornies, sollicitors, &c.: Containing reasons for passing a bill for the regulation and retrenchment of that profession.
[1679] A letter to an honourable member of the House of Commons, in the vindication of the Protestant Reformed Church, as established by law, in opposition to the superstitious and idolatrous Church of Rome
P. F. / [Printed in the year, 1679] A letter to both Houses of Parliament on the subject of their present proceedings against the Roman Catholicks of England.
Lowth, Simon, 1630?-1720. / [1685] A letter to Dr. Bvrnet occasioned by his late letter to Mr. Lowth.
Philotheus. / [1680] A letter to Dr. du Moulin, containing a charitable reproof for his schismatical book entituled, A short and true account of the several advances the Church of England hath made towards Rome, &c. to which are added Some seasonable words to Mr. Richard Baxter.
Meredith, Edward, 1648-1689? / [1687] A letter to Dr. E.S. concerning his late letter to Mr. G. and the account he gives in it of a conference between Mr. G. and himself from one who was present at the conference.
Harris, John, 1667?-1719. / [1697] A letter to Dr. Tancred Robinson, in answer to some passages in his to Mr. VVotton, relating to Mr. Harris's remarks on some late papers, &c.
Grascome, Samuel, 1641-1708. / [1689] A letter to Dr. W. Payne
Sabran, Lewis, 1652-1732. / [1688] A letter to Dr. William Needham, in answer to the third letter by him licensed written to Father Lewis Sabran of the Society of Jesus, wherein the said letter is examined and confuted
Lowth, Simon, 1630?-1720. / [1687] A letter to Edw. Stillingfleet, D.D. &c. in answer to the epistle dedicatory before his sermon, preached at a publick ordination at St. Peter's Cornhil, March 15, 1684/5 together with some reflections upon certain letters, which Dr. Burnet wrote on the same occasion / by Simon Lowth ...
[1684] A Letter to Ferguson or any other the suppos'd author of a late scandalous libel entituled An elogie upon Sir Tho. Armstrong : from one that heartily wishes them what they deserve.
Morris, Richard, fl. 1660. / [1659 i.e. 1660] A letter to General Monck,: in answer to his of the 23th of January, directed to Mr. Rolle, to be communicated to the gentlemen of the county of Devon· By one of the excluded Members of Parliament.
[1696] A letter to George Keith, concerning his late religious differences with William Pen and his party. By a moderate churchman
Misonebulonides, Philoeusebias. / [1682] A letter to Hilton, the grand informer in answer to his several late printed libels.
Bray, William, 17th cent. / [Anno Dom. 1647 i.e., 1648] A letter to His Excellencie Sir Thomas Fairfax from Captaine Lieutenant Bray, concerning the charge and proceedings against him at a Councell of Warre, about the late differences in the Armie. With some strange discoveries or predictions by the said Capt. Leiut. Bray, in relation to the Generall, and some eminent Commanders of the Armie. Also a Letter of the Parliaments Commissioners, presenting the 4. bills to his Majesty, at the Isle of Wight, and his Majesties answer to the same. Together with the Declaration of the Commissioners of Scotland to his Majesty, against the 4. bills presented by the Parliaments Commissioners. Also a true relation of the designe and mutynie in the Isle of Wight, for carrying away of the King, the prevention thereof, and the Order of Parliament for securing hia [sic] Majesties person in Caresbrook Castle.
Maudit, John. / [1660] A letter to His Excellency the Lord General Monk containing the instrumental causes of the ruine of governments and Common-wealths,: with as advertisement of our present danger by a forrein invasion.
Croke, Unton. / [1654. i.e. 1655] A letter to his highness the Lord Protector from Captain Unton Crooke, signifying the totall defeat of the Cavaliers in the west, under the command of Sir Joseph Wagstaffe. Published by his highness special commandment.
Scotland. Privy Council. / [1680] A letter to his majesty from his Privy Council in Scotland
Stephens, William, d. 1718. / [1699] A letter to His Most Excellent Majesty King William III shewing, I, the original foundation of the English monarchy, II, the means by which it was remov'd from that foundation, III, the expedients by which it has been supported since that removal, IV, its present constitution, as to all its integral parts, V, the best means by which its grandeur may be for ever maintain'd.
Connor, Bernard, 1666?-1698. / [1696] A letter to his worthy friend, D.B.M. from Dr. Connor, member of the College of Physicians and Royal Society
[Printed in the year 1697] A letter to J.C. Esq., upon Mr. Toland's book
[1653] A Letter to Leiutenant [sic] Collonel Iohn Lilburn now prisoner in the Tower.
White, George. / [printed, 1689] [A] letter to Mr Nathaniel Tenche in ansvver to a paper publish'd by him, entitul'd, Animadversions upon Mr. George White's reflection on the answer of the East-India-Company, to Mr. Samuel White's two papers; wherein the arbitrary violences committed by the said company on the lives and estates of their fellow-subjects and strangers; together with the present sad condition of their affairs in India, are occasionally intimated.
Popple, William, d. 1708. / [1688] A letter to Mr Penn with his answer.
Tully, T. (Thomas), 1620-1676. / [ann. D. 1675] A letter to Mr Richard Baxter occasioned by several injurious reflexions of his upon a treatise entituled Justificatio Paulina. For the better information of his weake or credulous readers. By Thomas Tully D.D.
Chamberlen, Peter, 1601-1683. / [1650] A letter to Mr. Braine Br. of Divinity concerning an administrator of water-baptisme.
[1691] A letter to Mr. James Parkinson, M.A., in answer to his Examination of Dr. Sherlock's book, entituled, The case of allegiance, &c.
[1652] A letter to Mr. Marriot from a friend of his:: wherein his name is redeemed form that detraction G.F. Gent. hath indeavoured to fasten upon him, by a scandalous and defamatory libell, intituled The great eater of Grayes Inne, or, the life of Mr. Marriot the cormorant, &c.
Tovey, W. / [1682] A letter to Mr. Mead, in answer to several unscriptural, and unsound sayings of his in a sermon against the seventh-day-sabbath, preached at his place of meeting, the twenty third of the second month. 1682. Wrote the same day the sermon was preached, refuting his arguments, and turning them back, making their unskilfulness and weakness manifest; and clearly evidencing, that the seventh-day is the sabbath day; by clear scripture-testimony, and sound arguments grounded thereon. Published for his hearers, because he would neither hear an objection in publick, nor admit of a conference in private.
Everett, George, Shipwright. / [1682] A letter to Mr. Miles Prance, in relation to the murther of Sir Edmond-bury Godfrey,
[1700] A Letter to Mr. Robert Bridgman, George Keith's trophy, in answer to his reasons for leaving the Quaqers [sic]
Stoddon, Samuel. / [1700] A letter to Mr. Robert Burscough, in answer to his Discourse of schism, in which ...
