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A41878 Great-Britain's lamentation for her deceased princess, or, An elegy upon the death of that most illustrious Mary, Queen of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, who exchang'd this life for a better, Decemb. 28, 1694 1695 (1695) Wing G1667A; ESTC R12048 1,871 1 View Text
A42914 The godly maid of Leicester Being a true relation of Elizabeth Stretton, who lying upon her death-bed, was wonderfully delivered from the temptations of Satan: worthy the noting of all that would live and dye in the fear of God. The tune is, In summer time. 1680 (1680) Wing G935A; ESTC R213390 2,039 1 View Text
B03602 The godly maid of Leicester. Being a true relation of Elizabeth Stretton, who lying upon her death-bed, was wonderfully delivered from the temptations of Satan, worthy the noting of all that would live and die in the fear of God. Tune is, In summertime. 1675 (1675) Wing G935; ESTC R177454 2,061 1 View Text
A24822 An Account of the behaviour, dying speeches, and execution of Mr. John Murphey, for high treason, and William May, John Sparcks, William Bishop, James Lewis, and Adam Foresith for robbery, piracy and felony, at the execution-dock on Wednesday the 25th of November, 1696 1696 (1696) Wing A244; ESTC R1200 2,064 2 View Text
A25171 An Account of the execution of Brigadier Rookwood, Major Lowick, and Mr. Cranburn, at Tyburn, April 29th, 1696 1696 (1696) Wing A287; ESTC R4987 4,640 2 View Text
A46902 A true copy of the speech of Mr. Francis Johnstons, alias Dormore, alias Webb, alias Wall, a priest of the Church of Rome (who was convicted before Mr. Justice Atkins, at Worcester, last Lent-Assizes, upon an indictment on the statute of the 27 Eliz. Cap. 2) which he spake upon the ladder, immediately before his execution, on Fryday last, August 22, 1679 Wall, John, Saint, 1620-1679. 1679 (1679) Wing J775; ESTC R3893 4,768 4 View Text
A09959 A little catechisme, that is to say, a short instruction touching christian religion, set forth by Theodorus Beza Minister of the Church of God in Geneua; Petit catéchisme. English. Bèze, Théodore de, 1519-1605. 1578 (1578) STC 2022; ESTC S120273 6,658 18 View Text
A09973 A little catechisme, that is to saye, a short instruction touching Christian religion set forth by Theodorus Beza ... Bèze, Théodore de, 1519-1605. 1579 (1579) STC 2023.5; ESTC S4128 6,665 15 View Text
A15044 A remembraunce of the wel imployed life, [and] godly end, of George Gaskoigne Esquire who deceassed at Stalmford in Lincolneshire the 7. of October. 1577. The reporte of Geor. Whetstons gent. an eye witnes of his godly and charitable end in this world. Whetstone, George, 1544?-1587? 1577 (1577) STC 25346; ESTC S114937 6,774 18 View Text
A06989 The physyke of the soule wherin thou shalt finde many Godly emplastures [and] confortable salues agaynst al spiritual diseases very necessary to be red of the true christians in these last and perilous dayes. Set forth by Thomas Becon. Becon, Thomas, 1512-1567. 1549 (1549) STC 1741; ESTC S109675 7,173 26 View Text
A85547 A right use made by a stander by at the two disputations at Great All-hollowes; between Mr. Goodwin and Mr. Symson, the 14. of January and 11. of February 1649. Concerning the poynts of generall redemption, and inevitable damnation immediately from God alone. Graunt, John, of Bucklersbury. 1649 (1649) Wing G1593B; Thomason E594_2; ESTC R202254 7,459 8 View Text
A13256 The confescion of the fayth of the Sweserla[n]des Schweizerischer Evangerlischer Kirchenbund.; Wishart, George, 1513?-1546. 1548 (1548) STC 23553; ESTC S107832 7,516 30 View Text
A55996 A call in the universal spirit of Christ Jesus to all the wicked and impenitent sinners in the world, but more especially to the inhabitants of England, with the city of London, that they all may repent and turn to God, with all their hearts, before his wrath be more kindled, and his future judgements more appear to punish the inhabitants of the earth for their manifold horrible sins and transgressions : this came upon me to write, at the apprehension I had of that sudden fear which many people were suprised with, at the late earthquake, of what would befall them / [by] J.P. Parke, James, 1636-1696. 1692 (1692) Wing P366; ESTC R32315 7,878 11 View Text
A60717 A sober letter, touching predestination and obduration Sent to a minister in the city of Bristol. 1679 (1679) Wing S4411; ESTC R219110 8,859 14 View Text
