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A34605 Bishop Cozens's argument, proving, that adultery works a dissolution of the marriage being the substance of several of Bishop Cozens his speeches in the House of Lords, upon the debate of Lord Ross's case : taken from original papers writ in the Bishop's own hand. Cosin, John, 1594-1672. 1700 (1700) Wing C6351; ESTC R39397 6,457 6 View Text
A92236 Reasons for the Earl of Maclesfeld's bill in Parliament for dissolving the marriage between him and his wife, and illegitimating her spurious issue 1697 (1697) Wing R513A; ESTC R42543 7,994 8 View Text
A57044 A Representation of the prejudices that may arise in time from an intended act concerning marriages &c. 1692 (1692) Wing R1105; ESTC R26985 9,065 18 View Text
B02399 Bishop Cozens's argument, proving, that adultery works a dissolution of the marriage. Being the substance of several of Bishop Cozens his speeches in the House of Lords, upon the debate of Lord Ross's case. Taken from original papers writ in the Bishop's own hand. Cosin, John, 1594-1672. 1700 (1700) Wing C6351B; ESTC R175839 10,178 4 View Text
A63106 A treatise proving by what our Saviour saith concerning swearing, St. Matth. 5. 34 first, that swearing is restrained and explained by him in point of religion and piety, and secondly, that it is not taken away quite in the concerns of civil right and policy : published for confinement unto those that are loose in this matter, and for liberty of conscience unto such as bind themselves where they have no need : the one's excess being a misbehaviour against religion, and the other defect, an errour against governemtn and policy / by an elderly man, a Master of Arts, of above forty years standing ... Elderly man, a Master of Arts, of above forty years standing. 1682 (1682) Wing T2097B; ESTC R20581 13,737 16 View Text
A35262 Youths divine pastime containing forty remarkable scripture histories turned into common English verse : with forty curious pictures proper to each story : very delightful for the virtuous imploying the vacant hours of young persons, and preventing vain and vicious divertisements : together with several scripture hymns upon divers occasions. R. B., 1632?-1725? 1691 (1691) Wing C7363; ESTC R36058 20,499 97 View Text
A70542 Two great questions determined by the principles of reason & divinity I. whether the right to succession in hæreditary kingdoms, be eternal and unalterable? Neg. : II. whether some certain politick reasons may not be sufficient grounds of divorce? Affirm. Lawrence, William, 1613 or 14-1681 or 2. 1681 (1681) Wing L692A; ESTC R19202 24,141 40 View Text
A45196 Mr. Emmertons marriage with Mrs. Bridget Hyde considered wherein is discoursed the rights and nature of marriage, what authority the Curia Christianitatis hath in matrimonial causes at this day, the levitical degrees, the bounds of a legal marriage, and the reasons thereof, and that now matrimonial causes are determinable by virtue of the statute of H. 8. by the judges of common law : in a letter from a gentleman in the country to one of the commissioners delegates in that cause, desiring his opinion therein. Hunt, Thomas, 1627?-1688. 1682 (1682) Wing H3757; ESTC R15660 26,212 49 View Text
A63921 Two discourses introductory to a disquisition demonstrating the unlawfulness of the marriage of cousin Germans, from law, reason, Scripture, and antiquity by John Turner ... Turner, John, b. 1649 or 50. 1682 (1682) Wing T3319; ESTC R11417 26,430 68 View Text
A66870 The case of divorce and re-marriage thereupon discussed by a reverend prelate of the Church of England and a private of the Church of England and a private gentleman ; occasioned by the late act of Parliament for the divorce of the Lord Rosse. Wolseley, Charles, Sir, 1630?-1714. 1673 (1673) Wing W3307; ESTC R9734 27,389 164 View Text
A55740 A case of conscience propounded to a great Bishop in Ireland viz., whether after divorce the innocent party may not lawfully marry : with the Bishop's answer to the question, and a reply to the Bishops answer, and also some quæries, whether the silencing of godly ministers be not near of kin to the killing of the two prophets, Revelation the 11 chap / by George Pressicke. Pressick, George. 1661 (1661) Wing P3296; ESTC R24474 28,523 38 View Text
A95723 Two assize sermons preached at Bridgnorth for the county of Salop in the year 1657. The first, upon Psalm 58. verse 1. Doe you indeed speak righteousnesse, o congregation? Doe ye judge uprightly, o ye sonnes of men? The second, upon Psalm 37. verse 37. Marke the perfect man, and behold the upright: for the end of that man is peace? / By Mich. Thomas; rector of Stockton in the same county. Thomas, Michael, rector of Stockton. 1659 (1659) Wing T970; Thomason E1790_1; ESTC R209682 31,232 144 View Text
A20684 Of diuorcement A sermon preached at Pauls Crosse the 10. of May. 1601. By Iohn Doue, Doctor of Diuinitie. Dove, John, 1560 or 61-1618. 1601 (1601) STC 7083; ESTC S116967 31,910 78 View Text
A45325 Qvakers principles quaking, or, Pretended light proved darkness, and perfections found to be greatest imperfections in an answer to a written paper, subscribed with the name of Thomas Holme, and scattered through the country about Liverpool and Lancashire / modestly propounded by Ralph Hall ... Hall, Ralph. 1656 (1656) Wing H423; ESTC R39227 32,660 37 View Text
