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The association for King William design'd, or, An entire loyalty to His present Majesty by satisfaction given to those that are still for King James, in regard to their most concientious scruple, and scandal taken, promoted.
by Humfrey, John, 1621-1719Request from another library (InterLibrary Loan)
A true, exact and impartial history of the horrid and detestable plots and conspiracies, contrived and carried on by papists and other wicked persons, for the compassing the death and destruction of his sacred Majesty, King William III. And introducing popery and slavery, by an invasion from France. With the manner how it was a miraculously discovered, when ripe to be put in execution. Also, an account of the tryals, speeches, confessions and executions of those that have suffered for it; with their characters, from the first of them to Sir John Fenwick, who was beheaded on Tower-Hill, on an act of attainder; with the paper he left behind him: and many other things worthy of particular remark, for the information of the present and future ages.
Imprint 1697Request from another library (InterLibrary Loan)
The Paris relation of the Battel of Landen, July 29th, 1693, between the French, commanded by the D. of Luxemburg, and the confederates, by the K. of Great Britain publish'd by the French King's authority, with his letter, ordering the Archbishop of Paris to sing Te Deum, and a private letter from a very good hand in Paris, with another account of the battel : as also reflexions upon the King's letter, by a very learned French pen and observations by another hand here, proving the French king and his gazeteers account to be inconsistent with themselves, and one another, as well as contrary to truth, and that though the French kept the field, yet they were really loosers by the action.
Imprint 1693Request from another library (InterLibrary Loan)
Peace triumphant., or, A congratulatory poem To celebrate the unspeakable benefits and blessings of peace, together with some grateful reflections upon King William the III. His excellent Majesties first coming to the crown, as a happy instrument in the hand of divine providence, to settle the affairs of the nation, and with the hazard of his own life to deliver us from near approaching ruine /
by Cheesman, Thomas.Request from another library (InterLibrary Loan)
A true account of the names, of such of the conspirators, and other suspected persons, who have been seized, and have surrendered themselves on account of the late horrid conspiracy, together with the association, of the Parliament of England, for the defence of the King and Kingdom
Imprint 1696Request from another library (InterLibrary Loan)
A form of prayer and thanksgiving to Almighty God for having made his Highness the Prince of Orange the glorious instrument of the great deliverance of this kingdom from popery and arbitary power. To be used in the city of London and ten miles distant thereof, on the 31 of January instant, and throughout the whole kingdom on the 14 of February next.
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