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A08185 Monodia or Walthams complaint vpon the death of that most vertuous and noble ladie, late deceased, the Lady Honor Hay, sole daughter and heire to the Right Honorable Edward, Lord Dennie, Baron of Waltham, and wife to the Right Honourable Iames Lord Hay. By R.N. Oxon. Niccols, Richard, 1584-1616. 1615 (1615) STC 18523; ESTC S110161 9,043 30 View Text
A43990 An historical narration concerning heresie and the punishment thereof by Thomas Hobbes. Hobbes, Thomas, 1588-1679. 1680 (1680) Wing H2238; ESTC R30774 11,947 20 View Text
A41868 Great and weighty considerations relating to the D[uke of York] or successor of the crown humbly offer'd to the Kings Most Excellent Majesty and both Houses of Parliament / by a true patriot. True patriot.; Hunt, Thomas, 1627?-1688. 1679 (1679) Wing G1660; ESTC R5871 12,981 12 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
A46828 The magistrate's duty in a sermon, preached at Saint Crux in the city of York, on Sunday, August the 16th, immediatly after the reception of the charter, and the swearing of the Lord Mayor and Alderman / by Chr. Jackson ... Jackson, Christopher, 1638-1701. 1685 (1685) Wing J68; ESTC R22682 14,480 34 View Text
A65741 Thysia 'aineseōs, or A thank-offering to the Lord for the happy recal of our dread soveraign Charles, by the grace of God, King of England, Scotland, France, and Ireland, defender of the faith, &c. to his kingdoms and people. God save King Charles the II. White, Henry, 1593 or 4-1661. 1660 (1660) Wing W1771A; ESTC R219453 15,508 23 View Text
A45206 The dreadfulness of the plague. Or A sermon preached in the parish-church of St. John the Evangelist, December 6th. being a day of public fasting. By Jos. Hunter M.A. and minister in York Hunter, Josiah, minister in York. 1666 (1666) Wing H3766; ESTC R219103 15,661 32 View Text
A29106 A sermon preach'd before the Right Honourable Lord-Mayor, the Aldermen, and citizens of London, at St. Mary Le Bow, on Thursday, November 5, 1696 by Samuel Bradford ... Bradford, Samuel, 1652-1731. 1697 (1697) Wing B4119; ESTC R19690 16,720 34 View Text
A62021 Signa coeli: the signs of heaven, or, A sermon on a text in the tenth chapter of the prophecy of the prophet Jeremiah, at the second verse preached on ... the nine and twentieth day of March ... 1652 ... by John Swan ... Swan, John, d. 1671. 1652 (1652) Wing S6237; ESTC R33890 16,877 30 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
A25201 A sermon preached at the assizes held at Leicester for that county on the twenty third day of March, 1681/2 by Nathaniel Alsop. Alsop, Nathaniel. 1682 (1682) Wing A2904; ESTC R23629 20,188 36 View Text
A44637 The true interest of a nation, or, The duty of magistrates, ministers, and people, in order to the further settlement and prosperity of these kingdoms a sermon preached at the assizes held at Bvckingham, Jvly the 5th, 1692 / by John Howard ... Howard, John, 1647-1729? 1693 (1693) Wing H2984; ESTC R8164 20,700 33 View Text
A06529 The massacre of money T. A.; Achelley, Thomas.; Aylworth, Thomas.; Andrewe, Thomas. 1602 (1602) STC 17.3; ESTC S100462 21,329 48 View Text
A16642 The poore mans ieuuel, that is to say, A treatise of the pestilence unto the which is annexed a declaration of the vertues of the hearbs Carduus Benedictus, and angelica, which are very medicinabl[e], both against the plague, and also against many other diseases / gathered out of the bookes of diuers learned physitians. Brasbridge, Thomas, fl. 1590. 1578 (1578) STC 3549; ESTC S229 22,042 66 View Text
A03693 A caueat to preuent future iudgements: or, An admonition to all England more specially, to London and other places where the death of plague hath lately beene. By Robert Horn Minister of the Word. Horne, Robert, 1565-1640. 1626 (1626) STC 13820; ESTC S116563 23,180 39 View Text
A63155 The Trial and condemnation of the two false witnesses unto the late Midnight-cry published by Mr. Mason, the author of that great present assembly in Buckinghamshire who are met together under a deluding expectation of Christ's coming to judgment on Whitsunday approaching : shewing of what dangerous consequence this may prove to the present government ... 1694 (1694) Wing T2156; ESTC R37897 23,791 34 View Text
A02837 The equall vvayes of God tending to the rectifying of the crooked wayes of man. The passages whereof are briefly and clearly drawne from the sacred Scriptures. By T.H. Hayne, Thomas, 1582-1645. 1632 (1632) STC 12976; ESTC S103940 24,541 49 View Text
A26776 An answer to (vindicate the cause of the nick-named Quakers of such scandalls and untruths as is falsly cast upon them in a lying pamphlet, otherwise called) A discourse concerning the Quakers set out by T.L., or, as I understand the signification of the letters, Tho.? Ledger / by Geo. Baiteman. Baiteman, George. 1653 (1653) Wing B1094; ESTC R4254 26,089 36 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
