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CONTENTS. v. 1. Life and character.
Observations upon the United Provinces of the Netherlands. Miscellanea, parts 1-3. Memoirs. Appendix. v. 2. Letters. Introductory to the History of England.
105. TEMPLE, SIR WILLIAM. The works of Sir William Temple, bart. Complete in four volumes. To which is prefixed, The life and character of the author, considerably enlarged. New ed. London, 1814. 4 V.
106. TILLOTSON, JOHN, abp. of Canterbury. The works of Dr. John Tillotson, late archbishop of Canterbury. With the life of the author, by Thos. Birch ... also, a copious index, and the texts of Scripture carefully compared London, 1820. 10 V.
10бa. WHARTON, SIR GEORGE. The works of that late most excellent philosopher and astronomer, Sir George Wharton, bar., collected into one entire volume by John Gadbury. London, 1683. [30,] 670 p. front. (port.)
107. WITHER, GEORGE. Miscellaneous works of George Wither... [Manchester] 1872-78. 6 v. pl., port.
Publications of the Spenser soc. Issue no. 12-13, 16, 18, 22, 24.
With reproductions of original t.-p.
108. WITHER, GEORGE. Paralellogrammaton. By George Wither. [Manchester] 1882. 138 p.
Publications of the Spenser soc. Issue no. 33.
With reproduction of original t.-p.: Paralellogrammaton. An Epistle to the three Nations of England, Scotland, and Ireland; whereby their Sins being Parallel'd with those of Judah and Israel, they are forewarned... some Considerable Notions are therein expressed touching Ceremonies, and things indifferent: The Lord's Supper: The Civil Government: The taking of Oaths: The Mark of the Beast: The Liberty of Conscience: The great Sabbath; and the Two Witnesses, with other Particulars of Concernment interwoven. Written by Geo. Wither Imprinted MDCLXII years after the birth of Christ, to prepare for the year MDCLXVI after his Passion.
PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES 109. JOURNALS OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS v. 1-63. Nov. 8, 1547 to
Jan. 16, 1809. General indexes. 6 v. 110. JOURNALS OF THE HOUSE OF LORDS v. 1-79. Jan. 21, 1509 to July
23, 1847. General indexes. 5 v. III. THE HISTORY and proceedings of the House of lords, from the res
toration in 1660, to the present time. Containing the most remarkable
V. I covers 1660-97. 112. THE HISTORY and proceedings of the House of commons from the
restoration to the present time. Containing the most remarkable motions, speeches, resolves, reports and conferences .. London, 1741-42 (v. 6-8, 1741) 12 v.
Compiled by Richard Chandler. Cf. D. N. B.
Title varies: v. 6-8 ... With the speeches and debates in that house from the death of Queen Anne.
from the death of Queen Anne to the present time. CONTENTS.-V. 1. 1660-80. V. 2. 1680-95. V. 3. 1695-1706. V. 4. 1706-13. V. 5. 1713-14. v. 6. 1714-27. v. 8. 1733-34.
v. 10. 1737-39. V. 12. 1740-41. 113. THE PARLIAMENTARY history of England, from the earliest period
1066 to the year 1803. From which last-mentioned epoch it is continued downwards in the work entitled "Hansard's Parliamentary debates.” London, 1806-20. 36 v.
Title varies: V. 1-12. Cobbett's Parliamentary history ... V. 13-36. The parliamentary history 114. THE PARLIAMENTARY, or constitutional history of England; from
the earliest times to the dissolution of the Convention Parliament that restored King Charles II ... Ed. 2. London, 1851-62. 23 v. General index ... London, 1761. 712 p.
Title varies. 115. SOME PROCEEDINGS in the session of Parliament holden in February
1609, [i.e. 1610] Ao Rs Jacobi 7°. (London? 1610.] 10 p.
Contemporary ms. 116. PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES in 1610. Edited from the notes of a
member of the House of commons, by Samuel Rawson Gardiner. London, 1862. 20, 183 p.
Camden soc. v. 81. 117. NOTES ON PROCEEDINGS in the House of commons, Feb. 7, 1620 i.e.
V. 7. 1727-33.
v. 9. 1735-37.
v. 11. 1739-40.
1621. 4 P.
118. Notes of the debates in the House of lords, officially taken by Henry
Elsing, clerk of the Parliaments, A.D. 1621. Ed. from the original ms. in the possession of Lieutenant-colonel Carew, by Samuel Rawson Gardiner ... London, 1870. 9, 158 p.
p Camden soc. v. 103. 119. THE PROCEEDINGS and debates of the House of commons in 1620 and
1621, collected by a member of that House and now published from his original manuscript in the library of Queen's college, Oxford, [by Thomas Tyrwhitt.] Oxford, 1766. 2 v.
. These reports were made by Sir Edward Nicholas.
Binder's title: Oxford debates. 120. Notes of the debates in the House of lords, officially taken by Henry
Elsing, clerk of the Parliaments, A.D. 1624 and 1626. Ed., from the original ms. in the possession of E. G. Carew by Samuel Rawson Gardiner. London, 1879. 236 p.
Camden soc. 2 ser. v. 24. 121. DEBATES in the House of commons in 1625. Ed., from a ms. in the
library of Sir Rainald Knightly by Samuel Rawson Gardiner. London, 1873. 24, 190 p.
Camden soc. 2 ser. 121a. DIARY of minutes of debates in the House of commons, 1626, by Sir
Bulstrode Whitelock. 2 V.
A photographic reproduction of the original mss. in Cambridge university library. D.D. 12, 20-22. 122. EPHEMERIS PARLIAMENTARIA; or, A faithfull register of the transactions in Parliament, in the third and fourth years of the reign of
King Charles ... London, 1654. 10, 269 (i.e. 285),  p.
