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    • Filmed together: 1. Gazette de Londres(1669:Aug. 12/16-1670:July 28/Aug. 1, inc.) / Londres -- 2. Great news from the Polish camp, and the terms upon which His Most Christian Majesty proffers to make peace with the republique of Genoa / London (1684) -- 3. The Harlem currant (1689:Feb. 14/19) / London [1689] -- 4. The Harlem's courant (no.1-2, 1695:May 28-[June ?]) / London (1695) -- 5. The heads of a conference delivered by Mr. Pymm at a committee of both Houses, Junii 24, 1641 / John Pym (1641) -- 6. Heads of some notes of the citie scout (1645:Aug. 19, Sept. 2) / London -- 7. Hermes straticus, or, A scourge for Elencticus and the royal pamphleteers (1648:Aug. 17) / [1648] -- 8. Highest and honourablest Court of justice in this nation, now assembled in Westminster for the tryal of Charles Steward, late King of England / [London?] (1648) -- 9. His Excellencies letter to the House of Commons, presented with the large remonstrance / Thomas F. Fairfax [1647?] -- 10. His Majesties declaration to both Houses of Parliament / Sovereign, England and Wales [1642] -- 11. His Majesties letter to the gentry of Yorkshire, May the sixteenth, 1642 / Sovereign, England and Wales (1642) -- 12. His Majesties letter to the major of Kingston upon Hull, 25. of April. 1642 / Sovereign, England and Wales [1642?] -- 13. The history of the Protestant Reformation : as it was begun by Luther in Germany, anno 1516, and carried on by him and others to the year 1523 / London (1680) -- 14. The Hollandish catechisme for the year … (1653) / London -- 15. The House and Land Brokers-Office, or, The old Mercury-Office (no.15) / [London] -- 16. A Hue and cry after Mercurius democritus and the wandring-whore / London (1661) -- 17. The humble petition of the Lord Major, aldermen, and commons of the city of London, in Common-Councell assembled, to the Honourable the House of Commons assembled in High Court of Parliament / Court of Common Council, City of London [1647] -- 18. An Impartial account of what pass'd most remarkable in the last session of Parliament, relating to the case of Dr. Henry Sacheverell / [London] (1710) -- 19. The Impartiall intelligencer (1649:June 13/20) / London (1649) -- 20. The Impartial London intelligence, or, Occurrences forraign and domestick ([1681]:April 4-11/14) / [London] [1681] -- 21. The Impartial scout (1650:June 28/July 5, July 12/19) / London -- 22. Informator rusticus, or, The countrey intelligencer (1643:Oct. 27/Nov. 3) / London (1643) -- 23. Intelligence domestick and foreign (1695:May 14-June 4) / London (1695) -- 24. Intelligence domestick and foreign, with the flying post-boy from the camp in Flanders (1965:June7-25/28, inc.) / London (1695) -- 25. The Irish mercury ([1650]:Jan.25/Feb.25) / London (1650) -- 26. The Irish monthly mercury (1649:Dec. 21) / London [1650?] -- 27. The Kingdomes weekly post, with his packet of letters, publishing his message to the city and country (1644:Jan. 3) / [London?] -- 28. The Kingdomes weekly post (1645:Nov. 18, Dec. 2) / [London] -- 29. The Last will and testament of the Earl of Pembroke / Nathaniel Brent [1650?] -- 30. Late newes, or, True relations (1624:July 2/3) / (London) -- 31. The Late proceedings of the Scotish army (no.4, 1644:March 21) / London --32. The Laughing mercury, or, A true and perfect nocturnall (1652:Oct. 27/Nov. 3) / [London] -- 33. A Letter, dated London 20 March 1723, directed a Monsieur Monsieur Gordon, Banquier à Bologne / (London, 1723) -- 34. A Letter from a country gentleman to an eminent but easy citizen who was unhappily misguided in the fatal election of Sir John Moore for Lord Mayor of London, at Michaelmas 1681 / [London, 1692] -- 35. A letter from on board the York-frigat now with Admiral Herbert / C. Feud [1689] -- 36. (His Majesty received advertisements of proposalls) Letter from the Scots commissioners to both houses of Parliament / [1647?] -- 37. Letter from the Right Honourable Sir Thomas Rowe, extraordinary embassadour for His Majesty at Vienna / Thomas Roe [1642?] -- 38. The letter of the King sent to the Parliament of Paris upon the subject of the detention of the Princes of Condé, of Contj, and of the Duke of Longueville / Sovereign, France (1649, that is-1650) -- 39. A Letter to the Right Honourable William Pulteney, Esq. -- 40. Letters which passed between Count Gyllenborg, the Barons Gortz, Sparre, and others, relating to the design of raising a rebellion in His Majesty's dominions, to be supported by a force from Sweden / Carl Gyllenborg (1717) -- 41. Lloyd's news (1696:Oct. 15-Dec. 8, inc.) / London -- 42. London, August 21 : this morning arrived a Holland mail, which brings the following advices / London, (1697) -- 43. The London courant (1689:Jan. 5/8) / London -- 44. Londons diurnal (1660:Feb. 1/8) / London [between 1600-1669] -- 45. The London intelligence (1689:Jan. 15/19-Feb. 12/16, inc.) / London -- 46. The London mercury, or, Moderate intelligencer (1688:Dec. 15-27/31) / London, (1688) -- 47. The London mercury, or, The Orange intelligence (1688:Dec. 31/1689:Jan. 3) / London [1689-] -- 48. The London mercury, or, Moderate intelligencer ([1689]:Jan. 10/Feb. 6-Feb. 11/14) / London, (1689-) -- 49. The London post (1644:Sept. 10-[1645:Feb. 17?], inc.) / [London] -- 50. The London slip of news, both foreign and domestick (1699:June 6) / London, [1699] -- 51. The Loyal impartial mercury, or, News both forreign and domestick (1682:June 9-Nov. 14/17, inc.) / [London], (1682) -- 52. The Loyal intelligence, or, News both from city & country (1679:March 16-31) / London [1680] -- 53. The Loyal London mercury, or, The moderate intelligencer (1682:June 14-July 29/Aug. 2, inc.) / London (1682-).