A27543 The present interest of England stated by a lover of his king and countrey. Bethel, Slingsby, 1617-1697. 1671 (1671) Wing B2072; ESTC R5304 27,311 42 View Text
A92179 Astrologia accusata pariter & condemnata. Or The diabolical art of judicial astrologie, receiving the definitive sentence of final condemnation: being delivered in this following discourse, where the said art is briefly and manifestly opened, justly arraigned, diligently examined, and experimentally condemned by him, who was a student in the same. / By John Raunce, sometime a practitioner of astrologie, and student in the magick art. Raunce, John, 17th cent. 1650 (1650) Wing R317; Thomason E618_11; ESTC R206349 30,300 42 View Text
A30672 Not fear, but love a sermon preached before the governors of the Charity for Relief of Poor Widows and Orphans of Clergy-men, at St. Mary le Bow, on the 7th day of Decemb., 1682 / by Ar. Bury ... Bury, Arthur, 1624-1713. 1683 (1683) Wing B6203; ESTC R37172 30,572 54 View Text
A12696 The Christians map of the world drawne at the solmne funerals of M. Henry Chitting Esquire, Chester-Herauld at Armes, interred Ianuary 11, Anno Domini 1637. By Edward Sparke Master in Arts, and preacher at St. Mary Islington. Sparke, Edward, d. 1692. 1637 (1637) STC 23015; ESTC S101711 31,652 60 View Text
A29125 A compendious answer to a book called A brief survay of the judgement of Mr. John Goodvvin, and the Church of God walking with him, touching their reasons of dissenting from many of their brethren, in these imprtant heads of doctrine; 1. Election and reprobation. 2. The death of Christ. 3. The grace of God in and about conversion. 4. The liberty or power of the will, or of the creature man. 5. The perseverance of the saints. VVherein the absurdities of all their dissenting doctrines are clearly exhibited, by a loving friend to the truth it self, Ellis Bradshaw. Bradshaw, Ellis. 1652 (1652) Wing B4139A; ESTC R212996 33,087 46 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
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
A85995 Animal cornutum, or The horn'd beast: wherein is contained, 1 a brief method of the grounds of astrology, 2 a description of each planet and sign, 3 the way to erect a figure of heaven, 4 a narrative of what visible eclipses (both of sun and moon) will appear in our horizon, for these 15 years yet to come, with the month, day, and hour when they happen. Whereunto is annexed, an examination of a spurious pamphlet (intituled, Astrology proved to be the doctrine of dæmons) laying open the antagonist's malice, and folly; with a refutation of his errors, by an astrological example, in figure, and judgement. / Composed for the benefit of all those that are desirous to exercise themselves herein, by J. Gadbury, a lover of the celestial sciences. Gadbury, John, 1627-1704. 1654 (1654) Wing G74; Thomason E1495_2; ESTC R208533 36,911 86 View Text
A13405 Selfe-satisfaction occasionally taught the citizens in the lecture as St. Magnes neere London-bridge. By Francis Tayler, M. of A. and pastour of Clapham. Taylor, Francis, 1590-1656. 1633 (1633) STC 23717; ESTC S107523 37,254 60 View Text
A94139 The soveraignes desire peace: the subjectes dutie obedience. By Thomas Swadlin. Swadlin, Thomas, 1600-1670. 1643 (1643) Wing S6227; Thomason E88_22; ESTC R209873 38,143 43 View Text
A96430 A treatise tending to shew that the just and holy God, may have a hand in the unjust actions of sinfull men: and that in such a way as shall be without any impeachment of his justnesse and holinesse, or diminution of his power and providence. By Thomas Whitfield minister of the Gospel. Whitfield, Thomas, Minister of the Gospel. 1653 (1653) Wing W2011; Thomason E684_34; ESTC R207076 39,661 51 View Text
A96426 The extent of divine providence: or, A treatise tending to shew that the just and holy God, may have a hand in the unjust actions of sinfull men: and that in such a way as shall be without any impeachment of his justnesse and holinesse, or diminution of his power and providence. / By Thomas Whitfield minister of the Gospel. Whitfield, Thomas, Minister of the Gospel. 1651 (1651) Wing W2007; Thomason E628_10; ESTC R204032 39,726 51 View Text
A55395 A seasonable apology for religion being the subject of two sermons lately delivered in an auditory in London / by Matthew Pool, minister of the Gospel in London. Poole, Matthew, 1624-1679. 1673 (1673) Wing P2852; ESTC R36683 40,512 78 View Text
