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  1. Examination before Nathaniel Bacon of Thomas Hilton (3)
  2. Examination before Nathaniel Bacon of William Eaton before Henry Lord Cromwell : copy (3)
  3. Examination before Nathaniel Bacon of William Elsey (2)
  4. Examination before Nathaniel Bacon of William Hilton and his son (3)
  5. Examination by Richard Bagot of John Osborne and others about Thomas Parker, and Parker's answers (2)
  6. Examination by the Council of the North about a slanderous ballad made against the king (6)
  7. Examination of John Sheringham and Thomas Rawson, Constables of Hokham: draft (2)
  8. Examination of Nicholas Blackwell, clerk of the peace for Staffordshire (4)
  9. Examination of William Elsey, concerning the eating of a goose on Shrove Monday. (4)
  10. Examinations and proofs in a case between Nicholas Thompson and Emmanuell Calliard (3)
  11. Examinations by Nathaniel Bacon, Norfolk Justice, of Stephen Nichols and 5 other suspected cut-purses (7)
  12. Examinations taken by Richard Oake, mayor of Marazion (3)
  13. Examinis, & examinantis examen, sive, Reformationis & reformatorum defensio adversus calumnias Francisci Foris Otrokocsi, in libro, quem inscribit Examen reformationis Lutheri, & sociorum ejus, ab ann. D. 1517. factæ; justum, modestum, pacificum, animæque in salutem necessarium: quo asserit, Lutherum, ejusque socios non fuisse veros reformatores, à Deo specialiter missos; ac proinde, nec eorum reformationem esse Dei verbo, & fidei veteris Ecclesiæ Orthodoxæ conformem: quódve hac ratione viam pacis, & unionis cum Ecclesiâ Romanâ salutarem aperuit. Authore B. Woodroffe S.T.P. canonic. Ædis Christi & Aul. Glocest. princip. Oxon. (3)
  14. Exastichon ieron, sive jconum quarundam extranearum (numero 258) explicatio breviuscula & clara. Apprimè epheborum aliquot prænobilium in usum exculta, quâ ad SS. Scripturas alliciantur. Quibus singulis suum accessit symbolum, cum sententiolâ concinnâ ex authoribus Græcis & Latinis depromptâ. Being an epigrammatical explanation of the most remarkable stories throughout the Old & New Testament after each sculpture, or cut. (2)
  15. Exceeding joyfull nevves from Hull, sent in a letter from Sir Iohn Hotham, and read in the House of Commons, July 15. 1642. Wherin he declares the manner of his taking the Lord Faulconlridge [sic] and his son, with 4. pieces of ordinance, and 20. cavaleers, who were building a scence or halfe moon near the town of Hull, and how he sent out Sir Iohn Meldrom with 500. men to hinder their proceedings. Also the Queens Majesties desires to the high Court of Parliament. As it was sent in a message from Her Royall Majesty to the House of Peers, and read in the audience of both Houses. With the declaration and propositions of the House of Commons to the Lords. Concerning her Royall Majesty, presented to the House of Peers with their additionall reasons, by M. Iohn Pym esquire, Iuly 14. Ordered, that this be printed and published John Brown Cler. Parliamentorum. (2)
  16. Exceeding Riches of Grace (1)
  17. Exceptions taken by Dionisia Hale, complainant, to the answer of Rowland Hale, defendant (33)
  18. Exceptions taken by Sir Anthony Cage to the account of Mr. Hale, 1646? : copy (3)
  19. Exceptions taken by Sir Anthony Cage, knight, to the account of Mr. Hale (3)
  20. Exclusus ouo rite vermis, ocyus, texit suam moro insidens telam arbori ... [graphic] / Ioan. Stradan. inuent. ; [Karel van Mallery]. (1)