[1672] A letter to Mr. S. a Romish priest concerning the impossibility of the publick establishment of popery here in England. May 19. 1672.
[1692?] A Letter to Mr. Samuel Johnson occasion'd by his argument, proving that the abrogation of King James, &c.
Warwick, Philip, Sir, 1609-1683. / [1646] A letter to Mr. Speaker Lenthall shewing that it were better to comply with His Maiesties offers and desires of peace, then to pursue the destruction of this land in the continuance of this unnatural warre.
Hoby, Edward, Sir, 1560-1617. / [1609] A letter to Mr. T.H. late minister: now fugitiue: from Sir Edvvard Hoby Knight. In answere of his first Motiue
[1647] A letter to Mr. Tho. Edwards: the dedication of the letter to our much suspected friend, Mr. T. Edwards, Scavenger Generall, throughout Great-Britaine, New England, and the united Provinces, chiefly Amsterdam, and Munster, and indeed by vertue of some faire pretences, intermeddler in all the states of Christendome, principally there where any thing of the spirit of Christ in the Saints appeares, trenching upon the honour, dignity, and preferment of the old man. The grand reformer, (alias reducer) of the free born sons of God, into the chaines of the their old Babilonish captivity, under the pretence of a Jus Divinum. At his dwelling in Club Courtbetween the Pope and Prelate, a little on this side the fagot in Smithfield, (or if in his monthely Pilgrimage) in the suburbs of Canterbury, at the knowne house of Mistris Gangrena Triplex, where conscience and he (but for a time we hope) shook hands and had each other farewell. Where he was lately discovered by many eye-witnesses: and where you may be sure at any time to meet with him. Published by authority.
Bagshaw, Edward, 1629-1671. / [1659] A letter to Mr. Thomas Pierce, rector of Brington conteining amongst other things, a brief state of the question about Gods decrees : to which is annexed an exercitation in Latine concerning free-will / by Edward Bagshawe ...
[1700] A letter to S C.M. a member of Parliament from an inhabitant of the island of Barbadoes.
J. W. P. / [1695] A letter to some divines concerning the question, whether God since Christ's ascension, doth any more reveal himself to mankind by the means of divine apparitions? With an exact account of what God hath bestowed upon a noble maid, from her seventh year, until now, MDCXCI. Written originally in High-Dutch, and now set forth in English by the editor of the Laws of paradise, newly published.
[1655] A letter to the admired fraternity of the Order of R.C.
P. M., 17th cent. / [1667?] A letter to the answerer of the apology for the Catholicks
Hickes, George, 1642-1715. / [1689] A letter to the author of a late paper, entituled, A vindication of the divines of the Church of England, &c. in defence of the history of passive obedience.
Wagstaffe, Thomas, 1645-1712. / [1689?] A letter to the author of the late Letter out of the countrey, occasioned by a former Letter to a member of the House of Commons concerning the Bishops lately in the Tower, and now under suspension.
Darrell, William, 1651-1721. / [1687] A letter to the author of the reply to a late paper called A full answer to Dr. Tenison's conferences concerning the Eucharist
Stephens, Edward, d. 1706. / [1692?] A letter to the author of the Vindication of the deprived bishops, in reply to his reasons for the validity of the lay-deprivation of the bishops by the statute of 1 Eliz. c. 1.
Philonomos, Anglicus. / [1688?] A letter to the author of the Vindication of the proceedings of the ecclesiastical commissioners concerning the legality of that court
Philonomos, Anglicus. / [1688?] A letter to the author of the Vindication of the proceedings of the Ecclesiastical Commissioners concerning the legality of that Court by Philonomus Anglicus.
[printed in the year 1666] A Letter to the Bishop of Munster; containing a panegyrick of his heroick atchievments, in heroick verse.
Lowthorp, John, 1658 or 9-1724. / [1690] A letter to the Bishop of Sarum being an answer to his Lordships pastoral letter / from a minister in the countrey.
S. J. / [1699] A letter to the clergy of the diocess of Norfolk and Suffolk wherein they are desired to challenge the Quakers once more to meet them in the face of the country in order to prove which of them are Christ's ministers which may be done according to the method herein laid down with very little disputation and to the great satisfaction of the auditory / by a member of the Church of England.
S. J. / [1699?] A letter to the clergy of the diocess [sic] of Norfolk and Suffolk wherein they are desired to challenge the Quakers once more ... to prove which of them are Christ's ministers, which may be done according to the method herein laid down, with very little disputation ... / by a member of the Church of England.
Church of England. Diocese of Ely. Bishop (1684-1690 : Turner) / [M.DC.LXXXVI 1686] A letter to the clergy of the diœcess of Ely from the Bishop of Ely ; before, and preparatory to his visitation.
Sergeant, John, 1622-1707. / [1688] A letter to the continuator of the present state of our controversy. Laying open the folly of his extravagant boasting and the malice of his willfull forgeries / by John Sergeant.
Howell, James, 1594?-1666. / [Printed in the Yeare, 1647 i.e. 1648] A letter to the Earle of Pembrooke: concerning the times, and the sad condition both of Prince and people.
[April 6. 1646] A letter to the Honoble William Lenthal Esq; Speaker to the Honorable House of Commons, from the commissioners imployed by the Parliament for the reducing of Newark:: together with the summons of the Commissioners of both Kingdoms to the governour, for delivering up of the said town for the use of the King and Parliament. And the governours answer thereunto. Appointed by the Honorable William Lenthal ... to be forthwith printed and published.
Morgan, Thomas, Sir, d. 1679? / [1646] A letter to the Honorable William Lenthal esq; Speaker of the Honorable House of Commons, from Col: Morgan Governor of Glocester, concerning the whole proceedings of the siege before Raglan-Castle. Together with the several summons of the said Colonel to the Earl of Worcester, and the Earls obstinate answers thereunto. VVhich letter and summons were appointed by the Honorable W: Lenthal Esq, Speaker of the Honorable House of Commons to be forthwith printed and published.
Mitton, Thomas, 1597?-1656. / [April 14. 1646] A letter to the Honorable William Lenthal Esq; Speaker to the Honorable House of Commons.: Concerning the surrender of Ruthin-Castle to Colonel Thomas Mitton, Major General of North-Wales. Together with the articles concerning the same. Ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that this letter with the articles be forthwith printed and published. H: Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.
Inchiquin, Murrough O'Brien, Earl of, 1614-1674. / [Sept. 28. 1647] A letter to the Honorable William Lenthal Esquire, speaker of the Honorable House of Commons:: concerning the late successful proceedings of the Lord Inchiquine in the kingdom of Ireland. Ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that this letter be forthwith printed and published. H: Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.