A81734 The Quakers folly made manifest to all men: or a true relation of what passed in three disputations at Sandwich, April, 12, 13, 19, 1659. between three Quakers, and a minister, viz. Mr. Samuel Fisher, George Whithead, Richard Hubberthorn, and Thomas Danson wherein many popish tenents were by them maintained, and by him refuted. Occasioned by an imperfect and (in many things) false relation of the said disputations, published by R. Hubberthorn, one of the three Quakers, which said relation is also censur'd and amended. Together with a brief narrative of some remarkable passages. / By Tho. Danson, late fellow of Magd. Coll. Oxon, and now minister of the Gospel at Sandwich in Kent. Danson, Thomas, d. 1694. 1659 (1659) Wing D215; Thomason E2255_3; ESTC R34492 40,882 71 View Text
A96627 The vvay to life and death. Laid down in a sermon, 1629. before the Lord Major of London then being. / By N. Waker M.A. late minister of Jesus Christ at Lawndon in Buckinghamshire. Now published for the reasonableness of the advice therein given, touching the five controverted points, viz. predestination, general redemption, freewill, conversion, and perseverance of the siants. Directing a safe way for the practice of private Christians, as confessed by the disputants on both sides. Waker, Nathaniel.; Waker, John. 1655 (1655) Wing W281; Thomason E1639_1; ESTC R209056 41,542 102 View Text
A11334 Opiologia: or, A treatise concerning the nature, properties, true preparation and safe vse and administration of opium For the comfort and ease of all such persons as are inwardly afflicted with any extreame griefe, or languishing paine, especially such as depriue the body of all naturall rest, and can be cured by no other meanes or medicine whatsoeuer. Dedicated to the illustrious, high and mighty lords, the estates generall of the vnited prouinces in the Netherlands. By Angelus Sala Vincentinus Venitus. And done into English, and something inlarged by Tho. Bretnor. M. M. Sala, Angelus, 1576-1637.; Bretnor, Thomas, fl. 1607-1618, tr., ed. 1618 (1618) STC 21594; ESTC S101645 41,817 118 View Text
A39896 An essay of original righteousness and conveyed sin wherein the question is sightly stated, the latent venome of some of Dr. Jeremiah Tayler's heretical assertions detected, and accurately impugn'd. By [J.] Ford gentlemen. Ford, John, Mayor of Bath. 1657 (1657) Wing F1464; ESTC R222666 41,888 180 View Text
A64668 VVits fancies, or, Choice observations and essayes collected out of divine, political, philosophical, military and historical authors / by John Ufflet ... Ufflet, John, b. 1603. 1659 (1659) Wing U20; ESTC R8998 43,009 138 View Text
A52204 The middle way of predetermination asserted. Between the Dominicans and Jesuites, Calvinists and Arminians, or, A scriptural enquiry into the influence and causation of God in and unto humane actions; expecially such as are sinfull. Humfrey, John, 1621-1719.; Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691.; W. M. 1679 (1679) Wing H3692A; Wing M95B; ESTC R10732 43,527 48 View Text
A88157 An answer to nine arguments. Written by T. B. Wherein is plainly from the scriptures shewed, the weaknesse of his arguments, whereby he undertakes to prove both the Church and Ministry of England true; as likewise describing the nature and properties of a true Church and Ministry. Written long since by that faithfull servant of God and his countrey, John Lilburne Lieftenant [sic] Collonell: and now published for further good, by a well-willer to him and the truth. Lilburne, John, 1614?-1657. 1645 (1645) Wing L2081; Thomason E25_7; ESTC R212845 46,842 48 View Text
A14604 The appollogie of the illustrious Prince Ernestus, Earle of Mansfield, &c. Wherein from his first entertainment, are layd open the occasions of his warres in Bohemia, Austria, and the Palatinate, with his faithfull seruice to the King of Bohemia. Translated out of the originall French coppie.; Apologie pour le tres-illustre seigneur, Ernéste conte de Mansfeld. English S. W., fl. 1622. 1622 (1622) STC 24915; ESTC S119323 47,601 78 View Text
A40078 A discourse of the great disingenuity & unreasonableness of repining at afflicting providences and of the influence which they ought to have upon us, on Job 2, 10, publish'd upon occasion of the death of our gracious sovereign Queen Mary of most blessed memory : with a preface containing some observations, touching her excellent endowments, and exemplary life. Fowler, Edward, 1632-1714. 1695 (1695) Wing F1703; ESTC R7038 47,822 152 View Text
A05403 The ordering of bees: or, The true history of managing them from time to time, with their hony and waxe, shewing their nature and breed As also what trees, plants, and hearbs are good for them, and namely what are hurtfull: together with the extraordinary profit arising from them. Set forth in a dialogue, resolving all doubts whatsoever. By the late unparalell'd experience of Iohn Levett, Gent. Levett, John. 1634 (1634) STC 15555; ESTC S108514 50,655 92 View Text
