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Index villaris, or, An exact register, alphabetically digested, of all the cities, market-towns, parishes, villages, the hundred, lath, rape, ward, wapentake, or other division of each county, the bishopricks, deaneries, churches, chappels, hospitals, with the rectories and vicarages in England and Wales and their respective valuations in the King's books, the private seats of the King, nobility and gentry, the number of Parliament-men sent by cities or burroughs, the inns of court, colleges, inns of chancery, or other societies, the latitude of each particular place, and difference of longitude, East or West from London explained by words at length and symbols or characters in a plain and most intelligible method : hereto is added a perfect catalogue of the nobility of England and Wales to the present time, May 20, 1690, with their respective seats and the counties wherein they are scituate [sic]
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A Catalogue of the names of all such who were summon'd to any Parliament (or reputed Parliament) from the year 1640. Viz. [brace] I. November 1640. The parliament call'd the Long-Parliament. II. The Parliament held at Oxford. III. 1653. Cromwel's convention, call'd Barbone's Parliament. IV. 1654. The convention turned out of doors without doing any thing. V. 1656. The convention that establish'd Cromwell. VI. 1659. The convention called Richard's Parliament: with the names of the lords of the other house. VII. The Healing-Parliament, summon'd just before His Majesties happy restauration. VIII. 1661. The lords spiritual and temporal, and commons of this present parliament summon'd by His Sacred Majesty King Charles the Second.
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A True list of the lords spiritual and temporal, together with the knights, citizens, and burgesses of the Parliament, which met at Westminster the 24th of August, 1698, and was prorogued to the 27th of September, and from thence to the 27th of October instance, as they are returned in to the office of the Clerk of the Crown in Chancery
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A True abstract of a list, in which is set down the severall entertainments allowed by His Majesty to the officers and other souldiers of his army. With the copy of an oath given to all the chiefe commanders, officers, and souldiers at their entertainment into the Kings service. Also some few speciall orders ordained in His Maiesties army.
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A True abstract of a list in which is set down the severall entertainments allowed by His Majesty to the officers and other souldiers of his army with the copy of an oath given to all the chiefe commanders, officers, and souldiers at their entertainment into the kings service : also some few speciall orders ordained in His Maiesties army.
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