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Text Creation PartnershipGodfrey, Edmund Berry, Sir, 1621-1678
Oates, Titus, 1649-1705
Popish Plot, 1678
1687
Text Creation PartnershipGreat Britain ⇒ Politics and government ⇒ 1660-1688
Howell, James, 1594?-1666 ⇒ Cordial for the Cavaliers
1661
Text Creation PartnershipGreat Britain ⇒ History ⇒ Restoration, 1660-16881680
Text Creation PartnershipGreat Britain ⇒ History ⇒ Charles II, 1660-1685
Oates, Titus, 1649-1705
Popish Plot, 1678
1689
Text Creation PartnershipFisheries ⇒ England
Herring fisheries
1674
Text Creation PartnershipOates, Titus, 1649-1705
Popish Plot, 1678
1680
Text Creation PartnershipBroadsides ⇒ England ⇒ London ⇒ 17th century
Oates, Titus, 1649-1705
1681
Text Creation PartnershipGreat Britain ⇒ History ⇒ Charles II, 1660-1685
Popish Plot, 1678
1681
Text Creation PartnershipCharles I, King of England, 1600-1649
Great Britain ⇒ History ⇒ Puritan Revolution, 1642-1660
Sedition ⇒ England
1682
Text Creation PartnershipCharles I, King of England, 1600-1649
Great Britain ⇒ History ⇒ Puritan Revolution, 1642-1660
Sedition
1662
Text Creation PartnershipGreat Britain ⇒ Politics and government ⇒ 1642-1660
Howell, James, 1594?-1666 ⇒ Some sober inspections made into those ingredients that went to the composition of a late cordial call’d A cordial for the Cavaliers
1661
Text Creation PartnershipChurch of England ⇒ Government ⇒ Early works to 1800
England and Wales ⇒ Parliament ⇒ Early works to 1800
Great Britain ⇒ Politics and government ⇒ 1649-1660 ⇒ Early works to 1800
1660
Text Creation PartnershipGreat Britain ⇒ History ⇒ Restoration, 1660-1688 ⇒ Periodicals1681
Text Creation PartnershipCharles II, King of England, 1630-1685
Great Britain ⇒ History ⇒ Charles II, 1660-1685
Monarchy ⇒ England
1660
Text Creation PartnershipGreat Britain ⇒ Politics and government ⇒ 1660-16881687
Text Creation PartnershipAnti-Catholicism ⇒ Great Britain
Settle, Elkanah, 1648-1724 ⇒ Character of a popish successour
1681
Text Creation PartnershipFreedom of speech ⇒ England
Freedom of the press ⇒ England
Great Britain ⇒ Politics and government ⇒ 1660-1688
1680
Text Creation PartnershipGreat Britain ⇒ History ⇒ Charles II, 1660-1685
Hickeringill, Edmund, 1631-1708
1680
Text Creation PartnershipGreat Britain ⇒ History ⇒ Commonwealth and Protectorate, 1649-16601660
Text Creation PartnershipToads ⇒ England ⇒ Miscellanea ⇒ Early works to 18001677
Text Creation PartnershipBagshaw, Edward, 1629-1671 ⇒ Animadversions on the Bishop of Worcester’s letter
Church of England ⇒ Clergy
1662
Text Creation PartnershipBagshaw, Edward, 1629-1671 ⇒ Second letter unto a person of honour & quality, containing some farther animadversions upon the Bishop of Worcester’s letter1662
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England and Wales ⇒ Parliament ⇒ Early works to 1800
Great Britain ⇒ Politics and government ⇒ 1649-1660 ⇒ Early works to 1800
1660
Text Creation PartnershipMarvell, Andrew, 1621-1678 ⇒ Account of the growth of popery
Popish Plot, 1678
1678
Text Creation PartnershipDissenters, Religious ⇒ England
Great Britain ⇒ History ⇒ James II, 1685-1688
Halifax, George Savile ⇒ Marquis of, 1633-1695 ⇒ Letter to a dissenter
1687
Text Creation PartnershipBlount, Charles, 1654-1693 ⇒ Appeal from the country to the city
Catholic Church ⇒ Controversial literature
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Popish Plot, 1678
1679
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Religion and politics ⇒ England ⇒ Anecdotes
1680
Text Creation PartnershipBlount, Charles, 1654-1693 ⇒ Appeal from the country to the city
Great Britain ⇒ Politics and government ⇒ 1660-1688 ⇒ Anecdotes
