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· 1456. LUTHER, MARTIN. Martin Luthers declaration to his countrimen.

First published in Dutch by himself, and translated by Sleidan
and truly from him into English: by a constant friend to the peace and
truth of the Gospel. (Jan. 23, 1643] 8 p.

Caption title. 1457. MALIGNANCY UNMASKED. With a plea for the publique fayth briefly

and promiscuously disputed, by J. S., gent. London, Jan. 26, 1642, i.e.

1643. 12 p. 1458. MANCHESTER, EDWARD MONTAGU, 2nd earl. Two speeches delivered,

the one by the Earle of Manchester and the other by John Pym, esquire, in Guild-hall on Fryday the 13. of Ianuary. 1642. London, 1642, i.e. 1643. 23 p.

Another copy, Harleian misc. 5:218-23. 1459. MANCHESTERS joy for Derbies overthrow; or, An exact relation of a

famous victory obtained by the Manchester forces against the Lord Strange of Derby, at Warrington in Lancashire, where the said Earle was beaten into a steeple with the losse of many of his men, with a true declaration of what ensued thereupon. May 1643.

Chetham soc. 2:91-95. 1460. MARSHALL, STEPHEN. pruudia.

Θρηνωδία. The churches lamentation for the good man's losse: delivered in a sermon to the right honorable the two houses of Parliament and the reverend Assembly of divines, at the funerall of that excellent man, John Pym, esquire, late a member of the honorable House of commons. London, 1644. 28 p. front. (port.)

Sermon preached Dec. 15, 1643. 1461. MAXIMES unfolded viz. 1. The election and succession of the kings

of England are with the consent of the people. 2. The royall and politique power of our kingdome in all causes, and over all persons is properly in the Parliament. 3. The oath of supremacie bindes no mans conscience to the king against the Parliament, but the pope. 4. An answer to the answerer of the Observatour, concerning the effi

cient, matter, forme and end of government. [Mar. 24, 1643.) 48 p. 1462. A MIRACULOUS victory obtained by the right honourable Ferdinando,

lord Fairfax, against the army under the command of the Earl of Newcastle at Wakefield in Yorkshire ... sent in two letters to the Honorable W. Lenthall Esq. May 27, 1643. 14 p.

The second ed. has title, A fuller relation of that miraculous victory.

Another copy, Clarendon hist. soc. reprints 1:no. 6. 1463. A MODERATE REPLY to His Majesties answer to the cities last petition

presented at Oxford: which answer was read at Guildhall before the Commons of the said city, January 13, 1643. By a well-minded petioner for peace and truth. London, 1643. 17 p.

1464. (MORTON, THOMAS, bp. of Durham.] The necessity of Christian

subjection demonstrated ... That the power of the king is not of humane, but of divine right; and that God onely is the efficient cause

thereof ... Oxford, [Mar. 15) 1643. 22 p. 1465. THE NEW OATH or covenant to be taken by all persons within the two

kingdoms of England and Scotland. Agreed upon at Edinburgh by the General assembly, the convention of estates and the commissioners for the Parliament in the kingdom of England, the 18th day of August, 1643. And sent to the Parliament of England for the like

approbation. London, Sept. 4, 1643. 8 p. 1466. OBSERVATIONS upon Prince Rupert's white dogge, called Boye: care

fully taken by T. B. for that purpose imployed by some of quality in the

citty of London. (London, Feb. 2] 1642, i.e. 1643. 10 p. 1467. OBSERVATIONS upon the Earle of New-Castles declaration. London,

(Feb. 28] 1643. 16 p. 1468. OGLE, Sergeant Major. A letter of dangerous consequence from

Sergeant Major Ogle, to Sir Nicholas Crisp at Oxford, as it was intercepted by Colonell Goodwin of the Parliaments forces. Together with the examination of the messenger, in the coller of whose doublet

the said letter was found. London, Feb. 27, 1642, i.e. 1643. 8 p. 1469. (PARKER Henry.) The Contra-replicant, his complaint to His Majestie. (Jan. 31, 1643] 31 p.