[1688] A Letter to the Honourable Major Slingsby, Lieutenant-Governor of Portsmouth
Veil, Charles-Marie de, 1630-1685. / [1683] A letter to the Honourable Robert Boyle, Esq., defending the divine authority of the Holy Scripture and that it alone is the rule of faith in answer to Father Simon's Critical history of the Old Testament / written by C.M. Du Veil.
Verax, Philanax. / [1685?] A letter to the King when Duke of York, perswading him to return to the Protestant religion wherein the chief errors of the Papists are exposed, and the tendency of their doctrines to lead to arbitrary government proved / by an old cavalier, and faithful son of the Church of England ...
England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons. / [1660] A letter to the Kings Most Excellent Majesty from the Commons of England assembled in Parliament, in ansvver of His Maiesties gracious letter to that House. Monday May 14, 1660. Ordered by the Commons in Parliament assembled, that this letter be forthwith printed and published. VVill. Jessop clerk of the Commons of the House of Parliament.
[1689] A letter to the Lord Chancellour, exposing to him the sentiments of the people, with some pertinent advice in the conclusion
[1659] A letter to the Lord Fleetwood, from an officer in the army.
Stampe, Anthony. / [1697] A letter to the loyal apprentices in and about London and Westminster,: for their making of a noble, extraordinary, rejoycing prossession, on Monday the eleventh of April, 1698 : being His Majesties coronation day, in congratulation of His Majestys safe return home; : and for the honourable, firm, and lasting peace. / written by Captain Anthony Stampe.
Some electors of members of Parliament. / [1694] A letter to the members of Parliament for the county of [blank] concerning the Triennial bill. Wherein is considered, what may be the easiest way to secure Triennial Parliaments, without intruding upon the prerogative. With some objections to the methods of that kind, that formerly have been enacted into law. / By some electors of members of Parliament.
Taylor, James, fl. 1687-1689. / [1687] A letter to the misrepresenter of papists being a vindication of that part of the Protestant preface to the Wholesome advices from the Blessed Virgin, &c. which concerns the Protestants charity to papists, and a layman's writing it : in answer to what is objected against it in the 4th chapter of the second part of the Papist misrepresented, &c. / by the same layman who translated the Wholesome advices, &c. and made the preface to them.
N.R.D. / [1664] A letter to the most illustrious Lord, the Count of Hohenlo one of the imperial generals. Written by a gentleman in the army of Count Serini before Canisia. Concerning the renegades amongst the Turks. Put into English by a person of quality. With allowance, June 10. 1664. Roger Le Strange.
[1695] A Letter to the Paris Gazetteer upon the siege and taking of Namur by the author of the Safety of Europe.
Brewster, Samuel, fl. 1700-1725. / [1700] A letter to the parishioners of St. B.--- A.--- [St. Botolph Aldgate] shewing the use and necessity of paying Easter-offerings, now restored to the parish minister.
Bugg, Francis, 1640-1724? / [Aug. 30, 1690] A letter to the Quakers, viz., to Geo. Fox, Geo. Whitehead, Fra. Camfield, Stephen Crisp, and the rest of your preachers
S. L. / [Printed in the year, 1659] A letter to the Right Honorable the Lord Lambert, from a lover of peace and truth.: Being a most faithful advice how to chuse the safest way to the happy ending of all our distractions. Also, a declaration from the King of Scots, how the Army shall be fully satisfied all their arrears, with a large overplus. Together with an assurance and indempnity to all that have been engaged and active in any the late wars. That all armies shall be disbanded, and his goverment alwayes regulated by a free and full Parliament, triennially to be called: and, the people secured of their liberties, and eased of all illegal burthens and taxes.
[1659] A letter to the Right Honourable Thomas Alyn Lord Mayor of the City of London: sent to him from the committee appointed to disperse the general remonstrance and protestation of the 16th of November last, into the several cities and conuties [sic] of England and Wales, to be by him communicated to the aldermen, and Common-Council of the said City.
[Printed in the yeare, 1648] A letter to the Right Honourable, Alderman Warner, Lord Major of London
[July 6. 1648] A letter to the right honourable, and right reverend the general assembly of the church of Scotland, or their commissioners.:
[1675] A Letter to the Right Worshipful T.S., a member of the Honorable House of Commons with some remarques upon the intended act against nonconformists, in order to moderation.
Gee, Edward, 1657-1730. / [1688] A letter to the superiours, (whether bishops or priests) which approve or license the popish books in England particularly to those of the Jesuits order, concerning Lewis Sabran, a Jesuit.
Sampson, Thomas, 1517?-1589. / [in the moneth of Auguste. the yeare of our Lord. 1554] A letter to the trew professors of Christes Gospell, inhabitinge in the parishe off Allhallowis, in Bredstrete in London, made by Thomas Sampson, sometyme their pastore.
Trimmer, Timothy. / [1684] A letter to the true Protestant doctor, the Reverend Titus Oates, Dean of Salamanca, and Bishop of Weavers-Hall, at his apartment in Southwark, from Timothy Trimmer his friend in London
[Printed in the year, 1671] A Letter to the unknown author of Jus populi
[1696] A letter to two members of Parliament
Barksdale, Clement, 1609-1687. / [1675] A letter touching a colledge of maids, or, A virgin-society written Aug. 12, 1675.
[Anno Dom. MDCLXXXV 1685] A Letter touching the present state of affairs in England with the independency of its kings : in a letter to a gentleman beyond sea / English'd by J.W.
Bagshaw, Edward, 1629-1671. / [printed in the year, 1662] A letter unto a person of honour & quality: containing some animadversions upon the Bishop of VVorcester's letter.
Du Moulin, Pierre, 1568-1658. / [1621] A letter vnto them of the Romish Church, by Peter du Moulin, minister in the reformed Church at Paris. Together with a true iubile or generall pardon of indulgence by the same author.
Gregory, XV, Pope, 1554-1623. / [1621] A letter vvritten by Gregory the XV. Pope of Rome, to the French King. To our most dearely beloued son health in Iesus Christ, Louis the 13. the most Christian King of France. According to the French coppie printed at Paris. 1621.
Eglises réformées de France. Assemblée générale (1620-1621 : La Rochelle) / [the 12. of Iuly. 1621] A letter vvritten by those of the assembly in Rochell: to Monsieur le Duc de Les Diguieres. Containing an admonition vnto him, to leaue the enemie, and to ayde them. As also an exhortation and a warning vnto those that forsake the trueth, and cleaue vnto the enemies thereof, to shun that vengeance which God will send downe vpon them for the same.
