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A92642 A declaration of the Lords of His Majesties Privie-Councell in Scotland; and commissioners for conserving the articles of the treaty: for the information of His Majesties good subjects of this kingdom. Together with a treacherous and damnable plot of the Irish, English, and Scottish papists, begun to be discovered by the unexpected apprehending of the Earl of Antrim coming from York; partly by letters which were found in the said Earls pockets, and partly by the depositions of a servant of his, who was hanged at Carrick-Fergus. Scotland. Privy Council. 1643 (1643) Wing S1491; Thomason E56_9; ESTC R1099 3,634 9 View Text
A76946 Concerning the election of grace. Or Of Gods will towards man. Commonly called predestination. That is, how the texts of Scripture are to be understood which treat of fallen lost Adam, and of the new birth from Christ. Being a short declaration and introduction concerning the highest ground, shewing how man may attain divine skill and knowledge. Written in the German tongue, anno 1623. / By Jacob Behme. Teutonicus philosophus.; Von der Gnadenwahl. English Böhme, Jakob, 1575-1624.; Sparrow, John, 1615-1665? 1655 (1655) Wing B3398; Thomason E859_5; Thomason E859_6; ESTC R4192 5,912 12 View Text
A45834 A stop to a lying pamphlet falsly called Truths plea for infants lately published by Mr. Alexander Kellie, in answer to a book lately published, intituled, Infants baptism disproved ... / by Jer. Ives ... Ives, Jeremiah, fl. 1653-1674. 1656 (1656) Wing I1106; ESTC R9585 6,806 16 View Text
A92440 Innocency cleared, true worth predicated, against false aspertions: in a letter sent to Mr Henry Burton. From a Christian friend; in defence of Dr Bastwick, one of his quondam fellow sufferers. B. S., fl. 1645. 1645 (1645) Wing S10; Thomason E265_7; ESTC R212420 8,332 9 View Text
A51386 Tuba stentoro-phonica an instrument of excellent use as well at sea as at land / invented ... in the year 1670 and humbly presented to the Kings Most Excellent Majesty Charles II in the year 1671 by S. Morland. Morland, Samuel, Sir, 1625-1695. 1671 (1671) Wing M2783; ESTC R30065 9,103 10 View Text
A23647 Insulae fortunatae A discourse shewing the happiness of these nations under our present governours & government, or, How they may be happy if they will themselves : delivered for substance in a sermon on a late solemn day appointed by authority for imploring the blessing of God upon his Majesty and the present Parliament / by R.A., pastor of the church at Henfield. R. A. (Richard Allen) 1675 (1675) Wing A1044; ESTC R5033 9,715 26 View Text
A15795 Horologiographia nocturna. Or Lunar horologiographie Set forth and demonstrated (after a twofold manner) in the horizontall plane onely. Vpon which (and all other by the same reason) may in a manner, as plainely and speedily bee discerned the times of the night by the gnomonicall shadow, caused by the moone, as the times of the day upon any by the sun: serving as well in the day time for the sunne. By Iohn Wyberd. Together with an addition of certaine new and briefe rules for the exact and most speedy mensuration of circles and spheres, and also cylinders, both in solid and liquid measure, by certaine plaine scales onely, not heretofore published, but now set forth for the benefit of all those that have occasion to make use of such things. Wybard, John. 1639 (1639) STC 26056; ESTC S120439 9,971 23 View Text
A67225 The description and uses of the general horological-ring: or universal ring-dyal Being the invention of the late reverend Mr. W. Oughtred, as it is usually made of a portable pocket size. With a large and correct table of the latitudes of the principal places in every shire throughout England and Wales, &c. And several ways to find a meridian-line for the setting a horizontal dyal. By Henry Wynne, maker of mathematical instruments near the Sugar-loaf in Chancery-lane. Wynn, Henry, d. 1709. 1682 (1682) Wing W3778B; ESTC R221060 10,231 45 View Text
A95347 Tub-preachers overturn'd or Independency to be abandon'd and abhor'd as destructive to the majestracy and ministery, of the church and common-wealth of England. Proved in a satisfactory answer to a lybellous pamphlet, intituled A letter to Mr Thomas Edwards, with an infamous dedication. Shewing the vanity, folly, madness of the deboyst buff-coat, mechanick frize-coat, lay illiterate men and women, to usurpe the ministery, and audaciously vent their own hereticall opinions, in their hous- (alias tub) -- preachings. viz. Wiet a cobler. Robine a sadler. Sammon a sho-maker. Barde a smith. Kiffin a glover. Patience a taylor. Tue a girdler. Wilkin the meal-man. Fletcher a cooper. Hobson a taylor. Oates a button-maker. Ives a box-maker. Barbone a lether-seller. Parvis a gold-smith. Lamb a sope-boyler. Bignall a porter. Henshaw a confectioner, alias infectioner. Bulcher a chicken-man. Hawes a broaker. Duper a cow-keeper. Reader, I cannot inform thee of their christen names because 'tis questionable whether they have any. 1647 (1647) Wing T3207; Thomason E384_7; ESTC R201446 10,578 16 View Text
A54872 A sermon preached at the assizes at Lancaster, on Sunday, March 19, 1675/6 by H. Pigott. Pigott, H. 1676 (1676) Wing P2219; ESTC R33409 12,066 41 View Text
A31052 The pollution of vniversite-learning or sciences (falsly so called) whereby most of the youth are so infected, and both they and their parents so deceived, that when they come to age, they prove either unprofitable or hurtfull members to the common-wealth ... / by that faithfull martyr of Iesus Christ, Mr. Henry Barrow ... Barrow, Henry, 1550?-1593.; Barrow, Henry, 1550?-1593. Plain refutation of M. Giffard's booke. 1642 (1642) Wing B922; ESTC R18358 15,109 18 View Text
