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B05979 The Earle of Strafford, his speech in the Tower to the Lords, before hee went to execution. May the 12. day. 1641. Strafford, Thomas Wentworth, Earl of, 1593-1641. 1641 (1641) Wing S5793; ESTC R184662 5,727 11 View Text
A61726 The two last speeches of Thomas Wentworth, late Earle of Strafford, and deputy of Ireland the one in the Tower, the other on the scaffold on Tower-Hill, May the 12th, 1641. Strafford, Thomas Wentworth, Earl of, 1593-1641. 1641 (1641) Wing S5800; ESTC R9625 6,309 11 View Text
A93942 The last speeches of Thomas Wentworth, late Earle of Strafford, and deputy of Ireland The one in the Tovver, the other on the scaffold on Tower-Hill, May the twelfth. 1641. Together with his deportment before and at the end of his execution. Strafford, Thomas Wentworth, Earl of, 1593-1641. 1641 (1641) Wing S5785B; ESTC R231586 7,448 12 View Text
A93951 The two last speeches of Thomas Wentworth, late Earle of Strafford, and deputy of Ireland The one in the Tower, the other on the scaffold on Tower-Hill, May the 12th 1641. Strafford, Thomas Wentworth, Earl of, 1593-1641. 1641 (1641) Wing S5800aA; ESTC R230021 8,086 12 View Text
A80101 Gods truth is faithfull in what it speaketh unto sin and death: It giveth it not too bad a name, because truth is justifi'd by him, which is just; therein it hath a crown of life, and shal have, though death like swarms of wasps are round about it. / Written by one called, John Cole-Venman. Cole-Venman, John. 1658 (1658) Wing C5096A; ESTC R174030 8,135 17 View Text
A37324 A letter from a Protestant of integrity to a principal peer of the realm now sitting in Parliament by way of animadversion on a letter from a person of quality to the same peer of the realm : occasioned by the present debate upon the penal laws. C. D. 1661 (1661) Wing D53; ESTC R26472 11,502 20 View Text
A55499 A Christian caveat to all loyal subjects, or, A looking-glass displaying the foul face of phanaticism ... A. P. 1684 (1684) Wing P3; ESTC R14437 11,685 23 View Text
A47413 A sermon preached at Lewis in the diocess of Chichester by the Lord Bp. of Chichester, at his visitation held there, Octob. 8, 1662. King, Henry, 1592-1669. 1663 (1663) Wing K506; ESTC R17990 15,047 47 View Text
A13857 The profe and declaration of thys proposition: fayth only iustifieth: gathered [and] set forth by Richarde Tracy; Profe and declaration of thys proposition: fayth only justifieth. Tracy, Richard, d. 1569. 1543 (1543) STC 24164; ESTC S104938 17,685 66 View Text
A51603 Truths in a true light, or, A pastoral letter to the reformed Protestants in Barbados vindicating the Non-Conformists from the misrepresentations commonly made of them, in that island and other places : and demonstrating that they are indeed the truest and soundest part of the Church of England / from Francis Mackemie. Mackemie, Francis. 1699 (1699) Wing M308; ESTC R31151 20,261 41 View Text
B05935 A sermon preached in S. George's Church Southwark, at the funeral of that pious and worthy gentlewoman, Mrs. Frances Fenn. / By R. Sparke ... Sparke, Robert. 1679 (1679) Wing S4819; ESTC R184509 20,356 36 View Text
A09052 The barren trees doome a sermon preached at Newbery on the fifth day of August. Beeing the day of his Maiesties most happy deliuerance from the bloudy conspiracie of the Earle of Gowry and his brother Alexander. By Bartholomevv Parsons Batchelour in Diuinitie, and vicar of Collingborne Kingstone in the countie of Wiltes. Parsons, Bartholomew, 1574-1642. 1616 (1616) STC 19344; ESTC S114079 20,572 39 View Text
A20573 A sermon preached at Saint Marie Spittle April. 10. 1615. By Thomas Anyan Doctour of Divinity, and president of Corpus Christi College in Oxon Anyan, Thomas, 1580 or 81-1632. 1615 (1615) STC 698; ESTC S115864 24,159 48 View Text
A15722 The patterne of an inuincible faith A sermon preached at Paules Crosse, the first Sunday after Trinity, being the 2d. of Iune. 1616. By VVilliam VVorship, Doctor of Diuinitie. Worship, William. 1616 (1616) STC 25995; ESTC S120350 24,803 50 View Text
A13565 The recantations as they were seuerallie pronounced by VVylliam Tedder and Anthony Tyrrell (sometime two seminarie priests of the English Colledge in Rome and nowe by the great mercie of almightie God conuerted, vnto the profession of the Gospell of Iesus Christ) at Paules Crosse, the day and yeere as is mentioned in their seuerall tytles of theyr recantations vvith an epistle dedicatorie vnto Her Maiestie and their seuerall præfaces vnto the reader, contayning the causes that mooued them to the same. Tedder, William.; Tyrrell, Anthony, 1552-1610? Recantation or abjuration of Anthonie Tyrrell. 1588 (1588) STC 23859.3; ESTC S4937 25,091 50 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
