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Anti-Aulicus Discovering weekely the policies, deceits, and erroneous maximes of the court: and informing the people of their interest, and of whatsoever he conceives will advantage the same, as Aulicus shall give occasion in his weekely pamphlet. Tuckey, Humphrey, (publisher.) Irregular, Numb. 1 ([6 Feb. 1644])-numb. 2 ([8 Feb. 1644]).
The armies intelligencer containing the substance of the daily proceedings of the forces belonging to this Common-vvealth in England, Scotland, and Ireland : with other affairs in the three nations, and news from sea. Neile, Francis, fl. 1644-1654, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (29 Jul-5 Aug. 1651).
The armies modest intelligencer. Communicating to the whole kindom [sic], certaine passages in Parliament, the full proceeding upon the Kings triall, debates at the General Councell, vvith varietie of intelligence from several places in England, and other parts of Europe. Brook, C., fl. 1649, (publisher.) Weekly, [Numb. 1] (19-26 Jan. 1649)-numb. 3 (1-8 Feb. 1649).
The armies painfull-messenger. Affording true notice of all affiars in great Brittain, Scotland, Ireland, and other forraigne parts & with the most material passages of the Parliament, Councell of State, and Army, to this whole nation. Leach, Francis, d. 1658, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (29 Jul.-2 Aug. 1649).
The armies post faithfully relating all the proceedings from the Army, and in relation to it. The high court of Parliament, &c. : Together with all the actions both martiall and civill in the two kingdomes of Scotland and Ireland. Anon. Weekly, Began and ceased with Numb. 1 (1-8 Jul. 1647). Cf. Nelson and Seccombe.
The armies scout. Impartially communicating to the people, the faithful proceedings of the Lord General and his Council of Officers ; the most remarkable passages at sea, between the English and Dutch fleet ; and the most notalbe occurrences from Holland, France, Spain, Denmark, Sweden, and the King of Scots. Border, D. (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 114 (23-30 Apr. 1653)-numb. 119 (27 May-3 June 1653)
The armies vveekly intelligencer. Communicating to the whole kindom [sic], certaine passages in Parliament, with varietie of intelligence from severall places in England, and other parts of Europ [sic]. Brook, C., fl. 1649, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 4 (8-15 Feb. 1649)-numb. 5 (15-22 Feb. 1649).
The best and most perfect intelligencer the summe of all remarkable affaires now prosecuted in the three nations of England, Scotland, and Ireland, impartially narrated, especially from Scotland. Huby, William, (editor, , publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (1-8 Aug. 1650).
A briefe relation of some affaires and transactions, civill and military, both forraigne and domestique Husband, Edward, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (2 Oct. 1649)-numb. 57 (1-22 Oct. 1650).
Britaines remembrancer of the most remarkable passages in both kingdomes. White, Robert, fl. 1639-1677, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (Mar. 12-19, 1644)-numb. 3 (Mar. 26-April 2, 1644).
Britanicvs vapvlans, or, The vvhipping of poore British mercury set out in a letter directed to him from Mercurius Vrbanus, younger brother to Aulicus. Anon. Weekly, Numb. 1 (4 Nov. 1643).
Certain passages of every dayes intelligence from the Army, and his Highness the Lord Protector, and his Council with other remarkable proceedings in England, Holland, France, Scotland, and Ireland. Walker, Henry, Ironmonger, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 2 (Jan. 20-27, 1653 [i.e. 1654])-numb. 4 (28 Sep. 1655).
Certaine informations from severall parts of the kingdome Ingler, William, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (16-23 Jan. 1643)-numb. 57 (15-21 Feb. 1644).
Certaine speciall and remarkable passages from both Houses of Parliament ... Pecke, Samuel, (editor.) Weekly, (16-23 Aug. 1642)-(22-26 Aug. 1642).
Certaine speciall and remarkable passages of the proceedings of both Houses of Parliament ... Badger, Thomas, fl. 1639-1646, (publisher.) Weekly, (6 Oct. 1642).
Cheife heads of each dayes proceedings in Parliament and most materiall collections of some letters, messuages, and other reports from Yorke, Glocester, Coventry, Lyme, Latham house, Cawood, Carlisle, Crake castle, Leichfield, Derby, Anan, Newnham, Scotland, Holland, Wales and other parts. Leach, Francis, d. 1658, (publisher.) Weekly, (8-15 May 1644).
The citties weekly post faithfully communicating the affaires of the armies to the kingdome. Leach, Francis, d. 1658, (publisher.) Weekly, [Numb. 1] (15-22 Dec. 1654)-numb. 11 (24 Feb.-3 Mar. 1646)
The city-scout communicating the affaires of the armie to the city and kingdome. Coe, Jane, fl. 1644-1647, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 11 (30 Sep.-7 Oct. 1645)-numb. 16 (4-11 Nov. 1645).
The Colchester spie. Truly informing the kingdome of the estate of that gallant town, and the attempts of Fairfax against it: with some other remarkable passages from the English and Scots Army, from his Highnesse the Prince of Wales, also from Westminster & London. Anon. Weekly, Numb. 1 (11 Aug.? 1648)-
The compleate intelligencer and resolver ... Smith, George, fl. 1643-1646, (editor.) Weekly, [Numb. 1] (2 Nov. 1643)-numb. 5 (28 Nov. 1643).
A continuation of certain speciall and remarkable passages informed to the Parliament ... Pecke, Samuel, (editor.) Weekly, [Numb. 1] (2-9 Jun. 1647)-numb. 13 (10-17 Sept. 1647)
A continuation of certaine speciall and remarkable passages from both Houses of Parliament ... White, John, fl. 1642, (publisher.) Weekly, (4-11 Nov. 1642)-(17-24 Nov. 1642).
A continuation of certaine speciall and remarkable passages from both houses of Parliament ... Wood, Robert, fl. 1637-1667, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 13 (3-8 Oct. 1642)-
A continuation of certaine speciall and remarkable passages from both Houses of Parliament and other parts of the kingdome ... Coule, I., (publisher.) Weekly, (17-24 Nov. 1642).
A continuation of the true diurnall occurrences and passages in both houses of Parliament Anon. Weekly, Began with Numb. 1 (date unknown). Cf. Nelson and Seccombe.
A continuation of the true diurnall of all the passages in Parliament Anon. Weekly, Began with Numb. 1 (date unknown). Cf. Nelson and Seccombe.
A continuation of the true diurnall of passages in Parliament Simons, Matthew, d. 1654, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (8-15 Aug. 1642).
A continuation of the true diurnall of passages in Parliament Anon. Weekly, Began with Numb. 2 (17-24 Jan. 1642). Cf. Nelson and Seccombe.
A continuation of the true diurnall of proceedings in Parliament Anon. Weekly, Began with Numb. 1 (date unknown). Cf. Nelson and Seccombe.
A continuation of true and speciall passages, from severall places of this kingdome as also from Scotland and Ireland worth observation. Cooke, William, fl. 1632-1642, (publisher.) Weekly, (22-29 Sep. 1642).
A continuation of true intelligence ... by Sim. Ash ... Ashe, Simeon, d. 1662. Irregular, Numb. 2 (May 26-June 1, 1644)-numb. 7 (Jul. 27-Aug. 16, 1644).
Continued heads of perfect passages in Parliament and proceedings of the Councell of State, and the Army ... Coe, Andrew, fl. 1644-1667, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (13-20 Apr. 1649)-numb. 5 (11-18 May 1649).
A continvation of a iournall of passages of the Parliament of Scotland and other papers from the Scotts quarters. Containing some passages, concernnig the King, the Estates of Scotland, the garisons, the armies, and proceedings for the settling of the Kingdomes in peace. Pecke, Samuel, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 5 (19 Nov. 1646)-
A continvation of certain speciall and remarkable passages from both houses of Parliament & divers other parts of the kingdom ... Wright, John, d. 1658, (publisher.) Weekly, -numb. 15 (10-14 Oct. 1642).
A continvation of certain speciall and remarkable passages informed to the Parliament ... Pecke, Samuel, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (29 Dec. 1643-5 Jan. 1644)-
A continvation of certain speciall and remarkable passages informed to the Parliament ... Pecke, Samuel, (attributed editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (3-10 Jul. 1644)-numb. 4 (24 Jul.-1 Aug. 1644)
A continvation of certaine speciall and remarkable passages from both Houses of Parliament ... Pecke, Samuel, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 4 (25-30 Aug. 1642)-numb. 56 (6-13 Oct. 1643).
A continvation of certaine speciall and remarkable passages from both houses of Parliament and divers other parts of the kingdome ... Walbancke, Matthew, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (Oct. 10-14, 1642).
A continvation of papers from the Scotts quarters containing some passages, concerning the King, the Estates of Scotland, the garisons, the armies, and proceedings for the settling of the kingdomes in peace. Pecke, Samuel, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 2 (28 Oct. 1646)-numb. 4 (12 Nov. 1646)
A continvation of certaine speciall an [sic] remarkable passages informed to the Parliament ... Pecke, Samuel, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (19-26 Sept. 1645)-numb. 24 (27 Feb.-6 Mar. 1646)
A coranto from beyond sea, or, Trve intelligence from France, Spain, Germany and Denmark being severall expresses sent from those parts to the Right Honorable Earl of Warwjck. Tuckey, Humphrey, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (9 June 1643).
The countrey foot-post faithfully communicating his intelligence from the severall parts of the kingdome and from beyond the seas. Rushworth, John, 1612?-1690, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (25 Sep. 1644).
The countrey messenger, or, The faithfull foot-post communicating his vveekly intelligence fom the severall parts of the kingdome and from beyond the seas. Rushworth, John, 1612?-1690, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 2 (4-11 Oct. 1644).
The covrt mercurie ... Cotgrave, John, fl. 1644, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (22 June-2 July 1644)-numb. 12 (9-16 Oct. 1644).
The daily intelligencer of court, city and countrey relating the most remarkable passages in either : which may save much labour in writing of letters. Tompson, John, fl. 1641-1643, (publisher.) Weekly, Num. 1 (30 Jan. 1643).
The daily proceedigs [sic] of the armies by sea and land, under the command of his Excellency the Lord General Cromwel. Anon. Weekly, [Numb. 1] (17 June? 1653).
A declaration, collected out of the journalls of both houses of Parliament ... Ibbitson, Robert, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (29 Nov.-6 Dec. 1648)-numb. 3 (13-20 Dec. 1648)
A diarie, or an exact iournall of the proceedings of the treaty between the Parliament and the Army ... Brome, Henry, (publisher.) Irregular, Numb. 1 (10-17 Jul. 1647)-numb. 2 (22-29 Jul. 1647)
The diary being a perfect summary of the particular proceedings of our armies in England, Ireland, and Scotland; as also of our forces at sea ... Alsop, Bernard, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (22-29 Sept. 1651)-numb. 6 (27 Oct-3 Nov. 1651)
A diary, or, An exact iovrnall faithfully communicating the most remarkable proceedings in both houses of Parliament ... Walbancke, Matthew, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 2 (24-31 May 1644)-numb. 6 (25 Feb.-5 Mar. 1646).
Diurnal occurrences, or, The heads of the proceedings in both houses of Parliament Greensmith, John. Weekly, Began with (10-17 Jan. 1642). Cf. Nelson and Seccombe.
