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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
A12575 Of the horrible and wofull destruction of, Sodome, and Gomorra To the tune of the nine Muses. 1570 (1570) STC 22890; ESTC S103469 1,595 1 View Text
A88763 The late eclipse unclasped: or the mistaken star-gazers unmasked. VVherein is manifested seven severall reasons whereby these astrolegers have deceived the people. / By a learned divine neere London. 1652 (1652) Wing L546; Thomason E659_20; ESTC R35345 5,247 16 View Text
A95543 The generall complaint of the most oppressed, distressed commons of England. Complaining to, and crying out upon the tyranny of the perpetuall Parliament at Westminster. / Written by one that loves, serves, and honours the King, and also holds the dignity of a parliament in due honourable regard and reverence. Jo. Ta. Taylor, John, 1580-1653. 1645 (1645) Wing T462; Thomason E300_15; ESTC R200259 5,820 9 View Text
A75818 The Parliaments rules and directions concerning sacramentall knowledge contained in an ordinance of the Lords and Commons of the 20th of October 1645. Drawn into questions and answers: (which answers in the bigger character are the ordinance it self in the words of it.) With an addition of Scripture-proofs: and some brief directions for self-examination. By Robert Austin, D.D. For the use of the place where he himself is pastour; and the benefit of such other people, as stand in need of the like help. Austin, Robert, b. 1592 or 3.; England and Wales. Parliament. 1647 (1647) Wing A4255; Thomason E1186_6; ESTC R204927 6,025 19 View Text
A34734 The Counterfeit Ievv 1653 (1653) Wing C6520A; ESTC R41329 6,271 10 View Text
A46240 A cure for the tongue-evill, or, A receipt against vain oaths being a plain and profitable poem, shewing the hainousness of common swearing, with reasons against it, and remedies for it / by T.I., an hearty well-wisher to his king, church, and country. Jordan, Thomas, 1612?-1685? 1662 (1662) Wing J1024; ESTC R10705 7,712 18 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
A00483 An exhortation vnto prayer thought mete by the kinges maiestie, and his clergy, to be read to the people in euery church afore processyions. Also a letanie with suffrages to be said or song in the tyme of the said processyons. Church of England.; Church of England. Litany. 1544. 1544 (1544) STC 10620; ESTC S109485 8,517 42 View Text
A62297 Scandalum magnatum, or, Potapski's case a satyr against Polish oppression. D'Urfey, Thomas, 1653-1723. 1682 (1682) Wing S816; ESTC R8223 8,743 34 View Text
A01234 Ezras pulpit. Or, A sermon lately preached in Southwarke, before a worshipfull assembly Very necessary for these times. By William Freake, minister. Freake, William. 1639 (1639) STC 11346.7; ESTC S120858 9,804 29 View Text
A56555 The sinners arraignment; or, The life, death and judgment of stubborn and incorrigible sinners Wherein first is plainly set forth and described the certainty of their death: as also many pithy arguments to perswade men to prepare for it, lest they fall unawares into the great condemnation. Together with a pithy discourse of the last and great judgment, with a discovery of the judge, the judged, and the manner of the pronouncing sentence, the confusion of sinners before the judgement seat, being full of terrour and amazement; as also followed on with many directions to sinners. which, if followed, they may escape the sentence of, Go ye cursed, &c. With some consolations for saints, who have overcome the second death, and may appear with boldnesse at the great day and receive their sentence of, Come ye blessed, &c. By T.P. Passenger, Thomas. 1668 (1668) Wing P658E; ESTC R216912 10,389 28 View Text
A12633 Mœoniæ. Or, Certaine excellent poems and spirituall hymnes: omitted in the last impression of Peters complaint being needefull thereunto to be annexed, as being both diuine and wittie. All composed by R.S. Southwell, Robert, Saint, 1561?-1595. 1595 (1595) STC 22955.5; ESTC S117673 10,446 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
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