A73882 The Christian's theorico-practicon: or, His whole duty consisting of knowledge and practice. Expressed in two sermons or discourses at S. Maryes in Oxon. By Robert Dyer, Mr. of Arts, late of Lincolne Colledge and Hart-hall in Oxon, now lecturer at the Devizes in Wiltshire. Dyer, Robert, b. 1602 or 3. 1633 (1633) STC 7393.5; ESTC S125218 27,164 126 View Text
A17590 A sermon preached before the right honorable Earle of Darbie, and diuers others assembled in his honors chappell at Newparke in Lankashire, the second of Ianuarie. Anno humanæ salut, 1577 Caldwell, John, parson of Winwick. 1577 (1577) STC 4367; ESTC S107405 29,430 86 View Text
A02624 A prophesie of Cadvvallader, last king of the Britaines containing a comparison of the English kings, with many worthy Romanes, from William Rufus, till Henry the fift. Henry the fift, his life and death. Foure battels betweene the two houses of Yorke and Lancaster. The field of Banbery. The losse of Elizabeth. The praise of King Iames. And lastly a poeme to the yong Prince. Herbert, William, fl. 1604.; Cadwaladr, Vendigaid, d. 664? 1604 (1604) STC 12752; ESTC S103828 31,064 72 View Text
A02904 Hels torments, and heavens glorie Rowlands, Samuel, 1570?-1630? 1601 (1601) STC 13048.5; ESTC S2725 31,181 186 View Text
A16590 A sermon of repentaunce, made by Iohn Bradforde Bradford, John, 1510?-1555. 1553 (1553) STC 3496; ESTC S106825 33,698 128 View Text
A42854 Glorifying of God the just tribute of a thankfull people, discovered and press'd in a sermon preach'd December 2. 1697. Being the day of thanksgiving for the peace. 1698 (1698) Wing G867A; ESTC R218331 35,273 66 View Text
A29096 The good old way, or, An excellent and profitable treatise of repentance made by John Bradford in the yeare 1553. Now published with two prefaces relating the life of the author, and the excellencey of the worke. Bradford, John, 1510?-1555.; Harris, Robert, 1581-1658.; Wilkinson, Henry, 1616-1690. 1652 (1652) Wing B4106; ESTC R25287 35,398 95 View Text
A19595 The declaration of Mr. Patrik Crawfurd his returne from poperie to the true religion, which is according to the Word of God, in holie Scripture Crawfurd, Patrick. 1627 (1627) STC 6032; ESTC S117118 36,279 66 View Text
A02604 A most excelent and fruitful treatise, called Patericks Places concerning the doctrine of fayth, and the doctrine of the law: which being knowen, you haue the pith of all diuinitie. With a briefe collection or exposition of a summe of S. Pauls doctrine touching iustification by fayth, in Iesus Christ: which is the only marke to shoote at, and the only meanes to obtaine saluation. Selected and reduced into this volume by I.D. 1598.; Patrick's Places. English Hamilton, Patrick, 1504?-1528.; Frith, John, 1503-1533.; I. D. 1598 (1598) STC 12734; ESTC S105993 37,059 67 View Text
A16877 Sententiae pueriles, translated grammatically leading the learner, as by the hand, to construe right, parse, and make the same Latine; also to get both matter and phrase, most speedily and surely, without inconuenience.; Sententiæ pueriles pro primis Latinæ linguæ tyronibus, ex diversis scriptoribus collectæ. English Culmann, Leonhard, 1498?-1562.; Brinsley, John, fl. 1581-1624. 1612 (1612) STC 3774; ESTC S119296 37,145 100 View Text
A15502 Selfe deniall: or, A Christians hardest taske. Written by Christopher Wilson; preacher of the Word of God, &c. Wilson, Christopher, 1579 or 80-1624. 1625 (1625) STC 25767; ESTC S120182 37,902 86 View Text
A14189 Peters fall Two sermons vpon the historie of Peters denying Christ. Wherin we may see the causes of mans falling from God, and the manner how, both of the wicked thorough incredulitie, and of the godly by infirmitie: and also the way that God hath set downe in his worde to rise againe. By Iohn Vdall, preacher of the word of God at Kingston vpon Temmes. Udall, John, 1560?-1592. 1584 (1584) STC 24503; ESTC S101285 38,462 103 View Text
A01548 A sparke tovvard the kindling of sorrow for Sion A meditation on Amos 6. 6. Being the summe of a sermon preached at Sergeants Inne in Fleet-Street. By Thomas Gataker B. of D. and pastor of Rotherhith. Gataker, Thomas, 1574-1654. 1621 (1621) STC 11675; ESTC S102988 39,090 56 View Text
A45229 The husbandman's jewel directing how to improve land from 10 l. per annum to 50 l. with small charge by planting ... Markham, Gervase, 1568?-1637. 1695 (1695) Wing H3806; ESTC T36873 39,874 54 View Text
A84588 A guide to salvation, bequeathed to a person of honour, by his dying-friend the R.F. Br. Laurence Eason, Ord. S. Franc. S. Th. L. Eason, Laurence. 1673 (1673) Wing E99aA; ESTC R230984 39,971 127 View Text