A diurnall and particula[r] of the last weekes daily occurrents from His Maiesty, in severall places Fawcett, Thomas, fl. 1621-1643, (publisher.) Weekly, (16-26 July 1642).
The diurnall occurrances in Parliament ... Coles, Francis, d. 1680. Weekly, Began with (3-10 Jan. 1641 [i.e. 1642]; ceased with Numb. 11 (14-21 Feb. 1641 [i.e. 1642]). Cf. Nelson and Seccombe.
Diurnall occurrences in Parliament ... Anon. Weekly, (30 May-6 June 1642)-(20-25 June 1642).
Diurnall occurrences in Parliament Cooke, William, fl. 1632-1642. Weekly, Began with (27 Dec. 1641-2 Jan. 1642); ceased with (10-17 Jan. 1642). Cf. Nelson and Seccombe.
Diurnall occurrences, or, The heads of severall proceedings in both houses of Parliament ... Thomas, John, fl. 1637-1644. Weekly, (13-20 Dec. 1641)-(7-14 Feb. 1642)
Diutinus Britanicus collector of the affaires of great Britaine and martiall proceedings in Europe. Audley, Thomas, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (25 Nov.-2 Dec. 1646)-Numb. 2 (2-8 Dec. 1646)
The Dutch intelligencer, faithfully communicating the most impartiall intelligence of the States of Holland. Wood, Robert, fl. 1637-1667, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (1-8 Sept. 1652)-numb. 7 (15-20 Oct. 1652)
The Dutch spy. Faithfully communicating the most remarkable and choice intelligence from the States-General of the United Provinces ... Wood, Robert, fl. 1637-1667, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (17-25 Mar. 1652)-numb. 3 (31 Mar.-7 Apr. 1652)
England's memorable accidents ... Bowtell, Stephen, fl. 1643-1664, (publisher.) Weekly, (12-19 Sept. 1642)-(9-16 Jan. 1642 [1643]).
England's moderate messenger impartially communicating the daily proceedings in Parliament. Border, D. (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (23-30 Apr. 1649)-numb. 11 (2-9 Jul. 1649)
Englands remembrancer of Lodons [sic] integritie, or Newes from London ... Macock, John, (publisher.) Monthly, Numb. 1 (Jan. 1647)-numb. 2 (Feb. 1647)
The English intelligencer, shewing the true and most remarkeable passages that have hapned [sic] in this kingdome. Johnson, John, fl. 1642-1647, (publisher.) Weekly, (12-18 Nov. 1642).
An exact accompt, communicating the chief transactions of the three nations, England, Ireland, and Scotland With the daily votes and resolves in both houses of Parliament. Williams, Oliver, fl. 1657-1670, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 95 (25 May-1 Jun. 1660)-numb. 104 (29 Jun.-6 Jul. 1660)
An exact accompt of the daily proceedings in Parliament. With occurrences from foreign parts. Williams, Oliver, fl. 1657-1670, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 53 (30 Dec. 1659-6 Jan. 1659 [1660])-numb. 77 (23-30 Mar. 1659 [1660]).
An exact accompt of the daily proceedings in Parliament. With those of the three nations, England, Scotland, and Ireland ... Williams, Oliver, fl. 1657-1670, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 84 (20-27 Apr. 1660)-numb. 87 (27 Apr.-4 May 1660)
An exact accompt of the daily votes and resolves in both houses of Parliament. With those of the three nations, England, Scotland, and Ireland. Williams, Oliver, fl. 1657-1670, (editor.) Weekly, -Numb. 93 (18-25 May 1660)
An exact accompt of the publick transactions of the three nations. With occurrences from foreign parts ... Williams, Oliver, fl. 1657-1670, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 79 (Mar. 30-Apr. 7, 1660)- numb. 83 (Apr. 13-20, 1660).
An exact and true collection ... Alsop, Bernard, (publisher.) Monthly, (1 Jan.-16 Feb. 1646)-(16 Feb.-2 Mar. 1646).
An exact and trve divrnall of the proceedings in Parliament Cook, Thomas, fl. 1642, (publisher.) Weekly, (8-15 Aug. 1642)-(29 Aug.-5 Sep. 1642).
An exact diurnall faithfully communicating the most remarkable proceedings in both houses of Parliament. Walbancke, Matthew, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (15 May 1644).
The exchange intelligencer ... Fawcett, Thomas, fl. 1621-1643, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (15 May 1645)-Numb. 8 (18 July 1645).
Extract of letters dated at Edenburgh ... Bowles, Edward, 1613-1662, (editor.) Irregular, Numb. 7 (14-17 Apr.). Cf. Nelson and Seccombe.
The faithful post ... Eeles, Robert, (publisher.) Weekly, -numb. 126 (29 Aug.-2 Sept. 1653)
The faithful post ... Horton, George, fl. 1647-1660, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 116 (7-14 June 1653)-numb. 123 (26 Jul.-2 Aug. 1653).
The faithful scout impartially communicating the most remarkable passages of the armies, in England, Scotland, and Ireland ... Border, D. (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (27 Dec. 1650-3 Jan. 1651)-numb. 108 (11-18 Mar. 1653).
The faithful scout Border, D. (editor.) Numb. 115 (3-10 Jun. 1653)-numb. 246 (21-28 Sep. 1655)
The faithfull intelligencer from the Parliaments army in Scotland, written by an officer of the Army there. Anon. Weekly, (29 Nov. 1659-3 Dec. 1659)
A faithfull relation, of the late occurrences and proceedings of the Scottish army ... Bowles, Edward, 1613-1662, (editor.) Irregular, (21 Feb. 1644).
The faithfull scout impartially communicating the most remarkable intelligence from all Christian kings, princes, states, and common-wealths ... Border, D. (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (22-29 Apr. 1659)-numb. 11 (2-9 Jul. 1659).
The flying eagle communicating intelligence both farre and neere. Fawcett, Thomas, fl. 1621-1643, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (27 Nov.-4 Dec. 1652)-numb. 5 (27 Dec. 1652-1 Jan. 1653).
The flying post conveying weekly packets to all forraigne nations of the proceedings of both Houses of Parliament and the armies in Great Britain. Alsop, Bernard, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (3-10 May 1644).
The French intelligencer ... Border, D. (editor.) Weekly, -numb. 26 (11-18 May 1652).
The French occurrences ... Border, D. (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (10-17 May 1652)-numb. 40 (27 Dec. 1652-3 Jan. 1653).
The generall account of the proceedings in Parliament, and present state of the severall counties of the kingdome of England ... Austin, Robert, fl. 1642-1656, (publisher.) Monthly, (March 1645).
Generall nevves from all parts of Christendome, Turkie, and other dominions adjacent Bourne, Nicholas, d. 1657, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (6 May 1646)-numb. 4 (21-26 May 1646)
A grand diurnall of the passages in Parliament Field, John, d. 1668, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (21-28 Nov. 1642).
The grand politique post ... Border, D. (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 127 (10-17 Jan. 1653 [i.e. 1654])-numb. 172 (4-11 Apr. 1654).
Great Britaines paine-full messenger ... Ford, A., fl. 1649, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. I (9-16 Aug. 1649)-numb. II [sic] (23-30 Aug. 1649)
Great Brittain's post ... Wood, Robert, fl. 1637-1667, (publisher.) Weekly, -numb. 152 (21-28 Dec. 1653).
Heads of a diarie, collected out of the journalls of both houses of Parliament ... Ibbitson, Robert, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 4 (20-27 Dec. 1648)-numb. 6 (2-9 Jan. 1648 [i.e. 1649])
The heads of all the proceedings in both houses of Parliament ... Coe, Andrew, fl. 1644-1667, (publisher.) Weekly, (23-30 May 1642).
Heads of chiefe passages in Parliament ... Alsop, Bernard, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (5-12 Jan. 1647 [i.e. 1648)-numb. 2 (12-19 Jan. 1647 [i.e. 1648])
The heads of severall proceedings in this present Parliament ... Thomas, John, fl. 1637-1644, (publisher.) Weekly, (22-29 Nov. 1641)-(29 Nov.-6 Dec. 1641)
Heads of some notes of the citie scout ... Coe, Jane, fl. 1644-1647, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 4 (19 Aug. 1645)-numb. 10 (30 Sept. 1645)
Hermes stratjcus, or, A scourge for Elencticus and the royal pamphleteers Anon. Unknown, Numb. 1 (17 Aug 1648).
Ianuaries account, giving a full and true relation of all the remarkable passages of that month, this present year, 1645 ... Harper, Richard, fl. 1633-1652, (publisher.) Monthly, (January 1645).
The impartial intelligencer faithfully communicating the several affairs of, and in relation to, the three nations of England, Ireland, and Scotland. Hills, Henry, d. 1689?, (publisher.) Weekly, 29 June-6 Jul. 1653-numb. 3 (12-19 Jul. 1653)
The impartial scout ... Alkin, Elizabeth, (publisher.) Weekly, -Numb. 61 (20-27 Sept. 1650)
The impartiall intelligencer ... Coe, Jane, fl. 1644-1647, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (28 Feb.-7 Mar. 1649)-numb. 26 (12-19 Sept. 1649)
Informator rusticus, or, The countrey intelligencer impartially imparting such passages and occurrences as daily happen betweene the Protestant and papisticall armies now on foot in this kingdome. Walker, Henry, Ironmonger, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (27 Oct.-3 Nov. 1643).
Intelligence from the Scottish army ... Bowles, Edward, 1613-1662, (editor.) Irregular, Numb. 6 (14 Apr. 1644).
Intelligence from the south borders of Scotland ... Bowles, Edward, 1613-1662, (editor.) Irregular, Numb. 8 (24 Apr.). Cf. Nelson and Seccombe.
Irelands true diurnall, or, A continued relation of the cheife passages that have happened there ... Bladen, W. Irregular, (11 Jan.-[3 Feb.] 1642])
The Irish mercury ... Moule, Gregory, (publisher.) Monthly, (25 Jan.-25 Feb. 1650).
The Irish monthly mercury Calvert, Giles, d. 1664, (publisher.) Monthly, Numb. 1 (21 Dec. 1649).
The kingdomes faithfull and impartiall scout ... Border, D. (editor.) Weekly, [Numb. 1] (26 Jan.-2 Feb. 1649)-numb. 37 (5-12 Oct. 1649)
The kingdomes intelligencer of the affairs now in agitation in England, Scotland, and Ireland together with foraign intelligence : to prevent false newes. Dury, Giles, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (31 Dec. 1660-7 Jan. 1661)-
The kingdomes scout perfectly communicating the proceedings in Parliament ... Coe, Jane, fl. 1644-1647, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (25 Nov.-2 Dec.1645)-numb. 3 (9-16 Dec. 1645)
The kingdomes vveekly intelligencer sent abroad to prevent mis-information. Collings, Richard, (editor.) Weekly, [No. 1] (27 Dec. 1642-3 Jan. 1643)-numb. 332 (2-9 Oct. 1649)
The kingdomes vveekly post communicating the certain and most remarkable passages ... Ibbitson, Robert, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (29 Dec. 1647-5 Jan. 1647 [i.e. 1648])-numb. 9 (2-9 Mar. 1647 [i.e. 1648])
The kingdomes weekly post ... Harris, John, fl. 1647, (editor.) Weekly, (15 Oct 1645)-(16 Dec. 1645).
