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1960. [HOWELL, JAMES.] A letter to the Earl of Pembrooke concerning the times, and the sad condition both of prince and people. [London, Mar. 14] 1647, i.e. 1648. 12 p.

1961. A HUMBLE ANSWER of the divines attending the honourable commissioners of Parliament, at the treaty at Newport in the Isle of Wight to the second paper delivered to them by His Majesty, Octob. 6, 1648, about episcopall government. Delivered to His Majesty, October. 17. London, 1660. 40 p.

Originally pub. Oct. 19, 1648.

1962. THE HUMBLE petition and desires of the commanders, masters, mariners, younger brothers and sea-men of the shipping belonging to the river of Thames (whose names are subscribed to the number of 558). Presented to the right honourable the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament on Thursday the 29 of June, 1648. Together with all their transactions concerning a personall treaty with His Majesty: and their undertaking for the timely reducing of the revolted ships, etc. London, [June 29] 1648. 16 p.

1963. THE HUMBLE petition of divers well affected magistrates, ministers, citizens and other inhabitants in the city of London and parts adjacent. Presented to the House of peers, on Wednesday the 12 of July, 1648. With their lordships answer thereunto. London, [July 12,]

1648. 13 p.

1963a. THE HUMBLE remonstrance of the reduced officers declaring their grievances to the Parliament and the kingdome. London, April 17, 1648. 8 p.

1964. HUNTINGTON, ROBERT. Sundry reasons inducing Major Robert Huntington to lay down his commission, humbly presented to the honourable houses of Parliament... London, [Aug. 2] 1648. 14 p. Another copy, Maseres, Select Tracts 2:395-407.

1965. IMPROPRIATIONS purchased by the commissioners sitting at Goldsmiths-Hall, for compositions with delinquents; by ordinance of both houses of Parliament. With a list of the names of such persons from whom they have purchased any revenue for augmentation of the maintenance of preaching ministers in several parishes within the kingdom. London, [Sept. 22] 1648.

Somers 5:140-52.

1966. INCHIQUIN, MURROUGH O'BRIEN, Ist earl.

The

declaration

and protestation of the Lord Inchiquin, and all the officers under his command, voluntarily taken and subscribed by his councill of warre, that they will maintaine the honour of the King and the priviledge and freedome of Parliament, according to his solemne ingagement, against all opposers, and other his great discouragements. [London, May 6] 1648. 5 P.

1967. JENKINS, DAVID. A plea, delivered in to the Earl of Manchester and the Speaker of the House of commons, sitting in the chancery of Westminster; which was read by their command, in open court, the 14th of February, 1647 [i.e. 1648], and there avowed. Whereunto is added, his judgment in the law, concerning a gentleman that was condemned for the late rising at Canterbury. 1648.

Somers 5:92-98.

1968. JENKYN, WILLIAM. AотρioеTiσкооs. The busie bishop, or, The visitor visited. By way of answer to a very feeble pamphlet lately published by Mr. J. G. [John Goodwin] called Sion colledge visited. London, [Mar. 30] 1648. 4, 60 p.

1969. THE JOINT-TESTIMONIE of the ministers of Devon, whose names are subscribed; with their reverend brethren the ministers of the province of London, unto the truth of Jesus. With a brief confutation of the errors, heresies, and blasphemies of these times, and the toleration of them in pursuance of the Solemn league and covenant of the three nations. London, [June 27] 1648. 36 p.

1970. THE JOVIALL tinker of England: willing to hammer the covenant and Scots commissioners into English, and to mend the breaches, and stop the holes of the crowne of England... London, [Jan. 29] 1648. 14 P. 1971. THE JOYNT declaration of the severall counties of Kent, Essex, Middlesex, Surry, unto the souldiers of the army, now under the command of the Lord Fairfax. [London, May 27, 1648.] s. sh. 1972. Kent, COUNTY OF. To the honourable the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament at Westminster. The humble petition of the knights, gentry, clergy and commonality of the county of Kent. [May 1648?] s. sh.