A26231 A dialogue (or familiar discourse) and conference betweene the husbandman and fruit-trees in his nurseries, orchards, and gardens wherein are discovered many usefull and profitable observations and experriments [sic] in nature, in the ordering fruit-trees for temporall profitt ... / by Ra. Austen ... Austen, Ralph, d. 1676. 1676 (1676) Wing A4233; ESTC R5888 40,239 128 View Text
B06542 A brief, and plain apology written by John Wheelwright: wherein he doth vindicate himself, from al [sic] those errors, heresies, and flagitious crimes, layed to his charge by Mr. Thomas Weld, in his short story, and further fastened upon him, by Mr. Samuel Rutherford in his survey of antinomianisme. Wherein free grace is maintained in three propositions, and four thesis [sic] ... Wheelwright, John, 1594-1679. 1658 (1658) Wing W1604; ESTC R186427 40,565 36 View Text
A63802 A new art of brewing beer, ale, and other sorts of liquors so as to render them more healthfull to the body and agreeable to nature, and to keep them longer from souring, with less trouble and charge then generally practised, which will be a means to prevent those torturing distempers of the stone, gravel, gout, and dropsie : together with easie experiments for making excellent drinks with apples, currans, goodberries, cherries, herbs, seeds, and hay &c., and the way to preserve eggs five or six months from being musty or rotten : wih an appendix how to make fruit trees constantly fruitful : also a way how every one may purge themselves with common salad herbs and roots, and a method how to prevent constiveness in the body / by the author of The way to long life, health, and happiness &c. Tryon, Thomas, 1634-1703. 1690 (1690) Wing T3187; ESTC R26334 40,831 148 View Text
A30198 Reprobation asserted, or, The doctrine of eternal election & reprobation promiscuously handled in eleven chapters wherein the most material objections made by the opposers of this doctrine are fully answered, several doubts removed, and sundry cases of conscience resolved / by John Bunyan. Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. 1674 (1674) Wing B5588; ESTC R30870 43,018 51 View Text
A69920 The discovery of the most dangerous dead faith by John Eaton ... Eaton, John, 1574 or 5-1641.; Eaton, John, 1574 or 5-1641. Abrahams steps of faith.; Eaton, John, 1574 or 5-1641. True treasure of the heart. 1642 (1642) Wing E114; ESTC R23218 43,616 232 View Text
A26232 Observations upon some part of Sr Francis Bacon's Naturall history as it concernes fruit-trees, fruits, and flowers especially the fifth, sixth, and seaventh centuries, improving the experiments mentioned, to the best advantage / by R.A. Austen, practiser in the art of planting. Austen, Ralph, d. 1676.; Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. Sylva sylvarum. 1658 (1658) Wing A4234; ESTC R13917 44,554 57 View Text
A42101 The comparative anatomy of trunks together with an account of their vegetation grounded thereupon; in two parts: the former read before the Royal Society, Feb. 25. 1674/5; the latter, June 17. 1675. The whole explicated by several figures in nineteen copper-plates; presented to the Royal Society in the years 1673. and 1674. By Nehemiah Grew, M.D. and fellow of the Royal Society. Grew, Nehemiah, 1641-1712. 1675 (1675) Wing G1947; ESTC R218849 45,132 161 View Text
A91901 The petitioners vindication from calumnie and aspersion. And the young mans animation to the building up of Zion. Published in their defence, against a scurrilous book or pamphlet lately written against them by I.W. and scandalously intituled, Petitions against bishops and their votes in Parliament. Subscribed unto after a clandestine, delivered after a tumultuous manner, and falsly going under the name of a whole county or town, proved to be both contrary to our late taken Protestation, as also utterly unlawfull by many other cleare and evident reasons. Now answered and refuted, and petitions delivered unto the Parliament, by impregnable reasons proved to be both lawfull, and according to the petitioners duty, and the late taken Protestation. With many other remarkable passages worthy of observation. By T. Robinson, veritati devotum. Robinson, T., fl. 1642. 1642 (1642) Wing R1715; Thomason E146_24; ESTC R212725 45,496 53 View Text