[M.DC.XLII 1642, i.e. 1643] A letter vvritten out of the country to Mr Iohn Pym Esquire,: one of the worthy members of the House of Commons, February I.
[1643] A Letter vvritten to a friend declaring his opinion being such tenents as are contrary to the doctrine of the Church of England and of all the reformed churches : yea, and the universall church in all ages : which opinions are worthy of learned mens consideration and confutation.
[1603] A letter vvritten to the right vvorshipfull the Gouernours and assistants of the East Indian marchants in London containing the estate of the East Indian fleete, with the names of the chiefe men of note dead in the voyage.
Patten, William, fl. 1548-1580. / [ca. 1585] A letter: whearin, part of the entertainment vntoo the Queenz Maiesty, at Killingwoorth Castl, in Warwick Sheér, in this soomerz progress 1575. iz signified: from a freend officer attendant in the coourt, vnto his freénd a citizen, and merchaunt of London.
[1626] A letter which Monsieur Desdiguieres constable of France, hath sent to the king his master to perswade him by pregnant reasons to make peace with the Rochellers, and the other Protestants who liue in his dominions ... The lading of two Hollandish ships which are [-] from Porto Ricco, which towne the Hollanders haue taken in the West Indies. The censure and condemnation of a booke (lately written by a Iesuite, De potestate pape) by the court of Parliament, which hath beene since publikely burned at Paris. The strange death of Peter Cotton a Iesuite. The new admiraltie which is to be [created?] both in Spaine and the subdued prouinces of the Low Countries to the great hurt and dammage of seuera[ll] potentates, princes and states of Christendome, vnlesse they looke in good time to themselues.
True son of the Church of England. / [1689] The letter which was sent to the author of the doctrine of passive obedience and jure divino disproved, &c. answered and refuted wherein is proved, that monarchy was not originally from God. That kings are not by divine appointment, but that all government proceeds from the people. That the obedience required in Scripture, is to the laws of the land, and no otherwise. That resisting of arbitary power is lawful. That the oath of allegiance to to the late King James was dissolved before the Prince of Orange (our present King) landed. That upon the non-performance of an oath on one side, the other becomes void, is plainly prov'd from several examples in scripture. That protection is the only cause of allegiance, and that obedience or allegiance is due to the present government is proved from Scripture, law and reason; and those texts of scriptures which relate to government, or monarchy, are explained.
[1643] A Letter withovt any superscription, intercepted in the way to London published that the poore people of England may see the intentions of those whom they have followed.
Fagel, Gaspar, 1634-1688. / [1688] A letter writ by Mijn Heer Fagel, pensioner of Holland, to Mr. James Stewart, advocate giving an account of the Prince and Princess of Orange's thoughts concerning the repeal of the test and the penal lavvs.
Fagel, Gaspar, 1634-1688. / [1688] A letter writ by Mijn Heer Fagel, pensioner to the great and mighty lords, the states of Holland Westfriesland writ in French on the ninth of April, N. Stile, 1688, to the Marquiss of Albeville, Envoy Extraordinary of His Majesty of Great Britain, to the high and mighty the States General of the United Provinces : to which is prefixt an account in Dutch of the letter writ by Mijn Heer Fagel on the 4th of November in the year 1687, to Mr. Stewart, written by the said pensioner, and published by his order / translated out of the French and Dutch into English.
Shannon, Francis Boyle, Viscount, 1623-1699. / [1691] A letter writ to an atheistical acquaintance upon his turning papist in his old age by a person of honour.
[1659] A letter written & presented to the late Lord Protector, then Lord General, and the Councel of War: but smothered in his hands.
Mornay, Philippe de, seigneur du Plessis-Marly, 1549-1623. / [1588] A letter written by a French Catholike gentleman, to the maisters at Sorbonne. Concerning the late victories obtained by the king of Nauarre, aswell against the Duke of Ioyeuse at Coutras vpon Tuesday the twentieth of October, 1587. as els where.
S. C. P. / [1587] A letter written by a French gentleman to a friend of his at Rome conteyning a true report of the late treaty betweene the Queene Mother of France and King of Nauarre / faithfully translated out of French.
M. C. / [1642] A letter written by a Iesuite to the Queens Majestie, March, XXII.: Wherein he useth divers subtle insinuations to Her Majesty, for the Kings Majesties repealing and recalling of the lawes and proclamations against the Iesuits, priests, and recusants. With a brief consideration of the reasons, intimated in the letter, and a just confutation of them.
P. I., Minister. / [1686] A letter written by a minister for the satisfaction of a person doubting in religion shewn to be unsatisfactory.
Leyburn, George, 1593-1677. / [1657] A letter written by G. L. to M.r And. Kingh. and M.r Tho. Med.
Ashburnham, John, 1600-1658. / [1647] A letter written by John Ashburnham Esquire, from Carisbrook Castle in the Isle of Wight, Novemb. 26. 1647. to William Lenthall Esquire, Speaker of the Honourable House of Commons.
James II, King of England, 1633-1701. / [1691] A letter written by King James to his Holiness the Pope, as 'tis extracted out of the registers taken at Dublin.
Cromwell, Oliver, 1599-1658. / [August 21. 1648] A letter written by Lievt. Gen. Crumwell, to the honourable the committee of the Manchester. Being a full relation of the total routing of the Scoth [sic] army, neer Preston in Lancashire Aug. 18. 1648. wherein is contained a list of the number slain, prisoners, armes, and ammunition taken, viz. Foure thousand slain six thousand taken prisoners, whereof many of quality. All their ammunition, and train of artillery.
Holden, Henry, 1596-1662. / [1657] A letter written by Mr. Henry Holden doctor of the faculty at Paris, touching the prohibition at Rome of Mr. Blacklow's book, intituled, Tabulæ suffragfiales.
Baynes, Paul, d. 1617. / [1617] A letter written by Mr. Paul Bayne, minister of Gods word, lately deceased. Effectually instructing, and earnestly prouoking to true repentance, loue, and new obedience. Very profitable for euery one that would proceede on in the constant course of a godly life, shewing the way vnto it, and seriously exciting vnto more perfection therein
Leopold I, Holy Roman Emperor, 1640-1705. / [1689] A letter written by the emperor to the late King James, setting forth the true occasion of his fall, and the treachery and cruelty of the French
Louis XIII, King of France, 1601-1643. / [March 18, 1642] A letter written by the French king to the Cardinall Richieleu occasioned upon a letter ... from Pope Vrban the 8, intimating the miserable condition the Catholicks (both in England and Ireland) are like to come into, and upon some late proceedings of the Parliament in England : commanding the said cardinall to hold and observe the like strict hand towards the Hugonets, or Protestants, in France : whereunto is added the Cardinals answer to His Majesty and expression of his zeale in the observation of his commands therein / faithfully translated out of the French copy.
