Great Britain Politics And Government 1600 1714 Early Works To : A new ballad of Jocky's iourney into England, in the year, 1681 : UUith his remarkes upon the times. When Jockey had discover'd all he sought, weighing how many were to troubles brought for being loyal, which since here a crime, in England will mispend no longer time; but by his friend advis'd, concludes to stay, to know the author of our Sham-Plot play, which being done, to Scotland he returns, prayes for his King, and our divisiions mourns. To the tune of, Mogey was Moou'd, &c.
Great Britain Politics And Government 1601 1700 Early Works To : The new state of England under Their Majesties K. William and Q. Mary : In three parts. Containing I. A geographical description of England in general, and of every county in particular, with usefull and curious remarks. II. An account of the inhabitants, their original, genius, customs, laws, religion, and government; of their present Majesties, their court, power, revenues, &c. III. A description of the several courts of judicature; viz. the High Court of Parliament, Privy Council, and all other courts; with a catalogue of the present officers in Church and state. By G.M.; Miege, Guy,
Great Britain Politics And Government 1603 1649 Poetry Early Works : A vvatch, composed for, and dedicated to the seruice : of the right honorable William Earle of Derby, Barron Stanley, Lord Strange of Knockin, and of Man: Knight of the most noble order of the Garter, Leiutenant, and Chamber-laine, of the counties palatines of Chester, and Lancaster, &c. / By his honors most obseruant seruant, Augustine Taylor, preacher, minister, at Hawarden, in Flint-Shire..; Taylor, Augustine.
Great Britain Politics And Government 1603 1714 Poetry : Poems on affairs of state from the time of Oliver Cromwell to the abdication of K. James the Second / written by the greatest wits of the age ... ; with some miscellany poems by the same, most whereof never before printed ; now carefully examined with the originals and published without any castration.
Great Britain Politics And Government 1625 1649 Pamphlets : Master Glyn his speech in Parliament, on Wednesday, the fifth of Ianuary, at the committee sitting in Guild-Hall : concerning the breaches of the priviledges of Parliament, by breaking open the chambers, studies, and truncks of the sixe gentlemen, upon their accusation of high treason by His Majestie, 1641.; Glynne, John,