A Z.! : The Earle of Holland, chief of adepts, his five and twenty yeares wonder-revelation from the year 1660 untill the yeare 1685.
1571. [An almanacke and prog]nostication for. xxxvii. yeres, : very [necessary for] ... chirurgions, men of law, marchants, [--]men: gathered out of Ciprianus Leouicius works: with the revolutions in the [--] that are needefull to be put in any Al[manacke ...] /
1. Catonis disticha de moribus; 2. Dicta insignia septem sapientum Graeciæ. 3. Mimi Publiani, sive, Senecæ proverbia, anglo latina. Cato item grammaticê interpretatus, latinis & vernaculis vocibus pari ordine, sed diversis lineis alternatis. Quò sc. ætatulâ puerilis precepta vitæ communis ita legant ut intelligant. = 1. Cato's distichs concerning manners; 2. Excellent sayings of the seven wise men of Greece. 3. Publius's stage-verses, or Seneca's proverbs in Latine and English. Likewise Cato construed grammatically, with one row Latine, and another English. Whereby little children may understandingly learn the rules of common behaviour. /
1. Catonis disticha de moribus : 2. Dicta insignia septem sapientum Græciæ. 3. Mimi publiani, sive, Senecæ proverbia, Anglo-Latina. Cato item grammaticè interpretatus, Latinis & vernaculis vocibus, pari ordine, sed diversis lineis alternatis. Quò sc. ætatula puerilis præcepta vitæ communis ita legant ut intelligant. A Carolo Hoolo, A. M. privatæ scholæ grammaticæ institutore in aurificum viculo apud Londinates. 1. Cato's distichs concerning manners; 2. Excellent sayings of the seven wise men of Greece. 3. Publius's stage-verses, or, Seneca's proverbs in Latine and English. Likewise Cato construed grammatically, with one row Latine and another English. Whereby little children may understandingly learn the rules of common behaviour. By Charles Hoole, Mr. of Arts, and teacher of a private grammar school in Goldsmiths Alley, London.
1. Crosses, 2. comforts, 3. counsels. : Needfull to be considered, and carefully to be laid up in the hearts of the godly, in these boysterous broiles, and bloody times. /
1. Dr. Tonges relation of the general massacre : intended and plotted by the Papists: 2. Brought into Parliament by his direction and assistance: 3. Near the time of their prorogation, about the 22th. of June, 1678. by Richard Greene of Dilwin, in the county of Hereford, who first informed the doctor it.
1. We conceive such an order, as is propos'd in the question, to be absolutely necessary, because we are fully convinc'd that the Duke of Ormond does lie under some order of restraint from acting offensively, ....
1. Whereas it has been often said at the Committee for the Earle of Lindsey's Fenns, that the gentlemen of the country were put out of the Commission of Sewers and strangers put in their places, it is thought necessary to publish this paper, to satisfie all men the contrary : 2. In the Commission of Sewers for Lincolnshire whilst the Earle of Lindseys undertaking was in agitation, there were 120 commissioners, mos of them prime gentlemen of that country, no strangers bu the great officers of state that never appeared there, and Sir Robert Killigrew, with Mr. Robert Long, who did appear there, Sir William Killigrew came in after his fathers death, so there can be justly said to be but two strangers of 120 commissioners ...
10. Januarii. 1641. : His Majesties letter to both House of Parliament.
The 10th day of Aprill 1655. A true report of the great number of poor children, and other poor people maintained in the severall hospitals by the pious care of the Lord Mayor, commonalty and citizens of the city of London.
The 11th day of Aprill, 1653. A true report of the great costs and charges of the five hospitals in the City of London under the care of the lord mayor, commonalty and citizens of London : in the maintaining of a very great number of poore the yeare last past.
13, Augusti, 1645. An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, for the executing the ordinance, dated the 15. of Febru. 1644. : For the raising moneys for the maintenance of Sir Tho: Fairfax army, and to continue ten moneths longer, beginning the first day of this instand december, 1645.
13 July 1617. The Lords of the Councell to the L. Le[ut?] of the Cinque Ports.
13th December 1697. An estimate of the deficiencyes of the last yeares aydes.
14.Ayres in tabletorie to the lute expressed with two voyces and the base violl or the voice & lute only. 6.more to 4.voyces and in tabletorie. And 8.madrigalles to 5.voyces By Michaell Cavendish Gentleman
The 14. of September. A relation of many memorable passages from Rome, Italy, Spaine, France, Germany, the Lovv-Countries, the Palatinate, and other places : with some famous exploits performed at Bergen-Vpzom since the 4. of this moneth, stilo nouo.
15. June, 1645. It is desired that all the ministers in London, the liberties, and within the lines of communication doe this Sabbath day blesse God that hee hath beene pleased to heare our prayers in the behalf of our army ...
15 Junii, 1648. The particulars of the fight at Colchester (sent in a letter to the Honorable William Lenthal Esq; Speaker of the Honorable House of Commons) was read in the house of Commons: : in which letter it appears, the town is besieged, and five hundred of the enemies were taken prisoners, and six hundred left the town, sixty that were killed buried in one churchyard, besides what was slain in the other part of the town, Sir William Campion slain, one knight more, Col: Cook, Major Eyres, two other majors, and other officers, Mersey Fort taken, with two culverins, two sakers, and one drake, and Col: Steward, Col: Thornton and Sir Bar. Scudamore taken raising forces near Newmarket. Ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that this letter be forthwith printed and published. H: Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.
1525 ye Boethius.