Catalogue of Tracts of the Civil War and Commonwealth Period Relating to Wales and the Borders

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National Library of Wales, 1911 - 85 pages

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Page 53 - Herba Parietis; or, THE WALL-FLOWER AS IT GREW OUT OF THE STONE-CHAMBER BELONGING TO THE METROPOLITAN PRISON OF LONDON, CALLED NEWGATE, being a History which is partly true, partly Romantick, Morally Divine, whereby a Marriage between Reality and Fancy is Solemnized by Divinity, written by THOMAS BAYLY, DD, whilst he was a Prisoner there.
Page 45 - An Ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in. Parliament, for the...
Page 3 - To the honourable the house of commons now assembled in parliament. " The humble petition of many thousands of poor " people in and about the city of London, " Humbly sheweth, that your petitioners have " lain a long time under great pressures, and griev...
Page 17 - Certamen Religiosum : Or, A Conference Between His late Majestie Charles King of England, and Henry late Marquess and Earl of Worcester ; concerning Religion ; at His Majesties being at Raglan Castle, 1646.
Page 31 - LONDON, Printed for Humphrey Moseley, and are to be sold at his Shop at the Princes Armes in St. Pauls Church-yard. 1648.
Page 1 - Argument proving the Jurisdiction used by the President and Counsell in the Marches of Wales over the Counties of Gloucester, "Worcester, Hereford, and Salop, to be illegall and injurious, and a meere incroachment beyond their appointed limits, and the Proofe is like a three-fold cord not easily broken.
Page 65 - London, Printed for Humphrey Moseley, and are to be sold at his shop, at the Signe of the Princes Armes in St.
Page 47 - The Works of the Eminent and learned Judge Jenkins upon Divers Statutes concerning the King's Prerogative and the Liberty of the Subject. Now Printed from the Original Authentick Copy. Written and published by himself, when Prisoner in Newgate. London, Printed by Samuel Eeycroft, for Samuel Heyrick, at Grayse Inn gate in Holborne.
Page 35 - With the cruelty of Mistris London, her Midwife; and great Affection of Mrs. Synod, her Nurse, Mrs.
Page 27 - The latter seized the occasion of complaining against the rigours (complaints apparently exaggerated) which were exerted against them, and on the 16th June, 1647, was published " A True Relation of the cruell and unparallel'd Oppression which hath been illegally imposed upon the Gentlemen Prisoners in the Tower of London.

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