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Crowley, Robert, 1518?-1588. / [Anno. 1567] The opening of the wo[r]des of the prophet Ioell, in his second and third chapters rehersed by Christ in Mathewe .xxiiii. Marke .xiii. Luke .xxi. and by Peter Actes .ii. concerning the signes of the last day. Compiled by Robert Crowley in the yeare of our Lord. M. D.XLVI. And perused againe by the same. Anno 1566.
Nicholas, of Cusa, Cardinal, 1401-1464. / [1646] Ophthalmos aplois or the single eye,: entituled the vision of God wherein is infolded the mistery of divine presence, so to be in one place finitely in apperance, as yet in every place no lesse present, and whilst Hee is here, Hee is universally every where infinitely himselfe. Penned by that learned Dr. Cusanus, and published for the good of the saints. By Giles Randall.
Turner, Peter, 1542-1614. / [1603] The opinion of Peter Turner Doct: in physicke, concerning amulets or plague cakes whereof perhaps some holde too much, and some too little.
England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons. / [1682] The opinion of the Parliament, about religion, twenty years ago being the votes, &c. of the honourable House of Commons, Febr. 25 &c. 1662 upon reading His Majesties gracious declaration and speech, &c.
England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons. / [1682] The opinion of the Parliament, about religion, twenty years ago being the votes, &c. of the Honourable House of Commons, Febr. 25 &c., 1662, upon reading His Majesties gracious declaration and speech, &c.
[1685] The Opinions of several learned antiquaries touching the antiquity, power, order, state, persons, manner, and proceedings of the high court of Parliament in England viz. Dodridge, Agar, Tate, Camden, Holland, Cotton, Selden.
England and Wales. Court of Exchequer. / [1682] The opinions of the Barons of the Exchecquer. And directions to all justices of the peace, and constables, &c. for the legally convicting of all persons, that are taken in conventicles, and unlawful meetings. Given at the Court of Exchecquer, upon Justice Balch's case. Published by special authority.
Wither, George, 1588-1667. / [Printed in the yeare, 1646] Opobalsamum Anglicanum: = An English balme, lately pressed out of a shrub, and spread upon these papers, for the cure of some scabs, gangreeves and cancers indangering the bodie of this common-wealth; and, to whom it is now tendred, by the vvell-affected English, in a double-speech, disjunctively delivered, by one of their fellow-ship, both to the faithfull, and malignant members of the representative-body of this Kingdome. / Penned, by the author of Britaines remembrancer Geo: Wither Esquire.
Bradshaw, William, 1571-1618. / [Printed. 1605] Proposition. Concerning kneeling in the very act of receiuing howsoever
Du Moulin, Pierre, 1568-1658. / [1610] Oppositions of the VVord of God, together with the doctrine of the Romane Church Moreouer, what points are held by the same Church, which she hideth from those whom shee meaneth to draw to her faction. Written by Peter Mouleine, minister of the word of God in Paris, and translated by A.S.
Feake, Christopher, fl. 1645-1660. / [1655. i.e. 1654] The oppressed close prisoner in Windsor-Castle, his defiance to the father of lyes, in the strength of the God of truth. Occasioned by some late, scandalous and slanderous reports, raised and dispersed to the dishonour of that noble cause, wherein he (with others of the Lords servants) is so deeply engaged. As also, a seasonable word, concerning the higher powers: concerning the payment of taxes and tribute-money by the saints to those powers: and how far a minister of the Gospel may intermeddle in state-affairs without sin. / By Chr. Feake, in his prison-watch-tower.
Hedworth, John. / [1651] The oppressed man's out-cry; Or, an epistle writ by John Hedworth of Harraton in the county of Durham, Esq. the 13 Sept. 1651. unto the Honourable, Sir Henry Vane, the elder, a Member of the Honorable Parliament of the Common-wealth of England, William Vane his son, Lieut. Col. Paul Hobson, and John Middleton, Esq. members of the com. of the militia of the county of Durham by authority of Parliament.
Hedworth, John. / [1651] The oppressed man's out-cry; Or, an epistle writ by John Hedworth of Harraton: in the county of Durham, Esq. the 13 Sept. 1651. unto the Honourable, Sir Henry Vane, the elder, a Member of the Honorable Parliament of the Common-wealth of England, William Vane his son, Lieut. Col. Paul Hobson, and John Middleton, Esq. members of the com. of the militia of the county of Durham by authority of Parliament.
Lilburne, John, 1614?-1657. / [1648] The oppressed mans importunate and mournfull cryes to be brought to the barre of iustice, or, An epistle writ by Lievt. Col. John Lilburne (without all shadow of law and iustice, imprisoned in the Tower of London) ...
Lilburne, John, 1614?-1657. / [1647] The oppressed mans oppressions declared: or An epistle written by Lieut. Col. Iohn Lilburne, prerogative-prisoner (by the illegall and arbitrary authority of the House of Lords) in the Tower of London, to Col. Francis West, lieutenant thereof: in which the oppressing cruelty of all the gaolers of England is declared, and particularly the lieutenants of the Tower. As also, there is thrown unto Tho. Edwards, the author of the 3d. ulcerous gangræna, a bone or two to pick: in which also, divers things are handled, of speciall concernment to the present times.
Cheesman, Christopher. / [1652] The oppressed mans second outcry for justice, to every member of Parliament against the unparallel'd corruptions, and most cruel oppression, tyranny, and incomparable injustice exercised by the Commissioners for Compounding sitting at Haberdashers Hall London, upon Cornet Christopher Cheesman, late agent for sequestrations in the county of Berks the author hereof ...
Pittilloh, Robert, 1621?-1698. / [1689] Oppression under the colour of law, or, My Lord Hercarse, his new new praticks as a way for peaceable subjects to be ware of pleying [sic] with a hot spirited Lord of the Session so far as is possible when arbitrarie government is in the dominion / published by Mr. Robert Pittilloh.
Caryl, Joseph, 1602-1673. / [1651] The oppressor destroyed. As it was delivered in a sermon at Pauls Septem. 21. 1651. Preached before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor, the Right worshipfull the aldermen and the sheriffs his brethren. It being a sermon in commemoration of the 3d of Sept. on which day it pleased the Lord to vouchsafe a wonderfull victorie to the Parliaments forces before Worcester, in the total defeat of the enemie, By Joseph Carryl, Minister of the Gospel at Magnus neer London-Bridge.
[1601] The Oppugnation and fierce siege of Ostend by the Arch-duke Albertus his forces, commanded by the Duke of Ossuna, who came before the said towne, the fift day of Iune last past (after their writing) shewing what hath hapned since the time of the saide siege.
[1601] The Oppugnation, and fierce siege of Ostend by the Archduke Albertus his forces, commanded by the Duke of Ossuna who came before the saide towne, the fift day of Iune last past (after their writing) shewing what hath hapned since the time of the saide siege / diligently translated out of Dutch into English ...
Lilburne, John, 1614?-1657. / [1647] The opressed mans opressions declared: or, An epistle written by Lieut. Col. John Lilburn,: prerogative prisoner (by the illegall and arbitrary authority of the House of Lords) in the Tower of London, to Col. Francis West, Lieutenant thereof: in which the opressing cruelty of all the gaolers of England is declared, and particularly the Lieutenant of the Tower. As also, there is thrown unto Tho. Edwards, the author of the 3 vlcerous Gangrænes, a bone or two to pick: in which also, divers other things are handled, of speciall concernment to the present times.