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A40582 A Full and true relation of a comet or blazing-star, that lately appeared, and was seen by many who are eye-witnesses thereof, in this city of London, on the 28th and 29th of July last with many weighty observations upon the same. 1679 (1679) Wing F2314; ESTC R16220 3,543 6 View Text
B20628 A letter to his worthy friend, D.B.M. from Dr. Connor, member of the College of Physicians and Royal Society Connor, Bernard, 1666?-1698. 1696 (1696) Wing C5890 4,281 4 View Text
A87129 Aphorisms political. By James Harrington. Harrington, James, 1611-1677. 1659 (1659) Wing H804; Thomason E995_8; ESTC R202590 4,480 11 View Text
A77475 A brief vindication of the Royal Society from the late invectives and misrepresentations of Mr. Henry Stubbe: / By a well-wisher to that noble foundation. 1670 (1670) Wing B4656A; ESTC R233727 4,539 14 View Text
A26812 The upright Christian discovered by keeping himself from his iniquity, and resignation to the divine will. By way of question and answer. Gathered out of the judicious treatises of William Bates, D.D. Bates, William, 1625-1699. 1693 (1693) Wing B1129A; ESTC R215814 5,071 23 View Text
A28941 A catalogue of the philosophical books and tracts written by the Honourable Robert Boyle, Esq. ; together with the order or time wherein each of them hath been publish'd respectively ; to which is added, A catalogue of the theological books, written by the same author. Boyle, Robert, 1627-1691. 1689 (1689) Wing B3928; ESTC R11831 5,558 24 View Text
A96271 Præcognita astrologica: or, Astrological judgments, and monthly observations, shewing, what material or grand changes or revolutions are like to happen in the world, but more especially Europe, in the so long and much talked of year, 1688. : To which is added an account of the so much admired and amazing prodigy / By Joh. Whalley student in physick and astrology. Whalley, John, 1653-1724. 1688 (1688) Wing W1531; ESTC R186411 6,625 8 View Text
A44723 A letter from a clergy-man in the city, to his friend in the country, containing his reasons for not reading the declaration Halifax, George Savile, Marquis of, 1633-1695. 1688 (1688) Wing H308; ESTC R9523 7,783 8 View Text
A93136 A letter from a clergy-man in the city, to his friend in the country containing his reasons for not reading the Declaration. Halifax, George Savile, Marquis of, 1633-1695.; Sherlock, William, 1641?-1707, attributed name. 1688 (1688) Wing S3294C; ESTC R202491 7,794 4 View Text
A61423 The case of the Church of England by law established necessary to be considered in order to a more firm and full settlement of peace both at home and abroad : in a letter to a bishop of the present constitution / by an English Catholick. Stephens, Edward, d. 1706. 1700 (1700) Wing S5423; ESTC R38300 7,857 10 View Text
A45610 Aphorisms political by James Harrington. Harrington, James, 1611-1677. 1659 (1659) Wing H805; ESTC R335 8,287 21 View Text
A82007 A sermon preach'd before the King at White-Hall, Novemb. 5. 1696. By Sir William Dawes, baronet, D.D. and chaplain in ordinary to His Majesty. Publish'd by His Majesties special command Dawes, William, Sir, 1671-1724. 1696 (1696) Wing D456A; ESTC R231752 9,117 28 View Text
A59892 A sermon preach'd at St. Paul's Cathedral, November 22, 1699 being the anniversary meeting of the Lovers of Musick / by W. Sherlock ... Sherlock, William, 1641?-1707. 1699 (1699) Wing S3363; ESTC R4275 10,370 31 View Text
B03334 A sermon preach'd August the 4th 1700. On Psalm cxlvi. vers. 3, 4, 5 ... / by W. Fleetwood ... Fleetwood, William, 1656-1723. 1700 (1700) Wing F1257A; ESTC R177124 11,165 16 View Text
A39733 A funeral sermon on his late Royal Highness, William, Duke of Glocester preach'd Aug. the 4th. 1700. By W. Fleetwood, chaplain in ordinary to His Majesty. Fleetwood, William, 1656-1723. 1700 (1700) Wing F1246A; ESTC R216786 11,999 17 View Text
A48479 The liberty of human nature, discuss'd, stated, and limited, in a sermon preached by J. Lambe. Lambe, John, 1648 or 9-1708. 1684 (1684) Wing L218; ESTC R32872 12,909 42 View Text
A67828 A sermon preached before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor and aldermen at Guild-Hall Chappel, February 4, 1682 by Edward Young ... Young, Edward, 1641 or 2-1705. 1683 (1683) Wing Y67; ESTC R34113 12,981 31 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
