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Great Britain History Restoration 1660 1688 Biblical Teaching Early : An enquiry into the vision of the slaying and rising of the vvitnesses : and falling of the tenth part of the city: with a post-script concerning the controversie about the duty of allegiance, occasion'd by our late revolution.  1692 1
Great Britain History Restoration 1660 1688 Confiscations And Contr : A hue and cry after the high court of injustice. Or, the arraignment and sentence of those blood-thirsty and unparallel'd traitors, who contrary to all law and justice, judged and condemned the late Kings Majesty, Charles the First, of glorious memory to death; : who by the divine hand of Gods justice, which alwayes pursues and overtakes blood-thirsty traitots [sic] to their ruine aad [sic] destruction, are now to be made publick examples of justice, for that horrid act which is now by both Houses of Parliament declared to be horrid murder. With a perfect list of all their names, whose estates are to be sequestered for the same, for the use of his Majesty.  1660 1
Great Britain History Restoration 1660 1688 Drama : The subjects joy for the Kings restoration, cheerfully made known in a sacred masque : gratefully made publique for His Sacred Majesty / by the author of Inqvisitio Anglicana.; Sadler, Anthony,  1660 1
Great Britain History Restoration 1660 1688 Drama Early Works To : A short representation performed before the Lord Generall Monck. at Goldsmiths-hall, Tuesday, Aprill 11th. / By three persons, an English-man, a Welsh-man, and a Scotch-man.  1660 1
Great Britain History Restoration 1660 1688 Early Works To 1800   105
Great Britain History Restoration 1660 1688 Humour : Variety of news for all pallats, as certainties, probabilities, &c..  1661 1
Great Britain History Restoration 1660 1688 Humour Early Works To   5
Great Britain History Restoration 1660 1688 Newspapers : Mercurius civicus, or, The cities intelligencer [electronic resource].    1
Great Britain History Restoration 1660 1688 Newspapers Early Works : The Current intelligence [electronic resource].  1666- 1
Great Britain History Restoration 1660 1688 Pamphlets   4
Great Britain History Restoration 1660 1688 Pamphlets Early Works T : The character of a church-trimmer. / By Heraclitus his ghost.; Heraclitus his ghost.  1683 1
Great Britain History Restoration 1660 1688 Periodicals   12
Great Britain History Restoration 1660 1688 Poetry   28
Great Britain History Restoration 1660 1688 Poetry Early Works To   14
Great Britain History Restoration 1660 1688 Prophecies Early Works : A prophesie, which hath been in a manuscript, in the Lord Powis's family sixty years..  1679? 1
Great Britain History Restoration 1660 1688 Sermons   8
Great Britain History Restoration 1660 1688 Sources   20
Great Britain History Restoration 1660 1688 Sources Early Works To   2
Great Britain History Revolution Of 1688   176
Great Britain History Revolution Of 1688 Anecdotes : A New Protestant litany  1689 1
Great Britain History Revolution Of 1688 Causes : Rehearsing the revolution : radical performance, radical politics in the English Restoration.; Johnson, Odai,  c2000 1
Great Britain History Revolution Of 1688 Drama   2
Great Britain History Revolution Of 1688 Early Works To 1800   138
Great Britain History Revolution Of 1688 Fiction : The Graves-end tilt-boat  1699 1
Great Britain History Revolution Of 1688 Historiography   3
Great Britain History Revolution Of 1688 In Literature : The Oxford handbook of literature and the English Revolution / edited by Laura Lunger Knoppers.  2012 1
Great Britain History Revolution Of 1688 Newspapers   3
Great Britain History Revolution Of 1688 Newspapers Early Works To : London mercury. Or, Moderate intelligencer (London, England : 1688)  1688- 1
Great Britain History Revolution Of 1688 Pamphlets   3
Great Britain History Revolution Of 1688 Poetry   13
Great Britain History Revolution Of 1688 Poetry Early Works To 1800   4
Great Britain History Revolution Of 1688 Propaganda : William III and the godly revolution.; Claydon, Tony.  1996 1
Great Britain History Revolution Of 1688 Sermons   2
Great Britain History Revolution Of 1688 Sermons 17th Century : A seasonable sermon preach'd January 26. 1689, : and publish'd for the common benefit of all true English men. / by J.G. D.D.; Goodman, John,  1690 1
Great Britain History Revolution Of 1688 Social Aspects   2
Great Britain History Revolution Of 1688 Sources   44
Great Britain History Revolution Of 1688 Sources Early Works To 180   16
Great Britain History Richard I 1189 1199   8
Great Britain History Richard I 1189 1199 Biography : The daughters of Henry II and Eleanor of Aquitaine / Colette Bowie.; Bowie, Colette.  c2014 1
Great Britain History Richard I 1189 1199 Early Works To 1800 : L'estoire de la guerre sainte / édité par Catherine Croizy-Naquet.  2014 1
Great Britain History Richard I 1189 1199 Sources   2
Great Britain History Richard Ii 1367 1400 Sources : Close Rolls.    1
Great Britain History Richard Ii 1377 1399   17
Great Britain History Richard Ii 1377 1399 Early Works To 1800   15
Great Britain History Richard Ii 1377 1399 Historiography   2
Great Britain History Richard Ii 1377 1399 Sources : A roll of the proceedings of the King's Council in Ireland : for a portion of the sixteenth year of the reign of Richard the Second, A.D. 1392-93 / edited by James Graves.; England.    1
Great Britain History Richard Iii 1452 1485 Sources : Close rolls.    1
Great Britain History Richard Iii 1483 1485   7
Great Britain History Richard Iii 1483 1485 Biography : John de Vere, thirteenth Earl of Oxford (1442-1513) : 'the foremost man of the kingdom' / James Ross.; Ross, James,  2011 1
Great Britain History Richard Iii 1483 1485 Early Works To 1800 : The historie of the pitifull life, and unfortunate death of Edward the fifth, and the then Duke of Yorke, his brother : with the troublesome and tyrannical government of usurping Richard the third, and his miserable end. Written by the Right Honorable Sir Thomas Moore, sometimes Lord Chancellor of England.; More, Thomas,  1641 1
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