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Whitelock, Bulstrode
Whitelock, Bulstrode (Sir)
Whitelocke, Bulstr
Whitelocke, Bulstrode
Whiteloke, Bulstrode
Whitlock, Bulstrode
Whitlock (Lord)
Whitlocke, Bulstrode
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1605-1675 or 1676
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Anglesey, Arthur Annesley Earl of, 1614-1686
British Academy
England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II)
Morton, Charles
Penn, William (1644-1718)
Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Reeve, Henry (1813-1895)
Spalding, Ruth
Welwood, James (1652-1727)
Whitelocke, R.H.
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Bulstr. Whitelockes Dag-bok öfver dess ambassade til Sverige, åren 1653 och 1654. Öfversatt ifrån engelskan. Upsala, tryckt hos Johan Edman, på egen bekostnad, år 1777, 1777:
Contemporaries of Bulstrode Whitelocke 1605-1675 : biographies, illustrated by letters and other documents
diary of Bulstrode Whitelocke, 1605-1675, The
essays ecclesiastical and civil
Essays, ecclesiastical & civil containing learned and judicious descourses on several subjects...
hist. brit. comm. iii.
History of England, or Memorials of the English affairs, from the suppos'd expedition of Brute to this island, to the end of the reign of king James the First, by Sir Bulstrode Whitlocke,... Publish'd from his original manuscript by William Penn,... To which is prefix'd the author's life and a preface by James Welwood,..., The
Journal of the Swedish Ambassy 1653 and 1654 from the Commonwe*. -, A
Journal of the Swedish ambassy in the years M. DC. LIII and M. DC. LIV from the commonwealth of England, Scotland and Ireland, written by the ambassador the lord commissioner Whitelocke, with an appendix of original papers..., A
journal of the Swedish embassy in the years 1653 and 1654, A : impartially written by Bulstrode Whitelocke
journal of the Swedish embassy, in the years MDCLIII and MDCLIV. From the commonwealth of England, Scotland, and Ireland., A
[Life of Sir Bulstrode Whitlocke, The
Lives of all the Lords Chancellors, Lords Keepers ... 1712:
Memoirs, biographical and historical of Bulstrode Whitelocke
memorials of english affairs from the supposed expedition of brace to this island to the end of the reign of james i
memorials of the english affairs from the beginning of the reign of charles i …
Memorials of the English affairs from the beginning of the reign of Charles the First to the happy restoration of King Charles the Second.
Memorials of the English affairs, from the suppos'd expedition of *. -
Memorials of the English affairs, or an historical account of what passed from the beginning of the reign of King Charles 1 to King Charles 2 his happy restoration, Containing the publick transactions ...
Memorials of the English affairs, or, An historical account of what passed from the beginning of the reign of King Charles the First, to King Charles the Second his happy restauration : containing the publick transactions, civil and military : together with the private consultations and secrets of the cabinet.
message from the House of Commons ... Feb. 22, 1642. -, The
Monarchy asserted. -
Mr Bulstrode Whitlock's account of his embassy to Sweden, deliver'd to the parliament, in the year 1654 : Together with the defensive alliance concluded between Great-Britain and Sweden, in the year 1700. Under the reign of the late k. William.
notes on the kings writ for choosing members of parliament …
Notes uppon the kings writt for choosing members of Parlement, XIII. Car. II
or, an historical account of wha*. -
or an historical account of what*. -
quench not the spirit
speech .... -, The
Whit's notes uppon the Kings Writings. -
Whitelockes notes uppon the kings writt for choosing members of Parlement, XIII. Car. II : being disquisitions on the government of England by ‌King, Lords, and Commons
Whitelockes Notes uppon the kings writt for choosing members of Parlement XIII., Car. II, being disquisitions on the government of England by kings, lords and commons. Published by Charles Morton,...
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