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A41545 To all persons whom these may concern, in the several townes, and plantations of the United Colonies in New-England It is hereby declared, that his Highness the Lord Protectour of the Common wealth of England &c: hath commissoned and impowered Daniel Gookin dwelling at Cambridg in the Massachusets, to make agreement with any convenient number of the English in the colonies of New-England, who shall desire to remove themselves or families into Jamaica in the West-Indies,... Gookin, Daniel, 1612-1687. 1656 (1656) Wing G1271A; ESTC W6490 570 1 View Text
A65644 The Whigs laid open, or, An honest ballad of these sad times To a mery tune, called Old Symon the King. 1683 (1683) Wing W1658B; ESTC R219502 731 1 View Text
A97299 The zealous souldier. 1646 (1646) Wing Z12; Thomason 669.f.10[50]; ESTC R210447 1,005 1 View Text
A47462 The King of Poland's last speech to his country-men 1682 (1682) Wing K570; ESTC R25443 1,208 1 View Text
A65649 A whip for the back of a backsliding Brovvnist Crouch, Humphrey, fl. 1635-1671. 1640 (1640) Wing W1670; STC 3920; ESTC S119530 1,435 1 View Text
A17047 A whip for the back of a backsliding Brovvnist Crouch, Humphrey, fl. 1635-1671. 1640 (1640) STC 3920; Wing W1670; ESTC S119530 1,437 1 View Text
A85110 The phanaticks plot discovered being a true relation of their strange proceedings in Glocester-shire and other counties; and what hath since hapned upon the appearing of the two great bodies of frogs and toads, (as they pretended) in sundry shapes and dreadful colours; to the great wonder of all loyal subjects, that shall seriously peruse these following lines. To the tune of, Packingtons pound. 1660 (1660) Wing F404; Thomason 669.f.25[67]; ESTC R212528 1,517 1 View Text
A65635 Whig upon Whig, or, A pleasant dismal ballad on the old plotters newly found out to the tune of O hone, O hone. 1683 (1683) Wing W1650; ESTC R26471 1,574 2 View Text
A96625 England's changeling or, The time servers laid open in their colours, being a clear discovery of the new cheat of the thing called the good old cause. By one that hopes to see better times. Willis, Humphrey. 1659 (1659) Wing W2805; Thomason E988_16; ESTC R208112 2,609 8 View Text
A18741 The honor of the lawe. VVritten by Thomas Churchyard Gent Churchyard, Thomas, 1520?-1604. 1596 (1596) STC 5238; ESTC S105017 2,717 10 View Text
A91067 A proper new ballad on the old Parliament Or, the second part of Knave out of doores. To the tune of Hei ho my honey, my heart shall never rue, four and twenty now for your mony, and yet a hard pennyworth too. 1659 (1659) Wing P3671; Thomason 669.f.22[7]; ESTC R211328 3,953 1 View Text
A70049 The Bishop of Worcester's letter to his reverend clergy within the county and diocess of Worcester with some short and genuine animadversions upon it. Fleetwood, James, 1603-1683. 1681 (1681) Wing F1242A; ESTC R6831 4,334 4 View Text
B01462 Aron's rod: or a scourge for the malicious slanderers of the tribe of Levi 1690 (1690) Wing A44; ESTC R204296 4,803 4 View Text
A62949 The map of misery and the sinners plea by G.T. G. T. (Giles Tooker) 1650 (1650) Wing T1901A; ESTC R33694 5,390 18 View Text
A87136 Pour enclouer le canon. Harrington, James, 1611-1677. 1659 (1659) Wing H819; Thomason E980_6; ESTC R202587 5,783 8 View Text
A63972 A search after honesty a poem / by Mr. Tutchin. Tutchin, John, 1661?-1707. 1697 (1697) Wing T3383; ESTC R38381 5,825 21 View Text
A45619 Political discourses tending to the introduction of a free and equal commonwealth in England / by James Harrington, Esq. Harrington, James, 1611-1677. 1660 (1660) Wing H818; ESTC R689 5,862 10 View Text
A93554 Somnium Cantabrigiense, or A poem vpon the death of the late King brought to London, by a post to the muses. Post to the Muses. 1650 (1650) Wing S4670; Thomason E596_5; ESTC R206944 6,003 15 View Text