A66424 A sermon preach'd at the funeral of the Reverend Thomas Jekyll, D.D. late preacher at the New Chappel, Westminster, October 7, 1698 / by John Lord Bishop of Chichester. Williams, John, 1636?-1709. 1698 (1698) Wing W2731; ESTC R7509 15,200 29 View Text
A39377 An Abstract of some letters to an eminent learned person concerning the excellency of the Book of common-prayer, &c. 1679 (1679) Wing E7; ESTC R23206 15,276 30 View Text
A40098 A sermon preach'd at the Church of St. Mary le Bow to the Societies for Reformation of Manners, June 26, 1699 by Edward Lord Bishop of Gloucester. Fowler, Edward, 1632-1714. 1699 (1699) Wing F1725; ESTC R27371 15,614 58 View Text
A60722 Sodom fair: or, The market of the man of sin Containing, a true account of the prices of the Pope's pardons and dispensations; being a treatise very useful and necessary for all young English papists who intend to take Holy Orders, or travel through Italy; and all such as intend to be cheated both out of their souls and money. To which is added, the history of adultery, as it is now at Rome by law established; with the life of Clement the Sixth, and blasphamous bull which he published for the year of jubele, 1350. 1688 (1688) Wing S4417AD; ESTC R221570 18,300 35 View Text
A63233 A Tried method of catechising being an abstract of the Bishop of Corke's Shorter notes on the church-catechism : with the Scripture-proofs of them as far as necessary, and directions for the use of the abstract to advantage. Rosse, E. Corke. 1698 (1698) Wing T2272A; ESTC R25824 18,530 36 View Text
A64551 A vindication of the true Christian religion in opposition to the abominations of popery in a sermon upon Ezek. 21: 24,25,26,27 : being the text appointed by the Pope for Master Whitebread, one of the popish conspirators, to preach upon the accomplishing of their wicked design for taking away the life of His Most Sacred Majesty ... / by J. Thomas, Rect. of S. Nicholas. Thomas, J. (John) 1679 (1679) Wing T967; ESTC R30165 19,027 41 View Text
A52993 Palæmon, or, The grand reconciler composing the great difference and disputes about church-government and discovering the primitive government of churches, built upon the Word of God, and the practice of the apostles / compiled by one who labours for the peace of the church. T. N. 1646 (1646) Wing N77; ESTC R30734 20,310 32 View Text
A29365 Babylons downfall a sermon lately preached at Westminster before sundry of the honourable House of Commons / by William Bridge ... Bridge, William, 1600?-1670. 1641 (1641) Wing B4448; ESTC R5651 21,012 41 View Text
A87570 A ministers mite cast into the stocke of a weake memory: helpt by rules and experiments. VVith a winter night schoole tutoring discourse to generous youth. Jerome, Stephen, fl. 1604-1650. 1650 (1650) Wing J681CA; Thomason E1361_1; ESTC R209182 21,533 64 View Text
A86012 Britains royal star: Or, An astrological demonstration of Englands future felicity; deduced from the position of the heavens as they beheld the earth in the meridian of London, at the first proclaiming of his Sacred Majesty King Charles the second, on May 8. 10h. 56m. A.M. 1660. And an enquiry made into the use and abuse of astrologie, resolving whether it be convenient to be continued or contemned. Also, an admirable observation of a conjunction of Jupiter and Mars made in the year 1170. by a learned monck of Canterbury, communicated to the learned in astronomy. Together with an exaination and refutation of that nest of sedition, published by Mr. H. Jessey, concerning frogs, dogs, &c. in his pamplet falsly intituled, The Lods Loud call to England, &c. By John Gadbury, philomathematicus. Gadbury, John, 1627-1704. 1660 (1660) Wing G77; Thomason E1050_1; Thomason E1050_1*; ESTC R208138 21,859 38 View Text
A76754 Jesus Christ, the same to day, as yesterday, in life and power, in afflictions and sufferings: and the seed of the serpent the same now, as ever, in darkness and emnity; in rage and persecution. Being for removal of the stumbling block out of the way of the simple, concerning the testimony now given against the priests, and their worships, (viz.) Cannot you let them alone, why do ye disturb them, and their assemblies? go unto their houses, or to some private place, and speak to them there; cannot you give the same liberty to others, which you would have yourselves? Wherein is manifested, that what estimation, and enterrainment [sic] the witness of Jesus receiveth at this day from the men of the world, is the same, as it hath alwayes been from the beginning. / Given forth for the sake of the honest-hearted, and in witness of the truth, as it is in Jesus, every where spoken against, scorned, and persecuted, under the reproachful name of quaking. George Bishop. Bishop, George, d. 1668. 1655 (1655) Wing B2995; Thomason E861_7; ESTC R206652 22,155 33 View Text
A60563 A pacifick discourse of the causes and remedies of the differences about religion, which distract the peace of Christendom Smith, Thomas, 1638-1710. 1688 (1688) Wing S4226; ESTC R3425 22,287 40 View Text
A60564 The Quaker disarm'd, or, A true relation of a late publick dispute held at Cambridge by three eminent Quakers against one scholar of Cambridge ; with a letter in defence of the ministry and against lay-preachers ; also several quæries proposed to the Quakers to be answered if they can. Smith, Thomas, 1623 or 4-1661.; Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723.; Allen, William, d. 1686.; Fox, George, 1624-1691. 1659 (1659) Wing S4227; ESTC R18877 22,488 24 View Text
