England Queens Biography : Le vite delle donne illustri. del regno d'Inghilterra, & del regno di Scotia, & di quelle, che d'altri paesi ne i due detti regni sono stato maritate. : Doue si contengono tutte le cose degne di memoria da esse, ò da altri per i rispetti loro state operate, tanto di fuori, quanto di dentro de i due regni. / Scritte in lingua italiana da Petruccio Vbaldino cittadin Fiorentino..; Ubaldini, Petruccio,
England Relations Scotland Humour : An Essay on the means of producing moral effects from physical causes [electronic resource] : or, of infallibly extirpating the roots of national animosity among the north and south Britons : and of establishing a permanent popularity in administration, by the efficiancy of discipline and diet : with notes critical, historical and explanatory.
England Religion 17th Century Congresses : From persecution to toleration [electronic resource] : the Glorious Revolution and religion in England / edited by Ole Peter Grell, Jonathan I. Israel, and Nicholas Tyacke.
England Rural Conditions Early Works To 1800 : Campania fœlix, or, A discourse of the benefits and improvements of husbandry [electronic resource] : containing directions for all manner of tillage, pasturage, and plantation : as also for the making of cyder and perry : with some considerations upon I. Justices of the peace and inferior officers; II. On inns and alehouses; III. On servants and labourers; IV. On the poor : to which are added two essays, I. Of a country-house; II. of the fuel of London / by Tim. Nourse ...; Nourse, Timothy,
England Seal Early Works To 1800 : The opening of the great seale of England. : Containing certain brief historicall and legall observations, touching the originall, antiquity, progresse, vse, necessity of the great seal of the kings and kingdoms, of England, in respect of charters, patents, writs, commissions, and other processe. Together with the kings, kingdoms, Parliaments severall interests in, and power over the same, and over the Lord Chancellour, and the lords and keepers of it, both in regard of its new-making, custody, admi nistration [sic] for the better execution of publike justice, the republique necessary safety, and vtility. Occasioned by the over-rash censures of such who inveigh against the Parliament, for ordering a new great seale to be engraven, to supply the wilfull absence, defects, abuses of the old, unduely withdrawne and detained from them. / By William Prynne, Utter-Barrester of Lincolns Inne. ...; Prynne, William,