The kingdomes weekly post with his packet of letters, publishing his message to the city and country ... Rushworth, John, 1612?-1690, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (9 Nov. 1643)-Numb. 9 (10 Jan. 1643 [i.e. 1644]).
The kingdoms weekly account of heads of chiefe passages in Parliament ... Alsop, Bernard, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 3 (19-25 Jan. 1647 [i.e. 1648])-numb. 11 (15-22 Mar. 1647 [i.e. 1648)
The late proceedings of the Scotish [sic] army ... Bowles, Edward, 1613-1662, (editor.) Irregular., Numb. 4 (12 Mar. 1644).
The laughing mercury ... Crouch, John, fl. 1660-1681, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 22 (25 Aug.-8 Sept. 1652)-numb. 30 (Oct. 27 to Nov. 3, 1652).
Le mercure Anglois Cotgrave, John, fl. 1644, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (undated)-numb. 73 (7-14 Dec. 1648)
The London post ... Mabbott, Gilbert, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (6 Aug. 1644)-numb. 30 (8 Apr. 1645).
The London post, communicating the high counsells of both Parliaments in England and Scotland, and all other remarkable passages, both civill and martiall in his weekly travells through the three kingdomes. Mabbott, Gilbert, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (24-31 Dec. 1646)-numb. 7 (19-26 Feb. 1647)
The loyal intelligencer Faithfully communicating, the proceedings of his Highness the Lord Protector, and his Council at White-hall ... Horton, George, fl. 1647-1660, (publisher.) Weekly, -numb. 73 (23-30 Jan. 1653 [i.e. 1654])
The loyal messenger, impartially communicating the daily proceedings of the armies in England, Scotland, France, and Ireland ... Horton, George, fl. 1647-1660, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (3-10 Aug. 1653).
The loyal messenger, or, Newes from White-hall comprising the state and martial affaires of, and in relation to the Common-wealth of England, Scotland, and Ireland, and the dominions thereunto belonging ... Streater, John, fl. 1650-1670, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 4 (3-10 Apr. 1654).
The loyall scout ... Border, D. (editor.) Weekly, ([15-22 Jul. 1659])-
The man in the moon, discovering a world of knavery under the sun. With sundry memorable accidents ... Johnson, John, fl. 1642-1647, (publisher.) Irregular, Numb. 1 (23-30 Aug. 1660)-numb. 4 (26 Nov. 1660)
The man in the moon, discovering a world of knavery under the sunne; both in the Parliament, the Counsell of State, the army, the city, and the country. With intelligence from all parts of England, Scotland, and Ireland. Crouch, John, fl. 1660-1681. Weekly, [Numb. 1] (16 Apr. 1649)-numb. 57 (29 May-5 June 1650)
Martin Nonsence, his collections which he saw with his brains, and heard with his eyes, of the witty follies, peaceably fought for, in this poore flourishing kingdome of England. Chiefly in the Parliament, court, city, and army. Anon. Weekly, Numb. 1 (20-27 Nov. 1648).
Mercurio volpone, or The fox. Prying into every junto, proclaiming their designes, and refining all intelligence. For the better information of his Majesties loyall subiects. Anon. Weekly, Numb. 1 (28 Sept.-5 Oct. 1648)-numb. 2 (5-12 Oct. 1648)
Mercurius academicus. Communicating the intelligence and affairs of Oxford to the rest of the passive party thorowout the kingdom. Swadlin, Thomas, 1600-1670, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (15 Apr. 1648).
Mercurius academicvs Swadlin, Thomas, 1600-1670, (editor.) Weekly, -Fourteenth weeke (16 Mar. 1646).
Mercurius anglicus, communicating moderate intelligence from several parts of England, Ireland, and Scotland. With the best intelligence from the head-quarters, the navies at sea, and those passages from other parts. Alkin, Elizabeth, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (24 Sept.-1 Oct. 1650).
Mercurius anglicus, or, A post from the north. Communicating his intelligence to the kingdome for the satisfaction of the people. Brewster, Thomas, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (31 Jan.-7 Feb. 1644)-numb. 2 (13-20 Feb. 1644).
Mercurius anti-Britanicus ... Anon. Unknown, (4 Aug.? 1645)-(22 Aug. 1645).
Mercurius anti-melanchollicus, or, Newes from Westminster, and all other parts Anon. Weekly, Numb. 1 (18-24 Sept. 1647).
Mercurius anti-mercurius. Impartially communicating truth, correcting falshood, reproving the wilfull, pittying the ignorant, and opposing all false and scandalous aspersions unjustly cast upon the two honourable Houses of Parliament. R. J., fl. 1648, (publisher.) Semimonthly, Numb. 1 (12-19 Sept. 1648)-numb. 2 (26 Sept. to 2 Oct. 1648).
Mercurius anti-pragmaticus ... Ley, William, fl. 1638-1657, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (12-19 Oct. 1647)-numb. 19 (27 Jan.-3 Feb. 1648).
Mercurius aquaticus. Communicating intelligence from all parts of the kingdome, especially from the Navy. Anon. Weekly, (4-11 Aug. 1648).
Mercurius aulico-mastix, or, The vvhipping-mercury in opposition to the poysonous intelligence of Avlicvs : by way of information. Bishop, George, fl. 1641-1644, (publisher.) Unknown, Numb. 1 (12 Apr. 1644).
Mercurius aulicus ... Streater, John, fl. 1650-1670, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (13-20 Mar. 1654)-numb. 3 (27 Mar.-3 Apr. 1654)
Mercurius aulicus againe communicating intelligence from all parts, touching all affaires, designes, humours, and conditions throughout the kingdome, especially from Westminster, and the head-quarters. Sheppard, S. (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (25 Jan.-3 Feb. 1648)-numb. 15 (11-18 May 1648).
Mercurius aulicus. Communicating intelligence from all parts of the kingdome, especially from Westminster, and the head-quarters. Sheppard, S. (editor.) Weekly, [Numb. 1] (7 Aug. 1648)-numb. 4 (21-28 Aug. 1648)
Mercurius aulicus (for King Charls II) Communicating intelligence from all parts, touching all affairs, designes, humours, and conditions throughout the kingdom. Especially from Westminster and the head quarters. Anon. Weekly, [Numb. 1] (14-21 Aug. 1649)-numb. 3 (28 Aug.-4 Sept. 1649)
Mercurius bellicus, or, An allarum to all rebels. Communicating intelligence from all parts touching all affaires, designes, humours, and conditions throughout the kingdome, especially from Westminster and the head-quarters. Birkenhead, John, Sir, 1616-1679, (editor, , publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (13-22 Nov. 1647)-numb. 27 (19-26 Jul. 1648).
Mercurius bellonius ... Crouch, John, fl. 1660-1681, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (28 Jan.-4 Feb. [1652])-numb. 4 (25 Feb.-3 Mar. [1652])
Mercurius Britanicus ... Banks, Thomas, fl. 1637-1649, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 2 (16-25 May 1648)-numb. 13 (16 Aug. 1648)
Mercurius Britanicus alive again shewing the distempers of these times. Banks, Thomas, fl. 1637-1649, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (16 May 1648). Cf. Nelson and Seccombe.
Mercurius Britanicus, communicating the affaires of great Britaine for the better information of the people. Audley, Thomas, (editor.) Weekly, -Numb. 130 (11-18 May 1646)
Mercurius Britanicus representing the affaires of Great Britaine to the city and kingdome. B. W., fl. 1647, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (17-24 Jun. 1647)-numb. 3 (1-8 Jun. [i.e. Jul.] 1647)
Mercurius Britannicus Communicating his most impartial intelligence from all parts, touching all humours, affairs, and designes, in the three nations, more especially from France, Holland, and Denmark: with the resolves and debates of Parliament. Ibbitson, Robert, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (19-26 Jul. 1652)-numb. 23 (21-28 Dec. 1652).
Mercurius Britannicus. Commununicating his most remarkable intelligence unto the Kingdome. Hall, John, 1627-1656, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (31 Mar.-7 Apr. 1648).
Mercurius Britannicus impartially communicating to the people, the faithful proceedings of the Lord General and his Councel of Officers ... Eeles, Robert, (publisher.) Weekly, -numb. 10 (13-20 Jun. 1653).
Mercurius Brittanicus. Communicating intelligence from all parts ... Mabbott, Gilbert, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (24 Apr.-4 May 1649)-numb. 7 (29 May-5 Jun. 1649)
Mercurius Caledonius. Comprising the affairs now in agitation in Scotland: with a survey of forraign intelligence. Anon. Weekly, [Numb. 1] (31 Dec. 1660-8 Jan. 1660 [i.e. 1661]).
Mercurius cambro-Britannus, the Brittish mercury, or, The Welch diurnall communicating remarkable intelligences and true newes to awle the whole kingdome ... Alsop, Bernard, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 4 (11-20 Nov. 1643)-
Mercurius candidus. Communicating the weekly newes to the kingdome of England. Harris, John, fl. 1647, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (11-20 Nov. 1646).
Mercurius candidus communicating the weekly newes to the kingdome of England. Pecke, Samuel, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (20-28 Jan. 1646 [i.e. 1647]).
Mercurius Carolinus. Communicating intelligence from all parts, touching all affaires, designes, and humors through the three kingdomes. / Written by Aletophilus, Basiliphilus, Britannophilus. Anon. Weekly, Numb. 1 (19-26 July 1649)
Mercurius Catholicus. Communicating his intelligence from the most learned Protestant writers, to simple and unlearned people ... Budd, Thomas, fl. 1648-1653, (editor.) Bimonthly, [Numb. 1] (15 Sep.? 1648)-numb. 2 (11 Dec.? 1648)
Mercurius censorius, or, Newes from the Isle of Wight, and other parts of the kingdom to the royallists Hall, John, 1627-1656, (editor.) Irregular, Numb. 1 (1 Jun. 1648)-numb. 3 (8-20 Jun. 1648).
Mercurius cinicus, or A true and perfect diurnall intelligence, communicating admirable news out of the air, in the sun, the sea, and the earth ... Anon. Weekly, Numb. 1 (4-11 Aug. 1652).
Mercurius civicus, Londons intelligencer, or, Truth really imparted from thence to the whole kingdome to prevent misinformation ... Bates, Thomas, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (4-11 May 1643)-numb. 183 (3-10 Dec. 1646).
Mercurius classicus. Communicating some choyce intelligence, domestick and forraigne. Anon. Monthly, (August 1653).
Mercurius clericus, or Newes from Syon. Communicated, to all who love (and seek) the peace of Jerusalem. Anon. Weekly, Numb. 1 (17-24 Sept. 1647).
Mercurius clericus, or, Newes from the Assembly of their IIII last yeares in the Holy Convocation at Westminster. Together with Jockey's farewell, death, and epitaph, to all the Presbyterian faction. S. F., fl. 1647, (publisher.) Unknown, Numb. 1 (25 Sep.? 1647).