A25662 The antidote proved a counterfeit, or, Error detected and believers baptism vindicated containing an answer to a nameless author's book entituled An antidote to prevent the prevalency of anabaptism / by Hercules Collins. Collins, Hercules, d. 1702. 1693 (1693) Wing A3498; ESTC R26646 22,680 25 View Text
A25748 Of the laws of chance, or, A method of calculation of the hazards of game plainly demonstrated and applied to games at present most in use : which may be easily extended to the most intricate cases of chance imaginable. Arbuthnot, John, 1667-1735. 1692 (1692) Wing A3602; ESTC R31565 22,800 122 View Text
B12273 The harmonie of the lawe and the gospel Wherin is plainly shewed, that howsoeuer they differ in time and some other circumstances, yet in substance they are one & the same. And by waie of application, the pretended antiquitie of Poperie is discouered, and found to be a meere nouelty: deliuered in a sermon at Pauls-crosse, the 9. of Aug. 1607. by George Cresvvell, minister of Gods word. Creswell, George. 1607 (1607) STC 6038; ESTC S117450 22,951 66 View Text
A39353 Justifying faith: or, That faith by which the just do live briefly describ'd in a discourse on 1 Joh. 5.12. By the author of a late book, entitled Summum bonum, or, An explication of the divine goodness, &c. To this discourse is added, an abstract of some letters to an eminent learned person, concerning the excellency of the Book of common prayer, &c. Elys, Edmund, ca. 1634-ca. 1707. 1679 (1679) Wing E675C; ESTC R204257 23,218 50 View Text
A44076 Great Britain's groans, or, An account of the oppression, ruin, and destruction of the loyal seamen of England, in the fatal loss of their pay, health and lives, and dreadful ruin of their families Hodges, William, Sir, 1645?-1714. 1695 (1695) Wing H2327; ESTC R13450 23,824 31 View Text
A76065 Man's monitor, or, The free-school of virtue; holding forth the duties required and sins forbidden in the two tables of the law. In easie English vers [sic]. Fit to bee implanted in the memories of all Christian children. / By W. Barton preacher of God's word at North-winfield in Darby-shire. Barton, William 1655 (1655) Wing B1002A; ESTC R172281 25,716 63 View Text
A49151 Of liberty and servitude translated out of the French into the English tongue, and dedicated to Geo. Evelyn, Esquire.; De la liberté et de la servitude. English La Mothe Le Vayer, François de, 1583-1672.; Evelyn, John, 1620-1706. 1649 (1649) Wing L302; ESTC R1325 26,155 156 View Text
A90123 Fratres in Malo, or The matchles couple, represented in the writings of Mr. Edward Bagshaw, and Mr. Henry Hickman; by way of answer to a scandalous letter, bearing the name of Mr. Bagshaw; and to a slanderous libel, fictitiously subscribed by Theophilus Churchman, but proved to be written by Henry Hickman. To which is added a Latine essay, very briefly and plainly reconciling God's præscience with the free-will of man, which Mr. Bagshaw thought irreconcileable. All in vindication of Dr. Heylin and Mr. Pierce. By one of the meanest of their admirers M.O. Bachelour of Arts. Ogilvy, Michael, d. 1666. 1660 (1660) Wing O186; Thomason E1044_12; ESTC R7136 26,823 40 View Text
A85415 Sion-Colledg visited. Or, Some briefe animadversions upon a pamphlet lately published, under the title of, A testimonie to the truth of Jesus Christ, and to our Solemne League and Covenant, &c. Subscribed (as is pretended) by the ministers of Christ within the province of London. Calculated more especially for the vindication of certaine passages cited out of the writings of J.G. in the said pamphlet, with the black brand of infamous and pernicious errors, and which the said ministers pretend (amongst other errors so called) more particularly to abhominate. Wherein the indirect and most un-Christian dealings of the said ministers, in charging & calling manifest and cleere truths, yea such as are consonant to their own principles, by the name of infamous and pernicious errours, are detected and laid open to the kingdome, and the whole world. / By the said John Goodwin, a servant of God and men, in the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Goodwin, John, 1594?-1665. 1648 (1648) Wing G1202; Thomason E425_2; ESTC R202233 27,686 36 View Text
A33222 Several captious queries concerning the English Reformation first proposed by Dean Manby (an Irish convert) in Latin, and afterwards by T.W. in English, briefly and fully answered by Dr. Clagett. Clagett, William, 1646-1688. 1688 (1688) Wing C4399; ESTC R27257 28,726 51 View Text
A32204 Copies of two papers written by the late King Charles II together with a copy of a paper written by the late Duchess of York : to which is added an answer to the aforesaid papers all printed together. Charles II, King of England, 1630-1685.; Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. Answer to some papers lately printed concerning the authority of the Catholick Church.; York, Anne Hyde, Duchess of, 1637-1671. 1686 (1686) Wing C2946; ESTC R29952 29,168 42 View Text
A29694 A heavenly cordial for all those servants of the Lord that have had the plague ... , or, Thirteen divine maximes, or conclusions, in respect of the pestilence which may be as so many supports, comforts and refreshing springs, both to the visited and preserved people of God in this present day : also ten arguments to prove that in times of common calamity the people of God do stand upon the advantage ground as to their outward preservation and protection ... : also eight reasons why some of the precious servants of the Lord have fallen by the pestilence in this day of the Lords anger / by Thomas Brooks. Brooks, Thomas, 1608-1680. 1666 (1666) Wing B4948; ESTC R29135 31,420 88 View Text
