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Great Britain Politics And Government 1603 1649 Early Works To   7
Great Britain Politics And Government 1603 1649 Poetry : A satire in verse on King James I and King Charles I  1645 1
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.  1623 1
Great Britain Politics And Government 1603 1649 Sources : A letter written out of the country to Mr. John Pym Esquire, one of the worthy members of the House of Commons, February I.  1642 1
Great Britain Politics And Government 1603 1714   62
Great Britain Politics And Government 1603 1714 Caricatures And Car : Unseemly pictures : graphic satire and politics in early modern England / Helen Pierce.; Pierce, Helen,  2008 1
Great Britain Politics And Government 1603 1714 Drama Early Works T : 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
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Great Britain Politics And Government 1603 1714 Historiography : Sir Walter Raleigh and his readers in the seventeenth century : speaking to the people.; Beer, Anna R.,  1997 1
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.  1699 1
Great Britain Politics And Government 1603 1714 Poetry Early Works : Of the seuerall conquests of England.  16--? 1
Great Britain Politics And Government 1603 1714 Sources   4
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Great Britain Politics And Government 1625 1649 Humour : Hogs character of a projector : being a relation of his life and death, with his funerall.; Heywood, Thomas,  1642 1
Great Britain Politics And Government 1625 1649 Humour Early Works   4
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,  1642 1
Great Britain Politics And Government 1625 1649 Periodicals   4
Great Britain Politics And Government 1625 1649 Poetry : En surculus arbor.; Peacham, Henry,  1641 1
Great Britain Politics And Government 1625 1649 Poetry Early Works   2
Great Britain Politics And Government 1625 1649 Sermons   3
Great Britain Politics And Government 1625 1649 Sermons Early Works : Englands looking-glasse : presented in a sermon, preached before the Honorable House of Commons at their late solemn fast, December 22, 1641 / by Edmund Calamy, B.D. and preacher at Aldermanbury, London.; Calamy, Edmund,  1642 1
Great Britain Politics And Government 1625 1649 Sources   90
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Great Britain Politics And Government 1625 1660 Early Works To : Claudii Salmasii ad Johannem Miltonum responsio : opus posthumum.; Saumaise, Claude,  1660 1
Great Britain Politics And Government 1641 1649 : A declaration of the House of Commons, touching a late breach of their priviledges; : and for the vindication thereof, and of divers members of the said house.; England and Wales.  1642 1
Great Britain Politics And Government 1641 1649 Sources : A declaration of the House of Commons, touching a late breach of their priviledges; : and for the vindication thereof, and of divers members of the said house.; England and Wales.  1642 1
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Great Britain Politics And Government 1642 1649 Anecdotes   2
Great Britain Politics And Government 1642 1649 Drama Early Works T : The Levellers levell'd. : Or, The Independents conspiracie to root out monarchie. An interlude: / vvritten by Mercurius Pragmaticus.; Nedham, Marchamont,  1647 1
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Great Britain Politics And Government 1642 1649 Fiction Early Works   6
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Great Britain Politics And Government 1642 1649 Newspapers   18
Great Britain Politics And Government 1642 1649 Pamphlets   3
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Great Britain Politics And Government 1642 1649 Poetry   6
Great Britain Politics And Government 1642 1649 Poetry Early Works   18
Great Britain Politics And Government 1642 1649 Sermons   5
Great Britain Politics And Government 1642 1649 Sermons Early Works   4
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Great Britain Politics And Government 1642 1649 Sources Early Works   19
Great Britain Politics And Government 1642 1660   63
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Great Britain Politics And Government 1642 1660 Humour : Hosanna: or, A song of thanks-giving, : sung by the children of Zion, and set forth in three notable speeches at Grocers Hall, on the late solemn day of thanksgiving, Thursday June 7. 1649. / The first was spoken by Alderman Atkins. The second by Alderman Isaac Pennington. The third by Hugh Peters (no alderman, but) clericus in cuerpo.  1649 1
Great Britain Politics And Government 1642 1660 Humour Early Works   4
Great Britain Politics And Government 1642 1660 Moral And Ethical A : The Samaritan revived : and the course he then took to cure the wounded traveller by powring in wine and oyl : historically applyed for the sound and speedy healing of our present dangerous distractions : with a sermon preacht by the same author upon Prov. 24:21 ... / by Matthew Griffith.; Griffith, Matthew,  1660 1
Great Britain Politics And Government 1642 1660 Sermons : Seven treatises very necessary to be observed in these very bad days to prevent the seven last vials of God's wrath, that the seven angels are to pour down upon the earth : Revel. xvi ... whereunto is annexed The declaration of the just judgment of God ... and the superabundant grace, and great mercy of God showed towards this good king, Charles the First ... / by Gr. Williams, Ld. Bishop of Ossory.; Williams, Gryffith,  1661 1
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