A declaration of severall observations to the reader worthy of perusall, concerning the cause of the subjects grievances hereunder expressed
T. A.,
London. Printed for Jane Coe ..., 1645.. 1 sheet ([1] p.).

A declaration of some proceedings of Lt. Col. John Lilburn, and his associates: with some examination, and animadversion upon papers lately prited ...: One called The earnest petition of many free-born people of this kingdome; another, The mournfull cries of many thousand poor tradesmen, who are ready to famish for want of bread ... Also a letter sent to Kent. Likewise a true relation of Mr. Masterson's ...
London. H. Harward,. 1648.. [2], 62 p..

A Declaration of the affections, intentions and resolutions of our brethren in Scotland for the peace and safety of both kingdomes: whereby the reader may observe how the present condition of this kingdome runs parallel with theirs then : God grant us now the like courage, affections, and resolutions, not to betray our King and Parliament : and therein our religion, lawes, liberties, estates, lives, and the whole kingdome : vnder a blinde and false pretence of standing for the King, and so to betray all to the will of our perfidious enemies.
London. for R. Harford ...,. Iune 20, 1642.. [2], 6 p..

A Declaration of the afflictions and persecution of the Protestants in the marquisate of Saluce, belonging to the Duke of Savoy: shewing the faith and constancie of two martyrs put to death for religion in the said marquisate the 21 of Ocber 1619 : also other letters sent to the King from the reformed churches in France, now assembled at Loudun : with an edict made by the French king the ninth of Nouember last past, wherein the Prince of Conde is declared innocent and thereby enlarged of his imprisonment
London. Printed for Ralph Rounthwaite,. 1620.. [2], 24 p..

¬A¬ declaration of the afflictions and persecutions of the protestants in the marquisate of Saluce: Also other letters sent to the king, from the reformed churches in France ; With an edict made by the French king, the ninth of November last past ; wherein the prince of Conde is declared innocent
London. Rounthwaite. 1620. 24 S..

A Declaration of the agreement of the 11. of Janvary, betwixt His Majesty and the inhabitants of the county of Oxon: for provisions for His Majesties horses billited in this county.
Printed ..., at Oxford. by Leonard Lichfield ...,. Ianuary 16, 1642.. 8 p..

A Declaration of the Army concerning the Kings Majesty, the Prince of Wales, and the citizens of London: agreed upon by the officers and souldiers under the command of the Lord Gen. Fairfax : to be read and published throughout the respective counties within the kingdom of England and dominion of Wales : and a remonstrance thereupon, touching the proceedings of the King and both Houses of Parliament, together with a letter read in both Houses containing a charge against all those who shall act contrary to the lawes of the land ...
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax,
London. Printed for R. Williamson ...,. 1648.. [2], 6 p. ;.

¬A¬ declaration of the army of England upon their march into Scotland ... 19 Julii, 1650
[Anr. ed.]. Edinburgh. Tyler. 1650. 44 S..

¬A¬ declaration of the army of England upon their march into Scotland ... 19 Julii, 1650
[Anr. ed.]. Newcastle. S. B.. 1650. 17 S..

A Declaration of the besieged soldiers in the city of Colchester and their resolution concerning the surrendring of the said city: also the planting two demi-canon against it, and the battering down part of Saint Maries Church, and how a partie of the Lord Cepel's shavers issued forth ef [sic] Buttolphs-gate, aud [sic] set upon our pioneers, and tooke some prisoners, and hewed one of our men to peeces with their sythes : moreover the taking of divers horse from underneath the walls, and the killing of one of their commanders, together with a true relation of the proceedings betwixt the Scots and Major Generall Lambert, and the last news from Portsmouth
London printed. [s.n.],. 1648. [2], 6 p.

¬A¬ declaration of the bountifull loving-kindness
Forster, Mary
[London]. 1669. 11 S..

A declaration of the bountifull loving-kindness of the Lord: manifested to His hand-maid Mary Harris, who stood idle in the market-place till the eleventh hour, yet then received her penny ... as also a few words of encouragement from experience to any who knows the name of the Lord in the least measure, to fear the Lord, and trust in His mercies.
Forster, Mary,
[London?] printed. [s.n.],. 1669.. 11 p..

¬A¬ declaration of the bountiful loving-kindness of the Lord
Forster, Mary
[Anr. ed.]. London. Sowle. 1693. 12 S..

¬A¬ declaration of the causes, for the which, wee Frederick, have accepted of the crowne of Bohemia [7 Nov. 1619]: [A trans.]
Friedrich <Pfalz, Kurfürst, V.>
[Anr. ed.]. [London]. [Jones? or Stansby?]. 1620. 24 S..

¬A¬ declaration of the causes mooving the queene to give aide in the lowe countries
London. Barker. 1585.

¬A¬ Declaration of the causes mouning the Queenes Maiestie of England, to prepare and send a navy to the seas, for the defence of her realmes against the King of Spaines forces ...
[Nachdr. d. Ausg. London, 1596]. Amsterdam u.a.. Theatrum Orbis Terrarum u.a.. 1973.

¬A¬ declaration of the causes moving the Queenes Maiestie of England, to prepare and send a navy to the seas
Amsterdam. Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1973. 3 Bl.. The English experience ; 507.

