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Britain ⇒ Militia ⇒ Early works to 1800 (53), Great Britain ⇒ Politics and government ⇒ 1649-1660 ⇒ Early works to 1800 (53), Great Britain ⇒ History ⇒ William and Mary, 1689-1702 (52), Dissenters, Religious ⇒ England (49), Drama, English ⇒ Early works to 1800 (48), Church and state ⇒ England (43), Broadsides ⇒ England ⇒ London ⇒ 17th century (40), Catholic Church ⇒ Controversial literature ⇒ Early works to 1800 (39), Great Britain ⇒ History ⇒ Charles I, 1625-1649 ⇒ Early works to 1800 (39), English poetry ⇒ Early works to 1800 (35), Great Britain ⇒ History ⇒ Commonwealth and Protectorate, 1649-1660 (33), Broadsides (33), Great Britain ⇒ Politics and government ⇒ 1689-1702 (33), Fast day sermons (32), Broadsides ⇒ London (England) ⇒ 17th century (31), English literature ⇒ Early modern, 1500-1700 (31), Great Britain ⇒ History ⇒ Civil War, 1642-1649 ⇒ Campaigns ⇒ Early works to 1800 (30), United States ⇒ History (29), London (England) ⇒ History ⇒ 17th century (29), Great Britain ⇒ Politics and government ⇒ 1625-1649 (28), Political science ⇒ Early works to 1800 (28), Great Britain ⇒ Church history ⇒ 17th century (28), Church of England ⇒ Sermons (28), Great Britain ⇒ History ⇒ Civil War, 1642-1649 ⇒ Sources (28), English literature ⇒ Early works to 1800 (27), Fast day sermons ⇒ 17th century (27), Great Britain ⇒ Church history ⇒ 17th century ⇒ Early works to 1800 (26), Divine right of kings (25), James II, King of England, 1633-1701 (24), Ireland ⇒ History ⇒ Rebellion of 1641 (23), Great Britain ⇒ History ⇒ Charles II, 1660-1685 ⇒ Early works to 1800 (23), Church of England ⇒ Government ⇒ Early works to 1800 (22), Great Britain ⇒ History ⇒ Puritan Revolution, 1642-1660 (21), Great Britain ⇒ History ⇒ Revolution of 1688 (21), Sermons, English (21), Church and state ⇒ England ⇒ Early works to 1800 (21), Europe ⇒ History ⇒ 1648-1715 ⇒ Periodicals (21), Great Britain ⇒ History ⇒ Charles I, 1625-1649 ⇒ Sources (20), Great Britain ⇒ Kings and rulers ⇒ Succession (20), Church of England ⇒ Controversial literature (20), Great Britain ⇒ Politics and government (20), Charles II, King of England, 1630-1685 (19), Church polity ⇒ Early works to 1800 (19), Broadsides ⇒ England (19), England and Wales ⇒ Parliament ⇒ House of Commons ⇒ Early works to 1800 (19), Church and state ⇒ Great Britain (18), Broadsides ⇒ Scotland ⇒ 17th century (18), Great Britain ⇒ Politics and government ⇒ 1649-1660 (18), English poetry ⇒ Early modern, 1500-1700 (17), Laud, William, 1573-1645 (16), Church of England ⇒ government (16), Episcopacy ⇒ Early works to 1800 (16), William III, King of England, 1650-1702 (16), Church and state ⇒ Great Britain ⇒ 17th century ⇒ Early works to 1800 (16), Great Britain ⇒ History ⇒ Restoration, 1660-1688 ⇒ Periodicals (16), Catholic Church ⇒ Doctrines (15), Great Britain ⇒ Religion ⇒ 17th century (15), England and Wales ⇒ Parliament ⇒ House of Commons (15), Funeral sermons (15), Charles II, King of England, 1630-1685 ⇒ Early works to 1800 (15), England and Wales ⇒ Army ⇒ Early works to 1800 (15), Ireland ⇒ History ⇒ Rebellion of 1641 ⇒ Early works to 1800 (15), Great Britain ⇒ Colonies ⇒ America (14), United States ⇒ Politics and government (14), Proclamations ⇒ Great Britain (14), Poems (14), Scotland ⇒ History ⇒ Charles I, 1625-1649 ⇒ Early works to 1800 (14), Great Britain ⇒ History ⇒ Restoration, 1660-1688 (14), Great Britain ⇒ History ⇒ Civil War, 1642-1649 ⇒ Finance ⇒ Early works to 1800 (14), Ireland ⇒ History ⇒ 1625-1649 ⇒ Early works to 1800 (14), Great Britain ⇒ History ⇒ James I, 1603-1625 (13), Trials (Treason) ⇒ England (13), Society of Friends ⇒ Controversial literature (13), Catholic Church ⇒ England (13), Ballads, English ⇒ 17th century (12), Dissenters, Religious ⇒ England ⇒ Early works to 1800 (12), Great Britain ⇒ Kings and rulers (12), Church of England ⇒ Doctrines (12), Fourth of July orations (12), England and Wales ⇒ Army (12), Church of England ⇒ Clergy (12), Great Britain ⇒ History ⇒ Stuarts, 1603-1714 (12), Solemn League and Covenant (1643) (12), Theology, doctrinal (11), Christian life (11), Great Britain ⇒ History ⇒ Charles II, 1660-1685 ⇒ Sources (11), Christian life ⇒ Early works to 1800 (11), Elizabeth I, Queen of England, 1533-1603 (11), Cromwell, Oliver, 1599-1658 (11), Great Britain ⇒ Description and travel ⇒ Early works to 1800 (11), Ireland ⇒ History ⇒ 1625-1649 (11), Great Britain ⇒ Politics and government ⇒ 1660-1688 ⇒ Periodicals (11), Great Britain ⇒ History ⇒ Charles II, 1660-1685 ⇒ Periodicals (11), Broadsides ⇒ England ⇒ London (11), Detention of persons ⇒ England ⇒ Early works to 1800 (11), Great Britain ⇒ Politics and government ⇒ 1642-1660 (11), Taxation ⇒ England ⇒ Early works to 1800 (11), Society of Friends ⇒ Apologetic works (11), Excise tax ⇒ England ⇒ Early works to 1800 (11), Monarchy ⇒ Great Britain ⇒ Early works to 1800 (11), East India Company (10), Ireland ⇒ Politics and government ⇒ 17th century (10), Great Britain ⇒ Politics and government ⇒ 1625-1649 ⇒ Early works to 1800 (10), Great Britain ⇒ Politics and government ⇒ 1660-1688 ⇒ Early works to 1800 (10), Church of England ⇒ Bishops ⇒ Temporal power (10), Great Britain ⇒ History (10), Great Britain ⇒ History ⇒ Commonwealth and Protectorate, 1649-1660 ⇒ Periodicals (10), Church of England ⇒ Clergy ⇒ Early works to 1800 (10), Speeches, addresses, etc., English ⇒ Early works to 1800 (10), Ballads, English ⇒ Early works to 1800 (9), Coinage ⇒ England ⇒ Early works to 1800 (9), Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax ⇒ Baron, 1612-1671 (9), James I, King of England, 1566-1625 (9), Church of England ⇒ History (9), English poetry (9), Political science (9), New England ⇒ History (9), Great Britain ⇒ History ⇒ James II, 1685-1688 (9), Church of England ⇒ Apologetic works (9), Conduct of life ⇒ Early works to 1800 (9), Church polity (9), City of London (England) ⇒ Court of Common Council ⇒ Early works to 1800 (9), Levellers ⇒ Early works to 1800 (9), Great Britain ⇒ History ⇒ Civil War, 1642-1649 ⇒ Confiscations and contributions ⇒ Early works to 1800 (9), Treason ⇒ England ⇒ Early works to 1800 (9), Church of England ⇒ Liturgy (9), Voyages and travels (9), Theology ⇒ Early works to 1800 (8), Prerogative, Royal ⇒ Great Britain ⇒ Early works to 1800 (8), Geography ⇒ Early works to 1800 (8), Episcopacy (8), Catholics ⇒ England (8), Solemn League and Covenant (1643) ⇒ Early works to 1800 (8), Presbyterianism (8), Church of England ⇒ Book of common prayer (8), Europe ⇒ Description and travel (8), Taxation ⇒ England (8), Bristol, George Digby, Earl of, 1612-1677 (8), Attachment and garnishment ⇒ England ⇒ Early works to 1800 (8), Trials (Treason) ⇒ England ⇒ Early works to 1800 (8), Great Britain ⇒ History ⇒ Civil War, 1642-1649 ⇒ Religious aspects ⇒ Early works to 1800 (8), Westminster Assembly (1643-1652) (8), Presbyterianism ⇒ Early works to 1800 (8), Great Britain ⇒ Politics and government ⇒ 1689-1702 ⇒ Early works to 1800 (8), Great Britain ⇒ History ⇒ William and Mary, 1689-1702 ⇒ Early works to 1800 (8), Theology ⇒ History ⇒ 17th century (7), Mary ⇒ Queen of Scots, 1542-1587 (7), Shaftesbury, Anthony Ashley Cooper ⇒ Earl of, 1621-1683 (7), Great Britain ⇒ Politics and government ⇒ 1702-1714 (7), Great Britain ⇒ History ⇒ Commonwealth and Protectorate, 1649-1660 ⇒ Sources (7), Church and state ⇒ Church of England (7), Oates, Titus, 1649-1705 (7), Godfrey, Edmund Berry, Sir, 1621-1678 (7), Military art and science ⇒ Early works to 1800 (7), Sermons, English ⇒ 16th century (7), Church and state ⇒ Great Britain ⇒ Early works to 1800 (7), Great Britain ⇒ History ⇒ Elizabeth, 1558-1603 ⇒ Early works to 1800 (7), Voyages and travels ⇒ Early works to 1800 (7), Government, Resistance to (7), Great Britain ⇒ Description and travel (7), Treason ⇒ England (7), Anti-Catholicism ⇒ England (7), Prynne, William, 1600-1669 ⇒ Early works to 1800 (7), Great Britain ⇒ History ⇒ Civil War, 1642-1649 ⇒ Peace ⇒ Early works to 1800 (7), Cromwell, Oliver, 1599-1658 ⇒ Early works to 1800 (7), Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax ⇒ Baron, 1612-1671 ⇒ Early works to 1800 (7), World history ⇒ Early works to 1800 (7), England and Wales ⇒ Parliament ⇒ House of Lords (7), Great Britain ⇒ History ⇒ Restoration, 1660-1688 ⇒ Poetry (7), East India Company ⇒ Early works to 1800 (7), Dissenters, Religious ⇒ Great Britain (7), Rye House Plot, 1683 (7), Church of England ⇒ Bishops ⇒ Early works to 1800 (7), Church of England (7), Agriculture ⇒ Early works to 1800 (6), Great Britain ⇒ Politics and government ⇒ 1660-1688 ⇒ Sources (6), Great Britain ⇒ History ⇒ Elizabeth, 1558-1603 (6), England and Wales ⇒ Parliament ⇒ History (6), Great Britain ⇒ Politics and government ⇒ Early works to 1800 (6), Protestantism (6), Money ⇒ England ⇒ Early works to 1800 (6), Freedom of religion ⇒ England (6), Reformation ⇒ England (6), Great Britain ⇒ History ⇒ James I, 1603-1625 ⇒ Early works to 1800 (6), Great Britain ⇒ Economic conditions ⇒ 17th century (6), Great Britain ⇒ Foreign relations ⇒ Spain ⇒ Early works to 1800 (6), Apologetics ⇒ Early works to 1800 (6), Mass (6), Lord’s Supper ⇒ Catholic Church (6), Great Britain ⇒ Commerce (6), Prerogative, Royal ⇒ England (6), Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691 (6), Chronology, Historical (6), Subscribers’ lists (6), Europe ⇒ Description and travel ⇒ Early works to 1800 (6), Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699 (6), Ethics ⇒ Early works to 1800 (6), Conduct of life (6), Conduct of life ⇒ Early works to 1900 (6), Massachusetts ⇒ Politics and government (6), Massachusetts ⇒ History (6), Catholic Church ⇒ Apologetic works (6), Great Britain ⇒ Politics and government ⇒ 1642-1649 ⇒ Sources (6), English drama ⇒ 17th century (6), Scotland ⇒ History ⇒ Charles I, 1625-1649 (6), Public worship ⇒ Great Britain ⇒ Early works to 1800 (6), Religious tolerance ⇒ England ⇒ Early works to 1800 (6), Great Britain ⇒ History ⇒ Civil War, 1642-1649 ⇒ Poetry ⇒ Early works to 1800 (6), Taxation ⇒ Law and legislation ⇒ England ⇒ Early works to 1800 (6), Great Britain ⇒ Foreign relations ⇒ Netherlands (6), Political poetry, English (6), Great Britain ⇒ Politics and government ⇒ 1625-1649 ⇒ Sources (6), Political satire, English (6), Medicine ⇒ Early works to 1800 (6), Political satire, English ⇒ Early works to 1800 (6), England and Wales ⇒ Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II) ⇒ Early works to 1800 (6), Pym, John, 1584-1643 (6), Cromwell, Oliver, 1599-1658 ⇒ Poetry (6), Church of England ⇒ Customs and practices (6), Ecclesiastical law ⇒ England (5), Knowledge, Theory of (5), Great Britain ⇒ History ⇒ Civil War, 1642-1649 ⇒ Pamphlets (5), Great Britain ⇒ History ⇒ Henry III, 1216-1272 (5), Ireland ⇒ History ⇒ 1660-1688 (5), Prerogative, Royal ⇒ Great Britain (5), Sunday ⇒ Early works to 1800 (5), Salvation ⇒ Early works to 1800 (5), Great Britain ⇒ Biography (5), Constitutional history ⇒ Great Britain (5), Eikon basilike (5), Science ⇒ Early works to 1800 (5), Utopias ⇒ Early works to 1800 (5), Philosophy ⇒ Early works to 1800 (5), Brownists (5), Great Britain ⇒ History ⇒ Early works to 1800 (5), Gunpowder Plot, 1605 (5), Prayers (5), City of London (England) ⇒ Court of Common Council (5), Louis XIV, King of France, 1638-1715 (5), Catholic Church ⇒ Liturgy ⇒ Texts (5), Emperors ⇒ Rome ⇒ Early works to 1800 (5), History, Ancient ⇒ Early works to 1800 (5), Booksellers’ advertisements ⇒ Pennsylvania (5), English drama ⇒ Early works to 1800 (5), Sermons (5), Church and state (5), Spain ⇒ Foreign relations ⇒ Great Britain ⇒ Early works to 1800 (5), Providence and