A54213 The skirmisher defeated and truth defended being an answer to a pamphlet, entituled, A skirmish made upon Quakerism / by William Penn. Penn, William, 1644-1718. 1676 (1676) Wing P1364; ESTC R21605 31,443 43 View Text
A55497 A new booke of mapps being a ready guide or direction for any stranger, or other, who is to travel in any part of the Comon-wealth [sic] of England, Scotland, & Ireland. By which he may know his way in any part thereof, though he knew it not before. Wherein are, I. Alphabeticall tables, shewing the longitude and latitude of all the towns named in the said maps; with easie and ready directions how to find any of them, though you know not in what parts they lie. II. Tables of the high-wayes in England, Wales, and Ireland, alphabetically methodized, which hath made them very plaine. III. Tables as easie as an almanack, which may supply the use thereof for 100 yeares, that is to say, from anno 1600- to 1700. And other usefull tables. By Thomas Porter. This book being necessary for all men, it is therefore made portable for every mans pocket. Licensed, and entred according to the late Act for printing. Porter, Thomas, fl. 1654-1668. 1655 (1655) Wing P2998B; ESTC R217933 31,790 99 View Text
A56271 A defence of the Ansvver to a paper intituled The case of the dissenting Protestants of Ireland in reference to a bill of indulgence, from the exceptions lately made against it. Pullen, Tobias, 1648-1713. 1695 (1695) Wing P4194; ESTC R220583 32,654 30 View Text
B01449 The defence of the people called Quakers: being a reply, to a book lately published by certain priests of the county of Norfolk, under the pretended title of The Quakers challenge. And containing, some brief and modest animadversions upon the book it self. Several certificates, which detect the errors in those of West-Dereham, and clear the people called Quakers of the said challenge. The letters that passed between them and the priests. Ashby, Richard, 1663?-1734. 1699 (1699) Wing A3939; Interim Tract Supplement Guide 4152.f.20[18]; ESTC R1295 32,665 56 View Text
A07038 Oh read ouer D. Iohn Bridges, for it is worthy worke: or an epitome of the fyrste booke, of that right worshipfull volume, written against the puritanes, in the defence of the noble cleargie, by as worshipfull a prieste, Iohn Bridges, presbyter, priest or elder, doctor of Diuillitie, and Deane of Sarum Wherein the arguments of the puritans are wisely prevented, that when they come to answere M. Doctor, they must needes say some thing that hath bene spoken. Compiled for the behoofe and overthrow of the vnpreaching parsons, fyckers, and currats, that haue lernt their catechismes, and are past grace: by the reverend and worthie Martin Marprelat gentleman, and dedicated by a second epistle to the terrible priests. In this epitome, the foresaide fickers, [et]c. are very insufficiently furnished, with notable inabilitie of most vincible reasons, to answere the cauill of the puritanes. ...; Oh read over D. John Bridges. Epitome Marprelate, Martin, pseud.; Throckmorton, Job, 1545-1601, attributed name.; Penry, John, 1559-1593, attributed name. 1588 (1588) STC 17454; ESTC S112311 32,960 52 View Text
A20412 Milke for babes The English catechisme, set downe in the Common-Prayer Booke, breifly explaned for the private vse of the younger and more vnlearned sort of his parishioners of Apleton, in the county of Berks: By W.D. Dickinson, William, b. 1584 or 5. 1628 (1628) STC 6822; ESTC S118600 33,759 48 View Text
A72111 The doctrines and practises of the Societie of Iesuites In two bookes. The first, containing their grounds and intentions, discovered by two of their owne societie, the Reverend Paulus Florenius, Doctor and professor of Divinitie, and Christianus Francken, professor of philosophy, both in the Imperiall Schoole of Iesuites at Vienna. The second, containing a detection of the secret designes and bloody proiects of that societie of later yeares; especially, since their first designes for disturbing the sate [sic] of Germanie. And may serue as a warning for vs of this iland, and these times whereinto wee are fallen. By W.F. an vnworthy minister of the Gospell of Iesus Christ.; Colloquium Jesuiticum. English Francke, Christian, b. 1549.; Freake, William.; Camilton, John. aut; Florenius, Paulus. 1630 (1630) STC 11346; ESTC S122937 33,931 78 View Text
A57104 A Review of the universal remedy for all diseases incident to coin with application to our present circumstances : in a letter to Mr. Locke. 1696 (1696) Wing R1200; ESTC R607 34,190 64 View Text
A75737 Speculum nauticum A looking-glasse for sea-men. Wherein they may behold, how by a small instrument, called the plain-scale, all nautical questions, and astronomical propositions, are very easily and demonstratively performed. First set down by John Aspley, student in physick, and practitioner of the mathematicks in London. The sixth edition. Whereunto are added, many new propositions in navigation and astronomy, and also a third book, shewing a new way of dialling. By H.P. and W.L. Aspley, John.; H. P.; W. L., 17th cent. 1662 (1662) Wing A4013; ESTC R229501 35,709 72 View Text
A92706 The glorious kingdom of our blessed Lord Jesus Christ on earth, rightly timed: proving it not to be till His second coming In answer to two treatises; the one, intituled, Theopolis; or, The city of God. By a nameless author. The other, A treatise of the new-heavens and new-earth. By T.M. By W.S. a servant of Christ. W. S. 1693 (1693) Wing S194A; ESTC R230180 35,908 48 View Text
B07515 A description of new Jerushalem being the substaunce of two sermons deliuered at Paules Crosse. Containing, a briefe discouery and conuiction of certayne doctrines held of Romanists and Brownists against the Catholike and Apostolike faith. / By Henoch Clapham.. Clapham, Henoch. 1601 (1601) STC 5336.5; ESTC S91453 37,377 126 View Text