Mercurius critticus ... Crouch, John, fl. 1660-1681, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (6-13 Apr. 1648)-numb. 3 (27 Apr.-4 May 1648)
Mercurius democritus communicating faithfully the affairs both in city and countrey, with most observable occurrences from forreign parts. Crouch, John, fl. 1660-1681, (editor.) Weekly, -Numb. 2 (26 Apr.-3 May 1659)
Mercurius democritus, or, A perfect nocturnal. Communicating many strange wonders out of the world in the moon, the Antipodes, Maggy-land, Tenebris, Fary-land, Green-land, and other adjacent countries; published for the right understanding of all the mad-merry people of Great-Bedlam. Crouch, John, fl. 1660-1681, (editor.) Weekly, Began with Numb. 1 (3-10 May 1659); ceased with numb. 13 (10-16 Aug. 1659). Cf. Nelson and Seccombe.
Mercurius democritus, or, A true and perfect nocturnall ... White, Thomas, fl. 1652, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 31 (3-10 Nov. 1652)-numb. 86 (15-22 Feb. 1654)
Mercurius democritus, or, A true and perfect nocturnall ... Crouch, John, fl. 1660-1681, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (8 Apr. 1652)-numb. 21 (25 Aug. 1652)
Mercurius diutinus ... Audley, Thomas, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 3 (8-16 Dec. 1646)-numb. 11 (3 to 10 Feb. 1646 [i.e. 1647]).
Mercurius dogmaticus ... Sheppard, S. (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (6-13 Jan. 1648)-numb. 4 (27 Jan.-3 Feb. 1648).
Mercurius domesticus, communicating intelligence concerning all affaires, humours, and conditions which now are a hatching in all parts of England Scotland, and dominion of Wales. Anon. Weekly, Numb. 1 (5 Jun.? 1648).
Mercurius elencticus, communicating his most impartial intelligence from all parts ... Sheppard, S. (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 2 (10-17 June 1651)-numb. 4 (24 June-1 July 1651)
Mercurius elencticus, communicating intelligence from all parts, Westminster, the head-quarters, and other places, discovering their designs, reproving their crimes, and advising the kingdome. Anon. Weekly, Likely began and ceased with numb. 69 (21-28 Feb. 1649). Cf. Nelson and Seccombe.
Mercurius elencticus. Communicating the unparallel'd proceedings at Westminster, the head-quarters, and other places, discovering their designes, reproving their crimes, and advising the kingdome. Anon. Weekly, Likely began and ceased with numb. 56 (6-13 Feb. 1648 [i.e. 1649]). Cf. Nelson and Seccombe.
Mercurius elencticus, communicating the unparallel'd proceedings of the rebells at Westminster, unfolding their designes, reproving their crimes, and advising the kingdom. Sheppard, S. (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (4-11 Apr. 1649).
Mercurius elencticus. Communicating the unparallell'd proceedings at Westminster, the head-quarters, and other places; discovering their designes, reproving their crimes, and advising the kingdome. Sheppard, S. (editor.) Weekly, [Numb. 1] (29 Oct-6 Nov. 1647)-numb. 59 (2-9 Jan. 1648 [i.e. 1649])
Mercurius elencticus. Communicating the unparallell'd proceedings of the rebbells at West-minster, and the head-quarters; discovering their designes, reproving their crimes, and advising the kingdome. Sheppard, S. (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (24 Apr.-1 May 1649)-numb. 27 (29 Oct.-5 Nov. 1649).
Mercurius elencticus (for King Charls II). Communicating intelligence from all parts, touching all affaires, designes, humours, and conditions throughout the kingdome. Especially from Westminster, and the head-quarters. Anon. Weekly, Numb. 1 (30 Apr.-7 May 1649)-numb. 2 (7-14 May 1649)
Mercurius elenticus [sic] (for King Charles the II). Communicating intelligence from all parts, touching all affaires, designs, humors, and conditions throughout the kingdome. Especially from Westminster and the head-quarters. Anon. Weekly, Numb. 1 (22 Apr. 1649 [i.e. 1650])-numb. 7 (27 May-3 Jun. 1650)
Mercurius fidelicus. Truly and faithfully imparting to the kingdome intelligence from Scotland, Wales, and Ireland, but especially from Westminster and the head-quarters, touching all conditions, natures, humours, and qualities. Anon. Weekly, Numb. 1 (17-24 Aug. 1648)-numb. 2 (24-31 Aug. 1648)
Mercurius fumigosus, or The smoaking nocturnal, communicating many strange wonders out of the world in the moon, the antipodes, Magyland, Greenland, Faryland ... Published for the right understanding of all the mad-merry-people of Great Bedlam. Crouch, John, fl. 1660-1681, (editor.) Irregular, Numb. 1 (28 Mar. 1660)-numb. 8 (1 Aug. 1660)
Mercurius fumigosus, or, The smoking nocturnall, Communicating dark and hidden newes out of all obscure places in the Antipodes, either in fire, aire, water or earth. For the right understanding of all the mad merry people in the land of darkness. Crouch, John, fl. 1660-1681, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (June 7, 1654)-numb. 70 (19 Sept.-3 Oct. 1655)
Mercurius Gallicus. Communicating the sense of the Protestants of France, as touching the present condition of affaires in England. Anon. Unknown, -Numb. 3 (undated)
Mercurius heliconicus ... By R.F. R. F., fl. 1651. Weekly, Numb. 1 (3 Feb.? 1651)-numb. 2 (12 Feb.? 1651)
Mercurius Heraclitus, or, The weeping philosopher, sadly bemoaning the distractions of the times communicating true news from wet eyes, sad hearts, and perplexed minds, concerning the agrievances [sic] of the people. White, Thomas, fl. 1652, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (28 June 1652)-numb. 3 (5-12 July 1652)
Mercurius honestus, or, Newes from Westminster Touching the unfolding of Elencticus and Pragmaticus, the distempering of the members, the beating of the pulses ... Bostock, Robert, d. 1656, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (19 May? 1648)-numb. 2 (25 May? 1648).
Mercurius honestus, or Tom Tell-truth briefly communicating the chiefest occurrences, both foreign and domestick. Anon. Weekly, Numb. 1 (14-21 Mar. 1659 [i.e. 1660])
Mercurius Hybernicus. Communicating intelligence chiefly from the kingdome of Ireland, and the armies there under the most illustrious Marquesse of Ormond, and Oliver Cromwell : also, impartially specifying the most remarkable passages hapning at Westminster, at London, and among the forces of Fairfax ... Anon. Weekly, Numb. 1 (30 Aug.-6 Sept. 1649).
Mercurius impartialis, or, An answer to that treasonable pamphlet, Mercurius militaris, together with the Moderate. Likewise, communicating the affaires of the kingdome, especially from Westminster and the head-quarters. Wharton, George, Sir, 1617-1681, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (5-12 Dec. 1648).
Mercurius insanus, insanissimus Anon. Unknown, Began with unnumbered, undated issue of early 1648; ceased with numb. 7 (undated). Cf. Nelson and Seccombe.
Mercurius jocosus, or The merry mercurie bringing news of the best concets [sic] from the most refined fancies, as well ancient as modern, choise, various, and delightful ... together with the heads of all the remarkable news ... Lock, Thomas, (editor.) Weekly, (14-21 July 1654)-(28 Jul.-4 Aug. 1654).
Mercurius mastix faithfully lashing all scouts, mercuries, posts, spyes, and others, who cheat the Commonwealth under the name of intelligence : and discovering their base cheats, and unworthy tricks, whereby they purloyn money out of all honest mens pockets. Sheppard, S. (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (20-27 Aug. 1652).
Mercurius medicus, or, A soveraigne salve for these sick times Walker, Henry, Ironmonger, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (11 Oct.? 1647)-numb. 2 (15-22 Oct. 1647)
Mercurius melancholicus. Communicating the generall affaires of the kingdome. Especially from Westminster and the head-quarters. Hackluyt, John, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (25 Dec. 1648-1 Jan. 1649)-numb. 3 (5-12 Jan. 1649)
Mercurius melancholicus, for King Charles the Second. Against those bloody usurpers, tyrants, and traytors, of the juncto and army; communicating impartially, their unparalel'd proceedings, the variety of humors, and truth of affaires from all parts. Taylor, John, 1580-1653, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (24-31 May 1649)-
Mercurius melancholicus, or, Newes from Westminster and other parts Hackluyt, John, (editor.) Weekly, [Numb. 1] ([28 Aug.-4 Sep.] 1647)-numb. 62 (14-21 Nov. 1648).
Mercurius melancholicus, or, Newes from Westminster, and the head-quarters, and other parts of this kingdome. Crouch, John, fl. 1660-1681. Weekly, Numb. 1 (21-28 July 1648)
Mercurius militaris Comunicating from all parts of England, Scotland, & Ireland, all martiall enterprizes, designs, and successes, and particularly the actions, humors, & qualities of the army under the command of His Excellency, Thomas Lord Fairfax. Harris, John, fl. 1647. Weekly, Numb. 1 (10 Oct. 1648)-numb. 5 (14-21 Nov. 1648).
Mercurius militaris, or, The armies scout, Comunicating from all parts of England, Scotland, & Ireland, all martiall enterprizes, designs, and successes, and particularly the actions, humors, & qualities of the army under the command of His Excellency, Thomas Lord Fairfax. Harris, John, fl. 1647. Weekly, Numb. 2 (10-17 [i.e. 17-24] Oct. 1648)-numb. 5 (14-21 Nov. 1648); numb. 3 (6 May 1649)
Mercurius militaris, or, Times only truth-teller, Faithfully undeceiving the expectations of the vulgar, (who are daily abused by a crew of brainlesse and brazen-faced news-scriblers (whether royall, martiall, or Parliamentall) who have sold themselves for a penny to doe wickedly, relating the most perfect transactions, both forraigne and domestick, collected with much labour from divers particulars, and here presented in one bundle to the reader. Hackluyt, John, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (22-29 May 1649).
Mercurius morbicus, or, Newes from Westminster, and other parts Walker, Henry, Ironmonger, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1-3 (20 Sep.? 1647)-numb. 4 (20-27 Sep. 1647)
Mercurius nullus, or, The invisible nuncius comprising the sum of all intelligence between Well-Close and Westminster. Anon. Weekly, [Numb. 1] ("From tomorrow morning, till yesterday at noon, 1654")-numb. 2 ("From tomorrow morning, March 20 till yesterday in the afternoon, March 19.")
Mercurius pacificus, his lectures of concord seasonably read to our destructive discords, from smal [sic] sparks to greatflames [sic], now in hope to be quencht by a treaty of peace. Taylor, John, 1580-1653. Weekly, (8 Nov.? 1648).
Mercurius pacificus Impartially communicating unto the Common-wealth of England the passages in the honourable House of Commons, as also in the army. Taylor, John, 1580-1653, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (17-25 May [1649])-numb. 2 (24-31 May [1649])
Mercurius pacificus. With a diligent search and inquiry for peace. Taylor, John, 1580-1653. Unknown, (7 July? 1650).
Mercurius phanaticus, or, Mercury temporizing Lambert, John, fl. 1660, (publisher.) Weekly, -Numb. 2 (14-21 Mar. [1660])
Mercurius philo-monarchicus Communicating intelligence from all parts, to inform all the loyall subjects of Charles the Second. Anon. Weekly, Numb. 1 (10-17 Apr. 1649)-numb. [2] (14-21 May 1649).