government of God ⇒ Early works to 1800 (5), Jeffreys, George Jeffreys ⇒ Baron, 1644 or 5-1689 (5), England ⇒ Social life and customs ⇒ Early works to 1800 (5), Great Britain ⇒ Politics and government ⇒ 1603-1625 (5), Plays (5), Great Britain ⇒ Colonies ⇒ Commerce (5), Satires (5), Monarchy (5), Great Britain ⇒ History ⇒ Poetry ⇒ Early works to 1800 (5), Treason ⇒ Great Britain ⇒ Early works to 1800 (5), 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Part 5 ⇒ Controversial literature ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Portugal ⇒ History ⇒ Henry I, 1578-1580 ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Established churches ⇒ England (1), Carleton, Mary, 1642?-1673 ⇒ Poetry (1), Catholic Church ⇒ Relations ⇒ Evangelicalism (1), Construction industry ⇒ England ⇒ London (1), Congregational churches ⇒ Government (1), Great Britain ⇒ History ⇒ Edward VI, 1547-1553 ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), English language ⇒ Foreign words and phrases ⇒ Dictionaries (1), Northamptonshire (England) ⇒ History ⇒ Sources (1), Oath of allegiance, 1606 ⇒ Controversial literature ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Latin language ⇒ Dictionaries ⇒ English (1), Long, Thomas, 1621-1707 ⇒ Mischiefs of separation ⇒ Part 2 (1), Lord’s Supper (1), Building trades ⇒ England ⇒ London (1), Wake, William, 1657-1737 ⇒ Authority of Christian princes over their ecclesiastical synods asserted (1), London (England) ⇒ Social life and customs (1), Ordinances, municipal ⇒ Massachusetts ⇒ Boston ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Edward VI, King of England, 1537-1553 ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Copts (1), Dissenters, Religious ⇒ England ⇒ Sermons (1), Morton, Thomas, 1564-1659 ⇒ Preamble unto an incounter with P.R. the author of the deceitfull treatise of mitigation ⇒ Controversial literature ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Parsons, Robert, 1546-1610 ⇒ Manifestation of the great folly of certayne in England calling themselves secular priestes (1), Heaven (1), Lord’s Supper ⇒ History (1), Plague ⇒ England ⇒ London ⇒ Poetry ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Law ⇒ Massachusetts ⇒ Boston ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Truth (1), Coptic Church (1), Law ⇒ Dictionaries (1), Coke, Edward, Sir, 1552-1634 ⇒ Reports. 6-7 ⇒ Controversial literature ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Coinage ⇒ Great Britain ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Fuller, Thomas, 1608-1661 ⇒ Sermon of reformation (1), Sovereignty ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Lectionaries ⇒ Texts (1), Laud, William, 1573-1645 ⇒ Controversial literature ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Fuller, Thomas, 1608-1661 ⇒ Appeal of injured innocence, unto the religious learned and ingenuous reader ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Levellers ⇒ Controversial literature ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Insurance, Accident ⇒ England ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Historians (1), Ancient testimony and principle of the people called Quakers (1), Great Britain ⇒ History ⇒ Civil War, 1642-1649 ⇒ Flags (1), Germany ⇒ Commerce ⇒ Great Britain ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), United States ⇒ Commerce ⇒ Great Britain (1), Philosophy ⇒ History (1), Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655 ⇒ Meroz cursed (1), England and Wales ⇒ Army ⇒ Discipline ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Rent ⇒ Ireland ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Daniel 6:26 ⇒ Sermons (1), Johnson, Samuel, 1649-1703 ⇒ Julian the Apostate (1), Bristol, George Digby, Earl of, 1612-1677 ⇒ Lord George Digbie’s apologie for himselfe ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), A. B. C. ⇒ Controversial literature ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Harrington, James, 1611-1677 ⇒ Stumbling-block of disobedience & rebellion cunningly imputed by P.H. unto Calvin, removed in a letter to the said P.H. from J.H. ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Economics ⇒ Religious aspects ⇒ Christianity ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Historiography ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Covenant theology ⇒ Sermons ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), United States ⇒ Commerce ⇒ France (1), Philosophy, Ancient ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Judges 5:23 ⇒ Criticism, interpretation, etc (1), Parker, Henry, 1604-1652 ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Massachusetts ⇒ History ⇒ New Plymouth, 1620-1691 (1), English language ⇒ Grammar ⇒ Early modern, 1500-1799 (1), Alchemy (1), Heylyn, Peter, 1600-1662 ⇒ Respondet Petrus ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Millennialism ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Credit ⇒ England (1), History ⇒ Study and teaching (1), Jeremiah 50:5 ⇒ Sermons ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Great Britain ⇒ Commerce ⇒ Germany ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Great Britain ⇒ Commerce ⇒ United States (1), John 16:8 ⇒ Sermons (1), Lord’s Supper ⇒ Frequency of communion ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Great Britain ⇒ Commerce ⇒ Ireland ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Law ⇒ Dictionaries ⇒ Humor ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Law ⇒ United States ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Generals ⇒ Great Britain (1), Holles, Denzil Holles ⇒ Baron, 1599-1680 ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691 ⇒ Grotian religion discovered ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Political prisoners ⇒ England ⇒ Poetry ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Heylyn, Peter, 1600-1662 ⇒ Coale from the altar (1), Leases ⇒ England ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Wine and wine making ⇒ Great Britain ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), France ⇒ Commerce ⇒ United States (1), Bludworth, Thomas, Sir, 1624-1682 (1), Acts 25:27 ⇒ Sermons (1), Catholics ⇒ Great Britain ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), London (England) ⇒ Politics and government ⇒ 17th century ⇒ Poetry ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Customary law ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Albemarle, George Monck ⇒ Duke of, 1608-1670 (1), Hundred Years’ War, 1339-1453 ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Fairfax, Ferdinando Fairfax ⇒ Baron, 1584-1648 ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Clergy ⇒ Appointment, call, and election ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Royalists ⇒ England ⇒ Poetry ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Heylyn, Peter, 1600-1662 ⇒ Antidatum Lincolniense (1), Land tenure ⇒ Law and legislation ⇒ England ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Legislative bodies ⇒ Privileges and immunities ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Liquor laws ⇒ Great Britain ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Brissot de Warville, J.-P. ⇒ (Jacques Pierre) ⇒ 1754-1793 ⇒ Portraits (1), Howell, John ⇒ Sir (1), Catholics ⇒ Ireland ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Water ⇒ Taxation ⇒ Law and legislation ⇒ Great Britain ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662 (1), Conference between two Protestants and a Papist (1), Great Britain ⇒ History ⇒ 14th century ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), L’Estrange, Hamon, 1605-1660 ⇒ Observator observ’d ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Humorous poetry, English ⇒ 17th century (1), Cole, Henry, 1500?