A03634 [An homelye to be read in the tyme of pestylence] Hooper, John, d. 1555. 1553 (1553) STC 13759; ESTC S118879 13,006 36 View Text
A58817 A sermon preached before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor, aldermen, and citizens of London at the church of St. Mary le Bow, September the second, 1686 : being the anniversary fast for the dreadful fire in the year 1666 / by John Scott ... Scott, John, 1639-1695. 1686 (1686) Wing S2071; ESTC R34059 13,048 34 View Text
A94768 A sermon against murder: by occasion of the Romanists putting the Protestants to death in the dukedome of Savoy. / By William Towers, B.D. Towers, William, 1617?-1666. 1655 (1655) Wing T1962; Thomason E835_13; ESTC R207410 13,588 23 View Text
A61181 A sermon preached before the King and Queen at Whitehal, on Good-Friday, 1690 by the Lord Bishop of Rochester, Dean of Westminster. Sprat, Thomas, 1635-1713. 1690 (1690) Wing S5061; ESTC R13441 13,597 46 View Text
A04823 A sermon preached in Saint Maries Church in Oxford March 26. 1612. at the funerall of Thomas Holland, Doctor of the Chaire in Divinitie, and Rector of the Exceter College, by Richard Kilbie Doctor of Divinity, Rector of Lincolne College Kilbye, Richard, 1560 or 61-1620. 1613 (1613) STC 14957; ESTC S107985 13,669 24 View Text
A02023 A short and easie introduction to Christian faith conteining the summe of the principles of religion, necessary to be knowne of all before they presume to receiue the sacrament of the Lords Supper: set downe in questions and answers, and distinguished into chapters. By H. Graie. Graie, H. 1588 (1588) STC 12170; ESTC S112481 13,829 34 View Text
A87001 Israels just jvdge; or, The maiestrats brest-plate, against the darts of pride, envy, & hipocrisie: being enemies to iustice, mercy, & humility. Presented to the jmpartial maiestrats of this nation, especialy in the western parts, from whence the author (by Gods providence) drew his first breath; wishing them health here, and all happiness hereafter. / Written by Charles Hammond. Hammond, Charles, 17th cent. 1657 (1657) Wing H494; Thomason E899_4; ESTC R206742 13,989 19 View Text
A20390 Two precious and divine antidotes against the plague of pestilence; or any other judgement incident vnto vs Giving excellent instructions and comforts vnto all that well vse them in time of neede. The first prescribing holy preservatiues against this, or any other plague: written by a Christian and charitable well-willer vnto his countrey. The second, setting downe sweete consolations for such as be visited by the plague: written by a famous, learned, and faithfull pastour, vnto some of his flocke in the time of their visitations. S. P., fl. 1625. 1625 (1625) STC 680; ESTC S118833 14,265 22 View Text
A02987 A short catechisme contayning the princples [sic] of religion : verie profitable for all sorts of people. Ball, John, 1585-1640. 1630 (1630) STC 1313.3; ESTC S4126 15,536 48 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
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
A13862 The testament of master Wylliam Tracie esquier, expounded both by Willism Tindall and Iho[n] Frith. Wherin thou shalt perceyue with what charitie y[e] chaunceler of Worcester burned whan he toke vp the deek carkas and made asshes of hit after hit was buried Frith, John, 1503-1533.; Tyndale, William, d. 1536. 1535 (1535) STC 24167; ESTC S114878 16,876 37 View Text
A41707 The primitive Christian justified and Jack Presbyter reproved, or, A scripture demonstration, that to be innocent and persecuted is more eligible than to be prosperously wicked delivered in a sermon in the Abby-Church of Bath by William Goulde. Gould, William, d. 1686. 1682 (1682) Wing G1441; ESTC R9434 18,041 33 View Text
A07790 A short treatise of death in sixe chapters Together with the ænigmatick description of old age and death written Ecclesiastes 12 chap. exponed and paraphrased in English meetre. Written by Mr. William Morray minister of Gods word. Morray, William. 1631 (1631) STC 18167; ESTC S121485 18,101 56 View Text
A43575 A sermon preached at the funeral of the right honourable William Lord Pagett, Baron of Beaudefert, &c. By John Heynes, A.M. and preacher of the New Church, Westminster Heynes, John. 1679 (1679) Wing H17646A; ESTC R216791 19,530 47 View Text
