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,
Great Britain Politics And Government 1649 1660 Controversial Liter : The prophet approved, by the words of his prophesie coming to passe. : Being a declaration of the message which Daniel Baker received from the Lord to the Parliament, Counsel of State, officers of the Army, Mayor and aldermen of the City, met together the 6th day of this 8th month in the place falsely called Christ-Church in London, which day was set apart for thanksgiving, but proved a day of persecution, and voluptuous feasting, to the grief of Gods spirit. Also a letter from Daniel Baker, to the Mayor and recorder of London. Published by Thomas Hart.; D. B.
Great Britain Politics And Government 1660 1685 Poetry Early Works : Upon the joyfull and welcome return of His Sacred Majestie, Charls the Second, of England, Scotland, France and Ireland King, defender of the faith, &c. to his due and indubitate right of government, over these His Majestie's kingdoms and dominions. : A panegyrick. / By Tho. Mayhew, Gent.; Mayhew, Thomas.
Great Britain Politics And Government 1660 1714 Humour : Mercurius benevolens. : Nor prag. nor pol. not he, nor he. But a well-wishing Mercury. Shewing th'abuse of past and present times, with well-meant lessons, & some other rimes. New, new, new, if newes in minde may ease you; true, true, true; truth cannot sure displease you. When from the Senate-House, or court, of newes we have but small report, then with an epigram let's sport.