-1580 (1), Messina (Italy) ⇒ History (1), England and Wales ⇒ Parliament ⇒ Committee for Corporations ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Coal trade ⇒ England ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Hereford (England) ⇒ History ⇒ Siege, 1645 ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Library catalogues ⇒ Pennsylvania (1), Penn, William, 1644-1718 ⇒ Peoples antient and just liberties asserted in the tryal of William Penn and William Mead (1), Alsop, Vincent, 1629 or 30-1703 ⇒ Melius inquirendum (1), Ireland ⇒ History ⇒ 1640-1660 ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Tax revenue estimating ⇒ Great Britain ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Fox, George, 1624-1691 ⇒ Great mystery of the great whore unfolded (1), Taxation ⇒ France (1), France ⇒ History ⇒ 14th century ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Manchester, Edward Montagu ⇒ Earl of, 1602-1671 ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Somerset (England) ⇒ History ⇒ Sources ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), London (England) ⇒ Fire, 1666 ⇒ Poetry (1), Church of England ⇒ Bishops ⇒ Sources (1), Burton, Henry, 1578-1648 ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Charity laws and legislation ⇒ Great Britain ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Westminster Assembly (1643-1652) ⇒ Dissenting Brethren ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Church libraries ⇒ Pennsylvania (1), God ⇒ Love ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Hull (England) ⇒ History ⇒ 17th century ⇒ Sources (1), Public Finance ⇒ Great Britain ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Fox, George, 1624-1691 ⇒ Address to the magistrates and officers of government of the colony of Rhode-Island (1), Poll tax ⇒ France (1), Burton, Henry, 1578-1648 ⇒ Apology of an appeale ⇒ Controversial literature (1), Esther 4:16 ⇒ Sermons (1), Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649 ⇒ Poetry ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), English poetry ⇒ Translations from Greek (1), Bugg, Francis, 1640-1724? ⇒ Quakerism withering (1), Mines and mineral resources ⇒ England (1), Mercenary troops ⇒ Great Britain ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Spain ⇒ Foreign relations ⇒ Portugal ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Canals ⇒ Pennsylvania (1), Fasting ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Psalms 58:9 ⇒ Sermons (1), Soldiers ⇒ Great Britain ⇒ Salaries, etc ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Stow-on-the-Wold (England) ⇒ History ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Burnet, Thomas, 1635?-1715 ⇒ Telluris theoria sacra ⇒ English (1), Burton, Henry, 1578-1648 ⇒ For God, and the King ⇒ Controversial literature (1), Royalists ⇒ England ⇒ History ⇒ 17th century ⇒ Poetry ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Great Britain ⇒ History ⇒ Civil War, 1642 1649 ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Gloucestershire (England) ⇒ History ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Classical poetry ⇒ Translations into English (1), Crisp, Thomas, 17th cent ⇒ Animadversions on George Whitehead’s book (1), Bushell, Thomas, 1594-1674 (1), England and Wales ⇒ Parliament ⇒ Committee for Compounding with Delinquents ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Portugal ⇒ Foreign relations ⇒ Spain ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Inland navigation ⇒ Pennsylvania (1), Laud, William, 1573-1645 ⇒ Relation of the conference between William Laud, late Lord Archbishop of Canterbury, and Mr. Fisher the Jesuit (1), Somerset (England) ⇒ History ⇒ Sources (1), Forests and forestry ⇒ Great Britain ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Songs (1), Opera ⇒ Bio-bibliography (1), James I, King of England, 1566-1625 ⇒ Poetry ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Sterry, Peter, 1613-1672 ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Great Britain ⇒ Politics and government ⇒ 1642-1649 ⇒ Sources ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Tewkesbury (Gloucestershire) ⇒ History ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), English poetry ⇒ Translations from Latin (1), Bugg, Francis, 1640-1724? ⇒ Something in answer to the allegations of the Quakers (1), Debt, Imprisonment for ⇒ England ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Inchiquin, Murrough O’Brien ⇒ Earl of, 1614-1674 ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Smith, John ⇒ Captain (1), Public works ⇒ Pennsylvania (1), Carwell, Thomas, 1600-1664 ⇒ Labyrinthus Cantuariensis (1), Zechariah 14:9 ⇒ Sermons (1), Armada, 1588 ⇒ Songs and music (1), English drama ⇒ Bio-bibliography (1), Public officers ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Powell, Vavasor, 1617-1670 ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Psalms 82:1 ⇒ Sermons (1), Law ⇒ Ireland ⇒ History and criticism (1), Coventry, William, Sir, 1628?-1686 ⇒ Englands appeale ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Church and state ⇒ England ⇒ 17th century ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Pontefract (England) ⇒ History ⇒ Siege, 1645 ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Aristocracy (Social class) (1), Matthew 7:15-16 ⇒ Sermons (1), Numbers 25:10-11 ⇒ Sermons (1), Randolph, Edward ⇒ ca. 1632-1703 (1), Reformed Church ⇒ Doctrines ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Sedgwick, William, 1609 or 10-1669? ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Scotland ⇒ Military relations ⇒ England ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Conflict management ⇒ Religious aspects ⇒ Christianity ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Abbeys ⇒ England (1), Courten, William, 1642-1702 ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Public welfare ⇒ Law and legislation ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), England and Wales ⇒ Parliament ⇒ House of Commons ⇒ Privileges and immunities ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Quakers ⇒ England (1), Rumford, Benjamin ⇒ Graf von ⇒ 1753-1814 ⇒ Portraits (1), Beveridge, William, 1637-1708 (1), St. Fagans (Wales), Battle of, 1648 ⇒ Sermons ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Thanksgiving sermons ⇒ 1689 Jan. 31 (1), Horticulture ⇒ England (1), Success ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Scotland ⇒ History ⇒ Prophecies ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Humble petition of the lord major, aldermen, and commons of the city of London, in Common-Councell assembled (1), Church buildings ⇒ England (1), Vermuyden, Cornelius, Sir, 1590-1677 ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), England and Wales ⇒ Parliament ⇒ House of Commons ⇒ Election districts ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Washington, George, 1732-1799 ⇒ Death and burial (1), Cranmer, Thomas, 1489-1556 (1), England and Wales ⇒ Royal Navy ⇒ History ⇒ 17th century ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Isaiah 8:9-10 ⇒ Sermons ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Thanksgiving sermons ⇒ 1689 Dec. 19 (1), Fruit-culture ⇒ England (1), Church of England ⇒ Thirty-nine Articles ⇒ Outlines, syllabi, etc ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Nye, Philip, 1596?