Manuscript Pamphleteering in Early Stuart England

531 texts available.

The Ambassador's Idea (13 July 1638)

1 witness

No manuscript details.

The Anatomy of Oppression (1604)

1 witness

No manuscript details.

The Antiquity of Parliaments in England with the Dignity and Orders Thereof (1614?)

5 witnesses

No manuscript details.

The Arguments Exhibited in Parliament Regarding Contempt in Chancery (c.1572) Images available Transcript available

1 witness

Norfolk Record Office, RYE 20

The Arguments Made in the Greate Case of Habeas Corpus (22 November 1627) Images available Transcript available

27 witnesses

British Library, Additional MS 35331

The Arraignment of Ann Turner, Widow, at the King's Bench (7 November 1615)

17 witnesses

No manuscript details.

The Arraignment of Sir Gervase Elwes, Lieutenant of the Tower (16 November 1615)

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No manuscript details.

The Arugment of the Commons Concerning the Liberties of the Person and Every Free Man, with the Objections of the King's Council (No date) Images available Transcript available

1 witness

Norfolk Record Office, AYL/192

Before the Lords, For Refusing to Pay the Forced Loan (1627)

14 witnesses

No manuscript details.

Book of Observations (No date)

12 witnesses

No manuscript details.

A Breviary of the History of England from William I entitled the Conqueror (No date)

6 witnesses

No manuscript details.

A Brief Abstract Showing How all the Kings of England from William the Conqueror, to the end of Queen Elizabeth, have raised money in the time of their wants and necessities (c.1626-1628)

4 witnesses

No manuscript details.

A Brief Consideration of the Two Kingdoms in the Hands of One King (Post-1603) Images available Transcript available

2 witnesses

British Library, Additional MS 11600

A Brief Diary of the Case in Star Chamber of the Merchant Strangers for Buying and Transporting Gold and Silver (c.1618)

2 witnesses

No manuscript details.

A Brief Discourse Concerning Free Trade (No date)

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Brief Discourse Touching the Happy Union of the Kingdoms of England and Scotland (1605)

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A Brief Relation of Certain Special and Most Material Passages and Speeches in the Star Chamber Occasioned and Delivered June the 14th 1637 at the Censure of Those Three Worthy Gentlemen Dr Bastwicke, Mr Burton and Mr Prynne (1637) Images available Transcript available

11 witnesses

British Library, Additional MS 21935

Cadiz Expedition Narratives (1625)

4 witnesses

No manuscript details.

The Canvas of Cambridge (June 1626) Images available Transcript available

7 witnesses

British Library, Additional MS 22591

Case Against William Prynne and Michael Sparkes in Star Chamber (1634)

8 witnesses

No manuscript details.