A93876 The commings [sic] forth of Christ in the power of his death. Opened in a sermon preached before the High Court of Parliament, on Thursday the first of Novem. 1649. being a publike thanksgiving for the victories obtained by the Parliaments forces in Ireland, especially for the taking of Droghedah, since which Wexford also was taken. By Peter Sterry, sometimes fellow of Emanuel Colledge in Cambridge: and now preacher of the Gospel in London. Sterry, Peter, 1613-1672.; England and Wales. Parliament. aut 1649 (1649) Wing S5476; Thomason E578_1; ESTC R203622 37,495 77 View Text
A26793 A funeral sermon preached upon the death of the Reverend and Excellent Divine Dr. Thomas Manton, who deceas'd Octob. 18, 1677 by William Bates ... ; to which is now added, the last publick sermon Dr. Manton preached. Bates, William, 1625-1699.; Manton, Thomas, 1620-1677. 1678 (1678) Wing B1110; ESTC R11400 38,335 122 View Text
B08964 A serious exhortation to the necessary duties of [brace] family and personal instruction made (formerly) to the inhabitants of the parish of Tredington in the county of Wercester, and now upon request published for their use / by William Durham. Durham, William, d. 1686. 1659 (1659) Wing D2832A; ESTC R229159 38,436 108 View Text
A79520 An answer to a book which Samuel Eaton put up to the Parliament: which he saith he is a teacher of the Church of Christ, heretofore meeting at Ducken-field, now at Stockport in Cheshire; and he cals the title of his book Quakers confuted. Moses who was a judg quaked and trembled, David a king in Israel quaked and trembled, and Solomon who was a king trembled, and Daniel a servant of the most high God trembled, ... And these heard the voice of God, and thou that writest, thou mayest say thou hast confuted all them; for he that is against them, is against us, and he that is against us, is against them, for the same power is witnessed; but thou Eaton, who saith thou art a teacher of the church at Duckenfield, who saith thou hast heard the voice of the living God, and that such a voice as this, as comes immediately from God, you have not heard, ... And Isaiah saith, hear the word of the Lord all ye that tremble at his word; and this is the man that I do regard, saith the Lord, that is of a contrite heart, and trembleth at my word; but such Eaton and his church doth not regard, but custs out friends of the Lord from them, whom the world calls Quakers. Camm, John, 1604?-1656. 1654 (1654) Wing C389; Thomason E735_9; ESTC R206969 38,921 53 View Text
A93883 An Ansvver to a libell intituled, A coole conference betweene the cleered Reformation and the apologeticall narration; brought together by a wel-willer to both; wherein are cleerely refuted what ever he bringeth against the Reformation cleared, most humbly submitted to the judgement of the honourable Houses of Parliament, the most learned and reverend divines of the assembly, and all the reformed churches. By Adam Steuart. Steuart, Adam. 1644 (1644) Wing S5489; Thomason E43_4; ESTC R11438 39,008 70 View Text
A69269 The speech of the Lord Chancellor of England, in the Eschequer Chamber, touching the post-nati Egerton, Thomas, Sir, 1540?-1617. 1609 (1609) STC 7540.5; ESTC S100270 40,281 132 View Text
A71284 A defence of the true sence and meaning of the words of the Holy Apostle, Rom. chap. 4, ver. 3, 5, 9 in an answer to sundry arguments gathered from the forenamed Scriptures by Mr. Iohn Goodwin, which answer was first dispersed without the authors name, but since acknowledged by Mr George Walker : together with a reply to the former answer, or, animadversions upon some of the looser and fouler passages thereof / by Iohn Goodwin. Walker, George, 1581?-1651.; Goodwin, John, 1594?-1665. 1641 (1641) Wing W356; ESTC R20590 41,397 65 View Text
A64459 The Testimony of the Hartford Quakers for the man Christ Jesus vindicated from the malicious slanders, perversions, confusions, impertinencies and idle quibling of William Haworth an independent-preacher ... : with a brief and serious reply by Mary Stout to what concerns her in Christianity re-established, which ... John Crook and William Bayly have discovered ... unto which the substance of this tract will serve for an appendix. Stout, Mary, 17th cent. Mary Stout's reply to William Haworth's answer. 1676 (1676) Wing T819; ESTC R32759 41,433 58 View Text
A61210 A description of France in its several governments together with the most considerable cities, sea-ports, and rivers of that kingdom; as also the distances, with the longitudes, and latitudes of each place, &c. with many other remarks, necessary to the knowledge of that kingdom. By J.S. Gent. Illustrated with a map. J. S.; Hove, Frederick Hendrick van, 1628?-1698, engraver. 1692 (1692) Wing S51; ESTC R212956 41,764 137 View Text
A82010 A persuasive to full communion, with the churches of Christ in all Gospel-ordinances and priviledges Containing an essay for the conviction and reformation of such adult, or grown persons who live in the sinful neglect of baptism and the supper of the Lord. Together with an account of the manner of the transition of church-members from their infant to their adult-state, and regular admission to full communion. Written, for the help of such as need instruction in these spiritual concerns, 1 Cor. 12. 13. For by one spirit are we all baptized into one body, whether we be jews or gentiles, whether we be bond or free, and have been all made to drink into one spirit. By the late reverend Mr. George Day, minister of the gospel in London-street in Ratcliff / 1697. Day, George, d. 1697. 1698 (1698) Wing D461; ESTC R232085 42,081 116 View Text