-1672 ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), England ⇒ Military relations ⇒ Scotland ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Humble representation of the pressing greivances [sic], and important desires of the well-affected freemen, and covenant-engaged citizens, of the city of London (1), Hospitals ⇒ England (1), Great Britain ⇒ Appropriations and expenditures ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Feudal law ⇒ England ⇒ Kent ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Readers (1), Latin language ⇒ Grammar ⇒ Humor ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Petroglyphs (1), War (1), Jesus Christ ⇒ Royal office ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Jesus Christ ⇒ Political and social views ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Monasteries ⇒ England (1), Lee, Richard, 1611-1684 ⇒ Cor humiliatum et contritum ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Merchant mariners ⇒ Salaries, etc ⇒ England ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Gavelkind ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Juvenile literature ⇒ Poetry (1), Warwickshire (England) ⇒ History ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Election sermons ⇒ 1689 ⇒ Massachusetts (1), Machiavelli, Niccolò, 1469-1527 (1), Reformation ⇒ Great Britain (1), Commons ⇒ England ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Legitimacy of governments ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Salvage ⇒ England ⇒ Cases ⇒ 17th century (1), Norris, John, 1657-1711 ⇒ Essay towards the theory of the ideal or intelligible world (1), Transportation ⇒ Social aspects ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Land tenure ⇒ England ⇒ Kent ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Booksellers and bookselling ⇒ New York (State) (1), Inheritance and succession ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), City of London (England) ⇒ Lord Mayor ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Psalms 102:18 ⇒ Sermons (1), Palmer, John ⇒ 1650-1700? ⇒ Impartial account of the state of New England (1), Florence (Italy) ⇒ History (1), Henry VI, King of England, 1421-1471 ⇒ Drama ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Monsters ⇒ England ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Continuity of the church ⇒ Anglican Communion ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Poor laws ⇒ England ⇒ London ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Songs, English ⇒ England ⇒ 17th century (1), Bolton, Richard, Sir, 1570?-1648 (1), Great Britain ⇒ History ⇒ Roman period, 55 B.C.-449 A.D. ⇒ Drama (1), Textile fabrics ⇒ Law and legislation ⇒ England ⇒ London ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Clearing of land ⇒ England ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), 2 Chronicles 15:2 ⇒ Sermons ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Declaration of the gentlemen, merchants, and inhabitants of Boston (1), Basset, Joshua, 1641?-1720 (1), Right of property ⇒ Scotland ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Roundheads ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Eschatology ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Orphans ⇒ England ⇒ London ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Incidental music ⇒ Scores (1), Maynard, John, Sir, 1602-1690 ⇒ Imprisonment ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), England and Wales ⇒ Public General Acts. 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Year C (1), Moore of Drogheda, Charles Moore ⇒ Viscount, 1603-1643 (1), Palatinate (Germany) ⇒ History ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Bristol (England) ⇒ History ⇒ 17th century ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Decedents’ family maintenance ⇒ England ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Cotton, John, 1584-1652 ⇒ Bloudy tenent, washed (1), Dissenters, Religious ⇒ Legal status, laws, etc ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Fireworks ⇒ England ⇒ Early works to 1800 (1), Lilburne, John, 1614?-1657 ⇒ Englands new chains discovered. 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