A37226 The phoenix, sepulchre, & cradle in the holy death of the right honourable Isabella, Theresa, Lucy, Marchioness of Winchester / by J.D. J. D. 1691 (1691) Wing D39; ESTC R33430 9,203 23 View Text
A02298 The funeralles of King Edward the sixt VVherin are declared the causers and causes of his death. Baldwin, William, ca. 1518-1563? 1560 (1560) STC 1243; ESTC S104470 9,694 24 View Text
A37030 A contemplation of mans mortalitie. Preached at Reading, by John Dashfield, M.A. Dashfield, John. 1649 (1649) Wing D279A; ESTC R214401 10,075 24 View Text
A58423 Now or never: work out your salvation with fear and trembling; or, A serious exhortation to all poor sinners to lay hold upon Christ Jesus who is the fountain of all happiness, and who is the onely rock from whence doth spring all their comforts. Herein is also laid down several motives declaring the necessity of this work, that it ought not to be put off for to morrow; bnt [sic] that every poor sinner should strive to enter in at the strait gate now, while he hath an opportunity in his hand, lest he be snatcht away by death, and then it will be too late. The third edition, with additions. By B.R. B. R. 1663 (1663) Wing R8; ESTC R219714 10,551 27 View Text
A28288 The love of God manifested in giving our Saviour for the redemption of mankind a sermon preach'd before the Lord Mayor and Court of Aldermen on Nov. the 29th, 1696, being the first Sunday in Advent / by L. Blackburne ... Blackburne, Lancelot, 1658-1743. 1697 (1697) Wing B3067; ESTC R11620 10,822 27 View Text
A17461 Saint Marie Magdalens conuersion I. C., fl. 1603. 1603 (1603) STC 4282; ESTC S118867 10,918 28 View Text
A49406 A sermon preacht at the funeral of Mr. Thomas Lamb July 23, 1686 by Richard Lucas ... Lucas, Richard, 1648-1715. 1686 (1686) Wing L3417; ESTC R5563 11,776 31 View Text
A80850 Helpes for discovery of the truth in point of toleration: being the judgment of that eminent scholler Tho. Cartwright, sometimes Divinity-Professor in the University of Cambridge in the reigne of Queen Elizabeth of happy memory, and then a famous non-conformist, for which through the tyranny of the Bishops he suffered exile. Wherein the power and duty of the magistrate in relation to matters of religion is discussed; as also whether the judiciall lawes given by Moses to the Jewes are abrogate by the coming of Christ. More particularly in relation to some sinnes, viz. blasphemy, adultery, &c. Occasionally handled in a controversie betweene the said publike professor T.C. and Doctor Whitgift. Here also by the way is laid downe his judgment in the case of divorce, and that the party innocent may marrie again. Cartwright, Thomas, 1535-1603.; Cartwright, Thomas, 1634-1689, attributed name. 1648 (1648) Wing C700; Thomason E423_19; ESTC R204533 11,812 17 View Text
A77441 A Brief method of hearing Mass with profitable advantage to such as shall make constant use and practice of it : to which is added prayers for the king, &c. in English and Latin. 1685 (1685) Wing B4604A; ESTC R42665 12,256 47 View Text
A54161 A key opening a way to every common understanding, how to discern the difference betwixt the religion professed by the people called Quakers and the perversions, misrepresentations and calumnies of their several adversaries : published in great good will to all, but more especially for their sakes that are actually under prejudice from vulgar abuses. Penn, William, 1644-1718. 1693 (1693) Wing P1312A; ESTC R28422 12,318 37 View Text
A15047 Sir Phillip Sidney, his honorable life, his valiant death, and true vertues A perfect myrror for the followers both of Mars and Mercury, who (in the right hardie breaking vpon the enemie, by a few of the English, being for the most part gentlemen of honor and name) receiued his deathes wound, nere vnto Sutphen the 22. of September last past, dyed at Aruam the 16. of October following: and with much honor and all possible mone, was solemnely buried in Paules the 16. of February 1586. By G.W. gent. Whereunto is adioyned, one other briefe commemoration of the vniuersall lamentation, the neuer dying praise, and most sollemne funerall of the sayd right hardie and noble knight. By B.W. Esquire. Dedicated, to the right Honorable the Earle of Warwicke, by his Lordships faithfull seruant George Whetstones. Whetstone, George, 1544?-1587?; B. W. (Bernard Whetstone) aut 1587 (1587) STC 25349; ESTC S111735 12,399 21 View Text
