3 edition of A most worthy speech spoken by the Right Honourable Robert Earle of Warwicke found in the catalog.
A most worthy speech spoken by the Right Honourable Robert Earle of Warwicke
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 249:E.128, no. 30.|
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The case between the Right Honourable City of London, and Robert Campion Represented to publick view, after sixteen years private sad sufferings, and attendance, early and late, upon the several Lord Mayors, aldermen, and common-councels, without relief. (London: [s.n.], printed in the year ), by Robert Campion (HTML at EEBO TCP). Frontispiece and cover art: volume I: Reproduced courtesy of the Right Honourable the Earl of Leicester and the Holkham Estate. volume II: Collection of the Editor. volume III: Corbis-Bettmann. 08 07 06 05 04 03 p 5 4 3 2 1. Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Coke, Edward, Sir, –
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A most worthy speech spoken by the Right Honourable Robert Earle of Warwicke: in the head of his army, November, 22 when he tooke his leave of them, and delivered them under the command of his Excellence the Earle of Essex: wherein is contained all the duties of a christian souldier, both toward God and man, with many religious advertisements, to deterre them from swearing and taking the.
A most worthy speech spoken by the Right Honourable Robert Earle of Warwicke: in the head of his army, November, 22 when he tooke his leave of them, and delivered them under the command of his Excellence the Earle of Essex: wherein is contained all the duties of a christian souldier, both toward God and man, with many religious advertisements.
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A Most Worthy Speech Spoken by the Right Honourable Robert Earle of Warwicke in the Head of his Army, November, 22 when He Tooke His Leave of Them (London,Wing W) is a four-page exhortation plus a variant of an established cautionary tale of ‘the iust iudgement of God against a deboyst Cavalier’ for his by: 5.
23 Henry Farr, A speech spoken unto his excellence the earle of Warwick (), pp. 1–2. A worthy speech made by the Right Honourable the Lord Brooke (), p. 92 Earl of Essex, A worthy speech spoken by his excellence the earle of Essex ().
With the Nuptiall Songs. Celebrating the happy Marriage of John, Lord Ramsey, Viscount Hadington, with the Lady Elizabeth Ratcliffe, Daughter to the right Honor: Robert, Earle of Sussex.
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Both generals of the present forces raised for the defence of this kingdome, with the generall joy for their safe comming hither. The triumphs of London: performed on Tuesday, October XXIX,for the entertainment of the right honourable and truly noble pattern of prudence and loyalty, Sir James Edwards, knight, Lord Mayor of the city of London, containing a true description of the several pageants with the speeches spoken on each pageant, together with the songs sung in this solemnity, all set forth at the proper.
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Delivered in a sermon preached at the solemne interment of the corps of the Right Honourable Robert Earle of Warwick. Who aged 70 years months, died April And was honorably buried, May 1.
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Printed for John Bull, dwelling in Grub-street, London: A Warwick. An indictment against England because of her selfe-murdering divisions: together vvith an exhortation to an England-preserving vnity and concord. Presented in a sermon preached before the Right Honourable House of Lords in the Abby church at Westminster; at the late solemne fast, December Autograph draft of an unfinished line poem, seized by order of the Privy Council before the final revisions could be made, with an elaborate title-page (f.
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in defence of the speech lately spoken by M. Pym. Published: () A declaration of the Lords and Commons in Parliament: in answer, to a letter sent from His Majestie to the lord mayor, aldermen, and sheriffs of the Citie of London.