A55558 Mr. Powels answer to a late fictitious pamphlet put forth by two leading Quakers, viz. John Vaughton and John Feild in which their account of a discourse between them and him is here rectified : every thing that is material in their said book answered and several notorious lies therein detected to the just shame of the publishers : also good counsel in the conclusion of the whole to such that are the principal leaders of the Quakers ... with an epistolary discourse touching the imputation of sin to Christ ... Powell, Thomas.; Vaughton, John, 1644-1712.; Field, John, 1652-1723. 1676 (1676) Wing P3067B; ESTC R24064 19,612 24 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
B06790 The blemish of government, the shame of religion, the disgrace of mankinde; or, A charge drawn up against drunkards, and presented to His Highness the Lord Protector, in the name of all the sober partie in the three nations. Humbly craving, that they may be kept alone by themselves from infecting others; compelled to work and earn what they consume : and that none may be suffered to sell drink, who shall either swear, or be drunk themselves, or suffer others within their walls. / By R. Younge of Roxwell in Essex. Younge, Richard. 1656 (1656) Wing Y139; ESTC R229124 20,070 16 View Text
A67741 The blemish of government, the shame of religion, the disgrace of mankind, or, A charge drawn up against drunkards and presented to His Highness the Lord Protector, in the name of all the Sober Party in the three nations, humbly craving that they may be kept alone by themselves from infecting others ... / by R. Younge of Roxwell in Essex. Younge, Richard. 1658 (1658) Wing Y140; ESTC R41270 20,083 18 View Text
A51986 Fair warnings to a careless world in the pious letter written by the Right Honourable James Earl of Marleburgh, a little before his death, to the Right Honourable Sir Hugh Pollard, comptroller of his Maties houshold. With the last words of CXL and upwards, of the most learned and honourable persons of England, and other parts of the world. Pollard, Hugh, Sir, 1610-1666.; Lloyd, David, 16315-1692.; Smith, Henry, f. 1665.; Marlborough, James Ley, Earl of, 1618-1665. 1665 (1665) Wing M686; ESTC R1009 20,131 51 View Text
A05169 A sermon preached before his Maiestie, on Wednesday the fift of Iuly, at White-hall At the solemne fast then held. By the Bishop of S. Davids. Wm. Laud. Laud, William, 1573-1645. 1626 (1626) STC 15303; ESTC S102878 20,162 56 View Text
A59771 The principles of holy Christian religion, or, The catechism of the Church of England paraphrazed for the use of Borwick-Hall. Sherlock, R. (Richard), 1612-1689. 1656 (1656) Wing S3246; ESTC R33882 21,051 65 View Text
A30698 The celestial race a discourse perswading to the practice of celerity, constancy, & sincerity in the ways of God : preached at the funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Knack, daughter of Mr. Thomas Knack of Edgerton in Kent, who died January 2, Anno Dom. 1692 in the eleventh year of her age / by William Bush ... Bush, William. 1692 (1692) Wing B6232; ESTC R1534 21,943 74 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
A44967 Two sermons by Geo. Hall ... Hall, George, 1612?-1668. 1641 (1641) Wing H339; ESTC R19103 23,750 56 View Text
A10078 Londons remembrancer: for the staying of the contagious sicknes of the plague by Dauids memoriall. As it vvas follovved in a sermon preached in Christs-church in London, the 22. of Ianuarie. 1626. Vpon occasion of the publique thanksgiuing, enioyned by his maiesties proclamation. By Samson Price, Doctor of Diuinitie, one of his Majesties chapleins in ordinarie. Price, Sampson, 1585 or 6-1630. 1626 (1626) STC 20332; ESTC S114330 24,161 47 View Text
A19581 Londons lamentation for her sinnes and complaint to the Lord her God. Out of which may bee pickt a prayer for priuate families, for the time of this fearefull infection. And may serue for a helpe to holinesse and humiliation for such as keepe the fast in priuate: together with a souereigne receipt against the plague. By W.C. pastor at White chappell. Crashaw, William, 1572-1626. 1625 (1625) STC 6017.5; ESTC S118685 24,200 62 View Text
