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A42842 A poem, occasioned by the magnificent proceeding to the funeral of Her Late Majesty Queen Mary II of blessed memory from the Royal Palace of White-Hall, to the Collegiate Church at Westminster, the 5th of March 1694/5 / by P.G. ... Gleane, Peter, Sir, 1672 or 3-1735? 1695 (1695) Wing G848A; ESTC R21715 6,948 15 View Text
A35924 A Dialogue concerning the times between Philobelgus and Sophronius. 1688 (1688) Wing D1363; ESTC R24293 7,740 8 View Text
A93568 The soundheads description of the roundhead. Or The roundhead exactly anatomized in his integralls and excrementalls, by the untwistling a threefold knott. 1. Who the roundheads be, or what a roundhead is in rerum natura, and his pedigree. 2. The reall causes producing a roundhead. 3. The properties and peculiarities of a roundhead. Now published to satisfie the whole world in the resolution of this monstrous beast, who and what he is, and by what markes he may be knowne and seene. Printed at the request of Gregory Scotch-marke (or thirteen-pence-half peny) inhabiting in Barber-surgeons alley, at the signe of the new fashioned Perriwigg: in the yeare of the roundhead his hopes confounded, 1642. 1642 (1642) Wing S4722; Thomason E148_7; ESTC R3274 8,425 12 View Text
A64373 A sermon concerning the folly of atheism preached before the Queen at White-Hall, February 22, 1690/91 / by Tho. Tenison ... Tenison, Thomas, 1636-1715. 1691 (1691) Wing T715; ESTC R9856 9,461 38 View Text
A16521 A sermon preached at Mapple-Durham in Oxfordshire, and published at the request of Sir Richard Blount by J.B. ... Bowle, John, d. 1637. 1616 (1616) STC 3435.5; ESTC S2530 11,624 32 View Text
A29937 A prophetick demonstration of many remarkable passages ... as they were found in a manuscript intitled, The mistery of observable predictions upon the present state of Reynelus & Romulus, or, The unrid[d]led] hyraglip of a she fox nurs'd by a she wolf in a stile answerable to Miltons heroick verses on lost Paradise ... Bryan, Robert, 17th cent. 1680 (1680) Wing B5249; ESTC R1248 12,236 26 View Text
A61397 A scheme and abstract of the Christian religion comprized in fifty two heads, with the texts of scripture, on which they are grounded : and some short indications, how they were more largely handled / by a lover of truth and peace. Steele, Richard, 1629-1692. 1684 (1684) Wing S5393; ESTC R34601 12,283 30 View Text
A23678 A practical improvement of the articles of Christ's descent into hell and rising again from the dead in a sermon, preach'd in the parish church of Bridgewater, on Easter-Day, Anno Domini, 1697 / by William Allen. Allen, William, fl. 1681-1697. 1697 (1697) Wing A1078; ESTC R16583 15,368 32 View Text
B02843 An antidote against the erroneous, or rather blasphemous, opinions of some people in this our corrupt age; concerning the true and real cause of man's falling into those gross and notorious sins, which do commonly prove his eternal ruine. : Made plain in a short discourse, being the substance of two sermons upon the 12, 14, 15. verses of the 1st chap. of St. James. Let no man say when he is tempted, I am tempted of God, &c. / By Samuel D'Assigny, a well-wisher to the Church of England's prosperity. D'Assigny, Samuel, b. 1673 or 4 1698 (1698) Wing D286; ESTC R171689 15,649 17 View Text
A60950 A sermon preached before the covrt at Christchurch Chappel in Oxford by Robert South ... South, Robert, 1634-1716. 1665 (1665) Wing S4741; ESTC R38265 15,843 44 View Text
A67031 Chous epitreohomenos, or, The dust returning to the earth being a sermon preached at the interrment of that excellently accomplisht gentleman Tho. Lloyd Esq. late of Wheaten-Hurst in the county of Gloucester upon Tuesday the 22nd of December, 1668 / by Tho. Woolnough. Woolnough, Thomas, ca. 1630-1675. 1669 (1669) Wing W3530; ESTC R27625 15,883 23 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
