England Imprints Catalogues : Bibliotheca annua, or, The annual catalogue for the year, 1699 : being an exact catalogue of all English and Latin books, printed in England from January, 169⁸/₉, to March 25. 1700. To which is added the titles of French books imported within the said time, as also most of the prizes that they are generally sold for. Being a more perfect account than has hitherto been designed. / Published for the benefit of the learned, and advantage of others, by A. Roper and W. Turner.
England Military Relations Scotland Early Works To 1800 : Bella Scot-Anglica. : A brief of all the battells, and martiall encounters which have happened 'twixt England and Scotland, from all times to the present. VVherunto is annexed a corollary, declaring the causes whereby the Scot is come of late years to be so heightned in his spirits; with some prophecies which are much cryed up, as reflecting upon the fate of both nations.; Howell, James,
England Militia : An Answer to the booke called, Observations of the old and new militia : with certaine statutes produced for the chusing of His Majesties sheriffes and other officers in every county of England and Wales.
England Moral Conditions Early Works To 1800 : Seven treatises, very necessary to be observed in these very bad days : To prevent the seven last vials of Gods vvrath, that the seven angels are to pour down upon the earth. Revel. xvi. I The monstrous murder of the most holy Jesus paralel'd to the murder of King Charles the First Act. vii. 72. II. The tragedy of Zimri, that slew his king that was his master. 2 Reg. ix. 3r. III. Gods war with the wicked, rebels, murderers, &c. Esay lvii. 21. IV. The lively picture of these lewd times. Jer. xiv. 10 V. The four chiefest duties of every Christian man: 1 Peter ii. 17. VI. The true properties and prerogatives of the true saints. Iohn x. 27. VII. The chiefest cause why we should love God.1 Iohn iv. 19 Whereunto is annexed. The declaration of the just Iudgement of God upon our late Kings friends that neglected him, and upon his enemies that rebelled against him, vis. The treacherous Scots. The bloody Irish. The Presbyierians. In general the Long and Rump Parliament so termed. And in particular of the members of the Long Parliament. So also Irelands present and p; Williams, Gryffith,