A19502 A most comfortable and Christian dialogue, betweene the Lord, and the soule. By Mr. William Covvper, minister of Gods word Cowper, William, 1568-1619. 1617 (1617) STC 5930; ESTC S115089 12,528 72 View Text
A48848 A sermon preached at St. Martins in the Fields, on November the fifth, 1678 by William Lloyd ... Lloyd, William, 1627-1717. 1679 (1679) Wing L2709; ESTC R20333 13,102 38 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
A09675 A sermon, vpon the wordes of Paul the Apostle vnto Timothie, Epist. 1. Chap. 4. vers. 8 Preached at Litlecot, in the Chappel of the right honourable, Sir John Pompham, knight, lord chiefe justice, of England, before his honourable Lordeshippe, and to the assemblie there, the 17. of Iulie, 1597. By Charles Pinner, minister of the Church of Wotton Basset, in North-Wiltshire. Pinner, Charles. 1597 (1597) STC 19945; ESTC S114276 13,808 48 View Text
A23644 A gainful death the end of a truly Christian life a sermon at the funeral of Mr. John Griffith, late minister of the Gospel, who departed this life May 16, in the 79th year of his age / preached May the 20th, 1700 by Richard Allen. Allen, Richard. 1700 (1700) Wing A1041; ESTC R28091 13,910 48 View Text
A40732 The Fundamentals of the Protestant religion defined according to the Scripture and judgment of the most learned and orthodox divines in England. 1689 (1689) Wing F2530; ESTC R31721 14,048 33 View Text
A26800 A sermon preached upon the much lamented death of our late gracious sovereign Queen Mary to which is added The address of condolence to His Majesty by the dissenting ministers / by William Bates ... Bates, William, 1625-1699. 1695 (1695) Wing B1118; ESTC R2534 14,062 32 View Text
A06971 The teares of the beloued: or, The lamentation of Saint Iohn, concerning the death and passion of Christ Iesus our sauiour. By I.M. Markham, Gervase, 1568?-1637. 1600 (1600) STC 17395; ESTC S109860 14,592 41 View Text
A94087 A vindication of that prudent and honourable knight, Sir Henry Vane, from the lyes and calumnies of Mr. Richard Baxter, minister of Kidderminster. In a monitory letter to the said Mr. Baxter. By a true friend and servant of the Commonwealth of England, &c. Stubbe, Henry, 1632-1676. 1659 (1659) Wing S6068; Thomason E985_21; ESTC R203679 15,324 23 View Text
A04377 Directions for the vvorthy receiuing of the Lords Supper with some few questions to the same purpose. By Robert Iension, Batchelor in Diuinity, and Minister of Gods Word, at New-Castle vpon Tine. Jenison, Robert, 1584?-1652. 1624 (1624) STC 14490; ESTC S119429 15,511 55 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
A17870 A true reporte of the death & martyrdome of M. Campion Iesuite and preiste, & M. Sherwin, & M. Bryan preistes, at Tiborne the first of December 1581 Observid and written by a Catholike preist, which was present therat Wheruuto [sic] is annexid certayne verses made by sundrie persons Alfield, Thomas, 1552-1585.; Parsons, Robert, 1546-1610, attributed name.; Walpole, Henry, 1558-1595, attributed name. 1582 (1582) STC 4537; ESTC S107411 16,675 52 View Text
A68256 The soules solace, or Thirtie and one spirituall emblems Jenner, Thomas, fl. 1631-1656. 1626 (1626) STC 14494; ESTC S105988 16,880 107 View Text
A65876 The path of the just cleared, and cruelty and tyranny laid open, or, A few words to you priests, and magistrates of this nation, (who say we deny the Scriptures, and that we are antichrists and deceivers, and that we deny the Word of God) wherein your oppression and tyranny is laid open, which by you is unjustly acted against the servants of the Living God, who by the world which hate the light of Christ, are in derision called Quakers : wherein also is something declared both to judges and justices ... : also the ground and cause of the imprisonment of George Whitehead and John Harwood ... / from the spirit of the Living God in me, whose name in the flesh is George Whitehead ... ; also a paper against the sin of idleness ... Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723.; Harwood, John. To all you rulers, gentry, priests, and people. 1655 (1655) Wing W1944; ESTC R206645 17,128 27 View Text
A61998 A sermon at the funeral of the virtuous lady, and honoured, Ann, late wife of Thomas Yarburgh, Esq . Preached on Monday, the 10th day of July, 1682. By Matthew Sutcliffe. Sutcliffe, Matthew, 1637 or 8-1707. 1682 (1682) Wing S6205B; ESTC R222127 17,195 23 View Text
