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CONTENTS. First journall booke. Novembre 3, 1640 to Decembre 24, 1640. Second journall booke. Decembre 29, 1640 to Novembre 30, 1641. Third journall booke, Decembre

1, 2641 to March 19, 1641 (ie., 1642). 138. NOTE BOOK, of Sir John Northcote, sometime M.P. for Ashburton, and

afterwards for the county of Devon, containing memoranda of proceedings in the House of commons during the first session of the Long parliament, 1640. From the ms. original Transcribed and edited, with a memoir, by A. H. A. Hamilton. London, 1877. lxviii,

136 p. 139. SPEECHES AND PASSAGES of this great and happy Parliament: from the

third of November, 1640, to this instant June, 1641. Collected into one volume, and according to the most perfect originalls, exactly pub

lished. London, 1641. V. p. 140. VERNEY PAPERS. Notes of proceedings in the Long Parliament, temp.

Charles I. Printed from original pencil memoranda taken in the
House by Sir Ralph Verney ... and now in the possession of Sir
Harry Verney Ed. by John Bruce ... London, 1845. 13,

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191 p.

Camden soc. v. 31. 141. AN ACCOUNT of the severall sessions of the Parliament held at West

minster. May, 1661, Anno 13 Car. 2. With an account of the meetings and dissolutions of the 3 last Parliaments. 14 p.

Contemporary ms. 142. Notes on the sessions of the Parliament held at Oxford, Oct. 9-20,

1665.

Contemporary ms. 143. DEBATES of the House of commons, from the year 1667 to the year

1694. Collected by the Honble Anchitell Grey ... London, 1769. IO V.

Binder's title: Grey's debates. 144. A COPY of two journal-books of the House of commons. The first

for the sessions of Parliament begun at Westminster the twenty first of October, 1678, and continued until the thirtieth of December next following, being then prorogued. The second, of the last Parliament begun at Westminster the sixth of March, 1678/9, containing the transactions from the first day of their sitting, to the day of their prorogation and dissolution. London, 1680. 215, 316 (i.e., 340) p.

[ Each part has special t.-P., and was also issued separately. ist has title: A coppy of the journal-book of the House of commons 21. day of October, 1678 ... until the 30. day of December 2d, A true copy of the journal-book of the last Parliament, begun

the sixth day of March 1678/9 ... 145. AN EXACT collection of the debates of the House of commons, held at

Westminster October 21, 1680. Prorogued the tenth, and dissolved the eighteenth of January following. With the debates of the House of commons at Oxford, assembled March 21, 1680 [0. s.) Also a just and modest vindication of the proceedings of the said parliaments by Sir William Jones). London, 1689. 464 p.

"A just vindication" has also special t.-p.

NEWSPAPERS

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1450. STOCKUM, W. P. van. The first newspapers of England printed in

Holland, 1620-21. A faithful reproduction made from the originals, acquired in 1913, by the British Museum, London, and published on the occasion of the International exhibition of graphic art, Leipzig, 1914, by W. P. van Stockum, Jr. ... The Hague, 1914. 2 p. 1. [2]

p. 18 facsims. 146. BUTTER, NATHANIEL. [Beginning Sept. 25, 1622, Butter and various

others associated with him issued many news-letters or currantos. Of these Minnesota has the following.)

March 7, 1623. Numb. 22. The sentence and execvtion done vpon the bodies of certaine persons following, with the confiscation of their goods, being conuicted for the horrible conspiracie against the Prince of Orange, and the whole State of the Netherlands. Together with certaine advices of newes from the Hage, wherein is more particularly described the abominable, wicked, and barbarous conspiracie, (as was neuer heard of the like) of the Arminians, against the illustrious Prince of Orange, and the state and welfare of the Vnited Prouinces. As also the apprehension, taking, and proscription of diuers of the conspirators. London, Printed for N. Butter and W. Sheffard. 1623. 24 p.

Num. 2. The continvation of the actions, passages, and occurrences, both politike and polemicall, in the upper Germanie. Historically brovght downe, from the period of the last relation, till Aprill. Together with a various and intermixed historie, of what hath been done in Turky, Italy, France, the Netherlands, and elsewhere. Faithfully collected out of good and creditable originals and digested methodically, by the times, places, and actions. London, printed by E. P. for Nathanael Butter and Nicholas Bourne. 1637. 6, 108 p.

Nu. 3. Diatelesma. The moderne history of the world, expressing the principall passages of the Christian countries in these last six moneths, whether politicall, or polemicall brought downe from Aprill last to this present London, printed by T. Harper for Nathanael Butter, and Nicholas Bourne. 1637. 12, 132 p. (last leaves lacking.)

