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Great Britain -- History -- Civil War, 1642-1649 -- Humor -- Early works to 1800
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The anarchie or the blest reformation since 1640. Being a new song, wherein the people expresse their thankes and pray for the reformers. To be said or sung of all the well affected of the kingdome of England, and dominion of Wales, before the breaking up of this unhappy Parliament. To a rare new tune
Jordan, Thomas, 1612?-1685?
[London : s.n., 1648]
1648
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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The bloody game at cards, as it was played betwixt the King of Hearts. And the rest of his suite, against the residue of the packe of cards. Wherein is discovered where faire play; was plaid and where was fowle

[London] : Shuffled at London, cut at Westminster, dealt at Yorke, and plaid in the open field. by the citty-club, the country spade-men, rich-diamond men and loyall hearted men., [1643]
1643
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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The braggadocia souldier: and the civill citizen.

[London] : Printed for J.L., 1647
1647
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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The cities loyaltie to their king. The members justification

[London : s.n., 1647]
1647
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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The cities thankes to Southwarke, for giving the army entrance. We thanke you more then we will say, but tis the cleane contrary way

[London : s.n., 1647]
1647
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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The cities warning-peece, in the malignants description and conversion: or, The round-head turn'd poet. Where a feast of prose and verse invites curiosity to be nibling

[London : s.n.], Written long since, but printed in the yeere that every knave and foole turn'd Cavaleere. [1643]
1643
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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The cities welcome to Colonell Rich and Colonell Baxter, with their solemne invitation to the sainted commanders in the army, to come and quarter amongst them.

[London : s.n.], Printed in the yeare, 1648
1648
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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The cities X commandements, commanded to be read in all churches,

[London : s.n., 1648]
1648
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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The committee-mans complaint, and the Scots honest usage.

[London : s.n., 1647]
1647
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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The committee-mans last vvill and, testament vvith the lamentation of his miserable and sad condition, being at the point of death

[London : s.n.], Printed in the yeere 1647
1647
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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A coppie of a letter, sent from one of the agitators in the army, to an agitator in the city. Published for satisfaction to the well affected party in the kingdome
One of the agitators in the Army
London, : [s.n.], printed 1647
1647
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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A coppie of a letter, to be sent to Lieutenant Generall Crumvvel from the well-affected partie in the city
Worth-Rush, John
[London : s.n.], Printed in the yeare 1647
1647
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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Cromwells panegyrick.

[London : s.n.], Printed in the yeer 1647
1647
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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A Dialogue betwixt a horse of warre, and a mill-horse; wherein the content and safety of an humble and painfull life, is preferred above all the noyse, the tumults, and trophies of the warre. Full of harmelesse mirth, and variety

London : Printed by Bernard Alsop, and published according to order, 1643
1643
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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The Earl of Pembroke's speech in the House of Peers when the seven lords were accused of high-treason. Copia vera. Mic. Oldsworth

[S.l. : s.n.], Printed in the Year 1648
1648
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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The Earl of Pembroke's speech in the House of Peers; when the seven lords were accused of high-treason. Copia vera. Mich. Oldsworth

[London : s.n., printed in the year, 1647]
1647
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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The Earle of Pembroke's speech in the House of Peeres vvhen the seven lords were accused of high-treason.

[S.l. : s.n.], Printed in the Yeare, 1648
1648
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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The Earle of Pembroke's speech in the House of Peeres vvhen the seven lords were accused of high-treason. Copia vera. Mic: Oldsworh

[S.l. : s.n.], Printed in the yeare, 1648
1648
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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An exact diurnall of the Parliament of ladyes Ordered by the ladyes in Parliament, that they declared that Prince Rupert, Lord Digby, Lord Capell, Lord Cottington, Dr. Williams, Mr. Walter, L. Hopton, L. Culpepper, Dr. Duppa, Sir R. Greenvill, L. Jermine, and Major Gen. Vrrey, have all their pardons granted to them by this court Clericus
Neville, Henry, 1620-1694
[London : s.n.], Printed anno Dom. 1647
1647
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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The French mountebank, or An operator fit for these present times. Being a man of great travell and experience throughout most countries in Christendome, and to the great comfort and happinesse of this kingdome lately come to town, and is ready to shew himselfe a man of skill, in all particulars hereafter mentioned, to the distressed rich for their money, and to the poor for Gods sake