Algeria. Dey (1671-1682 : Mehmet) / [1679] A letter written by the governour of Algiers, to the States-General of the United Provinces of the Low-Counteys [sic], &c. in relation to the signing the peace concluded between them.
Friedrich Wilhelm, Elector of Brandenburg, 1620-1688. / [1659] A letter written by the Prince Elector of Brandenbourgh unto the King of France, declaring the reasons inducing his Electoral Highnes to take up arms against the King of Sweden. Translated out of the Latine coppies.
Person of Worth. / [Printed in the yeer 1647] A letter written from a person of worth to a friend of his in London:: discovering London and the kingdoms danger, and advising the City to adhere to the Parliament. Together, with a just and fair remonstrance of the honest and ingenious people of one of the neighbouring counties.
Parsons, William, Sir, 1570?-1650. / [1642] A letter written from Sir VVilliam Parsons, one of the lord justices of Ireland, to Sir Robert Pye, a worthy knight of the honourable House of Commons:: published by his consent and other members of the said Commons House. This letter was received by Sir Robert Pye, the 9. of April.
Bedford, William Russell, Duke of, 1613-1700. / [Septemb. 15. 1642] A letter written from the Right Honorable the Earle of Bedford, to a lord of the House of Peeres, of all the remarkable passages about Sherborn Castle. Being a full relation of the great overthrow given to the cavalleers within a mile of Eivill: with the resolution of the Earle of Bedford, to die in the cause. Desired by the Lords in Parliament, that this letter be forthwith printed and published.
[Printed in the yeare M.DC.XLIII. 1643] A letter written from Walshall, by a worthy gentleman to his friend in Oxford, concerning Burmingham.
[1643] A letter written out of Bedfordshire unto the Earle of Manchester: and intercepted by one of His Majesties scouts.
[1649] A letter written out of the countrey to a Parliament-man, in answer to a quære by him made, how the people generally stood inclined to the proceedings against the King, and the intended change of government
[Printed the sixth day of the tenth month, in the year of our Lord 1653] A letter written to a Christian friend, and one of the Parliament men. Proposing the groundlesness of the plea for tyths, impropriat [sic] tyths, or tyth as a revenue due to the magistrat.
Tully, T. (Thomas), 1620-1676. / [anno Dom. 1666] A letter written to a friend in Wilts upon occasion of a late ridiculous pamphlet, wherein was inserted a pretended prophecie of Thomas Becket's, &c.
L. L. / [Printed in the year, 1660] A letter written to a member sitting at Westminster:
[1648] A letter written to an honorable member of the House of Commons:
Scialitti, Paul Colend. / [1663] A letter written to the Jewes by Rabbi Moses Scialitti, a Jew of Florence baptized June 14. 1663. ; delaring the reasons of his conversion, and exhorting them to embrace the Christian faith.
La Fin, Charles de. / [March, 22. 1641 i.e. 1642] A letter written upon occasion from the Low-countries,: concerning a difference, betwixt the Prince of Orange, and the states, shewing upon what occasion it grew. Whereunto is added, aviso's from severall places, of the taking of the Iland of Providence, by the Spaniard, from the English.
[1688] A letter, containing some reflections, on a discourse called Good advice to the Church of England, &c. and upon three letters from a gentlemen in the country to his friend in London about the repeal of the penal laws and tests
Rogers, Nathaniel, 1598-1655. / [M.DC.XLIV. 1644] A letter, discovering the cause of Gods continuing wrath against the nation,: notwithstanding the present endeavors of reformation: directing to the meanes of appeasing that wrath; and encouraging to constancy in those endeavours: / written with much judgement and pious affection, by Mr Nathaniel Rogers, a godly and learned Divine now in New-England, to a worthy member of the Honourable House of Commons, bearing date, Decemb. 17, 1643. Imprimatur Edmund Calamy.
[1682] A Letter, from the Quakers to the mayor and sheriffs of Bristol.
[M. DC. XC. IX. 1699] A letter, giving a descripton of the Isthmus of Darian (where the Scot's colonie is settled;) from a gentleman who lives there at present. With an account of the fertility of the soil, the quality of the air, the manners of the inhabitants, and the nature of the plants, and animals. &c. And a particular mapp of the Isthmus, and entrance to the river of Darian.
[Printed in the yeare 1645] A letter, in which the arguments of the Annotator, and three other speeches vpon their Majesties letters published at London, are examined and answered.
Livingston, John, 1603-1672. / [1671] A letter, written by that famous and faithful minister of Christ Mr John Livingstoun unto his parishoners of Ancram in Scotland, dated Rotterdam October 7. 1671.
[1693] A letter, written to a member of Parliament, concerning the East-India trade:
[Septem. 4. 1644] A Letter: being a full relation of the siege of Banbury Castle by that valiant and faithfull commander, Colonell Whetham governour of Northampton, now commander in chiefe in that service. With their particular proceeding from the beginning, and how they have taken the church, planted their ordnance, and are battering the castle continually. As also, how they tooke two cavaliers vvhich vvere let downe from the castle, with a letter of great concernment sent from the Governour to Prince Rupert, which was found about them. Published by authority.
Stephens, Edward, d. 1706. / [1700 1704] Letters and papers concerning some matters in the last Parliament relating to the commou [sic] rights of all the Commnns [sic] of England, fit to be considered in the next, and by all the said Commons in the mean time.
Scotland. Parliament. Committee of Estates. / [1646] Letters and papers from the Committee of Estates and Commissioners of Scotland, concerning the Kings comming into the Scottish armie: and his Maiesties giving his consent to the surrender of Newarke to the Parliament. Dated the 7th and 8th of this instant May 1646. Commanded to be forthwith printed and published.
Scotland. Sovereign (1649-1685 : Charles II) / [Anno Dom. 1682] Letters, at the instance of Sir George McKenzie of Rosebaugh, his Majesties advocat for his highness interest: and also at the instant of Sir William Paterson ... Sir Alexander Gibson ... and George McKenzie one of the clerks of exchequer ... and for the use of the creditors of the late Earl of Argile, and late Marquess of Argile his father ... against the creditors of the saids late Earl and late Marquess, and all vassals, and others having ... interest to the fortune and estate of the said late Earl, which fell in his Majesties hand, by sentence of forefalture underwritten.
Rogers, Robert, of Wakefield. / [1656] Letters between Mr. Robert Rogers, of Wakefield, and Mr. Thomas Walker, the present vicar there touching baptism.
