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A52959 A new poem on the dreadful death of the Earl of Essex, who cut his own throat in the Tower by the Embroyan-fancy of anti-Jack Presbyter. Embroyan-fancy of anti-Jack Presbyter. 1683 (1683) Wing N713; ESTC R41054 1,149 1 View Text
A90011 A nevv poem on the dreadful death of the Earl of Essex who cut his own throat in the Tower. By the Embroyan-fancy of anti-Jack Presbyter. Embroyan-fancy of anti-Jack Presbyter. 1683 (1683) Wing N712; ESTC R230072 1,165 1 View Text
B00063 The shape of .ii. mo~sters. M. D. Lxij. Fulwood, William. 1562 (1562) STC 11485; Interim Tract Supplement Guide Huth 50[37] 1,334 1 View Text
A64279 A tear dropt from the hearse of the Reverend Dr. Benjamin Calamy, late minister of St. Lawrence Jury London, who departed this life on Sunday the 3d of January, 1685/6 1685 (1685) Wing T606; ESTC R2347 1,507 1 View Text
B00586 A vvonderfull vvonder, being a most strange and true relation of the resolute life, and miserable death of Thomas Miles, who did forsweare himselfe, and wished that God might shew some heavie example upon him, and so it came to passe for as hee sate at his meate hee choked himselfe, and died in short space after, which hapned the 8. of August last, 1635. and being ript up by the chirurgions of S. Bartholomewes Hospitall, was found to have a gub of meate sticking fast in his throate, which was the cause of his death. Written to warne all rash swearers to forsake their evill wayes, which God grant we may. To the tune of, Aime not too high, &c. L. P. (Laurence Price), fl. 1625-1680? 1635 (1635) STC 20325; Interim Tract Supplement Guide C.20.f.7[482] 1,607 2 View Text
A08946 [A cruel Cornish murder] ... to the tune of The ladies daughter / M.P. M. P. (Martin Parker), d. 1656? 1624 (1624) STC 19224.7; ESTC S5091 2,474 2 View Text
A93196 A short but full discourse of the power of parliaments and how far their intrusted power may extend. As also the great interests of the King therein, acknowledged heretofore in all ages. Sent from the army to a worthy friend in London, and writen there by a learned divine, who upon some high imployments hath been conversant late amongst them. Learned divine. 1647 (1647) Wing S3564; Thomason E399_34; ESTC R201733 6,201 9 View Text
A39513 An Account of some transactions in this present Parliament in a letter to a person of quality in the country. 1690 (1690) Wing E965; ESTC R25052 6,327 10 View Text
A04153 Sorrovves lenitiue Written vpon occasion of the death of that hopefull and noble young gentleman, Iohn Lord Harrington, Barron of Exton, &c. Who died the 27. of Febr. 1613. By Abraham Iackson. Jackson, Abraham, 1589-1646? 1614 (1614) STC 14296; ESTC S121030 7,352 42 View Text
A11064 A booke of ayres, set foorth to be song to the lute, orpherian, and base violl, by Philip Rosseter lutenist: and are to be solde at his house in Fleetstreete neere to the Grayhound Rosseter, Philip, 1567 or 8-1623.; Campion, Thomas, 1567-1620. aut 1601 (1601) STC 21332; ESTC S111881 10,443 49 View Text
A93079 The saints iewell, shevving hovv to apply the promise In a sermon preached by Thomas Shepheard. Shepard, Thomas, 1605-1649. 1642 (1642) Wing S3115A; ESTC R232293 10,658 26 View Text
A17461 Saint Marie Magdalens conuersion I. C., fl. 1603. 1603 (1603) STC 4282; ESTC S118867 10,918 28 View Text
A31341 A salutation in the love of God and in the fellowship of the work of His blessed truth ... with a word of exhortation and counsel ... also a warning unto all them that have long known the truth but have not, neither obey it with all their hearts ... / by Samuel Cater. Cater, Samuel, d. 1711. 1672 (1672) Wing C1489; ESTC R36283 11,127 14 View Text
A93459 The souldiers demand· Shewing their present misery; and prescribing a perfect remedy. 1649 (1649) Wing S4421; Thomason E555_29; ESTC R3057 11,196 16 View Text
A00766 Here after foloweth a mornynge remembrau[n]ce had at the moneth mynde of the noble prynces Margarete countesse of Rychemonde [et] Darbye moder vnto kynge Henry the. vii. [et] grandame to oure souerayne lorde that nowe is, vppon whose soule almyghty god haue mercy; Mornynge remembraunce Fisher, John, Saint, 1469-1535. 1509 (1509) STC 10891; ESTC S105603 12,680 26 View Text