A93287 The state and dignitie of a secretarie of estates place, with the care and perill thereof, / written by the Right Honourable Robert late Earle of Salisbury. With his excellent instructions to the late Earle of Bedford, for the government of Barwick. A work worthy of memory. Salisbury, Robert Cecil, Earl of, 1563-1612.; Burghley, William Cecil, Baron, 1520-1598. 1642 (1642) Wing S387; Thomason E128_31; ESTC R23051 6,715 20 View Text
A38431 Englands repentance Englands only remedy ... in a letter written by a minister in London, in answer to one sent from a worthy member of the late Long Parliament. Minister in London. 1659 (1659) Wing E3041; ESTC R1986 6,953 12 View Text
A87242 A true copy of a second letter, sent from the Lord of Inchiquine to the honorable Collonell Michaell Iones commander in chiefe of the Parliaments forces in Leinster, and governor of the citty of Dublin, vvith Colonell Iones his answer, to the Lord of Inchiquines saied letter. Inchiquin, Murrough O'Brien, Earl of, 1614-1674.; Jones, Michael, d. 1649. 1649 (1649) Wing I135B; ESTC R223518 7,161 20 View Text
A67246 An ansvver to the sope-makers complaint wherein is clearly demonstrated their scandalous aspersions, and the falacies of their atguments [sic] proved before the honourable committee for regulating the excise, Octob. 23. 1650. As also the proceedings of the proposers and their severall proposals: wherein is found nothing prejudiciall to the Common-wealth; no excise further being further added, no man restrained, no man oppressed, but that every man may make what he can, so he pay his due. In which, such care shall be taken, as may tend to the benefit of the Common-wealth, and the reputation and profit of the trade of the sope-maker of London. By him that is a lover of honesty, and a well-willer to that trade. Walker, John, 1650-1730. 1650 (1650) Wing W391B; ESTC R219915 7,396 15 View Text
B01987 The character of a judge. In a letter from the country, to a friend in the city. 1700 (1700) Wing C1977A; ESTC N47165 8,276 12 View Text
A91054 The proceedings, votes, resolves, and acts of the late half-quarter Parliament, called the Rump: as it was taken out of their own journal-books, and printed for the general satisfaction of the nation. 1660 (1660) Wing P3628B; Thomason E1074_33 8,305 11 View Text
A88036 A letter to Mr. Tho. Edwards the dedication of the letter to our much suspected friend, Mr. T. Edwards, Scavenger Generall, throughout Great-Britaine, New England, and the united Provinces, chiefly Amsterdam, and Munster, and indeed by vertue of some faire pretences, intermeddler in all the states of Christendome, principally there where any thing of the spirit of Christ in the Saints appeares, trenching upon the honour, dignity, and preferment of the old man. The grand reformer, (alias reducer) of the free born sons of God, into the chaines of the their old Babilonish captivity, under the pretence of a Jus Divinum. At his dwelling in Club Courtbetween the Pope and Prelate, a little on this side the fagot in Smithfield, (or if in his monthely Pilgrimage) in the suburbs of Canterbury, at the knowne house of Mistris Gangrena Triplex, where conscience and he (but for a time we hope) shook hands and had each other farewell. Where he was lately discovered by many eye-witnesses: and where you may be sure at any time to meet with him. Published by authority. 1647 (1647) Wing L1721; Thomason E378_3; ESTC R201373 8,538 13 View Text
A64695 The Unbiased statesman laying the government in an equal balance, being a seasonable word for the commonwealth in a seasonable time / from a well seasoned friend, viz. a real lover of his country published for the begetting a right understanding between the people, their representatives and the army. 1659 (1659) Wing U30; ESTC R29571 8,677 16 View Text
A55791 A paralel between the proceedings of this present King, and this present Parliament 1648 (1648) Wing P337A; ESTC R221396 9,060 13 View Text
