Charles 1600-1649. -- Authorship. : Amyntor, or, A defence of Milton's life : containing I. A general apology for all writings of that kind, II. A catalogue of books attributed in the primitive times to Jesus Christ, his apostles and other eminent persons. With several important remarks and observations relating to the canon of scripture, III. A complete history of the book, entitul'd, Icon Basilike, proving Dr. Gauden, and not King Charles the First, to be the author of it. With an answer to all the facts alledg'd by Mr. Wagstaff to the contrary : and to the exceptions made against my Lord Anglesey's Memorandum, Dr. Walker's book, or Mrs. Gauden's Narrative, which last piece is now the first time publish'd at large.
Charles 1600-1649 -- Execution -- Sermons. : A sermon preached at East Dearham in Norf. Jan. 30, 1661 : being the day of the most horrid murther of that most pious and incomparable prince, King Charles the First of England &c. / by John Winter ...
Charles 1600-1649. -- Exhibitions. : The age of Charles I: painting in England, 1620-1649 : [catalogue of an exhibition held at the Tate Gallery, 15 November 1972 - 14 January 1973].
Great Britain -- History -- Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649. : An explanation of some passages in Dr. Binckes's sermon : preached before the Lower House of Convocation, January the 30th, 1701/2. With part of a sermon publish'd, anno 1649, at the Hague. Intituled, The martyrdom of King Charles: or, His Conformity with Christ in His Sufferings. In a Sermon on 1 Cor. 2. 8. Preached at Breda before His Majesty of Great Britain, and the Princess of Orange. June 3/13, 1649.
Charles 1600-1649. : A remonstrance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, or, The reply of both Houses to a book printed under His Majesties name : called, His Majesties answer to a printed book entituled, A remonstrance, or The declaration of the Lords and Commons now assembled in Parliament the 26 of May, 1642 : in answer to a declaration under His Majesties name concerning the businesse of Hull.
Charles 1600-1649. : Resolved by the Parliament that whatsoever person or persons have, or shall have in their custody any of the printed papers (entituled, His Majesties declaration to all his loving subjects of the kingdom of England and dominion of VVales) be injoyned forthwith to bring the same in to the Councel of State ...
Charles 1600-1649 -- Last years. : The bloody court, or, The fatall tribunall : being a brief history and true narrative of the strange designs, wicked plots, and bloody conspiracies carryed on by the most sordid'st, vile, and usurping tyrants in these late years of oppressions, tyranny, martyrdome and persecutions ...
Charles 1600-1649. : A declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament upon the statute of 5H.4. whereby the commission of array is supposed to be warranted : together vvith divers other statutes, vvhereby it appeares that the said commission is not warranted by any act of Parliament, that it is contrary to the laws and customes of the realme : destructive to the liberty and property of the subject : contrary to the petition of right, and the statute made this present Parliament : as also His Majesties letter to the sherif of Leicestershire to execute the said commissin according to His Majesties proclamation : July 1. 1642.
Charles 1600-1649. -- Marriage -- Early works to 1800. : A true relation of the treaty and ratification of the marriage concluded and agreed upon betweene our Soveraigne Lord Charles by the Grace of God, King of great Britaine, France and Ireland, and the Lady Henretta Maria daughter of France and sister to his most Christian Majestie the French King.
Charles 1600-1649 -- Memorial sermons. : A sermon preached in Christ-Church, Dublin, before the Right Honourable the House of Lords on Thursday the 30th of January, 1745, being the anniversary of the martyrdom of King Charles I. : By the Right Reverend Father in God, William, lord bishop of Raphoe. Published by the special command of His Excellency Philip Earl of Chesterfield, lord lieutenant general, and general governor of Ireland, and by order of the House of Lords.
Charles 1600-1649. : A declaration and resolvtion of the Lords and Commons in Parliament : concerning His Maiesties late proclamation for the suppressing of the present rebellion under the command of Robert Earle of Essex : and the gracious offer of His Maiesties free pardon to him, and all such of his adherents as shall within six dayes after the date thereof lay downe their armes.
Charles 1600-1649. -- Religious life -- Early works to 1800. : A forme of prayer used at Nevvport in the Isle of Wight : by His Majesties directions, upon the 15 of September, 1648. Being the day of fasting and humiliation for the obtaining a blessing upon the personall treatie betweene the King and His two houses of Parliament.
Charles 1600-1649. -- Early works to 1800. : Monarchy sacrific'd : or, A Melancholy Memorial To Stop the mouths of a Present Faction, Deduced from the Speeches of the Royal Martyr King Charles the First, and those other Worthy Patriots that Suffered for their Loyalty and Firm Adherence to the Church of England in the Grand Rebellion of Forty-One. Necessary to be Reviv'd and Read in the Present Conjuncture.
Charles 1600-1649 -- Travel. : By the King : a proclamation for the well ordering of His Maiesties courtand traine, as well in his present journey intended towards his kingdome of Scotland, and returne from thence, as in all other His Maiesties journeys and progresses hereafter.