A81412 A dialqgue [sic] betwen [sic] a dissenter and a church-man touching general and particular points. General, viz. of common-prayer, surplice, cross in baptizm, kneeling at sacrament, god-fathers and mothers, baptism it self. Particular. Of original sin, general redemption. 1689 (1689) Wing D1293aA; ESTC R227165 12,793 20 View Text
A03640 A sermon preached before the queenes maiestie at Hampton Court, on Sunday the 16. day of October: By I. Hopkins, one of his maiesties chaplaines in ordinarie Hopkins, John, fl. 1604-1609. 1609 (1609) STC 13768; ESTC S114087 13,139 44 View Text
A02692 The blessednesse of a sound spirit: vvith the misery of a vvounded spirit VVhere first a sound spirit is described and differenced, and lets discouered, helpes prescribed. By Robert Harris. Harris, Robert, 1581-1658. 1628 (1628) STC 12824; ESTC S103793 13,906 31 View Text
A50439 Monarchia microcosmi the origin, vicissitudes, and period of vital government in man : for a farther discovery of diseases, incident to human nature / by Everard Maynwaringe ... Maynwaringe, Everard, 1628-1699? 1692 (1692) Wing M1499; ESTC R19619 14,838 60 View Text
A08252 Londons doue: or A memoriall of the life and death of Maister Robert Doue, citizen and marchant-taylor of London and of his seuerall almesdeeds and large bountie to the poore, in his life time. He departed this life, on Saterday the 2. day of this instant moneth of May, 1612. Nixon, Anthony. 1612 (1612) STC 18588; ESTC S121754 15,077 34 View Text
A07590 The mirrour of friendship both hovv to knovve a perfect friend, and how to choose him. With a briefe treatise, or caueat, not to trust in worldly properitie. Translated out of Italian into English by Thomas Breme Gentleman. Breme, Thomas.; I. B., fl. 1584. 1584 (1584) STC 17979.7; ESTC S110017 15,331 52 View Text
A25853 The nevv heresie of the Jesuits publickly maintain'd at Paris in the Colledge of Clermont, by conclusions, printed 12 Decemb., 1661, denounced to all the bishops of France / translated out of the French original.; Nouvelle hérésie des Jésuites. English Arnauld, Antoine, 1612-1694. 1662 (1662) Wing A3730; ESTC R15927 16,007 24 View Text
A05967 A caueat for cold Christians. In a sermon preached by Mr. Paul Bayne ... Wherein the common disease of Christians, with the remedie, is plainly and excellently set downe for all that will vse it Baynes, Paul, d. 1617. 1618 (1618) STC 1628; ESTC S101118 16,065 32 View Text
A85513 The grand case of conscience concerning the Engagement stated & resolved. Or, a strict survey of the Solemn League & Covenant in reference to the present Engagement. 1650 (1650) Wing G1486A; Thomason E589_10; ESTC R206308 16,478 22 View Text
A17651 An epistle both of Godly consolacion and also of aduertisement written by Iohn Caluine the pastour & preacher of Geneua, to the right noble prince Edvvarde Duke of Somerset, before the tyme or knoweledge had of his trouble, but delyuered to the sayde Duke, in the time of his trouble, and so translated out of frenshe by the same Duke. Calvin, Jean, 1509-1564.; Somerset, Edward Seymour, Duke of, 1506?-1552. 1550 (1550) STC 4407; ESTC S118174 16,566 68 View Text
A07355 The solace of the soule agaynst the bytter stormes of sycknes and deathe greatly encouragynge the faythfull, paciently to suffer the good pleasure of God in all kynd of aduersite, newly set forth in Englysshe by Thomas Becon. Becon, Thomas, 1512-1567. 1548 (1548) STC 1774; ESTC S117217 16,613 58 View Text
A20717 The true friend, or A bill of exchange expressed in a sermon preached at White-hall: vpon Sonday the XIII. of December, anno Domini, 1629. By Iohn Dovvle, Doctor of Divinitie, and his Maiesties chaplaine. Dowle, John. 1630 (1630) STC 7101; ESTC S118447 17,369 80 View Text
A48777 The death of God's Moses's [sic] considered being the substance of a sermon preached at the funeral of Mr. Francis Johnson, minister of the gospel, sometimes fellow of All-Souls, and afterwards Master of University Colledge in Oxford, who died in London, October the 9th. 1677 / by J. Ll. J. Ll. 1678 (1678) Wing L2617A; ESTC R42135 17,380 24 View Text