London : Printed for R. Austin, and A. Coe, 1643
1643
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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I thanke you twice, or, The city courting their owne ruine, Thank the Parliament twice, for their treble undoing

[S.l. : s.n.], An. Dom. 1647
1647
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Irelands complaint of the armies hypocrisie. With his Excellencies entring unconquer'd London in a discourse between two freinds [sic] Donatus and Perigrin. With the slighting of the communicable line

[London : s.n., 1647]
1647
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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A iustification of our brethren of Scotland. Under the willow tree

[London : s.n.], Anno 1647
1647
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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The knave of clubs. Otherwise called, A game at cards, and clubs trump. Doe you not see the knave turn'd up? rub and lose cards. Play faire, and above board
Wither, George, 1588-1667
London, : Shuffled, cut, and dealt faire, by Stysichorus, Anno Dom. 1643
1643
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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The last will and testament of Tom Fairfax, and the Army under his command: who now lie about Colchester, in a very sick and weake estate, past hope of life, and given up for dead, by their sworn doctors, the Earle of Norwich, the Lord Capell, and Sir Charles Lucas. Published by the command of the aforesaid doctors.

[London : s.n.], Printed in the yeare 1648
1648
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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A letter sent out of Holland from Hans Hue-& Cry, van Hang-&-draw, the executioner; to his trusty and ill-beloved friend, Gregory the second, son of the destinies, terror to treason, arch-arme-strong of the axe, knight of the noose, ruler of the rope, and lord of the triple territory. With his letter sent in answer, treating deepe and dangerously of affaires in State. September 28. and October 4
Hans Hue-and-Cry, Van Hang-and-Draw
London : Printed for Thomas Iohnson, 1642
1642
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Lex talionis or, London revived. To the tune of, Prethy friend leave off this thinking

[London : s.n., 1647]
1647
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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Londons new recorder or, certain queres to be resolved by the old recorder, for Londons further welfare

[London : s.n.], Printed in the yeere, 1647
1647
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Magna Britannia divisa. = La Grande Bretagne divisee 1642 = Great Britanny divided.

[London? : s.n., 1643?]
1643?
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Mercurius infernalis; or Orderlesse orders, votes, ordinances, and commands from Hell established by a close committee of the Divell and his angells. Done neither by day, night, nor order, because neither time, place, person or order is to be observed in the infernall kingdome. The copy of this was found in a chink or cranny of a wall in Frier-Bacons study, By John Taylor
Taylor, John, 1580-1653
[Oxford : printed by L. Lichfield], Printed in the yeare 1644
1644
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The mid-wives just petition: or, A complaint of divers good gentlewomen of that faculty. Shewing to the whole Christian world their just cause of their sufferings in these distracted times, for their want of trading. VVhich said complaint they tendered to the House on Monday last, being the 23. of Ian. 1643. With some other notes worthy of observation

Printed at London : [s.n.], 1643
1643
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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A most pithy exhortation delivered in an eloquent oration to the watry generation aboard their admirall at Graves-end.
Nedham, Marchamont, 1620-1678
[London : s.n.], Printed in the year, M.DC.XLIX. [1649]
1649
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The nevv letanie. From an extemporary prayer, and a godly ditty, ..

[London : s.n., 1647]
1647
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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A new (and too true) description of England: briefly delineating the [brace] carefull condition of the court. Cautious policy of the head city. Callamitous case of the country. And cruell passages of the campe. In a familier dialogue, betweene, Chrystopher a cavalier, and Barnaby a caviller.

