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,
London England History 17th Century Military Installations Etc : An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament for the raising of money to pay the charge of the fortifications and guards, and for other necessary uses : for the safety of the city and parts adjacent within the lines of communication and weekly bills of mortality : die Martis, 3. Decemb. 1644.; England and Wales.
London England History 17th Century Sermons : London's calamity by fire bewailed and improved in a sermon preached at St. James Dukes-Place : wherein the judgements of God are asserted, the times of those judgments specified, the reasons for those judgments assigned, and all in some measure suitably applied / by Robert Elborough ...; Elborough, Robert.
London England History 18th Century Sources : A description of some engines and implements used in husbandry, &c. .../ made and sold by William Winlaw, engine-maker, Margaret-Street, Cavendish-Square, London : also a list of sundry improved ploughs, horse-hoes, &c. used for different purposes in agriculture, which have been repeatedly tried and approved of by the best practical farmers in this kingdom.; Winlaw, William.
London England History Military 17th Century : Sir, You are desired to send in your horse & armes required of you by warrant from the Militia of London, to the new artillary-ground, upon Monday next being the nine and twentieth of this instant Iuly, by eight of the clock in the forenoone. / Dated this 26 of Iuly 1650. Your reall freind[sic] Jacob Strange.; Strange, Jacob.