A19199 Complaynt of the soule 1519 (1519) STC 5609; ESTC S109069 18,338 32 View Text
A45161 The two steps of a nonconformist minister made by him, in order to the obtaining his liberty of preaching in publick : together with an appendix about coming to church in respect to the people / published for a testimony in his generation by a lover of sincerity and peace. Humfrey, John, 1621-1719. 1684 (1684) Wing H3714; ESTC R32356 18,526 38 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
A11237 Certaine worthye manuscript poems of great antiquitie reserued long in the studie of a Northfolke gentleman. And now first published by I.S. 1 The statly tragedy of Guistard and Sismond. 2 The northren mothers blessing. 3 The way to thrifte Hall, Joseph, 1574-1656.; Stow, John, 1525?-1605.; Boccaccio, Giovanni, 1313-1375. Decamerone. First tale of the fourth day. 1597 (1597) STC 21499; ESTC S103713 21,082 80 View Text
A28806 A key to Helmont, or, A short introduction to the better understanding of the theory and method of the most profound chymical physicians Bacon, William. 1682 (1682) Wing B374; ESTC R28334 21,246 39 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
A20823 Idea the shepheards garland Fashioned in nine eglogs. Rowlands sacrifice to the nine Muses. Drayton, Michael, 1563-1631. 1593 (1593) STC 7202; ESTC S105396 21,894 76 View Text
A14333 Viæ rectæ ad vitam longam, pars secunda VVherein the true vse of sleepe, exercise, excretions, and perturbations is, with their effects, discussed and applied to euery age, constitution of body, and time of yeare. By To: Venner Doctor of Physicke in Bathe.; Via recta ad vitam longam. Part 2 Venner, Tobias, 1577-1660. 1623 (1623) STC 24648; ESTC S103044 22,795 47 View Text
A11620 The tillage of light· Or, A true discouerie of the philosophicall elixir, commonly called the philosophers stone Seruing, to enrich all true, noble and generous spirits, as will aduenture some few labors in the tillage of such a light, as is worthy the best obseruance of the most wise. By Patrick Scot, Esquire. Scot, Patrick. 1623 (1623) STC 21862; ESTC S116882 23,614 62 View Text
A28412 The Bloody murtherer, or, The unnatural son his just condemnation at the assizes held at Monmouth, March 8, 1671/2 with the suffering of his sister and servant, for the murther of his mother, Mrs. Grace Jones, for which the said son was prest to death, his sister burnt, and his boy hang'd : with a true accompt of their trials, penitent behaviour, prayers, speeches, and circumstances thereunto relating : with letters of several worthy divines. 1672 (1672) Wing B3259; ESTC R18868 28,377 74 View Text
B21136 The advantages of the present settlement, and the great danger of a relapse Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731. 1689 (1689) Wing D827B 28,552 40 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
A34554 A discourse written to a learned frier by M. Des Fourneillis, shewing that this systeme of M. Des Cartes, and particularly his opinion concerning brutes, does contain nothing dangerous, and that all he hath written of both seems to have been taken out of the first chapter of Genesis ; to which is annexed the Systeme general of the same Cartesian philosophy, by Francis Bayle ... ; Englished out of French.; Copie d'une lettre écrite à un sçavant religieux de la Compagnie de Jesus. English Cordemoy, Géraud de, d. 1684.; Bayle, François, 1622-1709. Systema generale philosophica. English. 1670.; Grangeron, Henri. 1670 (1670) Wing C6281; ESTC R7465 31,430 139 View Text
A64144 Via intelligentiæ a sermom [sic] preached to the University of Dublin : shewing by what means the scholars shall become most learned and most usefull : published at their desire / by ... Jeremy, Lord Bishop of Downe, &c. ... Taylor, Jeremy, 1613-1667. 1662 (1662) Wing T416; ESTC R23462 32,047 72 View Text
A29306 A discourse upon the nature of eternitie, and the condition of a separated soule, according to the grounds of reason, and principles of Christian religion by William Brent, of Grayes Inne, Esquire ... Brent, William, d. 1691. 1655 (1655) Wing B4363; ESTC R16167 33,158 108 View Text
A47914 A seasonable memorial in some historical notes upon the liberties of the presse and pulpit with the effects of popular petitions, tumults, associations, impostures, and disaffected common councils : to all good subjects and true Protestants. L'Estrange, Roger, Sir, 1616-1704. 1680 (1680) Wing L1301; ESTC R14590 34,077 42 View Text
A00760 Fuimus Troes Æneid. 2. The true Troianes, being a story of the Britaines valour at the Romanes first inuasion: Publikely represented by the gentlemen students of Magdalen Colledge in Oxford. Fisher, Jasper, b. 1591. 1633 (1633) STC 10886; ESTC S102088 35,953 72 View Text
A05349 A treatise tending to unitie in a sermon preached at Droghedah on Whitsunday (being the ninth of Iune 1622.) before the Kings Majesties Commissioners for Ireland. By Henry Leslie. Leslie, Henry, 1580-1661. 1623 (1623) STC 15501; ESTC S102368 36,074 58 View Text
A45310 The remedy of discontentment, or, A treatise of contentation in whatsoever condition fitted for sad and troubled times / by Jos. Hall ... Hall, Joseph, 1574-1656. 1684 (1684) Wing H405; ESTC R42064 37,772 178 View Text
A02609 The threefold state of man vpon earth conteyning [brace] the glorie of his Creation, the miserie of his Fall, and the sweete mysterie of his reparation : discussed in three seuerall sermons at the Court / by Christopher Hampton ... Hampton, Christopher, 1552-1625. 1620 (1620) STC 12739.5; ESTC S2712 38,298 70 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
A54177 The new witnesses proved old hereticks, or, Information to the ignorant in which the doctrines of John Reeve and Lodowick Muggleton, which they stile, mysteries never before known, revealed, or heard of from the foundation of the world, are proved to be mostly ancient whimsies, blasphemies and heresies, from the evidence of Scripture, reason and several historians : also an account of some discoourse betwixt L.M. and my self, by which his blasphemous, ignorant and unsavory spirit is clearly and truly manifested, in love to the immortal souls of those few, who are concern'd in the belief of his impostures / by a living true witness to that one eternal way of God, revealed in the light of righteousness W.P. Penn, William, 1644-1718. 1672 (1672) Wing P1326; ESTC R15258 38,470 64 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
A20871 Flovvres of Sion. By VVilliam Drummond of Hawthorne-denne. To which is adioyned his cypresse groue Drummond, William, 1585-1649. 1623 (1623) STC 7247; ESTC S105397 40,164 84 View Text
A68000 A declaration of the true causes of the great troubles, presupposed to be intended against the realme of England VVherein the indifferent reader shall manifestly perceaue, by whome, and by what means, the realme is broughte into these pretented perills. Seene and allowed. Verstegan, Richard, ca. 1550-1640. 1592 (1592) STC 10005; ESTC S101164 40,397 78 View Text
A08481 Gods rebuke in taking from vs that worthy and honourable gentleman Sir Edward Lewkenor Knight, the first day of May this present yeere 1618, he being at that time high Sheriffe of Suffolke whose Christian life and comfortable end are here faithfully recorded. Together with diuers profitable and necessarie instructions; deliuered first in a discourse at his funerall, and now inlarged, and published, for the benefit of others not then present. By T.O. aliàs P. minister of the word of God at Denham in Suffolke. Oldmayne, Timothy. 1619 (1619) STC 18805; ESTC S113488 40,569 121 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
A55636 The life of the blessed St. Agnes virgin and martyr in prose and verse / by L. Sherling. Sherling, L. 1677 (1677) Wing P3179; ESTC R25817 41,432 135 View Text
A70079 Golden remains of Sir George Freman, Knight of the Honourable Order of the Bath being choice discourses on select subjects. Freeman, George, Sir.; Freeman, Sarah, Lady. 1682 (1682) Wing F2167B; ESTC R21279 41,541 130 View Text
A69163 Paradise within us: or, The happie mind. By Robert Crofts R. C. (Robert Crofts) 1640 (1640) STC 6043; ESTC S116646 41,645 221 View Text
A45358 Melampronoea, or, A discourse of the polity and kingdom of darkness together with a solution of the chiefest objections brought against the being of witches / by Henry Hallywell. Hallywell, Henry, d. 1703? 1681 (1681) Wing H464; ESTC R9358 42,600 134 View Text
A04840 Two sermons. vpon the Act Sunday, being the 10th of Iuly. 1625 Deliuered at St Maries in Oxford. King, Henry, 1592-1669.; King, John, 1559?-1621. aut 1625 (1625) STC 14972; ESTC S108030 43,354 86 View Text
A01694 A vvomans vvoorth, defended against all the men in the world Proouing them to be more perfect, excellent, and absolute in all vertuous actions, then any man of what qualitie soeuer. Written by one that hath heard much, seene much, but knowes a great deale more.; Paradoxe apologique, où il est fidellement démonstré que la femme est beaucoup plus parfaite que l'homme en toute action de vertu. English Pontaymeri, Alexandre de, d. 1618.; Munday, Anthony, 1553-1633, attributed name.; Gibson, Anthony. 1599 (1599) STC 11831; ESTC S105731 43,550 162 View Text
A61486 Norfolk drollery, or, A compleat collection of the newest songs, jovial poems, and catches, &c. by the author, M. Stevenson. Stevenson, Matthew, fl. 1654-1685. 1673 (1673) Wing S5503; ESTC R14222 44,154 142 View Text
A26232 Observations upon some part of Sr Francis Bacon's Naturall history as it concernes fruit-trees, fruits, and flowers especially the fifth, sixth, and seaventh centuries, improving the experiments mentioned, to the best advantage / by R.A. Austen, practiser in the art of planting. Austen, Ralph, d. 1676.; Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. Sylva sylvarum. 1658 (1658) Wing A4234; ESTC R13917 44,554 57 View Text
A01683 The mirror of alchimy, composed by the thrice-famous and learned fryer, Roger Bachon, sometimes fellow of Martin Colledge: and afterwards of Brasen-nose Colledge in Oxenforde. Also a most excellent and learned discourse of the admirable force and efficacie of art and nature, written by the same author. With certaine other treatises of the like argument; Speculum alchemiae. English Bacon, Roger, 1214?-1294.; Bacon, Roger, 1214?-1294. De secretis operibus artis et naturae. English. aut; Khālid ibn Yazīd al-Umawī, 7th cent.; Simon, of Cologne, d. 1442?. 1597 (1597) STC 1182; ESTC S100517 44,892 89 View Text
A47746 The history of sin and heresie attempted, from the first war that they rais'd in heaven through their various successes and progress upon earth to the final victory over them, and their eternal condemnation in hell : in some meditations upon the feast of St. Michael and all angels. Leslie, Charles, 1650-1722. 1698 (1698) Wing L1135; ESTC R11401 44,933 69 View Text
A67615 The effigies of love being a translation from the Latine of Mr. Robert Waring of Christ-Church in Oxford, master of arts, and proctor of that university. To which is prefixt a tombstone-encomium, by the same author, sacred to the memory of the prince of poets, Ben. Johnson; also made English by the same hand.; Amoris effigies. English. Waring, Robert, 1614-1658.; Cross, Thomas, fl. 1632-1682, engraver.; Nightingale, Robert, fl. 1680. 1680 (1680) Wing W866; ESTC R219407 44,991 161 View Text
A48261 The art of physick made plain & easie by the learned D. Fambresarius ... ; translated out of his famous book De schola medecin by J.P.; Scholae medicae. English La Framboisière, Nicholas Abraham de, b. 16th cent. 1684 (1684) Wing L179; ESTC R35413 45,594 151 View Text
A09410 An exposition of the Lords praier in the way of catechisme By William Perkins; Perkins upon the Lords praier Perkins, William, 1558-1602. 1593 (1593) STC 19701; ESTC S113660 46,459 156 View Text
A59239 Of devotion By J. S. Sergeant, John, 1622-1707. 1678 (1678) Wing S2585A; ESTC R220098 48,774 178 View Text
A62905 A discourse of Christ's Second Coming and purging of his kingdom in two sermons on Matth. XIII, 41 / by Samuel Tomlyns. Tomlyns, Samuel, 1632 or 3-1700. 1695 (1695) Wing T1858; ESTC R25655 49,894 104 View Text
A00777 Diseases of the soule a discourse diuine, morall, and physicall. By Tho. Adams. Adams, Thomas, fl. 1612-1653. 1616 (1616) STC 109; ESTC S100388 50,627 84 View Text
A04501 An excellent treatise touching the restoring againe of him that is fallen written by the woorthy man Saint Iohn Chrysostome ... ; turned and put into English, out of an ancient Latine translation, written in velume, by R.W. ... John Chrysostom, Saint, d. 407.; Wolcomb, Robert. 1588 (1588) STC 14630.5; ESTC S2155 51,393 152 View Text
A07786 The true knowledge of a mans owne selfe. Written in French by Monsieur du Plessis, Lord of Plessie Marly. *And truly translated into English by A.M.. Mornay, Philippe de, seigneur du Plessis-Marly, 1549-1623.; Xenophon. Memorabilia.; Munday, Anthony, 1553-1633. 1602 (1602) STC 18163; ESTC S103514 52,106 260 View Text
A00350 De co[n]temptu mundi The dispisyng of the worlde / co[m]piled in Latyn by Erasmus Rot. ; and translated in to Englyshe by Thomas Paynell ... Erasmus, Desiderius, d. 1536.; Paynell, Thomas. 1532 (1532) STC 10470.8; ESTC S878 52,338 112 View Text
A02493 The vanitie of the eye first beganne for the comfort of a gentlewoman bereaved of her sight, and since vpon occasion enlarged & published for the common good. By George Hakewill Master of Arts, and fellow of Exeter Coll. in Oxford. Hakewill, George, 1578-1649. 1615 (1615) STC 12622; ESTC S103636 52,423 194 View Text
A68054 Nicholas Flammel, his exposition of the hieroglyphicall figures which he caused to bee painted vpon an arch in St. Innocents Church-yard, in Paris. Together with the secret booke of Artephius, and the epistle of Iohn Pontanus: concerning both the theoricke and the practicke of the philosophers stone. Faithfully, and (as the maiesty of the thing requireth) religiously done into English out of the French and Latine copies. By Eirenæus Orandus, qui est, vera veris enodans; Figures hierogliphiques. English Flamel, Nicolas, d. 1418.; Artephius. Liber secretus artis occultae.; Pontanus, Joannes, d. 1572. Epistola de lapide philosophorum.; Orandus, Eirenaeus. 1624 (1624) STC 11027; ESTC S102276 53,157 276 View Text
A12191 The riches of mercie In two treatises: 1 Lydia's conversion. 2. A rescue from death. By the late learned, and reverend divine, Richard Sibbs, Doctor in Divinitie. Published by the authors own appointment, and subscribed with his owne hand to prevent imperfect copies. Sibbes, Richard, 1577-1635. 1638 (1638) STC 22501; ESTC S100975 53,245 274 View Text
A09974 Maister Bezaes houshold prayers translated out of French into English. Bèze, Théodore de, 1519-1605. 1603 (1603) STC 2023.7; ESTC S1181 53,574 372 View Text
A14298 Approved directions for health, both naturall and artificiall deriued from the best physitians as well moderne as auncient. Teaching how euery man should keepe his body and mind in health: and sicke, how hee may safely restore it himselfe. Diuided into 6. sections 1. Ayre, fire and water. 2. Meate, drinke with nourishment. 3. Sleepe, earely rising and dreames. 4. Auoidance of excrements, by purga. 5. The soules qualities and affections. 6. Quarterly, monethly, and daily diet. Newly corrected and augmented by the authour.; Naturall and artificial directions for health Vaughan, William, 1577-1641. 1612 (1612) STC 24615; ESTC S106222 54,245 162 View Text
A08907 The heroicall deuises of M. Claudius Paradin Canon of Beauieu. Whereunto are added the Lord Gabriel Symeons and others. Translated out of Latin into English by P.S.; Devises héroiques. English Paradin, Claude, 16th cent.; P. S., fl. 1591. 1591 (1591) STC 19183; ESTC S119509 55,195 420 View Text
A84086 The eating of the body of Christ, considered in its principles. By John Despagne minister of the gospel. Translated out of French into English, by John Rivers of Chaford in Sussex, Esquire. Espagne, Jean d', 1591-1659.; Rivers, John, of Chaford in Sussex.; Beau, Wil. 1652 (1652) Wing E3257; Thomason E1309_2; ESTC R209023 55,931 203 View Text
A21003 The moral philosophie of the Stoicks. Written in French, and englished for the benefit of them which are ignorant of that tongue. By T.I. fellow of New-Colledge in Oxford; Philosophie morale des stoïques. English Du Vair, Guillaume, 1556-1621.; Epictetus. Manual.; James, Thomas, 1573?-1629. 1598 (1598) STC 7374; ESTC S100004 56,994 220 View Text
A35532 Selēnarhia, or, The government of the world in the moon a comical history / written by that famous wit and caveleer of France, Monsieur Cyrano Bergerac ; and done into English by Tho. St Serf, Gent.; Histoire comique des états et empires de la lune. English Cyrano de Bergerac, 1619-1655.; St. Serfe, Thomas, Sir, fl. 1668. 1659 (1659) Wing C7719; ESTC R18714 59,111 189 View Text
A54715 Poems by the incomparable Mrs. K.P.; Poems. Selections Philips, Katherine, 1631-1664. 1664 (1664) Wing P2032; ESTC R13274 59,192 262 View Text
A43447 The art of curing sympathetically, or magnetically, proved to be most true by its theory and practice exemplified by several cures performed that way: with a discourse concerning the cure of madness, and an appendix to prove the reality of sympathy : also an account of some cures perform'd by it in London / written originally in Latin by H.M. Herwig ...; Ars curandi sympathetice sive magnetice. English Herwig, H. M. (Henning Michael). 1700 (1700) Wing H1604; ESTC R21531 59,613 172 View Text
A25669 Antiquity reviv'd, or, The government of a certain island antiently call'd Astreada in reference to religion, policy, war and peace some hundreds of years before the coming of Christ. 1693 (1693) Wing A3510; ESTC R19475 60,242 129 View Text
A56830 King Solomon's recantations being an extract out of the famous works of the learned Francis Quarles ... : with an essay, to prove the immortality of the soul, by way of symetry, or connexion. Quarles, Francis, 1592-1644. 1688 (1688) Wing Q103; ESTC R2993 60,560 98 View Text
A67831 Ỳperēphanìaz Myzè̄rhion. Or, Machiavil redivivus Being an exact discovery or narrative of the priciples & politicks of our bejesuited modern phanaticks. By J. Yalden Esq; Yalden, John. 1681 (1681) Wing Y6A; ESTC R218924 61,310 147 View Text
A04503 An excellent treatise touching the restoring againe of him that is fallen written by the worthy, Saint Chrysostome to Theodorus a friend of his, who by leud liuing, was fallen from the Gospell; fit to read for reclaiming their hearts which are in like case. Englished (out of an auncient Latin translation, written in velume) by R.W. With an annexed epistle of comfort from one friend to another, wherin the Anabaptists error of desperation is briefly confuted, and the sinne against the holy Ghost plainly declared. John Chrysostom, Saint, d. 407.; Cottesford, Thomas. Epistle of comfort.; Wolcomb, Robert, b. 1567 or 8. 1609 (1609) STC 14631; ESTC S121653 61,720 216 View Text
B02798 The fulness and freeness of Gods grace in Christ declared. Namely, how God orders and appoints men to their final ends; some to honor, some to dishonor to eternity. The second part.; Fulnesse and freenesse of Gods grace in Christ declared. Part 2 Duke, Francis. 1655 (1655) Wing D2502A; ESTC R176022 62,389 122 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
A47040 The future state, or, A discourse attempting some display of the souls happiness, in regard to that eternally progressive knowledge, or eternal increase of knowledge, and the consequences of it, which is amongst the blessed in heaven by a country gentleman, a worshipper of God in the way of the Church of England. Whitaker, Edward.; Jones, George, d. 1704. 1683 (1683) Wing J941B; ESTC R13197 63,632 160 View Text
A69655 Autarchy, or, The art of self-government in a moral essay : in three parts : first written to a gentleman in the university, and since fitted for publick use. G. B. (George Burghope) 1691 (1691) Wing B5730; ESTC R4200 63,862 179 View Text
A06164 The diuel coniured Lodge, Thomas, 1558?-1625. 1596 (1596) STC 16655; ESTC S109564 63,922 90 View Text
A72420 The soule is immortall, or, Certaine discourses defending the immortalitie of the soule against the limmes of Sathan to wit, Saducees, Anabaptists, atheists and such like of the hellish crue of aduersaries / written by Iohn Iackson. Jackson, John, fl. 1611.; Houppelande, Guillaume, d. 1492. De immortalitate animae.; Xenocrates, of Chalcedon, ca. 396-ca. 314 B.C. De morte.; Athenagoras, 2nd cent. De resurrectione.; Palingenio Stellato, Marcello, ca. 1500-ca. 1543. 1611 (1611) STC 14297a.3; ESTC S116566 64,456 189 View Text
A38619 Enchyridion physicæ restitutæ, or, The summary of physicks recovered wherein the true harmony of nature is explained, and many errours of the ancient philosophers, by canons and certain demonstrations, are clearly evidenced and evinced. Espagne, Jean d', 1591-1659. 1651 (1651) Wing E3276A; ESTC R36574 64,719 190 View Text
A44220 Magnetismus magnus, or, Metaphysical and divine contemplations on the magnet, or loadstone written by Sir Matthew Hale. Hale, Matthew, Sir, 1609-1676. 1695 (1695) Wing H250; ESTC R8784 65,385 172 View Text
A75461 Anthropologie abstracted: or The idea of humane nature reflected in briefe philosophicall, and anatomicall collections. 1655 (1655) Wing A3483; Thomason E1589_2; ESTC R8560 65,588 195 View Text
A65777 A contemplation of heaven with an exercise of love, and a descant on the prayer in the garden. By a Catholick gent. White, Thomas, 1543-1676. 1654 (1654) Wing W1814A; ESTC R220997 65,739 200 View Text
A09922 The praise of musicke wherein besides the antiquitie, dignitie, delectation, & vse thereof in ciuill matters, is also declared the sober and lawfull vse of the same in the congregation and church of God. Case, John, d. 1600, attributed name. 1586 (1586) STC 20184; ESTC S115011 65,829 162 View Text
A68467 A treatise of the sacraments according to the doctrin of the Church of England touching that argument Collected out of the articles of religion, the publique catechism, the liturgie, and the book of homilies. With a sermon preached in the publique lecture, appointed for Saint Pauls Crosse, on the feast of Saint Iohn Baptist, Iune 24. 1638. / By T.B. Pr. Pl. Bedford, Thomas, d. 1653. 1638 (1638) STC 1789; ESTC S113179 66,854 266 View Text
A02339 Two guides to a good life The genealogy of vertue and the nathomy of sinne. Liuely displaying the worth of one, and the vanity of the other.; Anathomie of sinne. Hall, Joseph, 1574-1656, attributed name.; Humfrey, Richard, attributed name. 1604 (1604) STC 12466; ESTC S118647 67,276 265 View Text
B00812 A dialogue philosophicall. Wherein natures secret closet is opened, and the cause of all motion in nature shewed ovt of matter and forme, tending to mount mans minde from nature to supernaturall and celestial promotion: and how all things exist in the number of three. : Together with the wittie inuention of an artificiall perpetuall motion, presented to the kings most excellent maiestie. / All which are discoursed betweene two speakers, Philadelph, and Theophrast, brought together by Thomas Tymme, professour of diuinitie.. Tymme, Thomas, d. 1620. 1612 (1612) STC 24416; ESTC S95612 68,496 81 View Text
A01725 Foure sermons vpon seuerall partes of scripture, preached by George Gyffard, preacher of the worde, at Maudlin in Essex Gifford, George, d. 1620. 1598 (1598) STC 11859; ESTC S117695 68,936 149 View Text
