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1647

Company of Adventurers for the Plantation of the Islands of Eleutheria, formerly called Buhama in America,. Articles and orders, made and agreed upon the 9th day of July, 1647 and in the three and twentieth year of the raign of our soveraign Lord Charles, by the grace of God, King of England, Scotland, France, and Ireland, defender of the faith, &c.. [Np]: [London], 1647.
[Neville], [Henry](1620-94). An Exact Diurnall of the Parliament of Ladies. Ordered by the Ladyes in Parliament, That they declare the Prince Rupert, Lord Digby, Lord Capell, Lord Cottington, Dr. Williams, Mr. Walter, L. Hopton, L. Culpepper, Dr. Duppa; Sir Greenvill L. Jermine, and Major Gen. Virey, Have all had their Pardons granted to them by this Covrt. London: Np, 1647.
[Neville], [Henry](1620-94). The Ladies, A Second Time, Assembled in Parliament. A Continuation of the Parliament of Ladies. Their Votes, Orders, and Declarations. Die Martis August 2, 1647. Ordered by the Ladies assembled in Parliament, that their Votes, Orders, and Declarations, be forthwith Printed and Published. T. Temple. Cler. Mrs Martha Peele Messenger. [London]: Np, 1647.
[Neville], [Henry](1620-94). The Parliament of Ladies. Or, Divers remarkable passages of Ladies in Spring-Garden; in Parliament Assembled. Vespre Veneris Martis: 16. 1647. Ordered by the Ladies in Parliament Assembled, That their Orders and Votes be forthwith Printed and published, to prevent such misreports and scandals, which either malice, or want of wit, hightned with snoffes of Ale or stayned Claret may cause, in the dishonour of the said Votes and Parliament. Betrice Kingsmill Clar. Parliament. London: Np, 1647.
[Neville], [Henry](1620-94). A Parliament of Ladies With Their Lawes Newly Enacted. [London]: Np, 1647.
[Fletcher], [John](1759-1625), and [Massinger], [Philip](1583-1640). The Sea-Voyage In Comedies and Tragedies Written by Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher Gentlemen. Never printed before, And now published by the Authors Originall Copies. London: Ptd. for Humphrey Robinson, and for Humphrey Moseley, 1647.

1640

Brome, Richard(1590-1652). The Antipodes: A Comedie. Acted in the yeare 1638 by the Queenes Majesties Servants, at Salisbury Court in Fleet-street. London: Ptd. by J. Okes, for Francis Constable, 1640.
Stoughton, John(1593-1639). Felicitas Ultimi Saeculi: Epistola In Qua, Inter Alia, Calamitosus aevi praesentis status seriò deploratur, certa felicioris posthac spes ostenditur, & ad promovendum publicum Ecclesiae & Rei literariae bonum omnes excitantur: In gratiam Amici cujusdam paulo ante obitum, Edited by Hartlib, Samuel(c. 1600-1662). London: Typis Richardi Hodgkinson, 1640.
Hamond, Wa[lter]. A Paradox. Prooving, That the Inhabitants of the Isle, called Madagascar, or St. Lavrence, (In Temporal Things), are the happiest People in the World. Whereunto is prefixed, a briefe and true Description of that Island: The Nature of the Climate, and condition of the Inhabitants, and their speciall affection to the English above other Nations. With most probable Arguments of a hopefull and fit Plantation of a Colony there, in respect of the fruitfulnesse of the Soyle, the benignity of the Ayre, and the relieving of our English Ships, both to and from the East Indies. London: Ptd. for Nathaniell Butter, 1640.
Carew, Thomas Esquire. One of the Gentlemen of the Privie-Chamber and Sewer in Ordinary to His Majesty(1594/95-1639/40). "To Saxham" In Poems. London: Ptd. by I.D. for Thomas Walkey, 1640.

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