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Information of Robert Jennison at the Bar of Commons, Nov. 9.
VOL. 77. 1680 (2). Folio.
the perjury of William Viscount Stafford at his Trial and Speech on the scaffold in relation to Stephen Dugdale and Ed. Turbervill, by John Smith.
Vol. 78. 1680 (3). Folio. The Tryal of Roger Earl of Castlemaine for High Treason, June 23. Petition of the Lord Mayor and Aldermen to the King, Jan. 13. Examination of Edwd. Fitzharris relating to the Popish Plot, March 10. Answer to the Protestation of the Nineteen Lords against the Im
peachment of Mr. Fitz-Harris. Arraignment and Plea of Edw. Fitzharris. 1680-1. Proceedings in relation to the Tryal of Edw. Fitzharris, May 4 and 7. Tryals of Edw. Fitzharris and Dr. Plunket for High Treason, June 8 &
9. 1681. Relation of what passed between Dr. Hawkins and Edw. Fitzharris in
the Tower. Resentments and Indignation of Englishmen against the Duke of York,
or any Popish Successor. Petitions and Addresses from divers
Counties, Cities, and Boroughs of this realm. Reasons why a Popish Successor should not inherit the Crown. The Character of an Ill-Court-Favourite. (Trans. from the French.)
1681. Reasons for His Majestie's passing the Bill of Exclusion. A Word without doors concerning the Bill for Succession. The Character of a Popish Successor and what England may expect
from such a one. (Roger L'Estrange). An Answer to late pamphlet—“The Character of a Popish Succes
sor etc.” A Vindication of the Character of a Popish Successor. A Reply to Roger L'Estrange's Pamphlet. The Character of a Popish Successor compleat; in defence of the ist
Part against Two Answers, one by Mr. L'Estrange called “The Papist in Masquerade etc.,” and another by an unknown hand. The Character of a Popish Successor, and what England may expect
from such a One. 2nd Part. (Not by the author of ist Part.) The Debates in the House of Commons assembled at Oxford, Mar
Vol. 79. 1680 (4). Folio. The Great and Weighty Considerations relating to the Duke of York, or
Successor of the Crown. 1680.
The King's Prerogative, and the Subject's Privileges asserted according
to Law and Reason. The History of the Plot, compiled by Roger L'Estrange. Roger L'Estrange. Discovery upon Discovery in defence of Dr. Oates. North’s Examination of Captain Bedlow in his last Sickness, Aug. 16. The Popish Damnable Plot against our Religion and Liberties, dis
covered in the Breviato of Three Score and Four Letters. A Memorial of the late and present Popish Plots. Mr. Dugdale. Narrative of unheard of Popish cruelties towards
Protestants beyond the seas. Account of the Spanish Inquisition. The Loyal Protestant's Vindication. A Time-serving Speech spoken once in season. Heads of the Expedient in lieu of the Former Bill for Excluding the
Duke of York. Fiat Justicia et Ruat Cælum, or Somewhat offer'd in defence of the
Imperial Crown of England and its Successor. Semper ego Auditor tantum : or a Vindication of the Duke of York.
Vol. 80. 1680 (5). Folio. Information of Wm. Lewis given at Bar of Commons, Nov. 18. Address of the Commons to His Majesty to remove Sir Geo. Jeffreys. Address of the Commons to His Majesty to remove the Earl of Hali
fax, with His Majestie's Answer. His Majestie's Message to the Commons relating to Tangier, and
their reply, Nov. 29. Proclamation for a General Fast, Dec. 2. His Majestie's Gracious Speech to Parliament, Oct. 21. Speech of the Lord High Steward against Viscount Stafford, Dec. 7. Report of Committee for receiving informations concerning the Popish
Plot, on Complaint of Mr. Peter Norris, Dec. 9. His Majestie's Speech to both Houses, Dec. 15. Address of the Commons to His Majesty in Answer, Dec. 21. Resolutions for the Impeachment to Sir Wm. Scroggs, Dec. 23. Articles of Impeachment of Sir Wm. Scroggs for High Treason. The Bellowings of a Wild Bull, or Scroggs' roaring Lamentation for
being Impeached for High Treason. A Seaonable Corrective to the one Project for the Good of England. Further Discovery of the Plot from the narrative and depositions of
Dr. Oates. Stafford's Memoires, or a Brief Account of the Birth, Quality, Imprison
ment, Tryal, and Final End of Wm. Viscount Stafford.
VOL. 81. 1680 (6). Folio. A Collection of Letters etc., relating to the horrid Popish Plot, from the
originals in the hands of Geo. Treby, Chairman of the Secrecy Commission of the House of Commons. 1681.
A True Narrative of the Popish Plot against King Charles I. and the
Protestant Religion (in 1643). 1680. Mr. Dugdale's Narrative of unheard of Cruelties towards Protestants
beyond the seas, or an Account of the Spanish Inquisition.