Bristol, George Digby, Earl of, 1612-1677. / [1651] Letters between the Ld George Digby, and Sr Kenelm Digby kt. concerning religion.
[May 28, 1644] Letters by vvhich it is certified, that Sir Samuell Lvke tooke at JSLJP fiftie horse, and fiftie pound in money, twentie seaven prisoners : Sir ---Fortescue being one, three were taken prisoners at New-Castle underline by Collonell Ridglet : fourteen taken prisoners by Collonell Mitton, in pursuing the enemy, with Trallop and others, being of the number of foureteene officers, and others taken prisoners, neere Greeneland-House; And how Nontwich and Weme, are quit of the enemie and a partie sent from the Earle of Denbigh to bring them provision : 80 prisoners taken by Major Sanders of Derby : as also how foure officers held the inn-keepers daughter of the Swan at Litchfield while Major Conavgh an Irish rebell ravisht her : and how a cavalier priest preaching, that those English and Irish that are slaine in arms against the Parliament, are marters and their soules shall by saved, was strooke dumb in his pulpit at Bvrton.
Granvelle, Antoine Perrenot de, 1517-1586. / [1582] Letters conteyning sundry deuises touching the state of Flaunders and Portingall: written by Card. Granuelle and others, and lately intercepted and published.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1649-1650 : Cromwell) / [1649] Letters from Ireland, relating the several great successes it hath pleased God to give unto the Parliaments forces there, in the taking of Drogheda, Trym, Dundalk, Carlingford, and the Nury.: Together with a list of the chief commanders, and the number of the officers and soldiers slain in Drogheda. Die Martis, 2 Octobr. 1649. Ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that the several letters from the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, together with so much of Colonel Venables letter as concerns the successes in Ireland, be forthwith printed and published. Hen: Scobell, Cleric. Parliamenti.
[1648] Letters from Lieutenant General Crumwels quarters. His march from Barwicke to the City of Edenburgh, with the Marquesse of Arguile. And the transactions of the treaty in Scotland. With letters to his Excellency the Lord Generall Fairfax, concerning the great petition comming from the north, to the Parliament of England. And the state of the whole agreement in Scotland. Also the surrender of Barwick and Carlisle.
[1648. i.e. 1649] Letters from Paris, received the 15. of Jan. 1648. Directed to severall committees and Members of Parliament. / Printed by speciall order, and for full satisfaction to all nations, concerning their late transactions. 15. Jan. 1648. ; Imprimatur Gilb: Mabbott.
[Printed anno Dom. 1647] Letters from Saffron-Walden the Generalls head quarters,: by way of apologie and vindication of the army under his Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax, of some late groundlesse aspersions cast upon them. Together with a true account of the proceedings and resolutions of that army upon the late resolves and declaration of the Parliament concerning the petition of his officers and souldiers in the army, to his Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax. Also the copie of a second petition from the county of Essex, intended to both the Houses of Parliament.
Brereton, William, Sir, 1604-1661. / [Septemb. 23. 1644] Letters from Sir William Brereton Sir Thomas Middleton, Sir John Meldrum, of the great victory (by Gods providence) given them, in raising the siege from before Mountgomery-castle: And, how they routed, and totally dispersed His Majesties forces, under the command of the Lord Byron; where they tooke all their carriages, armes, and ammunition, and made them flie to Shrewsbury and Chester. With a list of the names of all the commanders and officers taken and kild in the said service. Die Lunæ, 23 Septemb. 1644. Ordered by the Lords in Parliament assembled, that these letters be forthwith printed and published. J. Brown Cler. Parliamentorum.
Scotland. Parliament. / [June 17. 1646] Letters from the Committee of Estates at Newcastle, and the Commissioners of the Kingdom of Scotland residing at London to both Houses of Parliament.: Together with two papers delivered in to His Maiesty by the Committee of Estates. As also divers letters past between the Committee of Estates, and the Committee of Parliament at York, and Col: General Poyntz. Published by special command.
Turkey. Sultan (1603-1617 : Ahmad I) / [1606] Letters from the great Turke lately sent vnto the holy father the pope and to Rodulphus naming himselfe King of Hungarie, and to all the kinges and princes of Christendome Translated out of the Hebrue tongue into Italian, and out of the Italian into French and now into English out of the French coppie.
England and Wales. Army. / [1650] Letters from the head-quarters of our army in Scotland: being a diary of all proceedings in the army to Octob. 30. 1650. An Accompt of Col. Kerr and Straughans overture to the Lord Generall Cromwell, about accomodation. Also commissioners from them, with a declaration against the interest of the Scots King and Lords, &c. Published by authority.
[1644] Letters from the lord generall his quarters, and the particulars thereof also, a great victorie at Malpesse, against 1000 of the Westmerland forces, of the Duke of Yorks regiment, and others ... : as also, a parley about the surrendring of Leverpoole, and the particulars thereof, and 2 ships of Irish rebels expected there : with other matters of great concernment, the particulars being examined, and printed according to order.
England and Wales. Privy Council. / [Anno. 1596] Letters from the lords of Her Maiesties most honourable Priuie Counsell for the furnishing and supplying of horses in all townes where the postes are established, for the reliefe of the postes there, and furtherance of Her Maiesties seruice directed to all maiors, shiriffes, iustices of the peace, bailifes, conestables, hedborowes and all other Her Maiesties officers ...
Wither, George, 1588-1667. / [1644] Letters of advice: touching the choice of knights and burgesses.:
Scotland. Privy Council. / [Anno Dom. 1693] Letters of inter-communing against the rebels in the Bass
Scotland. Privy Council. / [Anno Dom. 1684] Letters of intercommuning against Mr. James Rennick, a seditious vagabond and pretended preacher. Charles, by the grace of God, King of Great Britain, France and Ireland, defender of the faith, to Macers of our Privy Council, or messengers at arms, our sheriffs in that part, conjunctly and severally, specially constitute, greeting : forasmuch as Mr. James Rennick, a seditious, vagabond and pretended preacher, being lawfullie summoned to have compeared before the Lords Commissioners of our justiciary, upon the ninteenth day of September ...
Scotland. Privy Council. / [Anno Dom. 1675] Letters of intercommuning against persons declared fugitives for not compearing to answer for conventicles, &c.
[1694] Letters of love and gallantry, and several other subjects. Vol. II written by ladies ; with a dialogue between love and reason, shewing, the reasonableness and unreasonableness of love, the nun's letter to the monk, characters and pictures of several ladies and gentlemen, with other passionate letters that passed betwixt both sexes, in town and country.
[1693] Letters of love and gallantry. And several other subjects. All written by Ladies. Vol. I.