A70897 Vox lunaris being a philosophical & astrological discourse of two moons which were seen at London and the parts adjacent, June the eleventh 1679. a little before midnight. And what may in a course of nature be expected from this phasma in Europe. With some particular remarques upon the conjunctions of Saturn and Jupiter, and of the eclipses in Gemini, &c. for 120 years last past. By John Partridge student in Physick and Astrology. Partridge, John, 1644-1715. 1679 (1679) Wing P629aA; ESTC R214718 14,229 26 View Text
A93340 A sermon preached before the right worshipful the Deputy-Governour, and the Company of Merchants trading to the Levant-seas, at St Bartholemew-Exchange, May 1. 1689 By Edward Smyth, A.M. Fellow of Trinity-Colledge near Dublin; and preacher to the factory at Smyrna. Imprimatur, May 28. 1689. Hen. Wharton, R.R. in Christo P. ac D.D. Wilhelmo Archiep. Cant. à sacris domest. Smyth, Edward, 1665-1720. 1689 (1689) Wing S4023; ESTC R230296 14,850 40 View Text
A30880 An apology for the builder, or, A discourse shewing the cause and effects of the increase of building Barbon, Nicholas, d. 1698. 1685 (1685) Wing B704; ESTC R12425 15,212 39 View Text
A59808 The danger of corrupting the faith by philosophy a sermon preach'd before the Right Honble, the Lord Mayor and Court of Aldermen at Guildhall-Chappel on Sunday, April 25, 1697 / by William Sherlock. Sherlock, William, 1641?-1707. 1697 (1697) Wing S3280; ESTC R28137 15,328 30 View Text
A11920 The vveapon-salves maladie: or, A declaration of its insufficiencie to performe what is attributed to it Wherein also is described, 1. The severall wayes of making the weapon-salve. 2. The manner of vsing it. 3. Reasons of confirmation to justifie it. 4. Arguments of confutation to overthrow it. By the learned and judicious physitian Daniell Sennertus, Doctor and publique professor at Wittenberg. Translated out of his 5th. booke, part. 4. chap. 10. Practicæ medicinæ.; Practicae medicinae. Booke 5. Part 4. English Sennerts, Daniel, 1572-1637. 1637 (1637) STC 22232; ESTC S105181 15,432 35 View Text
A66821 An enquiry into the causes of diseases in general and the disturbances of the humors in man's body wherein the nature of the blood, of the air and of a pestiliential constitution are briefly considered : together with some observations shewing wherein the venom of vipers, particularly that of the English adder does consist / by Stanford Wolsterstan. Wolsterstan, Stanford. 1692 (1692) Wing W3251; ESTC R25191 16,222 110 View Text
A19316 The colde spring of Kinghorne Craig his admirable and new tryed properties, so far foorth as yet are found by experience. Written by Patrik Anderson D. of Physick. Anderson, Patrick, 1575-1624. 1618 (1618) STC 573; ESTC S115268 17,021 35 View Text
A08171 [The history of strange wonders.] Camerarius, Joachim, 1500-1574. 1561 (1561) STC 18507; ESTC S110146 18,042 54 View Text
A27641 A learned treatise of the plague wherein the two questions, whether the plague be infectious or no, and , whether and how farr it may be shunned of Christians by going aside, are resolved / written in Latine by the famous Theodore Beza Vezelian. Bèze, Théodore de, 1519-1605. 1665 (1665) Wing B2196; ESTC R31585 20,458 25 View Text
A28442 Miracles, no violations of the lavvs of nature Blount, Charles, 1654-1693. 1683 (1683) Wing B3310; ESTC R7329 20,726 38 View Text
A57633 A philosophicall essay for the reunion of the langvages, or, The art of knowing all by the mastery of one Rose, Henry, fl. 1656-1675. 1675 (1675) Wing R1934; ESTC R229455 21,032 86 View Text
A77803 A new discovery of the French disease and running of the reins their causes, signs, with plain and easie direction of perfect curing the same. By R. Bunworth, Bunworth, Richard. 1666 (1666) Wing B5477; ESTC R232652 21,111 96 View Text
A30115 A new discovery of the French disease and running of the reins their causes, signs, with plain and easie direction of perfect curing the same / by R. Bunworth. Bunworth, Richard. 1662 (1662) Wing B5476; ESTC R29144 21,177 95 View Text
A84612 Five philosophical questions, most eloquently and substantially disputed: Viz: I. Whether there be nothing new in the world. II. Which is most to be esteemed; - an inventive wit, judgement, or courage. III. Whether truth beget hatred, and why. IV. Of the COCK; and whether his crowing doth affright the lion. V. Why dead bodies bleed in the presence of their murtherers. 1650 (1650) Wing F1117; Thomason E615_11; ESTC R206547 21,350 36 View Text