1680
Text Creation PartnershipFreedom of the press ⇒ England
Publishers and publishing ⇒ England
1663
Text Creation PartnershipRussell, William ⇒ Lord, 1639-1683
Rye House Plot, 1683
1683
Text Creation PartnershipB. W
Great Britain ⇒ History ⇒ Charles II, 1660-1685
Oates, Titus, 1649-1705
Popish Plot, 1678
1680
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Charles II, King of England, 1630-1685 ⇒ Early works to 1800
England and Wales ⇒ Army ⇒ Early works to 1800
England and Wales ⇒ Parliament ⇒ Early works to 1800
Great Britain ⇒ History ⇒ Commonwealth and Protectorate, 1649-1660 ⇒ Early works to 1800
Great Britain ⇒ Politics and government ⇒ 1649-1660 ⇒ Early works to 1800
1660
Text Creation PartnershipAesop
Fables
1692
Text Creation PartnershipAlbemarle, George Monck ⇒ Duke of, 1608-1670
Great Britain ⇒ History ⇒ Charles II, 1660-1685
1660
Text Creation PartnershipGreat Britain ⇒ History ⇒ Charles II, 1660-1685
London (England) ⇒ History ⇒ 17th century
1680
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Great Britain ⇒ Politics and government ⇒ 1660-1688
Interest of England in the matter of religion
Presbyterianism ⇒ Controversial literature
1661
Text Creation PartnershipChurch and state ⇒ England
Dissenters, Religious ⇒ England
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Popish Plot, 1678
1680
Text Creation PartnershipGreat Britain ⇒ History ⇒ Civil War, 1642-1649 ⇒ Sources
L’Estrange, Roger, Sir, 1616-1704
1660
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Text Creation PartnershipGreat Britain ⇒ History ⇒ Civil War, 1642-16491649
Text Creation PartnershipGreat Britain ⇒ History ⇒ Charles II, 1660-1685
L’Estrange, Roger, Sir, 1616-1704
Popish Plot, 1678
1681
Text Creation PartnershipL’Estrange, Roger, Sir, 1616-17041680
Text Creation PartnershipGreat Britain ⇒ History ⇒ Charles II, 1660-1685
Great Britain ⇒ Politics and government ⇒ 1660-1688
L’Estrange, Roger, Sir, 1616-1704
1681
Text Creation PartnershipGriffith, Matthew, 1599?-1665 ⇒ Fear of God and the King
Milton, John, 1608-1674 ⇒ Brief notes upon a late sermon titl’d, The fear of God and the King
1660
Text Creation PartnershipCharles II, King of England, 1630-1685 ⇒ Early works to 1800
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Great Britain ⇒ Politics and government ⇒ 1649-1660 ⇒ Early works to 1800
1660
Text Creation PartnershipColledge, Stephen, 1635?-1681
Popish Plot, 1678
1681
Text Creation PartnershipAlbemarle, George Monck ⇒ Duke of, 1608-1670 ⇒ Early works to 1800
Great Britain ⇒ History ⇒ Commonwealth and Protectorate, 1649-1660 ⇒ Early works to 1800
1660
Text Creation PartnershipEngland and Wales ⇒ Army ⇒ Early works to 1800
Eye-salve for the English Armie
Great Britain ⇒ History ⇒ Commonwealth and Protectorate, 1649-1660 ⇒ Early works to 1800
Great Britain ⇒ Politics and government ⇒ 1649-1660 ⇒ Early works to 1800
1660
Text Creation PartnershipDissenters, Religious ⇒ England
Great Britain ⇒ Religion ⇒ 17th century
1682
Text Creation PartnershipEngland and Wales ⇒ Parliament ⇒ Early works to 1800
Great Britain ⇒ History ⇒ Commonwealth and Protectorate, 1649-1660 ⇒ Early works to 1800
No new Parliament
1659
Text Creation PartnershipN. D. ⇒ Letter intercepted printed for the use and benefit of the ingenuous reader1660
Text Creation PartnershipEngland and Wales ⇒ Parliament
Great Britain ⇒ Politics and government ⇒ 1660-1714
1690
Text Creation PartnershipSpenser, Edmund, 1552?-1599 ⇒ Fairie queene1687
Text Creation PartnershipChurch and state ⇒ England
Great Britain ⇒ Politics and government ⇒ 1660-1688
Presbyterianism
1661
Text Creation PartnershipCowes (England) ⇒ Early works to 1800
