Tiverton Devonshire History Early Works To 1800 : The True lamentable discourse of the burning of Teuerton : in Deuon-shire the third day of Aprill last past, about the hower of one of the clocke in the after-noone being Market day, 1598. At what time there was consumed to ashes about the number of 400 houses with all the money and goods that was therein: and fyftie persons burnt aliue through the vehemencie of the same fyer.
Tiverton England Fire 1598 Early Works To 1800 : VVofull nevves from the vvest-parts of England : Being the lamentable burning of the towne of Teuerton, in Deuon-shire, vpon the fift of August last, 1612. VVhereunto is annexed, the former burning of the aforesaid towne, the third of Aprill, 1598.
Tiverton England Fire 1612 Early Works To 1800 : VVofull nevves from the vvest-parts of England : Being the lamentable burning of the towne of Teuerton, in Deuon-shire, vpon the fift of August last, 1612. VVhereunto is annexed, the former burning of the aforesaid towne, the third of Aprill, 1598.
To George Bishop Of Bristol And To The Rest Of That Party Commonly Called Q : A vindication of the principles and practices of the people called Quakers from the false aspersions of being monstrous in their opinions as to religion, denyers of the Old and New Testaments, inconsistent with and contrary to government, useless to the King and country, such as for whose protection the magistrate is no way obliged to take care, injurers of common justice between party and party, unfit for the societies of men and publique conversation : in answer to a paper superscribed, To George Bishop of Bristol and to the rest of that party commonly called Quakers / by George Bishop.; Bishop, George,
To The Right Honourable The Lords Assembled In High Court Of Parliament The : A iustification of The city remonstrance and its Vindication. Or, An answer to a book written by Mr. J.P. entituled, The city remonstrance remonstrated. : Wherein the frequent falsifyings of the said Mr. J.P. are discovered, the many charges by him laid upon the remonstrance and its vindicator, disproved, and the parity and agreement of the remonstrance (especially in those particulars so much condemned by him) with the propositions, declarations, remonstrances, and votes, of both or either House of Parliament manifested. / By John Bellamie.; Bellamie, John,
To The Supream Authority Of England The Commons Assembled In Parliament The : A declaration of some proceedings of Lt. Col. Iohn Lilburn, and his associates: : with some examination, and animadversion upon papers lately printed, and scattered abroad. One called The earnest petition of many free-born people of this Kingdome : another, The mournfull cries of many thousand poor tradesmen, who are ready to famish for want of bread, or The warning tears of the oppressed. Also a letter sent to Kent. Likewise a true relation of Mr. Masterson's minister of Shoreditch, signed with his owne hand. Published by authority, for the undeceiving of those that are misled by these deceivers, in many places of this Kingdom.
Toads England Miscellanea Early Works To 1800 : A true narrative of a strange prodigious toad : for size and shape full fourteen inches long, and ten over : the toad on the hinder-parts : with a tayl three times as long as his body, with a forked sting at the end. : Seen lately at a hunting about the Devils-Arse-oth'-Peak in Darbyshire. : The sculpture of which, in copper, will shortly be published, and examin'd as to both more narrowly by some who are now in the city and whose usual curiosity in things so rare, led them to this exactness of observation. / With allowance, R. L'Estrange.; L'Estrange, Roger,
Toadyism England Early Works To 1800 : A caveat against flattery and profanation of sacred things to secular ends : upon sight of the order of the convention for the thanksgiving, and consideration of the misgovernment and misfortunes of the last race of kings of this nation.; Stephens, Edward,
Toadyism Religious Aspects : A caveat against flattery, and profanation of sacred things to secular ends : upon sight of the order of the convention for the thanksgiving, and consideration of the misgovernment and misfortunes of the last race of kings of this nation.; Stephens, Edward,