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SCARCE, CURIOUS, AND ENTERTAINING
PAMPHLETS AND TRACTS,
AS WELL IN MANUSCRIPT AS IN PRINT,
FOUND IN THE LATE
EARL OF OXFORD'S LIBRARY,
HISTORICAL, POLITICAL, AND CRITICAL
PRINTED FOR ROBERT DUTTON, GRACECHURCH-STREET.
The Chaplains' petition to the honourable House for redress of grievances.
By one of the Camp chaplains. London: Printed for the use of the petiti-
oners; and sold by Thomas Ranew in Fleet-street, near Temple-Bar,
1693. Quarto, containing four pages..
The petition of the ladies of London and Westminster to the honourable
House for husbands. London, Printed for Mary Want-man, the Fore-
maid of the petitioners; and sold by A. Roper in Fleet-street, 1693.
Quarto, containing four pages
The petition of the widows, in and about London and Westminster for a re-
dress of their grievances. London: Printed for the use of the wide-o's,
1693. Quarto, containing four pages. .
An humble remonstrance of the batchelors, in and about London, to the
honourable house, in answer to a late paper, iutitled, “ A petition of the
ladies for husbands.” London : Printed for, and sold by the bookselling
batchelors, in St. Paul's Church-yard. Quarto, containing four pages : 175
ancient grandeur and policy. Humbly presented by James Whiston.
London : Printed for the author, and are to be sold by Joseph Fox, in
Westminster-hall, R. Clavel at the Peacock in Fleet-street, and T. Minton
at the Anchor under the Royal Exchange, 1696. Quarto, containing
forty pages :
A view of the court of St. Germain, from the year 1690 to 95. With an
account of the entertainment Protestants meet with there. Directed to
the male-content Protestants of England. London : Printed for R. Bald-
win, near Oxford-arms inn, in Warwick-lane, 1696. Quarto, containing
The wars and causes of them, between England and France, from William
the First to William the Third, with a treatise of the Salique Law. By
D. J. and revised by R. C. Esq. 1697. Duodecimo, containing seventy-
Contemplations upon life and death: With serious reflexions ou the mise-
ries that attend human life, in every station, degree, and change thereof.
Written by a person of quality, in his confinement, a little before his
death ; shewing the vavity of the desire of long life, and the fear of
death. With a true copy of the paper delivered to the Sheriffs upon the