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An Honourable and Worthy Speech, spoken in the High Court of Par
liament, by Mr. Smith, of the Middle-Temple, October 28, 1641, concerning the regulating of the King's Majesty's Prerogative, and the Liberties of the Subjects. With a Motion for the speedy Redress of all Grievances, under which the Church and State do lie. London, printed by Bernard Alsop, 1641, Quarto, containing eight
pages. Cases of Treason. Written by Sir Francis Bacon, Knight, his Majes
ty's Solicitor-general. Printed at London, by the Assigns of John Moore, and are sold by Matthew Walbanck, and William Coke,
Anno 1641. Quarto, containing thirty-eight pages. The Speech
of the Lord Digby, in the High Court of Parliament, concerning. Grievances. Printed for Thomas Walkely, 1641, Quarto,
containing twelve pages. The Judges' Judgment; a Speech penned in the beginning of the Par
liament against the Judges, Per ignotum quendam. Printed for
John Ashton, 1641. Quarto, containing twelve pages.
Divines, in 1641. Omitted in his other works, and never before
Quarto, containing sixteen pages.
bury and his Physician; wherein he desireth the Doctor to have a
containing six pages. A Speech spoken in the House of Commons, by the Reverend Father
in God, Robert, lord bishop of Coventry and Litchfield. Being brought to the bar to answer for himself. London, printed by R. B. for Richard Lownds, and are to be sold at his shop without Ludgate,
1641. Quarto, containing six pages. Certain Select Observations on the several offices, and officers, in the
Militia of England, with the power of the Parliament to raise the same, as they shall judge expedient, &c. Collected and found among the papers of the late Mr. John Pymn, a Member of the House of Commons, writ in the year 1641, M. S.