Southwark London England Early Works To 1800 : An act for setling the militia for the borough of Southwark, and parishes adjacent. : Thursday, July 14. 1659. Ordered by the Parliament, that this act be forthwith printed and published. Thomas St. Nicholas Clerk of the Parliament.; England and Wales.
Southwark London England Fire 1676 : A True narrative of the great and terrible fire in Southwark, on Fryday the 26th of May, 1676 : whereby those eminent innes, the Queens-head, the Talbot, the George, the White-hart, the Kings head, and the Green-dragon : together with the prison of the counter, the meal-market, and about five hundred dwelling-houses (as moderately computed) were burn'd down, blown up, and wholly destroyed.
Southwark London England Fire 1689 : A Full and true account of the sad and dreadful fire which happened in the borough of Southwark on the 22 of September, 1689 ... : and the manner of seizing a notorious papist.
Southwark London England History : Die Jovis, 24 Julii, 1645. An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, : for the levying and collecting of money in arreare in the county of Middlesex, and cities of London and Westminster, burrough of Southwark, and places adjacent, (which moneys was alotted for the providing of a new traine of artillery, under the command of the Earle of Essex) a great part of which moneys is yet uncollected. Joh. Brown, Cleric. Parliamentorum.; England and Wales.
Southwark London England Militia Early Works To 1800 : An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: : for the setling of the militia of the burrough of Southwarke. With the names of the committee for the execution of the same. Die veneris, 14. April. 1648. Ordered by the Lords assembled in Parliament, that this ordinance be forthwith printed and published. Joh. Brown Cler. Parliamentorum.; England and Wales.
Southwell Thomas Southwell Baron 1664 Or 5 1720 : The indictment and arraignment of John Price Esquire, late receiver-general in Ireland : with a hundred and one other Protestants, at Wicklow, before John Keating Esq, Chief Justice of the Common pleas a Protestant, and Henry Lynch Knight Baron of the Exchequer, a Papist / collected by a Person that was present and took the same in writing.; Person that was present.