B02879 The result of a dialogue concerning the middle-state of souls. Wherein is asserted, the ancient doctrine of their relief, obtainable by prayers, alms, &c. before the day of judgment. / By F.D. professor of divinity. Franciscus a Sancta Clara, 1598-1680. 1660 (1660) Wing D355A; ESTC R175909 24,202 157 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
A54873 A funeral sermon upon the sad occasion of the death of Mordecai Abbott, Esq. preach'd the 17th of March 1699-1700 by John Piggott. Piggott, John, d. 1713.; Abbott, Mordecai, d. 1700? 1700 (1700) Wing P2220A; ESTC R28440 25,005 96 View Text
A48937 Quakerism no paganism: or, A friendly reply to W.R. his unfriendly discourse intituled, Quakerism is paganism Shewing the insufficiency of what he hath written to unchristian the Quakers, and to render them as heathens and pagans to the people By W.L. a lover of peace more than of parties. Loddington, William, 1626?-1711. 1674 (1674) Wing L2805; ESTC R216893 25,726 71 View Text
A13120 The gaines of seeking God In two sermons, preached in the parish church of VVestminster: by Christopher Styles. Styles, Christopher. 1620 (1620) STC 23412; ESTC S122483 26,139 54 View Text
A10687 The countrie mans comfort. Or Religious recreations fitte for all well disposed persons. Which was printed in the yeere of our Lord 1588. And since corrected, amended, and enlarged by the same author. I.R. Rhodes, John, minister of Enborne. 1637 (1637) STC 20961; ESTC S103457 26,382 92 View Text
A09253 A sermon of the prouidence of God Preached at Paules Crosse, the 25. of October. 1607. By Iohn Pelling Bacchalaur of Diuinitie. Pelling, John, 1561 or 2-1621. 1607 (1607) STC 19567; ESTC S114107 26,712 54 View Text
A06018 An epitomie of mans misery and deliuerie In a sermon preached on the third of the Romans, vers. 23. and 24. By Mr. Paul Bayne. Baynes, Paul, d. 1617. 1619 (1619) STC 1641; ESTC S101578 26,964 49 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
A73518 The recoverie of paradise. A sermon, on the incarnation and birth of our Sauior Christ. By Michael Birkhed Birkenhead, Michael. 1602 (1602) STC 3088.5; ESTC S125282 28,795 68 View Text
A37137 The dying speeches of several excellent persons, who suffered for their zeal against popery, and arbitrary government viz. I. Mr. Stephen Colledg, at Oxford, August 31, 1681, II. The Lord Russel in Lincolns-Inn-fields, July 21, 1683, III. Col. Sidney, on Tower-Hill, December 7, 1683, IV. Col. Rumbald, Colledge, Stephen, 1635?-1681.; Russell, William, Lord, 1639-1683.; Sidney, Algernon, 1622-1683.; Rumbold, Richard, 1622?-1685.; Lisle, Alice, 1614?-1685.; Cornish, Henry, d. 1685.; Walcot, Thomas, d. 1683. 1689 (1689) Wing D2957; ESTC R3148 29,338 40 View Text
A55678 The prerogative of man: or, The immortality of humane soules asserted against the vain cavils of a late worthlesse pamphlet, entituled, Mans mortality, &c. VVhereunto is added the said pamphlet it selfe. Overton, Richard, fl. 1646. 1645 (1645) Wing P3220A; ESTC R203203 29,475 38 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
A07287 The practice of repentance. Or A sermon preached at Pauls Crosse, the fifteenth of September last passed, by Radford Mavericke, preacher of Gods word in Devon Mavericke, Radford, b. 1560 or 61. 1617 (1617) STC 17682; ESTC S105958 30,434 48 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
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
A02702 Hezekiahs recovery. Or, A sermon, shevving what use Hezekiah did, and all should make of their deliverance from sicknesse. First preached, and now published by Robert Harris, pastor of Hanwell Harris, Robert, 1581-1658. 1626 (1626) STC 12836; ESTC S120679 31,744 59 View Text
A15659 The songs of the Old Testament translated into English measures, preseruing the naturall phrase and genuine sense of the holy text: and with as little circumlocution as in most prose translations. To euery song is added a new and easie tune, and a short prologue also, deliuering the effect and vse thereof, for this profit of vnlearned readers. By George Wither. Cum priuilegio permissu superiorum. Wither, George, 1588-1667. 1621 (1621) STC 25923; ESTC S120880 31,876 85 View Text
