Title: Bishop Cozens's argument, proving, that adultery works a dissolution of the marriage. Being the substance of several of Bishop Cozens his speeches in the House of Lords, upon the debate of Lord Ross's case. Taken from original papers writ in the Bishop's own hand.
Author: Cosin, John, 1594-1672.
Publication info: London : Printed by Jer. Wilkins, near Fleet-street, 1700.
subjects: [Ross of Hawkhead, William Ross, -- Baron, 1656?-1738 -- Trials, litigation, etc] [Norfolk, Henry Howard, -- Duke of, 1655-1701 -- Trials, litigation, etc] [Divorce -- Religious aspects -- Church of England -- Early works to 1800] [Adultery -- England -- Early works to 1800] [Impediments to marriage -- England -- Early works to 1800]
Title: The crafty miss, or, An excise-man well fitted. Being a true relation of an excise-man who lately in the county of Kent, had received the sum of fourscore pounds, and lighting into the company of a crafty miss who gave him the chouse for it all; and riding away with his gelding, left in the stead a mare which she had stole; for which mare he was arraigned, and narrowly escaped the severe penalty of the law: which may be a suffiecient warning to all excisemen far and near, to amend their lives to hate a miss, and love their wives. To the tune of, Moggies jealousie.
Publication info: [London : Printed for I. Deacon, 1684]
subjects: [Broadsides -- England -- London -- Early works to 1800] [Adultery -- England -- Early works to 1800] [Robbery -- Early works to 1800] [Ballads -- England -- 17th century]
Title: Cuckoldom alamode, or, A comical relation, of an eminent tallow-chandler, who sneak'd off last week with an ale-drapers wife, near Grays-Inn. With the tallow-chandlers wife's lamentation for the loss of her husband, and the ale-drapers sorrow for the absence of his wife. To which is added , the Leicestershire cobbler's misfortune, or, A hue and cry after a lost maiden head in Bell-Yard, near Sheare-Lane, with other pleasant particulars.
Publication info: [London] : Printed for VVilliam Hurd, near the Strand, 
subjects: [Adultery -- England -- Early works to 1800] [Broadsides -- England -- 17th century]
Title: Severall propositions of publick ccncernment [sic] presented to his Excelency the Lord Generall Cromvvel. 1. The ordering, and setling of particular churches, 2. Concerning the paying of tithes, and ingaging the people to heare sermons every Lords day. 3. An additionall act against adultery, and such as shall speake uncivilly. And further relief for maymed souldiers, widdows &c. 4. The setling of peacemakers in every city, and county of this nation, with the forme of a new oath to be taken by them. Also a letter of great concernment, directed to Mr. Hugh Peters, on of the regulators of the law.
Author: Duncon, Samuel.
Publication info: London : Printed by I.C., Anno Dom. 1652.
subjects: [Tithes -- Great Britain -- History -- Early works to 1800] [Church polity -- Early works to 1800] [Adultery -- England -- Early works to 1800]
Title: A Vindication of Her Grace, Mary Dutchess of Norfolk. Being a true account of the proceedings before the House of Lords, (from Jan. 7th. 1691. to Febr. 17th. following) upon His Grace the Duke of Norfolk's bill, entituled, An act to dissolve the marriage, &c. occasioned, by several libellous pamphlets lately published, and dispersed, under the same pretence and title.
Publication info: London : [..., 1693]
subjects: [Norfolk, Mary Howard, -- Duchess of, 1659?-1705] [Norfolk, Henry Howard, -- Duke of, 1655-1701] [Trials (Adultery) -- England -- Early works to 1800] [Trials (Divorce) -- England -- Early works to 1800]
Title: The wanton vintner, and the subtile damosel, being an account of a young blade who needs would be dabling with his maid servant, to which she seemed to agree, but went directly and informed her mistriss, who resolved to prove the truth of this matter her own self; so away she went to the place appointed, being the vault, but her husband in the mean time sent another to toy with his maid, so by his own contrivance he hornified his own pate, his wife in the dark supposing it to be her own husband. To the tune of, The doubting virgin.
Publication info: [London] : Printed for Josiah Blare, book-seller at Looking-Glass, in the New-Building, on London-Bridge., [between 1684-1688]
subjects: [Broadsides -- England -- London -- Early works to 1800] [Adultery -- England -- Early works to 1800] [English wit and humor -- Poetry -- Early works to 1800] [Ballads -- England -- 17th century]