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Political satire, English -- History -- 17th century.
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    E-RESOURCE 1683

A dialogue between Anthony Earl of Shaftsbury, and Captain Thomas Walcott, upon their meeting in Pluto's kingdome. / [electronic resource]

   
London : printed by W.D. and are to be sold by W. Davis in Amen-Corner,        1 sheet ([1] p.) 1683
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    E-RESOURCE 1660

The gang or The nine worthies and champions, Lambert, &c. To the tune of Robin Hood. / [electronic resource] :

   
London : printed for Charls Gustavus,        1 sheet ([1] p.) 1660
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    E-RESOURCE 1688?

The history of the most famous and most renowned Janny Geddes / [electronic resource]

   
[Edinburgh? : s.n.,        1 sheet ([1] p.) 1688?
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    E-RESOURCE 1682

The hunting of the fox A new song. To the tune of, Now the Tories that glories, &c. / [electronic resource] :

    Dean, J. (John), fl. 1679-1685.
London : printed for J.D.,        1 sheet ([1] p.) 1682
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    E-RESOURCE 1661

A hymne to the gentle--craft, or Hewsons lamentation To the tune of the blind beggar. / [electronic resource] :

   
London : printed for Charles Gustavus,        1 sheet ([1] p.) 1661
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    E-RESOURCE 1690

The king of hearts / [electronic resource]

    Maynwaring, Arthur, 1668-1712.
Sondon [i.e. London : s.n.],        1 sheet ([1] p.) 1690
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    E-RESOURCE 1685

A lookinglass for the Whigs: or, Down with Common-Wealths-Men / [electronic resource]

   
London : printed for W. Kent in Cornhil. Price one penny,        1 sheet ([1] p.) 1685
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    E-RESOURCE 1660

A new ballade, to an old tune Tom of Bedlam. / [electronic resource] :

   
[London : s.n.,        1 sheet ([1] p.) 1660
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    E-RESOURCE 1648

The parliament arraigned, convicted; wants nothing but execution Wherein you may evidently discerne all the blessed fruit of their seven yeers session tending the dishonor of God, the ruine of the Church of Christ in this kingdome; the unkinging of H

    Mercurius Melancholicus, fl. 1648.
[London?] : Printed for the publick view of all His Majesties faithfull subjects, and are to be sold at the old sign of You May Goe Look,        20 p. 1648
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    E-RESOURCE 1661

The rump: or The mirrour of the late times A new comedy, written by J. Tatham, gent. Acted many times with great applause, at the private house in Dorset court. / [electronic resource] :

    Tatham, John, fl. 1632-1664.
London : printed by W. Godbid, and are to be sold by Robert Crofts at the Crown in Chancery Lane,    The second impression, corrected, with many additions.    [6], 68 p. 1661
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