London England Economic Conditions Sources Early Works To 1800 : A letter intercepted (at sea) by Captaine Moulton, and sent by the Admiralls to the councell of state. Written from Parson Wolby, directed to Mr. Edward Ball, the Princes agent, with Prince Rupert at Kingsale in Ireland. : Wherein is discovered a most fearfull and sad designe against the City of London, and such who have estates in England. A new platforme of the Catholicke religion, intended for England. Severall transactions of the Prince's Navy. And the Governour of the island of Scilly. And an account of the Governours letter (who is salne sick) to the Prince. Parson VVolby his desires to Prince Rupert, and his transactions with Sir John Moene, Sir John Beak, Doctor Wats, and Mr. Ball. And some transactions at sea, between 500 of the King of Spain his souldiers at sea, and the Princes Navy. And severall fights at sea, with other considerable passages of the Princes Navy. May 7. 1649. To the end that all who are faithfull to this nation, may unanimously unite, against the common enemy; whose bitternesse doth appeare against us, both in words, and action, in this letter. Therefore I say imprimatur: Theodore Jennings.; Wolley, Edward,
London England Fire 1666 Moral And Ethical Aspects : Counsel to the afflicted, or, Instruction and consolation for such as have suffered loss by fire : with advice to such as have escaped that sore judgement contained in the resolution of three questions occasioned by the dreadful fire in the city of London in the year 1666 ... : in the discussing of which questions are handled several profitable cases of conscience concerning self-murder, preparing for afflictions, taking up our rest in God &c. which are inserted in the contents / by O.S.; Stockton, Owen,
London England Fire 1670 : Trap ad crucem, or, The papists watch-word : being an impartial account of some late informations taken before several of His Majesties justices of the peace in and about the city of London : also a relation of the several fires that of late have hepened [sic] in and about the said city : published for the publick good, and particularly for caution to the said city.
London England Fire 1683 : A full and more particular account of the late fire : with several losses at Newmarket : in a letter from thence of the 24th instant. 1683.; Cole, John,
London England Fire 1688 : A True relation of the sad and dreadful fire in Thames Street on the 8th of August, 1688 : containing the manner of its beginning, progress, and dismal effect, the number of houses &c. consumed and blown up, parties kill'd and wounded &c. during that fatal conflagration.
London England Fire 1690 : A Sad and lamentable account of the dreadful fire that happen'd on the fourteenth of this instant April, 1690 in the Meuse near White-hall : with the circumstances that attended that amazing conflagration, the damage sustain'd thereby, and how it was happily extinguished : with other matters relating thereto &c.
London England Fire 1698 : Sad and dreadful news from the strand : giving an account of a most dreadful fire which happen'd there last night and consum'd to ashes four persons : with a relation of its beginning, and the manner of its discovery &c.
London England History 17th Centurty Early Works To 1800 : A lamentation taken up for London : that late flourishing city, a bitter, yea a bitter lamentation over all her inhabitants yet living within and about her borders, and over all her rulers and mighty men, who are fled from her as from a murtherer, with good counsel and advice, from the spirit of the Lord to all, that they may turn unto him before the vials of his wrath be poured out for their utter destruction. By a lover of truth and righteousness: Thomas Greene.; Greene, Thomas,