Scotland. Privy Council. / [anno, 1682] Letters of publication of a commission under the great-seal: anent the security of the peace of the high-lands of Scotland.
Scotland. Sovereign (1689-1694 : William and Mary) / [1696] Letters of publication of a patent granted by their Majesties King VVilliam and Queen Mary, in favours of the chirurgions, and chirurgion-apothecaries of Edinburgh.
Scotland. Privy Council. / [Anno Dom. 1687] Letters of publication, in favours of Thomas Weir chyrurgeon in Edinburgh.
Scotland. Privy Council. / [Anno Dom. 1694] Letters of publication, in favours of Thomas Weir chyrurgeon in Edinburgh:
Scotland. Privy Council. / [1682] Letters of publication, of a commission under the great-seal: anent the security of the peace of the highlands of Scotland.
[1695] Letters of religion and vertue to several gentlemen and ladies. With some short reflections on divers subjects.
Richelieu, Armand Jean du Plessis, duc de, 1585-1642. / [1698] Letters of the Cardinal Duke du Richelieu great minister of state to Lewis XIII of France / faithfully translated from the original by T.B.
France. Sovereign (1610-1643 : Louis XIII) / [MDCXXI. 1621] Letters patents made by the French King, declaring his intent touching those of the reformed religion. Published in Roane in the Court of Parliament the seuenth day of Iune, an. 1621. With two letters of the Assembly at Rochell vnto the Duke de Lesdiguieres.
[Peregin, James]. / [Printed, MDCXXXII. 1632] The letters patents of the presbyterie vvith the plea and fruits of the prelacie. Manifested out of the scriptures, fathers, ecclesiasticall histories, Papists, and sundrie other authors. By Iames Peregrin.
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.
France. Sovereign (1589-1610 : Henry IV) / [1590] The letters pattents of the Kings declaration for the referring of the generall assemblie of the princes, cardinals, dukes and peeres as well ecclesiasticall as temporall, the officers of the crowne, the lords, gentlemen, officers and others, vnto the 15. day of March next comming. Also to reclaime his subiects and rebellious townes to his obedience. Published in the Parliament of Caen the 22. of of [sic] December. 1589. Faithfullie translated out of the French copie printed at Caen.
[1571?] Letters sent from Venice. Anno. 1571. Containing the certaine and true newes of the most noble victorie of the Christians ouer the armie of the great Turke: and the names of the lordes & gentlemen of the Christians slaine in the same battell. Translated out of the Frenche copie printed at Paris by Guille[...]d Niuerd, with the kings priuiledge.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [Printed in the year 1652] Letters that passed between Mr. Baxter and Mr. Tombes: concerning the dispute.
Marlow, John, 1648-1695. / [1682] Letters to a sick friend containing such observations as may render the use of remedies effectual towards the removal of sickness, and preservation of health. By J. M.
[1660] Letters to the council of state, from the commissioners of the militia of several counties, &c. informing them of the several marches of Colonel Lamberts forces, and shewing their readiness to suppress them and a letter from the Lord Montagu, expressing the fleets obedience to the council and Parliament, also a letter from Col. Ingoldsby, who with his own hands took Col. Lambert prisoner : with some further information given by the messenger that came first with the news and was in person at the randezvous on Edge-hill, when Col. Okey and Major Creed appeared there.
Manley, Mrs. (Mary de la Rivière), 1663-1724. / [1696] Letters writen [sic] by Mrs. Manley to which is added a letter from a supposed nun in Portugal to a gentleman in France, in imitation of the nun's five letters in print, by Colonel Pack.
Le Vassor, Michel, 1646-1718. / [1695] Letters written by a French gentleman, giving a faithful and particular account of the transactions at the court of France, relating to the publick interest of Europe with historical and political reflexions on the ancient and present state of that kingdom / communicated by Monsieur Vassor.
Temple, William, Sir, 1628-1699. / [1700] Letters written by Sir W. Temple, Bart., and other ministers of state, both at home and abroad containing an account of the most important transactions that pass'd in Christendom from 1665-1672 : in two volumes / review'd by Sir W. Temple sometime before his death ; and published by Jonathan Swift ...
Hole, Matthew, 1639 or 40-1730. / [1699] Letters written to J.M. a nonconformist teacher, concerning the gift and forms of prayer. The second part. By Matthew Hole, B.D. sometime fellow of Exeter College, Oxon. now vicar of Stoke-gursey in Somersetshire.
[August 4. 1648] The letters, commissions and other papers which were communicated to the Common-Councel of the City of London, by a committee of the Honorable House of Commons, on Monday, July 31. 1648.: Die Martis, 2 Augusti, 1648. Ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that the said letters be forthwith printed ... H: Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D Com.
F. B. / [1698] A lette[r] from a gentleman in the country, to a member of the House of Commons in England; in reference to the votesof the 14th of December, 97. Relating to the trade of Ireland. Together with an answer to the said letter. / By Sir F. B.
Delme, Jean. / [1699] Lettre a Monsieur Henry Arnaud F.M.D.S.E. et pasteur Vaudois, etant à present à Londres, avec sa reponse à l'autheur de ladite lettre
[M.DC.LXXVII. 1677 ] Lettre a son altesse Monseigneur le Duc de Monmouth. Par le Sieur des-Chants.
La Vallette, Monsieur de. / [1700] Lettre de monsieur de la Vallette, cy-devant cure ́dans le diocese de Blois: pour servir de réponse à la lettre de monsieur l'evêque de Blois, & à messieurs de son clergé, sur son changement de religion.
Veil, Charles-Marie de, 1630-1685. / [M. DC. LXXXV. 1685] Lettre de Mr. C.M. De Veil Docteur en Theologie, et M.D.S.E. a Mr. T. Maimbourg ecuyer, & precepteur de Monsigneur le Duc de Richemont. Pour prouver contre la prétention de Mr. R. de l'Isle Prétre de l'Eglise Gallicane dans sa lettre áa Mr. J.S. D.R. que la parole de Dieu écrite dans les livres sacrés est la seule régle & l'unique principe de la réligion Chretienne.
Veil, Charles-Marie de, 1630-1685. / [1678] Lettre de Mr. De Veil, Docteur en theologie & ministre du Saint Evangile, áa Monsiueur Boisle de la Societe royall des sciences áa Londres pour prouver contre l'autheur d'un livre nouveau intitulé Crituque du Vieux Testament que la seule ecriture est la regle de la foy.
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.