A67327 Spiritual armour to defend the head from the superfluity of naughtiness being a loving and Christian tender, humbly offered to the pious and serious consideration of the ministers of the Gospel and to all others it may concern : wherein is proved that it is unlawful for women to cut their hair polled or shorn and men to wear the same to cover their heads : together with how men and women ought according to the written law of God and nature to wear their hair. Wall, Thomas. 1688 (1688) Wing W488; ESTC R26304 45,767 52 View Text
A46697 Certaine letters of Henry Jeanes minister of Gods word at Chedzoy and Dr. Jeremy Taylor concerning a passage of his, in his further explication of originall sin. Jeanes, Henry, 1611-1662.; Taylor, Jeremy, 1613-1667. 1660 (1660) Wing J504; ESTC R202621 45,871 48 View Text
A09410 An exposition of the Lords praier in the way of catechisme By William Perkins; Perkins upon the Lords praier Perkins, William, 1558-1602. 1593 (1593) STC 19701; ESTC S113660 46,459 156 View Text
A03787 A sermon preached at Paules Crosse the ix. of Februarie. Anno Dom. 1583. By I. Hudson, Maister of Arte, of Oxon Hudson, John, M.A., Oxon. 1584 (1584) STC 13904; ESTC S116559 46,934 118 View Text
A19859 The triall of Maist. Dorrell, or A collection of defences against allegations not yet suffered to receiue convenient answere Tending to cleare him from the imputation of teaching Sommers and others to counterfeit possession of divells. That the mist of pretended counterfetting being dispelled, the glory of Christ his royall power in casting out divels (at the prayer and fasting of his people) may evidently appeare. 1599 (1599) STC 6287; ESTC S113066 47,231 104 View Text
A86502 The peasants price of spirituall liberty. VVherein is represented the complexion of the times, and considerations to cure it. In three sermons. By Nathaniel Homes, D.D. Homes, Nathanael, 1599-1678. 1642 (1642) Wing H2571; Thomason E151_1; ESTC R15127 49,057 90 View Text
A84337 The axe, against sin and error; and the truth conquering. A sermon on Matthew 3. 10. Now also the ax is laid to the root of the trees, therefore every tree, that bringeth not forth good fruit, is hewn down, and cast into the fire. At which, a Christian confessed, she was converted; and because it did good to her, desired it might be preached again at her funerall, that it might do good to others, ... wherein are shewed the causes of the sword upon England, and on the Lutherans, and the remedies that must be used, before the judgements cease. / Written by John Eachard, M. A. of Trin. Col. Camb. and pastor of Darsham in Suffolke. Published according to order. Eachard, John, 17th cent. 1646 (1646) Wing E46; Thomason E322_26; ESTC R200585 51,668 51 View Text
A06652 The actes of Christe and of Antichriste concernyng bothe their life and doctrine: diligently gathered and now taken out of his workes, by Thomas Becon. Becon, Thomas, 1512-1567. 1577 (1577) STC 1711; ESTC S116649 51,783 140 View Text
A10553 The redemption of lost time Powel, Daniel. 1608 (1608) STC 20825; ESTC S105744 52,135 280 View Text
A18760 A pleasaunte laborinth called Churchyardes chance framed on fancies, vttered with verses, and writte[n] to giue solace to euery well disposed mynde: wherein notwithstanding are many heauie epitaphes, sad and sorowfull discourses and sutche a multitude of other honest pastymes for the season (and passages of witte) that the reader therein maie thinke his tyme well bestowed. All whiche workes for the pleasure of the worlde, and recreation of the worthie, are dedicated to the right honourable sir Thomas Bromley knight, lorde Chancelour of Englande.; Churchyardes chance Churchyard, Thomas, 1520?-1604. 1580 (1580) STC 5250; ESTC S105045 53,461 90 View Text
A33944 The marrow of Christianity, or, A spirituall discovery of some principles of truth meet to be knowne of all the saints : represented in ten sections / by T. Collier ; whereunto is added an epistle, written by M. Saltmarsh. Collier, Thomas, fl. 1691.; Saltmarsh, M. 1650 (1650) Wing C5292; ESTC R29305 55,174 122 View Text
A80146 The marrow of Christianity: or, A spirituall discoverie of some principles of truth, meet to be known of all the saints; represented in ten sections. / By T. Collier, minister of the gospel. Whereunto is added an epistle, written by M. Saltmarsh. Collier, Thomas, fl. 1691.; Towne, Robert, 1592 or 3-1663. Assertion of grace. 1647 (1647) Wing C5291; Wing T1978; Thomason E1157_1; Thomason E1157_2; ESTC R208677 55,702 142 View Text
B12473 A sub-poena from the star-chamber of heauen A sermon preached at Pauls Crosse the 4. of August. 1622. With some particular enlargements which the limited time would not then allow. By Dan. Donne, Master of Arts, and minister of the Word. Donne, Daniel, d. 1646. 1623 (1623) STC 7021; ESTC S121163 55,741 137 View Text
