The British intelligencer, containing a catalogue of English, Scotish, Irish & Welsh historians; an account of authors quoted by Rapin, Tindal, Carte, Bisset, and Adolphus, in their histories of England [&c.].
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Account Affairs Anglia Annals Antiq Archbishop Baron Bibl Bishop Book Brit Britain Britannia British Burnet's Chap Chron Chronicle Church Collection concerning Conquest containing the space Crowned Death Died Dublin Dugdale's Duke Earl Eccl Ecclesiastical Edinb edition Edward III Edward IV eldest English Folio France Gale et Fell George gestis Henry VII Heptarchy Hist History of England History of Scotland House of Lords Irish Kennet's King Charles King Henry King James King of England King William King's Kingdom Laws Letter Libel Lond London Lord Lord of Ireland Malmsbury Memoirs Monk Norman Norman Conquest Norman Dynasty Paris Parliament Plantagenets Undivided Preface Prince printed published Queen Elizabeth Queen Mary Rapin Rebus Regis Regum Reign of Henry Reign of King Rerum Richard Robert Roman Rymer's Salic Law Saxon Scots Scriptores Sermon Somerset surnamed Thomas Tindal Tracts translated Treatise Vita vols Wales William the Conqueror Writings Ypodig
Page 76 - Argument, proving, that according to the Covenant of Eternal Life, revealed in the Scriptures, man may be translated from hence into that Eternal Life, without passing through death, although the human nature of Christ could not be thus translated, till he had
Page 81 - Art of Restoring; or, the piety and probity of General Monk in bringing about the last Restoration, evinced from his own Authentic Letters : With a just account of Sir Roger, who runs the parallel as far as he can: In a letter to a Minister of State at the Court of Vienna.
Page xxvi - (Sir Winston) Divi Britannici: Being a Remark upon the Lives of all the Kings of this Isle, from the Year of the World 2855, unto the Year of Grace 1660. Folio.
Page lxii - BAZIAIKH: or, the Picture of the late King James, drawn to the Life. In which is made manifest, that the whole course of his Life hath to this day been a continued Conspiracy against the Protestant Religion, Laws, and Liberties of the Three Kingdoms. In a Letter to Himself, and humbly dedicated to
Page lxxviii - Bibliotheca Politica : or, an Enquiry into the Ancient Constitution of the English Government, with respect to the just Extent of the Regal Power, and the Rights and Liberties of the Subject. Wherein all the chief Arguments both for and against the late Revolution, are impartially represented and considered. In fourteen Dialogues. Collected out of the best Authors, ancient and modern.
Page xxvii - JS) Life of James II. King of England, &c. Collected out of Memoirs writ of his own Hand, together with the King's Advice to his SOn, and His Majesty's Will. Published from the original Stuart Manuscripts in Carleton House, 2
Page xvii - History of the Reign of Henry II. and of Richard and John, his Sons; with the events of the period, from 1154 to 1216. In which the character of Thomas Becket is vindicated from the attacks of George
Page 50 - discovery of a gaping Gulf, wherein England is likely to be swallowed by another French marriage, if the Lord forbid not the bans, by letting her see the sin and punishment thereof.
Page xxxvii - unto the tyme now present. Gathered and collected according to the true copies and wrytinges certificatorie, as well of the parties themselves that suffered, as also out of the Bishops' Registers, which wer the doers thereof,
Page 77 - and the Dutch Barrier; the trade to and from France; the trade to Portugal, Spain, and the West Indies, and the fisheries of Newfoundland and Nova Scotia : With other matters and advantages accruing to Great Britain by the Treaties of Peace and Commerce lately concluded at