Caption title. 1470. [PARKER, HENRY.] The oath of pacification: or, A forme of re

ligious accommodation: humbly proposed both to King and Parliament. Thereby, to set an end to the present miseries and broyles of this discomposed, almost ship-wrackt state. London, (Oct. 14] 1643

30 p. 1471. [PARKER, Henry.] A political catechism; serving to instruct those

that have made the protestation concerning the power and priviledges of Parliament; taken out of His Majesties answer to the 19 propositions. May 20, 1643.

State tracts. Charles II. 447-53. 1472. PARLIAMENT. Acts for the utter abolishing of bishops out of the

churches of England and Scotland, with a motion to the house for the order for church-government by a better way. London, (Jan.

31] 1643. 6 p. 1473. PARLIAMENT. The article of cessation of the Lords and Commons in

Parliament, presented to His Majestie upon consideration of the former articles, with the alterations and additions offered by His Majesty and His Majesties gratious answer there unto, March 22. 1642. Printed by His Majesties command. Oxford, 1643. 10 p.

1474. PARLIAMENT. The declaration and ordinance of the Lords and Com

mons tovching the great seale of England and His Majesties declaration to all his loving subjects upon occasion thereof. Oxford, Nov.

21, 1643. 18 p. 1475. PARLIAMENT. A declaration of both hovses of Parliament shewing

the necessity of a present subscription of money and plate, for further

supply of the army. London, Jan. 23, 1642, i.e. 1643. 8 p. 1476. PARLIAMENT. A declaration of the Commons assembled in Parlia

ment upon two letters sent by Sir John Brooks ... to Sir William Killegrew at Oxford ... with the names of (those) indicted the last sessions at Grantham, of high treason, by Sir Peregrine Bartue and the said Sir John Brooks ... who, contrary to the known laws of this kingdom, seize all the estates of the persons indicted, require their tenants to pay in all their rents of the said Lords and others, unto themselves, being commissioners and sharers therein. London, May

10, 1643. 8 p. 1477. PARLIAMENT. A declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled

in Parliament. Concerning the late treaty of peace in Cheshire. Wherein they renownce the said agreement, as being very preiudiciall and dangerous to the whole kingdom, that any one county should stand as newter, and withdraw themselves from the assistance of the rest. London, Jan. 9, 1642, i.e. 1643.

Chetham soc. n.s. 65:4-7. 1478. PARLIAMENT. A declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled

in Parliament, concerning the pressing necessities of this kingdome, caused by the traiterous and bloody councels and attempts of those pernicious and desperate councellors, still about the King. London,

Jan. 10, 1642, i.e. 1643. 6 p. 1479. PARLIAMENT. A declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled

in Parliament, for the association of all well-affected persons in Lincoln-shire, ... that they mutually aid, succour, and assist one another ... from all rapine and plunderings by the Earle of New Castle.

London, Jan. 10, 1642 [i.e. 1643.) 1480. PARLIAMENT. A declaration and ordinance of the Lords and Com

mons assembled in Parliament for the better securing and setling of the peace of the county of Kent, and for enabling them to associate with the city of London, or any other counties adjacent. London, June 1,

1643. II P. 1481. PARLIAMENT. [Order not to pay rents to papists.] Mar. 31, 1643.

s. sh. 1482. PARLIAMENT. An order of the Commons assembled in Parliament;

concerning the returning, in writing, to the House of commons, the

names of such ministers, and other persons of parishes within the bills of mortallity, as shall not take the solemn league and covenant before Wednesday next. Together with an order of the Lords and Commons, for the letting, setting, and renting forth of the houses of such persons as absent themselves from payment of their assessments, subsidies, and other payments by ordinances of Parliament. London,

Dec. 2, 1643. 7 p. 1483. PARLIAMENT. An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled

in Parliament, concerning the Arch-bishop of Canterbury, who by reason of many great and weighty businesses, cannot as yet be brought

to his tryall. London, (May 19] 1643. 3 P. 1484. PARLIAMENT. An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled

in Parliament, exhorting all His Majesties good subjects in the kingdome of England, and dominion of Wales, to the duty of repentance.