A30114 Man in paradise, or, A philosophical discourse vindicating the soul's prerogative in discerning the truths of Christian religion with the eye of reason Bunworth, Richard. 1656 (1656) Wing B5475; ESTC R176545 21,633 105 View Text
A14918 The mirror of martyrs, or The life and death of that thrice valiant capitaine, and most godly martyre Sir Iohn Old-castle knight Lord Cobham Weever, John, 1576-1632. 1601 (1601) STC 25226; ESTC S111646 22,568 94 View Text
A87111 Vox caelorum. Predictions defended or, The voyce of the celestiall light, wherein is proved five things: 1 That the starres have received influences. 2 That they operate and worke upon sublunary things, according to the nature and quality of those received influences. 3 That God hath revealed those received influences to man. 4 That it is not unlawfull to predict according to the knowne nature and quality of those received influences. 5 That it is not unlawfull to call the starres by such and such names; as Pleyades, Arcturus, Orion, &c. And divers places of the Scriptures opened and cleared. With a vindication of M. William Lilly his reputation against the Epirrhesian antagonists, in these times of discovery of new lights. By Henry Harflete, practitioner in the mathematickes. Harflete, Henry, fl. 1653. 1646 (1646) Wing H767; Thomason 1179[1]; ESTC R208103 22,577 71 View Text
A28798 Frier Bacon his discovery of the miracles of art, nature, and magick faithfully translated out of Dr. Dees own copy by T.M. and never before in English.; De mirabili potestate artis et naturae. English Bacon, Roger, 1214?-1294.; T. M. 1659 (1659) Wing B373; ESTC R10803 22,920 72 View Text
A46627 A sermon preached at Guildhall-Chappel Decemb. 24, 1682 before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor &c. by John James. James, John, b. 1649. 1683 (1683) Wing J428; ESTC R28735 23,041 39 View Text
A61424 A caveat against flattery, and profanation of sacred things to secular ends upon sight of the order of the convention for the thanksgiving, and consideration of the misgovernment and misfortunes of the last race of kings of this nation. Stephens, Edward, d. 1706. 1689 (1689) Wing S5424; ESTC R184625 23,049 37 View Text
A15052 The tree of humane life, or, The bloud of the grape Proving the possibilitie of maintaining humane life from infancy to extreme old age without any sicknesse by the use of wine. By Tobias Whitaker Doctor in Physick of London. Whitaker, Tobias, d. 1666. 1638 (1638) STC 25356; ESTC S119853 23,147 94 View Text
A28992 Medicinal experiments, or, A collection of choice remedies for the most part simple, and easily prepared by ... R. Boyle ... Boyle, Robert, 1627-1691. 1692 (1692) Wing B3989; ESTC R954 23,307 130 View Text
A11620 The tillage of light· Or, A true discouerie of the philosophicall elixir, commonly called the philosophers stone Seruing, to enrich all true, noble and generous spirits, as will aduenture some few labors in the tillage of such a light, as is worthy the best obseruance of the most wise. By Patrick Scot, Esquire. Scot, Patrick. 1623 (1623) STC 21862; ESTC S116882 23,614 62 View Text
A49423 A letter about liberty and necessity written to the Duke of Newcastle / by Thomas Hobbes. With observations upon it by a learned Prelate of the Church of England lately deceased. Hobbes, Thomas, 1588-1679.; Laney, Benjamin, 1591-1675. Observations upon a letter of Mr. T. Hobbs to the Duke of Newcastle. 1676 (1676) Wing L343; ESTC R14544 24,278 120 View Text
A61473 Free grace exalted, and thence deduced evangelical rules for evangelical sufferings : in two discourses made 29 March, and 10 May 1670, from Rom. 5, 21. Sterry, Peter, 1613-1672. 1670 (1670) Wing S5480; ESTC R38299 24,282 32 View Text
A57186 A discourse upon prodigious abstinence occasioned by the twelve moneths fasting of Martha Taylor, the famed Derbyshire damosell : proving that without any miracle, the texture of humane bodies may be so altered, that life may be long continued without the supplies of meat & drink : with an account of the heart, and how far it is interessed in the business of fermentation / by John Reynolds ... Reynolds, John, of Kings-Norton. 1669 (1669) Wing R1314; ESTC R10543 24,717 44 View Text
