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1 Hamilton, James Hamilton, 1606-1649.   11
2 Hamilton, James Hamilton, 1606-1649. -- Early works to 1800.   10
3 Hamilton, James Hamilton, 1606-1649. -- Early works to 1800.   2
4 Hamilton, James Hamilton, 1606-1649. -- Poetry. : Digitus Dei, or, God's justice upon treachery and treason : exemplifyed in the life and death of the late James Duke of Hamilton : being an exact relation of his traiterous practises since the year, 1630 : together with a true and full discovery of the mysterie of his last engagement for the destruction of the King, and His Royall posterity : whereto is added an epitaph.  1649 1
5 Hamilton, James Hamilton, 1606-1649. -- Poetry -- Early works to 1800. : A mournfull elegy upon the three renowned vvorthies : Duke Hamilton, the Earle of Holland, and the ever to be honoured Lord Capel, who were tyranically murthered by a usurped illegall power of the wicked court of injustice, and pretended Parliament, upon Friday, the 9. of March, 1649. In the Palace-yard before Westminster-Hall-Gate.  1649 1
6 Hamilton, James Hamilton, 1606-1649. -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Digitus Dei, or, God's justice upon treachery and treason : exemplifyed in the life and death of the late James Duke of Hamilton : being an exact relation of his traiterous practises since the year, 1630 : together with a true and full discovery of the mysterie of his last engagement for the destruction of the King, and His Royall posterity : whereto is added an epitaph.  1649 1
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