Great Britain History Early Stuarts 1603 1649 Prophecies Early Work : The worlds wonder : being a true relation of the strange and dreadful apparitions seen in the air, on Tuesday last was seven-night, at New-Market-Heath, and in the western parts: wherein you might discern the flaming-sword, the fiery dragon, sparkling-coals, burning-beams, beating of drums, sounding of trumpets, and a desperate conflict between two armies. Likewise, the presenting of the earth with a mighty thunder-bolt, ... and the taking of it up, and carrying it to Justice Fosters, where many hundreds of people resort to see it, to the great admiration of all that behold it. As also, the strange and wonderful ringing of the bells, by four white spirits in the perfect shape of men, at Ferry-Briggs in York-shire, on the first of this instant March, betwixt 12 and one of the clock in the morning. With the minister, clerk, and others going to them, demanding, In the name of the Father, of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost, what they meant, and what their business was? With the answer which proceeded from a vo
Great Britain History Edward Iv 1461 1483 Poetry : The history of Mistris Jane Shore: : concubine to King Edward the fourth, who was wife to one Matthew Shore, a goldsmith in London. : Wherein is declared her wanton life, with her miserable end, and death of her husband.
Great Britain History Edward Vi And Mary 1547 1558 Early Works To : The historie of wyates rebellion : with the order and maner of resisting the same, wherunto in the ende is added an earnest conference with the degenerate and sedicious rebelles for the serche of the cause of their daily disorder. Made and compyled by Iohn Proctor.; Proctor, John,
Great Britain History Elizabeth 1558 1603 Poetry : Elizabetha triumphans : Conteyning the dammed practizes, that the diuelish popes of Rome haue vsed euer sithence her Highnesse first comming to the Crowne, by mouing her wicked and traiterous subjects to rebellion and conspiracies, thereby to bereaue her Maiestie both of her lawfull seate, and happy life. VVith a declaration of the manner how her excellency was entertained by her souldyers into her campe royall at Tilbery in Essex: and of the ouerthrow had against the Spanish fleete: briefly, truly, and effectually set foorth. Declared, and handled by I.A.; Aske, James.
Great Britain History Elizabeth 1588 1603 Poetry Early Works To : A dutiful inuectiue, against the moste haynous treasons of Ballard and Babington : with other their adherents, latelie executed. Together, vvith the horrible attempts and actions of the Q. of Scottes and the sentence pronounced against her at Fodderingay. Newlie compiled and set foorth, in English verses: for a New yeares gifte to all loyall English subiects by W. Kempe.; Kempe, William.