Mercurius phreneticus Sheppard, S. (editor.) Weekly, [Numb. 1] (29 Mar.? 1652)-[numb. 4] (22 Apr.? 1652)
Mercurius phreneticus. Communicating intelligence as well forraign as domestick, to all the mad-men, moon-men, phrenetick-men, phanatick, melancholy, mastfull, merry people of Great Brattain. Sheppard, S. (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (12-19 Jul. 1652).
Mercurius poeticus Comprizing the sum of all intelligence, with the affairs and designes now on foot in the three nations of England, Ireland, and Scotland. In defence of the Commonwealth and for information of the people. Nedham, Marchamont, 1620-1678, (editor.) Weekly, -Numb. 2 (1-8 Mar. 1654)
Mercurius poeticus. Discovering the treasons of a thing call'd Parliament, also giving perfect intelligence, of all the most remarkable undertakings from the kingdome of Scotland, Pembrook Castle, and other parts now in a military posture, for the restoration of his Majesty, and the lawes of the kingdome. Anon. Weekly, Numb. 1 (5-13 May 1648).
Mercurius politicus ... Hall, John, 1627-1656, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (6-13 Jun. 1650)-numb. 615 (5-12 Apr. 1660)
Mercurius politicus, communicating the chief transactions of, and advertisements from the three kingdomes, England, Scotland, and Ireland. With the proceedings in both houses of Parliament. Also occurrences from foreign parts. And a particular advice from the Office of Intelligence over against the conduit near the Royal Exchange. Williams, Oliver, fl. 1657-1670, (editor.) Biweekly, Began with numb. 2 (19-26 Apr. 1660); ceased with numb. 22 (28 Jun.-5 Jul. 1660). Cf. Nelson and Seccombe.
Mercurius populus. Or Newes declaring plain truth to the people Anon. Unknown, Numb. 1 (11 Nov. 1647).
Mercurius pragmaticus Anon. Unknown, [Numb. 1] (20 June? 1659)
Mercurius pragmaticus, Communicating his most impartial intelligence from all parts, more especially touching the real state, and general affairs of England, Scotland, Ireland, France, and Holland. Sheppard, S. (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (18-25 May [1652])-numb. 6 (23-30 Jun. [1652]).
Mercurius pragmaticus. Communicating his most impartial intelligence from all parts : more especially touching the real state, and general affairs of England, Scotland, Ireland, France, and Holland. Nedham, Marchamont, 1620-1678, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (29 Jun.-6 Jul. 1652).
Mercurius pragmaticus communicating his weekly intelligence from all parts, touching all affairs, designs, humours, conditions, carriages, and practices of all sorts of people, &c. Marsh, Henry, fl. 1663-1664, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (30 Aug.-6 Sep. 1659).
Mercurius pragmaticus Communicating intelligence from all parts, touching all affaires, designes, humours, and conditions, throughout the kingdome, especially from Westminster and the head-quarters. Sheppard, S. (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (14-21 Sep. [1647])-numb. 28 (21-28 Mar. 1648) ; Numb. 1 (28 Mar.-4 Apr. 1648)-numb. 53 (1-8 May 1649)
Mercurius pragmaticus (for King Charles II). Communicating intelligence from all parts, touching all affaires, designes, humours, and conditions throughout the kingdome, especially from Westminster, and the head-quarters. Cleveland, John, 1613-1658. Weekly, Numb. 1 (17-24 Apr. 1649)-numb. 55 (21-28 May 1650)
Mercurius pragmaticus, for King Charls II. Communicating intelligence from all parts touching all affairs, designs, humours, and conditions throughout the kingdom. Especially from Westminster, and the head-quarters. Anon. Weekly, Numb. 1 (10-17 Sep. 1649)-numb. 2 (17-24 Sep. 1649)
Mercurius pragmaticus revived, and from the shades of his retirement return'd again, to communicate his most impartial intelligence from all parts ... Sheppard, S. (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (3-10 June 1651).
Mercurius pragmaticus Taking a serious view of the present condition, proceedings, and conspiracies of the distracted part of the world; impartially communicating publique affairs, and gently correcting domestick errors. Lock, Thomas, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (16-25 May 1653)-
Mercurius psitacus, or The parotting [sic] Mercury, communicating the affaires of the kingdome, viz. from Westminster, London, Sir Marmaduke Langdale in the north, the Scots, the Kentish and Essexian royallists, the Isle of Wight, and Colchester. Anon. Weekly, Began with numb. 1 (5-12 Jun. 1648); ceased with numb. 9 (31 Jul.-7 Aug. 1648). Cf. Nelson and Seccombe.
Mercurius publicus ... Dury, Giles (editor.) Weekly, Began with numb. 1 (29 Dec. 1659-5 Jan. 1660); ceased with numb. 33 (13-20 Aug. 1663). Cf. Nelson and Seccombe.
Mercurius publicus Communicating emergent occurrences, and several passages of these times for the further discovery of that mystery of iniquity the present Parliament at Westminster, and the timely information of the abused people of England. Anon. Weekly, Numb. 1 ([16 May 1648])-numb. 3 (22-29 May 1648)
Mercurius republicus. Communicating martiall actions, with other publique affairs to the nations, of England and Ireland. Leybourne, Robert, fl. 1645-1661, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (22-29 May 1649).
Mercurius rhadamanthus the chief iudge of hell, his circuit throughout all the courts of law in England ... Anon. Weekly, [Numb. 1] (27 June? 1653)-numb. 5 (18-25 Jul. 1653)
Mercurius rusticus, or, The countries complaint of the murthers, robberies, plunderings, and other outrages committed by the rebells on His Majesties faithfull subjects Ryves, Bruno, 1596-1677, (editor.) Weekly, The first weeke (20 May 1643)-
Mercurius scommaticus, communicating his most impartial intelligence from all parts ... Sheppard, S. (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 5 (1-8 July 1651).
Mercurius Scoticus. Imparting the proceedings of the northern armies now advancing against the independent party at Westminster. Wharton, George, Sir, , editor. 1617-1681, Unknown, Numb. 1 (19 Jul.? 1648).
Mercurius urbanicus, or, Newes from London and Westminster, and other parts Anon. Unknown, (2-9 May 1648).
Mercurius veridicus ... Alsop, Bernard, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 3 (6-13 Feb. 1644)-numb. 11 (2-10 Apr. 1644).
Mercurius veridicus, Communicating intelligence from all parts of Great Britaine, but especially from Westminster Hall, the army and city of London. Touching all affairs, humors, and conditions of men. Anon. Weekly, Numb. 1 (14-21 Apr. 1648)-numb. 3 (27 Apr.-8 May 1648)
Mercurius veridicus. Communicating some choice inteligence domestick and forreign. Maxwell, David, d. ca. 1665, (publisher.) Weekly, Began with numb. 1 (29 May-5 Jun. 1660); ceased with numb. 3 (12-19 Jun. 1660). Cf. Nelson and Seccombe.
Mercurius veridicus, or, True informations, of speciall and remarkable passages, from both houses of Parliament, and severall counties of the kingdome Alsop, Bernard, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (12-19 Apr. 1645)-numb. 10 [new series] (28 Feb.-7 Mar. 1646)
Mercurius zeteticus. The theme, Scoto-presbyter. Anon. Weekly, Hebdomas prima (22 Apr. 1652). Cf. Nelson and Seccombe.
Mercvrivs anglicvs. Communicating intelligence from all parts of the kingdome of England, cheifly from Westminster, London, Colchester, Duke Hambleton, and Sir Marmaduke Langdale. Anon. Weekly, Numb. 1 (27 Jul.-3 Aug. 1648).
Mercvrivs avlicvs, communicating the intelligence and affaires of the court to the rest of the kingdome. Heylyn, Peter, 1600-1662, (editor.) Weekly, -(31 Aug.-7 Sept. 1645).
Mercvrivs &c. ... Anon. Weekly, [Numb. 1] (17 Ian. 1643 [i.e. 1644])-numb. 2 (31 Jan-6 Feb. 1643 [i.e. 1644]).
Mercvrivs vrbanvs communicating the severall lies, mistakes, and absurdities of Brittannicus and others to the abused people. Anon. Weekly, Numb. 2 (9 Nov.? 1643).
Merlinus phanaticus, or, The phanatique Merlin. Communicating to the world, more truths then [sic] quacks, mountebanks, and impostors are willing to hear of. Written for the right understanding and (almost) hopeless reformation of Merlinus anglicus; being the substance of a discourse between Phanaticus and Fumigosus. Anon. Unknown, Numb. 1 (undated). Cf. Nelson and Seccombe.
The metropolitan nuncio, or, Times only truth-teller, Faithfully undeceiving the expectations of the vulgar, who are daily abused by a crew of brainlesse and brazen-faced news-scriblers (whether royall, martiall, or Parliamentall) who have sold themselves for a penny to do wickedly, relating the most perfect transactions, both forraign and domestick, collected with much labour from divers particulars, and here presented in one bundle to the reader. Anon. Weekly, -numb. 3 (6-13 Jun. 1649)
The military actions of Europe as also the councels made publique relating thereto, with such other particulars as happen; collected weekly for the Tuesday post. Calvert, Giles, d. 1664, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (20-27 Oct. 1646)-numb. 2 (27 Oct.-2 Nov. 1646)
The military scribe ... Ewrey, William, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (20-27 Feb. 1644)-numb. 6 (26 Mar.-2 Apr. 1644)
The moderate impartially communicating martial affaires to the kingdome of England. Mabbott, Gilbert, (attributed editor.) Weekly, Numb. 171 (22-29 Jun. 1648)-numb. 63 (18-25 Sep. 1649)
The moderate informer Communicating the most remarkable transactions both civil and military in the Common-Wealth of England. Together with a faithfull account of the actions and affairs from all other nations beyond the seas, but more especially from Holland, Germany, and Denmark. Gilbert, William, fl. 1660, (publisher.) Weekly, [Numb. 1] (12-18 May 1660)-[numb. 2] (19-25 May 1660)
A moderate intelligence, impartially communicating martial affairs to the kindgom of England. White, Robert, fl. 1639-1677, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (17-24 May 1649)-numb. 2 (24-31 May 1649)
The moderate intelligencer, comprising the several proceedings of state affairs in England, Scotland, and Ireland with the affairs and designs now on foot Holland, Denmark, France, Sweden, and other parts of Europe. Wood, Robert, fl. 1637-1667, (publisher.) Weekly, -numb. 177 (3-10 May 1654)
The moderate intelligencer. Comprising the summe of all occurrences in England, Scotland, and Ireland : with the affaires and designes now on foot, in France, Denmark, Sweden, and Holland, of, and in relation to the K. of Scots, the army, and Common-Wealth of England. Wood, Robert, fl. 1637-1667, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (2-9 May 1653)-numb. 17 (22-29 Aug. 1653)
The moderate intelligencer comprising the summe of all occurrences in England, Scotland, and Ireland : with the affaires and designes now on foot, in France, Denmark, Sweden, and Holland, of, and in relation to the K. of Scots, the Parliament, army, and Common-Wealth of England. Dillingham, John, (attributed editor.) Weekly, -numb. 169 (22-29 Dec. 1652)
The moderate intelligencer impartially communicating martiall affaires to the kingdom of England. Dillingham, John, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (27 Feb.-6 Mar. 1645)-numb. 237 (27 Sep.-4 Oct. 1649)
The moderate intelligencer impartially communicating martiall affairs to the kingdom of England. Dillingham, John, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (29 May-5 Jun. 1649)
The moderate mercury Faithfully communicating divers remarkable passages both forreign and domestique, whereby the truth will manifestly appear, and the mouth of wilful malignancy be utterly stopped. Ley, William, fl. 1638-1657, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (14-21 Jun. 1649)-numb. 2 (21-28 Jun. 1649)
The moderate messenger communicating the affaires of the Parliament, and city, to the kingdome of England. Anon. Weekly, -numb. 22 (16-23 Feb. 1647)
The moderate messenger comprising the summe of all occurrences in England, Scotland, and Ireland : with the affaires and designes now on foot, in France, Denmark, Sweden, and Holland, of, and in relation to the K. of Scots, the Parliament, army, and Common-wealth of England. Horton, George, fl. 1647-1660, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (31 Jan.-7 Feb. 1653)-numb. 5 (7-14 Mar. 1653)
The moderate messenger impartially communicating martiall affaires to the kingdome of England. Coe, Jane, fl. 1644-1647, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (27 Jan.-2 Deb. 1646)-numb. 4 (24 Feb.-3 Mar. 1646)
The moderate messenger. Impartially communicating the daily proceedings in Parliament ... Border, D. (editor.) Weekly, -numb. 22 (17-22 Sept. 1649)
Moderate occurrences Faithfully communicating the impartial proceedings of the English and Dutch navies at sea, the affaires and designes now on foot in England, Scotland, France, Ireland, Denmark, Holland, and other parts in Europe. Horton, George, fl. 1647-1660, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (29 Mar.-5 Apr. 1653)-numb. 8 (24-31 May 1653)
The moderate publisher of every daies intelligence from the army, under the command of his Excellency the Lord General Cromwel. With other remarkable proceedings in England, Holland, France, Scotland, Ireland, and other parts. White, Thomas, fl. 1652, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. [1] (7-14 Oct. 1653)-numb. 12 (6-13 Jan. 1654)
The moderate publisher of every daies [sic] intelligence from the Parliaments army, under the command of his Excellency the Lord General Cromwel with other remarkable proceedings in England, Holland, France, Scotland, Ireland, and other parts. Walker, Henry, Ironmonger, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 81 (14-21 Jan. 1652 [1653])-numb. 149 (2-9 Sep. 1653)
The moderate publisher of every dayes intelligence from the Army, and his Highness the Lord Protector, and his Council. Walker, Henry, Ironmonger, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (13-20 Jan. 1654).