A03897 The descent of authoritie: or, The magistrates patent from heaven Manifested in a sermon preached at Lincolnes assizes, March 13. 1636. By Thomas Hurste Dr. of Divinity, and one of his Majesties chaplains. Hurste, Thomas, d. 1680. 1637 (1637) STC 14007; ESTC S104349 18,074 38 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
A09388 A declaration of the true manner of knowing Christ crucified Perkins, William, 1558-1602. 1596 (1596) STC 19685; ESTC S114522 18,203 44 View Text
A43113 An antidote against that poysonous and fundamental error of the Quakers denying the same numerical true and real manhood of Jesus Christ in heaven, a place remote from the earth : in two sermons preached at Hartford / by W.H. Christophilus. Haworth, William. 1676 (1676) Wing H1195; ESTC R514 18,456 23 View Text
A45553 A looking-glasse of hvmane frailty set before us in a sermon preached at the funerals of Mris. Anne Calquit, late wife of Mr. Nicholas Calquit, draper, who died on the 7. day of April 1659 and was interr'd the 19. of the said month, at the parish church of Alhallows the Less in Thames Street / by Nath. Hardy ... Hardy, Nathaniel, 1618-1670. 1654 (1654) Wing H729; ESTC R333 18,668 40 View Text
A18049 A sermon of Gods omnipotencie and prouidence Carter, Bezaleel, d. 1629. 1615 (1615) STC 4692A; ESTC S119930 18,895 50 View Text
A65568 The state of blessedness by W.W. W. W., M.A. and chaplain to a person of honour. 1681 (1681) Wing W153; ESTC R26302 19,505 32 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
A87720 The path-way to justification, plainly proving I. What it is to be justified. II. That justification is by the faith of Jesus, and not by the works of the law. III. They only are justified that believe in Christ. IV. What it is to believe into Jesus Christ. V. The difference between the law of faith and the law of works, also the difference between the work of faith, and the works of the law is plainly stated. VI. Many objections answered. Written by Thomas Killcop. Killcop, Thomas. 1660 (1660) Wing K438; Thomason E1043_11; ESTC R207954 20,014 24 View Text
A84560 An earnest exhortation to a true Ninivitish repentance. VVherein is briefly declared: 1. What true repentance is. 2. How a man should perceive it wrought in him. 3. Exhortation to a due examination of everie ones self. 4. A right penitentiall prayer. 5. The barres which hinder Christs working in the soul. 6. What true and living faith is. Also two questions resolved: 1. From whence warre doth spring. 2. By what means it ends. Together with other considerable matter fit for the times. 1642 (1642) Wing E98; Thomason E83_23; ESTC R8690 20,303 28 View Text
A51262 Clavis aurea; or, a golden key: by which hidden and mystical scriptures are opened and explained Wherein is clearly discovered and asserted, the doctrine of the salvation of all men. Also the mystery of iniquity laid open, and the doctrine of freewill fully refuted; by proving, that sin is an infirmity. By Thomas Moor. Moor, Thomas, fl. 1695-1697. 1695 (1695) Wing M2608BA; ESTC R216357 21,064 33 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
A22193 The description of heaven. Or, A diuine and comfortable discourse of the nature of the eternall heaven the habitation of God, and all the Elect. Composed in Latine, by Cunradus Aslachus. And conuerted into English, by Raph Iennings. Aslakssøn, Cort, 1564-1624.; Jennings, Ralph. 1623 (1623) STC 860; ESTC S113648 21,359 92 View Text
A77941 A declaration of the sad and great persecution and martyrdom of the people of God, called Quakers, in New--England for the worshipping of God. Wherof 22 have been banished upon pain of death. 03 have been martyred. 03 have had their right-ears cut. 01 hath been burned in the hand with the letter H. 31 persons have received 650 stripes. 01 was beat while his body was like a jelly. Several were beat with pitched ropes. Five appeals made by them to England, were denied by the rulers of Boston. One thousand forty four pounds worth of goods hath been taken from them (being poor men) for meeting together in the fear of the Lord, and for keeping the commands of Christ. One now lyeth in iron-fetters, condemned to dye. Also, some considerations, presented to the King, which is in answer to a petition and address, which was presented unto him by the general court at Boston : subscribed by J. Endicot, the chief persecutor there; thinking thereby to cover themselves from the blood of the innocent. Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. 1661 (1661) Wing B5994; Thomason E1086_4; ESTC R13926 22,607 32 View Text
