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England And Wales Public General Acts 1649 04 07 : A legall vindication of the liberties of England, against illegall taxes and pretended Acts of Parliament lately enforced on the people: or, Reasons assigned by William Prynne of Swainswick in the county of Sommerset, Esquire, why he can neither in conscience, law, nor prudence submit to the new illegall tax or contribution of ninety thousand pounds the month; lately imposed on the kingdom, by a pretended Act of some commons in (or rather out of) Parliament; Prynne, William,  1649 1
England And Wales Public General Acts 1650 01 02 : Some considerations in relation to the Act of 2 January, 1649. for subscribing the engagement  1650 1
England And Wales Public General Acts 1695 1696 7 And : Proclamations. 1696-04-17; England and Wales.  1696 1
England And Wales Royal Mint : Two petitions of Thomas Violet of London, goldsmith, to the Kings Majestie [electronic resource].; Violet, Thomas,  1661 1
  England And Wales Royal Navy -- See Also Great Britain. Royal Navy
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England And Wales Royal Navy   331
England And Wales Royal Navy Early Works To 1800 : By the King, a proclamation, for encouraging mariners, seamen and landmen to enter themselves on board His Majesties ships of war..; England and Wales.  1702 1
England And Wales Royal Navy Victualling Office : An impartial relation of John Kelly's services in the Victualling-Office : With an account of the great abuses he has met with from his opposers. Likewise his necessary vindication occasioned by their report to the Lords of the Admiralty.; Kelly, John,  1699 1
England And Wales Seal Early Works To 1800 : The declaration and ordinance of the Lords and Commons touching the Great Seale of England : and His Maiesties declaration to all his loving subjects upon occasion thereof.; England and Wales.  1643 1
England And Wales Social Conditions : The copy of the commaundement generall by the abbot of euyll profytes  1530? 1
England And Wales Sovereign 1509 1547 Henry Viii   2
England And Wales Sovereign 1558 1603 Elizabeth I   2
England And Wales Sovereign 1558 1603 Elizabeth I Proclamations   5
England And Wales Sovereign 1603 1625 Charles Ii : The Marquess of Argile his answer to his charge sent unto him in the Castle of Edinburgh, the 28. of January.; Argyll, Archibald Campbell,  1661 1
England And Wales Sovereign 1603 1625 James I   2
England And Wales Sovereign 1603 1625 James I Proclamations 161   3
England And Wales Sovereign 1603 1625 James I Proclamations 162 : A true declaration of the state of the manufacture of gold and siluer threed, from the beginning of the making thereof here in England, vntill this present  1623? 1
England And Wales Sovereign 1623 1649 Charles I   2
England And Wales Sovereign 1625 1649 Charles I   82
England And Wales Sovereign 1625 1649 Charles I By The King A Procl : Remonstrance of the nobility, barrones, burgesses, ministers and commons within the kingdome of Scotland. Dutch. 1639; Church of Scotland.  1639 1
England And Wales Sovereign 1625 1649 Charles I His Maiesties Answe   3
England And Wales Sovereign 1625 1649 Charles I His Maiesties Decla   2
England And Wales Sovereign 1625 1649 Charles I His Majesties Answe   8
England And Wales Sovereign 1625 1649 Charles I His Majesties Decla : The petition of both Houses of Parliament, presented to His Majestie at York, March 26. 1642. : With His Majesties answer thereunto. And the petition of the noblemen and gentlemen estated in Ireland, and now in London. And likewise the petition of the countie of Lincoln, with His Majesties severall and respective answers thereunto.; England and Wales.  1642 1
England And Wales Sovereign 1625 1649 Charles I His Majesties Late : A declaration and resolution of the Lords and Commons in Parliament : concerning His Majesties late proclamation for the suppressing of the present rebellion vnder the command of Robert Earl of Essex; and the gratious offer of His Majesties free pardon to him, and all such of his adherents, as shall within six dayes after the date thereof lay down their arms.; England and Wales.  1642 1
England And Wales Sovereign 1625 1649 Charles I His Majesties Lette : A Briefe answer to a book intituled, His Majesties letter and declaration to the sheriffes and city of London  1643 1
England And Wales Sovereign 1625 1649 Charles I His Majesties Messa   4