The modern intelligencer Impartially communicating the daily proceedings of the Parliaments army under the command of his Excellency the Lord Gen. Cromwell ; as also the further proceedings of the Scottish army under the conduct of Major General Massey Pointz, with their further proceedings ; and other remarkable passages from Scotland, Ireland, and the navies at sea. Alkin, Elizabeth, (publisher.) Weekly, -numb. 5 (26 Aug.-3 Sep. [1651])
The moderne intelligencer, communicating the chief affairs in England, Ireland & Scotland. With the last intelligence from the head quarters, the navies at sea, and choise passages from other parts. Alkin, Elizabeth, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (10-18 Sep. 1650)-numb. 2 (18-25 Sep. 1650)
The moderne intelligencer faithfully communicating martiall affaires, domestick and forraigne, to the kingdome of England. Lindsey, George, fl. 1642-1648, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (12-19 Aug. 1647)-numb. 7 (23-30 Sep. 1647)
A modest narrative of intelligence ... Fitted for the republique of England & Ireland. Moxon, James, fl. 1647-1651, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (7 Apr. 1649)-numb. 25 (15-22 Sep. 1649)
The monethly intelligencer faithfully communicating the grand transactions and occurrences in most principal places of the world ; also, an exact and impartial account of the chief passages of all kindes, within the dominions of England, Scotland, and Ireland. Johnson, Thomas, fl. 1642-1677, (publisher.) Monthly, Numb. 1 (1 Dec. 1659-1 Jan. 1660)
The monthly account of February. Being a collection of all the most speciall and observable passages of the whole month ... Harper, Richard, fl. 1633-1652, (publisher.) Monthly., (February 1645).
Mr. Peters report from the Army, to the Parliament made Saturday the 26 of Iuly. 1645 ... Peters, Hugh, 1598-1660. Weekly, Numb. 1 (26 Jul. 1645)-numb. 3 (11 Aug. 1645).
The national scout impartially communicating the most remarkable intelligence, from all Christian kings, princes, states, and common-wealths ... Horton, George, fl. 1647-1660, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (9-16 July 1659).
New Christian vses upon the weekly true passages and proceedings, which from week to week are most considerable in the whole kingdom. Chapman, Laurence, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (7 Oct? 1643)
The newes, or, The ful particulars of the last fight. Comprising the sum of all intelligence between the English and the Dutch at sea, with other very remarkable passages and proceedings of the armies in England, Scotland, Ireland, and other parts. Anon. Weekly, Unnumbered (5-12 Aug. 1653)
The observator, with a summary of intelligence. Nedham, Marchamont, 1620-1678, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (24-31 Oct. 1654)-numb. 2 (31 Oct.-7 Nov. 1654)
Occurrences from forraigne parts ... Macock, John, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (28 Jun.-5 Jul. 1659)-
Occurrences of certain speciall and remarkable passages in Parliament, and the affaires of the kingdome. Published according to order, for fuller satisfaction. Saltmarsh, John, d. 1647, (editor.) Weekly, -numb. 16 (5-12 Apr. 1644)
Occvrrences from Ireland being a copy of a letter from Dublin by an officer of the regiment commanded by Colonell Munke, written by a private friend of his in London ; relating all the severall passages of the English forces in those parts against the rebels ; also relieving of divers castles and the bringing in of the heads of the Lord Cunboynes brother, Colonell Berne and Colonell Butler, with divers other matters of note. Twyford, Henry, (publisher.) Unknown, -numb. 3 (2-22 Apr. 1642)
A packet of letters from Sir Thomas Fairfax his quarter, with papers intercepted concerning the designes of the Kings forces. Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1612-1671. Unknown, Numb. 1 (30 Oct. 1645)
Packets of letters ... to members of the House of Commons. Ibbitson, Robert, (publisher.) Weekly, [Numb. 1] (22 Mar. 1647 [1648])-numb. 37 (28 Nov. 1648)
A paerfect [sic] diurnall of the proceedigns [sic] in Parliament Wood, Robert, fl. 1637-1667, (publisher.) Weekly, (5-12 Sept. 1642)-(10-17 Oct. 1642)
Papers from the Scots quarters Containing some passages, concerning the king, the estates of Scotland, the garisons, the armies, and proceedings for the settling of the kingdomes in peace. Pecke, Samuel, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (14 Oct. 1646)
Papers of the resolution of the Parliament of Scotland, to deliver the King to the Commissioners of the Parliament of England. Coe, Jane, fl. 1644-1647, (publisher.) Irregular, Numb. 1 (22 Jan. 1647)-numb. 5 (3 Mar. 1647)
The Parliament-kite, or, The tell-tale bird. Communicating intelligence from all parts of the kingdome, touching all affaires, humours, conditions and designes, especially from Westminster, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, and the head-quarters. Anon. Weekly, Numb. 1 (10-16 May 1648)-numb. 15 (24-31 Aug. 1648)
The Parliament-porter, or, The door-keeper of the House of Commons Informing the kingdome of the plots and strategems of that headlesse thing sitting at Westminster under the name of a Parliament, with the most remarkable intelligence from London, the navie, and the army. Anon. Weekly, Numb. 1 (28 Aug.-4 Sep. 1648)-numb. 4 (18-25 Sep. 1648)
The Parliament scout communicating his intelligence to the kingdome. Dillingham, John, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (20-27 Jun. 1643)-numb. 84 (23-30 Jan 1645).
The Parliamentary intelligencer comprising the sum of forraign intelligence with the affairs now in agitation in England, Scotland, and Ireland : for information of the people. Dury, Giles, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (19-26 Dec. 1659)-numb. 53 (24-31 Dec. 1660).
The Parliaments post faithfully communicating to the kingdome the proceedings of the armies on both sides. Bishop, George, fl. 1641-1644, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (6-13 May 1645)-numb. 21 (30 Sep.-7 Oct. 1645)
The Parliaments scouts discovery, or, Certain information from both armies, and other parts of the kingdome Dillingham, John, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (9-16 June 1643).
The Parliaments scrich-owle, her singing before death. Or, Intelligence from several parts of the kingdom touching affaires, humors, projects, conditions, aimes, and designs &c. of the Parliament and army. Anon. Weekly, Numb. 1 (29 Jun.? 1648)-numb. 3 (14 Jul.? 1648)
The Parliaments vulture. Newes from all parts of the kingdome. Anon. Weekly, Numb. 1 (15-22 June 1648)
A particular advice from foreign parts also from the office of intelligence ... Williams, Oliver, fl. 1657-1670, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 43 (25 Nov.-2 Dec. 1659)-numb. 51 (23-30 Dec. 1659)
A particular advice from the office of intelligence ... Macock, John, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (23-30 June 1659)-numb. 41 (18-22 Nov. 1659)
A particular relation of the most remarkable occurrences from the vnited forces in the north under the command of those three approved and faithfull friends both unto the church and common-wealth Generall Lesly, the Lord Fairefax and the Earle of Manchester ... / sent from the leagure before Yorke by Sim. Ash, Will. Goode ... ; together with a true and most credible relation of Prince Ruperts inhumane carriage at his taking of Boulton in a letter from Mr. Herrick of Manchester to the Lady Herrick in London. Ashe, Simeon, d. 1662. Weekly, Numb. 3 (1-10 Jun. 1644).
A particular relation of the severall removes, services, and successes of the Right Honorable the Earle of Manchesters army drawn forth of the associated counties of Norfolke, Suffolke, Essex, Cambridge, &c, since he went from Bedford ... / sent by Mr. William Goode from the Earles quarters at Lincolne to Mr. Simeon Ash ... Goode, William, b. 1599 or 1600. Weekly, Numb 1 (May 1644).
A perfect account of the daily intelligence from the armies in England, Scotland, and Ireland, the navy at sea, and other transactions of, and in relation to this common-wealth. Alsop, Bernard, (publisher.) Weekly, -numb. 246 (19-26 Sep. 1655)
Perfect and impartial intelligence, of the affairs, in England, Scotland, and Ireland, and other parts beyond the seas. Moon, Richard, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (16-23 May 1654)-numb. 3 (26 May-2 Jun. 1654)
A perfect and more particular relation of the proceedings of the army in Ireland Leach, Francis, d. 1658, (publisher.) Weekly, -numb. 2 (17 Nov.? 1649)
A perfect declaration of the proceedings in Parliament, and true information from the armies. Whalley, Henry, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (26 Apr. 1645).
A perfect diary of passages of the Kings army, and their severall fights, treaties, and actions ; with the Parliaments forces under the command of the Lord Fairfax. Anon. Weekly, [Numb. 1] (19-26 June 1648)
Perfect diurnall occurrences of certain military affairs in order to the armies, in England, Scotland, and Ireland. With variety of the transactions of other nations. Coles, Francis, d. 1680, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (1-8 May 1654)
A perfect diurnall of some passages and proceedings of, and in relation to, the armies in England and Ireland Pecke, Samuel, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (10-17 Dec. 1649)-numb. 302 (17-24 Sep. 1655)
A perfect diurnall of some passages in Parliament, and from other parts of this kingdome. Pecke, Samuel, (editor.) Weekly, Title from caption.
