Manuscript Pamphleteering in Early Stuart England

531 texts available.

A Discourse of the State of Spain (1607) Images available Transcript available

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British Library, Additional MS 4149

A Discourse of the Union (1604)

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No manuscript details.

A Discourse to Prove that a Conjunction by Alliance of England & Spain is the Most Safe Honourable & Profitable Course for Both the Monarchies, Especially for Spaine (No date)

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A Discourse to prove that conjunction by alliance of marriage of England and Spain is the most safe, honorable and profitablest course for both the monarchies (September 1607) Images available Transcript available

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British Library, Additional MS 4149

Discourse to the Lords of the Council of State in Spain (1605-1609?) Images available Transcript available

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British Library, Additional MS 11600

A Discovery of the Hollanders’ Trades (No date)

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Discovery of the Jesuits' College at Clerkenwell (1628)

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The Disparity and Difference Between George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham, and Robert Devereux, Earl of Essex (1630s?)

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Diurnal Occurrences (1640-1641)

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The Earl of Strafford Characterized in a Letter (1641)

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England's Epinomis (No date)

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The English Catholics' Letter to James I (1603) Transcript available

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British Library, Stowe MS 180

The English Catholics' Letter to James I (1603) Transcript available

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British Library, Additional MS 44848

Essay of a King (No date)

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The Etymology, Antiquity and Authority of Sheriffs and their Deputies (No date)

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Examinations of Peter Heyman, John Eliot, Miles Hubbard and Denzil Holles (1629)

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Examinations of the Earl of Southampton, the earl of Oxford, Sir Edwin Sandys, and John Selden (July 1621)

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Exceptions Against the Etcaetera Oath (1640) Images available Transcript available

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British Library, Harley MS 4931

Explanation of the Pacification of Berwick (1639) Transcript available

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British Library, Additional MS 11045

Extract from a letter describing events in Parliament and in London (c.1640) Transcript available

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Surrey History Centre, 1248/1