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Loyalty amongst rebels : the true royalist, or, Hushay the Archite, a happy counsellour in King David's greatest danger
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Year: 1662 Publisher: London : Printed for John Williams ...,

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Altare evangelicum. A sermon preached at Christ-Church in Dublin, on the 27th of April : Before his Excellency Arthur Earl of Essex, Lord Lieutenant General, and general governour of the kingdom of Ireland. By Edward Lord Bishop of Clonsert and Kilmac-Duah. Published by his Excellencies order and command.
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Year: 1673 Publisher: Dublin : printed by Benjamin Tooke, printer to the King's most Excellent Majesty; and are to be sold by Joseph Wilde, book-seller in Castle-street,

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Ho typos, or The pattern of grace and glory : In our lord and saviour Jesus Christ, to be admired, adored, and imitated. Collected out of the holy scriptures. Illustrated by the ancient fathers and expositors. Presented with 1. Contemplations. 2. Observations. 3. Confirmations. 4. Doxologies. by Dr. Edward Wolley, Lord Bishop of Clonsert in the Kingdom of Ireland.
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Year: 1669 Publisher: Dublin : printed by Iosiah Windsor in Castle-street,

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A letter intercepted (at sea) by Captaine Moulton, and sent by the Admiralls to the councell of state. Written from Parson Wolby, directed to Mr. Edward Ball, the Princes agent, with Prince Rupert at Kingsale in Ireland. : Wherein is discovered a most fearfull and sad designe against the City of London, and such who have estates in England. A new platforme of the Catholicke religion, intended for England. Severall transactions of the Prince's Navy. And the Governour of the island of Scilly. And an account of the Governours letter (who is salne sick) to the Prince. Parson VVolby his desires to Prince Rupert, and his transactions with Sir John Moene, Sir John Beak, Doctor Wats, and Mr. Ball. And some transactions at sea, between 500 of the King of Spain his souldiers at sea, and the Princes Navy. And severall fights at sea, with other considerable passages of the Princes Navy. May 7. 1649. To the end that all who are faithfull to this nation, may unanimously unite, against the common enemy; whose bitternesse doth appeare against us, both in words, and action, in this letter. Therefore I say imprimatur: Theodore Jennings.
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Year: 1649 Publisher: London : Printed by Robert Ibbitson, in Smithfield, neer the Queens-head Tavern,

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The parents blessing their children: and the children begging (on their knees) their parents blessings, are pious actions, warrantable by the word of God, and practictised [sic] by Gods saints and servants. With a model of private prayers, or occasional helps in retired devotions.
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Year: 1661 Publisher: London : Printed ly [sic] T.R. for William Palmer, at the sign of the Palm-tree in Fleetstreet,

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A model of private prayers : or, occasional helps in retired devotions.
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Year: 1661 Publisher: London : Printed by T.R. and are to be sold by William Palmer, at the sign of the Palm-tree in Fleet-street, and at the Gun in St. Pauls Church-yard,

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Ho typos, or The pattern of grace & glory. In our lord and saviour Jesus Christ, to be admired, adored, and imitated. / Collected out of the Holy Scriptures. Illustrated by the antient fathers and expositors. Presented with 1. Contemplations. 2. Observations. 3. Confirmations. 4. Doxologies. by Dr. Edward Wolley, Lord Bishop of Clonfort in the Kingdome of Ireland. Imprimatur, Mich. Dublin. Canc.
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Year: 1670

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A letter intercepted (at sea) by Captaine Moulton, and sent by the Admiralls to the councell of state. Written from Parson Wolby, directed to Mr. Edward Ball, the Princes agent, with Prince Rupert at Kingsale in Ireland. : Wherein is discovered a most fearfull and sad designe against the City of London, and such who have estates in England. A new platforme of the Catholicke religion, intended for England. Severall transactions of the Prince's Navy. And the Governour of the island of Scilly. And an account of the Governours letter (who is salne sick) to the Prince. Parson VVolby his desires to Prince Rupert, and his transactions with Sir John Moene, Sir John Beak, Doctor Wats, and Mr. Ball. And some transactions at sea, between 500 of the King of Spain his souldiers at sea, and the Princes Navy. And severall fights at sea, with other considerable passages of the Princes Navy. May 7. 1649. To the end that all who are faithfull to this nation, may unanimously unite, against the common enemy; whose bitternesse doth appeare against us, both in words, and action, in this letter. Therefore I say imprimatur: Theodore Jennings.
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Year: 1649 Publisher: London Printed by Robert Ibbitson, in Smithfield, neer the Queens-head Tavern,

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The parents blessing their children: and the children begging (on their knees) their parents blessings, are pious actions, warrantable by the word of God, and practictised [sic] by Gods saints and servants. With a model of private prayers, or occasional helps in retired devotions.
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Year: 1661 Publisher: London Printed ly [sic] T.R. for William Palmer, at the sign of the Palm-tree in Fleetstreet,

A model of private prayers : or, occasional helps in retired devotions.
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Year: 1661 Publisher: London Printed by T.R. and are to be sold by William Palmer, at the sign of the Palm-tree in Fleet-street, and at the Gun in St. Pauls Church-yard,

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