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Illustrirte Zeitung. Nr. 3716, Kriegsnummer 7

Item is a wartime issue of a German magazine, the "Illustrated Newspaper," which was founded in Leipzig by Johann Jakob Weber and published from 1843 to 1944. Item contains articles, photographs, and illustrations relating to World War I.

Illustrirte Zeitung. Nr. 3725, Kriegsnummer 16

Item is a wartime issue of a German magazine, the "Illustrated Newspaper," which was founded in Leipzig by Johann Jakob Weber and published from 1843 to 1944. Item contains articles, photographs, and illustrations relating to World War I.

The history of the Parliament of England : which began November the third, MDCXL, with a short and necessary view of some precedent yeares

Item is a contemporary history of the Long Parliament (an English Parliament that lasted from 1640 to 1660) published just after the end of the first English Civil War. Authored by Parliamentary Secretary Thomas May, the history is presented from a parliamentarian viewpoint with a strong bias against Charles I and the House of Stuart. Item was imprinted at London by Moses Bell for George Thomason.

Illustrirte Zeitung. Nr. 3807, Kriegsnummer 98

Item is a wartime issue of a German magazine, the "Illustrated Newspaper," which was founded in Leipzig by Johann Jakob Weber and published from 1843 to 1944. Item contains articles, photographs, and illustrations relating to World War I.

Reliquiæ sacræ Carolinæ, or, The [w]orks of that great monarch and glorious martyr King Charles the I : collected together, and digested in order, according to their several subjects, civil and sacred

Item is one volume with two parts that consists of a collection of King Charles I's speeches, letters, and religious and political writings. The book was published in support of the Royalist cause after Charles' execution. Printed by Samuel Browne.

Illustrirte Zeitung. Nr. 3800, Kriegsnummer 91

Item is a wartime issue of a German magazine, the "Illustrated Newspaper," which was founded in Leipzig by Johann Jakob Weber and published from 1843 to 1944. Item contains articles, photographs, and illustrations relating to World War I.

The Spectator. Vol. IV

Item consists of issues of the influential daily London periodical The Spectator, which was originally published by Joseph Addison and Richard Steele in 1711-1712. This volume contains issues number 252 (December 19, 1711) to 321 (March 8, [1712]). Published by J. Tonson.

Illustrirte Zeitung. Nr. 3811, Kriegsnummer 102

Item is a wartime issue of a German magazine, the "Illustrated Newspaper," which was founded in Leipzig by Johann Jakob Weber and published from 1843 to 1944. Item contains articles, photographs, and illustrations relating to World War I.

The Spectator. Vol. VI

Item consists of issues of the influential daily London periodical The Spectator, which was originally published by Joseph Addison and Richard Steele in 1711-1712. This volume contains issues number 395 (June 3, 1712) through 473 (September 2, [1712]). Published by J. Tonson.

The humble petition of the captaines, officers, and soldiers of the trayned bands, and voluntiers in the county of Buckingham, assembled at Alisbury, June 17, 1642 : presented to both Houses of Parliament, the 24 bf [sic] June, 1642, and commanded by them to be forthwith printed and published. H. Elsyng Cler. Parl. D. Com. Together with a letter from a merchant of Dublin, to his friend a worthy gentleman in Bassing Hall Street, in London, relating the happy proceedings of the Protestant army against the rebels.

Item is a Parliamentarian pamphlet from the English Civil War in two parts. The first part is a request to remove the Royalist Lord William Paget as Lieutenant for the County of Buckingham, and to replace him with the Parliamentarian Lord Philip Wharton. The second part is a letter written by John Busse of Dublin reporting on recent events in the Irish Rebellion of 1641. Printed for Joseph Hunscott and John Wright.

The remonstrance and protestation of the gentry and commonalty of the counties of Buckingham, Hartford, Bedford, and Cambridge : shewing the reasons why they take up armes and their resolutions thereupon

Item is a Parliamentarian pamphlet explaining why the counties of Buckingham, Hartford, Bedford, and Cambridge supported Parliament in opposition to King Charles I at the outbreak of the English Civil War. Printed by L. N. and R. C. for F. Eaglesfield.