Vol. 82. 1680. The Answer to the Appeal Expounded. The Power of Parliaments in the case of Succession. A Seasonable Memorial upon the liberty of Presse and Pulpit. The History of Self Defence in Requital to the History of Passive
Obedience. The Sovereign, or Office and Obligations of the Supreme Magistrate. A Word in Season for Christian Union. Some Considerations about Union among Protestants. Citt and Bumpkin, concerning Matters of Religion and Government. Citt and Bumpkin, concerning Swearing and Lying. Tom and Dick, concerning Matters of Religion and Government. A Serious Epistle to Hodge.
VOL. 83. 1681. Vox Populi, or the People's Claim to their Parliament to Redress
Grievances. 1681. Vox Populi, Fax Populi, or a Discovery of a Cheat and Forgery put
upon the People of England, by Elephant Smith and his Author of Vox Populi
, or Discovery of the designs of Papists to throw the plot upon the Protestants or Presbyterians. The Impartial Protestant, shewing some great but less heeded Dangers
of Popery. An Argument for Toleration and Indulgence. The Two Great Questions, Peace and Safety of His Majestie's Person
and His Protestant subjects. A Seasonable Address to Parliament on the Succession. A Word Without Doors, concerning the Bill for Succession.
Vol. 84. 1681 (1). Folio.
. The Informations of John Sergeant and David Maurice, relating to the
Popish Plot before Parliament, March 26.
His Majestie's Declaration Defended, An Answer to a Seditious
Pamphlet. His Majestie's Answer to Several Addresses, May 19. The Tryal and Condemnation of Stephen Colledge for High Treason. The Information of Capt. Hy. Wilkinson against the Earl of Shaftes
bury for High Treason. Animadversions on Capt. Wilkinson's Information. 1682. The Triumphs of Justice over Unjust Judges, delivered to Justice
Scroggs. 1681. Depositions against Roger L'Estrange, M. Prance, L. Mowbray etc. The Non-entity or Nullity of Popery, Demonstrated by undeniable Arguments etc.
Vol. 85. 1681 (2). Folio. Two Great Questions Determined by Reason and Divinity. Ist.
Hereditary Succession Negative. · 2nd. Divorce Affirmative. A Brief History of the Succession, from authentic Historians. The Great Point of Succession discussed. A True History of the Succession of the Crown of England. Some Observations upon the tickling question, Whether the Admitting
of a Popish Successor be the best way to preserve the Protestant
Religion. Multum in Parvo, aut Vox Veritatis. Transactions of English Parlia
ments, 1640, 1641, 1680, 1681. Observations upon a late libel called A Letter from a Person of
Quality concerning the King's Declaration, etc. A Specimen of a Bill for uniting the Protestants. A Short History of the Life and Death of the Act made the 25th
Elizabeth Cap. I.; as also the Act, “The Conventicle Act.” The French Intrigues discovered. The Complaint of Liberty against Arbitrary Government. The Character of a Rebellion, or the Designs of Dissenters. Robert Hearne. Loyaltie's Severe Summons to the Bar of Conscience.
VOL. 86. 1682. The Earl of Anglesey's Account of the state of the Kingdom, April 27.
1682. A New Year's Gift for the Anti-Prerogative Men. A Tory Plot Discovered in the Addressers and Abhorrers, to Alter the
Constitution of the Government and Betray the Protestant Religion. The Charge of a Tory Plot maintained. Popish Fables, Protestant Truths Displayed. (A Satyr.) An Address to Freemen and Freeholders. The 2nd Part of the Address to Freemen and Freeholders. The 3rd Part of the Address to Freemen and Freeholders. The Apostate Protestant. The Dissenting Casuist. Protestantism Its Present State in the World. The 2nd Part of the Growth of Popery,
Vol. 87. 1682. Folio. The History of Whigism. (Mining and Countermining the Tory Plots
and Principles in the Reign of Charles I., Sad Fore-Runner of the
Fatal Year'41.) 1682. The 2nd Part of the History of Whigism. Plain Dealing is a Jewel and Honesty the Best Policy. A Gentle Reflection on the modest account and a Vindication of the
Loyal Abhorrers, from the calumnies of a factious pen. Letters from a Person of Quality about Abhorrers and Addressers, etc. A Model for the French King, or Henry VIII. extirpating Popery and
introducing the Protestant Religion. A Plea for Succession in opposition to Popular Exclusion. An Impartial Account of Richard Duke of York's Treasons and the
True Picture of a Popish Successor. Vox Angliæ. A Complete Collection of the Addresses presented to
His Majesty expressing thanks for his late Gracious Declaration. Remarques upon the New Project of Asssociation. The Address importing an abhorrence of an Association, said to have
been seized in the Earl of Shaftesbury's closet. The History of the Association, containing all the Debates in the
Commons. The Parallel, or the New Specious Association an Old Rebellious
of this Popish Plot, by Thomas Jones.
Vol. 88. 1683. Folio. The Speeches of Capt. Walcot, Jno. Rouse, and Will. Hone, July 20.
Rouse. His case written by himself in Newgate before his Execution.
Doctor against Titus Oates.
Vol. 89. 1683. Tam Quan, or an Attaint. Reflections on a pamphlet, A Defence of His Majesty's Declaration. Clarior e Tenebris, or A justification of Two Books :-“The Grand
Inquest,” and “The Royal Favorite Cleared.”