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Satire, English -- 17th century
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The Anabaptists faith and belief, open'd

London : [s.n.], printed in the year, 1659
1659
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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A catalogue of the titles of severall books printed in Cambridge in the year 1669

[Cambridge? : s.n., 1669?]
1669?
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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The Citie matrons, or the three monementall mobbs.

[London : s.n.], Printed in the yeer of womens honesty. MDCLIV. [1654]
1654
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The country-mans lamentation for the death of his cow A country swain of little wit one day, did kill his cow because she went astray: what's that to I or you, she was his own, but now the ass for his cow doth moan: most pineously methink he cries in vain, for now his cow,s [sic] free from hunger, and pain: what ails the fool to make so great a stir, she cannot come to him, he may to her. To a pleasant country tune, called, Colly my cow

[London : s.n., between 1669 and 1681]
1681
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A declaration of the maids of the City of London, &c.

[London : s.n., 1659]
1659
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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A dialogue between the bishop of El---y and his conscience.

[London : s.n., 1691]
1691
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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A discovery of the Iesuits trumpery, newly packed out of England.

London : Printed for Henry Gosson; dwelling on London-Bridge, [1641]
1641
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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The disease of the House: or, the state mountebanck: administring physick to a sick Parliament

Nod-nol [i.e. London] : Printed for the health, of the Common-wealth, 1649
1649
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Don Pedro de Quixot, or in English the right reverend Hugh Peters

London : Printed for T. Smith, 1660
1660
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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, upon debate of the citie's petition for a personall treaty, to be had with His Majesty in London. And also upon debate of those reasons given by their Lordships unto the Commons, for not sending the three propositions before a treaty

[London? : s.n.], Printed in the yeare, 1648
1648
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Englands mad petition to the Right Honourable the, &c. The humble petitions of above 12. millions of well-affected (before so ill distracted) people of all sorts, ages, sexes and sises within the kingdome of England and dominion of Wales, all desiring the enlargement of Bedlam, and other respective place in the cities of London and Westminster, with other cities, towns, and boroughs, throughout the kingdome and dominion aforesaid. Presented to the Houses on Thursday, August 26. 1647

Printed at London : betwixt Bishops-gate-street and More-fields, in the yeare of Englands recovery of her madnesse, 1647
1647
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An excellent receipt to make a compleat Parliament or (if you please) a new senate fitted to the English-man's palate

[London : s.n., 1659]
1659
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A faire in Spittle Fields, where all the knick knacks of astrology are exposed to open sale, to all that will see for their love; and buy for their money. Where, first Mr. William Lilley presents you with his pack, wherein he hath to sell. 1. The introduction, 2. Nativities caluclated, 3. The great ephimeredies, 4. Monarchy, or no monarchy 5. The caracture of K. Charles, 6. Annus Tenebrosus. Second, Nicholas Culpeper, brings under his veluet jacket. 1. His chalinges against the docttors [sic] of
J. B
[London] : Printed by J.C. in the yeare, 1652
1652
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A fight at Dunin in Scotland, between the Scots women, and the Presbyterian Kirkmen: and the pittifull defeat the vvomen gave the Synod-men. VVith the particulars thereof. And their triumph with culbs and bagge-pipes. And the votes made in counsell under protection of the Lord Friedland

Edenburgh : [s.n.], Anno Dom. MDCLII. [1652]
1652
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The ghost of Sr. John Presbjter, wherein he desireth that the rest of that faction may desist, and prosecute no further that monster of Presbytery. Also, his advertisement to one of his deare children, whom he left out of his will, by reason of his great rage of his sicknes

[London : s.n.], Printed in the yeare, of the Presbyterian feare. 1647
1647
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Good-ale monopolized, and the tapsters persecuted: or Iustice, right, or wrong.
Sheppard, S. (Samuel)
[London] : Printed by Rob. Goodfellow about Midsummer moon., 1654
1654
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The Gossips braule, or the women weare the breeches. A mock comedy. The actors names, Nick Pot, a tapster. Jone Ruggles, a dungel-raker. Doll Crabb, a fish-woman. Megg Lant-Ale, a tub-woman. Bess Bung-hole, an hostice, who all to try the mastery of their tongues, new wet their whistles, barley-oyl their lungs, then rais'd with choller, spleen and gaule, their tongues advance, and then begins the braule

