Notitia Parliamentaria: containing an account of the first returns and incorporations of the cities, towns, and boroughs, in England and Wales, that send members to Parliament; their returning officers, number of electors, and coats of arms. Also an account of the disused boroughs, and names of the members they returned to Parliament. To which is subjoined, an account of all the speakers, and what places they served for, from the reign of Edw. III. to the present time. And, as an appendage to the Journals of the House of Commons, here is likewise exhibited, a series or [sic] lists of the representatives in the several Parliaments held from the Reformation 1541, to the Restoration 1660. Several of which lists being wanting, and others defective in all the publick offices, are here added and supplied. By Browne Willis, LL.D.
- Willis, Browne, 1682-1760.
- MDCCL. 
An address from the free electors of the pro---nce of Ul---er, to Anthony Malone, Esq; the Right Honourable Thomas Carter, &c. and Bellngham [i.e. Bellingham] Boyle, Esqrs. Wherein their dislocations, the distribution of pensions and places, Corruption in P -- t and at Elections, influenc'd Sh -- ffs, Invasions on the Liberties of the People, Power of High Priests, &c. are duly considered. With a General Review of Two Hundred and Sixty Six I -- r -- h Places, Offices, and Employments, their Uses and Applications in a Cor -- pt Go -- nt. A Dissertation on the Emperor Caligula's Horse, whom he made his Prime Minister, &c. And Mr. Wentworth's speech in Queen Elizabeth's reign, in order to shew the Freedom of Speech in that glorious Parliament. Taken from Fog's Journal, June 14th, No. 345. To which is Added, A clear and reasonable Answer to that disingenuous Pamphlet call'd, Considerations on the late Bill, for Payment of the Remainder of the National Debt.
- MDCCLIV.