A description of the Seige of Basing Castle ; kept by the Lord Marquisse of Winchester, for the service of His Majesty : against, the forces of the rebells, under command of Colonell Norton, anno Dom. 1644

Item is a Royalist pamphlet describing in detail one of several Parliamentarian sieges of Basing Castle, a Royalist stronghold in Hampshire, during the English Civil War. Printed by Leonard Lichfield.

A vindication of King Charles, or, A loyal subjects duty : manifested in vindicating His Soveraigne from those aspersions cast upon him by certaine persons, in a scandalous libel, entituled, The Kings cabinet opened ; and published (as they say) by authority of Parliament. Whereunto is added, a true parallel betwixt the sufferings of our Saviour and our soveraign, in divers particulars, &c.

Item is a detailed defence of King Charles I written by Royalist and Church of England minister Edward Symmons in response to the publication of the "The Kings cabinet opened," which contained Charles' personal correspondence seized by Parliamentarian forces at the Battle of Naseby. According to Symmons, he wrote this text "to vindicate my Soveraigns name and honour". Publisher unknown.

Prince Rupert : his declaration

Item is a pamphlet authored by Prince Rupert of the Rhine, Duke of Cumberland, a famous Royalist cavalry commander in the English Civil War. In it, he refutes charges of barbarousness levelled against his troops by Parliamentarians and claims that it was they who were committing atrocities. Printed by Leonard Lichfield.

A soldierly vindication of his troops by Prince Rupert and an attempt to shift the charge of inhumanity to his adversaries.

Soviet Union No. 5 (75)

Item is an English language edition magazine published in the former Soviet Union. Item's articles discussed current affairs topics related to the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and has many colour and black and white photographs. Item was the successor to the magazine USSR in Construction.

The Stakhanov movement explained

Item is a booklet about the Stakhanovite movement, a Stalinist campaign to increase worker productivity initiated by the Communist Party in 1935, authored by the movement's model, coal miner Alexey Stakhanov. Published by the Foreign Languages Publishing House.

Советское фото No. 15-16

Item is an issue of "Soviet Photo," a magazine devoted to technical and amateur photography in the Soviet Union that was published in Moscow from 1926 to 1997. Item contains photographs depicting Soviet culture, social events, architecture, and people.

Soviet woman. 5 September-October

Item is an issue if an English language edition of a women's magazine "devoted to social and political problems, literature and art" (1) that was published by the Soviet Women's Antifascist Committee and the Central Council of Trade Unions of the USSR.

Soviet Union No. 96

Item is an English language edition magazine published in the former Soviet Union. Item's articles discussed current affairs topics related to the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and has many colour and black and white photographs. Item was the successor to the magazine USSR in Construction.

Огонёк No. 51

Item is a special issue of Ogoniok ("Spark"), a weekly illustrated magazine published in Moscow. This issue is dedicated to celebrating Stalin's 70th birthday and contains photos, articles, and artwork honouring the Soviet leader.

Appley Dapply's nursery rhymes

Item is a children's collection of nursery rhymes by Beatrix Potter, the creator of the Peter Rabbit series. This edition features new illustrated reproductions from the original 1917 edition.

An historical essay concerning witchcraft : with observations upon matters of fact, tending to clear the texts of the Sacred Scriptures, and confute the vulgar errors about that point : and also two sermons: one in proof of the Christian religion; the other concerning the good and evil angels

Item is a book written by English minister bishop Francis Hutchinson to discredit the witchcraft trials taking place in England. The book is an analytical and critical account of previous witch trials, and argues strongly against witchcraft prosecution. Shortly after the book was published, Great Britain abolished the persecution of suspected witches. Item was printed for R. Knaplock, at Bishop's Head, and D. Midwinter, at the Three Crowns, in St. Paul's Church-yard.

Appley Dapply's nursery rhymes

Item is a first edition of Beatrix Potter's collection of nursery rhymes for children, and is accompanied by a booklet advertising Potter's other books and Peter Rabbit merchandise.

Rare book collection

  • CA MRUASC C0012
  • Collection
  • [1590?]-1987

Collection consists of rare books and other publications that are not part of other collections or fonds.

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