A85528 A diall, wherein is contained a remembrance of death, and the uncertainty of the time of death. With many good rules how for to lead a good life. Granger, William. 1648 (1648) Wing G1514; Thomason E429_8; ESTC R202242 9,090 17 View Text
A53899 A sermon preached November V, MDCLXXIII, at the Abbey-Church in Westminster by John, Lord Bishop of Chester. Pearson, John, 1613-1686. 1673 (1673) Wing P1009; ESTC R23235 9,602 27 View Text
B04311 A sermon preached on Sunday the XXVI of July, 1685. Being the day appointed for solemn thanksgiving to almighty God, for his Majesties late victory over the rebels. / Preached at Wakefield by Obadiah Lee, M.A. and vicar there. Lee, Obadiah, 1636 or 7-1700. 1685 (1685) Wing L885B; ESTC R222844 9,795 31 View Text
A92873 A discourse concerning the sovereign internal balsom wherein is intimated the ingredients, and method of its preparation; and a satisfactory account given of its great virtue, efficacy, and usefulnesse. With the manner of taking it, for the cure, and prevention of most diseases incident to humane bodies. By Thomas See, physitian. With allowance. See, Thomas, fl. 1665. 1665 (1665) Wing S2405A; ESTC R230271 10,045 18 View Text
A30525 A general epistle to all the saints being a visitation of the Fathers love unto the whole flock of God ... : to be read in all the assemblies, of them, that meet together to worship the Father in the spirit and truth ... / E.B. Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. 1660 (1660) Wing B6005; ESTC R14865 10,086 14 View Text
A96760 The petition, and narrative of Geo. Wither Esq; concerning his many grievances and long sufferings; with a preceding addresse made to the Honourable Members of Parliament in their single capacities, to incline them to a speedy consideration of his case in Parliament. Hodie nobis, cras vobis. Wither, George, 1588-1667. 1659 (1659) Wing W3178; Thomason E761_12; ESTC R207082 10,273 7 View Text
A50455 The test and tryal of medicines and the different modes of medical practice. Shewing what hopes of help, from physick and physicians. By E.M. Med. D. Maynwaringe, Everard, 1628-1699? 1690 (1690) Wing M1515; ESTC R217778 10,282 10 View Text
A15635 Epithalamia: or Nuptiall poems vpon the most blessed and happie mariage betweene the high and mightie Prince Frederick the fifth, Count Palatine of the Rhein, Duke of Bauier, &c. and the most vertuous, gracious and thrice excellent Princesse, Elizabeth, sole daughter to our dread Soueraigne, Iames by the grace of God King of Great Britaine, France and Ireland, defender of the faith, &c. Celebrated at White-hall the fourteenth of Februarie, 1612. Written by George Wither. Wither, George, 1588-1667. 1613 (1613) STC 25901; ESTC S119958 10,392 34 View Text
A20377 Profitable instructions describing what speciall obseruations are to be taken by trauellers in all nations, states and countries; pleasant and profitable. By the three much admired, Robert, late Earle of Essex. Sir Philip Sidney. And, Secretary Davison. Essex, Robert Devereux, Earl of, 1566-1601.; Sidney, Philip, Sir, 1554-1586. aut; Davison, William, 1541?-1608. aut 1633 (1633) STC 6789; ESTC S109627 10,885 122 View Text
A43662 A letter to the author of a late paper, entituled, A vindication of the divines of the Church of England, &c. in defence of the history of passive obedience. Hickes, George, 1642-1715.; Fowler, Edward, 1632-1714. A vindication of the divines of the Church of England. 1689 (1689) Wing H1856; ESTC R34460 10,899 22 View Text
A55641 A sermon preach'd before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor, the aldermen and citizens of London at St. Mary le Bow, on Thursday, Sept. 2. 1697 / by Samuel Prat ... Pratt, Samuel, 1659?-1723. 1698 (1698) Wing P3185; ESTC R33949 11,271 34 View Text
A90234 Divine observations upon the London-ministers letter against toleration: by his synodicall, priest-byter-all, nationall, provinciall, classicall, congregationall, superlative, un-erring, clericall, accademicall holynesse. reverend yongue Martin Mar-Priest, sonne, and heire to old Martin Metrapolitane. Wherin the toleration of his sacred person with the whole Independent fraternity, (by what name or title soever dignify'd or distinguished, whether Anabaptists, Brownists, or the like,) is justifyed by the reasons of the London-ministers, which they urge against toleration; and themselves, by their own reasoning, condemned. The reverend authour desires such as have received offence at the 6, 7, and 8 pages in his Ordinance for tythes dismounted, to repaire for satisfaction to the last clause hereof. Overton, Richard, fl. 1646. 1646 (1646) Wing O628; Thomason E317_15; ESTC R200544 11,517 16 View Text
A13311 An apologie or defence agaynst the calumnacion of certayne men which preferring wylfull wyll and carnal reason before the playn trueth of Gods gospel, (do sclaundre those men, which for the better seruinge of God with a more pure conscience, according to his holy word) haue abandoned theyr liuinges and vocacion, abydinge as exyles in poore estate oute of theyr natyue cou[n]trye. I. T., fl. 1555. 1555 (1555) STC 23619; ESTC S103238 12,085 24 View Text
A28304 A description of the province and bay of Darian giving an full account of all it's situation, inhabitants, way and manner of living and religion, solemnities, ceremonies and product, being vastly rich with gold and silver, and various other commodities / by I.B., a well-wisher to the company who lived there seventeen years. I. B. (Isaac Blackwell) 1699 (1699) Wing B3091; ESTC R37075 12,095 21 View Text
A45532 A sermon preach'd before the Society for Reformation of Manners; on Easter-Tuesday, at Kingston upon Thames, 1700. By Gideon Harding, M.A. vicar of Kingston upon Thames Hardinge, G. (Gideon), d. 1713.; Societies for the Reformation of Manners. 1700 (1700) Wing H699B; ESTC R215876 13,066 43 View Text
A85345 Instructions for young gentlemen: or, The instructions of Cardinal Sermonetto to his cousin Petro Caetano, at his first going into Flanders to the Duke of Parma, to serve Philip King of Spain. Gaetani, Enrico, Cardinal, 1550-1599. 1650 (1650) Wing G104A; ESTC R177464 13,246 131 View Text
A04823 A sermon preached in Saint Maries Church in Oxford March 26. 1612. at the funerall of Thomas Holland, Doctor of the Chaire in Divinitie, and Rector of the Exceter College, by Richard Kilbie Doctor of Divinity, Rector of Lincolne College Kilbye, Richard, 1560 or 61-1620. 1613 (1613) STC 14957; ESTC S107985 13,669 24 View Text
A63871 A sermon preached before the right honourable the Lord Mayor, and Aldermen of London at the Guild-Hall Chappel, Octob. the 28th 1677 / by Bryan Turner ... Turner, Bryan, 1634 or 5-1698. 1678 (1678) Wing T3270; ESTC R1722 13,679 40 View Text
A07412 A waying and considering of the Interim by the honourworthy and highly learned Phillip Melancthon. Tra[n]slated into Englyshe by Iohn Rogers; Bedencken suffs Interim. English Melanchthon, Philipp, 1497-1560.; Rogers, John, 1500?-1555. 1548 (1548) STC 17799; ESTC S104252 13,880 58 View Text
A75836 A vvife, not ready made, but bespoken, by Dicus the Batchelor, and made up for him by his fellow shepheard Tityrus. In four pastorall eglogues. Aylett, Robert, 1583-1655? 1653 (1653) Wing A4285; Thomason E1455_2; ESTC R209592 13,966 32 View Text
A16975 To the most high and mightie prince Elizabet, by the grace of God Queene of Englande, Fraunce, and Irelande, defender of the fayth. &c. Broughton, Hugh, 1549-1612. 1594 (1594) STC 3861; ESTC S105851 14,036 26 View Text
A72482 Keepe within compasse: or, the worthy legacy of a wise father to his beloued sonne teaching him how to liue richly in this world and eternally happy in the world to come. Meete for all sorts of people whatsoeuer. Trundle, John. 1619 (1619) STC 14898.5; ESTC S104889 14,131 50 View Text
