King Charles his entertainment, and Londons loyaltie. : Being a true relation, and description, of the manner, of the cities welcome, and, expression of the subjects love to His Royal Majestie, at his return from Scotland. Likewise the time and place, where the Lord Major and his brethren the aldermen, of this glorious citie, with the rest of the companies meet, and conduct His Royall Majestie to the Guild Hall to a stately feast. And afterward to his pallace of Westminster, there to solace himself. Likewise a copie of verses congratulating the Kings return. by J. H. God save the King.
Author: J. H. Year: 1641
Publisher: London Printed for John Greensmith,
The declaration and speech of Colonel Massey : concerning, the inthroning of the King of Scots; and his desires to engage against His Excellency the Lord General Cromwel: and to give the first onset. With, the resolution of the English-Army thereupon, to dispute the field, and fight it out to the last man. Also, the final representation of the Parlament and kirk of Scotland, to the respective Presbyteries, touching their present engagement.
Author: J. H. Year: 1650
Publisher: London Printed for G. Horton,
The excellencie of Jesus Christ : or, The faithfull soules discoverie. Concerning, the great mystery of our redemption : with its labours and desires to bee with Christ. A work full of heavenly instructions, and bringing much spirituall comfort to the readers. Abundantly proved out of the Holy Scriptures.
Author: J. H. Year: 1646
Publisher: London Printed by Barnard Alsop, for Richard Tomlins, and are to be sold at his house, at the signe of the Sun at Pie-Corner,
A remonstrance of the present estate of the Kings armie. : Being an exact discovery of his Maiesties strength, with the number of his forces, taken at the generall muster on Mervill-Heath the 6th. day of October. With many remarkable passages contained therein. 1. The two princes troopes. 2. The earles in their order. 3. A list of the whole number presented to his Maiesty by the Lord Digby, commissary generall for his Maiesties army, which is 1950. horse, and 6500. foot. 4. His Maiesties honouring Prince Robert. 5. The effect of two letters, the one from Marquesse Hartford, the other from the Lord Mohone, touching Plimmouth, and other forts thereabouts. 6. The releasement of Captaine Wingate, upon 500l. ransome.
Author: J. H. Year: 1642
Publisher: London Printed by Tho: Fawcet,