Great Britain Politics And Government Humour 1625 1649 Early Works : The parliament arraigned, convicted; wants nothing but execution : Wherein you may evidently discerne all the blessed fruit of their seven yeers session tending the dishonor of God, the ruine of the Church of Christ in this kingdome; the unkinging of His Majestie, the destruction of our lawes, the errection of tyrauny, and the perpetuall boudage [sic] of a free-borne people. Written in the yeer of wonders, being the eight yeer of the Lords and Commons dissembled at Westminster, by Tom Tyranno-Mastix, alias, Mercurius Melancholicus, (well-wisher to all such Parliaments,) to their everlasting glory. Amen.; Mercurius Melancholicus,
Great Britain Politics And Government L689 1702 : The declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled at Westminster : presented to Their Highnesses the Prince and Princess of Orange, at White-Hall the 13th of February 1688/9.; England and Wales.
Great Britain Politics And Government Poetry 1603 1714 Early Works : England in its condition, briefly and most lively characterized, by way of essay : VVhereunto are annexed some acrosticke verses, vpon the names of severall members of the honourable House of Commons, and others, (viz.) Sir Tho. Fairfax. ...Iohn Wastell, Esquire. By Iohn Benson, Gent.; Benson, John,
Great Britain Politics And Government To 1485 Early Works To 1800 : The constitution of parliaments in England : deduced from the time of King Edward the Second, illustrated by King Charles the Second in his Parliament summon'd the 18 of February 1660/1. And dissolved the 24 of January 1678/9. Observed by Sr. John Pettus of Suffolk, Knight.; Pettus, John,