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| Eyles Haskins Styles, Bart. This work, Letter scat to W. Laud. late Archbishop written by Peter Heylin, D.D., is reprinted
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| The Life and Times of William Laud, Canterbury's Will; also a loving Admonition to his Brethren, the Bishops.
D.D., Lord Archbishop of Canterbury. Lond. 1641, 4to. portrait.
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LAUDER, George. The Scottish A Breviate of the Life of William Land, Archbishop of Canterbury. 1644. See Souldier.---Sunt Artibus Arma dePRYNNE, William.
cori, 1629. Wight.—Two Poems to The Grand Impostor unmasked; or, a the King's most excellent Majesty. detection of the desperate impiety of the
Edinb. Wreittoun, 1629. 4to. late Archbp. (so styled) of Canterbury, cunningly couched in that written which
These two poems, written on occahe read on the Scaffold at his Execution. sion of the unfortunate expedition to the alias (so called by the Printer) his Funeral Sermon. (by H. Burton). no date. |
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Tears on the Death of Evander, occaThe Life and Death of William Laud,
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" 1630, 4to. Inglis, 789, 21. 12s. 6d. Skegg, Officium Quoridianum: or. a Manual of 41. 83. Reprinted by Mr. Turnbull. Edinb. private Devotions. By William Laud,
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Address and Lines on the Death of A briefe Relation of the Death and Charles I. Sufferings of the Lord Archb. of Canter Tweeds Tears of Joy to Charles, Great bury. From the Collections of Sir Francis Brittains King (1639), 4to. Four leaves.
Caledonias Covenant, or ane Panegyrick Delectus Auctorum Miltono Fazem to the World. Wherin is brieflie set prælucentium. Lond. 1752-3, 2 vols doune the trew Caus and Occasioune of Hollis, 892, 5s. Ed. Bindley, pt. iii. 416, the present Troubles of the Kingdome of morocco, 11s. Scotland. By G. L. Printed in the Year The Progress of Envy, a Poem, in Inii1641, 4to. Six leaves. Bindley, pt. iv. tation of Spenser. Occasioned by Lauder's 1087, 31. 5s. resold, Perry, pt. i. 1048, 11. 6s. Attack on the Character of Milton. Lond.
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