A09740 A discovery of subterraneall treasure viz. of all manner of mines and mineralls, from the gold to the coale; with plaine directions and rules for the finding of them in all kingdoms and countries. And also the art of melting, refining, and assaying of them is plainly declared, so that every ordinary man, that is indifferently capacious, may with small change presently try the value of such oares as shall be found either by rule or by accident. Whereunto is added a reall experiment whereby every ignorant man may presently try whether any peece of gold that shal come to his hands be true or connterfeit [sic] ... Also a perfect way to try what colour any berry, leafe, flower, stalke, root, fruit, seed, barke, or wood will give: with a perfect way to make colours that they shall not stayne nor fade like ordinary colours. ... Plattes, Gabriel, fl. 1638-1640. 1639 (1639) STC 20000; ESTC S100866 25,150 76 View Text
A02672 [A sermon preached at Hitchin in ...] 1587. the of Nouember [...] Harris, Edward, fl. 1587-1590. 1590 (1590) STC 12804; ESTC S112492 25,711 84 View Text
A42850 London's deliverance predicted in a short discourse shewing the cause of plagues in general, and the probable time (God not contradicting the course of second causes) when the present pest may abate, &c. / by John Gadbury. Gadbury, John, 1627-1704. 1665 (1665) Wing G86; ESTC R24344 26,606 49 View Text
A97219 Magick & astrology vindicated from those false aspersions and calumnies, which the ignorance of some hath cast upon them. In which is contained true definitions of the said arts, and the justification of their practise, proved by the authority of Scripture, and the experience of ancient and modern authors. With observations from several remarkable conjunctions and apparitions: as those three suns that appeared before the Kings death, &c. / Impartially communicated for the publique good. By Hardick Warren, a well-wisher to the most secret occult arts and learning. Warren, Hardick. 1651 (1651) Wing W971; Thomason E623_4; ESTC R206369 27,202 39 View Text
A03119 A modest defence of the caueat giuen to the wearers of impoisoned amulets, as preseruatiues from the plague wherein that point is somewhat more lergely reasoned and debated with an ancient physician, who hath mainteined them by publicke writing: as likewise that vnlearned and dangerous opinion, that the plague is not infectious, lately broched in London, is briefly glansed at, and refuted by way of preface, by Fr. Hering D. in Physicke. Reade without preiudice; iudge without partialitie. Herring, Francis, d. 1628. 1604 (1604) STC 13248; ESTC S116668 27,376 51 View Text
A01881 The creatures praysing God: or, The religion of dumbe creatures An example and argument for the stirring vp of our deuotion and for the confusion of atheisme. Benedicite omnia opera Domini Domino; laudate & superexaltate eum in secula. G.G. Goodman, Godfrey, 1583-1656. 1622 (1622) STC 12021; ESTC S118284 27,928 40 View Text
A26963 The nature and immortality of the soul proved in answer to one who professed perplexing doubtfulness / by Richard Baxter. Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. 1682 (1682) Wing B1317; ESTC R37298 29,645 74 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
A15486 The search of causes Containing a theophysicall inuestigation of the possiblitie of transmutatorie alchemie. By Timothie Willis, apprentise in phisicke. Willis, Timothy. 1616 (1616) STC 25754; ESTC S114195 30,421 94 View Text
A38593 Geologia Norvegica, or, A brief instructive remembrancer concerning that very great and spacious earthquake, which hapned [sic] almost quite through the south parts of Norvvay upon the 24th day of April, in the year 1657 also physical, historical, and theological grounds and reasons concerning the causes and significations of earthquakes / written in the Danish tongue by Michael Peterson Escholt ... ; and Englished by Daniel Collins.; Geologia Norvegica. English Escholt, Michel Pedersøn, d. 1666.; Collins, Daniel, 17th cent. 1663 (1663) Wing E3252; ESTC R15886 31,029 106 View Text
A16612 A briefe censure vpon the Puritane pamphlet entituled, (humble motyves, for association to maintayne religion established.) Reprooving of it so many vntruthes, as there be leaues in the same. 1603 (1603) STC 3519; ESTC S116908 31,775 92 View Text