A30726 The true case of John Butler, B.D., a minister of the true Church of England in answer to the libel of Martha his sometimes wife : treating of a marriage dissolved and made null by desertion and of a lawful concubinage in a case of necessity, wherein lawful marriage conveniently or possibly cannot be obtained. J. B. (John Butler) 1697 (1697) Wing B6276; ESTC R20976 33,278 45 View Text
A25513 An Answer to a book intituled, The doctrine and discipline of divorce, or, A plea for ladies and gentlewomen, and all other maried [sic] women against divorce wherein both sexes are vindicated from all bonadge [sic] of canon law, and other mistakes whatsoever ... 1644 (1644) Wing A3304; ESTC R11990 36,645 48 View Text
A97180 The devilish conspiracy, hellish treason, heathenish condemnation, and damnable murder committed and executed by the Iewes against ... Christ their king ... As it was delivered in a sermon on the 4 Feb. 1648 ... out of some part of the gospel appointed by the Church of England to be read on that day. Warner, John, 1581-1666. 1648 (1648) Wing W902; Thomason E550_16 37,074 47 View Text
A23127 A woorke of the holy bishop S. Augustine concernyng adulterous mariages written by him to Pollentius, diuided into two bookes, very necessary to be knowen of all men and women; De adulterinis coniugiis. English Augustine, Saint, Bishop of Hippo. 1550 (1550) STC 955; ESTC S113335 42,086 158 View Text
A53190 A dialogue of polygamy, written orginally in Italian rendred into English by a person of quality ; and dedicated to the author of that well-known treatise call'd, Advice to a son. Ochino, Bernardino, 1487-1564. 1657 (1657) Wing O126; ESTC R9210 45,713 173 View Text
A39248 A catechism wherein the learner is at once taught to rehearse and prove all the main points of Christian religion by answering to every question in the very words of Holy Scripture : together with a short and plain discourse useful to confirm the weak and unlearned in his belief of the being of a God and the truth of Scripture / by Clement Ellis ... Ellis, Clement, 1630-1700. 1674 (1674) Wing E550; ESTC R15049 47,017 128 View Text
A34208 Concubinage and poligamy disprov'd, or, The divine institution of marriage betwixt one man, and one woman only, asserted in answer to a book, writ by John Butler, B.D. for which he was presented as follows : We the grand jury, sworn to enquire for the body of the city of London, on Wednesday, the first day of December, 1697, present one John Butler, for writing and publishing a wicked pamphlet : wherein he maintains concubinage to be lawful, and which may prove very destructive to divers families, if not timely suppress'd. 1698 (1698) Wing C5714; ESTC R1558 49,472 113 View Text
A70441 A letter to a person of quality, occasioned by a printed libel, entituled, The cause of the difference between Tobias Cage esquire, and Mary his wife stated by the said Mary in a letter to a gentleman, for her own vindication: the design, malice, and falshood whereof is hereby detected with proofs by persons of value, on oath, and otherwise. Cage, Tobias. 1678 (1678) Wing L1692B; ESTC R222690 54,273 46 View Text
A76705 A twofold catechism: the one simply called A Scripture-catechism; the other, A brief Scripture-catechism for children. Wherein the chiefest points of the Christian religion, being question-wise proposed, resolve themselves by pertinent answers taken word for word out of the Scripture, without either consequences or comments. Composed for their sakes that would fain be meer Christians, and not of this or that sect, inasmuch as all the sects of Christians, by what names soever distinguished, have either more or less departed from the simplicity and truth of the Scripture. By John Biddle, Master of Arts of the University of Oxford. Biddle, John, 1615-1662. 1654 (1654) Wing B2882; Thomason E1473_2; ESTC R209511 54,377 175 View Text
A04036 The mirror of mans lyfe Plainely describing, what weake moulde we are made of: what miseries we are subiect vnto: howe vncertaine this life is: and what shal be our ende. Englished by H. Kirton.; De contemptu mundi. English Innocent III, Pope, 1160 or 61-1216.; Kirton, H. (Henry); Gosson, Stephen, 1554-1624. Speculum humanum. aut 1576 (1576) STC 14093; ESTC S106262 64,245 170 View Text
A60249 An answer to Doctor Piercie's sermon preached before His Majesty at White-Hall, Feb. 1, 1663 by J.S. Simons, Joseph, 1593-1671. 1663 (1663) Wing S3805; ESTC R34245 67,126 128 View Text
A30059 The contrariety of popery to the blessed word of God wherein may be seen that the doctrine and practice of the Church of Rome are not consistent with the sacred oracles of the Old and New Testament ... / written by Digby Bull ... Bull, Digby. 1695 (1695) Wing B5410; ESTC R8749 67,944 72 View Text
A09377 Christian oeconomie: or, A short survey of the right manner of erecting and ordering a familie according to the scriptures. First written in Latine by the author M. W. Perkins, and now set forth in the vulgar tongue, for more common vse and benefit, by Tho. Pickering Bachelar of Diuinitie. Perkins, William, 1558-1602.; Pickering, Thomas, d. 1625. aut 1609 (1609) STC 19677; ESTC S102572 68,188 208 View Text