¬A¬ declaration of the causes moving the Queenes Maiestie to send a navy to the seas
London. Barker. 1596.

A declaration of the causes which mooued the chiefe commanders of the nauie of Her Most Excellent Maiestie the Queene of England in their voyage and expedition for Portingal: to take and arrest in the mouth of the riuer of Lisbone certaine shippes of corne and other prouisions of warre bound for the said citie, prepared for the seruices of the King of Spaine in the ports and prouinces within and about the sownde : the 30. day of Iune, in the yeere of Our Lord 1589 and of Her Maiesties raigne the one and thirtie.
Elizabeth ; Beale, Robert, ; Barker, Christopher,
Imprinted at London. By the deputies of Christopher Barker, printer to the Queenes Most Excellent Maiestie,. 1589.. [2], 11 [i.e. 21], [1] p..

¬A¬ declaration of the causes, which mooued the chiefe commanders of the nauie of her most excellent Maiestie the Queene of England, in their voyage and expedition for Portingal, to take and arrest in the mouth of the riuer of Lisbone, certaine shippes of corne and other prouisions of warre bound for the said citie: prepared for the seruices of the King of Spaine, in the ports and prouinces within and about the Sownde, the 30. day of Iune, in the yeere of our Lord 1589. and of her Maiesties raigne the one and thirtie
Beale, Robert
Imprinted at London. By the deputies of Christopher Barker, printer to the Queenes most excellent Maiestie. 1589.

¬A¬ declaration of the causes, which mooved the commanders of the navie to take certaine shippes of corne
London. Barker. 1589.

A declaration of the cavses,: which mooved the chiefe commanders of the nauie of Her Most Excellent Maiestie the Queene of England, in their voyage and expedition for Portingal, to take and arrest in the mouth of the riuer of Lisbone, certaine shippes of corne and other prouisions of warre bound for the said citie, prepared for the seruices of the King of Spaine, in the ports and prouinces within and about the sownde, the 30. day of Iune, in the yeere of Our Lord 1589. and of Her Maiesties raigne the one and thirtie.
Beale, Robert,
London, . Imprinted by the deputies of C. Barker, printer to the Queenes Most Excellent Maiestie,. 1589.. [2], 11 (i.e. 21) p..

¬A¬ declaration of the cavses, which mooved the commanders of the nauie of Her most excellent Maiestie the Queene of England, in their voyage and expedition for Portugal, to take and arrest in the mouth of the Riuer of Lisbone, certaine Shippes of corne and other prouisions of ware bound for the said Citie: prepared for the seruices of the King of Spaine, in the Ports and Prouinces within ...

A declaration of the Commissioners for Visitation of Universities and for placing and displacing of ministers in Scotland, against praying or preaching for the pretended King of Scotland: with some reasons given by some of the ministers oEdinburgh why they cannot in conscience omit to pray for him : together with an ansvver to the said reasons ...
Friend of the Commonwealth.
Printed at Leith. [s.n.],. 1653.. 16 p..

A declaration of the commissioners of the General Assembly to the whole Kirk and kingdome of Scotland: concerning present dangers and duties relating to the covenant and religion.
[London]. Printed at Edinburgh by Evan Tyler ... and re-printed at London for Robert Bostock ...,. 1648.. 16 p. ;.

A declaration of the commissioners of the Generall Assembly to the whole kirk and kingdome of Scotland, concerning present dangers and duties, relating to the covenant, and religion.
Tyler, Evan,
Printed at Edinburgh, . by E. Tyler,. 1648.. 16 p..

A declaration of the Committee for the Militia: concerning the penalties that are to be inflicted upon those of the trained-bands that exempt themselves in this present expedition : together with a declaration of the Commons assembled in rliament for the raising of money, plate, and horse to be imployed for the aid and assistance of the Lord Fairfax.
[London?]. Printed for Edward Husbands,. October 18, 1643.. 7 p..

A declaration of the Commons assembled in Parliament: for bringing to condigne punishment those that have raised false and scandalous rumors against the House how that they intend to assesse every mans pewter and lay exciz[e]s upon other commodities : as also further directions to His Excellence the Earle of Essex generall of the army and to the committee for his assistance in the army appointed by both Honses [sic] of Parliament
England and Wales.
London. Printed for Richard Best,. October 10, 1642. [8] p.

A declaration of the Commons assembled in Parliament;: concerning the rise and progresse of the grand rebellion in Ireland ... With some letters and papers of great consequence of the Earl of Antrims ... Also some letters of mart, which were granted by the Lord Mohun, Sir Ralph Hopton, &c. And likewise another from the rebells in Ireland, who term themselves, the Supreme Councel for the Catholique Cause.
Husband, Edward,
London, . Printed for E. Husbands,. 1643.. 63 p..

A declaration of the Commons assembled in Parliament: concerning false rumours and reports, which an ill-affected party hath raised amongst divers of the inhabitants of Westmerland, Cumberland, Bishoprick of Durham, Newcastle, and Northumberland, against the Parliament, in perswading them, that the Parliament intendeth to take away the tenants rights of those counties.
London. Printed by L.N. for E. Husbands and J. Frank,. Decemb. 17. 1642.. [6] p..