A16596 A double summons the one, to vnfained repentance. The other, to the worthie receiuing of the Lords Supper. Deliuered in two notable sermons: made, by that worthy martyr of Christ, Iohn Bradford: who suffered in Smith-field An[n]o. Domini. 1555.; Two notable sermons Bradford, John, 1510?-1555.; Sampson, Thomas, 1517?-1589. 1617 (1617) STC 3503; ESTC S116484 55,784 167 View Text
A58064 Of gardens four books first written in Latine verse by Renatus Rapinus ; and now made English by J.E.; Hortorum libri IV. English Rapin, René, 1621-1687.; Evelyn, John, 1655-1699. 1672 (1672) Wing R268; ESTC R6425 57,715 284 View Text
A26659 The church triumphant, or, A comfortable treatise of the amplitude and largeness of the kingdom of Christ wherein is proved by Scriptures and reason, that the number of the damned is inferiour to that of the elect / by Joseph Alford ... Alford, Joseph. 1649 (1649) Wing A921; ESTC R22399 57,799 139 View Text
A11115 Heavens glory, seeke it. Earts [sic] vanitie, flye it. Hells horror, fere it Rowlands, Samuel, 1570?-1630?; Sparke, Michael, d. 1653, attributed name. 1628 (1628) STC 21383; ESTC S112117 58,519 284 View Text
A11116 A most excellent treatise containing the way to seek heavens glory, to flie earths vanity, to feare hells horror with Godly prayers and the bell-mans summons. Rowlands, Samuel, 1570?-1630? 1639 (1639) STC 21384; ESTC S502 58,638 288 View Text
A44351 Heavens treasvry opened in a fruitfull exposition of the Lord's Prayer together with the principal grounds of Christian religion briefly unfolded / by Tho. Hooker. Hooker, Thomas, 1586-1647. 1645 (1645) Wing H2650; ESTC R32035 59,299 265 View Text
A38807 Pomona, or, An appendix concerning fruit-trees in relation to cider the making and several ways of ordering it. Evelyn, John, 1620-1706. 1670 (1670) Wing E3509; ESTC R23741 59,491 72 View Text
A95626 A vindication of the orthodoxe Protestant doctrine against the innovations of Dr. Drayton and Mr. Parker, domestique chaplain to the Right Honourable the E. of Pembroke, in the following positions. Tendring, John. 1657 (1657) Wing T681; Thomason E926_5 59,895 91 View Text
A68044 Cornu-copiæ, Pasquils night-cap: or, Antidot for the head-ache Fennor, William.; Breton, Nicholas, 1545?-1626?, attributed name. 1612 (1612) STC 10782.5; ESTC S104717 62,177 134 View Text
A13103 A motiue to good workes Or rather, to true Christianitie indeede. Wherein by the waie is shewed, how farre wee are behinde, not onely our fore-fathers in good workes, but also many other creatures in the endes of our creation: with the difference betwixt the pretenced [sic] good workes of the Antichristian Papist, and the good workes of the Christian Protestant. By Phillip Stubbes, Gentleman. Stubbes, Phillip. 1593 (1593) STC 23397; ESTC S111359 64,680 234 View Text
A16573 The complaynt of veritie, made by Iohn Bradford. An exhortacion of Mathewe Rogers, vnto his children. The complaynt of Raufe Allerton and others, being prisoners in Lolers tower, & wrytten with their bloud, how god was their comforte. A songe of Caine and Abell. The saieng of maister Houper, that he wrote the night before he suffered, vppon a wall with a cole, in the newe In, at Gloceter, and his saiyng at his deathe Bradford, John, 1510?-1555.; Rogers, Matthew. Instruction of a father to his children.; Allerton, Ralph. A lamentable complaynt of the afflicted, unto god our onely healper.; Allerton, Ralph. A briefe rehersal of parte of the aucthours trouble, entituled God is my comforte.; Allerton, Ralph. Songe of the poore prisoners in Lolers tower.; Hooper, John, d. 1555. Wordes of Maister Houper at his death.; Hooper, John, d. 1555. These are the wordes that Maister John Houper wrote on the wall with a cole, in the newe inne in Gloceter, the night before he suffered. 1559 (1559) STC 3479; ESTC S112643 64,740 174 View Text
A10059 Spirituall odours to the memory of Prince Henry in foure of the last sermons preached in St James after his Highnesse death, the last being the sermon before the body, the day before the funerall. By Daniel Price then chaplaine in attendance. Price, Daniel, 1581-1631. 1613 (1613) STC 20304; ESTC S115195 65,346 124 View Text
A11086 Two treatises of the Lord his holie Supper the one instructing the seruants of God how they should be prepared when they come to the holy Supper of our onely Sauiour Iesus Christ: whereunto is annexed a dialogue conteining the principall points necessarie to be knowne and vnderstood of all them that are to be partakers of the holy Supper: the other setting forth dialoguewise the whole vse of the Supper: whereunto also is adioyned a briefe and learned treatise of the true Sacrifice and true priest. Written in the French tongue by Yues Rouspeau and Iohn de l'Espine ministers of the word of God, and latelie translated into English. Rouspeau, Yves.; L'Espine, Jean de, ca. 1506-1597. Dialogue de la Cène de N.S. Jesus-Christ. aut; Rouspeau, Yves. Traitté de la préparation à la saincte cene. 1584 (1584) STC 21354; ESTC S106120 65,641 128 View Text