London, Feb. 16, 1642, i.e. 1643. 6 p. 1485. PARLIAMENT. An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled

in Parliament for the calling of an assembly of learned, and godly divines to be consulted with by the Parliament, for the setling of the government and liturgy, of the Church of England. London, June

13, 1643. 6 p. 1486. PARLIAMENT. An ordinance by the Lords and Commons assembled

in Parliament, for the preservation and keeping together for publique use, such books, evidences, records and writings, sequestred or taken by distresse or otherwise, as are fit to be preserved. London, Nov.

18, 1643. 6 p. 1487. PARLIAMENT. An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled

in Parliament: for the relieving of all persons over rated by the ordinance for weekly assessments ... also, an order ... prohibiting the printing or publishing of any lying pamphlet scandalous to His Majestie, or to the proceedings of both or either houses of Parliament. London, March 10, 1642, i.e. 1643. 8 p.

. 1488. PARLIAMENT. An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled

in Parliament for the speedy raising and levying of moneyes, by way of excise or new-impost. London, July 27, 1643. 36 p.

Schedule of import duties, p. 15-36. 1489. PARLIAMENT. An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled

in Parliament. That all the temporall livings, dignities, and ecclesiasticall promotions belonging unto William, lord arch bishoppe of Canterbury be forthwith sequestered by and unto the Parliament, and that he shall be suspended untill he be either convicted or acquitted of high treason, which he stands now accused. London, June 13, 1643.


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1490. PARLIAMENT. An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled

in Parliament; with an oath or covenant to be taken by all persons
within the city of London ... and parts adjacent

... and parts adjacent ... and ... to
punish all such as shall weare any colours or marks of division

[and] for the shutting up of shops. London, Aug. 18, 1643. 6 p. 1491. PARLIAMENT. A sacred vow and covenant taken by the Lords and

Commons assembled in Parliament: Upon the discovery of the late
horrid and treacherous designe, for the destruction of this Parlia-

ment, and the kingdom. London, (June 6] 1643. 6 p.
1492. PARLIAMENT. Six severall orders of the Lords and Commons, as-

sembled in Parliament. (London) July 18, 1643. 6 p.
1493. PARLIAMENT. A solemne league and covenant, for reformation, and

defence of religion, the honour and happinesse of the king, and the
peace and safety of the three kingdoms of England, Scotland, and

Ireland. London, Sept. 22, 1643. 7 P.
1494. PARLIAMENT. Two speeches spoken by the Earl of Manchester, and

Jo: Pym esq; as a reply to His Majesties answer to the city of Lon-
don petition, sent from His Majesty by Captain Hearn, and read at a
common-hall, on Friday the 13th of January, 1642. Also, a true nar-

ration of the passages of that day ... London, 1643. 2, 23 p.
1495. PARLIAMENT. The vow and covenant appointed by the Lords and

Commons assembled in Parliament to be taken by every man, in the
cities of London, Westminster, the suburbs, and liberties thereof; and
throughout the whole kingdom. Together with instructions, how, and
in what manner the said vow and covenant shall be taken. London,

June 29, 1643. 6 p.
1496. PARLIAMENT OF SCOTLAND. The proceedings of the commissioners

appointed by the Kings Majestie and Parliament of Scotland, for con-
serving the articles of the treaty and peace betwixt the kingdomes of
Scotland and England. With two letters sent to His Majestie, by the
lords of his Privie councel, wherein the Councell doth recommend to
His Majestie, the desire of the saids (!) commissioners: and the peti-
tion of the commissioners of the General assembly. n. p. (Mar. 31)
1643. 30 P.

Letters dated 1642, 1643.
1497. A PARTICULAR RELATION of the action before Cyrencester (or Cy-

cester) in Gloucestershire. Taken in on Candlemas day, 1642, by part
of His Majestie's army under the conduct of His Highnesse Prince
Rypert. n. p. Feb. 2, 1642, i.e. 1643.

Washbourn, Bibliotheca Gloucestrensis. 159-74.
1498. A PERFECT RELATION of the taking of the towne of Preston in Lan-

cashire by the Parliaments forces under the command of Colonell Sir

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