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The dolefull euen-song, or A true, particular and impartiall narration of that fearefull and sudden calamity, which befell the preacher Mr. Drury a Iesuite, and the greater part of his auditory, by the downefall of the floore at an assembly in the Black-Friers on Sunday the 26. of Octob. last, in the after noone Together with the rehearsall of Master Drurie his text, and the diuision thereof, as also an exact catalogue of the names of such as perished by this lamentable accident: and a briefe application thereupon.
by Goad, Thomas, 1576-1638.Request from another library (InterLibrary Loan)
Nevv shreds of the old snare Containing the apparitions of two new female ghosts. The copies of diuers letters of late intercourse concerning Romish affaires. Speciall indulgences purchased at Rome, granted to diuers English gentle-beleeuing Catholiques for their ready money. A catalogue of English nunnes of the late transportations within these two or three yeares. By Iohn Gee, Master of Arts, late of Exon-Colledge in Oxford.
by Gee, John, 1596-1639.Request from another library (InterLibrary Loan)
An exact discoverie of Romish doctrine in the case of conspiracie and rebellion by pregnant obseruations: collected (not without direction from our superiours) out of the expresse dogmaticall principles of popish priests and doctors.
by Morton, Thomas, 1564-1659.Request from another library (InterLibrary Loan)
The censure of a loyall subiect vpon certaine noted speach and behauiours, of those fourteene notable traitors, at the place of their executions, the xx. and xxi. of September last past. Wherein is handled matter of necessarye instruction for all dutifull subiectes: especially, the multitude of ignorant people.
by Whetstone, George, 1544?-1587?Request from another library (InterLibrary Loan)
A balad intituled, A cold pye for the papistes wherin is contayned: the trust of true subiectes for suppressyng of sedicious papistrie and rebellion: to the maintenance of the Gospell, and the publique peace of Englande. Made to be songe to Lassiamiza noate.
by Phillips, John, fl. 1570-1591.Request from another library (InterLibrary Loan)
The black box of Roome [sic] opened. From whence are revealed, the damnable bloody plots, practises, and behaviour of Iesuites, priests, papists, and other recusants in generall : against Christian princes, estates and the people in those places where they have lived, &c.
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The present state and condition of Ireland, but more especially the province of Ulster, humbly represented to the kingdom of England. By Edmund Murphy, secular priest, and titular chanter of Armach, and one of the first discoverers of the Irish Plot.
by Murphy, Edmund, Secular priest.Request from another library (InterLibrary Loan)
A true and wonderfull relation of a whale, pursued in the sea, and incounterd by multitudes of other fishes, as it was certified by divers mariners of Weymouth, who comming from France, in the good ship called the Bonaventure, did shoote the said vvhale, which making to land did strike upon the shore, within three miles of VVeymouth, where being opened there was found in the belly of it a Romish priest, with pardons for divers Papists in England and in Ireland, whose names are here inserted.
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The vvarn-vvord to Sir Francis Hastinges wast-word conteyning the issue of three former treateses, the Watch-word, the Ward-word and the Wast-word (intituled by Sir Francis, an Apologie or defence of his Watch-word) togeather with certaine admonitions & warnings to thesaid [sic] knight and his followers. Wherunto is adioyned a breif reiection of an insolent, and vaunting minister masked with the letters O.E. who hath taken vpon him to wryte of thesame [sic] argument in supply of the knight. There go also foure seueral tables, one of the chapters, another of the controuersies, the third of the cheif shiftes, and deceits, the fourth of the parricular [sic] matters conteyned in the whole book. By N.D. author of the Ward-word.
by Parsons, Robert, 1546-1610.Request from another library (InterLibrary Loan)
The substance of the information of Richard Perkin of Shutborrow, in the county of Stafford; taken upon oath at Stafford Assizes 1679. by Sir Robert Atkyns Knight, then one of the judges for that circuit.
by Perkin, Richard, 17th cent.Request from another library (InterLibrary Loan)
A true extract out of the Commons journal: of the most principal proceedings of that honourable House, in this last short meeting; in order to the preservation of the King and kingdom from the growth of popery, and also for reducing the growing greatness of France.
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The honesty and true zeal of the Kings witnesses justified and vindicated against those unchristian-like equivocal protestations of Dr. Oliver Plunkett, asserting in his last speech his own innocency; being as great damnation to his soul, as any of his former trayterous and hellish practices against his King and countrey, as breathing them upon the point of death, without any time of repenting the enormity of them with true contrition. /
by Weyer, Florence.Request from another library (InterLibrary Loan)