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The remonstrance from the Reverend Father in God, Francis Lord Bishop of Ely, and several others, the most eminent divines of the Church of England, against the proceedings of the P: O. and the lords spiritual and temporal, that invited him. Being an adress [sic], from the pulpit to the King, in fifteen sermons; denouncing damnation, &c. to the abdicators of God's annoynted, and abettors of this rebellion.
by Turner, Francis, 1638?-1700.Request from another library (InterLibrary Loan)
A true description of the manner and form of the royal meeting and consultation of King William, and the soveraign princes, at the Hague in Holland: With a catalogue of the names and titles of the several electors, and other princes: As also, an account of His Sacred Majesty's landing; his splendid, glorious, and magnificent reception by the States General; of the canopy, and chair of stare; of the triumphal arches, and fire-works, &c.
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The loyalists reasons for his giving obedience, and swearing allegiance, to the present government as being oblieged thereto, by, (it being founded on) the laws of God, nature, nations and civil : and seing, hereby, justice preceeds advantage, and right possession, and rule precedents : wherein are answered (by prevention) all the objections of dissenters, according to their own uncontrovertible principles /
by Cullen, Francis Grant, Lord, 1658-1726.Request from another library (InterLibrary Loan)
A speech made by the Right Honourable the Earl of Arran to the Scotish nobility and gentry, met together at the Council Chamber in White-Hall, on the eight of January 1689. about an address to His Highness the Prince of Orange, to take upon him the government of the Kingdom of Scotland.
by Hamilton, James Douglas, Duke of, 1658-1712.Request from another library (InterLibrary Loan)
An answer to a paper entituled, A letter to a friend, upon the dissolving of the late Parliament, and the calling of a new one together, with a list of those that were against making the Prince and Princess of Orange, King and Queen
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An argument proving that the abrogation of King James by the people of England from the regal throne, and the promotion of the Prince of Orange, one of the royal family, to the throne of the kingdom in his stead, was according to the constitution of the English government and prescribed by it in opposition to all the false and treacherous hypotheses ... /
by Johnson, Samuel, 1649-1703.Request from another library (InterLibrary Loan)
The history of the late revolution in England with the causes & means by which it was accomplish'd : together with the settlement thereof under their most serene Majesties, King William and Queen Mary, by the Lords and Commons assembled in this present Parliament.
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