Great Britain -- History -- Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649. : An explanation of some passages in Dr. Binckes's sermon [electronic resource] : 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.
Great Britain -- History -- Charles II, 1660-1685 -- Prophecies. : The age of vvonders, or Miracles are not ceased. [electronic resource] : Being a true but strange relation of a child born at Burslem in Stafford-shire, who, before it was three quarters old, spake and prophesied strange and wonderful things touching the king ... affirmed in a letter by Mr. Colclough, Justice of the Peace, to Colonel Pury; and attended upon oath by Elizabeth Locket and her husband, the childs nurse.
Great Britain -- History -- Charles IX, 1560-1574 -- Early works to 1800. : By the Quene The Quenes Maiestie certaynely vnderstandyng [electronic resource] : that the Frenche kyng hath the sixt of this present moneth caused to be published in Fraunce by sounde of trompet in this sorte, that all maner his subiectes of what estate soeuer they be, shoulde arme and equippe all maner of vesselles at theyr pleasure, ...
Great Britain -- History -- CharlesII,1660-1685 -- Fiction. : The history of Mademoiselle de Beleau; or, the new Roxana, [electronic resource] : the fortunate mistress: afterwards Countess of Wintselsheim. Published by Mr Daniel De Foe. And from papers found, since his decease, it appears was greatly altered by himself; And From the said Papers, The Present Work is produced.
Great Britain -- History -- Civil War, 1642-1647. : Good and true newes from Ireland. [electronic resource] : Being a true relation of the taking and burning the castles of Downdanel, Montane, and Cargenas ... also, the yeelding up of Pollalong ... with the chasing of the rebels from Killady Bog ... together with a great fight neere Cork, betweene my Lord President and my Lord Muskrey. Moreover with an order of the House of Peeres concerning the stopping of all kind of ammunition.
Great Britain -- History -- Civil War, 1642-1648 -- Early works to 1800. : Charles R. For a finall answer to your proposition of the 13. of this instant concerning delinquents, &c. [electronic resource] : His Majesty will consent, that all persons who have had any hand in the plotting, designing, or assisting the rebellion in Ireland, shall expect no pardon ...
Great Britain -- History -- Civil War, 1642-1649 -- Biblical teaching -- Early works to 1800. : A parallel between the Israelites desiring of King Saul, and England's desiring of a Parliament. Or, A vindication of the eight chapter of the first book of Samuel, Ver. 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9. [electronic resource] : Wherefore all the elders of Israel gathered them together, and came to Samuel unto Ramah, and said unto him, behold thou art old, and thy sons walk not in thy ways, make us now a King to judge us like all other nations: but the thing displeased Samuel, when they said, give us a King to judge us, &c. Wherein the text, 2 Sam. 21.1. is laregely cleared, where it is said: then there was a famine in the dayes of David three years together, and David asked counsell of the Lord: and the Lord answered, it is for Saul and for his bloudy house, because he slew the Gibeonites. With the manner how God is said to make Saul King over Israel in wrath.