A28392 A Description of the island of Jamaica with the other isles and territories in America, to which the English are related ... : taken from the notes of Sr. Thomas Linch, Knight, governour of Jamaica, and other experienced persons in the said places : illustrated with maps / published by Richard Blome. Blome, Richard, d. 1705.; Lynch, Thomas, Sir, d. 1684? 1672 (1672) Wing B3208; ESTC R7437 42,330 208 View Text
A36627 The hind and the panther a poem, in three parts. Dryden, John, 1631-1700. 1687 (1687) Wing D2281; ESTC R179 43,423 154 View Text
A16641 Abdias the prophet, interpreted by T.B. fellovv of Magdalene College in Oxforde. Seene and allowed according to the order appoynted Brasbridge, Thomas, fl. 1590. 1574 (1574) STC 3548; ESTC S109671 43,473 114 View Text
A36288 Husbandry anatomized, or, An enquiry into the present manner of teiling and manuring the ground in Scotland for most part and several rules and measures laid down for the better improvement thereof, in so much that one third part more increase may be had, and yet more than a third part of the expence of the present way of labouring thereof saved / by Ja. Donaldson. Donaldson, James, fl. 1697-1713. 1697 (1697) Wing D1853; ESTC R10333 43,543 168 View Text
A30025 A short view of the Antinomian errours with a briefe and plaine answer to them, as the heads of them lye in order in the next page of this book : being a nest of cursed errors hatched by hereticks, fed and nourished by their proselites : being taken as they were flying abroad were brought as the eagle doth her young ones to see if they could endure to looke upon the sun-beams of truth with fixed eyes, the which they could not : were presently adjudged to be a bastard brood, and their necks chopt off, and their carkasses throwne to the dunghill. Bakewell, Thomas, b. 1618 or 19. 1643 (1643) Wing B537; ESTC R38704 43,620 40 View Text
A63265 Ostella, or, The faction of love and beauty reconcil'd by I.T., Gent. Tatham, John, fl. 1632-1664. 1650 (1650) Wing T231; ESTC R1695 43,756 124 View Text
A03089 An excellent treatise teaching howe to cure the French-pockes with all other diseases arising and growing thereof, and in a manner all other sicknesses. Dravvne out of the bookes of that learned doctor and prince of phisitians, Theophrastus Paracelsus. Compiled by the learned Phillippus Hermanus, phisition and chirurgion. And now put into English by Iohn Hester in the spagiricall arte, practitioner. Paracelsus, 1493-1541.; Hermanni, Philippus.; Hester, John, d. 1593. 1590 (1590) STC 13215; ESTC S108576 44,196 74 View Text
A94556 To the lavv, and to the testimonie or, A proposall of certain cases of conscience by way of quære; chiefly touching the publick worship of the New Testament; and other things either necessary or profitable for Christianity; presented to those churches and societies of Christians, which professe the Scripture of the Old and New Testament for the only rule of faith and manners. Wherein the true and genuine way to reconcile Christians is laid open / translated out of Latine into English by a lover of truth and peace. Lover of truth and peace. 1648 (1648) Wing T1562; Thomason E1165_3; ESTC R210102 44,767 117 View Text
A47599 The marrow of true justification, or, Justification without works containing the substance of two sermons lately preached on Rom. 4:5 ... : wherein the nature of justification is opened, as it hath been formerly asserted by all sound Protestants, and the present prevailing errors against the said doctrine detected / by Benjamin Keach ... Keach, Benjamin, 1640-1704. 1692 (1692) Wing K76; ESTC R18579 45,425 50 View Text
A46798 A letter concerning the Council of Trent Jenks, Sylvester, 1656?-1714.; N. N. 1686 (1686) Wing J630C; ESTC R217051 46,244 121 View Text
A53583 Man wholly mortal, or, A treatise wherein 'tis proved, both theologically and philosophically, that as whole man sinned, so whole man died ... with doubts and objections answered and resolved, both by Scripture and reason ... : also, divers other mysteries, as of heaven, hell, the extent of the resurrection, the new-creation, &c. opened, and presented to the trial of better judgment. / by R.O.; Mans mortallitie Overton, Richard, fl. 1646.; Overton, Robert, ca. 1609-ca. 1668. 1675 (1675) Wing O629C; Wing O640_CANCELLED; ESTC R11918 46,615 138 View Text
A19948 A discourse of the conference holden before the French King at Fontain-bleau between the L. Bishop of Eureux, and Munsieur de Plessis L. of Mornay, the 4. of May 1600. Concerning certaine pretended corruptions of authors, cyted by the sayd Munsieur de Plessis in his booke against the Masse. Faithfully translated out of the French. 1600 (1600) STC 6381; ESTC S109408 46,856 60 View Text
A32767 Ecclesia enucleata: The temple opened: Or, A clear demonstration of the true gospel-church in its nature and consitution, according to the true doctrine and practice of Christ and his apostles. By I.C. Chauncy, Isaac, 1632-1712. 1684 (1684) Wing C3750; ESTC R215133 47,294 178 View Text
A74791 A whip for the present House of Lords, or the Levellers levelled. in an epistle writ to Mr. Frost, secretary to the Committee of State, that sits at Darby House, in answer to a lying book said to be his called A declaration, &c. / By L.C. Io. Lilburne, prerogative prisoner in the Tower of London, Feb. 27, 1647. Lilburne, John, 1614?-1657.; Frost, Walter, fl. 1619-1652. 1648 (1648) Thomason E431_1 47,524 30 View Text
A77750 A faithfull messenger sent after the Antinomians: to try their power in their last place of refuge, who are fled to Gods decrees for shelter, as Ioab did to the hornes of the altar, and say that they will dye there, I Kings 2. 29.30. Imprimatur Ja. Cranford. Bakewell, Thomas, b. 1618 or 19. 1644 (1644) Wing B533; Thomason E40_23; ESTC R5091 47,721 42 View Text
