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Fri Mar 21 17:11:58 2014 UTClccn-n851121720.10Remarks on the resolutions passed at a meeting of the noblemen, gentlemen, and clergy, of the county of Warwick, held on Feb. 2, 17900.821.00A true and plaine declaration of the horrible treasons, practised by William Parry the traitor, against the Queenes Maiestie. The maner of his arraignment, conuiction and execution, together with the copies of sundry letters of his and others, tending to diuers purposes, for the proofes of his treasons. Also an addition not impertinent thereunto, containing a short collection of his birth, education and course of life. Moreouer, a fewe obseruations gathered of his owne wordes and wrytings, for the farther manifestation of his most disloyal, deuilish and desperate purpose50656359William_Parry_(spy)n 851121721342386Harry, William ap, -1585Parry, Dr. (William), -1585Parry, William, d. 1585lccn-n50043337Essex, Robert DevereuxEarl of1566-1601lccn-n85088926Throckmorton, NicholasSir1515-1571lccn-n50071259Southampton, Henry WriothesleyEarl of1573-1624lccn-n85144276Norfolk, Thomas HowardDuke of1538-1572lccn-n79060999Raleigh, WalterSir1552?-1618lccn-n85240946Jardine, David1794-1860lccn-n50074973Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (Great Britain)lccn-n79046634Jesuitslccn-n85216075Squire, Edward-1598lccn-n79041716Catholic ChurchParry, William-1585HistorySourcesNaval historyTrials, litigation, etcJuvenile worksPoetryControversial literatureGreat BritainParry, William,TrialsEnglandGunpowder Plot (1605)Catholic ChurchSquire, Edward,JesuitsCrimeFranceElizabeth--I,--Queen of England,CatholicsTrials (Treason)Dissenters, ReligiousChurch and stateBible.--New TestamentInspirationAssassination attemptSpainApostlesEssex, Robert Devereux,--Earl of,Throckmorton, Nicholas,--Sir,BiblePublic worshipAdventure and adventurersVoyages and travelsKings and rulersStatesmenPrayersPolitical scienceThrockmorton, Francis,England--LondonBlount, Christopher,--Sir,Davis, JohnDudley, Edmund,Merrick, Gilly,--Sir,Badby, John,Buckingham, Edward Stafford,--Duke of,Cuff, Henry,Wishart, George,Oldcastle, John,--Sir,More, Thomas,--Saint,Babington, Anthony,Norfolk, Thomas Howard,--Duke of,PennsylvaniaParry, WilliamTrials (Murder)Raleigh, Walter Alexander,--Sir,Trials (Conspiracy)Southampton, Henry Wriothesley,--Earl of,1585158415851586160116791680168217001790179117921797180918251832183518471884194019771980198519942010193358134343.1AC428710ocn060714613file18320.88Jardine, DavidCriminal trialsHistoryJuvenile worksTrials, litigation, etc865ocn220123775com16820.88Monson, WilliamMegalopsychy, being a particular and exact account of the last XVII years of Q. Elizabeths reign, both military and civilHistoryNaval historySources702ocn606550036file15850.76Church of EnglandAn order of praier and thankes-giving, for the preseruation of the Queenes Maiesties life and salfetie [sic] to be vsed of the preachers and ministers of the dioces of Winchester. With a short extract of William Parries voluntarie confession, vvritten vvith his owne hand682ocn606641974file15850.81Parry, WilliamA true and plaine declaration of the horrible treasons, practised by William Parry the traitor, against the Queenes Maiestie The maner of his arraignment, conuiction and execution, together with the copies of sundry letters of his and others, tending to diuers purposes, for the proofes of his treasons. Also an addition not impertinent thereunto, containing a short collection of his birth, education and course of life. Moreouer, a fewe obseruations gathered of his owne wordes and wrytings, for the farther manifestation of his most disloyal, deuilish and desperate purposeHistoryTrials, litigation, etcSources671ocn505998030com18090.90Cobbett's complete collection of state trials and proceedings for high treason and other crimes and misdemeanors from the earliest period to the present time comprising the period from the ninth year of the reign of King Henry the Second, A.D. 1163, to the forty-third year of the reign of Queen Elizabeth, A.D. 1600Trials, litigation, etc645ocn123428591book18470.90Jardine, DavidCriminal trials, supplying copious illustrations of the important periods of English history during the reigns of Queen Elizabeth and James I to which is added a narrative of the gunpowder plot, with historical prefaces and notesHistory214ocn731549446file17900.73Parry, WilliamRemarks on the resolutions passed at a meeting of the noblemen, gentlemen, and clergy of the county of Warwick, held on Feb. 2, 1790. In three letters, to the Right Hon. the Earl of Aylesford, chairman of the meeting. With some occasional remarks on the resolutions at bartlet's buildings193ocn731578693file17910.73Parry, WilliamThoughts on such penal religious statutes as affect the Protestant Dissenters most