The Petition exhibited to his Majesty by the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, in this present Parliament assembled, concerning divers Rights and Liberties of the Subjects, with the King's Majesty's royal answer thereunto in full Parliament [from the American colonies].
(1628; English transcription)
Pamphlets include: His Majesties Declaration to the Ministers, Freeholders, Farmers, and substantiall Copy-holders of the County of York, The Kings Maiesties Alarum for Open War, Englands Oaths, and True and Happy Newes from Worcester.
(1642; English transcription)
It begins at the height of the civil war. "The diary is that of a lady living in troubled times, her husband imprisoned, the estate despoiled; leading men in the State brought to execution. (1645-1651; English)