A declaration of the Commons assembled in Parliament: that the ayd and assistance of the Lord Generall, Lord Fairfax, and Sir William Waller shall especially and respectively be recommended to the committee of the militia in London, and who so shall do any thing herein, it shall be taken as an acceptable service : with an order enabling the majors, or other chief officers of severall cities and towns corporate within the counties of Kent, Sussex, Surrey, and Hampshire to receive the severall sums of money, horse, or plate, already subscribed or to be subscribed : also another order concerning collectors.
London. Printed for Edw. Husbands,. July 18, 1643.. 7 p..

A declaration of the Commons assembled in Parliament: upon two letters sent by Sir John Brooks ... to Sir William Killegrew at Oxford ... giving his advice how the King should proceed in the Treaty upon the propositions for peace presenteunto him by the Parliament : with the names of the lords, baronets, knights, esquires, gentlemen, ministers, and freeholders indicted the last sessions at Granham of high-treason by Sir Peregrine Bartue and the said Sir John Brooks before themselves and other their fellow-cavaliers, rebels and traitors, commissioners appointed, as they say, for that purpose ... : also the ordinance of both Houses made the 17 of Decemb. 1642, that the pretended commissioners and any whom it may concern may know what to expect, that shall presume to molest the persons or estates of any for their service to the Parliament and Kingdom : with some abstracts of credible letter from Exceter who give a further relation concerning the late expedition under the command of Sergeant Major James Chudleigh against the Cornish.
... London. Printed for Edw. Husbands ...,. May 10, 1643.. 14 i.e. 16 p..

A declaration of the Commons assembled in Parliament, upon two letters sent by Sir John Brooks ... to Sir William Killegrew ...: giving his advice how the King should proceed in the treaty upon the propositions for peace, presented unto him by the Parliament ... Also, the ordinance of both Houses, made the 17 of Decemb. 1642. that the pretended commissioners, and all others ... may know what to expect, that shall presume to molest the persons or estates of any for their service to the Parliament ...
London, . Printed for E. Husbands,. 1643.. 8, 7-14 p..

¬A¬ declaration of the Commons in Parliament made September the 9th 1641
London. Printed by Robert Barker ..., and by the assignes of John Bill. 1641.

¬A¬ declaration of the Commons of England in parliament assembled: Expressing their reasons and grounds of passing the late resolutions touching no farther address or application to be made to the king. Die Veneris, 11. Febr. 1647
London. Husband. 1647. 37 S..

¬A¬ Declaration of the demeanor and cariage of Sir Walter Raleigh
[Nachdr. d. Ausg. London,1618]. Amsterdam u.a.. Theatrum Orbis Terrarum u.a.. 1970.

¬A¬ declaration of the demeanor and cariage of Sir Walter Raleigh, Knight, aswell in his voyage, as in and sithence his returne
Dublin. 1618.

¬A¬ declaration of the estate of clothing
May, John
Nachdr. d. Ausg. London 1613. Amsterdam. Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1971. 51 S.. The English experience. ; 400..
ISBN 90-221-0400-1

¬A¬ declaration of the estate of clothing now used within this realme of England
May, John
London. Islip. 1613.

¬A¬ declaration of the estate of clothing now used within this Realme of England
May, John
[Nachdr. d. Ausg. London, 1613]. New York u.a.. Da Capo Pr. u.a.. 1971.

¬A¬ declaration of the Estates of the kingdom of Scotland, ... eleventh day of April 1689
[Edinburgh]. Anderson?. [1689]. 8 S..

¬A¬ declaration of the faith and order owned
Nye, Philip
[Anr. ed.]. London. Allen. 1659. 94 S..

¬A¬ declaration of the faith and order owned
Nye, Philip
[Anr. ed.]. London. Ponder. 1688. 123 S..

¬A¬ declaration of the faithfull souldiers of the army ... shewing their resolution to stand by
London. 1659. 7 S..

A declaration of the faithfull souldiers of the army, to all the honest people of the nation: shewing their resolution to stand by the good old cause, and maintain the liberties and privileges of the subject : formerly printed in canting nguage, and now re-printed with explanations in the margent, for the better information of all such as desire to look to the bottom of their deceits.
London. [s.n.],. 1659.. 7 p..

¬A¬ declaration of the faith professed in the Palatinate: London, 1614
Rolte, John ¬[Übers.]¬
Amsterdam. Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1979. [16], 188 S.. The English experience ; 947.
ISBN 90-221-0947-X

¬A¬ declaration of the faurrable dealing of her Maiesties Commissioners appointed for the examination of certaine traitours
Cecil, William
[Mikrofilm-Ausg.]. London. 1583.

A declaration of the great affaires and matters of consequence
London. I. T.. [1642]. 8 S..

A Declaration of the great and weighty affayres and matters of consequence concerning this kingdome: also the severall orders made by the House of Parliament, March 22, 1641 : with some remarkeable occurrences from Holland and the kingdomof Ireland.
Hunt, Raphael, ; Newton, William,
London. Printed for John Thomas,. 1641.. [8] p..

¬A¬ declaration of the heads of severall letters, sent from the committee at York
London. I. T.. 1642.