A58177 A persuasive to a holy life, from the happiness that attends it both in this world and in the world to come by John Ray ... Ray, John, 1627-1705. 1700 (1700) Wing R401; ESTC R13690 51,693 134 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
A02139 Meditations and disquisitions, upon the seven psalmes of David, commonly called the penitentiall Psalmes Namely, The 6. The 32. The 38. The 51. The 102. The 130. The 143. By Sir Richard Baker knight.; Meditations and disquisitions upon the seven penitentiall psalmes Baker, Richard, Sir, 1568-1645. 1640 (1640) STC 1228; ESTC S113582 52,410 110 View Text
A56839 The shepheards oracles delivered in certain eglogues. By Fra: Quarles. Quarles, Francis, 1592-1644.; Quarles, Francis, 1592-1644. Shepheards oracle. aut 1645 (1645) Wing Q115A; ESTC R200445 54,381 150 View Text
A10957 The English creede consenting vvith the true, auncient, catholique, and apostolique Church in al points, and articles of religion, which euerie Christian is to know and beleeue that would be saued. The second part, in most loyal manner to the glorie of God, credit of our Church, and displaieng of al hæresies, and errors, both olde and newe, contrarie to the faith, subscribed vnto by Thomas Rogers. Allowed by auctoritie.; English creede. Part 2 Rogers, Thomas, d. 1616. 1587 (1587) STC 21227; ESTC S116387 55,407 97 View Text
A04821 Hallelu-iah: praise yee the Lord, for the vnburthening of a loaden conscience By his grace is Iesus Christ vouchsafed vnto the worst sinner of all the whole world. Kilby, Richard, d. 1617. 1618 (1618) STC 14955; ESTC S106533 55,442 148 View Text
A74986 An antidote against heresy: or a preservative for Protestants against the poyson of Papists, Anabaptists, Arrians, Arminians, &c. and their pestilent errours. Shewing the authors of those errours, their grounds and reasons, the time when and occasion how they did arise; with general answers to their arguments taken out of holy scripture and the ancient fathers. Written to stay the wandering and stablish the weak in these dangerous times of Apostasy. / By Richard Allen, M.A. sometime Fellow of Penbrooke [sic] Colledge in Oxford. Allen, Richard, b. 1604 or 5. 1648 (1648) Wing A1045A; Thomason E1168_2; ESTC R208803 57,457 159 View Text
A72861 Nevves from Malta written by a gentleman of that iland, to a friend of his in Fraunce. Shewing the desperate assault and surprising of two castles of the Turkes, by the Italians forces, vpon the eight day of September last past. Translated according to the Italian copie. 1603 (1603) STC 17215; ESTC S125021 60,109 89 View Text
A50771 Religio stoici Mackenzie, George, Sir, 1636-1691. 1663 (1663) Wing M195; ESTC R22472 60,332 192 View Text
A13763 Newes from the north. Otherwise called The conference betvveen Simon Certain, and Pierce Plowman, faithfully collected and gathered by T.F. student T. F., student. 1579 (1579) STC 24062; ESTC S118412 60,813 88 View Text
A27487 The anatomie of the service book, dedicated to the high court of Parliament wherein is remonstrated the unlawfulnesse of it, and that by five severall arguments, namely [brace] from the name of it, the rise, the matter, the manner, and, the evill effects of it : whereunto are added some motives, by all which we clearly evince the necessitie of the removeall of it : lastly, we have answered such objections as are commonly made in behalfe of it / by Dwalphintramis. Dwalphintramis.; Bernard, John.; Bernard, Richard, 1568-1641. 1641 (1641) Wing B1997; ESTC S100014 61,280 81 View Text
A68062 A brief fourme of confession instructing all Christian folke how to confesse their sinnes, [and] so to dispose themselues, that they may enioy the benefite of true pena[n]ce, dooing the woorthy frutes therof, according to th'vse of Christes Catholique Church. Newly translated into English, and set foorth together with certaine other godly brief treatises and praiers, as is to be seene in the side folowing. More, Thomas, Sir, Saint, 1478-1535. aut; Vives, Juan Luis, 1492-1540. aut; Fowler, John, 1537-1579.; Vaux, Laurence, 1519-1585, attributed name. 1576 (1576) STC 11181; ESTC S121597 62,758 242 View Text
A47174 A serious appeal to all the more sober, impartial & judicious people in New-England to whose hands this may come ... together with a vindication of our Christian faith ... / by George Keith. Keith, George, 1639?-1716. 1692 (1692) Wing K205; ESTC R33000 63,270 72 View Text
A43010 The art of curing diseases by expectation with remarks on a supposed great case of apoplectick fits : also most useful observations on coughs, consumptions, stone, dropsies, fevers, and small pox : with a confutation of dispensatories, and other various discourses in physick / by Gideon Harvey ... Harvey, Gideon, 1640?-1700? 1689 (1689) Wing H1056; ESTC R15429 64,822 230 View Text
