Collections and Notes, 1867-1876: Second Series OfBibliographical Collections and Notes on Early English Literature, 1474-1700 (Google eBook)

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B. Quaritch, 1882 - English literature - 717 pages
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Page 118 - ... a true account and declaration of the horrid conspiracy against the late king, his present majesty, and the present government ; a performance which he thought convenient, after the revolution, to extenuate and excuse.
Page 420 - In an Answer of the Elders of the severall Churches in New-England To two and thirty Questions, sent over to them by divers Ministers in England, to declare their judgments therein.
Page 159 - The Siege of Rhodes Made a Representation by the Art of Prospective in Scenes, And the Story sung in Recitative Musick.
Page 70 - THE LIFE AND DEATH OF MR. BADMAN. Presented to the world in a familiar dialogue between MR. WISEMAN and MR. ATTENTIVE. By JOHN BUNYAN, Author of "The Pilgrim's Progress.
Page 169 - Terra Australis incognita, or A new Southerne Discoverie, containing a fifth part of the World, lately found out by Ferdinand de Quir [Pedro Fernandez de Quiros] a Spanish captaine; never before published.
Page 410 - An Impartial Collection of the Great Affairs of State, from the beginning of the Scotch Rebellion in the year 1639, to the Murther of King Charles I.
Page 533 - Rights of the Kingdom : or, Customs of our Ancestors, touching the duty, power, election, or succession, of our kings and parliaments, our true liberty, due allegiance, three estates, their legislative power, original, judicial, and executive, with the militia; freely discussed through the British, Saxon, Norman, laws and histories.
Page 158 - Houres : a Tragi-Comedy. As it is acted at His Royal Highness the Duke of York's Theatre.
Page 183 - ANNUS MIRABILIS: THE YEAR OF WONDERS, 1666. AN HISTORICAL POEM; CONTAINING THE PROGRESS AND VARIOUS SUCCESSES OF OUR NAVAL WAR WITH HOLLAND UNDER THE CONDUCT OF HIS HIGHNESS PRINCE RUPERT AND HIS GRACE THE DUKE OF ALBEMARLE, AND DESCRIBING THE FIRE OF LONDON. ' Multum interest res poscat, an homines latius imperare velint.
Page 181 - Biathanatos. A Declaration of that Paradoxe, or Thesis, that Selfe-homicide is not so Naturally Sinne, that it may never be otherwise...

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