A81788 Proceedings concerning the improvement of all manner of land, and also for all sorts of leather VVith many addresses unto Parliaments, and other supreme authorities formerly in power. As also petitional motions unto the supreme authority of this nation, the Parliament of the Commonwealth of England, Scotland, and Ireland, and the dominions and territories thereunto belonging, that they would be pleased to make use of the proposer, in entertaining his abilities with acts of Parliament, according to the lawes of this and all civil nations; that then thereby he may be impowred lawfully and honourable to put in exercise his undertakings: the profitable effects and conveniences of them being hereafter sufficiently proved and cleared. All which designes are undertaken to be performed by new wayes and means, more speedy, cheap and easie than hath hitherto been discovered, and are acquired by the industry and diligent search into the mysteries of nature, of Thomas Ducket, Esq; very well deserving the perusal of persons of all degrees ... prosperity of the Commonwealth. Duckett, Thomas. 1657 (1657) Wing D2430C; ESTC R231962 32,839 30 View Text
A80721 Prayers prevalencie for Israels safety. Declared in a sermon preached in Saint Margarets Westminster, before the Honourable House of Commons, at the late solemne fast, June 28. 1643. / By Thomas Carter, minister of Dynton in Buckingham-shire. ; Published by order of that House. Carter, Thomas, d. 1646. 1643 (1643) Wing C668; Thomason E60_2; ESTC R22771 35,268 44 View Text
A36504 Daimonomageia a small treatise of sicknesses and diseases from witchcraft, and supernatural causes : never before, at least in this comprised order, and general manner, was the like published : being useful to others besides physicians, in that it confutes atheistical, sadducistical, and sceptical principles and imaginations. Drage, William, 1637?-1669. 1665 (1665) Wing D2117; ESTC R37769 35,637 43 View Text
A39277 Clavis fidei, or, The key of faith written in Latine by John Ellis ... and propounded by him in publick lectures upon the Apostles Creed, to the students of Harts Hall in the University of Oxford ; faithfully translated into English by W.R. for the good and benefit of the ingenuous reader, as an help to build him up in his most holy faith. Ellis, John, 1599?-1665. 1668 (1668) Wing E585; ESTC R40476 36,379 109 View Text
A28272 No reason to desire new revelations a sermon preach'd at the Cathedral-Church of St. Paul, October 7th, 1700, being the seventh for the year 1700, of the lecture founded by the Honourable Robert Boyle, Esq. / by Ofspring Blackall ... Blackall, Offspring, 1654-1716. 1700 (1700) Wing B3047; ESTC R18677 36,532 66 View Text
A29517 A discovery of the impostures of witches and astrologers by John Brinley. Brinley, John. 1680 (1680) Wing B4698; ESTC R24764 37,372 135 View Text
A28309 The novum organum of Sir Francis Bacon, Baron of Verulam, Viscount St. Albans epitomiz'd, for a clearer understanding of his natural history / translated and taken out of the Latine by M.D.; Novum organum Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626.; M. D. 1676 (1676) Wing B310; ESTC R38681 37,586 38 View Text
A00750 The rules and righte ample documentes, touchinge the vse and practise of the common almanackes, which are named ephemerides A briefe and shorte introduction vpon the iudiciall astrologie, for to prognosticate of thinges to come, by the helpe of the sayde ephemerides. With a treatise added hereunto, touchinge the coniunction of the planets, in euery one of the. 12. signes, and of their prognostications and reuolutions of yeres. The hole faithfully, and clerely translated into Englyshe by Humfrey Baker.; Canons & documents tresamples, touchant l'usage & practique des communs almanachz, que l'on nomme ephemerides. English Fine, Oronce, 1494-1555.; Baker, Humfrey, fl. 1557-1587. 1558 (1558) STC 10878.7; ESTC S107419 38,281 107 View Text
A15350 A second memento for magistrates Directing how to reduce all offenders, and beeing reduced, how to preserue them in vnitie and loue both in Church and common wealth. By W.W. Doctor of Diuinity, and one of his Maiesties chaplains in ordinary.; Obedience or ecclesiasticall union Wilkes, William, d. 1637. 1608 (1608) STC 25634; ESTC S114429 40,774 86 View Text
A59903 A vindication of the Brief discourse concerning the notes of the church in answer to a late pamphlet entituled, The use and great moment of the notes of the church, as delivered by Cardinal Bellarmin, De notis ecclesiae, justified ...; De notis ecclesiae Sherlock, William, 1641?-1707. 1687 (1687) Wing S3374; ESTC R18869 41,299 72 View Text
A20030 A defence of tabacco vvith a friendly answer to the late printed booke called Worke for chimny-sweepers, &c. Marbecke, Roger, 1536-1605. 1602 (1602) STC 6468; ESTC S109505 41,491 72 View Text
A70079 Golden remains of Sir George Freman, Knight of the Honourable Order of the Bath being choice discourses on select subjects. Freeman, George, Sir.; Freeman, Sarah, Lady. 1682 (1682) Wing F2167B; ESTC R21279 41,541 130 View Text