London, : [s.n.], Printed in the Year of Womens honesty, 1655
1655
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Grand Pluto's progresse through Great Britaine, and Ireland. Being a diarie, or exact iournall of all his observations during the time of his walking to and fro in the said kingdomes. Found on Dunsmore Heath, and translated out of infernall characters into English verse.
Wharton, George, Sir, 1617-1681
[London : s.n.], Printed in the yeere 1647
1647
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Great nevvs from the King of Poland: or An intercepted letter from Tony, the first King of Poland, to the Reverend Salamanca Doctor

London : printed for A.G., 1682
1682
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Harry Hangman's honour: or, Gloucester-shire hangman's request to the smoakers or tobacconists in London.

[London : s.n., 1655]
1655
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The holy sisters conspiracy against their husbands, and the city of London, designed at their last farewell of their meeting-houses in Coleman-street; together with their Psalm of mercy

[[London] : Printed by T.M., 1661]
1661
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The honest cryer of London

[London] : Printed for George Thompson, 1660
1660
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The king of Vtopia his letter to the citizens of Cosmopolis, the metropolitan city of Vtopia. Together with the citizens answer thereunto, translated out of the Vtopian tongue, into broken English, by 'tis no matter who. But why broken English? O Sir! what here's spoken, imports that England is by th' English broken. Read all or leave all

[London] : Printed at Cosmopolis in the year 7461. And reprinted at London, An: Dom. 1647
1647
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The last vvill and testament of the Earl of Pembroke.

[London? : s.n., 1650]
1650
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A letter to the House, from the Laird Wareston, late President of the Committee of Safety

London : Printed by Edward Mason, 1659. [i.e., 1660]
1660
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The letting of humors blood in the head-vaine With a new Morissco, daunced by seuen satyres, vpon the bottome of Diogines Tubbe
Rowlands, Samuel, 1570?-1630?
Imprinted at London : By W. White, 1611
1611
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The Mad-merry Merlin: or, The black almanack: comprising, strange observations, and monthly prognostications, pointing to a clear discovery of what was, is, and shal come to pass, in the ensuing year of our Lord, 1654. Truly representing the great and wonderfull iniquity of the times, the changes and mutations incident both to kings, princes, states and common-wealths: and the denoting and setting forth the croaking frogs, not to be induced in a religious state, the inquisition of the purse, and

London : printed for G.H., 1653
1653
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Magna Britannia divisa. = La Grande Bretagne divisee 1642 = Great Britanny divided.

[London? : s.n., 1643?]
1643?
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The malignants inquest: or, A jury of cavaleirs (at Oxford) impeaching, condemning, and hanging one another. Where Ignatius Holy-water an Arch-bishop, Cathedrall Congee an Arch-deacon, Sir Bounteous Project one of His Majesties Privie Councell, Sir Bancrupt Hadland a Commissioner of Array, and Dammee Mouth-Gnu in the army, chiefe commander, are legally tryed and sentenced accordingly

London, : Printed by B.A. and published according to order, March 17. 1646
1646
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Mercurius alethes: or, An humble petition of the corrupt party, dissolved at Westminster, April 20. 1653. To the present power in being. Together with a former petition, penned in the yeer 1650 for the benefit of some publique and private friends, and delivered onely in a manuscript by the same author. Wherein is much truth acknowledged, as also 1 corruption. 2 Partiality. 3 Want of charity. 4 Insolency and pride. 5 A world of self-interest

London, : printed neer Pauls Stable, 1653
1653
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Mercurius benevolens. Nor prag. nor pol. not he, nor he. But a well-wishing Mercury. Shewing th'abuse of past and present times, with well-meant lessons, & some other rimes. New, new, new, if newes in minde may ease you; true, true, true; truth cannot sure displease you. When from the Senate-House, or court, of newes we have but small report, then with an epigram let's sport

London : printed for Hen. Brome, at the signe of the Gun in Ivy-Lane, 1661
1661
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Mercurius venereus wherein he relates what hapned to him in his severall shapes and transmigrations, and communicates intelligence from all places except the head quarters
De la Garde, Borealis
[S.l. : s.n.], Printed in the Year 1649
1649
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The message of John Lambert Esq, in answer to the proclamation

London : Printed for Iames Dukeson, 1660
1660
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Mr. Dangerfield's ansvver and defence, against a scurilous pamphlet, called Duke Dangerfield's declaration

London : printed for James Dean, 1685
1685
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Mr. Ferguson's lamentation, for the destruction of the association and the Good Old Cause.

