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Great Britain -- History -- Civil War, 1642-1649 -- Pamphlets -- Early works to 1800
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A briefe examination; of a certaine pamphlet lately printed in Scotland, and intituled: Ladensium autocatacrisis, &c.

[S.l. : s.n.], 1644
1644
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A declaration to the city and kingdome, from Major Generall Massey, Sir William Waller, Colonell Birch, and the rest rest [sic] of the impeached members of Parliament; concerning the proceedings of the Lord Generall Fairfax, and the Army; and their protestation to the people of England, touching the Parliament. Also, Major Generall Browns declaration and speech, to the Lord Generall Fairfax, touching the King, the Prince of VVales, the Duke of York, the Parliament, City, and kingdome. And the de
Massey, Edward, Sir, 1619?-1674?
[London] : Printed for C.VV. neer the Royall Exchange, 1648
1648
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Englands covenant proved lawfull & necessary also at this time, both by Scripture and reason. Together, with sundry answers to the usuall objections made against it. By S.C. preacher at B.F
Clarke, Samuel, 1599-1682
London : Printed for Henry Overton in Popes-head Alley, 1643
1643
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For the renowned apprentices of this famous citie speed speed speede : hast hast hast : horse and away the day is our owne my boys : God bless King Charles

[1647]
1647
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Match me these two: or The conviciton [sic] and arraignment of Britannicus and Lilburne. With an answer to a pamphlet, entituled, The parliament of ladies

[London : s.n.], Printed in the yeere 1647
1647
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Mercurius Britanicus, his apologie to all well-affected people. Together with an humble addresse to the High Court of Parliament. Published according to order
Mercurius Britanicus
London, : Printed for R.W., 1645
1645
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The priviledges of Parliament, or, A modest ansvver to these three questions: I. Whether it be in the power of a Parliament, called by writ, to alter pre-established state-government? II. Whether it be in the power of a Parliament to alter church-government? III. Whether it be in the power of a Parliament (wheu [sic] their right and just priviledges be undermined, and sought to be subverted by private stratagems, or publike warre) to take up armes in defence of themselves and the whole kingdome?

London : Printed for Thomas Harrison, 1643
1643
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A question answered: how laws are to be understood, and obedience yeelded? Necessary for the present state of things, touching the militia

[London] : Printed for the good of the Commonweale, [1642]
1642
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A word to the vvise. Displaying, great augmented grievances, and heavie pressures of dangerous consequence. Appearing, by certain materiall weighty passages of speciall concernment. Remonstrating, the great dangers which the counties of Cumberland and Westmoreland are in (though now in the hands of the Parliament) but like to be possessed by the enemy, who aimeth at it, above all other landing places, from foraign parts; the said countries being more hazardable, sith that Mr. Richard Barwis (a m

[London : s.n., 1646]
1646
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