A91516 The right religion, reviewed and inlarged / by L.P. Gent. L. P., Gent. 1658 (1658) Wing P74C; ESTC R181384 42,130 187 View Text
A29780 Miracles, work's above and contrary to nature, or, An answer to a late translation out of Spinoza's Tractatus theologico-politicus, Mr. Hobbs's Leviathan, &c. published to undermine the truth and authority of miracles, Scripture, and religion, in a treatise entituled, Miracles no violation of the laws of nature. Browne, Thomas, 1654?-1741. 1683 (1683) Wing B5062; ESTC R1298 42,132 76 View Text
A30484 A review of The theory of the earth and of its proofs, especially in reference to Scripture Burnet, Thomas, 1635?-1715. 1690 (1690) Wing B5945; ESTC R7953 42,163 56 View Text
A01773 The Hollander A comedy written 1635. The author Henry Glapthorne. And now printed as it was then acted at the Cock-pit in Drury lane, by their Majesties Servants, with good allowance. And at the court before both their Majesties. Glapthorne, Henry. 1640 (1640) STC 11909; ESTC S103204 43,077 72 View Text
A58144 The earth twice shaken wonderfully, or, An analogical discourse of earthquakes its natural causes, kinds, and manifold effects : occasioned by the last of these, which happened on the eighth day of September 1692, at two of the clock in the afternoon : divided into philosophical theorems, pick'd out of many famous, modern, and ancient treatises, translated into English : with reference to that unusual one that happened in Queen Elizabeth's reign, on the same day, 8th of September 1601 ... : with an account of many stupendious and wonderful events in Germany, Italy, and other kingdoms ... / by J.D.R., French minister. J. D. R., French minister. 1693 (1693) Wing R37; ESTC R4234 44,661 64 View Text
B20887 Two sermons one on the subject of justification, the other on the imputed righteousness imputation of faith to righteousness, by which we are justified : preached occaisionally at the Merchants-Lecture in Pin-makers-Hall in Broad-street : and printed by their desire / by Walter Cross ... Cross, Walter, M.A. 1695 (1695) Wing C7266 44,724 48 View Text
A38771 The universall medicine, or, The virtues of the magneticall, or antimoniall cup confirmed to be a health-procuring, health-preserving, and health-restoring effectuall medicine by extant monuments of antiquity, by testimonies of Honourable personages, by 100 admirable and rare experiments, by 200 persons of quality that have experienced the same / collected by John Evans ... Evans, John, Minister and preacher of God's word. 1651 (1651) Wing E3452; ESTC R7392 45,036 66 View Text
A00931 A bright burning beacon forewarning all wise virgins to trim their lampes against the comming of the Bridegroome. Conteining a generall doctrine of sundrie signes and wonders, specially earthquakes both particular and generall: a discourse of the end of this world: a commemoration of our late earthquake, the 6. of April, about 6. of the clocke in the euening 1580. And a praier for the appeasing of Gods wrath and indignation. Newly translated and collected by Abraham Fleming. The summe of the whole booke followeth in fit place orderly diuided into chapters. Nausea, Friedrich, d. 1552.; Fleming, Abraham, 1552?-1607. 1580 (1580) STC 11037; ESTC S102280 47,166 126 View Text
A01185 The vvisedome of the ancients, written in Latine by the Right Honourable Sir Francis Bacon Knight, Baron of Verulam, and Lord Chancelor or England. Done into English by Sir Arthur Gorges Knight; De sapientia veterum. English Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626.; Gorges, Arthur, Sir, 1557?-1625. 1619 (1619) STC 1130; ESTC S100339 47,646 172 View Text
A59239 Of devotion By J. S. Sergeant, John, 1622-1707. 1678 (1678) Wing S2585A; ESTC R220098 48,774 178 View Text
A72470 The bathes of Bathes ayde wonderfull and most excellent, agaynst very many sicknesses, approued by authoritie, confirmed by reason, and dayly tryed by experience: vvith the antiquitie, commoditie, propertie, knovvledge, vse, aphorismes, diet, medicine, and other thinges therto be considered and obserued. / Compendiously compiled by Iohn Iones phisition. Anno salutis. 1572. At Asple Hall besydes Nottingham. Jones, John, physician. 1572 (1572) STC 14724a.3; ESTC S107904 49,058 102 View Text
A02534 Epistles the first volume: Containing II. decads. By Ioseph Hall; Epistles. Vol. 1 Hall, Joseph, 1574-1656. 1608 (1608) STC 12661.7; ESTC S103637 49,336 198 View Text
A00776 A spirituall consolation, written by Iohn Fyssher Bishoppe of Rochester, to hys sister Elizabeth, at suche tyme as hee was prisoner in the Tower of London. Uery necessary, and commodious for all those that mynde to leade a vertuous lyfe: also to admonishe them, to be at all tymes prepared to dye, and seemeth to bee spoken in the person of one that was sodainly preue[n]ted by death Fisher, John, Saint, 1469-1535. 1578 (1578) STC 10899; ESTC S109711 49,974 144 View Text
A33547 An enquiry into the nature, necessity, and evidence of Christian faith. Part I. Of faith in general, and of the belief of a deity by J.C. Cockburn, John, 1652-1729. 1696 (1696) Wing C4810; ESTC R24209 50,203 73 View Text
A86278 A new method of Rosie Crucian physick: wherein is shewed the cause; and therewith their experienced medicines for the cure of all diseases, theoparadota; freely given to the inspired Christians, by Ton aggelon presbytaton, ton archaggelon, logon, archon, onoma theo. And in obedience fitted for the understanding of mean capacities by the adorer, and the most unworthy of their love, John Heydon, a servant of God, and secretary of nature. Heydon, John, b. 1629. 1658 (1658) Wing H1672; Thomason E946_3; ESTC R207604 50,839 70 View Text
A94272 A treatise of the schism of England. Wherein particularly Mr. Hales and Mr. Hobbs are modestly accosted. / By Philip Scot. Permissu superiorum. Scot, Philip. 1650 (1650) Wing S942; Thomason E1395_1; ESTC R2593 51,556 285 View Text
A50456 Tutela sanitatis sive Vita protracta The protection of long life, and detection of its brevity, from diætic causes and common cutoms. Hygiastic præcautions and rules appropriate to the constitutions of bodyes; and various discrasyes or passions of minde; dayly to be observed for the preservation of health and prolougation of life. With a treatise of fontinells or issues. Whereunto is annexed Bellum necessarium sive Medicus belligerans the military or practical physitian reveiwing [sic] his armory: furnished with medical weapons munition against the secret invaders of life; fitted for all persons and assaults; with their safe and regular use, according to medical art and discipline by Everard Maynwaring doctor in physick. Maynwaringe, Everard, 1628-1699? 1664 (1664) Wing M1517; ESTC R213837 52,197 167 View Text
A56381 An account of the nature and extent of the divine dominion & goodnesse especially as they refer to the Origenian hypothesis concerning the preexistence of souls together with a special account of the vanity and groundlesness of the hypothesis it self : being a second letter written to his much honoured friend and kinsman, Mr. Nath. Bisbie / by Sam. Parker ... Parker, Samuel, 1640-1688. 1666 (1666) Wing P454; ESTC R22702 53,301 116 View Text
A96265 A discovery, and confutation of the opinions, and practises of some false brethren, betwixt Bridge, and Lincolne: shewing how they agree in their opinions, with Pelagians; Papists; Arminians; in their practises, with Anabaptists. Wherein univerall redemption is confuted; and Gods absolute decree confirmed. / By John Wetherall, minister of Spridlington, near Lincolne. March 22. 1651. Imprimatur. John Downame. Wetherall, John, minister of Spridlington. 1652 (1652) Wing W1523; Thomason E661_1; ESTC R206761 53,660 88 View Text
A54321 The astrologer anatomiz'd, or, The vanity of star-gazing art discovered by Benedictus Pererius ; and rendered into English by Percy Enderbie, Gent.; Adversus fallaces et superstitiosas artes. English Pererius, Benedictus, 1535-1610.; Enderbie, Percy, d. 1670. 1661 (1661) Wing P1465A; ESTC R40059 54,756 134 View Text
A09593 The perfect path to paradice Contayning diuers most ghostly and wholsome prayers, fruitfull and christian meditations, for the comfort of euery afflicted conscience: published in these dangerous dayes of wickednesse, and deliuered to all those that feare God, and hope for saluation in Christ Jesus, as a spirituall weapon to beate downe sinne, sathan, and all the power of hell, &c. By Iohn Phillips. Phillips, John, fl. 1570-1591. 1588 (1588) STC 19872; ESTC S106462 55,576 300 View Text
A81166 Mr. Culpepper's Treatise of aurum potabile Being a description of the three-fold world, viz. elementary celestial intellectual containing the knowledge necessary to the study of hermetick philosophy. Faithfully written by him in his life-time, and since his death, published by his wife. Culpeper, Nicholas, 1616-1654.; Culpeper, Nicholas, 1616-1654. Mr Culpepper's Ghost. 1657 (1657) Wing C7549A; ESTC R231704 57,249 219 View Text
