Hereford England Siege 1643 : The fourth intelligence from Reading. : Dated from his Excellency his quarters in Reading, April the last, at 5 a clock at night. Wherein is the certain relation of the taking of Hereford by Sir William Waller.
Herefordshire England Charters : The proceedings of the citizens of Hereford in the delivery up of their chapter and renewing of it : vindicated from the scurrilous imputations of Richard Janeway / by a lover of the king, the government, and the city, in a letter to a friend.; Lover of the king, the government, and the city.
Herefordshire England Charters Grants Privileges Early Works To 1800 : The proceedings of the citizens of Hereford in the delivery up of their charter and renewing of it: : vindicated from the scurrilous imputations of Richard Janeway. / By a lover of the King, the government, and the city. In a letter to a friend.; Lover of the king, the government, and the city.
Herefordshire England History 17th Century : Strange news from Lemster in Herefordshire : being a true narrative given under several persons hands there, of a most strange and prodigious opening of the earth in divers places thereabouts : also, a true relation of several wonderful sights ... all attested by several persons of worth and reputation, and exhibited for publick information.
Herefordshire England History Military Early Works To 1800 : True newes out of Herefordshire. : Being a certaine and exact relation, of a battell fought betweene the Lord Marquesse Hertford, the Lord Herbert, and their cavaliers, in number six thousand men. Against the Earle of Stamford, and his forces in those parts; being the trained bands of that countrey, and others adjoyning. As also some companies left there with the said earle of Stamford, by his excellence the Earle of Essex. Wherein the said Earle of Stamford obtained a glorious victory: killing two thousand and five hundred of the marquesse his souldiers. Together with a mighty disturbance hapning in this city and the suburbs thereof, by reason of a sodain alarum, given about twelve a clocke at night, in the said city and suburbs on Wednesday last.
Heresy Church Of England : A relation of the fearful estate of Francis Spira. : After he turn'd apostate from the Protestant church to popery / compiled by Nath. Bacon, esq. ; To which is added. K. James, the first prophetical curse, upon any of his race, that should apostatize to the Church of Rome. With several dreadful examples of God's judgments on persons of all degrees, that have, for fear, or worldly interest, forsaken the true religion which once they professed. Together with the lamentation of the great origen, for his fall, when he was again received into the church.; Bacon, Nathaniel,
Heresy In Literature : Le théâtre des exclus au Moyen Age : hérétiques, sorcières et marginaux.; Koopmans, Jelle.
Heresy Legal Status Laws Etc Early Works To 1800 : An answer to a book published by Dr. Bramhall, late bishop of Derry; called the Catching of the leviathan. Together with an historical narration concerning heresie, and the punishment thereof. By Thomas Hobbes of Malmesbury; Hobbes, Thomas,
Heresy Poetry Early Works To 1800 : An exclamatio[n] vpo[n] the erronious and fantasticall sprite of heresy : troubli[n]g the vnitie of the Church, deceaui[n]g the simple Christia[n], with her vnperfect, vnprofiftable & vayn wordes.
Heresy Sermons : The authours, nature, and danger of heresie : laid open in a sermon preached before the Honourable House of Commons in S. Margarets Westminster upon Wednesday the tenth of March 1646, being set apart as a solemn day of publick humiliation to seek Gods assistnace for the suppressing and preventing of growth and spreading of errours, heresies, and blasphemies / by Richard Vines.; Vines, Richard,
Heretics Christian England : A True relation of the commissions and warrants for the condemnation and burning of Bartholomew Legatt and Thomas Withman, the one in West-Smithfield, London, the other at Lichfield, in the year 1611 : signed with K. James his own hand ... : whereunto are added the pardons of Theophilus Higgons and St. Eustace Hart, Knight.