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Le Franc, James. / [1663] O basanos tes aletheias, or, The touch-stone of truth wherein verity by scripture and antiquity is plainly confirmed, and errour confuted / delivered in certain sermons, preached in English by James Le Franc ...
Head, Richard, 1637?-1686? / [in the year 1675] O-Brazile or The inchanted island being a perfect relation of the late discovery, and wonderful dis-inchantment of an island on the north of Ireland: with an account of the riches and commodities thereof. / Communicated by a letter from London-derry, to a friend in London.
Head, Richard, 1637?-1686? / [1675] O-Brazile, or, The inchanted island being a perfect relation of the late discovery and wonderful dis-inchantment of an island on the north of Ireland : with an account of the riches and commodities thereof : communicated by a letter from London-derry to a friend in London.
[1660] O. Cromwell's thankes to the Lord Generall, faithfully presented by Hugh Peters in another conference.: Together with an hue and cry after Mercurius Politicus.
Simmonds, Martha. / [1656-65] O England; thy time is come, God hath not taken thee until thou be ful; yea, the fulness of thy time is come; ...
Veridicus. / [1648] O friends! no friends, to King, Church and state.: Or, Thames, Twede and Tyne paraell'd [sic] with Romes Tyber and king-poysoning Po. With positions and practices from Rome and from Rhemes, from Edenburgh and Geneva, poiz'd to some purpose, as the case now stands : and, presented to all impartiall patriots and Presbyterians. / By Veridicus, præterea nihil.
D. H. / [1692?] O hone! O hone! a magpyc-lecture [sic] by way of lamentation for the miscarriage of the plot, and the loss of the late intended French invasion : as it was delivered by a non-swearing parson in the fam'd congreation in Magpye-Alley, near Fetter-Lane, London, the 15th of this instant May, 1692 / by D.H--- late D. of G.
Willer, Laurence. / [1658] O inhabitants of the earth, hear the Word of the Lord, his powerful Word, concerning his purpose and decree against the rulers and governours of this nation, and against the inhabitants thereof, who hath rejected the counsel of the Lord.
[1589] O lord our God, most gracious a[nd] most glorious, which after long [...]
[1644] O most mighty Lord God, who art our castle, and our deliverer ...
Ward, Edward, 1667-1731. / [1698] O raree show, o pritee show. Will you see my fine show.
[1589?] O read me for I am of great antiquitie I plaine Piers which can not flatter, a plough man men me call, my speech is fowlle yet marke the matter now things may hap to fall, but now another Ile haue for mee, I thinke it is as fit say, if any my name doo craue, I am the gransier of Martin mareprelitte : compiled afore yeaster day, for the behoofe and ouerthrow of all parsons, vikars, and curats, who haue learned their cathechismes and can not yet vnderstand them, although they be past their grace.
[1653] O yes, o yes, o yes. At the quest of inquirie holden in the court of common reason, law, and just right, it is found. 1. That the people of a nation are the supreme power. 2. That ministers of state executing supreme laws are but servants, and not masters. 3. That in case justice be denied any person or persons, it is lawfull for him or them to appeal to the people. 4. From whence we conclude, that Mr. John Lilburn committed no crime in appealing to the people on Saturday the 16. of July 1653.