Great Britain Parliament History : A letter sent by F.A. touchyng the proceedings in a priuate quarell and vnkindnesse : betweene Arthur Hall, and Melchisedech Mallerie gentleman, to his very friende L.B. being in Italie. VVith an admonition to the father of F.A. to him being a burgesse of the Parliament, for his better behauiour therein.; Hall, Arthur,
Great Britain Political Satire : News from Wales, or, The Prittish [sic] Parliament : called and assembled upon many cood [sic] reasons and considerations and for the benefit of her countries to secure them from her round-head, long-tayld enemies by the crave and politick wisdoms of her pettish purgesses : with many other pusinesses, projects and purposes tending to the relief of her Prittish [sic] Commons and the honour and reputations of her country of Wales : newly sent up py [sic] her trusty and welpeloved [sic] cousin the Welch empassadour to give all the world notice of her purpose to call a Welch Parliament : and lately her manifold grievances hereunto joyned and annexed / written py [sic] her loving cousin and well-willer Morgan Loyd.; Loyd, Morgan.
Great Britain Politics And Government 17th Century Early Works To : Truth brought to light : or, A discovery of some of the frauds and deceits committed by the late collectors : and several commissioners of prizes, and their officers under them. Contained in the insuing breviate of the proceedings of a charge exhibited against them, with their several answers and observations upon the same on the behalf of the Commonwealth / by Robert Turner. Published for the satisfaction of all merchants, seamen, and others, who are concerned therein, &c.; Turner, Robert,