A01313 A goodly gallerye with a most pleasaunt prospect, into the garden of naturall contemplation, to behold the naturall causes of all kynde of meteors, as wel fyery and ayery, as watry and earthly, of whiche sort be blasing sterres, shooting starres, flames in the ayre &c. tho[n]der, lightning, earthquakes, &c. rayne dewe, snowe, cloudes, springes &c. stones, metalles, earthes &c. to the glory of God, and the profit of his creaturs. Fulke, William, 1538-1589. 1563 (1563) STC 11435; ESTC S102684 57,855 146 View Text
A19798 A dialogue of witches, in foretime named lot-tellers, and novv commonly called sorcerers VVherein is declared breefely and effectually, vvhat soueuer may be required, touching that argument. A treatise very profitable ... and right necessary for iudges to vnderstande, which sit vpon lyfe and death. Written in Latin by Lambertus Danæus. And now translated into English.; De venificis quos olim sortilegos, nunc autem vulgo sortarios vocant, dialogus. English Daneau, Lambert, ca. 1530-1595?; Twyne, Thomas, 1543-1613, attributed name. 1575 (1575) STC 6226; ESTC S109219 58,911 164 View Text
A69248 The elements of logick by Peter Du Moulin. Translated out of the French copie by Nathanael De-lavvne, Bachelour of Arts in Cambridge. With the authors approbation; Elementa logica. English Du Moulin, Pierre, 1568-1658.; De Lawne, Nathaniel. 1624 (1624) STC 7323; ESTC S111073 60,322 228 View Text
A49109 The case of persecution, charg'd on the Church of England, consider'd and discharg'd, in order to her justification, and a desired union of Protestant dissenters Long, Thomas, 1621-1707. 1689 (1689) Wing L2961; ESTC R6944 61,317 83 View Text
A19856 The replie of Iohn Darrell, to the answer of Iohn Deacon, and Iohn Walker, concerning the doctrine of the possession and dispossession of demoniakes Darrel, John, b. ca. 1562. 1602 (1602) STC 6284; ESTC S109294 61,620 110 View Text
A06810 Timothies taske: or a Christian sea-card guiding through the coastes of a peaceable conscience to a peace constant, and a crowne immortall. Wherein I. Pastors are put in minde of their double dutie, and how to discharge it. 1. Personall, as watchfull men. 2. Pastorall, as faithfull watchmen. II. True doctrine is advanced. III. Traditions discountenanced, & their rancour discovered. In two synodall assemblies at carliell, out of two seuerall, but sutable scriptures. This of I Timoth. 4.16. and that of Actes 20.28. Since concorporate, and couched with augmentation vnder their prime head: By Robert Mandevill, sometimes of Queenes Colledge in Oxford, and preacher of Gods word at Abbey-holme in Cumberland. Mandevill, Robert, 1578-1618.; Vicars, Thomas, d. 1638. 1619 (1619) STC 17245; ESTC S102562 61,931 80 View Text
A76020 A treatise of adhering to God; written by Albert the Great, Bishop of Ratisbon. Put into English by Sir Kenelme Digby, Kt. Also a conference with a lady about choyce of religion.; De adhærendo Deo. English Albertus, Magnus, Saint, 1193?-1280.; Digby, Kenelm, Sir, 1603-1665. 1653 (1653) Wing A876; Thomason E1529_2; ESTC R25226 62,177 159 View Text
A43983 Decameron physiologicum, or, Ten dialogues of natural philosophy by Thomas Hobbes ... ; to which is added The proportion of a straight line to half the arc of a quadrant, by the same author. Hobbes, Thomas, 1588-1679.; Hobbes, Thomas, 1588-1679. Proportion of a straight line to half the arc of a quadrant. 1678 (1678) Wing H2226; ESTC R2630 62,801 138 View Text
A47040 The future state, or, A discourse attempting some display of the souls happiness, in regard to that eternally progressive knowledge, or eternal increase of knowledge, and the consequences of it, which is amongst the blessed in heaven by a country gentleman, a worshipper of God in the way of the Church of England. Whitaker, Edward.; Jones, George, d. 1704. 1683 (1683) Wing J941B; ESTC R13197 63,632 160 View Text
A06164 The diuel coniured Lodge, Thomas, 1558?-1625. 1596 (1596) STC 16655; ESTC S109564 63,922 90 View Text
A25315 A discourse concerning the divine dreams mention'd in Scripture together with the marks and characters by which they might be distinguish'd from vain delusions : in a letter to Monsieur Gaches / by Moses Amyraldus ; translated out of French by Ja. Lowde ...; Discours sur les songes divins dont il est parlé dans l'Escriture. English Amyraut, Moïse, 1596-1664.; Lowde, James.; Gaches, Raymond, d. 1668. 1676 (1676) Wing A3034; ESTC R16142 63,942 221 View Text