London, : [s.n.], Printed in the year 1643
1643
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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A new and true eccho from old and bold authours resonating regall ---- legall satisfactorily reflexing on the great controversie of the times, and presented to every just patriot;

[London : s.n., 1648]
1648
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A new conference between the ghosts of King Charles and Oliver Cromvvell.
Wood, Adam
London : printed for Robert Page, living in Barbican, 1659
1659
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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News from Yorke sent from a countrey courtier to his honourable friend in this city
T. K
[London : s.n., 1642]
1642
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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The noble pamphlet, or, a pigs head and a poppet-play, provided for the rebels at Westminster, against this Bartholmew Faire: a rattle for the foole Fairfax, halfe a bushell of nuts for the synod to crack, a new godly ballad for the saints of the army, and a paire of sharp knives for the city. By the author of the winding sheet

[London : s.n.], Printed in the yeere 1648
1648
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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Ornitho-logie, or The speech of birds.
Stafford, John, bookseller in London
Lonon, [sic] : Printed for John Stafford, and are to be sold at his house, at the George at Fleet-bridge., 1655
1655
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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Oxford besiedged surprised, taken, and pittifully entred on Munday the second of Iune last, 1645. by the valiant forces of the London and Westminster Parliament. Written, by a trusty wellwisher of theirs, who sted-fastly hopes, and heartily prayes, they may have the like prosperous successe in all their future undertakings. The writers name and surname begins with the 9th letter of the Greeke alphabet, io-ta
Taylor, John, 1580-1653
[Oxford : by L. Lichfield], Printed in the last year of the Parliament's raigne, 1645
1645
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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The parliament of ladies. Or Divers remarkable passages of ladies in Spring-Garden; in Parliament assembled. Together with certaine votes of the unlawfull assembly, at Kates in Coven Garden. Vespre Veneris Martis: 26. 1647. Ordered by the ladies in parliament assembled, that their orders and votes be forthwith printed and published, to prevent such misreports and scandals, which either malice, or want of wit, hightned with snoffes of ale or stayned claret may cause, in the dishonour of the said
Neville, Henry, 1620-1694
[London : s.n.], Pinted [sic] in the yeare 1647
1647
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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Plaine truth, vvithout feare, or flattery being a case of conscience tryed at Oxford:

[London] : Printed for H.I. and Ro. Smith, 1642 [i.e. 1643]
1643
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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The poore committee-mans accompt, avouched by Britannicus.

[London : s.n., 1647]
1647
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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Pratle your pleasure, (under the rose.)

[London : s.n.], Mr. An. Dom. 1647
1647
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館藏地: 中央研究院
45
 

Prattle your pleasure, (under the rose.)

[London? : s.n.], Mr. An. Dom. 1647
1647
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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A quarterne of quearies.

Printed at London : [s.n.], 1647
1647
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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Ruperts sumpter, and private cabinet rifled. And a discovery of a pack of his jewels by way of dialogue between, Mercurius Britannicus and Mercurius Aulicus.
Nedham, Marchamont, 1620-1678
London : Printed by J. Coe, Anno Dom. MDC[XLIV][1644]
1644
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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The second part of the spectacles; or, rather a multiplying glass, fitted for their use, which are not able to see with spectacles: by the helpe whereof may be discerned many things at distance, which are hardly to be seen otherwise, and not ordinarily taken notice of

London : Printed by G. Bishop, June 5. 1644
1644
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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The second part to the same tune. Or, The letanie continued. Which may be sung or said, morning or evening, before or after supper

[London : s.n., 1647]
1647
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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Sir Iohn Presbyter not dead. As the malicious author of that abusive pamphlet, that nine-dayes-wonder lately printed, intituled, The last will and testament of Sir John Presbyter, divulged. But was onely bereft of his soule for a few dayes, and is now againe revived. The wondrous things he saw, during his confinement to the lower parts. What committee-men, commanders, and ministers, hee saw there grievously tormented. Faithfully taken from his owne mouth. Reade and wonder

Gehenna, [i.e. London] : Printed by Thomas Tantalus for Christopher Charon, and are to be sold at his shop in the shades of Dis, at the signe of the Gorgons head, [1647]
1647
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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