A52266 An introduction to the art of logick composed for the use of English schools, and all such who having no opportunity of being instructed in the Latine tongue ... / by John Newton ... Newton, John, 1622-1678. 1671 (1671) Wing N1063; ESTC R20761 67,588 216 View Text
A19862 The wonderfull combate (for Gods glorie and mans saluation) betweene Christ and Satan Opened in seuen most excellent, learned and zealous sermons, vpon the temptations of Christ, in the wilderness, &c. Seene and allowed. Andrewes, Lancelot, 1555-1626. 1592 (1592) STC 629; ESTC S100202 68,496 222 View Text
A07168 A booke of the arte and maner, howe to plant and graffe all sortes of trees howe to set stones, and sowe pepines to make wylde trees to graffe on, as also remedies and mediicnes [sic]. VVith diuers other newe practise, by one of the Abbey of Saint Vincent in Fraunce, practised with his owne handes, deuided into seauen chapters, as hereafter more plainely shall appeare, with an addition in the ende of this booke, of certaine Dutch practises, set forth and Englished, by Leonard Mascall. Mascall, Leonard, d. 1589.; Brossard, David. Art et manière de semer et faire pépinières de sauvageaux. 1572 (1572) STC 17574; ESTC S112379 70,468 124 View Text
B12376 Heauens ioy, for a sinners repentance A sermon preached at VVhite-Hall the 4. of March, 1623. By Iohn Denison, Doctor of Diuinity, one of his Maiesties chaplaines. Denison, John, d. 1629. 1623 (1623) STC 6590; ESTC S109579 71,485 186 View Text
A13141 A Sum or a brief collection of holy signes, sacrifices and sacraments, euen since the beginning of the worlde and the true originall of the sacrifice of the masse / translated out of French into Englishe by N. Lynge. Ling, Nicholas, fl. 1563. 1563 (1563) STC 23433; ESTC S123835 72,836 196 View Text
A06955 A new yeares gyfte more precious than golde worthy to be embrased no lesse ioyfully than tha[n]kfully of euery true christe[n] man, newly published by Theodore Basille. Becon, Thomas, 1512-1567. 1543 (1543) STC 1738; ESTC S109206 72,867 228 View Text
A07557 The princelie progresse of the church militant marching forth by the steps of the flocke to her triumphant bridegrome Christ Iesus. Encountered with an erronius army, turned aside from Iesus to the Ieesitcall [sic] faction, to fight with the lambe, and make warre with the saints. As it appeareth in the ensuing opposition. With an addition demonstrating the abolishing of Antichrist, supreme head of heretickes, and vniuersall maintainer of treason. Written by Thomas Bedle. Bedle, Thomas. 1610 (1610) STC 1794; ESTC S113620 73,293 130 View Text
A50005 The manner of ordering fruit-trees by the Sieur Le Gendre ... ; wherein is treated of nurseries, wall-fruits, hedges of fruit-trees, dwarf-trees, high-standers, &c. ; written originally in French and translated faithfully into English at the request of severall persons of honour.; Manière de cultiver les arbres fruitiers. English Arnauld d'Andilly, Monsieur (Robert), 1588-1674.; Evelyn, John, 1620-1706. 1660 (1660) Wing L943A; ESTC R21095 73,508 218 View Text
A12991 A sermon preached at Paules Crosse on Barthelmew day, being the 24. of August. 1578 Wherin, besides many other profitable matters meete for all Christians to follovv, is at large prooued, that it is the part of all those that are fathers, householders, and scholemaisters, to instruct all those vnder their gouernement, in the vvord and knovvledge of the Lorde. By Iohn Stockvvood scholemaister of Tunbridge. Stockwood, John, d. 1610. 1578 (1578) STC 23284; ESTC S106625 73,966 202 View Text
A14001 Nevv essayes: meditations, and vowes including in them the chiefe duties of a Christian, both for faith, and manners. By Thomas Tuke, minister of Gods Word, at S. Giles in the Fields.; New essayes: meditations, and vowes. Tuke, Thomas, d. 1657. 1614 (1614) STC 24312; ESTC S105349 74,323 307 View Text
A08870 An introduction into the bookes of the prophets and apostles Written by Peter Palladius, Doctor of Diuinity and Byshop of Rochil. Faithfully translated out of Latin into English. By Edw. Vaughan.; Isagoge ad libros propheticos et apostolicos. English Palladius, Peder, 1503-1560.; Melanchthon, Philipp, 1497-1560.; Vaughan, Edward, preacher at St. Mary Woolnoth. 1598 (1598) STC 19153; ESTC S113915 75,737 224 View Text