1973. KENT. To the right honourable the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, at Westminster. The humble petition of the knights, gentry, and commonalty of the County of Kent, subscribed by the grand jury, the 11th of May 1648, at the sessions of the judges, upon a speciall commission of Oyer and Terminer, then executed at the Castle of Canterbury for the sayd County. [London, May 11, 1648.] 6 p.

Caption title.

1974. KENTISH LONG-TAYLES and Essex calves: or, The copie of a letter sent from a gentleman of the army to a friend in the West, containing a compendious relation of the late trayterous insurrections in the said counties. London, [June 14] 1648. 8 p.

1975. THE KENTISH petition to the honourable the Commons now sitting in Parliament. The humble petition of diverse well affected in the

county of Kent, the city and county of Canterbury, together with the Cinque ports, in the behalfe of themselves and others. London, [Dec. 23] 1648. s. sh.

1976. THE KING of Utopia. His letter to the citizens of Cosmopolis, the metropolitan city of Utopia. Together with the citizens answer thereunto, translated out of the Utopian tongue, into broken English, by 'tis no matter who. London, [Mar.] 1647, i.e. 1648. 7 p.

Caption title.

1977. THE KINGDOMES humble remonstrance and petition to both houses of Parliament, assembled at Westminster. London, 1648. 8 p.

1978. KNELL, PAUL. Israel and England paralelled, in a sermon preached before the honorable society of Grayes-inne, upon Sunday in the afternoon, April 16, 1648. London, 1648. 2, 19 p.

1979. KNELL, PAUL. The life-guard of a loyall Christian, described in a sermon, preached at St. Peters Corn-hill, upon Sunday in the afternoon, May 7, 1648. London, 1648. 2, 19 p. 1980. LAMBERT, JOHN. A proclamation published through every regiment of horse and foot, and all the garrisons of the north of England (upon orders received from His Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax) ... Also the sentence of the councell of vvar for inflicting of exemplary punishment upon divers souldiers, that mutinyed at Halifax, with others. And a copy of Major General Lamberts speech made at a councell of war, concerning disbanding. With instructions to the colonells and other officers... London, [Jan. 29] 1648. 6 p.

Proclamation, etc. dated Jan. 1, 1647.

1981. LANGDALE, MARMADUKE LANGDALE, Ist baron. The declaration of Sir Marmaduke Langdale, knight, colonell, generall of the gentlemen, and other loyall subjects now in action for His Majesties service in the northern parts. London, [June 7] 1648. 6 p.

1982. LANGDALE, MARMADUKE LANGDALE, 1st baron. An impartiall relation of the late fight at Preston. Aug. 26, 1648.

Chetham soc. 2:267-70.

1983. THE LAST newes from Kent and a list of the Duke of Lynox, the Lord Hopton, the Lord Culpepper, and other lords, colonels, and captaines there, which were of the Kings party. The Lord Generall Fairfax his randevouz on Honsls-Heath, and touching a treaty to be with the knights and gentlemen of Kent. With a proclamation of the Lord Major of the city of London. A great victory obtained by Sir Hardresse Waller in Cornwall... And a letter from Lieut. Gen. Cromwell, concerning proceedings against Penbroke Castle, Tinby Castle, and Chepstow. London, [May 29] 1648. 6 p.

1984. THE LAST will and testament of that monstrous, bloudy, tyranicall, cruel, and abhominable Parliament dissembled at Westminster the 15

of May 1648. Being desperately sick in every part of its ungodly members, as well committees, sequestrators, agitators, sollicitors, promoters, clearkes, doore-keepers, and all other her untrue and unlawfull adherents, in manner and form as here specified. London, 1648. 8 p.

1985. A LETTER from a gentleman in Colchester to his friend in London. Colchester, June 26, 1648. s. sh.

1986. A LETTER from a gentleman in Kent, giving satisfaction to a friend in London, of the beginning, progresse, and end of the late great action there. London, [June 15] 1648. 13 p.