Diatelesma. The second part of the moderne history of the world, containing this last summers actions, in Languedock, Italy, Piemont, Montferrat, Lorrain, the Dukedome of Burgundy, the Franch County, and generally in France, Holland, the West-Indies, and marine occurrences; with some passages of Rome, and Turkey, brought downe to Novemb. 1637 ... London, printed by T. Harper, and are to be sold by Nathaniel Butter, and Nicholas Bourne. 1638. 6, 96 p.

Numb. 1. An abstract of some speciall forreigne occurrences, brought down to the weekly newes, of the 20 of December. Or, The severall passages and novels which have happened in Germany, France, Spaine, Italy, and other places some few moneths since.

London, printed for Nathanial Butter and Nicholas Bourne, by permission, 1638. 96 p. 147. BUTTER, NATHANIEL. Ordinary weekly curranto.

(Under this general title were printed regularly in 1638 and 1639 a series of letters from Nüremberg, Frankfort, and Holland of which Minnesota has numbers 6-11, 21-23, 29-31, 35-40, 47, 48, 50, 64-74, dated January i to May 27, 1639. All of the numbers have the general title except No. 9. The articles and other circumstances and particulars of the taking of Brisack by the Duke of Weymar. No. 64. Extracts of private letters from Germany, France, etc., containing matters of great moment. No. 71. A true and particular relation of

the battell fought near Kemnitz the 4, 14 of April.] 1472. A BRIEF RELATION of some affairs and transactions, civil and military,

both forraign and domestique. London, 1650. Number 35. April 16-23, 1650.

Published by Walter Frost from Oct. 2, 1649 to Oct. 22, 1650. 148. THE COMMONWEALTH MERCURY. From Sept. 2 to ... Sept.

9, and Novemb. 18, to ... Novemb. 25, 1658. London, 1658. 2 nos. .

Reprint.

Contains an account of the death and funeral obsequies of Oliver Cromwell and of the proclamation of his son Richard as Lord Protector. 149. THE CURRENT INTELLIGENCE. Published by authority. Nos. 1-24.

June 4-Aug. 23, 1666. London, Printed by John Macock, 1666. 24 nos. in i v. semiweekly.

By Henry Muddiman. 150. THE CURRANT INTELLIGENCE. Nos. 38-70, Aug. 30-Dec. 24, 1681.

London, Printed for John Smith, 1680-1681. 33 nos. semiweekly.

Continues Smith's Currant intelligence; or, An impartial account of transactions both foraign and domestick. 151. A DIARY ; or, An exact journall faithfully communicating the most re

markable proceedings of both houses of Parliament as also delivering the true intelligence from all the armies within His Majesties dominions. No. 66. August 14-21, 1645.

Published from May 1644 until March 1646. 152. THE DIURNALL occvrrances in Parliament. Jan. 3-10, 1642. London,

Printed for F. Coules and T. B., 1642. 2 nos. 153. THE DOMESTICK INTELLIGENCE; or, News both from city and country

impartially related. Nos. 5, 21. June 9, Aug. 4, 1681. London, Printed for Thos. Benskins, 1681. 2 nos. Semiweekly.

Not to be confused with the journal of the same name published by Benjamin Harris, 1680-81. 153a. DOMESTICK INTELLIGENCE; or, News both from city and country.

(July 9, 1679 to April 15, 1680. Ed. by Benjamin Harris.] London.
114 nos.

Photographic facsimile.
With no. 56, the title changes to the protestant (domestick) intelligence, etc.

Minnesota has also original editions of nos. 9, 10, 12-14, 20, 21, 39, 44, 57, 59, 61, 63-65, 69-71, 74, 78, 79, 81, 84, 87, 90-95, 97-114. 154. THE IMPARTIAL PROTESTANT MERCURY. Nos. 1-96 except 2, 34, 61.

April 27, 1681-Mar. 24, 1681/2 (i.e. 1682) (except dates of missing nos.) London, Printed for R. Janeway, 1681-82. 93 nos. semiweekly.

Nos. 1-12 "Printed for H. V. and T. C. Pub. by R. Janeway."

Nos. 1-4 have title: The true protestant mercury; or, Occurrences foreign and domestick. (Not to be confused with journal of same name pub. by L. Curtiss 1681-82.)

Nos. 5-11 also have sub-title: or, Occurences foreign and domestick. 155. THE INTELLIGENCER. A perfect diurnal of some passages in Parlia

ment, and the daily proceedings of the army under His Excellency the Lord Fairfax. Numb. 288. Jan. 29-Feb. 5, 1648. (i.e. 1649.) (London, 1649.]

Reprint. 156. THE KINGDOMES WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER: sent abroad to prevent mis

information. No. 113. Aug. 12-19. 1645.

Published from Dec. 27, 1643 to Oct. 9, 1649. by R. C. probably Richard Collins. 157. THE LONDON GAZETTE. Published by authority. London, 1665-1722.

13 v. & 38 unb. nos. semiweekly.