A86329 The order of causes. Of [brace] Gods fore-knowledge, election, and predestination. And of mans salvation or damnation. Laid down so clearly, and proved so plainly by the scriptures, that even the meanest capacity amongst rational men may understand it, to their great satisfaction. As also, whether Christ died for all, or not for all: with the causes and effects that may follow or not follow, seriously considered, meekly controverted, and plainly proved by the scriptures of truth; to the great satisfaction of all rational people fearing God. By Henry Haggar, a servant of Christ, and of the congregations of his saints. Haggar, Henry. 1654 (1654) Wing H188; Thomason E735_20; ESTC R206976 22,700 32 View Text
A37244 A work for none but angels & men that is to be able to look into and to know ourselves, or a book shewing what the soule is, subsisting and having its operations without the body ... : of the imagination or common sense, the phantasie, sensative memory, passions, motion of life, the local motion, intellectual power of the soul ... Thomas Jenner has lineas composuit. Davies, John, Sir, 1569-1626.; Jenner, Thomas, fl. 1631-1656. 1658 (1658) Wing D410; ESTC R27853 22,709 36 View Text
A08442 Sermons of Barnardine Ochine of Sena godlie, frutefull, and uery necessarye for all true Christians translated out of Italien into Englishe Ochino, Bernardino, 1487-1564.; Bacon, Anne Cooke, Lady, 1528?-1610. 1548 (1548) STC 18764; ESTC S101443 23,048 79 View Text
A41542 A sermon on occasion of the death of the reverend and learned Mr. Stephen Lobb, who dyed June 3, 1699 by Thomas Goodwin. Goodwin, Thomas, 1650?-1716? 1700 (1700) Wing G1270A; ESTC R32448 23,607 49 View Text
A02032 The light of the world A sermon preached at Botterwike in Holland, neere Boston, in Lincolnshire. By Thomas Granger, preacher of Gods word there. Granger, Thomas, b. 1578. 1616 (1616) STC 12179; ESTC S103386 23,817 39 View Text
B07590 A winding sheet. Wrapped vp in a letter from an onely liuing brother, sent to his few suruiuing sisters. Denouncing vnto them the sad sentence of death and directing them how to bee prepard for the happie entertainment of it.. I. E.; D. W. 1626 (1626) STC 7434.4; ESTC S126067 24,155 109 View Text
A30519 A discovery of divine mysteries wherein is unfoulded secret things of the kingdom of God, being a testimony ... : all which are published for the edification of such as desire to know the truth / by a servant of truth, Edward Burroughs. Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. 1661 (1661) Wing B5999; ESTC R20971 24,161 40 View Text
A97024 A comment on the times, or, A character of the enemies of the church. Written by Thomas Wall, Mr. in arts and minister of Jesus Christ. Wall, Thomas. 1657 (1657) Wing W477; ESTC R186183 24,470 92 View Text
A36528 The proviso or condition of the promises, the strait, but the straight-way that leadeth unto happiness being the substance of two sermons preached at Wilton, March the first, 1656, upon 2 Cor. 7. 1. : now published at the request of some of the parishioners and auditors then present / by Tho. Drayton ... Drayton, Thomas, d. 1658? 1657 (1657) Wing D2148; ESTC R11014 24,534 69 View Text
A15556 A sermon no lesse frutefull then famous made in the yeare of oure lord god m.CCC.lxxxviii. In these our later dayes moost necessarye to be knowen. Neyther addynge to nor diminishynge fro. Saue the olde and rude englishe therof mended here [and] there. Wimbledon, Thomas.; Wimbeldon, R., attributed name. 1550 (1550) STC 25824; ESTC S108052 24,677 96 View Text
A47565 The life and death of that old disciple of Jesus Christ and eminent minister of the Gospel Mr. Hanserd Knollys who dyed in the ninety third year of his age written with his own hand to the year 1672 ; and continued in general in an epistle by Mr. William Kiffin. Knollys, Hanserd, 1599?-1691.; Kiffin, William, 1616-1701. 1692 (1692) Wing K715; ESTC R25128 24,815 65 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
A04495 The mothers legacie, to her vnborne childe. By Elizabeth Iocelin; Mothers legacie to her unborne childe Jocelin, Elizabeth, 1596-1622.; Goad, Thomas, 1576-1638. aut 1624 (1624) STC 14624.5; ESTC S105581 25,697 155 View Text