A26904 A sermon, or, The survey of man taken by J.B. as it was delivered at his father's funeral, September 4th, 1638. J. B. 1652 (1652) Wing B123; ESTC R32846 17,502 24 View Text
A04569 The pilgrimage of man, vvandering in a vvildernesse of vvoe wherein is shewed the calamities belonging to man being borne in this world, and how all the principall estates thereof are crossed with misery. Johnson, Richard. 1635 (1635) STC 14691.7; ESTC S2158 18,352 32 View Text
A84372 Christianity in short or The way to be a good Christian· Recommended to the use of such as want either time or capacity for reading longer and learneder discourses. By C. Ellis author of the Gentile-sinner. Ellis, Clement, 1630-1700. 1682 (1682) Wing E552aA; ESTC R229363 19,559 74 View Text
A28372 Two useful cases resolved I. Whether a certainty of being in a state of salvation be attainable? II. What is the rule by which this certainty is to be attained? Blechynden, Richard, 1647 or 8-1697. 1685 (1685) Wing B3183; ESTC R15390 19,631 35 View Text
A11247 Resurgendum. A notable sermon concerning the resurrection, preached not long since at the court, by L. S. L. S., fl. 1593. 1593 (1593) STC 21508; ESTC S120772 19,781 36 View Text
A56520 Blood for blood, or, Justice executed for innocent blood-shed being a true narrative of that late horrid murder committed by Mary Cook upon her own and only beloved child, with several remarkable passages preceding the fact, as also what was most worthy observation during her imprisonment, and at her execution / faithfully communicated for publique satisfaction by N. Partridge and J. Sharp ; with a sermon on the same occasion ; with other spectaters and visiters whilst in prison and at her execution. Partridge, N.; Sharp, J. 1670 (1670) Wing P630; ESTC R36660 19,984 50 View Text
A50479 Comfort in death a funeral sermon preach'd upon the death of Mr. Timothy Cruso, late pastor of a church in London, who died Novemb. 26. 1697 / by Matthew Mead. Mead, Matthew, 1630?-1699. 1698 (1698) Wing M1545; ESTC R9995 21,237 34 View Text
A15304 The schysmatical puritan A sermon preached at Witney concerning the lawfulnesse of church-authority, for ordaining, and commanding of rites, and ceremonies, to beautifie the Church. By Giles Widdowes rector of St Martins church in Oxford. Widdowes, Giles, 1558?-1645. 1630 (1630) STC 25594; ESTC S120720 21,327 48 View Text
A67164 A sermon preached at the parish church of Solihull in Warwickshire, December 21. 1690 On occasion of the death of Anne, the wife of the reverend and worshipful Henry Greswold; precentor of the Cathedral of Lichfield, &c. and rector of Solihull aforesaid. By John Wright Master of Arts. Wright, John, 1665 or 6-1719. 1691 (1691) Wing W3701; ESTC R221256 21,352 34 View Text
A70932 True gain, opened in a sermon preached at Pauls, Nov. 9. 1656 by Edward Reynolds, D.D. Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. 1659 (1659) Wing R1300; Wing R1245A; ESTC R18711 21,848 41 View Text
A20270 A lecture or exposition vpon a part of the. v. chapter of the epistle to the Hebrues As it was read in Paules the. 6. day of December. 1572. By Edward Deryng. Prepared and geuen for a new yeres gift to the godly in London and els where, for this yeare. 1573. Dering, Edward, 1540?-1576. 1573 (1573) STC 6691; ESTC S110854 21,886 68 View Text
A43620 The good old cause, or, The divine captain characteriz'd in a sermon (not preach'd, nor needful to be preach'd, in any place so properly as in a camp) by Edm. Hickeringill ... Hickeringill, Edmund, 1631-1708. 1692 (1692) Wing H1807; ESTC R7616 21,900 38 View Text
A06462 A compendious and a very fruteful treatyse, teachynge the waye of dyenge well written to a frende, by the flowre of lerned men of his tyme, Thomas Lupsete Londoner, late deceassed, on whose soule Iesu haue mercy. Lupset, Thomas, 1495?-1530. 1534 (1534) STC 16934; ESTC S122071 22,183 84 View Text
A02884 The catechisme, or maner to teach children and others the Christian fayth used in all the landes and dominions that are under the mighty Prince Frederike, the Palsgraue of ye Rhone, elector of the empyre, &c. Translated out of Latin into Englysh, by William Turner Doctor of Phisicke, easely to be vnderstanded and read, aswell of the people of the north cuntry, as others.; Heidelberger Katechismus. English. Turner, William, d. 1568. 1572 (1572) STC 13028; ESTC S112597 22,595 59 View Text
