Seyler Athene : The craft of comedy / Athene Seyler with Stephen Haggard.; Seyler, Athene,
Seymar William Conjugium Conjurgium : Marriage asserted : in answer to a book entituled Conjugium conjurgium, or, Some serious considerations on marriage : wherein (by way of caution and advice to a friend) its nature, ends, events, concomitant accidents, &c. are examined, by William Seymar, Esq. / written by a country gentleman.; Country gentleman.
Seymour Edward Sir 1562 Or 3 1613 : The baronets buriall, or A funerall sermon preached at the solemnitie of that honourable baronet Sr Edvvard Seymours buriall. By Barnaby Potter Bachelor in Divinitie, fellow of Queenes College in Oxford, and preacher to the towne of Tottnes in Devon; Potter, Barnaby,
Shadwell Thomas 1642 1692 Some Reflections Upon The Pretended Paral : The vindication, or, The parallel of the French Holy-League and the English League and Covenant : turn'd into a seditious libell against the King and His Royal Highness by Thomas Hunt and the authors of the Reflections upon the pretended parallel in the play called The Duke of Guise / written by Mr. Dryden.; Dryden, John,
Shaftesbury Anthony Ashley Cooper Earl Of 1621 1683 Impartial Accou : Protestant loyalty fairly drawn, in an answer to a pair of scandalous and popish pamphlets : the first intituled, A dialogue at Oxford between tutor and pupil, &c. : the other intituled, An impartial account of the nature and tendency of the late addresses, Jesuits and the jesuited immortal enemies to Protestant monarchs.
Shaftesbury England History : Two great victories. : I. One obtained by Collonel Fleetvvood at Shaftsbury on Sunday, August the 3. 1545 [sic]. 51 of the Kings Commissioners taken prisoners as they sate in Councell, with a perfect list of all their names. II. Another victory obtained by Lieutenant Generall Crumwell, against the Club-men at Hambleton-Hill. 2500 routed. 300 taken prisoners. 2000 armes taken. 12 slaine upon the place. Many wounded. Also all their colours, and drums taken, and all the rest of their baggage. Commanded to be printed, and is published according to order.
Shaftesbury England History Early Works To 1800 : Two letters: : the one, sent to the Right Honorable, the Lord Fairfax, from Sir Tho: Fairfax his son, commander in chief of the Parliaments forces; concerning his besieging Sherborn. The other sent to Sir Tho: Fairfax, from Lieutenant Generall Cromwell; concerning the late fight at Shaftesbury, with the Club-men of Dorset, Wilts, and Somerset. Together with a list of the names of the country gentlemen, or ring-leaders of the Club-men, brought prisoners to Sherborn, Aug. 3. 1645. Ordered by the Commons in Parliament, that these letters be forthwith printed and published: H: Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.; Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax,