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A speech spoken by Isaac Crew an orphan of the grammar-school in Christ's-Hospital; To His Majesty King William III. In his passage through the City of London, Nov. 16. 1697. on his return from Flanders, after the happy conclusion of the peace. Published at the desire of many of the governours of Christ's-Hospital.
by Crew, Isaac, d. 1757.Request from another library (InterLibrary Loan)
A true account, set up out the informations, intercepted letters, and others authentiq instruments, concerning the horrid conspiracy, against the life of his sacred Majesty, William the III. King of England, Scotland, France & Yreland, &c. setting forth by whom it was contrived, how it was to bee carryed on, & the manner of its discovery, trial, sentence, and execution.
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[Sir John Friend and Sir William Perkins last farwell to the world, who were executed at Tyburn on Friday the 3d. of Aprill, 1696, or, Their sor]rowful lamentati[on] for being concerned in this horrid and bloody plot Tune of, 'Twas within a furlong of Edenborough town.
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A particular relation of the battel, fought on the 29th of July, 1693, between the confederate army, commanded by His Majesty of Great Britain and the Elector of Bavaria, &c. and that of France, commanded by the M. d'Luxemburgh with an exact list of the principal officers killed, wounded, and taken prisoners on both sides.
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Angliæ decus & tutamen, or, The glory and safety of this nation under our present King and Queen plainly demonstrating, that it is not only the duty, but the interest of all Jacobites and disaffected persons to act for, and submit to, this government.
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A sermon preached October the 19, 1690, before the right worshipful the mayor, aldermen, and sheriff, &c. of the town and county of New-Castle upon Tyne being the day appointed for a general thanks giving for His Majesties's safe return and happy success in Ireland /
by Tullie, George, 1652?-1695.Request from another library (InterLibrary Loan)
A true copy of the Imperial decree, and of the declaration that was delivered to the envoys of the electors, princes and estates of the empire, by Prince Herman of Baden: by which the late insinuations of the Papists do's appear wholly groundless. (viz.) That the Catholick Princes were grown jealous of his Royal Highness the Prince of Orange's designs, and that therefore a peace would speedily be concluded between his Imperial Majesty and France, and a league of all the Catholick princes ensue, for maintenance of the Romish-Religion..
by Leopold I, Holy Roman Emperor, 1640-1705.Request from another library (InterLibrary Loan)