A01346 A sermon intended for Paul's Crosse, but preached in the Church of St. Paul's, London, the III. of December, M.DC.XXV. Vpon the late decrease and withdrawing of Gods heauie visitation of the plague of pestilence from the said citie. By Tho: Fuller, Master of Arts in Pembroke-Hall in Cambridge Fuller, Thomas, Master of Arts. 1626 (1626) STC 11467; ESTC S102824 32,124 70 View Text
A70216 Prayers of intercession for their use who mourn in secret, for the publick calamities of this nation. with an anniversary prayer for the 30th of January. Very necessary and useful in private families, as well as in congregations. / By Jo. Huit, D.D. Hewit, John, 1614-1658. 1659 (1659) Wing H1636; ESTC R202447 32,791 58 View Text
A13104 A perfect pathway to felicitie conteining godly meditations and praiers, fit for all times, and necessarie to be practized of all good Christians. Stubbes, Phillip. 1592 (1592) STC 23398; ESTC S1141 32,816 248 View Text
A89685 The first epistle. A crying voice of the holy spirit of love, wherewith all people are out of meer grace, called and bidden by H.N. to the true repentance for their sins, to the entrance into the upright Christian life, and to the house of the love of Jesu Christ. Niclaes, Hendrik, 1502?-1580? 1648 (1648) Wing N1126; Thomason E1188_5; ESTC R208256 33,456 64 View Text
A14015 A sermon preached on Palme-Sunday, before King Henry the VIII by Cuthbert Tonstall ... Tunstall, Cuthbert, 1474-1559. 1633 (1633) STC 24323; ESTC S1387 33,985 52 View Text
A14014 A sermon of Cuthbert Bysshop of Duresme made vpon Palme sondaye laste past, before the maiestie of our souerayne lorde kyng Henry the. VIII. kynge of England [and] of France, defensor of the fayth, lorde of Ireland, and in erth next vnder Christ supreme heed of the Churche of Englande.; Sermon made upon Palm Sunday Tunstall, Cuthbert, 1474-1559. 1539 (1539) STC 24322A; ESTC S118679 34,494 96 View Text
A19277 A sermon of sure comfort preached at the funerall of Master Robert Keylwey Esquire, at Exton in Rutland, the 18. of Marche 1580. By Anthonie Anderson preacher, and Parson of Medburne in Leicestershiere. Anderson, Anthony, d. 1593. 1581 (1581) STC 569; ESTC S108524 34,987 88 View Text
A90701 Hierusalem bedewed with teares. A sermon preached at St. Mary Woolnoth London, upon the fast-day, Martii, 30. 1642. By John Pigott Curate of S. Sepulchers. Pigot, John. 1642 (1642) Wing P2221; Thomason E147_11; ESTC R1223 35,249 43 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
A70159 [Logos alexipharmakos] or, Hyperphysicall directions in time of plague collected out of the sole-authentick dispensatory of the chief physitian both of soule and body, and, disposed more particularly, though not without some alteration and addition, according to the method of those physicall directions printed by command of the Lords of the Counsell at Oxford 1644 and very requisite to be used with them : also, certain aphorismes, premised, and conclusions from them deduced, concerning the plague, necesiary to be knovvn and observed of all, that would either prevent it, or get it cured / by Lionell Gatford ... Gatford, Lionel, d. 1665. 1644 (1644) Wing G335; ESTC R8380 35,555 37 View Text
A09298 A treatise containing the aequity of an humble supplication which is to be exhibited vnto hir gracious Maiesty and this high Court of Parliament in the behalfe of the countrey of Wales, that some order may be taken for the preaching of the Gospell among those people Wherein also is set downe as much of the estate of our people as without offence could be made known, to the end that our case (if it please God) my be pitied by them who are not of this assembly, and so they also may bee driuen to labour on our behalfe. Penry, John, 1559-1593. 1587 (1587) STC 19611; ESTC S114395 36,469 64 View Text
A77834 Mans inbred malady, or The doctrine of original sin maintained, as also the necessity of infants baptism. / By George Burches B.D. late Rector of Wood-Church in Cheshire. Burches, George, d. 1658. 1655 (1655) Wing B5613; Thomason E1708_2; ESTC R10375 36,789 142 View Text