A71322 The infancie of the soule; or, The soule of an infant A subiect neuer yet treated of by any. Which sheweth the infusion there of whiles that the infant resteth in the wombe: the time when, with the manner how. Gathered from the boosome of trueth; begunne in loue, and finished in the desire to posit others. The contnets are in the next page following. William Hill.; Infancie of the soule. Hill, William, Doctor in Diuinitie, attributed name. aut; Hill, William, b. 1574 or 5. aut 1605 (1605) STC 13506; ESTC S115206 22,718 46 View Text
A21065 The Christian schoole-maister, or A dialogue betweene the maister and the scholler. By G.E. minister of Gods word G. E., minister of Gods word. 1613 (1613) STC 7433; ESTC S120491 22,781 63 View Text
A81625 A door of hope: or, A call and declaration for the gathering together of the first ripe fruits unto the standard of our Lord, King Jesus.; Door of hope. 1661 (1661) Wing D1908; Thomason E764_7; ESTC R207107 22,969 16 View Text
A19485 The brazen serpent: or, the copie of a sermon preached at Pauls Crosse, Decemb. 31. 1620. By Iohn Andrevves, priest and preacher of the VVord of God at Saint Iames Clerkenwell in Middlesex Andrewes, John, fl. 1615. 1621 (1621) STC 591; ESTC S122344 23,076 64 View Text
A56317 Durus sermo, or Ænigma moriendi the mystery of dying daily: in a sermon preached in Plimouth, at the funeral of Mistress Joan Warren. By William Pyke, M.A. and rector of the parish of Stokeclimsland in the county of Cornwal. Pike, William, b. 1617 or 18. 1680 (1680) Wing P4256; ESTC R220558 23,109 40 View Text
A43318 A sermon preached to the honourable House of Commons at their late solemne fast, Wednesday, December 27, 1643 by Alexander Henderson ... Henderson, Alexander, 1583?-1646. 1644 (1644) Wing H1439; ESTC R15067 23,280 40 View Text
A37242 A work for none but angels & men. That is to be able to look into, and to know our selves. Or a book shewing what the soule is, subsisting and having its operations without the body; its more th[e]n a perfection or reflection of the sense, or teperature of humours: how she exercises her powers of vegetative or quickening power of the senses. Of the imaginations or common sense, the phantasie, sensative memory, passions motion of life, local motion, and intellectual powers of the soul. Of the wit, understanding, reason, opinion, judgement, power of will, and the relations betwixt wit & wil. Of the intellectual memory, that the soule is immortall, and cannot dye, cannot be destroyed, her cause ceaseth not, violence nor time cannot destroy her; and all objections answered to the contrary.; Nosce teipsum. Selections Davies, John, Sir, 1569-1626. 1653 (1653) Wing D409; ESTC R207134 24,057 52 View Text
A07686 A liuely anatomie of death wherein you may see from whence it came, what it is by nature, and what by Christ. Togeather with the power, strength, and sting thereof: as also a preparatiue against the same. Tending to teach men to lyue, and die well to the Lord. By Iohn More, preacher of the Gospel. More, John, d. 1592. 1596 (1596) STC 18073; ESTC S120562 24,364 78 View Text
A57186 A discourse upon prodigious abstinence occasioned by the twelve moneths fasting of Martha Taylor, the famed Derbyshire damosell : proving that without any miracle, the texture of humane bodies may be so altered, that life may be long continued without the supplies of meat & drink : with an account of the heart, and how far it is interessed in the business of fermentation / by John Reynolds ... Reynolds, John, of Kings-Norton. 1669 (1669) Wing R1314; ESTC R10543 24,717 44 View Text
A02461 A sermon principally entreating of the crosse in Baptisme wherein also it is proued, against the vnaduised reprouers, that it is no popish error, to say; that Austine sent from Gregorie the Great, was the conuerter of the English in this iland: and further that the Britaines did not receiue their first faith from the Church of Rome. By R. H. D. Hacket, Roger, 1559-1621. 1606 (1606) STC 12591; ESTC S117906 24,790 63 View Text
A35983 Observations vpon Religio medici occasionally written by Sir Kenelme Digby, Knight. Digby, Kenelm, Sir, 1603-1665. 1643 (1643) Wing D1441; ESTC R20589 25,029 128 View Text
A87093 The epitaph of a godly man, especially a man of God or, The happines by death of holines in life. Delineated in a sermon preached at the funerall of Mr Adam Pemberton late minister of the parish of St Fosters Foster-lane : who ended this mortall, April the 8th, 1655. and was buried in hope of an immortal life the 11th of the same moneth. / By Nath: Hardy M.A. and preacher to the parish of St Dionis Back Church. Hardy, Nathaniel, 1618-1670. 1655 (1655) Wing H720; Thomason E844_15 25,148 39 View Text
A50541 The rib restored, or, The honour of marriage a sermon preached in Dionis-Back Church, occasioned by a wedding the 5 day of June, 1655 / by Richard Meggott. Meggott, Richard, d. 1692. 1656 (1656) Wing M1619; ESTC R30060 25,281 33 View Text
A79509 The childs book and youths book in two parts. : The first teaching an easie and delightful way to read true English ... : The second containing a method for spelling, a catechism, a confession of faith, a copy book, a perpetual almanack .... S. T. 1672 (1672) Wing C3874A; ESTC R173832 25,787 164 View Text
A26856 Additions to the poetical fragments of Rich. Baxter written for himself and communicated to such as are more for serious verse than smooth. Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. 1683 (1683) Wing B1180A; ESTC R26683 25,832 82 View Text
A02885 The catechisme, or manner how to instruct and teach children and others in the Christian faith appointed to bee read in all the lands and dominions of the late right and mightie prince, Frederike, countie palatine of the Rhein, one of the electors of the Holy Empire, and duke in Bauier / newly translated out of Latin and Dutch into Englishe.; Heidelberger Katechismus. 1578 (1578) STC 13029; ESTC S3764 26,578 74 View Text
A62501 Pyretologia, a rational account of the cause & cure of agues with their signes diagnostick & prognostick. Also some specifick medicines prescribed for the cure of all sorts of agues; with an account of a successful method of the authors for the cure of the most tedious and dangerous quartans. Likewise some observations of cures performed by the aforesaid method. Whereunto is added a short account of the cause and cure of feavers, and the griping in the guts, agreeable to nature's rules and method of healing. Authore Rto Talbor pyretiatro. Talbor, Robert, Sir, 1642-1681. 1672 (1672) Wing T112; ESTC R200596 26,777 96 View Text
A10731 Seuen poems diuine, morall, and satyricall : the [brace] viz. Celestiall publican, Spirituall sea-fight, World, Flesh, Vicious courtier, Iesuite, Deuill : together with sundry epitaphs and epigrams / by N.R. Gent. Richards, Nathanael, ca. 1600-1652. 1631 (1631) STC 21010.3; ESTC S4444 28,419 138 View Text
A22442 The most notable and excellent discourse of the Christian philosopher Athenagoras, as touching the resurrection of the dead, translated out of Greeke into Latine by Peter Nannius, and out of Latin into English by R. Porder. A treatise, very necessarie and profitable for this our laste ruinous age of the vvorlde, in the vvhiche are such svvarmes of atheistes and epicures, vvhose pestilent infection is more to be feared then papistrie. Therefore vvorthy the consideracion of al men, as vvel for ouerthrovv of their pernicious errours, as staying the faith and conscience of the vveake and vnlearned.; De resurrectione. English Athenagoras, 2nd cent.; Porder, Richard, d. 1547. 1573 (1573) STC 886; ESTC S114473 28,918 78 View Text
A16577 A frutefull treatise and ful of heauenly consolation against the feare of death Wherunto are annexed certeine sweet meditations of the kingdom of Christ, of life euerlasting, and of the blessed state & felicitie of the same. Gathered by that holy marter of God, Iohn Bradford. Bradford, John, 1510?-1555. 1564 (1564) STC 3481; ESTC S106823 29,063 104 View Text
A00374 A shorte recapitulacion or abrigement of Erasmus Enchiridion brefely comprehendinge the summe and contents therof. Very profitable and necessary to be rede of all trew Christen men. Drawne out by M. Couerdale Anno. 1545; Enchiridion militis Christiani. English. Abridgments Erasmus, Desiderius, d. 1536.; Coverdale, Miles, 1488-1568. 1545 (1545) STC 10488; ESTC S109902 29,209 74 View Text
A14736 A coal from the altar, to kindle the holy fire of zeale In a sermon preached at a generall visitation at Ipswich. By Samuell Ward, Bach. of Diuinity. Ward, Samuel, 1577-1640.; Wood, Ambrose. 1615 (1615) STC 25039; ESTC S103052 29,222 94 View Text
A09678 The praise of the gout, or, The gouts apologie A paradox, both pleasant and profitable. Written first in the Latine tongue, by that famous and noble gentleman Bilibaldus Pirckheimerus councellor vnto two emperours, Maximilian the first, and Charles the fift: and now Englished by William Est, Master of Arts.; Apologia seu podagrae laus. English Pirckheimer, Willibald, 1470-1530.; Est, William, 1546 or 7-1625. 1617 (1617) STC 19947; ESTC S114730 29,358 44 View Text
A18437 An answere to a seditious pamphlet lately cast abroade by a Iesuite with a discouerie of that blasphemous sect. By William Charke. Charke, William, d. 1617.; Francke, Christian, b. 1549. Colloquium Jesuiticum. English. 1580 (1580) STC 5005; ESTC S119230 29,644 72 View Text
A01953 The schoole of abuse conteining a plesaunt [sic] inuectiue against poets, pipers, plaiers, iesters, and such like caterpillers of a co[m]monwelth; setting vp the hagge of defiance to their mischieuous exercise, [and] ouerthrowing their bulwarkes, by prophane writers, naturall reason, and common experience: a discourse as pleasaunt for gentlemen that fauour learning, as profitable for all that wyll follow virtue. By Stephan Gosson. Stud. Oxon. Gosson, Stephen, 1554-1624. 1579 (1579) STC 12097.5; ESTC S103345 29,663 88 View Text
A14585 A fruitfull and godly sermon preached at Paules crosse before the Honourable audience and assemblie there, this present yeare 1592. Vpon the 5. chapter of the prophesie of Zacharie, 1, 2, 3, 4 verses. By A.W. Willet, Andrew, 1562-1621. 1592 (1592) STC 24899; ESTC S119640 29,840 80 View Text
A53879 Verses by the University of Oxford on the death of the most noble and right valiant Sir Bevill Grenvill, alias Granvill, Kt. who was slain by the rebells at the battle on Lansdown-Hill near Bathe, July the 5, 1643. University of Oxford.; Birkhead, Henry, 1617?-1696. 1684 (1684) Wing O989; ESTC R18022 30,066 120 View Text
A02668 A Christen exhortacion vnto customable swearers What a ryght [and] lawfull othe is: whan, and before whom, it owght to be. Item. The maner of sayinge grace, or geuynge thankes vnto God. Coverdale, Miles, 1488-1568.; Bale, John, 1495-1563, attributed name. 1543 (1543) STC 1280; ESTC S122477 30,233 63 View Text
A86226 Herberts beleefe and confession of faith made in CLX articles. For th'instruction of his wife & children. Herbert, William, fl. 1634-1662. 1646 (1646) Wing H1537; Thomason E1207_1; ESTC R208783 30,491 60 View Text
A34541 The point of church-unity and schism discuss'd by a nonconformist, with respect to the church-divisions in England. Corbet, John, 1620-1680. 1679 (1679) Wing C6260; ESTC R37663 30,758 79 View Text
A66086 Beatitas Britanniæ, or, King Charles the Second, Englands beatituded as preached to the incorporation of the honour of Eay, in the county of Suffolk, March 31, 1661, being the Lords Day before their election of Burgesses, and the week before the choice of knights for the county / by Edward Willian .. Willan, Edward. 1661 (1661) Wing W2260; ESTC R98 30,979 47 View Text
A53333 The blessedness of good men after death a sermon preach'd at the funeral of the Revd. Mr. Henry Cornish, B.D., who died on Sunday, Decemb. 18th, in the eighty ninth year of his age and was interred on Thursday, Decemb. 22d, 1698, in the Church of Bisiter, in the County of Oxford : with a preface to rectifie some misrepresentations &c. in a late pamphlet, entitled Some remarks on the life, death, and burial of the said Mr. Cornish / by John Ollyffe ... Ollyffe, John, 1647-1717. 1699 (1699) Wing O286; ESTC R7832 31,135 36 View Text