A05694 A christall glasse of christian reformation wherein the godly maye beholde the coloured abuses vsed in this our present tyme. Collected by Stephen Bateman Minister. Batman, Stephen, d. 1584. 1569 (1569) STC 1581; ESTC S115367 68,767 152 View Text
A39572 One antidote more, against that provoking sin of swearing, by reason of which this land now mourneth given forth from under the burden of the oppressed seed of God, by way of reply both to Henry Den's epistle about the lawfulness, antiquity, and universality of an oath, and his answers to the Quakers objections against it, recommended (by him) to all the prisons in this city and nation to such as chuse restraint, rather then the violation of their consciences : and also to Jeremiah Ives his printed plea for swearing, entitituled, The great case of conscience opened, &c. about the lawfulness or unlawfulness of swearing, which said reply to these two opposers of the truth, as it is in Jesus, is recommended not onely to all the prisons in this city and nation, and to all such real Christians, as chuse restraint rather then the violation of their consciences, but also, to all such nominal Christians out of prison, as, rather then restrain, chuse to purchase their earthly liberties by swearing, to the violation of the command of Christ, who saith, Mat. 5.33, swaer not at all. Jam. 5.12, above all things my brethren swear not / by Samuel Fisher ... Fisher, Samuel, 1605-1665. 1660 (1660) Wing F1054; ESTC R5750 69,157 84 View Text
A43419 The three books of Hermas the disciple of Paul the Apostle. Viz. I. The church. II. The sheepherd. III. The similitudes. Englished by John Pringle. Hermas, 2nd cent.; Pringle, John, fl. 1661. 1661 (1661) Wing H1564A; ESTC R216863 72,436 193 View Text
A34775 A treatise of jealousie, or, Means to preserve peace in marriage wherein is treated of I. The nature and effects of jealousie, which for the most part is the fatal cause of discontents between man and wife, II. And because jealousy is a passion, it's therefore occasionally discoursed of passions in general ... III. The reciprocal duties of man and wife ... / written in French, and faithfully translated.; Traité de la jalousie. English Courtin, Antoine de, 1622-1685. 1684 (1684) Wing C6606; ESTC R40897 75,205 185 View Text
A69648 A detection of the actions of Mary Queen of Scots concerning the murther of her husband, and her conspiracy, adultery, and pretended marriage with the Earl Bothwell and a defence of the true Lords, maintainers of the King's Majesties action and authority / written in Latin by G. Buchanan ; translated into Scotch and now made English.; De Maria Scotorum regina. English Buchanan, George, 1506-1582. 1689 (1689) Wing B5282; ESTC R4626 77,119 81 View Text
A89273 Fornication condemned, in a double sentence, commending marriage, condemning whoredom [brace] in all, or, A brief consideration of Heb. 13. 4 Moore, Thomas, Junior. 1667 (1667) Wing M2601A; ESTC R42315 77,906 108 View Text
A02021 The anatomie of humors: vvritten by Simion Grahame Grahame, Simion, ca. 1570-1614. 1609 (1609) STC 12168; ESTC S103384 78,629 158 View Text
A44801 Oaths no gospel ordinance but prohibited by Christ being in answer to A. Smallwood, D.D. to his book lately published, being a sermon preached at Carlile, 1664, wherein he hath laboured to prove swearing lawful among Christians, his reasons and arguments are weighed and answered, and the Doctrines of Christ vindicated against the conceptions and interpretations of men, who would make it void / by a sufferer for Christ and his doctrine, F.H. Howgill, Francis, 1618-1669. 1666 (1666) Wing H3174; ESTC R16291 80,066 92 View Text
A51998 A tract on the Sabbath-Day wherein the keeping of the first-day of the week a Sabbath is justified by a divine command and a double example contained in the Old and New Testament : with answers to the chiefest objections made by the Jewish seventh-day Sabbatharians and others / by Isaac Marlow. Marlow, Isaac. 1694 (1694) Wing M695; ESTC R32053 84,294 98 View Text
A95360 An abridgement of Christian doctrine: with proofs of Scripture for points controverted. : Catechistically explained by way of question and answer. Turberville, Henry, d. 1678. 1648 (1648) Wing T3252B; ESTC R185778 84,943 340 View Text
A01304 A confutation of a popishe, and sclaunderous libelle in forme of an apologie: geuen out into the courte, and spread abrode in diuerse other places of the realme. VVritten by VVilliam Fulke, Bacheler in Diuinitie, and felowe of S. Ihons Colledge in Cambridge. Fulke, William, 1538-1589.; Feckenham, John de, 1518?-1585, attributed name. 1571 (1571) STC 11426.2; ESTC S120640 88,715 248 View Text
A46350 [The] Judgment of the reformed churches that a man may lawfully not only put away his vvife for her adultery, but also marry another. 1652 (1652) Wing J1184; ESTC R217458 96,238 80 View Text
A43142 The canting academy, or, The devils cabinet opened wherein is shewn the mysterious and villanous practices of that wicked crew, commonly known by the names of hectors, trapanners, gilts, &c. : to which is added a compleat canting-dictionary, both of old words, and such as are now most in use : with several new catches and songs, compos'd by the choisest wits of the age ... Head, Richard, 1637?-1686? 1673 (1673) Wing H1243; ESTC R9723 96,642 212 View Text
