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The execution of the Popish lord: or, The traytor"s downfall
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Written in English
|Other titles||Execution of the Popish lord, Traytor"s downfall|
|Genre||Early works to 1800|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 2028:10|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 6 p|
the dawn of a brighter day, when her exiled lord shall be restored to his rightful inheritance. This was the style adopted by most of the Jacobite poets of the last century to express the sufferings of their country, and their hopes of deliverance from oppression. BL f.1, e.9 Chetham's Library, Manchester: Some broadsides, not seen or indexed here, among pieces of epherma in bequest from J. O. Halliwell, There is a book by Ann Snape describing Halliwell's bequest to Chethams, but I haven't found it.
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Within two days of her own execution the head of her only brother, Lord Rochford, had fallen upon the block; and the ambitious old father, who had striven and plotted to place his daughter on the throne, lived to lament the utter downfall and extinction of his house. I N this following Book as in a cleare and true Glasse, every impartiall and ingenuous Reader may plainly behold the many Deformities and great Spots of the Sectaries of these times, Spots of all kinds, Plague spots, Feaver spots, Purpule spots, Leprosie spots, Scurvey spots, Spots upon them discovering much malignity, rage & frensie, great corruption and infection, of whom may be said as in.
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Get this from a library. The execution of the Popish lord: or, The traytor's downfall: Being an account of the beheading of VVilliam Viscount Stafford for high treason: on the 29th. of this instant December, On a scaffold erected for that purpose, on Tower-hill: with many particulars most remarkable, that happened therein.
And of the disposal of his body after execution. The traytors last farewell: or, Treason miraculously discover'd Being a full and true account of one Sir Thomas Armstrong, who with other rebels, had conspired the death of our soveraign Lord the King, and subverting the government: and though he fled beyond the seas for refuge, yet there the hand of justice found him out; and was brought back.
Canterburies doome, or, The first part of a compleat history of the commitment, charge, tryall, condemnation, execution of William Laud, late Arch-bishop of Canterbury containing the severall orders, articles, proceedings in Parliament against him, from his first accusation therein, till his tryall: together with the various evidences and proofs produced against him at the Lords Bar.
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Bradford formerly Dep Gov'r of Plimouth Colony, who was eldest son of Wm. Bradford Esq their 2nd Gov'r, & author of this History; ye sd Major John Bradford gave me several manuscript octavoes wh he assured me were written with his said Grandfather Gov'r Bradford's own hand.
For killing of the Lord's own mouse Upon the Sabbath-day. The presbyter laid by the book, And earnestly he pray'd That the great sin the cat had done Might not on him be laid.
And straight to execution Poor pussy she was drawn, And high hang'd up upon a tree - The preacher sung a psalm. And when the work was ended, They thought the cat near dead,1/6.
This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. On Novemthe year after the sham Popish Plot concocted by those matchless scoundrels, Titus Oates, an expelled naval. chaplain, and Bedloe; a swindler and thief, Temple Bar was made the spot for a great mob pilgrimage, on the anniversary of the accession of Queen Elizabeth, The ceremonial is supposed to have been organised by that.
When on the 7th of July, about five in the Morning, some of the Lord Lumly's men seized the Lord Gray I and another person near Holt-Lodge in Dorsetshire, four miles from the West of Ringwood; and the said Lord Lumly making further inquiry among the Cotts, was informed by one Anna Ferrant that two Men went over a Hedge, proving to be the out.
iii INTRODUCTION. The Cavalier Ballads of England, like the Jacobite Ballads of England and Scotland at a later period, are mines of wealth for the student of the history and social manners of our ancestors.
The rude but often beautiful political lyrics of the early days of the Stuarts were far more interesting and important to the people who heard or repeated them, than any similar. November the fifth, Wherein, among other things, are shewed A List of some of the Popish Traytors in England.
That their Treasons were not occasioned by our Laws, but from Principles of their owne Religion. 4to. Printed by R. for P.
Stephens & C/ Meridith: London, t. Sion College, what it is, and doeth. Although scholars disagree on whether the history of the English Civil Wars has its place in the category of Western revolutions, there is nevertheless a general consensus that the political actors of the s faced unfamiliar political dilemmas and diversified political discourse.
Artistic productions were also transformed during this turbulent : Elizabeth Tuttle. Page of the Commonplace Book has the following note in Milton’s own hand: ‘Pro divortio vide Bodin. repub. Edition: current; Page: [lxii] l. 1, c. 3.’ This note-book also contains a large number of direct quotations from Bodin, but as they are in Lord Preston’s hand instead of Milton’s, no use will be made of them as sources.
original manuscript book then in the custody of the. Lord Bishop of London, known as and entitled "The Log of the Mayflower," and more specifically.
described in said decree, should be delivered over to. the said Honorable Thomas Francis Bayard by the. Lord Bishop of London, on certain conditions spec-ified in said decree, to be delivered. Another Sermon preached to the Honourable House of Commons, from Psal.
lxxvi. November the fifth, Wherein, among other things, are shewed A List of some of the Popish Traytors in England. That their Treasons were not occasioned by our Laws, but from Principles of.
Filed under: Castlehaven, James Touchet, Earl of. A letter from the Right Honourable Arthur, Earl of Anglesey, Lord Privy-Seal, in answer to His Grace the Duke of Ormond's letter of November the 12th, about His Lordships observations and reflections upon the Earl of Castle-Haven's Memoires concerning the rebellion of Ireland.
The Book was considered as setting aside the succession of the House of Hanover: consequently the Hanoverian minister made a complaint to the government. The evidence against Bedford was, that he had given the copy to the Printer.
Calamy says, that the book was greatly dispersed, and that many copies were presented to men in power. The ceremonial is supposed to have been organised by that restless plotter against a Popish succession, Lord Shaftesbury, and the gentlemen of the Green Ribbon Club, whose tavern, the "King's Head," was at the corner of Chancery Lane, opposite the Inner Temple gate.
Which misled traytors did so proudly wave: The devil seems the project to. (the traditional story.) THE history of the Gunpowder Plot prior to its discovery, as related with much circumstantiality by the government of the day, has, in all essential particulars, been accepted without demur by the great majority of modern writers.
Full text of "Publications of the Catholic Record Society" See other formats. He married "Jonet, daughter of Ralph, Lord Mortimer by Gladdis Dee, daughter of Llewellyn:" and "Lord Mortimer's mother was Maud, daughter of William the Conqueror." As Ralph, Lord Mortimer, died inthis princess, at the time of his birth, cannot possibly have been less than one hundred and twenty or one hundred and thirty years of age.Abstract.
This thesis explores political broadside balladry in England in the period from c to the Glorious Revolution, and argues that it was a medium by which the political ideals of Christian humanism were transmitted to a socially and geographically diverse : Angela McShane Jones.The concept Great Britain -- Politics and government -- -- Early works to represents the subject, aboutness, idea or notion of resources found in Boston University Libraries.