A09331 A weekes worke, and a worke for every weeke by R.B. Bernard, Richard, 1568-1641. 1616 (1616) STC 1964.3; ESTC S1779 36,940 190 View Text
A90350 The inseparable union between Christ and a believer, which death itself cannot sever, or, The bond that can never be broken opened in a sermon at the funeral of Mrs. Dorothy Freeborne, who was interred at Prittlewell in Essex on 24 of August, 1658 / by Thomas Peck ... Peck, Thomas. 1671 (1671) Wing P1039B; ESTC R29381 36,989 123 View Text
A09760 The sick-mans couch A sermon preached before the most noble Prince Henrie at Greenewich, March 12. Ann. 1604. By Thomas Playfere professour of Diuinitie for the Ladie Margaret in Cambridge. Playfere, Thomas, 1561?-1609. 1605 (1605) STC 20027; ESTC S105930 37,080 64 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
A66700 Planctus unigeniti et spes resuscitandi, or, The bitter sorrows for a first born sweetened with the hopes of a better resurrection with consolations, moral and divine, against the death of friends, suited to the present occasion : delivered in a funeral sermon at Felsted in Essex, May 23, 1664, at the solemn interment of ... Charles Lord Rich, the only child of ... the Earle of Warwick / by A. Walker. Walker, Anthony, d. 1692. 1664 (1664) Wing W307; ESTC R24590 38,237 75 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
A70325 Mercy in her beauty, or, The height of a deliverance from the depth of danger set forth in the first sermon preached upon that occasion / by Nath. Hardy. Hardy, Nathaniel, 1618-1670. 1653 (1653) Wing H736; ESTC R9862 38,712 41 View Text
A13570 Pauls complaint against his naturall corruption With the meanes how to bee delivered from the power of the same. Set forth in two sermons vpon the 24 verse of the 7. chapter of his epistle to the Romanes. By me William Teelinck, preacher of the word of God at Middleburgh.; Paulus klocht over zijn natuurlijke verdorvenheid. English Teellinck, Willem, 1579-1629.; Harmar, Christopher. 1621 (1621) STC 23861; ESTC S102633 39,150 75 View Text
A67779 A sovereign antidote, or, A precious mithridate for recovery of souls twice dead in sin, and buried in the grave of long custome, to the life of grace. With hopeful means (God blessing the same) to prevent that three-fold (and worse than Ægyptian) plague of the heart; drunkenness, swearing, and profaneness. Wherein is a sweet composition of severity and mercy: of indignation against sin, of compassion and commiseration to the sinner; with such Christian moderation, as may argue zeal without malice; and a desire to win souls, no will to gall them. By R. Younge of Roxwell in Essex. Younge, Richard. 1664 (1664) Wing Y191A; ESTC R218572 39,339 35 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
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
A01456 The way to heauen In a sermon deliuered at Saint Maries Spittle on Wednesday in Easter weeke the 27. of March. 1611. By Samuel Gardiner, Doctor of Diuinitie. Gardiner, Samuel, b. 1563 or 4. 1611 (1611) STC 11582; ESTC S115875 39,861 90 View Text
B11902 A spirituall purgation sent vnto al them that laboure of Luthers errour as touching the bodely presens of Christe our sauiour in the sacrament, and to al them that haue espyed the libertie of the gospel as touching theyr fleshe, yet seke not the lybertie to make free theyr spyrite from thys afore sayde errour. T. C., fl. 1548. 1548 (1548) STC 4312; ESTC S103887 40,056 162 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
A43675 Speculum beatae virginis a discourse of the due praise and honour of the Virgin Mary / by a true Catholick of the Church of England. Hickes, George, 1642-1715. 1686 (1686) Wing H1869; ESTC R10946 41,343 46 View Text
A03497 Three sermons vpon the Passion, Resurrection and Ascension of Our Sauior preached at Oxford, by Barten Holyday, now archdeacon of Oxford. Holyday, Barten, 1593-1661. 1626 (1626) STC 13619; ESTC S104172 41,348 128 View Text
A04816 The burthen of a loaden conscience: or the miserie of sinne set forth by the confession of a miserable sinner. Kilby, Richard, d. 1617. 1608 (1608) STC 14950; ESTC S100262 42,020 107 View Text
