Great Britain History Charles Ii 1660 1683 : The character of a disbanded courtier : dedicated to the author of that famous speech, call'd The speech of a noble peer / by a person of quality.; Person of quality.
Great Britain History Charles Ii 1660 1685 Confiscations And Contri : An act for the speedy bringing in of second moyeties upon the sale of lands forfeited to the Commonvvealth for treason. : Saturday, August 13. 1659. Ordered by the Parliament, that this Act be forthwith printed and published. Tho. St Nicholas, Clerk of the Parliament.; England and Wales.
Great Britain History Charles Ii 1660 1685 Prophecies : The age of vvonders, or Miracles are not ceased. : Being a true but strange relation of a child born at Burslem in Stafford-shire, who, before it was three quarters old, spake and prophesied strange and wonderful things touching the king ... affirmed in a letter by Mr. Colclough, Justice of the Peace, to Colonel Pury; and attended upon oath by Elizabeth Locket and her husband, the childs nurse.
Great Britain History Charles Ii 1660 1685 Sermons Early Works To : Popery and hypocrisy detected and opened from the Holy Scriptures : as it respects magistrates, ministers, and people. In a sermon upon the occasion of a general fast, kept Decemb. 22. 1680. By the author of the Plotters doom, a true son of the Church of England.; Palmer, Samuel,
Great Britain History Charles Ii 16601685 Early Works To 1800 : To the right honorable, the right worshipful, and the reverend, the lords, knights, gentlemen, and clergy, of the diocess and county of Worcester; the humble proposal of a native of that county, in the behalf of ingenious young scholars, that have a serious desire to be educated in good literature.; Good, Thomas,
Great Britain History Civil War 1642 1649 Campaigns Colchester Earl : Another fight at Colchester, and the storming of the town on Fryday night last, by the Parliaments forces, and the successe thereof. : Together, with the proceedings of His Majesties loyall subjects; in the counties Northapton, Liecester, and Rutland, touching their raising of sixe regiments for the defence of King, Parliament, and Kingdome. Likewise, a great fight in Scotland, between Duke Hamiltons forces commanded by the Earle of Kalendar Lieutenant Generall, and the Marquesse of Argyles party, with the number slain and taken prisoners, the Lord Chancellours escape, and hundreds fled to the mountains. Also, Duke Hamiltons speech to the Estates of Scotland, concerning the advancing with his Army into England.