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The cloudie clergie, or, A mourning lecture for our morning lecturers intended for a weekly antidote against the daily infection of those London preachers, who de die in diem do corrupt the judgments of their seduced auditors, against the governours and government of the common-wealth of England, grounded upon received aphorismes, digested into chapters, fit to be considered by those froward [sic] chaplins that have been the Quondam Beautefews against the late King of England, and are the present beadsmen for the now King of Scotland : the like whereof they may expect from week to week, while they abuse the Parliament and army from day to day /
by Price, John, Citizen of London.Get full text
A proclamation by the estates of Scotland assembled in Parliament, proclaimed by the Lyon Harrald and his brethren harralds at the Market-Crosse of Edenburgh for restraining the subjects of their declared king from departing that kingdom by sea or land; and directed to all governours of garrisons, officers, judges, magistrates, and to all others whom it shall concern in that kingdom. Also, the last intelligence from Portugal concerning the proceedings of the resident of the common-wealth of England with the king of Portugal, and the truest newes from Scotland touching their king. with some choise passages from Ireland, Jersey and other parts.
Imprint 1650Get full text
The priviledges of the people, or, Principles of common right and freedome, briefely laid open and asserted in two chapters I. Containing the distinct interests of king, Parliament and people; consisting in prerogative, priviledge and liberty (as they have formerly obtained in this nation.) II. Discovering the peoples right in choice, change, or regulation of governments or governours: together with the originall of kingly power, and other formes of government. Propounded to the consideration, and published for the benefit of the people of England. By Jo. Warr.
by Warr, John.Get full text
A true copy of a second letter, sent from the Lord of Inchiquine to the honorable Collonell Michaell Iones commander in chiefe of the Parliaments forces in Leinster, and governor of the citty of Dublin, vvith Colonell Iones his answer, to the Lord of Inchiquines saied letter.
by Inchiquin, Murrough O'Brien, Earl of, 1614-1674.Get full text
A modest plea, for an equal common-wealth, against monarchy. In which the genuine nature, and true interest of a free-state, is briefly stated; its consistency with a national clergie, hereditary nobility, and mercenary lawyers, is examined; together with the expediency of an agrarian and rotation of offices asserted. Also, an apology for younger brothers, the restitution of gavil-kinde, and relief of the poor. With a lift at tythes, and reformation of the laws and universities. All accommodated to publique honour and justice, without injury to any mans propriety; and humbly tendered to the Parliament. /
by Sprigg, William, fl. 1657.Get full text