A13861 An aunsuuere made by Bar. Traheron to a priuie papiste vvhich crepte in to the English congregation of Christian exiles vndre the visor of a fauorer of the Gospel, but at lenghth bewraied himselfe to be one of the popes asses, thorough his slouche eares and than became a laughing stocke to al the companie, whom he had amased before with his maske : hereunto is added the subscription of the cheifest of the companie first, and afterward the subscriptio[n] of M. Ro. Watson ... Traheron, Bartholomew, 1510?-1558? 1558 (1558) STC 24167.7; ESTC S2369 25,888 69 View Text
A48315 A monitor of mortality, the second sermon Occasioned by the death of Mrs. Harpur, a grave and godly matron (wife to Mr. Henry Harpur of the city of Chester) and of the death of their religious daughter Phœbe Harpur, a child of about 12. yeares of age. By Iohn Ley minister of Great Budworth in Cheshiere.; Monitor of mortalitie. Ley, John, 1583-1662. 1643 (1643) Wing L1884A; ESTC R216672 26,028 38 View Text
A58147 Work & reward, or, The testimonial of a believer for his entrance into glory, examined and approved in a sermon at the interment of the vertuous lady, Margaret St. John, wife to ... Sir Alexander St. John, Septem. the 3. 1656 / by Francis Raworth ... Raworth, Francis, d. 1665. 1656 (1656) Wing R374; ESTC R21375 26,633 69 View Text
A47416 A sermon on the 30th of January, being the day on which that sacred martyr, King Charles the First, was murdered by John King, D.D. ... King, John, D.D. 1661 (1661) Wing K509; ESTC R22466 26,669 96 View Text
A77386 A Brief account of the behaviour, &c. Axtel, Daniel, d. 1660.; Carew, John, d. 1660.; Cook, John, d. 1660.; Hacker, Francis, d. 1660.; Harrison, Thomas, 1609-1660.; Jones, John, d. 1660.; Peters, Hugh, 1598-1660.; Scott, Thomas, d. 1660.; Scrope, Adrian, d. 1660. 1660 (1660) Wing B4503A; ESTC R42468 26,747 41 View Text
A03759 A short exposition of the 20. and 21. verses of the third chapter of the first epistle of S. Iohn Containing a very profitable discourse of conscience, and of al the actions, sortes, and kinds thereof, wherby euery man may easily know his estate, wherein hee standeth in the sight of his God, and whether his conscience be good or euill, with all things also belonging either to get a good conscience, or else to releiue it out of trouble, being grieued and wounded, as in the epistle to the reader is more specially mentioned, and in the discourse itselfe clearely expressed. Howesoun, John. 1600 (1600) STC 13878; ESTC S116556 26,751 68 View Text
A94101 The subjects sorrow: or, Lamentations upon the death of Britains Josiah, King Charles most unjustly and cruelly put to death by His own people, before His Royal Palace White-Hall, Jan. the 30. 1648. Expressed in a sermon upon Lam. 4. 20. Wherein the divine and royal prerogatives, personall vertues, and theologicall graces of His late Majesty are briefly delivered: and that His Majesty was taken away in Gods mercy unto Himselfe, and for the certain punishment of these Kingdoms, from the parallel is clearly proved. Brown, Robert, fl. 1668, attributed name.; Juxon, William, 1582-1663, attributed name. 1649 (1649) Wing S6106B; ESTC R206110 26,786 95 View Text
A15713 The christians mourning garment Worship, William. 1603 (1603) STC 25987; ESTC S113276 27,165 63 View Text
A30562 A visitation & vvarning proclamed and an alarm sounded in the popes borders ... being the account of a journey to Dunkirk, and the proceedings there among the Jesuites, and friars and papists, with some particular quæries, and also some propositions sent unto them : which may be satisfaction to many who may behold the difference in part between th papists and the people of God, and between the idolaters and the true worshippers / by one that travells in the labour of the Gospel of Christ for the elect seeds sake, Edw. Burrough. Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. 1659 (1659) Wing B6055; ESTC R36306 27,470 36 View Text
A60385 Ergon pseudous kai misthos alētheias, or, The wicked mans sad disappointment and the righteous mans sure recompence being a sermon preached the 17th day of October, 1661, at the solemn funerals of the Right Worshipful Sir Abraham Raynardson, Knight, late alderman of London / by George Smalwood. Smalwood, George, 1604-1679. 1661 (1661) Wing S4006; ESTC R10143 27,597 40 View Text