A declaration of the high and mighty lords, the States of Holland, concerning the Parliament and common-wealth of England: with their instructions and decree given to the Lord High-Admiral Vantrump, for the taking of all English and Scottish ships: and his resolution to fight it out to the last man, against all those who shall engage against them: together with the advancing of the King of Scots standard; his royal message to 7 Chrisitan kings and princes: and L. Col. Lilburns letter to the Lord Gen. Cromwel
London. Printed for G. Horton. 1652.

A Declaration of the House of Commons in Parliament Assembled...: And a Copy of the Covenant between the Kings of England and the people, at their Coronation.
London. Printed by Robert Ibbitson ...,. 1648.. 6 p. ;.

A declaration of the House of Commons in Parliament assembled declaring 1. That the people are under God the originall of all just power, 2. That the Commons of England in Parliament assembled being chosen by, and representing, the people, have the supream power in this nation, 3. That whatsoever is enacted or declared for law by the House of Commons assembled in Parliament hath the force of law ...: and a copy of the covenant between the Kings of England and the people at their coronation.
London. Printed by Robert Ibbitson ...,. 1648.. [2], 6 p. ;.

A declaration of the House of Commons touching the breach of their priviledges and for the vindication thereof and of divers members of the said house &c.: wherein is likewise contayned first a remonstrance of the present state of divers ings in and about the city of London, Westminster and Parliament-house ... : 2. the examination of His Majesties attourny [sic] generall by the House of Commons ... : 3. seaven articles of high treason against Coronell Lunsford, together with an order of both Houses for the speedy apprehension of the Lord Digby and the afore said Lunsford ... : 4. the wonderfull deliverance of foure honorable peeres of this land ... : 5. the votes of both Houses of Parliament against those eleven bishops which were accused of high treason, &c. : 6. the advice sent from His Majesties commissioners in Scotland to both the honouralbe Houses of Parliament in England, Ianuary the 15, 1641 ... : 7. the sea-mens protestation : lastly, how two boats laden with great Saddles ...
London. Printed for Fr. Coules and T. Bankes,. 1641.. 8 p..

A declaration of the Hovse of Commons in vindication of divers members of their house: from a false and scandalous pamphlet intituled, The humble petition of Captian William Booth of Killingholm, in the county of Lincoln : which, together with an affidavit annexed, was delivered to His Majestie at York
London. Printed by Luke Norton and John Field, for Edward Husbands and Iohn Franck,. July 22, 1642. 8 p.

A declaration of the Irish armie in Ulster: sent to the Parlament in a letter from William Basill, Esquire, Atturney [sic] General of Ireland, which letter and declaration are ordered by the Parlament to bee [sic] printed, and were referred to the Council of State to see it don[e] accordingly
Basill, William ; Private pen
London. Printed by William Du-gard, by the appointment of the Council of State. 1650. Online-Ressource.

¬A¬ declaration of the iust causes mooving her maiestie to send a navie, and armie to the seas, and toward Spaine
London. Barker. 1597. 7 S..

¬A¬ declaration of the iust causes mooving her maistie to send a navie and armie to the seas, and toward Spaine
London. Barker. 1597. 8 S..

A declaration of the iust causes of His Majesties proceeding against those ministers, who are now lying in prison, attainted of high treason
Barker, Robert,
Imprinted at London. By Robert Barker ...,. anno 1606.. [2], 45, [1] p. ;.

¬A¬ declaration of the just causes of his Majesties proceeding against those ministers attainted of high treason: Set foorth by his Majesties Counsell of Scotland
Londo359 hrsg. von Harald Weigel. Bautz. 1993. 907 S. : Ill.. Bibliothemata ; 10.
ISBN 3-88309-045-X

A declaration of the kingdome of Scotland, to the Parliament of England: together with the answer of the Commissioners for the kingdom of Scotland, to both Houses of Parliament upon the new propositions of peace, and the foure bills to beent to His Majesty.
Printed at Edinburgh. by Evan Tyler ;. 1647.. [2], 39 [i.e. 31] p..

A Declaration of the Kings resolution of bring up his armie to the citie of London: Prince Robert also having joyned his forces with the Kings armie : also the noble resolution of the Earle of Essex his excellence, to hinder and prevent t passage of the Kings armie by breaking downe divers bridges and planting of ordnance to oppose their comming : being a warning for the citie now to be arming and to shew their valiant courage in the defence of this honourable citie of London.
London. Printed for Iohn Ashton,. 1642.. 8 p..

A Declaration of the Lord Baltemore's plantation in Mary-land.
Carr, Lois Green.
[Annapolis]. Maryland Hall of Records Commission, Dept. of General Services,. c1983.. xxv, 18, 8 p..

A declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Paliament [sic]: for the raising of forces, both horse and foot in severall parts of this kingdom, to resist, suppresse, subdue, and pursue : kill and slay and to put to execution : and all means to destory such papists, and ill affected persons who have traiterously combined together and entred into association : and which have already raised great forces both horse and foot in severall counties of this kingdom and have plundered, spoyled and destroyed multitudes of His Maiesties good subjects : together with certain instructions for the lord lieutenants, deputy-lievtenants and other officers and commanders in the county of Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex, Cambridge, the Ile of Ely, Hartford and the county of the city of Norwich : as also the resolution and association of the afore said counties.
London. Printed for Edw. Husbands and Joh. Franks,. 1642.. 8 p..

A declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parlament [sic]
1999. 1 Bd. (ohne Seitenzählung).

