London England History Military 17th Century : Sir, You are desired to send in your horse & armes required of you by warrant from the Militia of London, to the new artillary-ground, upon Monday next being the nine and twentieth of this instant Iuly, by eight of the clock in the forenoone. / Dated this 26 of Iuly 1650. Your reall freind[sic] Jacob Strange.; Strange, Jacob.
London England History Poetry Early Works To 1800 : London, King Charles his Augusta, or, city royal. : Of the founders, the names, and oldest honours of that city. An historicall and antiquarian work. Written at first in heroicall Latin verse, according to Greek, Roman, British, English, and other antiquities and authorities, and now translated into English couplets, with annotations. Imprimatur, Na. Brent.; D'Avenant, William,
London England Hospitals Early Works To 1800 : True and unshaken loyalty asserted : that the right of election of all persons to places of trust, in all His Majesties hospitals in the City of London, is inherent in the King, demonstrated; and self-interest plainly detected. Humbly presented to the serious consideration of all the present governnours of His Majesties said hospitals. By a lover of his King and country.; Lover of his King and country.
London England Intellectual Life 17th Century Early Works To 1800 : Motives grounded upon the Word of God, and upon honour, profit, and pleasure for the present founding an university in the metropolis London: : with answers to such objections as might be made by any (in their incogitancy) against the same. Humbly presented (in stead of heathenish and superstitious new-yeares gifts) to the Right Honourable the Lord Major, the right worshipfull the aldermen his brethren, and to those faithfull and prudent citizens which were lately chosen by the said city to be of the Common Counsell thereof for this year insuing, viz. 1647. / By a true lover of his nation, and especially of the said city.; True Lover of His Nation, and Especially of the Said City.