A09597 The Christians A.B.C., or, A Christian alphabet contayning grounds of knowledge vnto saluation first propounded in alphabeticall forme, each proposition being seconded with some solid reasons : secondly repeated by way of question and answer, with the proofe of euery particular point of doctrine, acquainting the reader with the most select texts of scripture, whereupon our Christian faith is grounded / by I.P. B. of D. Phillips, John, d. 1640. 1629 (1629) STC 19877.5; ESTC S3143 76,873 278 View Text
A14879 The plaine mans pilgrimage. Or iovrney tovvards heaven Wherein if hee walke carefully he may attaine to euerlasting life. By W.W. Webster, William, treatise writer. 1613 (1613) STC 25181; ESTC S101835 77,422 180 View Text
A90682 The Christians rescue from the grand error of the heathen, (touching the fatal necessity of all events) and the dismal consequences thereof, which have slily crept into the church. In several defences of some notes, writ to vindicate the primitive and scriptural doctrine of Gods decrees. By Thomas Pierce rector of Brington in Northamptonshire. Pierce, Thomas, 1622-1691. 1658 (1658) Wing P2166; Thomason E949_1; ESTC R18613 77,863 94 View Text
A77888 A treatise of divine meditation, by that faithful servant of Jesus Christ Mr. John Ball, late minister of the Gospel at Whitmore in Staffordshire. Published by Simeon Ashe, preacher of the Gospel at Austins, London. Ball, John, 1585-1640. 1660 (1660) Wing B575; Thomason E1875_1; ESTC R209786 79,889 304 View Text
A72769 The exercise of a Christian life written by G.L. ; being the first ground and foundaion [sic], whence the two treatises appertaining to resolution, were made and framed, by R.P.; Esercizio della vita cristiana. English Loarte, Gaspare, d. 1578.; Parsons, Robert, 1546-1610.; Banister, Mr. 1594 (1594) STC 16644.5; ESTC S2211 82,607 248 View Text
A30899 Quakerism confirmed, or, A vindication of the chief doctrines and principles of the people called Qvakers from the arguments and objections of the students of divinity (so called) of Aberdeen in their book entituled Quakerism convassed [sic] by Robert Barclay and George Keith. Barclay, Robert, 1648-1690.; Keith, George, 1639?-1716. 1676 (1676) Wing B733; ESTC R37061 83,121 93 View Text
A17258 A guide vnto godlinesse: or, A plaine and familiar explanation of the ten commandements, by questions and answeres fittest for the instruction of the simple and ignorant people. By Francis Bunny, one of the prebendaries of the Cathedrall Church of Durham.; Guide unto godlinesse. Bunny, Francis, 1543-1617. 1617 (1617) STC 4100; ESTC S119539 83,481 241 View Text
A17306 A plea to an appeale trauersed dialogue wise. By H.B. Burton, Henry, 1578-1648. 1626 (1626) STC 4153; ESTC S106969 84,171 122 View Text
A08488 Sions teares leading to ioy: or The vvaters of Marah sweetned First preached at Clonenagh in the Queenes County in seuerall sermons, and now published for the benefite of the Church. By Ri: Olmstead, minister of Gods word, and Master of Arts. Olmstead, Richard. 1630 (1630) STC 18811; ESTC S120808 86,010 266 View Text
A28633 Paracelsus his Aurora, & treasure of the philosophers· As also the water-stone of the wise men; describing the matter of, and manner how to attain the universal tincture. Faithfully Englished· And published by J. H. Oxon.; Aurora thesaurusque philosophorum. English. Paracelsus, 1493-1541.; J. H.; Böhme, Jakob, 1575-1624. Correspondence. English. Epistle 23. 1659 (1659) Wing B3540; ESTC R211463 86,113 244 View Text
A30200 The resurrection of the dead and eternall judgement, or, The truth of the resurrection of the bodies both of good and bad at the last day asserted and proved by Gods word : also, the manner and order of their coming forth of their graves, as also, with what bodies they do arise : together with a discourse of the last judgement, and the finall conclusion of the whole world / by John Bunyan. Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. 1665 (1665) Wing B5590; ESTC R34391 88,686 200 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
A07626 Quadrivium Sionis or the foure ways to Sion By John Monlas Mr of arts Monlas, John. 1633 (1633) STC 18020; ESTC S102304 90,305 189 View Text
A75801 A treatise of fruit-trees shewing the manner of grafting, setting, pruning, and ordering of them in all respects: according to divers new and easy rules of experience; gathered in ye space of twenty yeares. Whereby the value of lands may be much improued, in a shorttime [sic], by small cost, and little labour. Also discovering some dangerous errors, both in ye theory and practise of ye art of planting fruit-trees. With the alimentall and physicall vse of fruits. Togeather with the spirituall vse of an orchard: held-forth [sic] in divers similitudes betweene naturall & spirituall fruit-trees: according to Scripture & experie[n]ce. By Ra: Austen. Practiser in ye art of planting Austen, Ralph, d. 1676.; Goddard, John, fl. 1645-1671, 1653 (1653) Wing A4238; Thomason E701_5; Thomason E701_6; ESTC R12161 90,355 121 View Text