¬A¬ declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in parliament: Concerning h. Maj. advancing of his Army towards London
o. O.. 1642.

A declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: that all colonels, captaines, and other officers with all other well-affected persons inhabiting in the severall counties of Hampshire the towne and county of Southhampton, Ssex, Surrey and Kent shall and may associate themselves in the mutuall defence and preservation of each other : and shall have power to rayse forces of horse and foot to suppresse all such as are or shall be raysed to leaveie warre against the Parliament or that make any insurrection, plunder, and destroy His Majesties good subjects in those counties.
Waller, William, ; Essex, Robert Devereux,
[S.l.. s.n.,. 1643]. 7-14 p..

A declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: concerning His Majesties late proclamation threatning fire and sword to all inhabitants in the county of Oxford and Berks and parts adjacent, that will not bring in all theirrovisions for men and horse to the garrison of Oxford : with the resolution of both Houses thereupon for the hazard their lives and fortunes to prevent these miseries and secure those places and the whole kingdome.
London. Printed for Iohn Wright ...,. April 23, 1644.. [2], 6 p..

A declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: concerning the present lamentable and miserable condition of Ireland, the poore Protestants in some places being forced to kill their horses to siatsfie their hunger, and vermany others having perished by famine : with some sad and serious motives propounded by both houses, to all pious and well affected Englishmen for their speedy reliefe, a thing earnestly to be intended, considering what courses are now set on foot at Oxford for bringing those barbarous rebels into this kingdom : whereunto are added the severall propositions made by the committies of the House of Commons, and the committee of adventurers chosen in London out of the body of adventurers and ratified by the House for the more perfect incouragement of all that with well to the generall cause of religion the relieving of the Protestant brethren in Ireland, and the safety of the state and kingdome.
London. Printed by George Miller,. June 24, 1643.. 13 [i.e. 15] p..

A declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: concerning the present lamentable estate and miserable condition of Ireland : the poore Protestants in some places being forced to kill their horses to satisfie their hunger,nd very many others having perished by famine : with some sad and serious motives propounded by both Houses to all pious and well affected Englishmen for their speedy reliefe, a thing earnestly to be intended, considering what courses are now set on foot at Oxford for bringing those barbarous rebels into this kingdome.
London. Printed for I. Wright ...,. Iune 17, 1643.. 8 p..

A declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: that all colonels, captaines and other officers with all other well affected persons inhabiting in the severall counties of Hampshire, the towne and county of Southhampton, Ssex, Surrey and Kent shall and may associate themselves in the mutuall defence and preservation of each other : and shall have power to raise forces of horse and foot to suppresse all such as are or shall bee raised to leayy warre against the Parliament, or shall make any insurrection, plunder and destroy His Majesties good subjects in those counties : and that the Lord Generall, the Earle of Essex, be desired to grant a commission to Sir William Waller, knight, to command in chiefe as Major Generall over the said forces.
London. Printed for John Wright ...,. November 6, 1643.. [2], 7 p..

A declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: with the advice and concurrence of the commissioners of Scotland to publish their proceedings upon His Majesties letter touching a treaty of peace : and to declare their resotions and endeavours to put an end to the unhappy distempers of the kingdome by a safe and well grounded peace.
London. Printed for Edward Husbands,. March 30, 1644.. 40 p..

A dec|Neurobiologie

¬The¬ Columbus papers: the Barcelona letter of 1493, the landfall controversy and the Indian guides ; a facs. ed. of the unique copy in the New York Public Library with an new Engl. transl.
Colombo, Cristoforo ; Obregón, Mauricio
New York. Macmillan u.a.. 1991. 85 S. : Ill., Kt..
ISBN 0-02-591045-0

Vision und Wandel: Neuorientierung und Transformation von Unternehmen
Wiesbaden . Gabler. cop. 1995. 238 S..

A declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: concerning a late difference betweene some officers of the English, and some of the Scottish nation, for the preservation of the peace, and mutuall amity betweene both kingdomes, against the seditious speeches of some ill affected persons who seeke to raise it to a nationall quarrell.: Also an ordinance of both houses, nominating and authorizing diverse persons in severall counties, to bee added to the committes for the weekely assessement ...
London, . Printed for John Wright,. 1642.. [8] p..

A declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: for the prevention of a ... wicked ... designe,: pursued by Sir Ralph Hopton and his adherents, rebells and traytors, in a warlike manner in Cornewall, and Devon, whereby ruine and destruction is now threatned by the Welch ... With an ordinance of both houses for the assessing of malignants in the ... county of Somerset ...
[London]. I. Wright,. Jan. 30. 1642.. [8] p..

A declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament concerning His Maiesties advancing of his army towards London ...: also how Sir Iohn Hinderson urged one David Alexander, a Scotchman, to kill Sir John Hotham and blow up the Parliaments magazine ... : whereunto is added severall votes of the Lords and Commons ..
London. Printed for Iohn Wright,. Octob. 17, 1642. [8] p.

A declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, concerning His Majesties advancing with his army toward London ...: Also, how Sir John Hinderson urged one David Alexander ... to kill Sir John Hotham, and blow up the Parliaments magazine ... Whereunto is added, severall votes of the Lords and Commons, for the searching of divers mens houses in the city ...
London, . I. Wright,. Octob. 17. 1642.. [8] p..

A declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, concerning His Majesties advancing with his army toward London ...: Also, how Sir John Hinderson urged one David Alexander a Scotchman, to kill Sir John Hotham, and blow up the Parliaments magazine ... Together with the depositions of ... David Alexander and Sir John Hinderson. Whereunto is added, Severall votes of the Lords and Commons, corrected ... to prevent false copies ...
London. E. Husbands and I. Franke,. Octob. 18. 1642.. 15 p..

A declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, concerning His Majesties advancing with his army toward London ...: also, how Sir Iohn Hinderson urged one David Alexander a Scotchman, to kill Sir Iohn Hotsham, and blow up the Parliaments magazine ... whereunto is added, severall votes of the lords and commons for the searching of divers mens houses in the city, and for the staying of the Kings revenue ...
London, . printed for I. Wright,. 1642.. [6] p..

A declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament concerning the papers of the Scots commissioners entituled The answer of the commissioners of the kingdom of Scotland to both Houses of Parliament upon the new propositions of peace and the four bills to be sent to His Majesty, and concerning the proceedings of the said commissioners in the Isle of Wight.
London. Printed for Edward Husband,. March 13, 1647 [i.e. 1648]. 95, [1] p. ;.

A declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, concerning the pressing necessities of this Kingdome ...
London. Printed for Iohn Wright ...,. January 10, 1642.. [8] p. ;.

A declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament declaring a full explanation of some particular passage in their late ordinance made this present December: concerning the contribution and assessement moneys to be raised forhe causes therein expressed.
London. Printed for Ed. Husbands and Joh. Francks,. Decemb. 8. 1642.. 6, [1] p..

A declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, for raising of all power: and force, as well trained bands as others, in severall counties of this Kingdom; to lead against all traitors and their adherents, and them to arrest, and imprison, and to fight with, kill, and slay all such as shall oppose any of His Majesties loving subjects that shall be imployed in this service by either or both Houses of Parliament.
London. Printed by L.N. and I.F. for Edward Husbands and John Franck,. 1642.. 7 p. ;.

A Declaration Of The Lords and Commons Assembled in Parliament, For the appeasing and quietting of all unlawfull Tumults and Insurrections in the severall Counties of England, and Dominion of Wales.: Die Veneris, Septemb. 2. 1642 ... Also an Ordinance of both Houses, for the suppressing of Stage-Playes ...
London, . Printed for Iohn Wright. 1642. [London, J. W. Jarvis & son,. 1886]. fold. facsim.: [8] p..

A Declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, for the raising of all power, and force, as well trained bands as others, in severall counties of this Kingdom: to lead against all traitors and their adherents, and them to arrest, and imprison, and to fight with, kill, and slay all such as shall oppose any of His Majesties loving subjects that shall be imployed in this service by either or both Houses of Parliament.
London. Printed by L.N. and I.F. for Edward Husbands and John Franck,. August 9, 1642.. 6 p. ;.

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A declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament for the raising of all power and force, as well trained bands as others, in severall counties of this kingdome: to lead against all traitors and their adherents, and them to arrest and imprison ... all such as shal oppose any of His Majesties loving subjects that shall be imployed in this service by either or both Houses of Parliament : with a relation of some late passages in Somerset ..
London. Printed for John Wright,. Aug. 10, 1642. [2], 6 p.

A declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament for the raising of all power and force, as well trained bands as others, in severall counties of this kingdome to lead them against all traitors and their adherents, and them to arrest, and imprison, and fight with, kill, slay all such as shall oppose any of His Majesties loving subjects that shall be imployed in this service by either or doth [sic] Houses of Parliamenl [sic]: also the votes of the Lords and Commons concerning divers deliquents in Somersetshire specified in the said declaration : likewise an order for the stay of all armes, ammunition, powder, or light-horses for service in the wars, and great saddles, that are or shall be carryed to the northern parts of England
Londom [sic]. Printeb [sic] for Thomas Banks and William Ley,. [1642]. 6, [2] p.

A declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament for the vindication of Ferdinando Lord Fairfax and divers other knights and gentlemen who were by Henry Earl of Cumberland and William Earl of Newcastle ... proclaimed traytors: the Lords and Commons do further declare the sayd Henry Earl of Cumberland, and William Earl of Newcastle ... to be guilty of high treason ..
London. Printed for John Franke and are to be sold at his shop ...,. February 4, [1643?]. 7 p.

¬A¬ declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, setting forth the grounds and reason, that necessitate them at this time to take defensive armes for the preservation of H. M. person
London. 1642.

A declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament that all such persons who shall advance present moneyes upon the credit of their late ordinance, for the carrying on the great affaires of this kingdome, shall be repaied ...: Also an order [of the House of Commons] for the restitution of such goods to the owners, as have bin violently taken from them ...
[London]. I. Wright,. Decemb. 3. 1642.. [8] p..

A declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament upon the statute of 5 H. 4, whereby the commission of array is supposed to be warranted: together with divers other statutes, whereby it appeares that the said commission is not warranted by any act of Parliament, that it is contrary to the laws and customes of the realme ... As also His Majesties letter to the sherif of Leicestershire to execute the said commission according to His Majesties proclamation. July 1. 1642 ...
London. Edw. Husbands and John Frank,. 1642.. [2], 22, 25-32 p. ;.