Lightning ⇒ England ⇒ Early works to 1800
Storms ⇒ England ⇒ Early works to 1800
1678
Text Creation PartnershipCatholic Church ⇒ Controversial literature
Great Britain ⇒ History ⇒ Charles II, 1660-1685
Popish Plot, 1678
1680
Text Creation PartnershipGreat Britain ⇒ Kings and rulers ⇒ Succession
Great Britain ⇒ Politics and government ⇒ 1660-1688
James II, King of England, 1633-1701
1679
Text Creation PartnershipBaxter, Richard, 1615-1691
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Dissenters, Religious ⇒ England
Great Britain ⇒ Politics and government ⇒ 1660-1688
1680
Text Creation PartnershipGreat Britain ⇒ Kings and rulers ⇒ Succession
Settle, Elkanah, 1648-1724 ⇒ Character of a popish successour
1681
Text Creation PartnershipBroadsides ⇒ England ⇒ London ⇒ 17th century
Dissenters, Religious ⇒ England ⇒ Caricatures and cartoons
1680
Text Creation PartnershipBroadsides ⇒ England ⇒ London ⇒ 17th century
Dissenters, Religious ⇒ England ⇒ Early works to 1800
1681
Text Creation PartnershipDissenters, Religious ⇒ England ⇒ Controversial literature ⇒ Early works to 1800
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Lampoon ⇒ Early works to 1800
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1681
Text Creation PartnershipDissenters, Religious ⇒ England
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1681
Text Creation PartnershipEngland and Wales ⇒ Army ⇒ Early works to 1800
London (England) ⇒ History ⇒ 17th century ⇒ Early works to 1800
Military occupation ⇒ England ⇒ London ⇒ Early works to 1800
1659
Text Creation PartnershipEngland and Wales ⇒ Parliament ⇒ Early works to 1800
Great Britain ⇒ Politics and government ⇒ 1649-1660 ⇒ Early works to 1800
1660
Text Creation PartnershipBroadsides ⇒ England ⇒ 17th century
Great Britain ⇒ History ⇒ Commonwealth and Protectorate, 1649-1660
Great Britain ⇒ Politics and government ⇒ 1649-1660
1660
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1659
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England and Wales ⇒ Committee of Safety ⇒ Early works to 1800
Great Britain ⇒ History ⇒ Charles II, 1660-1685 ⇒ Early works to 1800
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1659
Text Creation PartnershipChurch and state ⇒ England
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Freemen
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1679
Text Creation PartnershipCatholic Church ⇒ Controversial literature
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1678
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Caldwell, John, 1628-1679
Corker, James Maurus, 1636-1715
Gawen, John, 1640-1679
Ireland, William, 1636-1679
Langhorne, Richard, 1654-1679
Marshal, William
Popish Plot, 1678
Turner, Anthony, 1628 or 9-1679
Whitbread, Thomas, 1618-1679
1679
Text Creation PartnershipHunt, Thomas, 1627?-1688 ⇒ Defence of the charter, and municipal rights of the city of London
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Popish Plot, 1678
1683
Text Creation PartnershipGreat Britain ⇒ History ⇒ Restoration, 1660-1688
L’Estrange, Roger, Sir, 1616-1704 ⇒ Observator
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Text Creation PartnershipGreat Britain ⇒ Kings and rulers ⇒ Succession ⇒ Early works to 1800
L’Estrange, Roger, Sir, 1616-1704 ⇒ Observator ⇒ Early works to 1800
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Marvell, Andrew, 1621-1678 ⇒ Account of the growth of popery
Popish Plot, 1678
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Text Creation PartnershipStillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699
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