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Royalists England Dorset Early Works To 1800 : A declaration of the knights and gentry in the county of Dorset, : VVho were in his late Majesties army.  1660 1
Royalists England Early Works To 1800   30
Royalists England Essex Early Works To 1800 : The declaration and address of the gentry of the county of Essex, : who have adhered to the King, and suffered imprisonment, or sequestration, during the late troubles.  1660 1
Royalists England Hertford Early Works To 1800 : A declaration of the knights and gentry of the county of Hertford that adhered to the late King.  1660 1
Royalists England History 17th Century   15
Royalists England History 17th Century Early Works To 1800   53
Royalists England History 17th Century Humour Early Works To 1800   2
Royalists England History 17th Century Poetry Early Works To 1800   2
Royalists England History 17th Century Religious Aspects Early Works   2
Royalists England History 17th Century Sources   4
Royalists England History Commonwealth And Protectorate 1649 1660 E : An apologie of John Earl of Bristol : consisting of two tracts. In the first, he setteth down those motives and tyes of religion, oaths, laws, loyalty, and gratitude, which obliged him to adhere unto the King in the late unhappy vvars in England. In the second, he vindicateth his honour and innocency from having in any kind deserved that injurious and merciless censure, of being excepted from pardon or mercy either in life or fortunes.; Bristol, John Digby,  1656 1
Royalists England History Early Works To 1800   3
Royalists England History Poetry Early Works To 1800 : Tyrants tryumphant: or, The high court of state..  1649 1
Royalists England Humour Early Works To 1800   5
Royalists England Kent Early Works To 1800   10
Royalists England London Early Works To 1800   13
Royalists England London Legal Status Laws Etc Early Works To 1800 : An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament : for the putting out of the cities of London and Westminster, and late lines of communication, and twenty miles distant, for six moneths, all delinquents, papists, and others that have been in arms against the Parliament. With an order of both Houses concerning the chusing of Common-Councell men, and other officers of the city of London. Die Veneris, 17 Decemb. 1647. Ordered by the Lords assembled in Parliament, that this ordinance and order be forthwith printed and published. Joh. Brown. Cler. Parliamentorum.; England and Wales.  1647 1
Royalists England Oxfordshire Early Works To 1800 : A declaration of the nobility, knights & gentry of the County of Oxon which have adhered to the late King.  1660 1
Royalists England Poetry Early Works To 1800   2
Royalists England Religious Life Early Works To 1800 : The Cavaliers catechisme, : and confession of his faith, consisting in foure principall heads, viz. 1. His duty towards God, and confession of the holy Trinity 2. His duty towards his King, and superiours, spirituall and temporall. 3. His duty to his neighbour in generall. 4. His duty to and opinion of the Sacraments. All familiarly explained (by way of question and answer) betweene a zealous minister of the Gospell, and a gentleman who had serv'd his Majesty in the late unhappy warre, being very usefull for all sorts of people to practise.  1647 1
Royalists England Salop Early Works To 1800 : A declaration of the gentry of the county of Salop, : who were of the late Kings party.  1660 1
Royalists England Sources Early Works To 1800   2
Royalists England Worcester Early Works To 1800   2
Royalists England York 17th Century Early Works To 1800 : A declaration from many thousands of His Majesties loyall and faithfull subjects in the county of York, concerning the raising of an army both of horse and foot to aid and assist the King: : and the resolution of the knights, gentry, and free-holders thereupon; as also, their protestation touching the northern army. Likewise, the humble remonstrance and proposals of divers knights, gentry, and free-holders in the county of Leicester; concerning the Kings Majesty, Crown, and Kingdome. Sent to the Kings most Excellent Majesty. Ordered that this declaration be published in all the parish churches, and market towns within the said county of York.  1648 1
Royalists Great Britain   2