A08637 Ovids festivalls, or, Romane calendar translated into English verse equinumerally, by John Gower ...; Fasti. English. 1640 Ovid, 43 B.C.-17 or 18 A.D.; Gower, John, 17th Century. 1640 (1640) STC 18948.5; ESTC S1325 100,089 190 View Text
A52296 An essay on the contempt of the world by William Nicholls ... Nicholls, William, 1664-1712. 1694 (1694) Wing N1097; ESTC R11634 100,218 240 View Text
A10322 A defence of the iudgment of the Reformed churches. That a man may lawfullie not onelie put awaie his wife for her adulterie, but also marrie another. / Wherin both Robert Bellarmin the Iesuites Latin treatise, and an English pamphlet of a namelesse author mainteyning the contrarie are co[n]futed by Iohn Raynolds. A taste of Bellarmins dealing in controversies of religion: how he depraveth Scriptures, misalleagthe [sic] fathers, and abuseth reasons to the perverting of the truth of God, and poisoning of his Churche with errour.. Rainolds, John, 1549-1607. 1609 (1609) STC 20607; ESTC S115561 101,833 102 View Text
A02903 The faire Æthiopian Dedicated to the King and Queene. By their Maiesties most humble subiect and seruant, William L'isle. Lisle, William, 1579?-1637.; Heliodorus, of Emesa. Aethiopica. 1631 (1631) STC 13047; ESTC S118754 106,013 192 View Text
A03519 Certayne sermons, or homelies appoynted by the kynges Maiestie, to be declared and redde, by all persones, vicars, or curates, euery Sondaye in their churches, where they haue cure. Anno 1547.; Certain sermons or homilies appointed to be read in churches. Book 1. Cranmer, Thomas, 1489-1556.; Church of England. 1547 (1547) STC 13640; ESTC S110029 106,479 184 View Text
A72347 Certayne sermons appoynted by the Quenes Maiestie, to be declared and read, by all persones, vycars, and curates, euery Sondaye and holy daye in theyr churches : and by her Graces aduyse perused & ouer sene, for the better vnderstandyng of the simple people : newly imprinted in partes accordynge as is mencioned in the booke of commune prayers.; Certain sermons or homilies appointed to be read in churches. 1559 (1559) STC 13648.5; ESTC S5209 110,375 188 View Text
A43768 Conjugall counsell, or, Seasonable advice, both to unmarried, and married persons directing the first how to enter into marriage estate, and the other how to demeane themselves in the Christian discharge of all such duties as that estate of life blads them to, that God may have glory, the church edification, and themselves and families, present and future comfort, tending much (by the blessing of God) to a through reformation of all the enormities of these evil times / by T.H. ... Hilder, Thomas. 1653 (1653) Wing H1974; ESTC R20660 113,375 218 View Text
B03480 Four tracts. I. A short discourse about divorce and its causes, fornication and adultery. II. A charge to judges, juries and witnesses concerning oaths. III. About infant baptism. IV. A letter to a lady, who hath forsaken [t]he Protestant religion for the Romish. / By J. Gailhard, Gent. Gailhard, J. (Jean) 1699 (1699) Wing G121A; ESTC R202025 118,480 174 View Text
A45158 Cases of conscience practically resolved containing a decision of the principall cases of conscience of daily concernment and continual use amongst men : very necessary for their information and direction in these evil times / by Jos. Hall. Hall, Joseph, 1574-1656. 1654 (1654) Wing H371; ESTC R30721 128,918 464 View Text
A30985 Several miscellaneous and weighty cases of conscience learnedly and judiciously resolved / by the Right Reverend Father in God, Dr. Thomas Barlow ... Barlow, Thomas, 1607-1691. 1692 (1692) Wing B843; ESTC R21506 129,842 472 View Text
A15324 The doctrine of the Sabbath handled in foure seuerall bookes of treatises. The first of which intreateth of the day of rest. The second, of the duties of the day. The third, of the persons whom these duties concerne. And the fourth, the reasons vsed to perswade all persons to the practise of these duties vpon that day. Written by G.W. Master of Arts, and minister of the word of God in Portsmouth. Widley, George, b. 1566 or 7. 1604 (1604) STC 25610; ESTC S119957 129,925 252 View Text
A55177 Plowden's quaeries, or, A moot-book of choice cases useful for the young students of the common law / englished, methodized, and enlarged by H.B. Plowden, Edmund, 1518-1585.; H. B., Esquire of Lincolns-Inne. 1662 (1662) Wing P2611; ESTC R25587 130,716 321 View Text
A55174 Critica juris ingeniosa: or Choice cases in the common-law never published by any other author. Digested under alphabeticall heads by H.B. Esq; optimum est quod quæritur.; Critica juris ingeniosa. H. P.; Plowden, Edmund, 1518-1585, attributed name. 1661 (1661) Wing P2608; ESTC R217633 130,722 322 View Text
A03605 The soules humiliation Hooker, Thomas, 1586-1647. 1637 (1637) STC 13728; ESTC S117849 136,029 230 View Text
A33464 The little manuel of the poore mans dayly devotion collected out of severall pious and approoved authors / by W.C. W. C. (William Clifford), d. 1670. 1669 (1669) Wing C4712; ESTC R7795 136,664 494 View Text
A14992 A care-cloth: or a treatise of the cumbers and troubles of marriage intended to aduise them that may, to shun them; that may not, well and patiently to beare them. By William Whately, preacher of the word of God in Banbury, in Oxfordshire. Whately, William, 1583-1639. 1624 (1624) STC 25299; ESTC S107622 140,887 282 View Text