A44581 The petition and argvment of Mr. Hotham, fellow of Peter-house in Cambridge, before the Committee for Reformation of the Universities, April 10, 1651 against the masters negative voice of that colledge, and for a remedy to be granted the colledge against the usurpations of Doctor Seaman the present master, agreeable to what was granted the colledge against the usurpations of Doctor Seaman the present master, agreeable to what was granted by Parliament to the city of London, an. Dom. 1648 for the better enabling them in case of need to act as a free body without their chief officers concurrence. Hotham, Charles, 1615-1672? 1651 (1651) Wing H2897; ESTC R26808 47,840 64 View Text
A31196 The art of complaisance, or, The means to oblige in conversation S. C. 1673 (1673) Wing C119; ESTC R10330 48,007 195 View Text
A61282 Four sermons preached upon solemne occasions I. The troubler of Israel. II. The righteous mans concern for the churches misery. Preached before the judges. III. Cæsars due honour, preached before the mayor and aldermen of Leicester, May 29. 1669. IV. Davids work and rest, preached before the election of the mayor. By Tho. Stanhope A.M. Vicar of St. Margarets in Leicester. Stanhope, Thomas. 1670 (1670) Wing S5233B; ESTC R221868 48,189 101 View Text
A01943 The composition or making of the moste excellent and pretious oil called oleum magistrale First published by the commaundement of the King of Spain, vvith the maner hovv to apply it particulerly. The which oyl cureth these diseases folowi[n]g ... Also the third book of Galen of curing of pricks and wounds of sinowes. A method for curing of vvounds in the ioynts, and the maner how to place them. Abreef gathering togither of certain errours which the common chirurgians dayly vse ... Faithfully gathered and translated into English by George Baker chirurgian. 1574. Baker, George, 1540-1600.; Galen. De compositione medicamentorum secundum locos. 1574 (1574) STC 1209; ESTC S100526 50,504 142 View Text
A19590 A sermon preached in London before the right honorable the Lord Lavvarre, Lord Gouernour and Captaine Generall of Virginea, and others of his Maiesties Counsell for that kingdome, and the rest of the aduenturers in that plantation At the said Lord Generall his leaue taking of England his natiue countrey, and departure for Virginea, Febr. 21. 1609. By W. Crashaw Bachelar of Diuinitie, and preacher at the Temple. Wherein both the lawfulnesse of that action is maintained, and the necessity thereof is also demonstrated, not so much out of the grounds of policie, as of humanity, equity, and Christianity. Taken from his mouth, and published by direction. Crashaw, William, 1572-1626.; L. D., fl. 1610. 1610 (1610) STC 6029; ESTC S109071 50,684 92 View Text
B20542 Believers-baptism from heaven, and of divine institution Infants-baptism from earth, and human invention. Proved from the commission of Christ, the great law-giver to the gospel-church. With a brief, yet sufficient answer to Thomas Wall's book, called, Baptism anatomized. Together with a brief answer to a part of Mr. Daniel William's catechism, in his book unto youth. By Hercules Collins, a servant of the servants of Christ. Collins, Hercules, d. 1702. 1691 (1691) Wing C5360; ESTC R224066 50,763 158 View Text
A44111 An answer to several material passages in a book published some time since by W.P. entituled, A brief examination and state of liberty spiritual, both with respect to persons in their private capacity, and in their church-society and communion, &c. by J.H. Hogg, John, fl. 1675-1698. 1691 (1691) Wing H2368; ESTC R13730 50,925 60 View Text
A33333 A looking-glass for persecutors containing multitudes of examples of God's severe, but righteous judgments, upon bloody and merciless haters of His children in all times, from the beginning of the world to this present age : collected out of the sacred Scriptures, and other ecclesiastical writers, both ancient and modern / by Sam. Clarke ... Clarke, Samuel, 1599-1682. 1674 (1674) Wing C4541; ESTC R12590 51,164 142 View Text
A23653 The captive taken from the strong or a true relation of the gratious release of Mistrisse Deborah Huish (by the arm of the Almighty) from under the power of the Tempter, by whose firy conflicts she had been sorely vexed for about fourteen years / as it was faithfully written from her own mouth by William Allen ... Allen, William, Adjutant-general of the army in Ireland. 1658 (1658) Wing A1051; ESTC R32702 51,203 149 View Text
A10672 Vox cœli, or Newes from heauen Of a consultation there held by the high and mighty princes, King Hen. 8. King Edw. 6. Prince Henry, Queene Mary, Queene Elizabeth, and Queene Anne, wherein Spaines ambition and trecheries to most kingdoms and free estates of Europe, are vnmasked and truly represented, but more particularly towards England, and now more especially vnder the pretended match of Prince Charles with the Infanta Dona Maria. VVherunto is annexed two letters written by Queene Mary from heauen, the one to Count Gondomar, the ambassadour of Spaine, the other to all the Romane Catholiques of England. Written by S.R.N.I. Reynolds, John, fl. 1621-1650. 1624 (1624) STC 20946.4; ESTC S122495 52,043 108 View Text
A59820 A discourse concerning the object of religious worship, or, A Scripture proof of the unlawfulness of giving any religious worship to any other being besides the one supreme God part I. Sherlock, William, 1641?-1707. 1685 (1685) Wing S3292; ESTC R28138 52,543 82 View Text
