Loyal Apprentice Of The Honourable City Of London : Musa præsica : the London poem, or, An humble oblation on the sacred tomb of our Late Gracious Monarch King Charles the II, of ever Blessed and Eternal Memory / by a loyal apprentice of the honourable city of London.
Loyal Britain : A cordial for England, or a character of true Britains : [t]ogether with a narrative and recital of all Popish plots in England since the days of Queen Elizabeth. And a prophesie of Romes downfal, by a Loyal Britain.
Loyal Lover Of Peace And Truth : The Army anatomized: : or, A brief & plain display of the humble, honest and religious actings of the General Sir Tho. Fairfax, and his army of saints, toward the good of the King and Parliament, and the whole kingdom, since the famous victory, at Naseby, June 14. 1645. Occasioned upon the serious consideration of 4 Scripture-properties of every true saint and Christian soldier. 1. Whatsoever ye would that men should do unto you ('tis our Saviors own Golden-Rule) even so do ye unto them. Mat. 7. 12. 2. Not to do any evil (a general Rule, which admits of no exception, either in Kings, or in Commanders) that good may come thereof. Rom. 3.8. 3. To abstain from every appearance of evil; much more from every apparent evil. 2 Thes. 5. 22. 4. Do violence, or wrong, to no man; neither accuse any man falsly. Luke 3.14. Now, how Sir Tho. Fairfax's army of saints and Christian soldiers have performed all these, or any of these, shal be faithfully and plainly declared, in 20. following observations. / By a loyal lover of peace and truth; but a hearty contemner of sedition and schism.
Loyal Person : An Elegy upon that renowned hero and cavalier, the Lord Capel : who (for his loyalty) was barbarously murther'd in the Palace-Yard at Westminster, on the [9th] day of [March], 16 / preserved by a loyal person, and never before printed.
Loyal Protestant : The Popish-Plot and plotters / considered by a loyal Protestant.
Loyall Subject Of His Majesties : Verses in honour of the reverend and learned judge of the law, Iudge Ienkin; : the sole author of his soveraignes rights, Englands laws, and the peoples liberty. / Written by a loyall subject of his Majesties.