Great Britain. Relief of His Majesty's Roman Catholic Subjects in Ireland, 1793. : The speech of the Right Honourable John, Lord Baron Fitzgibbon, (now Earl of Clare,) Lord High Chancellor of Ireland, delivered in the House of Peers, on the second reading of the Bill for the relief of His Majesty's Roman Catholic subjects, March 13th, 1793: with An accurate report of the speech of the Right Honourable John Foster, Speaker of the House of Commons, on the Above Subject, February 27th, 1793 [electronic resource].
Great Britain -- Religion -- 17th century -- Cartoons, satire, etc. : Rules to get children by with handsome faces: or, Precepts for the extemporary sectaries which preach, and pray, and get children without book to consider and look on, before they leape. [electronic resource] : That so, their children may not have such strange, prodigious, ill-bodeing faces as their fathers, who (unhappily) became so ill-phisnomied themselves, not only by being born before their conversion, by originall sin, and by being crost over the face in babtisme; but by the lineall ignorance of their parents too in these presepts, for begetting children of ingenuous features and symmetrious limbes. / Composed by George Spinola.
Great Britain -- Religion -- 17th century -- Cartoons, satire, etc. -- Early works to 1800. : Three speeches, being such speeches as the like were never spoken in the city. [electronic resource] : The first by Master Warden to the fellowes of his company, touching the affaires of the kingdome. The second by Mistris Warden, being her observations on her husbands reverent speech, to certain gentlewomen of Ratliffe and Wapping. The third by Mistris Wardens chamber-maid as she was dressing her mistris, the wifedome and learning whereof will amaze your judgements. / Published by Antibrownistus Puritanomastix.
Great Britain -- Religion -- 17th century -- Controversial literature. : The vision and discourse of Henry the seuenth [electronic resource] : Concerning the vnitie of Great Brittaine. Diuided into foure chapters. 1. Containing an introduction. 2. Inducements to vnitie. 3. The policy, deceit, and mischieuous spite of the vnderminers hereof. 4. The danger of diuision. Related by T.G.
Great Britain -- Religion -- 17th century -- Humor -- Early works to 1800. : The anarchie [electronic resource] : or the blessed reformation since 1640. Being a new caroll wherein the people expresse their thankes and pray for the reformers. To be said or sung of all the well affected of the kingdome of England and dominion of Wales, before they eate any plumbroth at Christmasse. To a rare new tune.