No. 1.23 have title: The Oxford gazette.
No. 1.21 pub, at Oxford.

No. 5292, 5380, imperfect and some others slightly defective.

"By Henry Muddiman to no. 25, inclusive, afterwards by Charles Perrot to about 1671."-Williams, J. B., Hist. of English journalism, p. 264.

The oldest Eng. newspaper now published.

No. 1-458, 460-1744, 1746-66, 1768-2415, 2417, 2419-22, 2424-3583, 3585-86, 3588, 3590, 3592-3802, 3804-3976, 3978-4028, 4030-4040, 4042-75, 4079-4190, 4193-94, 4196-4202, 42044280, 4282-83, 4285-87, 4289-4374, 4376-4404, 4406-19, 4421.50, 4452-64, 4466-73, 4475, 4478-4523, 4526-41, 4543-44, 4546-78, 4580-95, 4597-4606, 4609-15, 4617, 4620-21, 4630-31, 4633-44, 4650-51, 4654, 4661-62, 4672-75, 4679, 4686, 4688-4972, 4974-5030, 5031 (2d half), 5032-53, 5055-74, 5076-90, 5092-5116, 5118-5129, 5131-40, 5265, 5270, 5273, 5279, 5284, 5287, 5292, 5294-95, 5313, 5320, 5330, 5332, 5341, 5350, 5354, 5365, 5371, 5376, 5380, 5391, 5397, 5400-2, 5409, 5411, 5424, 5431-32, 5443, 5458, 5472, 5475, 5481, 5484, 5494, 6058.

Nov. 7, 1665-May 12, 1772 (except dates of missing nos.) 158. MERCVRIVS AVLICVS, communicating the intelligence and affaires of the

Court, to the rest of the kingdome. Mar. 5-May 20, July 16-Dec. 16,
1643; Jan. 14-27, Feb. 11-Oct. 12, 27-Nov. 23, 1644; Jan. 5-18, 26
Feb. 1, Feb. 9-15, Mar. 2-8, 16-22, Apr. 13-19, 1645. Oxford, 1643-
1645. 81 nos. in 7 v.

By Sir John Birkenhead.
Published from 8 Jan. 1643 to 7 Sept. 1645.
CONTENTS.—v. 1. Week 10-20, 29-30: Mar. 5-May 20, July 16-29, 1643.
V. 2. Week 31-40: July 30-Oct. 7, 1643.
V. 3. Week 41-50: Oct. 8-Dec. 16, 1643.

V. 4. Week 3-4, 7-10, 41, 44-47: Jan. 14-27, Feb. 11.Mar. 9, 1643 (i.e. 1644) Oct. 6-12, 27-Nov. 23, 1644; 7 unnumbered issues: Jan. 5-18, 26-Feb. 1, Feb. 9-15, Mar. 2-8, 16-22, 1644 (i.e. 1645) Apr. 13-19, 1645.

v. 5. Week 11-20: Mar. 10-23, 1643 (i.e. 1644) Mar. 24-May 18, 1644.
v. 6. Week 21-30: May 19-July 27, 1644.

v. 7. Week 31-40: July 28-Oct. 5, 1644. 159. MERCURIUS AULICUS: againe communicating intelligence from all parts,

touching all affaires, designes, humours, and conditions throughout the kingdome, especially from Westminster, and the headquarters. No. 2-3 Feb. 3-17, 1648. [London ? 1648.] 2 nos.

By Samuel Sheppard.

Pub. from 25 Jan. to 18 May, 1648. 160. MERCURIUS BRITANICUS. Communicating the affaires of Great Britaine

for the better information of the people. Nos. I-100, Aug. 23, 1643,Oct. 6, 1645; (also the rare counterfeit no. 27, Mar. 18, 1644,] London, 1643-45. 101 nos. in 1 v.

Nos. 1:51 by Thomas Audley; 52-100 by Marchamont Nedham.

Published from 23 Aug. 1643 to 18 May 1646. 161. MERCURIUS CIVICUS; or, An account of affairs both foreign and do

mestick. No. 10. April 17, 1680. London, Printed by R. E., 1680. 162. MERCURIUS POLITICUS, comprising the sum of foreine intelligence, with

the affairs now on foot in the three nations of England, Scotland, & Ireland. For information of the people. Nos. 284, 292, 560-561, 567, 570. Nov. 15-22, 1655; Jan. 10-17, 1655 (i.e. 1656); Mar. 24-April 7, May 12-19, June 2-9, 1659. London, 1655-59. 6 nos.

Pub. from 13 June 1650 to April 1660. No. 567 incomplete.

"By Marchamont Nedham or John Hall until the end of 1650, then by John Milton with Hall or Nedham as writer until January 1653. Then by Nedham under the supervision of John Thurloe (until May 1659). From 13 May 1659 to 16 Aug. 1659 by John Canne,

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