London : printed for J. Smith, 1683
1683
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Mr. Hampdens speech occasioned upon the Londoners petition for peace.
Denham, John, Sir, 1615-1669
[London : s.n., 1643]
1643
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A new way of conference being a dialogue, betweene Patrick Pastgrace a Papist, and Peter Pleadwell a Protestant. Fild with mirth, and varnisht with modesty. By Laurance Price
L. P. (Laurence Price), fl. 1625-1680?
London : printed and are to bee sold by Richard Burton, at the Horse-shooe, in Smithfield, 1641
1641
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An out-cry of poets; or, a catalogue of wits to be sold by inch of can.dle [sic], or otherways The sale begining next Tuesday in the Piazza in Covent Garden, about nine of the clock in the morning, and will last till seven at night
Ouldman, Thomas
London : printed for J. Harlow, 1691
1691
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The Parliament-complement, or The re-admission of the secluded-members to the discharge of their long retarded trust

London : printed for Iames Nidale, 1660
1660
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The Parliament of women: with the merry laws by them newly enacted; to live in more ease, pomp, pride, and wantonness: but especially that they might have superiority, and domineer over their husbands. With a new way found out by them to cure any old, or new cuckolds, and how both parties may recover their credit and honesty again

London, : Printed for W.W. and are to be sold by Fra. Grove, at his shop on Snow-hill, neer the Sarazens-head., 1656
1656
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The pennilesse parliament of threed-bare poets or, The merry fortune-teller, wherein all persons of the four severall complexions may finde their fortunes. Composed by Doctor Merry-man: not onely to purge melancholy: but also to procure tittering and laughing. Full of witty mirth, and delightfull recreation, for the content of the reader
Doctor Merry-man
London : Printed for John Wright, at the Kings Head in the Old Bayley, 1649
1649
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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A phanatique prayer by Sir H.V. Divinity-Professor of Raby Castle

[London : s.n., 1660]
1660
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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The president of presidents or, An elegie on the death of John Bradshaw
T. B
[London : s.n., 1659]
1659
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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The Pretended saint and the prophane libertine. Well met in prison. Or A dialogue between Robert Titchburne, and Henry Marten,chamber-fellowes in Newgate.

London, : Printed for J. Stafford, 1660
1660
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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Princeps rhetoricus or Pilomachia· ye combat of caps. Drawn forth into arguments, general and special. In usum Scholæ Masonensis : et in gratiam totius auditorii mercurialis
[Mason, John, of Cambridge]
London : Printed for H.R. at the three Pigeons in S. Pauls Church-yard, 1648
1648
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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The purchasers pound: or, The return to Lambeth-faire of knaves and thieves with all the sacred ware. Where in is restor'd to all what was gone, or stole away since the year forty one

London : printed for John Jones, 1660
1660
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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The reasons of Mr. Bays changing his religion, considered in a dialogue between Crites, Eugenius, and Mr. Bays
Brown, Thomas, 1663-1704
London : printed for T. B. at the Half-Moon in St. Paul's Church-yard, and A. Roper, at the Mitre, near Temple-Bar, 1691
1691
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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The Rump ululant, or Penitence per force; being The recantation of the old rust-roguy-rebellious-rampant, and now ruinous rotten-rosted Rump. To the tune of Gerrards mistresse

[London : s.n., 1660]
1660
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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The Rump ululant, or Penitence per force being. The recantation of the old rust-roguy-rebellious-rampant, and now ruinous rotten-rosted Rump. To the tune of Gerrards mistresse

[London : s.n., 1660]
1660
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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The satyrick elegie vpon the execution of Master Nathaniel Tomkins July the 5. 1643.

Printed at Oxford [i.e. London] : by Will. Web, 1643
1643
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