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12. Abbeys & priories

23. An account of the injurious proceedings of Sir George Jeffreys, Knt., late recorder of London, against Francis Smith, bookseller with his arbitrary carriage towards the grand-jury at Guild-Hall, Sept. 16, 1680, upon an indictment then exhibited against the said Francis Smith, for publishing a pretended libel, entituled, An act of Common-Council for retrenching the expences of the Lord Mayor and sheriffs of the city of London, &c. : together with an abstract of very many former losses, and publick sufferings sustained by him both in his person and estate

24. An account of the late bloody sea-fight, between part of their Majesties fleet, commanded by Sir Clovesly Shovel, and that of the French fleet, commanded by the Sieurs Turville and Ampheville, with the sinking of three of the French men of war, one of which was a vice admiral. Printed according to order, Sept. 27. 1690

31. An account of what passed at the execution of the late Duke of Monmouth, on Wednesday the 15th of July, 1685. on Tower-Hill. Together with a paper signed by himself that morning in the Tower, in the presence of the Lords Bishops of Ely, and Bath and Wells, Dr. Tennison, and Dr. Hooper. And also, the copy of his letter to His Majesty after he was taken, dated at Ringwood in Hantshire, the 8th of July

55. The additional narrative of Mr. Miles Prance of Covent-Garden, goldsmith : who was the discoverer of the murther of Sr. Edmondbury Godfrey : I. Containing a vindication of the said Mr. Prance from the scandalous and false aspersions (cast upon him, on purpose to invalidate his testimony) by the nameless author of a late scandalous libel, entituled, The Compendium, or a short view of the late tryals &c. : II. His further discovery of the machinations and attempts of the papal and Jesuitical party, for the introducing their religion into these kingdoms, and for the overthrow of His Majestie's person and government : III. Many historical observations, discovering the progress of the said design, with other material passages relating thereunto : IV. The names of the several colledges beyond the seas, erected for the use of the English nation, whence priests and emissaries are yearly sent over into our land for the seduction of the people, and carrying on their other designs, with an account of the English nunneries also in forreign parts

56. The additional narrative of Mr. Miles Prance of Covent-Garden, goldsmith : who was the discoverer of the murther of Sr. Edmondbury Godfrey : I. Containing a vindication of the said Mr. Prance from the scandalous and false aspersions (cast upon him, on purpose to invalidate his testimony) by the nameless author of a late scandalous libel, entituled, The Compendium, or a short view of the late tryals &c. : II. His further discovery of the machinations and attempts of the papal and Jesuitical party, for the introducing their religion into these kingdoms, and for the overthrow of His Majestie's person and government : III. Many historical observations, discovering the progress of the said design, with other material passages relating thereunto : IV. The names of the several colledges beyond the seas, erected for the use of the English nation, whence priests and emissaries are yearly sent over into our land for the seduction of the people, and carrying on their other designs, with an account of the English nunneries also in forreign parts

59. The address of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal and Commons assembled in Parliament to the King's most excellent Majesty presented by the Right Hononourable [sic] the Lord Marquis of Halifax, Lord Privy Seal and Speaker to the House of Lords, in the Banquetting-house at Whitehall, the eighth of March, 1688/9 with His Maiesties most gracious answer thereunto

60. The address of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal and Commons assembled in Parliament, to the King's most excellent Majesty. Presented by the Right Honourable the Lord Marquess of Halifax, Lord Privy Seal, and Speaker to the House of Lords. In the Banquetting-house at White-hall, the eighth of March, 1689 with His Majesty's most gracious answer thereunto

61. The address of the Lords spiritual and temporal, and Commons, to the King's most excellent Majesty, for maintaining the Church of England, as by law established; with His Majesty's most gracious answer thereunto, die Martis 16° Aprilis, 1689

87. An alarum to the House of Lords against their insolent usurpation of the common liberties and rights of this nation : manifested by them in their present tyrannicall attempts against that worthy commoner, Lieutenant Col. John Lilburne, defendour of the faith, and of his countries freedoms, both by his words, deeds and sufferings, against all tyrants in the kingdome, whether black-coats, papists, kings, lords, &c.

96. All the severall ordinances and orders made by the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament concerning sequestring the estates of delinquents, papists, spyes and intelligencers together with instructions for such persons as are imployed in sequestring of such delinquent estates, very usefull for those whom it doth or may concern