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Citt and Bumpkin, the second part, or, A learned discourse upon swearing and lying, and other laudable qualities tending to a thorow reformation by L'Estrange, Roger, Sir, 1616-1704
DDC/LCC
  1187 63 1630 1681
Citt and Bumpkin, in a dialogue over a pot of ale, concerning matters of religion and government by L'Estrange, Roger, Sir, 1616-1704
DDC/LCC
  1057 47 1680 1681
A tragi-comedy called New-Market fayre, or, A Parliament out-cry of state commodities set to sale by Man in the moon
DDC/LCC
  982 53 1649 1661
Symbolism and folk imagery in early Egyptian political caricatures : the Wafd election campaign, 1920-1923 by Cannon, Byron, 1940-
DDC/LCC
  795 6 2019 2019
The Earl of Pembrokes speech in the House of Peers : when the seven lords were accused of high-treason by Herbert, Philip, 4th earl of Pembroke
DDC/LCC
  777 50 1647 1693
A dialogue between the Pope and a phanatick concerning affairs in England by Hearty lover of his prince and country
DDC/LCC
  769 37 1680 2010
The committee, or, popery in masquerade by L'Estrange, Roger, Sir, 1616-1704
LCC
  691 27 1680 1681
The wonks' dictionary by Jeffrey, James
DDC/LCC
  671 5 2019 2019
Rhetoric, humor, and the public sphere : from Socrates to Stephen Colbert by Benacka, Elizabeth
DDC/LCC
  628 11 2016 2018
Le pot aux roses, ou Correspondance secrete et familiere de l'Honorable Thomas Boot, cordonnier royal, avec Sa Majesté George III. roi de la Grande-Bretagne, et ses ministres, les lords Stormont, Sandwich, Germaine et North ; sur les affaires présentes de l'Europe by Boot, T. (Thomas)
DDC/LCC
  549 54 1781 1782
The Parliament arraigned, convicted, wants nothing but execution : wherein you may evidently discern all the blessed fruits of their seven years session tending to the dishonour of God, the ruin of the Church of Christ in this kingdom, the vnkinging of His Majesty, the destruction of our laws, the erection of tyranny, and the perpetual bondage of a free-born people by Mercurius Melancholicus, active 1648
LCC
  540 28 1648 1648
A modest proposal for preventing the children of poor people from being a burthen to their parents or the country : and for making them beneficial to the publick by Swift, Jonathan, 1667-1745
DDC/LCC
  517 42 1729 2017
A diurnall of sea designes which is as strange as true : relating what great preparations many mighty forraigne princes have now upon the ocean, no man knowing for what intent or purpose : wherein it may be perceived that the case is pittifull when so many dangers are floating about our ears befor wee can heare of them : written for a warning that though feares and jealosies be necessary yet it is more necessary to lay them in their right places : not unprinted betwixt Yorke and Beverly by H. W., active 1642
LCC
  444 19 1642 1642
The Boondocks : The complete first season by Boondocks (Television program)
DDC/LCC
  386 8 2005 2006
Old Æsop at White-hall giving advice to the young Æsops at Tunbridge and Bath, or, Some fables relating to government by Person of what quality you please
LCC
  374 12 1698 1698
The acts and monuments of our late Parliament, or, A collection of the acts, orders, votes, and resolves that hath passed in the House by Butler, Samuel, 1612-1680
DDC/LCC
  357 30 1659 1659
Born to be riled : the collected writings of Jeremy Clarkson by Clarkson, Jeremy
DDC/LCC
  348 25 1999 2008
The spunkiad: or Heroism improved : a Congressional display of spit and cudgel. : A poem, in four cantoes by Tyler, Royall, 1757-1826
DDC/LCC
  347 28 1798 2018
A dialogue betwixt Jack and Will, concerning the Lord Mayor's going to meeting-houses with the sword carried before him, &c by Ridpath, George, -1726
LCC
  336 19 1697 1702
The parliament of bees, with their proper characters, or, A bee-hive furnisht with twelve hony-combes as pleasant as profitable : being an allegoricall description of the actions of good and bad men in these our daies by Day, John, 1574-1640?
DDC/LCC
  312 26 1641 1641
Two centvries of Pauls church-yard : una cum indice expurgatorio in bibliothecam Parliamenti, sive librorum, qui prostant venales in vico vulgo vocato Little-Brittain by Birkenhead, John, Sir, 1616-1679
LCC
  299 16 1652 1653
A new letanie for our new Lent by LITANY
LCC
  299 12 1646 1647
L'électeur
DDC/LCC
  296 36 1827 1971
A dialogue between the King of France and the late King James, occasion'd by the death of the Queen. Written originally in French, at Paris by James 1633-1701 [Associated name; Other]
LCC
  295 15 1695 1695
A letter sent by an Oxford scholler to his quondam schoolemaster : wherein the Parliament is proved either not to be at all, or to be at Oxford : their pretences detected, some objections answered, and the Kings cause so asserted, that the schoolmasters answer doth acknowledge himselfe convinc't : as also the scholler's reply to that answer, wherein he hath inserted a love-elegie from one of the five members to his paramour and his repulse in her answer by Oxford scholler
LCC
  295 13 1642 1642
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