A91193 The cheif [sic] affairs of Ireland truly communicated. For a check and reproof to all such as walk Westminster-Hall, onely to spread false wonders of the Toryes, and landing of forrein forces in Ireland, that they may discourage any that are now willing to go over either to plant, or serve in the wars for the better speeding of the work yet behinde. Parker, Henry, 1604-1652. 1652 (1652) Wing P398; Thomason E652_14; ESTC R203125 14,151 20 View Text
A57782 The Rampant alderman, or, News from the exchange a farce. Marmion, Shackerley, 1603-1639. Fine companion. 1685 (1685) Wing R212; ESTC R9027 14,273 31 View Text
A30043 A second summons to the city of Abel, 2 Sam. 20 to deliver up Sheba, the son of Bichri, that man of Belial : by way of metaphor, alluding to the Quakers and Geo. Whitehead and may serve for a reply to their answer to my printed sheet, stiled The Quakers Yearly Meeting impeached, &c. Bugg, Francis, 1640-1724? 1695 (1695) Wing B5392; ESTC R21466 14,478 16 View Text
A20404 An epitome of the vvorlds woe vvherein is perspicuously discouered, the lamentable miseries of the world, in these tempestuous times, the infidelitie of fained friends, and ficklenesse of deceitefull fortune : continued by way of meditation and resolution / by Geo. Dichante, gent. Dichante, George. 1630 (1630) STC 6816.7; ESTC S343 15,012 36 View Text
A80203 The church-catechism with a brief and easie explanation thereof for the help of the meanest capacities and weakest memories. By T.C. D.D. Comber, Thomas, 1645-1699. 1681 (1681) Wing C5444A; ESTC R223943 15,091 34 View Text
A08298 A pensiue soules delight The contents whereof, is shewen in these verses following. I. The pensiue soule recounteth in this place, Elizaes troubles, and Elizaes grace. 2. Here are expressed the stratagems of foes, Elizaes conquests, and their falls that rose. 3. Here is set forth Elizaes lenitie, and locust-Catholickes superbitie. By Iohn Norden. Norden, John, 1548-1625? 1603 (1603) STC 18627; ESTC S113318 15,454 48 View Text
A66984 A sermon preached before the Right Honorable the Lord Mayor and Aldermen of the city of London at the Guild-Hall Chappel October 26, 1679 by Benjamin Woodroffe ... Woodroffe, Benjamin, 1638-1711. 1679 (1679) Wing W3468; ESTC R22688 16,210 38 View Text
A97064 To the faithfull and true-hearted covenanters, vvhich are the noble Philadelphians. A diurnall, of the desires and indeavours of one that earnestly desires the advancement of the cause of Christ. B.W. of Darbie. Reade all or none. B. W. 1644 (1644) Wing W6; Thomason E257_6; ESTC R210039 16,433 16 View Text
A19691 A sermon preached at White-hall, on Easter day the 16. of April. 1620. By the Bishop of Winchester Andrewes, Lancelot, 1555-1626. 1620 (1620) STC 611; ESTC S100178 16,735 46 View Text
A16799 Strange nevves out of diuers countries neuer discouered till of late, by a strange pilgrime in those parts. Breton, Nicholas, 1545?-1626? 1622 (1622) STC 3702.5; ESTC S104700 16,963 28 View Text
A62382 The royal-pay and pay-master, or, The indigent-officers comfort delivered in a sermon preached before the honorable the military company at St. Pauls Covent-Garden, July 25th, by William Sclater ... ; and now printed at their earnest intreaty. Sclater, William, d. 1690. 1671 (1671) Wing S921; ESTC R34026 17,196 38 View Text
A02774 A nevv letter of notable contents With a straunge sonet, intituled Gorgon, or the wonderfull yeare. Harvey, Gabriel, 1550?-1631. 1593 (1593) STC 12902; ESTC S106136 17,344 34 View Text
A48760 A letter, written by that famous and faithful minister of Christ Mr John Livingstoun unto his parishoners of Ancram in Scotland, dated Rotterdam October 7. 1671. Livingston, John, 1603-1672. 1671 (1671) Wing L2599; ESTC R216776 17,702 19 View Text
A20180 Christes miracles deliuered in a sermon. By Arthvr Dent, preacher of the word of God, at South-Shoobery in Essex. Dent, Arthur, d. 1607. 1608 (1608) STC 6613; ESTC S113588 17,721 54 View Text
A08171 [The history of strange wonders.] Camerarius, Joachim, 1500-1574. 1561 (1561) STC 18507; ESTC S110146 18,042 54 View Text