A perfect diurnall, of some passages of Parliament, and intelligence from the armies in England, Scotland, and Ireland, and more particularly from the army under the immediate conduct of his Excellency the Lord General Cromwell. Pecke, Samuel, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 324 (15-22 July 1650)-numb. 325 (22-29 July 1650)
A perfect diurnall of the passages in Parliament Grismond, John, (publisher.) Weekly, -numb. 54 (12-19 June 1643)
A perfect diurnall of the passages in Parliament Pecke, Samuel, (editor.) Weekly, -numb. 53 (12-19 Jun. 1643)
A perfect diurnall of the passages in Parliament Pecke, Samuel, (editor.) Weekly, [Numb. 1] (24-31 Jan 1641 [1642])-numb. 12 (28 Mar.-4 Apr. 1642)
A perfect diurnall of the passages in Parliament Pecke, Samuel, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (13-20 June 1642)-numb. 9 (8-15 Aug. 1642)
A perfect diurnall of the passages in Parliament Cook, Thomas, fl. 1642, (publisher.) Weekly, -numb. 9 (8-15 Aug. 1642)
A perfect diurnall of the passages in Parliament Cooke, William, fl. 1632-1642, (publisher.) Weekly, -numb. 15 (26 Sep.-3 Oct. 1642)
A perfect diurnall, or Occurrences of certain military affairs in order to the armies in England, Scotland, and Ireland. With variety of the transactions of other nations. Coles, Francis, d. 1680, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 2 (8-15 May 1654)-numb. 28 (23-30 Oct. 1654).
A perfect diurnall, or The daily proceedings in the conventicle of the phanatiques. Anon. Weekly, Numb. 1 (19 Mar.? 1659 [i.e. 1660])
A perfect diurnall, or, The proceedings in Parliament Thomas, John, fl. 1637-1644, (publisher.) Weekly, [Numb. 1] (11-19 July 1642)-[numb. 2] (18-25 July 1642)
Perfect occurrences, faithfully communicating ... Horton, George, fl. 1647-1660, (publisher.) Irregular, Numb. 1 (30 Jan-6 Feb. 1654)-numb. 2 (20-27 Feb. 1654)
Perfect occurrences, faithfully communicating ... Anon. Weekly, Numb. 1 (21-28 Apr. 1654)-numb. 5 (16-23 Jun. 1654)
Perfect occurrences of both houses of Parliament, and martiall affairs Saltmarsh, John, d. 1647, (editor.) Weekly, Eleventh week (13 Mar. 1646)-Three and fiftieth week (1 Jan. 1647)
Perfect occurrences of every dayes journall in Parliament, and other moderate intelligence. Ibbitson, Robert, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (1-8 Jan. 1646 [i.e. 1647])-numb. 145 (5-12 Oct. 1649)
Perfect occurrences of Parliament, and chief collections of letters ... Coe, Andrew, fl. 1649, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 23 (24-31 May 1644)-Tenth weeke (6 Mar. 1646)
The perfect occurrences of Parliament, and the proceedings of the armie, collected and published according to order for fuller satisfaction. Saltmarsh, John, d. 1647, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 17 (12-19 Apr. 1644)-numb. 19 (3 May 1644).
Perfect occurrences of some passages in Parliament, and from other parts of this kingdom. Saltmarsh, John, d. 1647, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 20 (3-10 May 1644)-numb. 22 (17-24 May 1644)
Perfect passages of each dayes proceedings in Parliament Austin, Robert, fl. 1642-1656, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (16-23 Oct. 1644)-numb. 71 (25 Feb.-4 Mar. 1646)
Perfect passages of every daies intelligence from the Parliaments army, under the command of his Excellency the Lord General Cromwell. And other remarkable proceedings in England, Scotland, Ireland, and other parts. Walker, Henry, Ironmonger, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (28 Jun.-5 Jul. 1650)-numb. 80 (24-31 Dec. 1652)
Perfect passages of state and martiall affairs Austin, Robert, fl. 1642-1656, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (28 Jul.-4 Aug. 1646)
Perfect proceedings of state-affaires in England, Scotland and Ireland, with the transactions of other nations. Ibbitson, Robert, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 283 (22 Feb.-1 Mar. 1654 [i.e. 1655])-numb. 313 (20-27 Sep. 1655)
A perfect relation or svmmarie of all the declarations, messages, and answers, passages and proceedings between the Kings Majesty and both Houses of Parliament ... Coles, Francis, d. 1680, (publisher.) Irregular, Numb. 1 (19-29 Sep. 1642)-numb. 2 (29 Sep.-11 Oct. 1642).
A perfect summarie of chiefe passages in Parliament and intelligence from other parts. Clowes, John, fl. 1647-1660. Weekly, Numb. 1 (12-19 Feb. 1647 [i.e. 1648]
A perfect summary of chiefe passages in Parliament from the army, and other parts of the kingdoms; for satisfaction of such as desire true intelligence. Walker, Henry, Ironmonger, (editor.) Weekly, [Numb. 1] (19-26 July 1647)-numb. 11 (29 Sep.-6 Oct. 1647).
A perfect summary of exact passages of Parliament and other choyce intelligence concerning the affaires of England. Jennings, Theodore, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (22-29 Jan. 1648 [i.e.1649])-numb. 27 (24 Sep.-1 Oct. 1649)
A perfect tiurnall, or, VVelch post. With her croat packet of letter for her to carry into her countrey of VVhales [sic], touching her pretren [sic] proceeding, and war in England. Anon. Weekly, [unnumbered] (4-11 Feb. 1643)
The perfect weekely account containing certain special and remarkable passages from both Houses of Parliament, the General Assembly of the kingdome of Scotland, and the state and condition of the Kings Majesty, the army and kingdome. Alsop, Bernard, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 18 (28 Apr.-5 May 1647)-numb. 1 (28 Dec. 1647-5 Jan. 1648)
The perfect weekly account containing certain special and remarkable passages from both Houses of Parliament, the General Assembly of the kingdome of Scotland, and the state and condition of the Kings Majesty, the army and kingdome. Alsop, Bernard, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (22-29 Mar. 1647 [1648])-(3-10 Oct. 1649)
The perfect weekly account. Containing the daily intelligence in England, Ireland, and Scotland, with the proceedings of the armie under the command of his Excellency the Lord General Cromwel. Alsop, Bernard, (publisher.) Weekly, [Numb. 1] (10-17 Jul. 1650)-
The phanatick intelligencer Communicating the chief occurrences and proceedings of the sectarian generation, within the dominions of England, Scotland, and Ireland. Anon. Unknown, Numb. 1 (21 Mar.? 1660)
The phoenix of Europe, or The forraigne intelligencer of our neighbour kingdomes, for the preventing of forraigne dangers, very usefull and necessary, as well in times of peace, as now in these troublesom times, setting forth the condition and affaires of other countries, as they now stand. / Published by W. Pendred a well-willer to his country. Pendred, William, (editor.) Unknown, Numb. 1 (16 Jan. 1645 [i.e. 1646])
The politique informer. Communicating the mysteries of state to the people of Great Brittain. Wood, Robert, fl. 1637-1667, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (23-30 Jan. 1654)-numb. 2 (30 Jan-6 Feb. 1654)
The politique post ... Horton, George, fl. 1647-1660, (publisher.) Weekly, (4-11 Jan. 1653 [i.e.1654])-
The proceedings of the Army under the command of Sir Thomas Fairfax ... Bowles, Edward, 1613-1662, (editor.) Weekly, [Numb. 1] (1-6 July 1645)-numb. 7 (8-15 Aug. 1645)
The publick adviser, weekly communicating unto the whole nation the several occasions of all persons that are any way connected in matter of buying and selling, or in any kind of imployment, or dealings whatsoever, according to the intent of the Office of Publick Advice newly set up in several places, in and about London and Westminster. For the better accomodation and ease of the people, and the universal benefit of the Commonwealth, in point of publick intercourse. Nedham, Marchamont, 1620-1678, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (19-26 May 1657)-numb. 19 (21-28 Sep. 1657)
The publick intelligencer. Communicating the chief occurrences and proceedings within the dominions of England, Scotland, and Ireland ; together with an account of affaires from severall parts of Europe. Canne, John, d. 1667?, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (1-8 Oct. 1655)-numb. 225 (2-9 Apr. 1660)
The publick intelligencer, communicating the chief transactions of, and advertisements from the three kingdomes, England, Scotland, and Ireland. With the proceedings in both houses of Parliament. Also occurrences from foreign parts. And particular advice from the Office of Intelligence over against the conduit near the Old Exchange. Williams, Oliver, fl. 1657-1670, (editor.) Biweekly, Began with numb. 1 (unknown); ceased with numb. 21 (25 Jun.-2 Jul. 1660). Cf. Nelson and Seccombe.
Remarkable occurrences from the High Court of Parliament ... Coe, Andrew, fl. 1644-1667, (publisher.) Weekly, (16-23 May 1642)
Remarkable passages impartially relating the proceedings of the Protestant and papisticall armies on foot in most parts of this kingdome. Coe, Andrew, fl. 1644-1667, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (1-8 Nov. 1643)-numb. 8 (29 Dec. 1643)
Remarkable passages, or, A perfect diurnall of the weekly proceedings in both Houses of Parliament collected for the satisfaction of al [sic] those that desire true information. Walbancke, Matthew, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (5-12 Sep. 1642)
Remarkeable passages in Parliament ... Anon. Weekly, (30 May-6 June 1642).
The royall diurnall (for King Charls [sic] II). Communicating intelligence from all parts, tourching all affaires, designes, humours, and conditions, throughout all the three kingdoms. Especially from Scotland, the juncto at Westminster, Ireland and the head-quarters, &c. Anon. Weekly, Numb. 1 (25 Feb. 1650)-no. 7 (22-30 Apr. 1650)
The royall diurnall. Impartially imparting the affaires of England, and Scotland, the plots and designes of those at Westminster, and their army before Colchester. With the martiall attempts of the English and Scotch army, under the conduct of their Excellencies, Duke Hamilton, and Sir Marmaduke Langdale. Sheppard, S. (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (25-31 July [1648])-numb. 5 (22-29 Aug. [1648])
The Scotch intelligencer, or, The vveekely newes from Scotland and the court Smith, George, fl. 1643-1646, (attributed editor.) Weekly, [Numb. 1] (13-17 Oct. 1643)-[numb. 2] (19-25 Oct. 1643)
The Scotch mercury, communicating the affairs of Scotland, and the Northern parts; and come over to accommodate the late differences. Chapman, Laurence, (publisher.) Unknown, Numb. 1 (5 Oct. 1643).
The Scotish dove, sent out and returning Bringing intelligence from their army, and makes some relations of other observable passages of both kingdomes, for information and instruction. Chapman, Laurence, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (13-20 Oct. [1643])-[Numb. 162] (25 Dec. 1646)
The Scots army advanced into England ... Bowles, Edward, 1613-1662, (editor.) Irregular, (14 Jan. 1644).
