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Image for A List of the Members of Both Houses of Parliament That Were Forceably Secluded by the Army in the year, 1648. Or since excluded by a few of their fellow Members confirming that which they formerly disowned.

A List of the Members of Both Houses of Parliament That Were Forceably Secluded by the Army in the year, 1648. Or since excluded by a few of their fellow Members confirming that which they formerly disowned.

By: BROADSIDE

Price: £750.00

Publisher: Printed and Sold by John Morphew, 1707.:

Seller ID: 38756


Broadside, 385 x 285 mm. Old fold, a little worn on the folds, trimmed a little close to the text but with no loss. Not recorded on ESTC. View more info

Image for A List of All the Lord Mayors, That Governed this Honourable City of London, from the the [sic] Year, 1191. To the Seventh Year of Her Majesties Reign, 1709.

A List of All the Lord Mayors, That Governed this Honourable City of London, from the the [sic] Year, 1191. To the Seventh Year of Her Majesties Reign, 1709.

By: BROADSIDE

Price: £450.00

Publisher: Printed and sold by B. Bragge, 1709.:

Seller ID: 38757


Broadside, 360 x 215 mm. Unevenly trimmed, a little wear on old folds. ESTC lists 2 locations [Guildhall and National Library of Scotland]. View more info

Image for A List of all the Earls, Lords, Knights, Commanders, Gentlemen, that were Slain in the late great Rebellion, in defence of King Charles the I. As also those Executed by High-Courts of Justice or law-Martial.

A List of all the Earls, Lords, Knights, Commanders, Gentlemen, that were Slain in the late great Rebellion, in defence of King Charles the I. As also those Executed by High-Courts of Justice or law-Martial.

By: BROADSIDE

Price: £750.00

Publisher: Printed and sold by B. Bragg, 1707.:

Seller ID: 38758


Broadside, 305 x 350 mm. Unevenly trimmed and with a little wear on old folds. Not recorded on ESTC. View more info

Image for The First Part of the City and County Remebrancer, being an account of the names of 92 of the King’s Judges, Whereas 58 Signed the Dead Warrant: and the Names of the 33 Witnesses that Swore away His Majesties Life, also the First Days Tryal of Charles I...

The First Part of the City and County Remebrancer, being an account of the names of 92 of the King’s Judges, Whereas 58 Signed the Dead Warrant: and the Names of the 33 Witnesses that Swore away His Majesties Life, also the First Days Tryal of Charles I...

By: BROADSIDE

Price: £500.00

Publisher: Printed and sold by J. Morphew, 1707.:

Seller ID: 38759


Broadside, 460 x 280 mm. Woodcut illustration of the execution of Charles I. A little worn on the folds. At some time the bottom third has been separated from the upper section and then rejoined with some slight loss from one line of text. ESTC records the Bodleian and Harvard only. View more info

Image for The City and County Remembrancer For the Year of Our Lord God. 1707. Concerning divers Remarkable Things profitable and necessary to be known by all sorts of Persons.

The City and County Remembrancer For the Year of Our Lord God. 1707. Concerning divers Remarkable Things profitable and necessary to be known by all sorts of Persons.

By: BROADSIDE

Price: £500.00

Publisher: Printed by G. Croom and sold by B. Bragg, 1707.:

Seller ID: 38760


Broadside. 385 x 235 mm. Trimmed close to the margins, creased. Apart from a calendar marking the Saints’ days this also lists names of the Regicides and others involved in the trial and execution of Charles I and a copy of the Warrant for the Trying and Judging of the King, etc. ESTC notes Harvard as the sole location. View more info

Image for By the King, a Proclamation, For Observation of the Thirtieth Day of January, as a Day of Fast and Humliation, according to the late Act of Parliament for that purpose.

By the King, a Proclamation, For Observation of the Thirtieth Day of January, as a Day of Fast and Humliation, according to the late Act of Parliament for that purpose.

By: BROADSIDE

Price: £750.00

Publisher: Printed by the Assigns of John Bill and Christopher Barker, 1674.:

Seller ID: 38761


Broadside. 385 x 265 mm. Unevenly trimmed, a little split along old folds. Originally issued as a folded 4 page folio in 1661, this is the 2nd edition, the first in broadside form. 30th January was the anniversary of the execution of Charles I and his son, Charles II declared this a special day of remembrance in his memory after he was restored to the throne in 1660. View more info