[1690] Lettre du roy de la Grande Bretagne au Lord Comte Portland. Guillaume Roy
Gand, Louis de. / [1656] Lettre du Sieur Louis De Gand Seigneur De Brachey & De Romecour a son altesse. Tres haut & tres puissant Prince.:
James I, King of England, 1566-1625. / [M. DC. XVII 1617] Lettre dy [sic] roy d'Angleterre, a madame la princesse de Condé
England and Wales. Sovereign (1694-1702 : William III) / [M. DC. LXXXXVII. 1697] Lettres patentes ou octroi sous le grand seau du Royaume d'Ecosse, pour la Compagnie du commerce de l'Afrique & des Indes. Etablie par acte de Parlement dudit royaume.
[1659] The Leveller: or, The principles & maxims concerning government and religion, vvhich are asserted by those that are commonly called Levellers.:
[1649] The Levellers (falsly so called) vindicated, or The case of the twelve troops (which by treachery in a treaty) was lately surprised, and defeated at Burford, truly stated,: and offered to the judgment of all unbyassed, and wel-minded people, especially of the Army, their fellow souldiers, under the conduct of the Lord Fairfax. / By a faithful remnant, late of Col. Scroops, Commissary General Iretons, and Col. Harrisons regiments, that hath not yet bowed their knee unto Baal, whose names (in the behalf of themselves, and by the appointment of the rest of their friends) are hereunto subscribed.
[in the yeer MDCXLVIII. 1648] The Levellers institutions for a good people, and a good Parliament,: according to this their present declaration, and the gallant rights and Christian priviledges of this nation. Together with their summons to all gallant common souldiers serving under the Excellent Fairfax, and faithful Cromwell, to stand to their colours.
Nedham, Marchamont, 1620-1678. / [Printed in the yeere 1647] The Levellers levell'd.: Or, The Independents conspiracie to root out monarchie. An interlude: / vvritten by Mercurius Pragmaticus.
Prynne, William, 1600-1669. / [1647 i.e. 1648] The Levellers levelled to the very ground.: Wherein this dangerous seditious opinion and design of some of them; that it is necessary, decent, and expedient, now to reduce the House of Peeres, and bring down the Lords into the Commons House, to sit and vote together with them, as one House. And the false absurd, grounds whereon they build this paradox, are briefly examined, refuted, and laid in the dust. / By William Prynne, Esquire.
[MDCXLIX. 1649] The Levellers new remonstrance or declaration sent to His Excellencie the Lord General Fairfax,: concerning their present proceedings, and making choice of a glorious King, and heavenly protector, for the redeeming of them from slavery, and judging the cause of the oppressed righteously. Also, their demands and proposals to the judges and ministers of this nation, touching the reign and government of the late King Charles; with a discovery of those persons who held their royalty by the power of the sword.
[May 10. 1649] The Levellers remonstrance, concerning the Parliament and Army; and their proclamation to be published throughout the counties of Oxford, Gloucester, VVorcester, VVarwick, and Hartfordshire; with their present design touching the cities of London, York, Bristoll, Chester, and several other places in the west of England, a new standard to be erected, and a place of randezvouz determined. Together with the said Levellers proposals, to the Generall Councell of the Army.
[1652] The Levellers remonstrance, sent in a letter to his excellency the Lord Gen: Cromwel: concerning the government of this commonwealth, his wearing of the crown of honour, and preservation of the lawes, liberties, and priviledges thereof. Together with their propositions and desires, in the name of all the commoners of England; and a strange prophesie, fore-telling the great and wonderfull things that will befall the rulers of this nation, in case they set not the land free to the poor oppressed people. Published by authority; and presented to the view of all nations in the world.
Freize, James. / [1649] The Levellers vindication or, a tragicall story, presented unto this common-vvealth, city, and army: together with a letter directed to his Excellency, and the Councell of Warre sitting at White-Hall, concerning the great cruelty and oppression still continued in this land, notwithstanding the many undertakings of the army, their vowes, promises, and protestations to the contrary. Shewing withall, the most fearfull judgements of almighty God on many thousands of perfidious and deceitfull persons: / By James Freize, Merchant. This was delivered by Nathaniel Neale, to Colonell Pride, and by him presented to the Councell of War then sitting at White-Hall, the 8 of September 1649.
Guild, William, 1586-1657. / [Anno 1617.] Levi his complaint: or, The moane of the poore ministerie. by William Guild, Minister at King-Edward..
City of London (England). Court of Common Council. / [1680] Lex Londinensis, or, The city law shewing the powers, customs, and practice of all the several courts belonging to the famous city of London ... : together with several acts of Common Councel, very useful and necessary to be known by all merchants, citizens, and freemen of the said city : and also, a method for the ministers within the said city to recover their tithes : with a table to the whole book.
Martin, John, 1619-1693. / [1664] Lex Pacifica, or, Gods own law of determining controversies explain'd and asserted in a sermon preached at Dorchester at the Assizes holden there for the county of Dorset, August 5, 1664 / by John Martin ...
[Printed in the yeare, 1648] Lex Parlamentorum: or, An abstract of the antiquity and jurisdiction of the High court of Parliament,: according to the lawes and constitutions of this realme.
Petyt, George. / [1690] Lex parliamentaria, or, A treatise of the law and custom of parliaments shewing their antiquity, names, kinds, and qualities ... : with an appendix of a case in Parliament between Sir Francis Goodwyn and Sir John Fortescue, for the knights place for the county of Bucks, I Jac. I.
Petyt, George. / [1690] Lex parliamentaria, or, A treatise of the law and custom of the parliaments of England by G.P., Esq. ... ; with an appendix of a case in Parliament between Sir Francis Goodwyn and Sir John Fortescue, for the knights place for the county of Bucks, I Jac. I., from an original French manuscript, translated into English.
One that had his friend formerly twice most egregiously abused by him. / [1680] Lex talionis neque est lex justior ulla, quam necis artificis arte perire sua : poor Robin turn'd Robin the Devil being his exact character / written by one that had his friend, formerly twice most egregiously abused by him, to his great disparagement, and greater prejudice ; now published upon his second attempt to appear again in print, after he had been once supprest by authority, for his intollerable abuses, especially, to one of eminent quality, and may be very satisfactory to all those that have been formerly abused, and for diversion of others that detest his wicked practices.
[1685?] Lex talionis, or, A receipt for the relief of our present distempers.
[Printed in the yeare, 1647] Lex talionis. Or, A declamation against Mr. Challener, the crimes of the times, and the manners of you know whom.
[1647] Lex talionis: or, London revived. To the tune of, Prethy friend leave off this thinking.
Woodcock, Francis, 1614?-1651. / [1646] Lex talionis: or, God paying every man in his own coyn. Held forth in a sermon preached at Margarets Westminster, before the Honorable House of Commons, on their solemn fast, July 30th, 1645. / By Francis Woodcock, minister at Olaves Southwark, one of the Assembly of Divines. Published by order of that House.