Strype's works, Volume 7

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The lord treasurer lord Burghley to
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A certificate under the hands of several of the lords of their allowance of one Edge an espial employed into the camp of the duke of Parma for intelli...
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Prayer used in the queens majestys house and chapel
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Inconveniences of parish clerkships P
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Cartwright to the lord treasurer dated
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A declaration of great troubles pretended
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Articles annexed to the commission for a far
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Colleges of Englishmen in Flanders Boord
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A petition of divers prisoners puritans in
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Number LI1I Anno 1591 Nov 16 A note of the Indian
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thence home the 21st of April 1591 P 110 Number LVI The cardinals to the city of Paris from Rome
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A petition to the lord treasurer from another
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James Yong a Jesuit taken 1592 His con
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The lord treasurer to sir John Puckring lord
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The queens extraordinary charges by means
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The queen in her progress now at Sudley
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Sir Roger Manwood lord chief baron to
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Anno i593 Number XCI Francis Johnson a Brownist in prison his let
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Francis Johnsons paper enclosed in the letter
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Cardinal Allen from Rome to Richard Hop
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Bell to the lord treasurer from the north
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Number XC1X Pierse archbishop of York and Henry earl
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The letter of the great Turk to the queen who
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The vicechancellor and heads of the university
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Strangers Flemings and French in the city
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A rhyme set up upon the wall of the Dutch
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Another address of Barrow for a conference
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A note of evidence of all the prisoners
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One Whitfields information concerning
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An examination of John Whitfield Nov
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Number CXX1X Advertisements of the ill estate and order
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Number CXXXV1I The humble submission of Margaret
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Cooper bishop of Winchester who died also
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In the behalf of both the abovemen
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A book came forth this year 1595 called
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The council in the north to the lords of
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A publication of the queens majestys com
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Number CXVU Observations upon Penrys tracts and writings
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Hugh Broughton a very learned man
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Number CC1V Another letter of Mr Coppley to the lords
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The archbishop of York to the lord treasurer
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To the lord treasurer Capt Prices account
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Vagabonds and rogues in Somersetshire
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The false certificate before mentioned P
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His letter of gratitude to the lord trea
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spies recusants missionaries and such like about London
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who had a mandamus for the deanery of that cathedral
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Dr Jegon the vicechancellor of Cam
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The captaingeneral of the king
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Dr Elies notes Some things set forth
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Number CCXLV The said duke of Brunswicks letter to
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The lord treasurer lord Burghley slan
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son that lords chaplain the night before he died P 468 Number CCL The character that Mr Lambard gave of this
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Lord Burghley to his son sir Robert Cecil
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Anno i6oo Number CCLXIII Anno 1600 This was the year of the earl
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After the rebellion under the earl of Essex
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Number CCLXIX The conclusion of the year 1602 concluded Anno lsos
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Number CCLXXVII The university of Cambridge to the vice
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A proclamation for all magistrates
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A proclamation commanding all Jesuits
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Jan 11 1603 ibid Number CCLXXXVI King James his answer in French to
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the address following E MSS eccles Belgic London P 543 Number CCXC Cecil lord Cranborn secretary of state
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to Bancroft bishop of London upon his remove to Canter
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Number CCXCVI A proclamation for Jesuits c to depart
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Number CCXCIX Abbot lord archbishop of Canterbury to king James informing him of secret treasonable practices of Sunega the Spanish ambassad...
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