A28470 The resolutions of the judges upon the several statutes of bankrupts as also, the like resolutions upon 13 Eliz. and 27 Eliz. touching fraudulent conveyances / by T.B., Esq. Blount, Thomas, 1618-1679. 1670 (1670) Wing B3342; ESTC R19029 141,329 238 View Text
A17240 Of diuorce for adulterie, and marrying againe that there is no sufficient warrant so to do. VVith a note in the end, that R.P. many yeeres since was answered. By Edm. Bunny Bachelour of Divinitie. Bunny, Edmund, 1540-1619. 1610 (1610) STC 4091; ESTC S107056 142,613 208 View Text
A01992 The wise vieillard, or old man. Translated out of French into English by an obscure Englishman, a friend and fauourer of all wise old-men; Sage vieillard. English Goulart, Simon, 1543-1628.; Williamson, Thomas, 1593-1639.; T. W., obscure Englishman. 1621 (1621) STC 12136; ESTC S103357 144,385 222 View Text
A35959 Truths victory over error, or, An abridgement of the chief controversies in religion which since the apostles days to this time, have been, and are in agitation, between those of the Orthodox faith, and all adversaries whatsoever, a list of whose names are set down after the epistle to the reader : wherein, by going through all the chapters of The confession of faith, one by one, and propounding out of them, by way of question, all the controverted assertions, and answering by yes, or no, there is a clear confirmation of the truth, and an evident confutation of what tenets and opinions, are maintain'd by the adversaries : a treatise, most useful for all persons, who desire to be instructed in the true Protestant religion, who would shun in these last days, and perillous times, the infection of errors and heresies, and all dangerous tenets and opinions, contrary to the word of God. Dickson, David, 1583?-1663.; Sinclair, George, d. 1696. 1684 (1684) Wing D1412; ESTC R3405 145,943 378 View Text
A69098 A most excellent hystorie, of the institution and firste beginning of Christian princes, and the originall of kingdomes wherunto is annexed a treatise of peace and warre, and another of the dignitie of mariage. Very necessarie to be red, not only of all nobilitie and gentlemen, but also of euery publike persone. First written in Latin by Chelidonius Tigurinus, after translated into French by Peter Bouaisteau of Naunts in Brittaine, and now englished by Iames Chillester, Londoner. Séen and allowed according to the order appointed.; Histoire de Chelidonius Tigurinus sur l'institution des princes chrestiens, & origine des royaumes. English Chelidonius, Tigurinus.; Boaistuau, Pierre, d. 1566.; Chillester, James. 1571 (1571) STC 5113; ESTC S104623 160,950 212 View Text
A42935 God's judgments against whoring. Vol. I being an essay towards a general history of it, from the creation of the world to the reign of Augustulus (which according to common computation is 5190 years) and from thence down to the present year 1697 : being a collection of the most remarkable instances of uncleanness that are to be found in sacred or prophane history during that time, with observations thereon. 1697 (1697) Wing G959; ESTC R40905 162,422 375 View Text
A39639 A flaming whip for lechery, or the whoremasters speculum containing a fearful historical relation of such wicked unclean person as have been made publick and private examples of God's divine vengeance ... taken out of sacred and prophane history : also, some dreadful examples of God's righteous judgment, not recorded in either ... in order to prevent God's heavy judgments hanging over this sinful land. 1700 (1700) Wing F1132; ESTC R226622 162,606 342 View Text
A16708 Sainct Austines religion collected from his owne writinges & from the confessio[n]s of the learned Protestants, whereby is sufficiently proued and made knowen the like answearable doctrine of the other more auncient fathers of the primitiue church / written by Iohn Brereley. Anderton, James, fl. 1624.; Anderton, Lawrence. 1620 (1620) STC 3608; ESTC S2531 164,549 408 View Text
A95681 The reconciler of the Bible: wherein above two thousand seeming contradictions throughout the Old and New Testament, are fully and plainly reconciled. Being necessary for all those that desire to understand the sacred scriptures aright unto salvation. / By J.T. minister of the Gospel. Thaddaeus, Joannes, fl. 1630. 1655 (1655) Wing T831; Thomason E1605_1; ESTC R208447 167,285 363 View Text
A39662 An exposition of the assemblies catechism with practical inferences from each question as it was carried on in the Lords Days exercises in Dartmouth, in the first year of liberty, 1688 / by John Flavell. Flavel, John, 1630?-1691.; Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.; Westminster Assembly (1643-1652). Shorter catechism. 1692 (1692) Wing F1160; ESTC R25088 171,235 224 View Text
A15431 Tetrastylon papisticum, that is, The foure principal pillers of papistrie the first conteyning their raylings, slanders, forgeries, vntruthes: the second their blasphemies, flat contradictions to scripture, heresies, absurdities: the third their loose arguments, weake solutions, subtill distinctions: the fourth and last the repugnant opinions of new papistes with the old; of the new one with an other; of the same writers with themselues: yea of popish religion with and in it selfe. Compiled as a necessarie supplement or fit appertinance to the authors former worke, intituled Synopsis papismi: to the glorie of God for the dissuading of light-minded men from trusting to the sandie foundation of poperie, and to exhort good Christians stedfastlie to hold the rockie foundation of faith in the Gospell. Willet, Andrew, 1562-1621. 1593 (1593) STC 25701; ESTC S119967 179,229 213 View Text
