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The Kings Majesties speech, in the Parliament at Edinburgh the seventeenth day of August, 1641.

England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I) Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649.; Scotland. Parliament.

Edinburgh : Printed by Robert and James Bryson 1641

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An Exact and true relation of a most cruell and horrid murther committed by one of the cavaliers on a woman in Leicester, billetted in her house who was shot into the back being within five weeks of the time of her delivery.

London : Printed for E. Husbands and I. Franck ... Sept. 17, 1642

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The speech of a cavaleere to his comrades, in answer to the wardens speech

Agamemnon Shaglock van. Dammee

London : s.n. 1642

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The debauched cavalleer, or, The English Midianite wherein are compared by way of parallel, the carriage, or rather miscarriage of the cavalleeres in the present reigne of our King Charles, with the Midianites of old : setting forth their diabolicall and hyperdiabolicall blaspemies, execrations, rebellions, cruelties, rapes, and robberies

George Lawrence 1615-1695? Christopher Love 1618-1651.

London : Printed by L.N. for Henry Overton ... 1642

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Vniversity nevves, or, The vnfortunate proceedings of the cavaliers in Oxford wherein is declared the severall misdemeanors and uncivill behaviour of the two hundred and fifty troopers which came from His Majesty to assist the schollers against the Parliament : which as is reported hath caused, as the greatest part of the city, so likewise divers of the schollers to fall away from them.

... London : Printed for Iohn Wright Septemb. 10, 1642

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The speech of a cavaleere to his comrades, in answer to the wardens speech

Agamemnon Shaglock van. Dammee

London : s.n. 1642

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His Maiesties demands to the honourable House of Parliament also certaine intelligences from Windsore, Marlborough, Bathe touching the execution of the militia with their number of trained bands and voluntiers under the command of Captaine Digges and Captaine Daniell : the unlawfull commission of aray executed by the Marques of Hartford and the Lord Seymor : with the rude behaviour of the caveliers : also the Parliaments declaration.

England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I) Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649.; England and Wales. Parliament.

Lond. : Printed for Iohn Iohnson July 28, 1642

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The debauched cavalleer: or the English Midianite. Wherein are compared by way of parallel, the carriage, or rather miscarriage of the cavalleeres, in the present reigne of our King Charles, with the Midianites of old. Setting forth their diabolicall, and hyperdiabolicall blaspemies, execrations, rebellions, cruelties, rapes, and robberies.

George Lawrence 1615-1695? Christopher Love 1618-1651.

London, : Printed by L.N. for Henry Overton, in Popes-head Alley. MDCXLII. [1642

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An honest letter to a doubtfull friend, about the rifling of the twentieth part of his estate.

T. R.

London : s.n. Printed in the yeare 1642 [i.e. 1643

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Malignancy un-masked. With a plea for the publique fayth. Briefely and promiscuously disputed, by J. S. Gent. Qui monet, amat, ave, cave, vale.

J. S., gent.

London : Pl;rinted for Iohn Wright January 26. 1642 [i.e. 1643

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Several occvrences that have lately happened at Warwicke, Coventry, Northampton-shire, and Oxfordshire with the manner of the taking of Dudley Castle in Staffordshire and the newes of foure hundred Welchmen that are come thither : as also the relation of 200 cavaliers under the command of Sir John Bryon who being beaten at Brachly by the country people are fled to Oxford.

London printed: s.n. September 1, 1642

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An exact and true relation of a most cruell and horrid murther committed by one of the cavaliers, on a woman in Leicester, billetted in her house: who was shot into the back, being within five weeks of the time of her delivery. Read in the house of Commons, and ordered to be forthwith printed and published: H: Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.

England and Wales. Parliament.

London : Printed for E. Husbands and I. Franck, and are to be sold at their shops, in the middle Temple, and next door to the Kings-head in Fleetstreet Sept. 17. 1642

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A private letter, from an eminent cavalier, to his highly honoured friend in London; freely relating the present state of His Majesties forces.

Eminent cavalier.

London : s.n. Printed Sept. 10. 1642

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A cattalogue of the names of the Dukes Marquesses, Earles and Lords that have absented themselves from the Parliament, and are now with his Maiesty at Yorke

London : Printed for Iohn Thomas 1642

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A cattalogue of the names of the dukes marquesses, earles and lords that have absented themselves from the Parliament, and are now with his Maiesty at Yorke.

London, : Printed for Iohn Thomas. 1642.

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A great robbery in the north, neer Swanton in Yorkshire; shewing how one Mr. Tailour was robbed by a company of cavaliers, July 12.

London : Printed for George Tomlinson July 28. 1642

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His Majesties declaration, in answer to a declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament; for the raysing of all power and force, as well trained bands as others, in severall counties of this kingdome, to lead against all traytours and their adherents, &c.

England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I) Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649.

Cambridge : Printed by his Majesties speciall command, At Cambridge, By Roger Daniel, Printer to the famous universitie 1642

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Speciall and true passages worth observation, from severall places of this kingdome, September 23 and 24 ....

... London : Printed for Tho. Bankes September 23, 1642

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An answer to the Lord George Digbies apology for himself; published Jan. 4. anno Dom. 1642. Put into the great court of equity, otherwise called the court of conscience, upon the 28th of the same moneth, by Theophilus Philanax Gerusiphilus Philalethes Decius.

Theophilus Philanax Gerusiphilus Philalethes. Decius George Digby Lord, 1612-1677.

London : Printed for A.R. 1642 [i.e. 1643

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A Plaine case, or, Reasons to convince any that would be honest or thrive in the world which side to take in this present warre

Oxford? : s.n. 1643

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Mercurius rusticus, or, A countrey messenger informing divers things worthy to be taken notice of, for the furtherance of those proceedings which concerne the publique peace and safety.

George Wither 1588-1667.

London : s.n. 1643

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Mercurius rusticus, or, A countrey messenger informing divers things worthy to be taken notice of, for the furtherance of those proceedings which concerne the publique peace and safety.

George Wither 1588-1667.

London : s.n. 1643

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The Cambridge royallist imprisoned

R. B.

London? : s.n. 1643

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A plaine case, or, Reasons to convince any (that would be honest or thrive in the world) which side to take in this present warre.

Oxford? : s.n. Printed in the Yeare M.DC.XLIII.[1643

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The Cavaliers catechisme, or, The reformed Protestant catechising the antichristian papists, malignants, incendiaries, and other ill-affected persons under the name of cavaliers with their distinct answer thereunto.

London : Printed for Thomas Watson 1643

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The Cambridge royallist imprisoned

R. B.

London? : s.n. 1643

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Times changling arraigned for inconstancy at the barre of opportvnity, and condemned by state-policie, Anno Dom. 1643 being accused by oppression, defended by ambition, and proved guilty by destruction.

London : s.n. 1643

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'Tis a plaine case gentlemen

Yorke : Printed by Stephen Bvkley 1643

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Times changling, arraigned for inconstancy, at the barre of opportunity, and condemned by state-policie. Anno Dom. 1643. Being accused by oppression, defended by ambition, and proved guilty by destruction.

London : s.n. Printed in the yeare, 1643

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Mercurius rusticus: or, A countrey messenger. Informing divers things worthy to be taken notice of, for the furtherance of those proceedings which concerne the publique peace and safety.

George Wither 1588-1667.

London : s.n. 1643

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A complaint and petition of the whole kingdome of England for satisfaction of conscience, and avoiding rebellion.

Oxford : Printed by H. Hall for W. Webb 1643

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