A44691 Self-dedication discoursed in the anniversary thanksgiving of a person of honour for a great deliverance. By J.H. Howe, John, 1630-1705. 1682 (1682) Wing H3038AA; ESTC R215393 32,263 171 View Text
A04657 Vox belli, or, An alarum to vvarre; Vox belli. Barnes, Thomas, Minister of St. Margaret's, New Fish Street, London. 1626 (1626) STC 1478; ESTC S118246 34,522 50 View Text
A77669 A map of the microcosme, or, A morall description of man newly compiled into essayes / by H. Browne. Browne, H. (Humphry) 1642 (1642) Wing B5115; ESTC R232470 35,011 208 View Text
A01475 Two treatises the first, entituled, The foode of the faithfull. The second Deaths welcome. Garey, Samuel, 1582 or 3-1646. 1605 (1605) STC 11600; ESTC S115877 35,139 126 View Text
A10732 The celestiall publican A sacred poem: liuely describing the birth, progresse, bloudy passion, and glorious resurrection of our Sauiour. The spirituall sea-fight. The mischieuous deceites of the world, the flesh, the vicious courtier. The Iesuite. The Diuell. Seauen seuerall poems, with sundry epitaphs and anagrams. By Nathanael Richards Gent. Richards, Nathanael, ca. 1600-1652. 1630 (1630) STC 21010; ESTC S115928 35,361 164 View Text
A12788 A learned and gracious sermon preached at Paules Crosse by that famous and iudicious diuine, Iohn Spenser ... ; published for the benefite of Christs vineyard, by H.M. Spenser, John, 1559-1614.; Marshall, Hamlett. 1615 (1615) STC 23096; ESTC S521 35,428 60 View Text
A05710 The new arival of the three gracis, into Anglia Lamenting the abusis of this present age. Batman, Stephen, d. 1584. 1580 (1580) STC 1584; ESTC S112724 36,047 48 View Text
A39277 Clavis fidei, or, The key of faith written in Latine by John Ellis ... and propounded by him in publick lectures upon the Apostles Creed, to the students of Harts Hall in the University of Oxford ; faithfully translated into English by W.R. for the good and benefit of the ingenuous reader, as an help to build him up in his most holy faith. Ellis, John, 1599?-1665. 1668 (1668) Wing E585; ESTC R40476 36,379 109 View Text
A76130 New poems. I. The young lover's guide: or, The unsuccessful amours of Philabius, a country lover; set forth in several kind epistles, writ by him to his beautious-unkind mistress. Teaching young lovers how to comport themselves with resignation in their love-disasters. II. The answer of Helena to Paris, newly translated by a country shepherdess. III. The sixth Æneid and fourth eclogue of Virgil, newly translated. / By J.B. Gent. Philabius. Young Lover's Guide.; Virgil. Aeneis. Liber 6.; Virgil. Bucolica.; J. B., Gent. 1699 (1699) Wing B116A; ESTC R172635 36,862 132 View Text
A26956 The Young lovers guide, or, The unsuccessful amours of Philabius, a country lover ... writ by him to his beautious-unkind mistress ... ; with The answer of Helena to Paris, by a country shepherdess ; as also, The sixth Æneid and fourth eclogue of Virgil, both newly translated by J.B., Gent. Philabius.; Country shepherdess. Answer of Helena to Paris.; Virgil. Bucolica. 4. English.; Virgil. Aeneis. Liber 6. English.; J. B., Gent. 1699 (1699) Wing B131; ESTC R19435 36,870 128 View Text
A17386 The cure of the feare of death Shewing the course Christians may take to bee deliuered from these feares about death, which are found in the hearts of the most. A treatise of singular use for all sorts. By Nicholas Bifeild, Preacher of Gods word at Isleworth in Middelsex. Byfield, Nicholas, 1579-1622. 1618 (1618) STC 4213; ESTC S116195 37,363 214 View Text
A02553 Meditations and vowes, diuine and morall. Seruing for direction in Christian and ciuill practise. Deuided into two bookes. By Ios. Hall. Hall, Joseph, 1574-1656. 1605 (1605) STC 12679.5; ESTC S103712 37,803 238 View Text
A37105 The morall philosophy of the stoicks written originally in French by that ingenious gentleman Monsieur du Vaix, first president of the Parliament of Provence ; Englished by Charles Cotton ...; Philosophie morale des stoïques. English Du Vair, Guillaume, 1556-1621.; Cotton, Charles, 1630-1687. 1663 (1663) Wing D2915; ESTC R3984 38,326 126 View Text
