|Author:||Jane, Joseph, fl. 1600-1660.|
|Title:||Eikon aklastos The image vnbroaken : a perspective of the impudence, falshood, vanitie, and prophannes, published in a libell entitled Eikonoklastēe [sic] against Eikon basilikē, or, The pourtraicture of His Sacred Majestie in his solitudes and sufferings.|
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Eikon aklastos The image vnbroaken : a perspective of the impudence, falshood, vanitie, and prophannes, published in a libell entitled Eikonoklastēe [sic] against Eikon basilikē, or, The pourtraicture of His Sacred Majestie in his solitudes and sufferings.
Jane, Joseph, fl. 1600-1660.
[S.l.: s.n.], 1651.
Charles -- I, -- King of England, 1600-1649.
Milton, John, 1608-1674. -- Eikonoklastes.
Earle, John, 1601?-1665.
THE Preface Examined.
Vpon the KINGS Calling this last PARLIAMENT.
Vpon the EARLE Of STRAFFORDS DEATH.
Vpon his going to the HOUSE OF COMMONS.
Vpon the INSOLENCIE Of the TUMULTS.
Vpon the Bill for TRIENNIALL PARLIAMENTS, and for setling this, &c.
Vpon his RETIREMENT FROM WESTMINSTER.
Vpon the QUEENES DEPARTURE.
Vpon his repulse AT HULL, and the fate of the HOTHAMS.
Vpon the listing, AND RAYSING ARMIES.
Vpon their seizing the MAGAZINS, AND FORTS.
Vpon the NINETEENE PROPOSITIONS.
Vpon the REBELLION IN IRELAND.
Vpon the calling in of the SCOTTS, and their COMMINGE.
Vpon the COVENANT.
Vpon the many JEALOSIES &c.
Vpon the ORDINANCE against the booke of COMMON PRAYER.
Of the Differences in point of CHURCH GOVERNMENT.
Vpon the VXBRIDGE TREATIE.
Vpon the VARIOUS EVENTS Of the warr.
Vpon the REFORMATION Of the Times.
Vpon his LETTERS taken, and DIVULGED.
Vpon his GOING to the SCOTTS.
Vpon the SCOTTS Delivering the KING to the ENGLISH.
Vpon the DENYING him the attendance of his CHAPPLAINES.
Vpon his Penitentiall vowes, AND MEDITATIONS AT HOLMEBY.
Vpon the ARMIES surprisall of the KING at HOLMBY.
Intitled to the PRINCE OF VVALES.
Intitled MEDITATIONS VPON DEATH.