Royalists Great Britain 17th Century Early Works To 1800 : The declaration and protestation of the Kings Army in South-Wales, concerning their dread soveraign the King; : as also touching His Majesties freedome, honour, and safety. Assented to and taken by Col. Poyer, and the rest of the Kings party in South-Wales, and now dispiersed into the severall counties of North-Wales, where it is now taking by the Cavalieres in the severall counties thereof. John Poyer. Likewise, a declaration of Sir Tho: Glenham, Sir Marmaduke Langdale, and the rest of the Kings party in the north of England, concerning their present design for the Kings Majesty.  1648 1
Royalists Great Britain Death Early Works To 1800 : The royal martyrs : or, a list of the lords, knights, commanders, and gentlemen, that were slain in the late wars, in defence of their King and country. As also of those executed by the high courts of justice or law-martial.  1660 1
Royalists Great Britain Early Works To 1800   14
Royalists Great Britain History : The monarchy and the British nation, 1780 to the present / edited by Andrzej Olechnowicz.  2007 1
Royalists Great Britain History 17th Century   7
Royalists Great Britain History 17th Century Early Works To 1800   3
Royalists Great Britain Legal Status Laws Etc Early Works To 1800 : An ordinance of the Lords & Commons assembled in Parliament, : for disabling delinquents to bear office, or to have any voyce or vote in the election of any major, recorder, sheriffs, aldermen, assistants, bayliffs, town-clerk, common-councel-man, steward of any court, constable, or any other officer, in city, borough, or town corporate, or universities, or other place in the Kingdom of England or Dominion of Wales. 4 Octobr. 1647. Ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that this ordinance be forthwith printed and published. H: Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.; England and Wales.  1647 1
Royalists Great Britain Poetry Early Works To 1800 : The true Protestants humble desires to the Kings most excellent Majesty. Or, Protestant-like propositions for His Majesties perusall, tending to a safe and well-grounded peace. VVith a commination or chorus of the people against those that desire it not.  1647 1
Royalists Humour Early Works To 1800 : Oxford besiedged : surprised, taken, and pittifully entred on Munday the second of Iune last, 1645. by the valiant forces of the London and Westminster Parliament. Written, by a trusty wellwisher of theirs, who sted-fastly hopes, and heartily prayes, they may have the like prosperous successe in all their future undertakings. The writers name and surname begins with the 9th letter of the Greeke alphabet, io-ta.; Taylor, John,  1645 1
Royalists In Literature   5
Royalists Poetry Early Works To 1800   5
Royalists Scotland 17th Century Early Works To 1800 : The Kings Majesties speech, : in the Parliament at Edinburgh the seventeenth day of August, 1641.; England and Wales.  1641 1
Royallieu Concentration Camp : Le camp de la mort lente (Compiegne 1941-42).; Bernard, Jean-Jacques,  1944 1
Royalty Social Class : Princess Diana [electronic resource].  2007 1
Roybridge Scotland Maps : Lower Glen Roy and Roybridge [cartographic material].; Great Britain.  1983 1
Royce Henry Sir 1863 1933 : Frederick Henry Royce, an outline of his engineering achievement.; Smith, George Geoffrey,  1945 1
Royce Josiah 1855 1916   6
Roydon Common England Maps : Norfolk [cartographic material] : sheet TF 62 SE.; Great Britain.  1958 1
Roydon Essex England Maps   2
Roydon Family : A manor through four centuries.; Cook, Arthur Ralph.  1938 1
Roydon Hall Kent England : A manor through four centuries.; Cook, Arthur Ralph.  1938 1
Royle Thomas : A holy lamp of light: : discovering the falacious allegorizing of scriptures, to destroy not only the reallity of the person of Christ, but all other truths, from his conception to his exaltation; the generalll [sic] resurrection, and the generall judgment-day, falsly avowing all to be fulfilled here in this present life. Or a defence against Mr. Royle his reply. / By Iohn Graunt.; Graunt, John,  1650 1
Royston Barnsley England Maps : [Shafton [cartographic material] : Yorkshire, West Riding 263.9].; Great Britain.  1932 1
Royston Hertfordshire England History Early Works To 1800   2
Royston Hertfordshire England Maps   5
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