A33236 A brief view and survey of the dangerous and pernicious errors to church and state, in Mr. Hobbes's book, entitled Leviathan by Edward Earl of Clarendon. Clarendon, Edward Hyde, Earl of, 1609-1674. 1676 (1676) Wing C4421; ESTC R12286 180,866 332 View Text
A17081 A discourse of ciuill life containing the ethike part of morall philosophie. Fit for the instructing of a gentleman in the course of a vertuous life. By Lod: Br. Bryskett, Lodowick.; Giraldi, Giambattista Cinzio, 1504-1573. Ecatommiti. VIII.5. 1606 (1606) STC 3958; ESTC S116574 181,677 286 View Text
B09153 Theatre of wits ancient and modern attended with severall other ingenious pieces from the same pen [brace] viz. I. Faenestra in pectore, or, A century of familiar letters, II. Loves labyrinth: A tragi-comedy, III. Fragmenta poetica, or, Poetical diversions, IV. Virtus redivivi, a panegyrick on our late king Charles of ever blessed memory concluding with A panegyrick on His Sacred Majesties most happy return / by T.F. Forde, Thomas. 1661 (1661) Wing F1548A; ESTC R177174 187,653 418 View Text
A84701 Virtus rediviva a panegyrick on our late King Charles the I. &c. of ever blessed memory. Attended, with severall other pieces from the same pen. Viz. [brace] I. A theatre of wits: being a collection of apothegms. II. Fœnestra in pectore: or a century of familiar letters. III. Loves labyrinth: a tragi-comedy. IV. Fragmenta poetica: or poeticall diversions. Concluding, with a panegyrick on his sacred Majesties most happy return. / By T.F. Forde, Thomas. 1660 (1660) Wing F1550; Thomason E1806_1; ESTC R200917 187,771 410 View Text
A19675 The three conformities. Or The harmony and agreement of the Romish Church with gentilisme, Iudaisme and auncient heresies. VVritten in French by Francis de Croy G. Arth. and newly translated into English. Seene, perused and allowed; Trois conformités. English Cro, François de.; Hart, William, fl. 1620. 1620 (1620) STC 6098; ESTC S121926 188,823 318 View Text
A43906 The history of Prince Erastus, son to the Emperour Dioclesian and these famous philosophers called the seven wife masters of Rome being a full account of all that was ever written of that antient, famous, pleasant, and excellent history / written originally in Italian, then translated into French, and now rendred English by F.K.; Seven sages of Rome. English. Kirkman, Francis, 1632-ca. 1680. 1674 (1674) Wing H2136; ESTC R20131 193,262 356 View Text
A18965 A godlie forme of householde gouernment for the ordering of priuate families, according to the direction of Gods word. Whereunto is adioyned in a more particular manner, the seuerall duties of the husband towards his wife: and the wifes dutie towards her husband. The parents dutie towards their children: and the childrens towards their parents. The masters dutie towards his seruants: and also the seruants dutie towards their masters. Gathered by R.C. Cleaver, Robert, 1561 or 2-ca. 1625, attributed name.; Deacon, John, 17th cent, attributed name.; Carr, Roger, d. 1612, attributed name.; Cawdry, Robert, attributed name. 1598 (1598) STC 5383; ESTC S108061 199,347 392 View Text
A67866 A godly forme of houshold government for the ordering of priuate families, according to the direction of Gods word : wherunto is adioyned in a more particular manner, the seuerall duties of the husband towards his wife, and the wiues dutie towards her husband, the parents dutie towards their children, and the childrens towards their parents, the maisters dutie towards his seruants, and also the seruants duty towards their maisters / first gathered by R.C. ; and now newly perused, amended and augmented by Iohn Dod and Robert Cleuer. Cleaver, Robert, 1561 or 2-ca. 1625.; Carr, Roger, d. 1612.; Cawdry, Robert. 1621 (1621) STC 5387.5; ESTC S118705 199,876 382 View Text
A16918 VVits theater of the little world Albott, Robert, fl. 1600.; Bodenham, John, fl. 1600. 1599 (1599) STC 381; ESTC S113430 200,389 568 View Text
A69143 Miscellania or a treatise Contayning two hundred controuersiall animaduersions, conducing to the study of English controuersies in fayth, and religion. VVritten by N.N.P. and dedicated to the yonger sort of Catholike priests, and other students in the English seminaries beyond the seas. With a pareneticall conclusion vnto the said men. Anderton, Lawrence, attributed name. 1640 (1640) STC 576; ESTC S115142 202,826 416 View Text
A49602 Conformity of the ecclesiastical discipline of the Reformed churches of France with that of the primitive Christians written by M. La Rocque ... ; render'd into English by Jos. Walker.; Conformité de la discipline ecclésiastique des Protestans de France avec celle des anciennes Chrêtiens. English Larroque, Matthieu de, 1619-1684.; Walker, Joseph. 1691 (1691) Wing L453; ESTC R2267 211,783 388 View Text