England And Wales Sovereign 1625 1649 Charles I Kings Majesties Ans   5
England And Wales Sovereign 1625 1649 Charles I Proclamation For Th : A declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament : concerning His Majesties proclamation for adjourning the terme to Oxford : ordaining that no judge, minister, or other person belonging to the chancery, His Majesties Exchequor, or any; England and Wales.  1643 1
England And Wales Sovereign 1625 1649 Charles I Proclamation Prohib   2
England And Wales Sovereign 1625 1649 Charles I Proclamations 1   7
England And Wales Sovereign 1660 1685 Charles Ii   52
England And Wales Sovereign 1660 1685 Charles Ii Early Works To : Die Mercurii, 9. May 1660. Resolved upon the question by the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, : that all and every the ministers throughout the kingdoms of England and Ireland, dominion of Wales and town of Bewick upon Twede, do and are hereby required, and enjoyned, in their publick prayers, to pray for the Kings most Excellent Majesty, ...; England and Wales.  1660 1
England And Wales Sovereign 1660 1685 Charles Ii His Majesties Decl   6
England And Wales Sovereign 1660 1685 Charles Ii Miscellaneous Docu : A panegyrick to His Royal Highness. Upon His Majesties late declaration. : Especially drawn from Unio dissidentium page 2. part 14. page 3. part 3. page 4. part 3. and 4.  1680 1
England And Wales Sovereign 1660 1685 Charles Ii Proclamation Again : By the King. A proclamation for publishing a former proclamation of the 30th of May last (entituled, A proclamation against vitious, debauch'd and prophane persons) in all churches and chappels throughout England and Wales.; England and Wales.  1660 1
England And Wales Sovereign 1660 1685 Charles Ii Proclamation For D   3
England And Wales Sovereign 1660 1685 Charles Ii Proclamation For I : A few sober queries upon the late proclamation for enforcing the laws against conventicles, &c., and the late vote of the House of Commons for renewing the said act for three years more : proposed to the serious consideration of the Kings Majesty with his two Houses of Parliament / by one that earnestly desires the prosperity of England.; One who earnestly desires the prosperity of England.  1668 1
England And Wales Sovereign 1660 1685 Charles Ii Proclamation For P : A letter to a friend, about the late proclamation on the 11th of December, 1679, for further proroguing the Parliament till the 11th of November next ensuing  1679 1
England And Wales Sovereign 1660 1685 Charles Ii Speeches 1678 : An exclamation against popery: or, A broad-side against Rome. : Occasioned by His Majestie's last gracious speech, when he was further pleas'd to express his zeal to maintain the truly antient Protestant religion. / By R.W. D.D. ; Licensed, November the 14th. 1678.; Wild, Robert,  1678 1
England And Wales Sovereign 1685 1688 James Ii   17
England And Wales Sovereign 1685 1688 James Ii By The King A Procla : Some reflections on His Majesty's proclamation of the 12th of February 1686/7 for a toleration in Scotland, together with the said proclamation; Burnet, Gilbert,  1687 1
England And Wales Sovereign 1685 1688 James Ii Declaration James R : A letter from a clergy-man in the city, to his friend in the country, containing his reasons for not reading the declaration; Halifax, George Savile,  1688 1
England And Wales Sovereign 1685 1688 James Ii His Majesties Gracio   12
England And Wales Sovereign 1685 1688 James Ii His Majestys Most Gr : A second letter to a friend, concerning the French invasion : In which the declaration lately dispersed under the title of His Maiesty's most gracious declaration, to all his loving subjects, commanding their assistance against the P. of Orange and his adherents, is entirely and exactly published, according to the dispersed copies; with some short observations upon it.; Sherlock, William,  1692 1
England And Wales Sovereign 1685 1688 James Ii Proclamations 16   2
England And Wales Sovereign 1689 1694 William And Mary   17
England And Wales Sovereign 1689 1694 William Iii : Fall of Babylon.  1688 1
England And Wales Sovereign 1694 1702 William Iii   4
England And Wales Statute Of Limitations 1540 32 Hen Viii Ch : The reading of that famous lawyer, Sr. Robert Brook, Kt. upon the statute of limitations, 32.H.8. Cap. 2; Brooke, Robert,  1647 1
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