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A Full and true account of the proceedings of Tho. Harris, Gent. high constable of the Hundred of Oswaldstone, in the county of Middlesex. Being the manner of finding the head of the late murder'd person, who was cut to pieces: it being found between twelve and one a clock at night, in the House of Office, near the house of Mr. Fresnear, a fringe-maker, near Exeter-Exchange, on Sunday-night, the 5th instant February, 1687.
by Harris, Tho., High-Constable, fl. 1688.Get full text
The promise of God proclaimed; which is Christ the everlasting covenant of God to the Jews, Gentiles, and all people upon the earth, which God spake by his prophets, and was preached by the apostles, and by his servants and messengers sent forth since for Barbadoes, New-England, Virginia, the East and West Indies, and the south and north parts of the vvorld, to go to them all.
by Fox, George, 1624-1691.Get full text
The speciall committee appointed by the House of Commons for the better expediting of the affaires of Ireland, now in so great extremitie desire that all the adventurers for Ireland would meet tomorrow morning, being Friday the second of the instant Iune, in Grocers Hall ...
by Goodwin, Robert, 17th cent.Get full text
His Highness the Prince of Orange his speech to the Scots Lords and Gentlemen with their address, and His Highness his answer. With a true account of what past at their meeting in the Council-Chamber at Whitehall, Jan. 1688/9. His Highness the Prince of Orange having caused advertise such of the Scots Lords and Gentlemen, as were in town, met them in a room at St. James's, upon Monday the seventh of January at three of the clock in the afternoon, and had this speech to them.
by William III, King of England, 1650-1702.Get full text