A23803 The whole duty of mourning and the great concern of preparing our selves for death, practically considered / written some years since by the author of The whole duty of man, and now published upon the sad occasion of the death of our Most Gracious Sovereign Lady Mary the II, Queen of England, &c. of blessed memory. Allestree, Richard, 1619-1681. 1695 (1695) Wing A1194; ESTC R33068 65,567 192 View Text
A70223 The history of Whiggism, or, The Whiggish-plots, principles, and practices (mining and countermining the Tory-plots and principles) in the reign of King Charles the First, during the conduct of affaires, under the influence of the three great minions and favourites : Buckingham, Laud, and Strafford, and the sad forre-runners and prologues to that fatal-year (to England and Ireland) 41 : wherein (as in a mirrour) is shown the face of the late (we do not say the present) times. Hickeringill, Edmund, 1631-1708. 1682 (1682) Wing H1809; Wing H1825C; ESTC R12704 66,369 53 View Text
A51787 The immortality of the soul asserted, and practically improved shewing by Scripture, reason, and the testimony of the ancient philosophers, that the soul of man is capable of subsisting and acting in a state of separation from the body, and how much it concerns us all to prepare for that state : with some reflections on a pretended refutation of Mr. Bently's sermon / by Timothy Manlove. Manlove, Timothy, d. 1699. 1697 (1697) Wing M454; ESTC R6833 70,709 184 View Text
A57460 Divine meditations and contemplations upon severall heads of divinity by G.R. compiled for his owne private use, and published for the common good. G. R. 1641 (1641) Wing R17; ESTC R25600 72,461 276 View Text
A27412 A disswasive from error much increased a perswasive to order much decayed / by Joseph Bentham. Bentham, Joseph, 1594?-1671. 1669 (1669) Wing B1909; ESTC R25276 73,061 94 View Text
A88292 The vvorld's catastrophe, or Europes many mutations untill, 1666. The fate of Englands monarchy untill its subversion. Government of the vvorld under God by the seven planetary angels; their names, times of government. An exact type of the three suns seen in Cheshire and Shropshire, 3 April 1647. Their signification and portent, astrologically handled. / By VVilliam Lilly student in Astrologie: who is, amicus patria, & veritas amator. To which is added, A whip for Wharton. Lilly, William, 1602-1681.; Merlin Ambrosius.; Trithemius, Johannes, 1462-1516. 1647 (1647) Wing L2252; Thomason E387_1; ESTC R201490 73,237 78 View Text
A43970 An answer to a book published by Dr. Bramhall, late bishop of Derry; called the Catching of the leviathan. Together with an historical narration concerning heresie, and the punishment thereof. By Thomas Hobbes of Malmesbury Hobbes, Thomas, 1588-1679. 1682 (1682) Wing H2211; ESTC R19913 73,412 166 View Text
A94280 The true fortune-teller, or, Guide to knowledge Discovering the whole art of chiromancy, physiognomy, metoposcopy, and astrology. Containing 1. A discription of the planets, their power and influence over the bodies of men, women, and children. 2. Of the several lines, ... characters in the hand and wrist; ... 3. Of physiognomy. ... 4. Observations on the eyes, ... 5. Metoposcopy, or the signification of the lines in the face. 6. of moles, and their signification. 7. Of dreams and interpretations. 8. Of nativities, ... 9. If the rod ... 10. Of marriages, ... 11. Rules to know the dangers of death. 12. The manner of resolving doubtful questions, ... 13. Of Pythagoras his wheel of fortune. 14. Of the good and bad days of each month relating to health. J. S. 1698 (1698) Wing S99; ESTC R232143 73,968 200 View Text
A66656 Eurēka, Eurēka the virtuous woman found, her loss bewailed, and character examined in a sermon preached at Felsted in Essex, April 30, 1678, at the funeral of ... Mary, countess dowager of Warwick, the most illustrious pattern of a sincere piety, and solid goodness his age hath produced : with so large additions as may be stiled the life of that noble lady : to which are annexed some of her ladyships pious and useful meditations / by Anthony Walker. Walker, Anthony, d. 1692.; Warwick, Mary Boyle Rich, Countess of, 1625-1678. Occasional meditations upon sundry subjects. 1678 (1678) Wing W301; ESTC R233189 74,039 235 View Text
A63754 Deus justificatus. Two discourses of original sin contained in two letters to persons of honour, wherein the question is rightly stated, several objections answered, and the truth further cleared and proved by many arguments newly added or explain'd. By Jer. Taylor D.D. Taylor, Jeremy, 1613-1667.; Taylor, Jeremy, 1613-1667. Deus justificatus, or, A vindication of the glory of the divine attributes in the question of original sin.; Taylor, Jeremy, 1613-1667. Answer to a letter written by the R.R. the Ld Bp of Rochester. 1656 (1656) Wing T311A; ESTC R220790 75,112 280 View Text
