Jealousy In Literature Early Works To 1800 : The jealous lover satisfy'd. : All you that do to love pretend, Come lend an ear unto my song, And say no more than you intend, For therein you your selves do wrong. Tune of, The gallant youth of Gravesend.
Jeanes Inigo : The parricide papist, or, Cut-throate Catholicke : a tragicall discourse of a murther lately committed at Padstow in the countie of Cornewall by a professed papist, killing his owne father, and afterwardes himselfe, in zeale of his popish religion, the 11 of March last past, 1606 / written by G. Closse ...; Closse, George.
Jeanes Inigo 1606 : The parricide papist, or Cut-throate Catholicke : A tragicall discourse of a murther lately committed at Padstow in the countie of Cornewall by a professed papist, killing his owne father, and afterwardes himselfe, in zeale of his popish religion. The 11 of March last past. 1606. Written by G Closse, preacher of the word of God at Blacke Torrington in Deuon.; Closse, George.
Jeanne Ii Queen Of Navarre 1311 1349 : A notable sermon made within S. Paules church in Lo[n]don : in the presence of certen of the kinges and Quenes moost honorable priuie cou[n]sell at the celebration of the exequies of the right excellent and famous princesse, lady Ione, Quene of Spayne, Sicilie [and] Nauarre. [et]c. the xviij. of Iune, Anno. 1555. By maister Iohn Feckenam, deane of the sayd churche of Paules. Set furth at the request of some in auctoritie whose request could not be denayed.; Feckenham, John de,
Jeauits : The plotts revealed and the Parliament vindicated: or a full discovery of the wicked designes, plotts and conspiracies of Iesuites, papists, popish prelates, and other popishly affected persons, from before the beginning of his now majesties raigne, unto this present : for the rooting out of the true Protestant religion, and to establish popery in this kingdome; with the severall waies and meanes this designe hath beene prosecuted. Setting forth the true causes and end of this uniust warre against the Parliament; and the point fully proved, that this warre is no new quarrell, nor caused by the militia but devillish malice against the intended reformation of the true Protestant Religion, plotted by Jesuites, and now managed by English and Irish papists and their abbettors. With a brief narration and vindication of the whole proceeding of this Parliament, from the beginning to this present; justified by nature, law and religion, against the false calumniations of all malignants, and sundry scurrilous and abusive pamphlets, of late printed to delude and deceive the kingdome:and lastly, may serve as a sufficient encouragement to all the people of this kingdome, to be no longer gazers on, but put their hands to the worke, b[---] a speedy uniting, with the hazard of life and fortune, in defence of Gods true worship, your owne rights, liberties, and this present parliament. Printed by order.
Jebb Eglantyne : Rebel daughter of a country house : the life of Eglantyne Jebb, founder of the Save the Children Fund.; Wilson, Francesca M.
Jeffares Alexander Norman : A shaping of connections : Commonwealth literature studies, then and now : essays in honour of A.N. Jeffares / edited by Hena Maes-Jelinek, Kirsten Holst Petersen and Anna Rutherford.
Jeffereys John : To the Honourable Committee of Priviledges and Elections. : The humble petition of Edward Progers Esq;.; Progers, Edward.