A43467 Reports and cases taken in the third, fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh years of the late King Charles as they were argued by most of the King's sergeants at the Commonpleas barre / collected and reported, by that eminent lawyer, Sir Thomas Hetley Knight, sergeant at law, sometimes of the Honourable Society of Grayes-Inne, and appointed by the king and judges for one of he reporters of the law ; now Englished, and likewise of the cases, both alphabetical. Hetley, Thomas, Sir.; England and Wales. Court of Common Pleas. 1657 (1657) Wing H1627; ESTC R10743 229,000 204 View Text
A10133 Iacobs vovv, opposed to the vowes of monkes and friers The first volume in two bookes; of the Holy Scripture, and euangelicall counsels. Written in French by Mr. Gilbert Primerose, minister of the word of God in the Reformed Church of Burdeaux. And translated into English by Iohn Bulteel minister of the gospel of Iesus Christ.; Voeu de Jacob. English Primrose, Gilbert, ca. 1580-1642.; J. B. (John Bulteel), d. 1699. 1617 (1617) STC 20390; ESTC S112003 232,060 268 View Text
A71315 Several sermons upon the fifth of St. Matthew .... [vol. 2] being part of Christ's Sermon on the mount / by Anthony Horneck ... ; to which is added, the life of the author, by Richard Lord Bishop of Bath and Wells. Horneck, Anthony, 1641-1697. 1698 (1698) Wing H2852; ESTC R40468 254,482 530 View Text
A02602 The catechisme that is to say, ane co[m]mon and catholik instructioun of the christin people in materis of our catholik faith and religioun, quhilk na gud christin man or woman suld misknaw: set furth be ye maist reuerend father in God Iohne aschbischop of sanct Androus legatuit and primat of ye kirk of Scotland, in his prouincial counsale haldin at Edinburgh the xxvi. day of Ianuarie, the yeir of our Lord 1551. with the aduise and counsale of the bischoippis and uthir prelatis with doctours of theologie and canon law of the said realme of Scotland present for the tyme. Catholic Church. Diocese of St. Andrews. Archbishop (1546-1571 : Hamilton); Hamilton, John, 1511?-1571. 1552 (1552) STC 12731; ESTC S119756 255,534 442 View Text
A51725 Discourses upon Cornelius Tacitus written in Italian by the learned Marquesse Virgilio Malvezzi ; dedicated to the Serenissimo Ferdinand the Second, Great Duke of Thuscany ; and translated into English by Sir Richard Baker, Knight.; Discorsi sopra Cornelio Tacito. English Malvezzi, Virgilio, marchese, 1595-1653.; Baker, Richard, Sir, 1568-1645. 1642 (1642) Wing M359; ESTC R13322 256,112 410 View Text
A15400 An harmonie vpon the first booke of Samuel wherein according to the methode obserued in Hexapla vpon Genesis, and Exodus, but more compendiously abridged, these speciall things are obserued vpon euery chapter: the diuers readings compared, doubtfull questions explaned, places of Scripture reconciled, controuersies briefly touched, and morall collections applied. Wherein aboue foure hundred theologicall questions are handled, with great breuitie and much varietie, by the former author of Hexapla on Genesis. Willet, Andrew, 1562-1621. 1607 (1607) STC 25678; ESTC S120031 271,285 362 View Text
A42622 The genuine epistles of the apostolical fathers, S. Barnabas, S. Ignatius, S. Clement, S. Polycarp, the Shepherd of Hermas, and the matyrdoms of St. Ignatius and St. Polycarp, written by those who were present at their sufferings : being, together with the Holy Scriptures of the New Testament, a compleat collection of the most primitive antiquity for about CL years after Christ / translated and publish'd, with a large preliminary discourse relating to the several treaties here put together by W. Wake ...; Apostolic Fathers (Early Christian Collection) English. Wake, William, 1657-1737. 1693 (1693) Wing G523A; ESTC R10042 282,773 752 View Text
A64467 The reconciler of the Bible inlarged wherein above three thousand seeming contradictions throughout the Old and New Testament are fully and plainly reconciled ... / by J.T. and T.M. ... Thaddaeus, Joannes, fl. 1630.; T. M. 1662 (1662) Wing T831_VARIANT; ESTC R33916 334,239 278 View Text
A61105 The vvay to everlasting happinesse: or, the substance of christian religion methodically and plainly handled in a familiar discourse dialogue-wise: wherein, the doctrine of the Church of England is vindicated; the ignorant instructed, and the faithfull directed in their travels to heaven. By Benjamin Spencer, preacher of the word of God at Bromley neer Bow in Middlesex. Spencer, Benjamin, b. 1595? 1659 (1659) Wing S4945; ESTC R222156 362,911 329 View Text
A61104 Chrysomeson, a golden meane, or, A middle way for Christians to walk by wherein all seekers of truth and shakers in the faith may find the true religion independing upon mans invention, and be established therein : intended as a key to Christianity, as a touchstone for a traveller, as a probe for a Protestant, as a sea-mark for a sailor : in a Christian dialogue between Philalethes and his friend Mathetes, seeking satisfaction / by Benjamin Spencer ...; Way to everlasting happinesse Spencer, Benjamin, b. 1595? 1659 (1659) Wing S4944; ESTC R13439 363,024 312 View Text
A33339 A mirrour or looking-glasse both for saints and sinners held forth in about two thousand examples wherein is presented as Gods wonderful mercies to the one, so his severe judgments against the other collected out of the most classique authors both ancient and modern with some late examples observed by my self : whereunto are added the wonders of nature and the rare ... / by Sa. Clark ... Clarke, Samuel, 1599-1682. 1654 (1654) Wing C4549; ESTC R22652 370,512 672 View Text
