Isle Of Ely England History Early Works To 1800 : Joyfull newes from the Isle of Ely, : declaring the manner of the apprehending of Bishop Wren, and his bringing up to London, together with his treasure, on Thursday the first of September, by a company of horsmen that went to search his house, being suspected to have store of armes and ammunition, attested by George Hubbard, dwelling at Downham where the bishops pallace is, and now evidently appeares by his apprehension. Also the true proceedings at Portsmouth. Or, the humble desires of Colonell Goring to the forces of the Parliament: wherein is declared, that he will deliver up the town to them, provided they will grant him his life.
Isle Of Man History 17th Century : Englands friend raised from the grave. : Giving seasonable advice to the Lord Generall, Lievtenant-Generall, and the Councell of Warre. Being the true copies of three letters / written by Mr. John Saltmarsh, a little before his death.; Saltmarsh, John,
Isle Of Man History Military Early Works To 1800 : Exceeding joyfull newes from Coventry : declaring the happy successe of Col. Hambden, Col. Goodwyn, and the citisens of Coventry, against Prince Robert and his forces, who besieged Coventry on Friday last. With the number of them that were slain, and the taking of Cap. Iohnson and many other prisoners. Also the victorious proceedings of the Earle of Argile against the Earl of Derbie, who while the E. of Derby besieged Manchester the second time, and was from thence repulsed, seized upon the Ile of Man, the ancient inheritance of the Earls of Derby, and hath there placed many strong garrisons. With exceeding good news from Holland, expressed in the fidelity of the States to the Parliament of England, who made stay of four great vessels laden with men and ammunition to assist the King against the Parliament.
Isle Of Man History To 1500 : Manx kingship in its Irish Sea setting, 1187-1229 : King R̜ognvaldr and the Crovan dynasty / R. Andrew McDonald.; McDonald, R. Andrew
Isle Of Purbeck England History : A short and true state of the case, repleating to the election for the Burrough of Corsse Castle, in the Isle of Purbeck, and County of Dorset, which was on the 4th of August, 1698.
Isle Of Wight England Buildings : The Isle of Wight : report and proceedings of the 152nd Summer Meeting of the Royal Archaeological Institute in 2006 / edited by Mark Gardiner and David Tomalin.; Royal Archaeological Institute (Great Britain).
Isle Of Wight England Early Works To 1800 : His Majesties going from the Isle of Wight and the answer of the Lord Major, aldermen, and Common councell, to the Lord Fairfax his letter to the City of London. : Also, a letter from the Lord Generall Fairfax, concerning the citizens of London that have guarded the Parliament, and the head-quarters now at St. Iames, the mewes, and other places about the city. With the armies appeal from the Parliament to the kingdom, and a letter from the Parliament to the Lord Generall. A full relation touching Col. Hamond, and other passages in the Isle of Wight. The originall papers were read, and this is published for generall satisfaction to the kingdom.
Isle Of Wight England Maps Early Works To 1800 : The true description or draffte of that famous Ile of Wighte : with some parte of the Englishe or Britaine coast and inwarde countreye of Hampshire and Sussex : wherein gentle reader you maye see the true distances sett downe by measure or scale of any parte thereof, also the particuler descriptions of hills, woodes, beacons, castells, rockes, and townes, whiche vnto this platt are adioyninge / made by Baptista Boazio.; Boazio, Baptista.
Isleham England History Early Works To 1800 : To the supreme authority, the Parliament of the Commonwealth of England. : The humble petition of the owners and commoners of the town of Islelham [sic] in the county of Cambridge.
Isleworth London England History Sources : The Petition of the inhabitants of Istleworth in the countie of Middlesex against William Grant, minister of the said parish : whereunto is added one and twenty articles against the said minister by his parishioners presented to the Honourable House of Commons.
Islip Adam 1639 : [Emblematic device used by Adam Islip with the motto, "Quibus respublica conservetur"].; Islip, Adam,