A17157 A comfortable regiment, and a very wholsome order against the moste perilous pleurisi whereof many doe daily die within this citee of London, and other places: and what the cause is of the same, doen by William Bulleyn, December. 8. Anno salutis 1562. Bullein, William, d. 1576. 1562 (1562) STC 4035; ESTC S118844 27,662 76 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
A67785 An invitation of love, to all who hunger and thirst after righteousness, to come and take of the water of life freely without money and without price with a word of advice to such as are asking the way to Sion (and are weeping) with their faces thither-ward : together with a faithful warning to the inhabitants of Babylon, to come out of her, lest (partaking of her sins) ye also come to partake of her plagues / by Isabel Yeamans. Yeamans, Isabel. 1679 (1679) Wing Y20; ESTC R15491 29,019 52 View Text
A89845 A publike discovery, of the open blindness of Babels builders, and their confused language, who have been building without, till they deny faith, knowledge and the Gospel light within, the law of the new covenant, and matter of the new creature. Plainly laid open in an answer to a book intituled A publike discovery of a secret deceipt, subscribed John Deacon, in behalf of some who pretend a call to the ministry. Wherein their first queries their replyes; their answers to my queries, and their last queries is answered, and their whole work laid open, and the end thereof with queries sent back, by them to be answered, that their boasting spirit may be farther revealed, & its blindness. Here is also some of their confusions taken out of the heap, and set by themselves to be seen, how they will stand in the eye of truth, where but the least measure of God is known. / By an enemy to deceit, but a friend to the creation, called James Naylor. Naylor, James, 1617?-1660. 1656 (1656) Wing N305; Thomason E870_2; ESTC R204793 29,385 50 View Text
A20734 A funerall sermon preached at Watton in Hertfordshire, at the buriall of the ancient and worthy knight, Sir Philip Boteler, Decemb. 9. 1606 Downame, George, d. 1634. 1607 (1607) STC 7116; ESTC S110134 29,412 80 View Text
A19265 A godlie sermon, preached on Newe yeeres day last before Sir William Fitzwilliam knight, late lord deputie of Irelande, Sir Iames Harrington knight, their ladyes and children, vvith many others, at Burghley in Rutlande. By the minister of God Anthony Anderson. Hereto is added a very profitable forme of prayer, good for all such as passe the seas: by the same author framed, and vsed in his aduentured iourney. Anderson, Anthony, d. 1593. 1576 (1576) STC 568; ESTC S108500 29,532 74 View Text
A49553 Mr. Langhorn's memoires, with some meditations and devotions of his, during his imprisonment as also his petition to His Majesty, and his speech at his execution. Langhorne, Richard, 1654-1679. 1679 (1679) Wing L397; ESTC R5132 29,740 24 View Text
A65201 The mysteries of Mount Calvary opened and improved In a dialogue betwixt Christ and the soul. By J.V. rector of Woodston, in the county of Huntington. J. V., rector of Woodston, in the county of Huntington. 1686 (1686) Wing V9; ESTC R222549 30,349 74 View Text
A57310 A standard of righteousness lifted up unto the nations, and an ensigne of grace unto the people, but the flagge of defiance against Antichrist, and all his messengers and ministers, who are under his power and pleading for it, for terme of life all of which are held forth in a plain answer unto Leonard Letchford's quaery concerning perfection and keeping of Gods law and Commandments, which may serve the universal good, and satisfaction of all people who are yet unsatisfied in these weighty matters in this book inserted : with a testimony concerning the natural man who cannot keep the law nor commands of God ... / given forth this 13th day of the 8th moneth, 1663, by a follower of the Lamb thorow [sic] many tribulations, whose name is Ambrose Rigge. Rigge, Ambrose, 1635?-1705. 1663 (1663) Wing R1492; ESTC R6133 30,605 38 View Text
B36556 The spouse raised from under the apple-tree, or, The way by which children of wrath come to be made the children of grace opening the doctrine of our redemption by the Lord Jesus Christ, both in respect to the purchase and application / by John Collings ... Collinges, John, 1623-1690. 1650 (1650) 31,472 83 View Text