A01712 A catechisme conteining the summe of Christian religion, giuing a most excellent light to all those that seek to enter the path-way to saluation: Newlie set foorth by G.G. Preacher of Gods word at Malden in Essex Gifford, George, d. 1620. 1583 (1583) STC 11848; ESTC S114965 69,171 182 View Text
A57655 Leviathan drawn out with a hook, or, Animadversions upon Mr. Hobbs his Leviathan by Alex. Rosse. Ross, Alexander, 1591-1654. 1653 (1653) Wing R1960; ESTC R1490 70,857 139 View Text
A63799 Miscellania: or, A collection of necessary, useful, and profitable tracts on variety of subjects which for their excellency, and benefit of mankind, are compiled in one volume. By Thomas Tryon physiologus. Tryon, Thomas, 1634-1703. 1696 (1696) Wing T3185; ESTC R220931 73,089 207 View Text
A25812 Aristoteles Master-piece, or, The secrets of generation displayed in all the parts thereof ...; Aristotle's Masterpiece. 1684 (1684) Wing A3689; ESTC R4283 73,397 190 View Text
A42818 Lux orientalis, or, An enquiry into the opinion of the Eastern sages concerning the praeexistence of souls being a key to unlock the grand mysteries of providence, in relation to mans sin and misery. Glanvill, Joseph, 1636-1680. 1662 (1662) Wing G814; ESTC R23333 73,655 232 View Text
A26588 A discourse of wit by David Abercromby ... Abercromby, David, d. 1701 or 2. 1686 (1686) Wing A82; ESTC R32691 73,733 250 View Text
A47114 An examination of Dr. Burnet's Theory of the earth together with some remarks on Mr. Whiston's New theory of the earth / by Jo. Keill ... Keill, John, 1671-1721. 1698 (1698) Wing K132; ESTC R15430 75,308 201 View Text
A03092 Ros cœli. Or, A miscellany of ejaculations, divine, morall, &c. Being an extract out of divers worthy authors, antient and moderne. Which may enrich the mean capacity, and adde somewhat to the most knowing iudgement. Hearne, Richard. 1640 (1640) STC 13219; ESTC S103993 75,668 380 View Text
A19433 The interiour occupation of the soule Treating of the important businesse of our saluation with God, and his saints, by way of prayer. Composed in French for the exercise of that court, by the R. Father, Pater Cotton of the Societie of Iesus, and translated into English by C.A. for the benefit of all our nation. Whereunto is prefixed a preface by the translator, in defence of the prayers of this booke, to the saints in heauen.; Interioure occupation d'une âme devote. English Coton, Pierre, 1564-1626.; Anderton, Christopher, attributed name.; Apsley, Charles, attributed name.; C. A., fl. 1619. 1618 (1618) STC 5860; ESTC S108849 75,781 318 View Text
A42026 [Apographē storgēs], or, A description of the passion of love demonstrating its original, causes, effects, signes, and remedies / by Will. Greenwood, [Philalethēs]. Greenwood, Will. 1657 (1657) Wing G1869; ESTC R43220 76,029 156 View Text
A52138 Plain-dealing, or, A full and particular examination of a late treatise, entituled, Humane reason by A.M., a countrey gentleman. Marvell, Andrew, 1621-1678. 1675 (1675) Wing M876; ESTC R23029 77,401 164 View Text
A92903 A new light of alchymie: taken out of the fountaine of nature, and manuall experience. To which is added a treatise of sulphur: / written by Micheel Sandivogius: i.e. anagram matically, divi Leschi genus amo. Also nine books of the nature of things, written by Paracelsus, viz. Of the generations growthes conservations life: death renewing transmutation separation signatures of naturall things. Also a chymicall dictionary explaining hard places and words met withall in the writings of Paracelsus, and other obscure authors. All which are faithfully translated out of the Latin into the English tongue, by J.F. M.D.; Novum lumen chymicum. English. Sędziwój, Michał, ca. 1556-ca. 1646.; French, John, 1616-1657.; Paracelsus, 1493-1541. Of the nature of things.; Dorn, Gerhard, 16th cent. Dictionarium Theophrasti Paracelsi. 1650 (1650) Wing S2506; Thomason E604_3; Thomason E604_4; Thomason E604_5; ESTC R203736 79,289 151 View Text