A declaration of the Lords and Commons Assembled in Parliament, with instrvctions for the Lords Lieutenants, Committees of Parliament, and other Officers and Commanders in the Counties of Warwick and Stafford ...
Overton, Henry,
Rochelle Park, N.J., . Hayden Book Co.. [1974]. 145 p..

A declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, with their resolution: that if Captaine Clifton, Capt. Catesby, Capt. Lilborne, Capt. Vivers, or any others, which are or shall be taken prisoners, by his Majesties army, sha be put to death, or any other hurt or violence offered to their persons, for their faithful endeavours in the Parliament's service, The like punishment shall be inflicted by death, or otherwise, upon such prisoners, as have been or shall be taken by the forces raised by authority of both Houses of Parliament : also that if judge Heath, or any other Minister of Justice shall do contrary to this Ordinance ...
[London]. Printed for John Wright,. 1642.. [8] p..

A declaration of the Lords and Commons ... concerning His Majesties advancing with his army toward London ...: Also, how Sir John Hinderson urged one David Alexander ... to kill Sir John Hotham, and blow up the Parliaments magazine ... Whereunto is added, severall votes of the Lords and Commons, for the searching of divers mens houses in the city ...
London. I. Wright,. Octob. 17. 1642.. [8] p..

A declaration of the Lords and Commons in Parliament: concerning His Maiesties late proclamation : also the declaration of 7 Edw. I which His Maiestie quotes in his proclamation : also that the Parliament hath proved the said proclamation to be void in law, and of none effect
London. Printed for T. Frank,. Decemb. 31, 1642. [2], 6 p.

A declaration of the Lords and Commons in Parliament: concerning the regulating of great inconveniences in His Excellencies army : also an order that all such foot-souldiers as have been constant in this service shall upon proclamation reir to their colours at the time appointed or within an hour after shall have half a crown and the horse-souldiers five shillings a piece over and above their pay.
[London]. Printed by John Field for Edward Husbands and John Frank ...,. Nov. 10, [1642]. 7 p..

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Online-Ressource..

A declaration of the Lords and Commons in Parliament assembled willing that no messenger or officer ... shall arrest, take, or carry away any of His Majesties subjects against their wils ...: as also the vindication of both houses of Parliament of the Earle of Stamford, and others, from His Maiesties imputation of treason : with certain instructions from His Majesty to all the judges of the Kingdome of England
London. Printed for John Wright,. July 28, 1642. 8 p.

A declaration of the Lords and Commons in Parliament, concerning His Maiesties late Proclamation.: Also the declaration of 7. Edw. 1. which his Maiestie quotes ...
Lomdon [sic] . Printed for T. Frank,. Decemb. 31, 1642.. [2], 6 p..

A declaration of the Lords and Commons now assembled in Parliament: concerning the miserable distractions and grievances this kingdome now heth in, by means of Jesuiticall and wicked councellors now about His Maiestie.
London. Printed for Edward Husband, and John Frank ...,. Iuly 13, 1642.. 8 p..

A declaration of the Lords and Commons now assembled in Parliament, concerning the miserable distractions and grievances this Kingdom now lieth in: by means of Jesuiticall and wicked councellors now about His Maiestie.
London. Printed for Edward Husbands, and John Frank,. 1642.. 8 p. ;.

A Declaration of the lords and gentry: and others of the provinces of Lemster, and Munster in the realm of Ireland, of their intentions towards the English and Scottish Protestants inhabiting in that kingdome, with a most pernitious oath ich they would have them take if to live amongst them, tending in effect to make all papists : with an order of the late Lords Justices of Ireland, Sir John Burlase, and Sir Henry Tichbourne, and Counsell of Ireland inhibiting the taking the solemn League and Covenant for reformation and defence of religion, the honour and happinesse of the King, and the peace and safety of the three Kingdomes of England, Scotland, & Ireland : with a proclamation by them set forth, according to the aforesaid order : with a copy of a letter written by the direction of the Lords spirituall and temporall, in the Parliament of that kingdome assembled, to severall commanders and officers of His Majesties army, and others in the kingdome of Ireland, requiring obedience to the said proclomation, with the substance of an oath agreed upon lately at Dublin in Ireland, against the taking of the solemn League & Covenant.
Tichborne, Henry, ; Burlase, John,
[London?]. Printed by R. W. for Christopher Meredith,. 1644.. [8] p..

¬A¬ declaration of the lords, and gentry, and others of the provinces of Lemster
[London]. Meredith. 1644.

A declaration of the Lords and Parliament assembled in Parliament: in answer to a proclamation set forth in His Majesties name concerning the receipt and payment of customs : whereunto is annexed the ordinance concerning the subsidie of tnage and poundage.
London. Printed for Lawrence Blaiklock ...,. 1642.. [2], 14 p..

¬A¬ declaration of the Lords in Parliament assembled concerning the committee sitting at Goldsmiths Hall for composition of delinquents estates
London. Printed for John Wright. 1974. 1 broadside.

¬A¬ declaration of the Lords of the secret councell
London. Johnson. 1642.