respectfully submitted to the consideration of the honourable promoters of the bill in favour of protesting Roman Catholics. By William Parry183ocn723512985file17920.70Parry, WilliamA vindication of public and social worship containing an examination of the evidence concerning it in the New Testament, and of Mr. Wakefield's enquiry into its propriety and expediency. By William Parry161ocn723440329file17970.76Parry, WilliamAn inquiry into the nature and extent of the inspiration of the Apostles and other writers of the New Testament: conducted with a view to some late opinions on the subject. By William Parry151ocn837950035file15850.47An order of praier and thankes-giving, for the preseruation of the Queenes Maiesties life and salfetie [sic] : to be vsed of the preachers and ministers of the dioces of Winchester. With a short extract of William Parries voluntarie confession, vvritten vvith his owne hand151ocn836763395file19850.47Jardine, DavidCriminal trialsHistory151ocn837478630com15850.47A true and plaine declaration of the horrible treasons, practised by William Parry the traitor, against the Queenes Maiestie : the maner of his arraignment, conuiction and execution, together with the copies of sundry letters of his and others, tending to diuers purposes, for the proofes of his treasons. Also an addition not impertinent thereunto, containing a short collection of his birth, education and course of life. Moreouer, a fewe obseruations gathered of his owne wordes and wrytings, for the farther manifestation of his most disloyal, deuilish and desperate purposeHistory52ocn020271347book15850.97A Trve and plaine declaration of the horrible treasons, practised by William Parry the traitor, against the Queenes Maiestie. : The maner of his arraignment, conuiction and execution, together with the copies of sundry letters of his and others, tending to diuers purposes, for the proofes of his treasons. : Also an addition not impertinent thereunto, containing a short collection of his birth, education and course of life. : Moreouer, a fewe obseruations gathered of his owne wordes and wrytings, for the farher manifestation of his most disloyal, deuilish and desperate purposeHistorySources54ocn563641085book15850.76Parry, WilliamThe last words of William Parry a lawyer who suffered for endeavouring to depose the Queen's Highness, and bring in Q. Mary and her young son JamesHistorySources31ocn671323349com0.81Parry, WilliamThe last words of William Parry a lawyer who suffered for endeavouring to depose the Queen's Highness, and bring in Q. Mary and her young son James(marc) 9984590831ocn217208809com16790.47Parry, WilliamA true and plain declaration of the horrible treasons practised by William Parry : being a papist, against Queen Elizabeth (of blessed memory,) because she was Protestant, and of his tryal, conviction, and execution for the sameHistorySources21ocn216366868com16010.47Parry, WilliamA new and large discourse of the trauels of sir Anthony Sherley Knight, by sea, and ouer land, to the Persian Empire : Wherein are related many straunge and wonderfull accidents: and also, the description and conditions of those countries and people he passed by: with his returne into Christendome. Written by William Parry gentleman, who accompanied Sir Anthony in his trauells21ocn084788372book16800.70Popish cruelties wherein may be seen that Romish traitors have now the same murthering and treasonable principles and practices they had in Q. Elizabeth's reign, against the established governour and government of these kingdoms. And yet after conviction, evident proof, free and frequent confession of being guilty; before, at, and after their trial, yet at their execution, to deceive the world and their own consciences, they seem as innocent as the child unborn. All which plainly appears in this exact account of the trial, confession, conviction, condemnation, &c. of Dr. W.P. To which are added forms of prayers and thanksgivings to be used for all kings, &c. and in the Parliament-House, when there is any danger of PoperyHistoryControversial literature22ocn219871587com17900.10Parry, WilliamRemarks on the resolutions passed at a meeting of the noblemen, gentlemen, and clergy, of the county of Warwick, held on Feb. 2, 17901315ocn012892363book16790.86The Jesuites ghostly wayes to draw other persons over to their damnable principle, of the meritoriousness of destroying princes, made clear in the two barbarous attempts of William Parry, and Edward Squire on our late Gracious Soveraign Elizabeth of ever blessed memory1284ocn013687500book16790.86The Damnable principle of the Jesuites touching the murdering of Kings fully laid open in two eminent instances, de facto, by their own confessionControversial literature1216ocn012075968book16790.93Parry, WilliamA true and plain declaration of the