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DSC02631.JPG.jpg1631Santa Maria della SaluteHall, Amy; Longhena, Baldassare
1641A coppy of a letter found in the privy lodgeings at WhitehallSuckling, John, Sir, 1609-1642.
1641The true grounds of ecclesiasticall regiment : set forth in a briefe dissertation maintaining the kings spirituall supremacie against the pretended independencie of the prelates ets. ..Parker, Henry, 1604-1652.
1642An answer to mis-led Doctor Fearne ..Herle, Charles, 1598-1659.
1642Anti-Cavalierisme, or, Truth pleading as well the necessity ...Goodwin, John, 1594?-1665.
1642Accommodation cordially desired and really intended : a moderate discourse ... written upon occasion of a late pamphlet, pretended to be printed at Oxford, entituled a Reply to the answer of the London petiton for peace-
1642A declaration against a crosse petition ...Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Commission.
1642A declaration from both Houses of Parliament : with the additionall reasons last presented to His Majesty Sabbathi 12. Martii, 1642 ... whereunto is annexed His Majesties speech to the committee, the 9, of March, 1642 ..Great Britain. Parliament.
1642The declaration of the Right Honourable Henry Earle of Cumberland, Lord Lieutenant Generall of His Majesties forces in Yorkeshire and of the nobility, gentry and others His Majesties subjects now assembled at Yorke for His Majesties service and the defence of this city and countyCumberland, Henry Clifford, Earl of, 1591-1643.
1642A Just complaint, or, Loud crie of all the well-affected subjects in England against that false and scandalouse pamphlet intituled a Complaint to the House of Commons and resolution taken up by the free protestant subjects of the cities of London ..-
1642The Honest informer, or, Tom-Tell-Troth's observations upon abuses of government ..-
1642The interest of England : how it consists in unity of the Protestant religion ...Constantine, William, Sir, d. 1670.
1642A Perfect diurnall of the passages in Parliament, from the 13. of June to the 20. of June 1642-
1642A remonstrance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, or, The reply of both Houses to a printed book under His Majesties name called, His Majesties answer to a printed book entituled A remonstrance ..Great Britain. Parliament.
1642The resolving of conscience, upon this question, whether upon such a supposition or case, as is now usually made (The King will not discharge his trust, but is bent or seduced to subvert religion, laws, and liberties) subjects may take arms and resist? and whether that case be now ...Ferne, H. (Henry), 1602-1662.
1642Some few observations upon His Majesties late answer to the declaration or remonstance sic of the Lords and Commons of the 19 of May, 1642Parker, Henry, 1604-1652.
1643An Answer to a seditious pamphlet intituled Plain English : wherein the reasons against an accommodation are answered ..-
1643The contra-replicant, his complaint to His MaiestieParker, Henry, 1604-1652.
1643Englands petition to their King, or, An humble petition of the distressed and almost destroyed subjects of England to the Kings most excellent Majestie ..-
1643A political catechism, or, Certain questions concerning the government of this land, answered in His Majesties own words, taken out of His answer to the 19 Propositions, pag. 17, 18, 19, 20 ... with some brief observations thereuponParker, Henry, 1604-1652.
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