A10734 The benefite of affliction. A sermon, first preached, and afterwards enlarged, by Charles Richardson preacher at Saint Katharines neare to the Tower of London Richardson, Charles, fl. 1612-1617. 1616 (1616) STC 21013; ESTC S119812 42,110 112 View Text
A90237 Mans mortalitie: or, A treatise wherein 'tis proved, both theologically and philosophically, that whole man (as a rationall creature) is a compound wholly mortall, contrary to that common distinction of soule and body: and that the present going of the soule into heaven or hell is a meer fiction: and that at the resurrection is the beginning of our immortality, and then actual condemnation, and salvation, and not before. : With all doubts and objections answered, and resolved, both by scripture and reason; discovering the multitude of blasphemies, and absurdities that arise from the fancie of the soule. : Also divers other mysteries, as, of heaven, hell, Christs humane residence, the extent of the resurrection, the new creation, &c. opened, and presented to the tryall of better judgments. / By R.O. Overton, Richard, fl. 1646.; Writer, Clement, fl. 1627-1658. 1644 (1644) Wing O629E; ESTC R11330 42,502 47 View Text
A11610 The worthy communicant rewarded Laid forth in a sermon, on John 6.54. Preached in the Cathedrall of St. Peter in Exeter, on Low-Sunday, being the 21. of Aprill, Anno 1639. By William Sclater, Master of Arts, late Fellow of Kings Colledge in Cambridge, now chaplaine of the Right Reverend Father in God the Lord Bishop's Barony of Saint Stephens, and preacher also at S. Martin, in the same city. Sclater, William, 1575-1626. 1639 (1639) STC 21850; ESTC S100965 42,655 89 View Text
A58125 The Christian monitor containing an earnest exhortation to an holy life, with some directions in order thereto : written in a plain and easie style, for all sorts of people. Rawlet, John, 1642-1686. 1686 (1686) Wing R347A; ESTC R32275 44,028 60 View Text
A13646 A treatise of the pestilence vvherein is shewed all the causes thereof, with most assured preseruatiues against all infection: and lastly is taught the true and perfect cure of the pestilence, by most excellent and approued medicines. Composed by Thomas Thayre chirurgian, for the benefite of his countrie, but chiefly for the honorable city of London. Thayre, Thomas. 1603 (1603) STC 23929; ESTC S101271 44,224 74 View Text
A00948 Christs victorie, and triumph in Heauen, and earth, ouer, and after death Fletcher, Giles, 1588?-1623. 1610 (1610) STC 11058; ESTC S117620 44,567 108 View Text
B02147 Christendom; or, The nature of Christ's kingdom opened, and the chiefest difficulties in divinity cleared in order to ending the controversies among Christian philosophers, scool-men [sic], and divines of all parties. 1687 (1687) Wing C3933; ESTC R171319 44,677 48 View Text
A56118 Instructions to a nobleman's daughter concerning religion at first designed for one, now directed to all of that rank, and useful to young persons of quality, and others of that sex : with sacramental and other suitable devotions / by John Provoste. Provoste, John. 1700 (1700) Wing P3877; ESTC R35367 45,590 134 View Text
A42503 Sapientia justificata, or, A vindication of the fifth chapter to the Romans and therein of the glory of the divine attributes, and that in the question or case of original sin, against any way of erroneous understanding it, whether old or new : more especially, an answer to Dr. Jeremy Taylors Deus justificatus / by John Gaule ... Gaule, John, 1604?-1687. 1657 (1657) Wing G378; ESTC R5824 46,263 130 View Text
A53583 Man wholly mortal, or, A treatise wherein 'tis proved, both theologically and philosophically, that as whole man sinned, so whole man died ... with doubts and objections answered and resolved, both by Scripture and reason ... : also, divers other mysteries, as of heaven, hell, the extent of the resurrection, the new-creation, &c. opened, and presented to the trial of better judgment. / by R.O.; Mans mortallitie Overton, Richard, fl. 1646.; Overton, Robert, ca. 1609-ca. 1668. 1675 (1675) Wing O629C; Wing O640_CANCELLED; ESTC R11918 46,615 138 View Text