A18908 Antidoton or a soueraigne remedie against schisme and heresie: gathered to analogie and proportion of faith, from that parable of tares. Matth.13. Aug.ep.3.Nullorum disput.&c. We ought to haue no men their disputations (although men Catholike and praise worthie) in that count as we haue the canonicall scriptures: so that it should be vnlawfull for vs to improue and refuse some things in their writings, if happily we finde that they thought otherwise then the truth hath. Such a one am I in other mens writings, and so would I haue others to vnderstand of my writings. Clapham, Henoch. 1600 (1600) STC 5330; ESTC S111140 38,797 50 View Text
A19051 Hebdomada sacra: A weekes deuotion: or, Seuen poeticall meditations vpon the second chapter of St. Matthewes gospell. Written, by Roger Cocks. Cocks, Roger, fl. 1630-1642. 1630 (1630) STC 5467; ESTC S118643 39,040 84 View Text
A20806 The sicke-mans catechisme, or path-way to felicitie Wherin is contained great variety of sound directions and most sweete co[n]solations collected and contriued into questions and answers, out of the best diuines of our time, by Thomas Draxe minister of Gods Word. Wherevnto is annexed two most comfortable and powrefull prayers. Draxe, Thomas, d. 1618. 1609 (1609) STC 7186; ESTC S117551 39,347 134 View Text
A53293 Remains of Mr. John Oldham in verse and prose Oldham, John, 1653-1683. 1687 (1687) Wing O241; ESTC R32250 39,596 144 View Text
A37239 The original, nature, and immortality of the soul a poem : with an introduction concerning humane knowledge / written by Sir John Davies ... ; with a prefatory account concerning the author and poem.; Nosce teipsum Davies, John, Sir, 1569-1626.; Tate, Nahum, 1652-1715. 1697 (1697) Wing D405; ESTC R14959 39,660 143 View Text
A71286 A sermon preached before the honourable House of Commons at their late solemne monethly fast Januarie 29th, 1644 wherein these foure necessary considerations are plainly proved and demonstrated out of the holy Scriptures, viz ... / by George Walker ... Walker, George, 1581?-1651. 1645 (1645) Wing W364; ESTC R6426 39,735 52 View Text
A07224 Reasons monarchie. Set forth by Robert Mason of Lincolnes Inne Gent Mason, Robert, 1571-1635. 1602 (1602) STC 17621; ESTC S101429 39,949 156 View Text
B00431 The divine portrait. Or, A true and liuely representation of the blessed sacrament of the Lords Supper: with our due preparation how to receive the same worthily. / Delivered in a sermon, at the Reformed Church of Paris (on Easter day last:) by Monsieur Iohn Mestrezat ... ; Englished by John Reynolds. Mestrezat, Jean, 1592-1657. 1631 (1631) STC 17845; ESTC S94173 40,057 246 View Text
A55395 A seasonable apology for religion being the subject of two sermons lately delivered in an auditory in London / by Matthew Pool, minister of the Gospel in London. Poole, Matthew, 1624-1679. 1673 (1673) Wing P2852; ESTC R36683 40,512 78 View Text
A65860 The counterfeit convert, a scandal to Christianity and his unjustly opposing Quakerism to Christianity justly reprehended : and the true Christ, and Holy Scripures [sic] confessed by the Quakers : in opposition to two scandalous books falsly styled I. Quakerism withering, and Christianity reviving, II. Animadversions on G. Whitehead's book, Innocency triumphant. Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723. 1694 (1694) Wing W1922; ESTC R38605 40,748 92 View Text
A30273 Christian commemoration, and imitation of saints departed explicated, and pressed from Heb.13.7. Occasioned by the decease of the Reverend Mr. Henry Hurst, lately minister of the gospel in London. By Daniel Burgess. Burgess, Daniel, 1645-1713. 1691 (1691) Wing B5698; ESTC R224015 41,115 135 View Text
A47172 A seasonable information and caveat against a scandalous book of Thomas Elwood, called An epistle to Friends, &c. by George Keith. Keith, George, 1639?-1716.; Raunce, John, 17th cent. 1694 (1694) Wing K203; ESTC R674 41,164 46 View Text
A57763 The birth of Merlin, or, The childe hath found his father as it hath been several times acted with great applause / written by William Shakespear and William Rowley. Rowley, William, 1585?-1642?; Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616.; Birmingham Shakespeare Library. 1662 (1662) Wing R2096; ESTC R7261 41,256 56 View Text