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An aproved ansvver to the partiall and unlikt of Lord Digbies speech to the bill of attainder of the Earle of Strafford. Which was first torne in pieces, and afterwards disgracefully burnt by the hang-man in Smithfield, Cheapside, Westminster, upon Fryday being the 15. day of July, 1641. Written by a worthy gentleman.
by Worthy gentleman.Get full text
A true and faithful account of the several informations exhibited to the honourable Committee appointed by the Parliament to inquire into the late dreadful burning of the city of London together with other informations touching the insolency of popish priests and Jesuites, and the increase of popery, brought to the honourable Committee appointed by the Parliament for that purpose.
Imprint 1667Get full text
The Romane conclaue VVherein, by way of history, exemplified vpon the liues of the Romane emperours, from Charles the Great, to Rodulph now reigning; the forcible entries, and vsurpations of the Iesuited statists, successiuely practised against the sacred maiestie of the said empire: and so by application, against the residue of the Christian kings, and free-states are liuely acted, and truely reported. By Io. Vrsinus ante-Iesuite.
by Beringer, Joachim.Get full text
A full and satisfactorie answer to the late vnaduised bull, thundred by Pope Paul the Fift, against the renowmed state of Venice: being modestly entitled by the learned author, Considerations vpon the censure of Pope Paul the Fift, against the common-wealth of Venice: /
by Sarpi, Paolo, 1552-1623.Get full text
An answere vnto a wicked & infamous libel made by Christopher Vitel, one of the chiefe English elders of the pretended Family of Loue: maintaining their doctrine, & carpingly answeringe to certaine pointes of a boke called the displaing of the Fam. /
by Rogers, John, fl. 1560-1580.Get full text