A34775 A treatise of jealousie, or, Means to preserve peace in marriage wherein is treated of I. The nature and effects of jealousie, which for the most part is the fatal cause of discontents between man and wife, II. And because jealousy is a passion, it's therefore occasionally discoursed of passions in general ... III. The reciprocal duties of man and wife ... / written in French, and faithfully translated.; Traité de la jalousie. English Courtin, Antoine de, 1622-1685. 1684 (1684) Wing C6606; ESTC R40897 75,205 185 View Text
A59926 Chronoi apykatastaseōz panton, or, The times of restitution of all things with their neer approach upon the ruine of the beast : manifest by two tracts on Rev. 20.5 & Rev. 21.5 containing the main scope of all Revelation prophecie ... : which said two last tracts may fitly be entituled An alarm to this present world ... / by William Sherwin. Sherwin, William, 1607-1687? 1675 (1675) Wing S3397; ESTC R25752 75,445 87 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
A73391 Five sermons, preached upon several texts by that learned and worthy divine, Thomas Wetherel, B.D. sometimes fellow of Gonevile and Caius Colledge in Cambridge, and parson of Newton in Suffolke. Wetherel, Thomas, 1586-1630. 1635 (1635) STC 25292.3; ESTC S125573 76,283 292 View Text
A12923 The triall of the supremacy wherein is set fourth ye unitie of christes church milita[n]t geue[n] to S. Peter and his successoures by Christe and that there ought to be one head bishop in earth Christes vicar generall ouer all hys churche militant: wyth answeres to the blasphemous obiections made agaynste the same in the late miserable yeres now paste. Standish, John, 1507?-1570. 1556 (1556) STC 23211; ESTC S100970 78,260 315 View Text
A81486 Vox cæli; or, philosophical, historicall, and theological [brace] observations, of thunder. With a more general view of Gods wonderful works. First grounded on Job 26. 14. but now enlarged into this treatise. / By Robert Dingley, M.A. once fellow of Magdalen Colledge in Oxford; now minister of Gods Word at Brixton in the Isle of Wight, and County of Southampton. Dingley, Robert, 1619-1660. 1658 (1658) Wing D1502; Thomason E1868_1; ESTC R209723 78,969 218 View Text
A49463 The life of faith Wherein is shewed the general use of faith in all the passages of a Christians life. Together with a discourse of right judgment on Joh.7.24. By H. Lukin. Lukin, H. (Henry), 1628-1719. 1660 (1660) Wing L3477; ESTC R213826 80,145 275 View Text
A55818 A discourse for the vindicating of Christianity from the charge of imposture Offer'd, by way of letter, to the consideration of the deists of the present age. By Humphrey Prideaux, D.D. and arch-deacon of Suffolk. Prideaux, Humphrey, 1648-1724. 1697 (1697) Wing P3412A; ESTC R219515 81,417 183 View Text
A00060 An harborovve for faithfull and trevve subiectes agaynst the late blowne blaste, concerninge the gouernme[n]t of vvemen. wherin be confuted all such reasons as a straunger of late made in that behalfe, with a breife exhortation to obedience. Anno. M.D.lix. Aylmer, John, 1521-1594. 1559 (1559) STC 1005; ESTC S100367 81,623 134 View Text
A22701 Saint Augustine his enchiridion to Laurence, or, The chiefe and principall heads of all Christian religion a most profitable booke to all those which desire to haue a most compendious briefe of Augustines doctrine, out of Augustine himselfe, when he was old, being repurged, by the old manuscript, of many faults and vnusuall wordes, wherewith it formerly flowed. Augustine, Saint, Bishop of Hippo. 1607 (1607) STC 921.5; ESTC S1512 82,205 310 View Text
A80008 The hinge of faith and religion or, a proof of the deity against atheists and profane persons, by reason, and the testimony of Holy Scripture: the divinity of which is demonstrated, / by L. Cappel, Doctour and Professour in Divinity ; translated out of French by Philip Marinel, M.A. and fellow of Pembroke-College in Oxford.; Piuot de la foy et religion. English Cappel, Louis, 1585-1658.; Marinel, Philip. 1660 (1660) Wing C482; Thomason E1845_2; Thomason E2265_1; ESTC R209659 84,739 200 View Text
A27061 Two treatises the first of death, on I Cor. 15:26, the second of judgment on 2 Cor. 5:10, 11 / by Rich. Baxter. Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691.; Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. Treatise of death. 1672 (1672) Wing B1442; ESTC R6576 84,751 206 View Text
A57657 Mel heliconium, or, Poeticall honey gathered out of the weeds of Parnassus divided into VII chapters according to the first VII letters of the alphabet : containing XLVIII fictions, out of which are extracted many historicall, naturall, morall, politicall and by Alexander Rosse ... Ross, Alexander, 1591-1654. 1642 (1642) Wing R1962; ESTC R21749 84,753 182 View Text
A27512 A short view of the prelatical church of England laid open in ten sections by way of quere and petition to the High and Honourable Court of Parliament, the several heads whereof are set down in the next two pages / written a little before the fall of that hierarchie, about the year 1641, by Iohn Barnard, sometime minister of Batcomb in Somerset-shire ; whereunto is added The anatomy of The common-prayer. Bernard, Richard, 1568-1641.; Bernard, John. 1661 (1661) Wing B2034; ESTC R17815 85,593 122 View Text
A14313 The pilgrime of Casteele; Peregrino en su patria. English. Abridgements Vega, Lope de, 1562-1635.; Dutton, William, attributed name. 1621 (1621) STC 24629; ESTC S113948 85,702 157 View Text
A15434 Thesaurus ecclesiæ: that is, the treasure of the church consisting of the perpetuall intercession and most holy praier of Christ, set forth in the 17. chapter of the Gospel by S. Iohn: which in this treatise is plainly interpreted, with necessarie doctrines enlarged, and fit applications enforced. Willet, Andrew, 1562-1621. 1604 (1604) STC 25704; ESTC S102754 86,296 210 View Text
A27048 A treatise of death, the last enemy to be destroyed shewing wherein its enmity consisteth and how it is destroyed : part of it was preached at the funerals [sic] of Elizabeth, the late wife of Mr. Joseph Baker ... / by Rich. Baxter ; with some few passages of the life of the said Mrs. Baker observed. Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. 1660 (1660) Wing B1425; ESTC R18115 87,475 324 View Text
B12557 The two-folde tribute or two speciall duties commanded by our Lord and Sauiour Iesus Christ to be rendred: the first of subiects to their Cæsar, the second of Christians to their God: for the better furtherance of the one in his regall dignitie, and of the other in his Eulangelicall ministerie. Explaned in two sermons and now published. Anno. 1613. By Richard Eburne Eburne, Richard. 1613 (1613) STC 7474; ESTC S113959 88,252 106 View Text
A25421 The right government of thoughts, or, A discovery of all vain, unprofitable, idle, and wicked thoughts with directions for the getting, keeping, and governing of good thoughts, digested into chapters for the ease of the reader : whereunto are added four sermons / by ... John Angel ... Angel, John, d. 1655.; T. B. 1659 (1659) Wing A3162A; ESTC R13149 89,280 271 View Text
A20809 The vvorldes resurrection, or The generall calling of the Iewes A familiar commentary vpon the eleuenth chapter of Saint Paul to the Romaines, according to the sence of Scripture, and the consent of the most iudicious interpreters, wherein aboue fiftie notable questions are soundly answered, and the particular doctrines, reasons and vses of euery verse, are profitable and plainly deliuered. By Thomas Draxe. Minister of the word of God. Draxe, Thomas, d. 1608. 1608 (1608) STC 7187; ESTC S116746 91,311 159 View Text
A37977 Cometomantia, A discourse of comets shewing their original, substance, place, time, magnitude, motion, number, colour, figure, kinds, names, and more especially, their prognosticks, significations and presages ... : where also is inserted an essay of judiciary astrology, giving satisfaction to this grand question, whether any certain judgments and predictions concerning future events, can be made from the observation of the heavenly bodies : both occasioned by the appearance of the late comets in England and other places. Edwards, John, 1637-1716. 1684 (1684) Wing E199; ESTC R1452 91,449 318 View Text
A85247 The sinner's tears, in meditations and prayers. By Tho. Fettiplace. Dom: Pet: Cantab. Fettiplace, Thomas, 1601 or 2-1670. 1653 (1653) Wing F830; Thomason E1328_1; Thomason E1529_1; ESTC R208916 91,855 193 View Text
A19643 The schoole of pollicie: or The araignement of state-abuses Directing magistrates, adorning the court, and beautifying the whole common-wealth. Crosse, Henry. 1605 (1605) STC 6071; ESTC S113496 92,346 156 View Text
A19641 Vertues common-vvealth: or The high-way to honour Wherin is discouered, that although by the disguised craft of this age, vice and hypocrisie may be concealed: yet by tyme (the triall of truth) it is most plainly reuealed. ... By Henry Crosse. Crosse, Henry. 1603 (1603) STC 6070.5; ESTC S105137 93,354 158 View Text
A48865 A peaceable enquiry into the nature of the present controversie among our united brethren about justification. Part I by Stephen Lobb ... Lobb, Stephen, d. 1699. 1693 (1693) Wing L2728; ESTC R39069 94,031 169 View Text