Another issue without note on roth prelim. leaf, correcting printer's error, published during the same year. 123. THE SOVEREIGNS PREROGATIVE, and the subjects priviledge; discussed
betwixt courtiers and patriots in Parliament, the third and fourth yeares of the reign of King Charles : together with the grand mysteries of state then in agitation. London, 1657. 269 p.
Preface signed: T. F., i.e., Thomas Fuller.
“A reissue of Ephemeris parliamentaria, with a new title." British museum catalogue. 123a. NoTES OF PROCEEDINGS in the House of commons March 14 to 16,
1621, by Edward Nicholas. 9 1.
Dom. 1619-23, p. 235. 124. THE PROCEEDINGS and debates of the House of commons, in the
sessions of Parliament, begun the twentieth of January, 1628. (o.s.) and ended by dissolution the tenth of March following, Sir John Finch
being speaker. As also the examination of several members before the lords of the council the fourth of March, 1628 [0.s.)
of state papers.
Together with a petition by the lords concerning the precedency of the then late created barons, viscounts and earls of Scotland and Ireland. Taken and collected by Sir Thomas Crew London, 1707. 7, 174 p.
Ed. by John Parkhurst. 1248. [PROCEEDINGS of the House of commons.] Mar. 17-June 26, 1628.
2 v. Contemporary mss.
A collection of stationers' accounts of speeches made in the Parliament of 1628. A photographic reproduction of the original in library of Massachusetts historical society. A similar manuscript is in the library of the Inner Temple, and a partial manuscript in the
Bodleian. 125. [Notes on the Parliament of 1628 by Sir Richard Grosvenor.) v. 2-5.
A photographic reproduction of the original manuscript in the library of Trinity college, Dublin. E5-33-36.
v. I missing from the original.
Binder's title: Grosvenor. Commons debates. 1628. 126. Notes on the Parliament of 1628; probably made by Denzil Holles,
a photographic reproduction of Harleian mss. 5324 and 2313.
The Harleian catalog dates 5324 as of 1640 but this is incorrect. 126a. Notes of debates in the House of Commons taken by Nicholas partly
in shorthand. [March 21 to June 11, 1628.] 91 1.
A photographic reproduction of the original ms. in Public record office. Calendar of
cessions of Parliament held at Westminster, beginninge the 17th of
Photographic reproduction of the Stowe ms. no. 366 in the British museum, Photographed for the University of Minnesota library.
"William Borlase, M.P. for Chipping Wycombe, co. Bucks, 1628." British museum. Catalogue of the Stowe manuscripts.
CONTENTS.—7. 1. 17 March 1627 to 25 April 1628. v. 2. 26 April 1628 to 29 May 1628. v. 3. 30 May 1628 to 26 June 1628. 128. PROCEEDINGS in the third Parliament of Charles 1. April 4, 1628.
since the beginning thereof, being Tuesday the twentieth of Ianuary,
1641. 77 P.
Charles the first beginning on Tuesday, 20th of January, 1628, i.e.
Another copy, 128 p. 131. [Notes of proceedings in the House of commons from January 26
to March 10, 1629, taken by Edward Nicholas, partly in shorthand.]
A photographic reproduction of the original manuscript in the British Public record office. State paper department. Entered in Gt. Brit. Public record office. Calendar of state papers.
Domestic ser. Charles l. 1628-29. London, 1859. p. 466. 131a. Notes on the Parliament of 1629 by Sir Richard Grosvenor. 200 1.
A photographic reproduction of the original ms. in the library of Trinity College, Dublin. 131b. JOURNAL of the House of commons Jan. 20 to March 2, 1629. 45 1.
A photographic reproduction of original ms. in House of commons library. 132. A CRITICAL EDITION of Nicholas' Notes on the Parliament of 1627-8
by Louise M. Sumner Minneapolis, 1913. 206 p. typewritten.
Thesis. Minnesota. M.A. 133. [A JOURNALL of the Parliament begunne Nov. 3.
Nov. 3. Tuesday, ao Dni. 1640. Ano 16 Caroli regis; collected and gathered, for the most parte of it, by me, Sir Simonds D'Ewes ] [v. I, pt. 1-4] I v.
A photographic reproduction of the original manuscript in the British museum. Har. leian mss. no. 162.
Title on ist numbered page.
[The second tome or volume of the Journal of the House of commons during the same Parliament. By Sir Simonds D'Ewes.] (pt. 1.) 1 v.
A photographic reproduction of the original manuscript in the British museum. Har leian mss. no. 163.
Binder's title: Journal of the Long Parliament. 134. A CRITICAL EDITION of D'Ewes' diary of the Long parliament, from November 3, 1640 to January 1, 1641 ... by Anna M. Lane ...
Thesis. Minnesota. M.A. 135. THE DIURNALL OCCURRENCES, or dayly proceedings of both houses, in
this great and happy Parliament, from the third of November, 1640, to the third of November, 1641. With a continuation of all the speeches, from June last, to the third of November, 1641. London, 1641. 3, 429 (i.e. 439) p.
Paging irregular. 135a. A JOURNAL of the House of commons att the Parliament begun att
Westminster 3 Nov. 1640 by Sir Geoffrey Palmer. 126 p.
Photographic reproduction of Cambridge ms. KK 6, 38.
Journal ends Jan. 4, 1641. 136. [Diary of proceedings in the House of commons, from 8. Oct. 1642 to
15. Feb. 1643, a full and detailed account by Laurence Whitacre, M.P. for Okehampton.]
A photographic reproduction of the original manuscript in the British museum. Addi. tional mss. no. 31116.
Binder's title: Journal of the Long Parliament. 137. JOURNALL of a Parliamt holden at Westminster. Begun the third day
of Novembre, 1640 and in ye yerre of our Souveraigne Lord Charles