A11350 The English mans doctor. Or the schoole of Salerne Or [ph]ysicall obserua[ti]ons for the perfect preseruing of the bodie of man in continuall health. [Wh]ereunto [is] adioyned precepts for the pr[e]seruation of health. Written by [Hen]ricus Ronsouius for [the p]riuate vse of his sons. And now published for all those that desire to [preser]ue their bodies in [perfect] health.; Regimen sanitatus Salernitatum. English Johannes, de Mediolano.; Harington, John, Sir, 1560-1612.; Hobbes, Stephen, attributed name.; S. H.; Rantzau, Henrik, 1526-1598. De conservanda valetudine liber. English.; Ronsovius, Henricus. 1617 (1617) STC 21608; ESTC S113433 31,784 97 View Text
A54425 Beames of eternal brightness, or, Branches of everlasting blessings springing forth of the stock of salvation, to be spread over India and all nations of the earth, to the uniting all mankind as one single and simple body of everlasting love and peace in the original glory and creator of all things / written by a member of truth, John, who is called a Quaker. J. P. (John Perrot), d. 1671? 1661 (1661) Wing P1613; ESTC R2898 32,075 40 View Text
A15877 The rekenynge and declaracion of the fayth and belefe of huldrike zwyngly byshoppe of ziiryk the chefe town of Heluitia, sent to Charles .v. that nowe is Emproure of Rome: holdynge a parlement or counsayll at Ausbrough with the chefe lordes and lerned men of Germanye, the yere of our Lorde in the moneth of July.; Ad Carolum Romanorum imperatorem Germaniae comitia Augustae celebrantem, fidei Huldrychi Zuinglij ratio. English Zwingli, Ulrich, 1484-1531.; Joye, George, d. 1553.; Holy Roman Empire. Reichstag (1530 : Augsburg, Germany) 1548 (1548) STC 26139; ESTC S105862 32,224 70 View Text
A60346 A funeral sermon. Delivered upon occasion of the death of that worthy gentleman John Marsh, Esq; who lived at Garston-Hall in Watford Parish in the county of Hartford; and died in the Lord, and was buried Septemb. 16, 1681. By Samuel Slater, late minister of the Gospel at Edmunds-Bury in Suffolk. Slater, Samuel, d. 1704. 1682 (1682) Wing S3964; ESTC R222772 32,362 44 View Text
A62423 The life of Mother Shipton a new comedy as it was acted nineteen dayes together with great applause / written by T.T. T. T. (Thomas Thomson), fl. 1668. 1670 (1670) Wing T1009; ESTC R2655 32,589 62 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
A02352 Ignis fatuus. Or, The elf-fire of purgatorie Wherein Bellarmine is confuted by arguments both out of the Old and New Testament, and by his owne proofes out of Scriptures and Fathers. Also an annexe to this treatise of purgatorie, concerning the distinction of sinne in mortall and veniall. By M. William Guild, Minister at King-Edvvard. Guild, William, 1586-1657. 1625 (1625) STC 12481; ESTC S118973 32,841 72 View Text
A00049 Thrifts equipage Viz. fiue diuine and morall meditations, of 1. Frugalitie. 2. Prouidence. 3. Diligence. 4. Labour and care. 5. Death. Aylett, Robert, 1583-1655? 1622 (1622) STC 1004; ESTC S118663 33,126 66 View Text
A20412 Milke for babes The English catechisme, set downe in the Common-Prayer Booke, breifly explaned for the private vse of the younger and more vnlearned sort of his parishioners of Apleton, in the county of Berks: By W.D. Dickinson, William, b. 1584 or 5. 1628 (1628) STC 6822; ESTC S118600 33,759 48 View Text
A63959 The Dying speeches, letters and prayers &c. of those eminent Protestants who suffered in the west of England (and elsewhere) under the cruel sentence of the late Lord Chancellour, then Lord Chief Justice Jefferys : with an account of their undaunted courage at the barr, and afterwards : with the most remarkable circumstances that attended their execution : never before published. 1689 (1689) Wing T3372A; Wing D2956_CANCELLED; ESTC R42261 33,759 40 View Text
A62464 A funeral sermon upon the much lamented death of Col. Edward Cook who died in London upon January the 29th. and was buried in the chapple at Highnam near Gloucester, on February the 2d. 1683/4. By Edmond Thorne Master of Arts, and Fellow of Oriel College in Oxford. Thorne, Edmund. 1684 (1684) Wing T1057AA; ESTC R222218 33,919 39 View Text
A09753 A most excellent and heauenly sermon vpon the 23. chapter of the Gospell by Saint Luke. The text. Luke 23.28. Weepe not for me, but weepe for your selues.; Meane in mourning. Playfere, Thomas, 1561?-1609. 1595 (1595) STC 20014; ESTC S103557 34,265 112 View Text