A declaration of the Lords of the Secret-Councell, and of the Generall-Assembly of the Kingdome and Kirke of Scotland,: containing the principall heads of the doctrine of that Kirk, and the true affection of that State to the Parliament-cause, notwithstanding their great opposition ...
London, . J. Johnson,. 1642.. 5 p..

A declaration of the Lords spiritual and Temporal, and the Commons in this present Parliament of Ireland assembled, concerning ecclesiastical government and the Book of common-prayer
[Dublin]. Imprinted at Dublin by William Bladen, by special order ...,. 1661.. 1 broadside..

¬A¬ declaration of the loyall resolution of ... Scotland
London. Streton. 1642.

¬A¬ declaration of the loyall resolution of the Kingdome of Scotland
London. 1642.

¬A¬ declaration of the loyalty of the citizens of London
London. Cooke. 1643.

A Declaration of the loyalty of the citizens of London to the King and Parliament: wherein their fidelity and true affection to the publicke good is clearly manifested by their voluntary contributions, personall actions, and strong fortifations for the safety of the King, Parliament and Kingdome.
London. Printed for T. Cooke,. 1643.. 8 p..

¬A¬ declaration of the lyfe and death of John Story
Story, John
London. Colwell. [1571]. 31 S..

A declaration of the noble resolution of the Earle of Essex His Excellence: concerning his intention in going forth with this great army consisting of 60000 now advancing forward under his honouable command, in the defence of the King andarliament, and the Protestant religion : with an excellent speech delivered vnto his honour immediately before his departure by the Lord Roberts, before divers Colonells and Captaines at Essex house to encourage the Earle in his proceedings and the justice of his cause being undertaken for the generall good of the kingdome.
Essex, Robert Devereux, ; Radnor, John Robartes,
London. Printed for T. Banks,. 1642.. [2], 6 p..

A declaration of the officers and company of sea-men abord His Majfsties [sic] ships, the Constant Reformation, the Convertine, the Swallow, the Antelope, the Satisfaction, the Hynd, the Roe-buck, the Crescent, the Pellican, the Black-more Lady lately rescued for His Majesties service: with an invitation to the rest of the fleet, and their brethren on land to joyne with them in their just undertakings
S.l.. Printed at Holland, and re-printed at London. 1648. 1 sheet ([1] p.).

A declaration of the Parlament of England, upon the marching of the armie into Scotland. Die Mercurii Junii 26. 1650. Ordered by the Parlament, that it bee referred to the Council of State, to see this declaration forthwith printed & published. Henrie Scobell Cler. Parl
London. printed by William Du-gard, by the appointment of the Council of State. anno 1650. Online-Ressource.

A declaration of the Parliament of Scotland, to all His Majesties good subjects of this Kingdom, concerning their resolutions for religion, king & kingdoms, in pursuance of the ends of the Covenant
Edinburgh. Printed by Evan Tyler ...,. 1648.. 15 p..

¬A¬ declaration of the people of England for a free-Parliament
Goodman, Michaell
S.l.. s.n. [1660]. 1 sheet([1] p.).

¬A¬ declaration of the people of God
Crook, John
London. Simmons. 1659. 8 S..

A declaration of the people's natural right to a share in the legislature: which is the fundamental principle of the British constitution of state
Sharp, Granville
Repr. [d. Ausg.] London, 1774. New York [u.a.]. 1971. 1984. XL, 244 S.. A Da Caoo Press reprint series.
ISBN 0-306-71955-X

A declaration of the people's natural right to a share in the legislature;: which is the fundamental principle of the British constitution of state.
Sharp, Granville,
[Boston]. London: printed. Boston: re-printed and sold by Edes and Gill, in Queen-Street.,. M.DCC.LXXIV. [1774]. 22, [2] p. ;.

A declaration of the people's natural right to a share in the legislature, which is the fundamental principle of the British constitution of state.
Sharp, Granville,
[Philadelphia]. London, printed: Philadelphia, reprinted, and sold by John Dunlap, at the newest printing-office, in Market-Street.,. 1774. 21, [3] p. ;.

¬A¬ declaration of the Pfaltzgraves concerning the faith and ceremonies professed in his churches
London. Jones. 1637. Bog. A2 - F3 ; 8-o.

A declaration of the Presbyteries of New-Brunswick and New-Castle, judicially met together at Philadelphia, May 26. 1743
Philadelphia:. Printed by William Bradford, at the Sign of the Bible in Second Street.,. [1743]. [2], 13, [1] p.

¬A¬ declaration of the present sufferings of above 140. persons of the people of God (who are now in prison,) called Quakers: with a briefe accompt of about 1900. more ... Together with the number of 21. persons who were imprisoned and persecuted until death. All which was delivered to Tho. Bampfield, then Speaker of the Parliament, on the sixth day of the second month, 1659 ... As also an accompt of some grounds and reasons, why for conscience sake we bear our testimony against divers customes and practices at this day in use amongst men. Also a cry of great jndgement [sic] at hand upon the oppressors of the Lords heritage, as received from him on the 18. day of the first month called March. With an offer to the Parliament of our bodies, person for person to be imprisoned, for the redemption of our brethren, who are now in bonds for the testimony of Jesus
Burrough, Edward
London. printed for Tho. Simmons, at the Bull and Mouth, near Aldersgate. 1659.