Great Britain Politics And Government 1660 1714 Humour : Mercurius benevolens. : Nor prag. nor pol. not he, nor he. But a well-wishing Mercury. Shewing th'abuse of past and present times, with well-meant lessons, & some other rimes. New, new, new, if newes in minde may ease you; true, true, true; truth cannot sure displease you. When from the Senate-House, or court, of newes we have but small report, then with an epigram let's sport.
Great Britain Politics And Government 1660 16888 Early Works To : The speech of an honest Common-council man : Mr. Chairman, the discent from France, I confess finds more credit with me than I was willing at first to give it; and from the just apprehension I have of the consequences of it, I now rise to speak; ...; Honest Council-man.
Great Britain Politics And Government 1689 1702 Sermons : A sermon preached at St. Patrick's Church Dublin on the 16th of Novemb. 1690 : being the day of thanksgiving for the preservation of His Majesties person, his good success in our deliverance, and his safe and happy return into England : before the Right Honourable the Lords Justices of Ireland / by William King.; King, William,
Great Britain Politics And Government 1702 1714 Drama : The favourite / Fox Searchlight Pictures, Film4 and Waypoint Entertainment present an Element Pictures/Scarlet Films production ; produced by Ceci Dempsey, Ed Guiney, Lee Magiday, Yorgos Lanthimos ; written by Deborah Davis and Tony McNamara ; directed by Yorgos Lanthimos.