A48358 Holy characters containing a miscelany of theolocicall [sic] discovrses that is theology, positiue, scholasticall, polemicall, and morall built upon the foundation of scriptures, traditions, councils, fathers, divided into two books / written by George Leybvrn ... Leyburn, George, 1593-1677. 1662 (1662) Wing L1938; ESTC R18553 388,184 688 View Text
A49780 Marriage by the morall law of God vindicated against all ceremonial laws of popes and bishops destructive to filiation aliment and succession and the government of familyes and kingdoms Lawrence, William, 1613 or 14-1681 or 2. 1680 (1680) Wing L690; ESTC R7113 397,315 448 View Text
A65422 Popery anatomized, or, A learned, pious, and elaborat treatise wherein many of the greatest and weightiest points of controversie, between us and papists, are handled, and the truth of our doctrine clearly proved : and the falshood of their religion and doctrine anatomized, and laid open, and most evidently convicted and confuted by Scripture, fathers, and also by some of their own popes, doctors, cardinals, and of their own writers : in answer to M. Gilbert Brown, priest / by that learned, singularly pious, and eminently faithful servant of Jesus Christ M. John Welsch ...; Reply against Mr. Gilbert Browne, priest Welch, John, 1568?-1622.; Craford, Matthew. Brief discovery of the bloody, rebellious and treasonable principles and practises of papists. 1672 (1672) Wing W1312; ESTC R38526 397,536 586 View Text
A19271 A briefe exposition of such chapters of the olde testament as vsually are redde in the church at common praier on the Sondayes set forth for the better helpe and instruction of the vnlearned. By Thomas Cooper Bishop of Lincolne. Cooper, Thomas, 1517?-1594. 1573 (1573) STC 5684; ESTC S108660 415,743 738 View Text
A49801 Theo-politica, or, A body of divinity containing the rules of the special government of God, according to which, he orders the immortal and intellectual creatures, angels, and men, to their final and eternal estate : being a method of those saving truths, which are contained in the Canon of the Holy Scripture, and abridged in those words of our Saviour Jesus Christ, which were the ground and foundation of those apostolical creeds and forms of confessions, related by the ancients, and, in particular, by Irenæus, and Tertullian / by George Lawson ... Lawson, George, d. 1678. 1659 (1659) Wing L712; ESTC R17886 441,775 362 View Text
A85668 An exposition continued upon the XX, XXI, XXII, XXIII, XXIV, XXV, XXVI, XXVII, XXVIII, and XXIX, chapters of the prophet Ezekiel, vvith many useful observations thereupon. Delivered at several lectures in London, by William Greenhill. Greenhill, William, 1591-1671. 1658 (1658) Wing G1856; Thomason E954_1; ESTC R207608 447,507 627 View Text
A32977 Certain sermons or homilies appointed to be read in churches in the time of Queen Elizabeth of famous memory and now reprinted for the use of private families, in two parts. 1687 (1687) Wing C4091I; ESTC R1759 454,358 660 View Text
A42920 The holy arbor, containing a body of divinity, or, The sum and substance of Christian religion collected from many orthodox laborers in the Lords vineyard, for the benefit and delight of such as thirst after righteousness / ... by John Godolphin ... vvherein also are fully resolved the questions of whatsoever points of moment have been, or are, now controverted in divinity : together with a large and full alphabetical table of such matters as are therein contained ... Godolphin, John, 1617-1678. 1651 (1651) Wing G943; ESTC R9148 471,915 454 View Text
A19170 The life and death of Hector One, and the first of the most puissant, valiant, and renowned monarches of the world, called the nyne worthies. Shewing his jnvincible force, together with the marvailous, and most famous acts by him atchieved and done in the great, long, and terrible siege, which the princes of Greece held about the towne of Troy, for the space of tenne yeares. And finally his vnfortunate death after hee had fought a hundred mayne battailes in open field against the Grecians: the which heerein are all at large described. Wherein there were slaine on both sides fourteene hundred, and sixe thowsand, fourscore, and sixe men. VVritten by Iohn Lidgate monke of Berry, and by him dedicated to the high and mighty prince Henrie the fift, King of England. Colonne, Guido delle, 13th cent. Historia destructionis Troiae.; Benoît, de Sainte-More, 12th cent. Roman de Troie.; Lydgate, John, 1370?-1451? Troy book. 1614 (1614) STC 5581.5; ESTC S119764 480,848 336 View Text
A60921 The comical history of Francion wherein the variety of vices that abuse the ages are satyrically limn'd in their native colours, interwoven with many pleasant events, and moral lessons, as well fitted for the entertainment of the gravest head, as the lightest heart / by Monsieur de Moulines, sieur de Parc ...; done into English by a person of honor.; Vraie histoite comque de Francion. English Sorel, Charles, 1602?-1674. 1655 (1655) Wing S4702; ESTC R2041 482,307 348 View Text
A33363 The practical divinity of the papists discovered to be destructive of Christianity and mens souls Clarkson, David, 1622-1686. 1676 (1676) Wing C4575; ESTC R12489 482,472 463 View Text