1987. A LETTER from Kent of the rising at Rochester, the magazine surprised, with 1000 armes, 100 piece of ordnance, two guns planted at the bridge, 50 ships in the river; and of the treaty with them. Also the declaration of a young man that calls himself Prince Charles, and the coming in of divers to kisse his hand. With a declaration of other passages from the county of Kent. London, [May 22] 1648. 6 p.

1988. A LETTER to the Right Honourable, Alderman Warner, lord major of London. [London, April 13] 1648. 6 p.

1989. LIEUTENANT GENERALL Cromwell's last will and testament: with the military directions he gave his field-officers a little before his death. London, [July 27] 1648. 6 p.

A satire.

1990. LONDON, COMMON COUNCIL. A declaration from the city of London with instructions from the court of Common councell for the defence of the Parliament and city, against the complotters that are rising, listing, and arming themselves by a bloody confedracy to plunder and massacre the famous city of London. Also message concerning Prince Charles, read in the House of lords, from Sir Thomas Dishington. And propositions for vindication of His Majesty, and the honour of the kingdom. London, [May 27] 1648. 6 p.

1991. LONDON, COMMON COUNCIL. The humble petition of the Lord Major,

aldermen, and commons of the city of London, in Common-councell assembled to the right honourable the Lords and Commons in Parliament assembled: which petition was presented to both houses, June 27, 1648. London, [June 27, 1648.] 6 p.

1992. LONDON, COMMON COUNCIL. The humble petition of the Lord Major, aldermen, and commons of the city of London, in Common-councell assembled, presented to the right honourable, the Lords and Commons in Parliament assembled: with the answer of both houses to the said petition. London, July 31, 1648. 6 p.

1993. LONDON, COMMON COUNCIL. The humble petition of the Lord Major, aldermen, and commons of the city of London, in Common-councell

assembled: presented to the right honourable the Lords and Commons in Parliament assembled: with the answer of the Lords to the said petition. London, Aug. 8, 1648. 6 p.

1994. LONDON, COMMON COUNCIL. The humble petition of the Lord Major, aldermen, and commons of the city of London, in Common-councel assembled, presented to the right honorable, the Lords and Commons in Parliament assembled. With the answer of the Commons to the said petition. London, Aug. 12, 1648. 8 p.

1995. LONDON, COMMON COUNCIL. The humble petition of the Lord Major, aldermen, and commons of the city of London in Common-councell assembled: to the right honourable the Lords and Commons in Parliament assembled. Together with the answers of both houses to the said petition. London, [May 23] 1648. 6 p.

1996. LONDON, COMMON COUNCIL. Two petitions of the Lord Major, aldermen, and commons of the city of London, in Common-councell assembled: to the right honourable the Lords and Commons in Parliament assembled: which petition was presented to both houses, July 18, 1648. With the answer of the Lords. London, [July 18] 1648.

6 P. 1997. LONDON, COMMON COUNCIL. Two petitions presented to the right honourable, the Lords and Commons in Parliament assembled: the one, The humble petition of the Lord Major, aldermen, and commons in the city of London in Common-councell assembled: The other, The humble petition of the field officers, captaines, and their commission-officers of the trained-bands of the city of London and liberties thereof. With the answer of both houses to the said petitions. London, July 5, 1648. 5 P. 1998. LONDON, COMMON COUNCIL. Two petitions to the right honorable the Lords and Commons in Parliament assembled: The one, the humble petition of the Lord Major, aldermen, and commons of the city of London in Common-councell assembled, to both houses of Parliament. The other, the humble petition of divers well-affected citizens, and other inhabitants of the city of London, to the right honourable the Lord Major, aldermen and commons of the city of London in Common-councell assembled. Which petitions were presented to both houses, June 1, 1648. London, [June 1] 1648. 6 p.

1999. A LOOKING-GLASSE for the well-affected in the city of London. Wherein they may behold those dangers and miseries which are ready to fall upon them if they do not speedily make a firm combination. against the common enemy. [London, Aug. 23] 1648. 12 p.

2000. LORD HAVE mercy upon us, or the visitation at Oxford: begun Aprill the 11, 1648. Printed at Pembrook and Mongomery, 1648. 8 p.

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