The Scottish mercury. Relating the vveekely intelligence from Scotland and the court. Smith, George, fl. 1643-1646, (attributed editor.) Weekly, [Numb. 1] (13 Oct. 1643)
Several proceedings of Parliament ... England and Wales. Parliament. Weekly, Numb. 1 (4-26 Jul. 1653)-numb. 21 (6-13 Dec. 1653).
Severall letters from Scotland, of the proceedings of the army, containing these particular passages. Neile, Francis, fl. 1644-1654, (publisher.) Unknown, Numb. 1 (23 July? 1651)
Severall proceedings in Parliament Ibbitson, Robert, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (25 Sep.-9 Oct. 1649)-numb. 186 (14-21 Apr. 1653); numb. 259 (7-14 Sep. 1654)-numb. 278 (18-25 Jan. 1654 [i.e. 1655])
Severall proceedings of state affaires in England, Ireland and Scotland, vvith the transactions of the affaires in other nations. Ibbitson, Robert, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 187 (21-28 Apr. 1653)-numb. 258 (31 Aug.-7 Sep. 1654); numb. 279 (25 Jan.-1 Feb. 1654 [i.e. 1655])-numb. 282 (15-22 Feb. 1654 [i.e. 1655])
Some speciall and considerable passages from London, Westminster, Portsmouth, Warwicke, Coventry, and other places Blunden, Humphrey, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (9-16 Aug. [1642]).
Some speciall passages from London, Westminster, Yorke Hull, Ireland and other partes Collected for the satisfaction of those that desire true informarion [i.e. information]. Baker, Thomas, fl. 1642, (publisher.) Weekly, Began with numb. 1 (9-17 May 1642); ceased with numb. 9 [sic] (9-16 Aug. 1642). Cf. Nelson and Seccombe.
Speciall passages and certain informations from severall places, collected for the use of all that desire to bee truely informed. Blunden, Humphrey, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 3 (23-30 Aug. 1642)-numb. 44 (6-13 Jun. 1643)
Speciall passages and certain informations from severall places colle&ed [sic] for the use of all that desire to be truly informed. Coe, Andrew, fl. 1644-1667, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (6-13 Sep. 1642).
Speciall passages from divers parts of this kingdome, as it came to the hands of some of the Parliament, and divers other persons of credit : communicated for the satisfaction of the well-affected party. Blunden, Humphrey, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 2 (16-23 Aug. 1642).
The spie, communicating intelligence from Oxford. Field, John, d. 1668, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (23-30 Jan. [1644])-numb. 22 (20-25 Jun. [1644]).
The treaty traverst, or, Newes from Newport in the Isle of Wight. With some infallible intelligence from Westminster, London, Fairfax, Cromwell, Monro, and his Highnesse the Prince of Wales. Anon. Weekly, Numb. 2 (19-26 Sep. 1648)
A true and perfect diurnall of all the chiefe passages in Lancashire, from the 3 of July to the 9. Sent to five shopkeepers in London, from a friend. July 9 1642. Anon. Weekly, Numb. 1 (3-9 July 1642)
A true and perfect diurnall of the passages in Parliament, from Nottingham, Ashby and Leicester and other parts. Blundall, H., 17th century, (publisher.) Unknown, -numb. 11 (29 Aug.-6 Sep. [1642])
The true and perfect Dutch-diurnall, of severall passages and proceedings of and in relation to the states of Holland faithfully communicating the proceedings of the armies, both by sea and land : as also, the truest intelligence from all parts of England, Scotland, Ireland, Holland, Denmark, Swedeland, France, and divers other places, shewing the present state of affaires. Lock, Thomas, (attributed editor, , publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (27 Jun.-3 Jul. 1653)-numb. 15 [sic] (15-22 May 1654).
The true and perfect informer comprizing seueral proceedings of the armies, both by sea and land : as also the truest intelligence from all parts of England, Scotland, Ireland, Holland, France, Denmark, Swedeland, and divers other places, shewing the present state of affaires. Lock, Thomas, (attributed editor, , publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 3 (13-20 Jan. 1653 [1654]).
A true and perfect journall of the vvares in England. To prevent erroneous information. Bishop, George, fl. 1641-1644, (publisher.) Biweekly, Numb. 1 (16 Apr. 1644)-numb. 2 (30 Apr. 1644).
The true diurnall occurrances [sic] or The heads of the proceedings of both houses of Parliament Hammond, John, fl. 1642-1651. Weekly, (31 Jan.-7 Feb. 1642)-(7-14 Feb. 1642)
A true diurnall of the passages in Parliament Anon. Irregular, Unnumbered (14-21 Mar. 1642)-Numb. 10 (14-21 Mar. 1642)
A true diurnall, or, A continued relation of Irish occurrences ... Bladen, W. Weekly, (12 Feb.-8 Mar. 1641 [i.e. 1642])
The true informer comprizing seueral proceedings of state affairs in England, Scotland and Ireland. With the transactions and affairs in other nations. Lock, Thomas, (attributed editor, , publisher.) Weekly, (30 Dec. 1653-6 Jan. 1653 [1654])-(6-13 Jan. 1653 [1654])
The true informer containing a perfect collection of the proceedings in Parliament, and true information from the armies. Whalley, Henry, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 2 (3 May 1645)-numb. 45 (7 Mar. 1646)
The true informer continuing a collection of the most speciall and observable passages, which have been informed this weeke from severall parts of his Majesties dominions. Whalley, Henry, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (23 Sep. 1643)-numb. 67 (15-22 Feb. 1645).
The true informer of the actions of the army in England, Scotland, and Ireland, and of the navy at sea, and in order thereunto of some proceedings of the counsels of the Parliament. With other remarkable intelligence not before printed. Collected for public satisfaction. Neile, Francis, fl. 1644-1654, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (20-28 Aug. 1651)
The true informer, or Monthly mercury. Being the certain intelligence of Mercurius militaris or The armies scout, from Tuesday October 7th, to Tuesday November 8th 1648. Communicating from all parts of England, Scotland and Ireland, all marshall enterprises, designes and successes; and particularly the actions, humours and qualities of the Army under the command of his Excellency Thomas Lord Fairfax. / Corrected and revised by the author, at the earnest request of many wel-affected persons. Harris, John, d. 1660, (editor.) Monthly, Numb. 1 (7 Oct.-8 Nov. 1648).
True intelligence from the head-quarters, or, The daily motions and proceedings of the Parliaments army, under the Lord General Cromwel. With several other choise passages in relation to the Parliament and army of Scotland. Brooke, Nathaniel, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (16-23 Jul. 1650)-numb. 3 (30 Jul.-7 Aug. 1650).
A true relation of the late proceedings of the Scottish army ... Bowles, Edward, 1613-1662, (editor.) Irregular, (8 Feb. 1643 [i.e. 1644])
A Tuesdaies journall of perfect passages of Parliament, proceedings of the Councell of State, and other moderate intelligence. Ibbitson, Robert, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (17-24 Jul. 1649)-numb. 5 (14-21 Aug. 1649)
The votes of both Hovses, or The daily proceedings of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament Williams, Oliver, fl. 1657-1670, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (13-20 Jun. 1660).
The Warwick scout Anon. Unknown, (14 May 1645).
Wednesday's mercury, or, The speciall passages and certain informations from severall places Simons, Matthew, d. 1654, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (19 July 1643)-numb. 4 (2 Aug. 1643)
The weekely post-master ... Mabbott, Gilbert, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (8-15 Apr. 1645)-numb. 4 (29 Apr.-6 May 1645).
A weekly accompt of certain special and remarkable passages from both Houses of Parliament, and other parts of the kingdome. Alsop, Bernard, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. [1] (27 July-3 Aug. 1643).
A weekly accompt or Perfect diurnall, of some passages in both houses of Parliament, and from other parts of this kingdome. Greensmith, John, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (3-10 July 1643)
The weekly account ... Alsop, Bernard, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (28 Aug.-5 Sep. 1643)-numb. 70 (25 Dec. 1644-1 Jan. 1645); I week (1-8 Jan. 1645)-LIII week (23-30 Dec. 1645); 2 week (31 Dec. 1654-7 Jan. 1646)-numb. 55 (30 Dec. 1646-6 Jan. 1647); numb. 2 (6-13 Jan. 1647)-numb. 17 (21-29 Apr. 1647).
The weekly account. Faithfully representing the most remarkable passages in Parliament : and proceedings of the armies, in England, Scotland, and Ireland. Together with other foreign intelligence, and the chief occurrences and affairs now on foot in several parts of Europe. Alsop, Elizabeth, fl. 1653-1656, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (25 May-1 June 1659).
The weekly information from the Office of Intelligence established in severall places in and about the cities of London and Westminster, by authority granted under the Great Seal of England, and conferred upon Oliver Williams. Communicating intelligence to all merchants, traders, and all other persons ... for the propagation of trade, the general benefit of the nation, and the accomodation of every particular person. Williams, Oliver, fl. 1657-1670, (editor, , publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (13-20 July 1657)
Weekly intelligence from severall parts of this kingdome ... Howes, R. (publisher.) Weekly, (11 Oct. 1642)-(18 Oct. 1642).
The weekly intelligencer of the Common-wealth Faithfully communicating all affairs both martial and civil. / Collected by the same hand which drew up the Kingdoms weekly intelligencer. Collings, Richard, (editor.) Weekly, [Numb. 1] (24-31 Dec. 1650)-[unnumbered] (18-25 Sep. 1655)
The weekly intelligencer of the Common-wealth faithfully communicating the affaires of these three nations. As also, the most remarkable transactions, both civil and millitary, of all other nations beyond the seas. Sent abroad to prevent mis-information. Collings, Richard, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (3-10 May 1659)-
The weekly intelligencer of the Commonwealth, faithfully communicating all affaires both martiall and civill. / Collected by the same hand which heretofore drew up the Kingdomes weekly intelligencer. Collings, Richard, (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (16-23 July 1650)-numb. 5 (22-29 Oct. 1650)
The weekly nevves from forraigne parts beyond the seas Anon. Weekly, Numb. 1 (1 May 1644)-Numb. 3 (6-13 May 1644)
The weekly post ... Border, D. (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 174 (11-18 April 1654)-numb. 243 (11-17 Sept. 1655).
The weekly post truly communicating, the chief occrurrences and proceedings, within the common-wealth of England, Scotland, and Ireland ; and an account of affairs from several Christian princes, and common-wealths in Europe. Border, D. (editor.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (3-10 May 1659)-
The Welch mercury communicating remarkable intelligences and true newes to awle the whole kingdome. Ley, William, fl. 1638-1657, (publisher.) Weekly, Numb. 1 (21-28 Oct. 1643)-numb. 3 (3-11 Nov. 1643).
The westerne informer. Containing the latest newes from, and successfull proceedings of his Excellency, Sir Thomas Fairfax, his armie and in particular (besides many other things) that Prince Charles, with many other gentlemen, tooke shipping for France at Falmouth, March 1. Underhill, Thomas, fl. 1641-1659, (publisher.) Unknown, Numb. 1 (7 Mar. 1645 [1646]).
Westminster projects ... Nedham, Marchamont, 1620-1678, (attributed editor.) Irregular, [Numb. 1] (23 Mar.? 1648)-numb. 6 (23 Jun.? 1648)