A06685 The soules pilgrimage to a celestial glorie: or, the perfect vvay to heaven and to God. Written by J.M. Master of Arts Monlas, John.; Maxwell, James, b. 1581, attributed name. 1634 (1634) STC 17141; ESTC S102722 91,677 186 View Text
A01041 A defence of the lavvful calling of the ministers of reformed churches, against the cavillations of Romanists Whereto is subioined, an epistle to a recusant, for clearing and maintaining some points of the former treatise of defence, challenged by a Roman Elymas Bar-Iesus-it. With a short discovery of the adversarie his dottage in his impertinent and rediculously deceitfull demands. By Patrik Forbes, of Coirse. Forbes, Patrick, 1564-1635. 1614 (1614) STC 11146; ESTC S114324 93,515 180 View Text
A85957 The fort-royal of Christianity defended. Or, a demonstration of the divinity of scripture, by way of excellency called the Bible. With a discussion of some of the great controversies in religion, about universal redemption, free-will, original sin, &c. For the establishing of Christians in truth in these atheistical trying times. / By Thomas Gery, B.D. and Rector of Barwell in Leicestershire. Gery, Thomas, d. 1670? 1657 (1657) Wing G618; Thomason E1702_1; ESTC R209377 93,977 264 View Text
A10112 A fruitefull and briefe discourse in two bookes: the one of nature, the other of grace with conuenient aunswer to the enemies of grace, vpon incident occasions offered by the late Rhemish notes in their new translation of the new Testament, & others. Made by Iohn Prime fellow of New Colledge in Oxford. Prime, John, 1550-1596. 1583 (1583) STC 20370; ESTC S106107 94,964 218 View Text
A84830 Truth's defence against the refined subtilty of the serpent held forth in divers answers to severall queries made by men (called ministers) in the North. Given forth by the light and power of God appearing in George Fox and Richard Hubberthorn Fox, George, 1624-1691.; Hubberthorn, Richard, 1628-1662. 1653 (1653) Wing F1970; Thomason E724_12; ESTC R207270 97,279 111 View Text
A12367 A preparatiue to mariage The summe whereof was spoken at a contract, and inlarged after. Whereunto is annexed a treatise of the Lords Supper, and another of vsurie. By Henrie Smith. Smith, Henry, 1550?-1591. 1591 (1591) STC 22685; ESTC S104139 97,988 337 View Text
A16087 The Epistles and Gospelles with a brief postil vpon the same from after Easter tyll Aduent, which is the somer parte set forth for the singuler co[m]moditie of all good Christen men and namely of prestes and curates.; Bible. N.T. Epistles. English. Taverner. Selections. 1540. Taverner, Richard, 1505?-1575. 1540 (1540) STC 2968; ESTC S718 99,411 186 View Text
A19451 The country-mans recreation, or the art of planting, graffing, and gardening in three bookes. The first declaring divers wayes of planting, and graffing ... also how to cleanse your grafts and cions, how to helpe barren and sicke trees, how to kill wormes and vermin and to preserve and keepe fruit, how to plant and proyne your vines, and to gather and presse your grape ... how to make your cider and perry ... The second treateth of the hop-garden, with necessary instructions for the making and the maintenance thereof ... Whereunto is added, the expert gardener, containing divers necessary and rare secrets belonging to that art ... Mascall, Leonard, d. 1589. Booke of the arte and maner, howe to plant and graffe all sortes of trees. aut; Scot, Reginald, 1538?-1599. Perfite platforme of a hoppe garden. aut 1640 (1640) STC 5874; ESTC S108874 101,331 202 View Text
A35531 Satyrical characters and handsome descriptions in letters written to severall persons of quality by Monsieur De Cyrano Bergerac ; translated out of the French by a person of honour.; Correspondence. English. Selections Cyrano de Bergerac, 1619-1655.; Person of honour. 1658 (1658) Wing C7718; ESTC R22479 102,673 199 View Text
A19440 A direction to the waters of lyfe Come and beholde, how Christ shineth before the Law, in the Law, and in the Prophetes: and withall the iudgements of God vpon all nations for the neglect of his holy worde, wherein they myght haue seene the same: both which are layde before your eyes in this litle discourse, by Roger Cotton draper. Cotton, Roger. 1590 (1590) STC 5866; ESTC S116423 103,832 110 View Text