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The Earl of Bristol's Speech in the Houfe of Lords, the 20th Day of July, 1660, upon the Bill of Indemnity The Speech of the Speaker of the House of Commons made unto the King in the Houfe of Lords, at the paffing of the Bills therein mentioned, the 29th of Aug. in the Year of our Lord 1660. 15 His Majefty's gracious Speech to both Houfes of Parliament, the 29th Day of Auguft, 1660, at the paffing of the Act of free Pardon, Indemnity and Oblivion, and feveral other Acts. His Majefty's gracious Commiffion to fearch into and examine the pretended Sales and Purchafers of the Honours, Manours, Lands and Hereditaments of and belonging to his Majefty, his Royal Mother, the Archbishops, Bifhops, Deans and Chapters, Prebends, and other Ecclefiaftical Perfons; giving fuch Powers and Authorities as are neceffary for the
Ends, Intents and Purposes, in and by the faid Commiffion fpecified and expreffed, 1660. Page 19 The Judgment of Sir Orlando Bridgman, declared in his Charge to the Jury, at the Arraignment of the Twenty-nine Regicides (the Murtherers of King Charles I. of moft glorious Memory) began at Hicks-Hall on Tuesday the 9th of October 1660, and continued at the Seffions in the Old-Bailey until Friday the 19th of the fame Month The Life and Death of Nebuchadnezzar the Great, the firft Emperor of the Chaldeans, who was reprefented by the golden Head of that Image, Dan. ii. 32. and by the Lion with Eagle's Wings, Dan. vii. 4. whereby much Light is given to many of the Prophecies of Ifaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, and Daniel. By Samuel Clark, D. D. 1664.
The Life and Death of Cyrus the Great, the first Founder of the Empire of the Medes and Perfians, reprefented by the Breasts and Arms of Silver in that Image, Dan. ii. 32. and by a Bear, Dan. vii. 5. and by a Ram with two Horns, Dan. viii. 3, 20. and the Deliverer of the Ifraelites out of Babylon, the feventy Years of their Captivity being expired; whereby much Light is given to many of the Prophecies of Ifaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, and Daniel. By Samuel Clark, D.D. 1664. 39 London's Lord Have Mercy upon us: A true Relation of feven modern Plagues or Vifitations in London, with.the Number of thofe that were buried, of all