horrible treasons practised by William Parry ... being a papist, against Queen Elizabeth (of blessed memory,) because she was Protestant, and of his tryal, conviction, and execution for the same : being a full account of his design to have murthered the said Queen, with the copy of a letter written to him by Cardinal Como, by the Popes order, to incourage him to kill the Queen : and of his confession of his treason, both to the Lords of the Council, and at his tryal upon his indictment in Westmminster-Hall : together with his denyal thereof at the place of execution, and his manner of behaviour there : written in the year, 1584HistoryTrials, litigation, etcSources1143ocn012814661book16820.88Monson, WilliamMegalopsychy, being a particular and exact account of the last XVII years of Q. Elizabeths reign, both military and civilHistoryNaval historySources673ocn646678395com15860.79H. DAnglia querensHistoryPoetry651ocn505995528com18250.86Borrow, GeorgeCelebrated trials, and remarkable cases of criminal jurisprudence, from the earliest records to the year 1825Trials, litigation, etc642ocn607139494file15850.73Parry, WilliamA true and plaine declaration of the horrible treasons, practised by William Parry the traitor, against the Queenes Maiestie. The maner of his arraignment, conuiction and execution, together with the copies of sundry letters of his and others, tending to diuers purposes, for the proofes of his treasons. : Also an addition not impertinent thereunto, conteyning a short collection of his birth, education and course of life. : Moreouer, a fewe obseruations gathered of his owne wordes and writings, for the farther manifestation of his most disloyall, deuilish and desperate purposeHistoryTrials, litigation, etcSources611ocn506045352com18350.84The Lives and criminal trials of celebrated menTrials, litigation, etc611ocn506003947com18320.88Jardine, DavidCriminal trialsHistoryJuvenile worksTrials, litigation, etc555ocn606513050book15850.76Parry, WilliamThe last words of William Parry a lawyer who suffered for endeavouring to depose the Queen's Highness, and bring in Q. Mary and her young son JamesHistorySources555ocn606546575file15850.70PareusPoetry535ocn071499452file15850.81Stubbes, PhillipThe intended treason, of Doctor Parrie: and his complices, against the Queenes moste excellent Maiestie With a letter sent from the Pope to the same effectHistory535ocn606546583file15850.70In Guil. Parry proditorem odæ & epigrammataPoetry295ocn055192933book15850.81Parry, WilliamA true and plaine declaration of the horrible treasons, practised by William Parry the traitor, against the Queenes Maiestie The maner of his arraignment, conuiction and execution, together with the copies of sundry letters of his and others, tending to diuers purposes, for the proofes of his treasons. Also an addition not impertinent thereunto, containing a short collection of his birth, education and course of life. Moreouer, a fewe obseruations gathered of his owne wordes and wrytings, for the farther manifestation of his most disloyal, deuilish and desperate purposeHistoryTrials, litigation, etcSources151ocn837478646com17000.35Parry, WilliamThe last words of William Parry a lawyer : who suffered for endeavouring to depose the Queens Highness, and bring Q. Mary, and her young son JamesHistorySources151ocn838929176com16790.47Parry, WilliamA true and plain declaration of the horrible treasons practised by William Parry : being a papist, against Queen Elizabeth (of blessed memory,) because she was Protestant, and of his tryal, conviction, and execution for the sameHistorySources151ocn837990217com15860.47H., D. vAnglia querensHistoryPoetry151ocn837708550com15850.35Stubbes, PhillipThe intended treason, of Doctor Parrie: and his complices, against the Queenes moste excellent Maiestie : With a letter sent from the Pope to the same effectHistory31ocn084757241book15851.00A true and plaine declaration of the horrible treasons, practised by William Parry the traitor, against the Queenes Maiestie. The maner of his arraignment, conuiction and execution, together with the copies of sundry letters of his and others, tending to diuers purposes, for the proofes of his treasons. Also an addition not impertinent thereunto, containing a short collection of his birth, education and course of life. Moreouer, a fewe obseruations gathered of his owne wordes and wrytings, for the farther manifestation of his most disloyal, deuilish and desperate purposeHistory31ocn757349110com15850.92Warhafftiger unnd einfeltiger Bericht, von der grewlichen Verreterey, so ein Schelmischer Verreter, VVillem Parry genent, wider der Königin zu Engeland Mayt: fürgehabt, dieselbig umbzubringen, ... Dabey Copeyen etlicher Briefe ... Mit angehengtem Bericht von seiner Herkunfft, Geburt ...HistoryFri Mar 21 15:39:04 EDT 2014batch26142