A02267 True religion explained and defended against ye archenemies thereof in these times In six bookes. Published by authority for the co[m]mon good.; De veritate religionis Christianae. English Grotius, Hugo, 1583-1645.; Cecil, Thomas, fl. 1630, engraver.; Franciscus a Sancta Clara, 1598-1680. 1632 (1632) STC 12400; ESTC S122528 94,326 374 View Text
A00384 The praise of folie. = Moriæ encomium a booke made in latine by that great clerke Erasmus Roterodame. Englisshed by sir Thomas Chaloner knight.; Moriae encomium. English Erasmus, Desiderius, d. 1536.; Chaloner, Thomas, Sir, 1521-1565. 1549 (1549) STC 10500; ESTC S101685 94,709 162 View Text
A42444 The vanity of judiciary astrology. Or Divination by the stars. Lately written in Latine, by that great schollar and mathematician the illustrious Petrus Gassendus; mathematical professor to the king of France. Translated into English by a person of quality Gassendi, Pierre, 1592-1655. 1659 (1659) Wing G299; ESTC R213341 94,900 172 View Text
A45518 The nations claim of native right Wherein the gross and extreme defection and injustice of the court martial, and of all courts; the destructive abuse of the law, and pressing necessity, that the nation speedily unite (as one man) for an agreement in righteousness, is by particular example, and an appeal to the general councel of the army, and by several considerations cleerly demonstrated and proved. Secondly, the nullity of order, matter, and form of a free people is asserted, and proved by scripture: and how (to persons, families, people, and churches) right order, matter, and form may be attained. Thirdly, a brief pourtraict of a right government of the nation, and agreement of the people; and how such government and agreement may be with ease attained; a new representative freely elected: the laws rectified: the poor relieved: and the peoples, and armies, and every particular persons just interests (in peace with truth) satisfied, is proposed to the nation. By Thom. Harbye, late Quarter-master in the Regiment late Harby, Thomas. 1650 (1650) Wing H684; ESTC R216528 94,995 134 View Text
A35120 The counterfeit convert discovered, or, William Haworth's book, entituled (The Quaker converted to Christianity re-established) refuted wherein his absurd assertion, viz. that our (own) righteousness consists in the gifts and vertues which the spirit of God works in our minds &c. is manifested ... / by John Crook and William Bayley ; also an answer to the postscript at the end of William Haworth's wicked pamphlet called An Antidote &c. by C.T. Crook, John, 1617-1699.; Bayly, William, d. 1675.; Taylor, Christopher, ca. 1615-1686. 1676 (1676) Wing C7199; ESTC R24285 95,721 143 View Text
A19693 Time vvell spent in sacred meditations. Divine observations. Heavenly exhortations Serving to confirme the penitent. Informe the ignorant. ... And, cherish the true-hearted Christian. By that late able, painfull, and worthy man of God, Mr. Ezechiel Culvervvel minister of the Word. Culverwell, Ezekiel, 1553 or 4-1631.; Symson, Andrew. 1634 (1634) STC 6112; ESTC S116358 98,125 394 View Text
A01801 The Kings medicine for this present yeere 1604 prescribed by the whole colledge of the spirituall physitions, made after the coppy of the corporall kings medicine, which was vsed in the city the former yeere. Giuen as a new yeers-gift, to the honorable city of London, to be taken in this yeere for the soule, as the other was for the bodie. Herevnto are intermixed, first, the wonders of the former yeer, his triumphs, two funeralls, two coronations, two preachers. Secondlie, Londons and Englands newyeers-gift, to offer vp vnto the Lord for his new-yeers-gift, containing King Dauids sacrificing after the ceasing of the pestilence, necessarie to teach vs the duty of our deliuerance. The whole collected out of the first book of Chr. ch. 21. / Made and vvritten by Iames Godskall, preacher of the vvorde. Godskall, James. 1604 (1604) STC 11936; ESTC S118768 100,652 208 View Text
A67026 The true originall of the soule proving both by divine and naturall reason, that the production of mans soule is neither by creation nor propagation, but a certain meane way between both : wherein the doctrine of originall sinne, and the purity of Christs incarnation, is also more fully cleared then hath been heretofore published / by H.W. B.D. Woolnor, Henry, d. ca. 1640.; Palmer, Elias. 1641 (1641) Wing W3526; ESTC R15696 103,271 336 View Text
A49906 Reflections upon what the works commonly call good-luck and ill-luck with regard to lotteries and of the good use which may be made of them / written originally in French by Monsieur Le Clerk, done into English.; Reflexions sur ce que l'on appelle bonheur et malheur en matière de loteries et sur le bon usage qu'on en peut faire. English Le Clerc, Jean, 1657-1736. 1699 (1699) Wing L825; ESTC R17929 104,386 230 View Text