A93935 An iron rod put into the Lord Protectors hand, to break all antichristian powers in pieces. Or, A discourse, which tends to a spirituall war with all sects and self-opinions, which are the Churches enemies: wil bring Englands everlasting happiness, and joyn all other lands into the body of Christs Church, to serve God with with [sic] one consent, Zeph. 3.9. All which was discovered to John Sanders of Harburn, neer Brimingham [sic]: by true apparitions, revelations, and many several visions, as the second book sheweth. Sanders, John, of Harburn. 1655 (1655) Wing S575; Thomason E842_23; ESTC R203488 52,643 75 View Text
A64223 The semicircle on a sector in two books. Containing the description of a general and portable instrument; whereby most problems (reducible to instrumental practice) in astronomy, trigonometry, arithmetick, geometry, geography, topography, navigation, dyalling, &c. are speedily and exactly resolved. By J. T. Taylor, John, 1666 or 7-1687. 1667 (1667) Wing T533B; ESTC R221720 52,688 153 View Text
A36832 The conformity of the discipline and government of those who are commonly called independants to that of the ancient primitive Christians by Lewis Du Moulin. Du Moulin, Lewis, 1606-1680. 1680 (1680) Wing D2533; ESTC R25012 54,163 74 View Text
A37487 Delightful and ingenious novells being choice and excellent stories of amours, tragical and comical / lately related by the most refin'd wits, under borrowed names ; with interludes between each novel ... 1685 (1685) Wing D902; ESTC R9589 55,912 144 View Text
A30041 The Quakers set in their true light in order to give the nations a clear sight of what they hold concerning Jesus of Nazareth, the Scripture, water baptism, the Lords Supper, magistracy, ministry laws and government / historically collected out of their most approved authors, which are their best continuing books from the year of their rise, 1650 to the year of their progress 1696 by Francis Bugg, senior. Bugg, Francis, 1640-1724? 1696 (1696) Wing B5389; ESTC R29140 57,509 61 View Text
A11802 Vox Dei Scott, Thomas, 1580?-1626. 1623 (1623) STC 22097A; ESTC S1715 58,947 100 View Text
A67247 The antidote: or, a seasonable discourse on Rom. 13. 1 Shewing the necessity and reasonableness of subjection to the higher powers. With an account of the divine right or original of government. By John VValker, M.A. Walker, John, 1650-1730. 1684 (1684) Wing W392; ESTC R222266 59,633 307 View Text
A30331 A continuation of reflections on Mr. Varillas's History of heresies particularly on that which relates to English affairs in his third and fourth tomes / by G. Burnet ... Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. 1687 (1687) Wing B5771; ESTC R23040 59,719 162 View Text
A65697 Considerations humbly offered for taking the oath of allegiance to King William and Queen Mary Whitby, Daniel, 1638-1726. 1689 (1689) Wing W1720; ESTC R30191 59,750 73 View Text
A64241 Jacob wrestling with God, and prevailing: or, a treatise concerning the necessity and efficacy of faith in prayer Wherein divers weighty questions and cases of conscience about praying in faith, are stated and resolved. For the comforting and satisfying of weak and scrupulous consciences: the conviction of formal hypocrites, and awakening of all saints, both weak and strong, great and small, to this great duty of prayer. By one who hath obtained mercy to be a minister of, and sufferer for, the gospel of Jesus Christ in this hour of temptation. Taylor, Thomas, 1624 or 5-1700. 1663 (1663) Wing T555; ESTC R222503 60,235 214 View Text
A69248 The elements of logick by Peter Du Moulin. Translated out of the French copie by Nathanael De-lavvne, Bachelour of Arts in Cambridge. With the authors approbation; Elementa logica. English Du Moulin, Pierre, 1568-1658.; De Lawne, Nathaniel. 1624 (1624) STC 7323; ESTC S111073 60,322 228 View Text
A61550 The doctrine of the Trinity and transubstantiation compared as to Scripture, reason, and tradition. The first part in a new dialogue between a Protestant and a papist : wherein an answer is given to the late proofs of the antiquity of transubstantiation in the books called Consensus veterum and Nubes testium, &c. Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. 1688 (1688) Wing S5589; ESTC R14246 60,900 98 View Text
A85865 A true relation of what hath been transacted in behalf of those of the reformed religion, during the treaty of peace at Reswick With an account of the present persecution in France. Gaujac, Peter Gally de. 1698 (1698) Wing G374; ESTC R230535 61,066 68 View Text
B04474 Prelimited forms of praising God, vocally sung by all the church together, proved to be no gospel ordinance. In a sober discourse concerning singing. With a large appendix thereunto added, containing several things not treated of before; and wherein the case of singing is more fully opened and discussed in divers principal branches of it: greatly tending to the clearing and confirmation of the truth discoursed of in the former part. / By Isaac Marlow. Marlow, Isaac. 1691 (1691) Wing M693A; ESTC R233424 61,658 128 View Text
A44621 The Brittish princes an heroick poem / written by the Honourable Edward Howard, Esq. Howard, Edward, fl. 1669. 1669 (1669) Wing H2965; ESTC R13966 62,418 232 View Text
A65313 Seven sermons on several select subjects preached by Mr. Tho. Watson ... Watson, Thomas, d. 1686. 1689 (1689) Wing W1144; ESTC R38959 64,277 202 View Text
A19383 The Odcombian banquet: dished foorth by Thomas the Coriat, and serued in by a number of noble wits in prayse of his Crudities and Crambe too. Asinus portans mysteria Coryate, Thomas, ca. 1577-1617. Coryats crudities. 1611 (1611) STC 5810; ESTC S108718 65,374 120 View Text