Sweet John 1570 1632 Defence Of The Appendix : The Romish Fisher caught and held in his owne net. Or, A true relation of the Protestant conference and popish difference : A iustification of the one, and refutation of the other. In matter of fact. faith. By Daniel Featly, Doctor in Diuinity.; Featley, Daniel,
Sweet Thomas : Dear friends: it is now about sixe yeares since I was most unfortunately taken by a Turkes man of warre, on the coasts of Barbary captive into Argiere; since which time I have written oft to London to Master Southwood of the upperground, to Richard Barnard of Dukes place, Richard Coole of the Bank-side, to Master Linger an haberdasher in crooked Lane, ...; Sweet, Thomas.
Sweetheart Abbey : Sweetheart Abbey : the Stewartry of Kirkcudbright.; Richardson, J.S.
Swenen History Charles X Gustavus 1654 1660 Early Works To 1800 : A most exact and true relation, extracted out of the registers of the acts, ordinances, and publick instruments. : Wheerby [sic] those passages are laid open, which hapned since the pacification made at Roschilt, on the 26. of Febr. 1657/8. between the most serene princes, the kings of Denmark and Norway, and the King of Sweden; as also, since the immediately ensuing treaties, at Coppenhaghen, and elsewhere, between the Danish commissioners, and the Sweedish ambassadors ... the Swedes infringing the said peace and treaties ... without any cause ... did on the 9th of August of the same year, lay siege unto the the [sic] kingly residency of Coppenhaghen, and to the Castle of Cronenberg, both by sea and land. Translated out of the Danish, and High Dutch copies, printed at Coppenhaghen. Together with a letter written from Hamborough, by an impartial hand. Demonstrating the several mistakes, and sinister allegations, in the Swedish relation ...
Swift Jonathan 1667 1745 Publick Spirit Of The Whigs : By the Queen, a proclamation, for discovering the author of a false, malicious, and factious libel, intituled, The publick spirit of the whigs, set forth in their generous encouragement of the author of the Crisis, with some observations on the seasonableness, candor, erudition, and style of that treatise..; Great Britain.