A05466 The poore mans cry Wherein is shevved the present miserable estate of mee Iohn Lilburne, close prisoner in the fleete. Also an humble petition to his Maiesties honorable privy councill, for meantenance that I famish not. Lilburne, John, 1614?-1657. 1639 (1639) STC 15598; ESTC S112218 18,062 15 View Text
A59895 Some seasonable reflections on the discovery of the late plot being a sermon preacht on that occasion / by William Sherlock ... Sherlock, William, 1641?-1707. 1683 (1683) Wing S3366; ESTC R10020 18,258 32 View Text
A14205 A nevv anatomie VVherein the body of man is very fit and aptly (two wayes) compared: 1 To a household. 2 To a cittie. With diuers necessarie approoued medicines, not commonly practised heretofore: wittie, and pleasant to be read, and profitable to be regarded.; New anatomie. Underwood, Robert, fl. 1605. 1605 (1605) STC 24519; ESTC S105362 18,892 50 View Text
A36773 Philobasileus. Philepiscopus· Philophilus· Th. Du Gard M.A. R.B. Dugard, Thomas, b. 1587 or 8. 1664 (1664) Wing D2463A; ESTC R213525 19,065 61 View Text
A17916 Lachrimæ: or lamentations over the dead wherin is described the earnest zeale of the godly, in mourning for the sins of the people, who are dead in trespasses and sinnes. By Nathanael Cannon, minister and preacher of the word at Hurley, in Berkshire. Cannon, Nathanael, 1581 or 2-1664. 1616 (1616) STC 4577; ESTC S113390 19,337 64 View Text
A08186 Sir Thomas Ouerburies vision With the ghoasts of Weston, Mris. Turner, the late Lieftenant of the Tower, and Franklin. By R.N. Oxon. Niccols, Richard, 1584-1616. 1616 (1616) STC 18524; ESTC S113209 19,388 60 View Text
A02479 An oration conteyning an expostulation as well with the Queenes Highnesse faithfull subiects for their want of due consideration of Gods blessings enioyed by meanes of her Maiestie: as also with the vnnaturall english for their disloyaltie and vnkindnesse towards the same their soueraygne. At the first pronounced vpon the Queenes Maiesties birthday in the Guyldhall of the burrowe of Newe Windsore, by Edward Hake of Grayes Inne Gent. then Mayer of the same burrowe: and now newly imprinted this xvij. day of Nouember, in the xxx. yeere of the Queenes Highnesse most happie raigne. Hake, Edward, fl. 1560-1604. 1587 (1587) STC 12608; ESTC S103614 19,433 32 View Text
A87135 Politicaster or, a comical discourse, in answer unto Mr. Wren's book, intituled, Monarchy asserted, against Mr. Harrington's Oceana. / By J.H. Harrington, James, 1611-1677. 1659 (1659) Wing H818A; Thomason E2112_2; ESTC R212655 19,838 56 View Text
A17693 A sermon of the famous and Godly learned man, master Iohn Caluine chiefe Minister and Pastour of Christs church at Geneua, conteining an exhortation to suffer persecution for followinge Iesus Christe and his Gospell, vpon this text following. Heb. 13. 13. Go ye out of the tents after Christe, bearing his rebuke. Translated out of French into english,; Quatre sermons avec exposition du Pseaume 87. English. Sermon 2. Selections Calvin, Jean, 1509-1564.; Fielde, John, d. 1588.; I. P., fl. 1581. 1581 (1581) STC 4439.5; ESTC S116257 19,849 45 View Text
A57934 A sermon preach'd at St. Mary-Le-Bow to the Societies for Reformation of Manners, June 28, 1697 / by John Russell. Russell, John, fl. 1660. 1697 (1697) Wing R2346; ESTC R26224 19,860 54 View Text
A04238 The good mans priuiledge A sermon lately preached at Plimmouth in Deuon, by I.B. And now published at the request of some that then were auditors. Barlow, John, b. 1580 or 81. 1618 (1618) STC 1436; ESTC S100848 19,948 34 View Text
A65836 The apostate incendiary rebuked, and the people called Quakers vindicated from Romish hirarchy and imposition in a serious examination of VVilliam Mucklows Liberty of conscience asserted against imposition, but proved a liberty which is in Christ Jesus, and against unity and order in his church / by one whose rejoycing is the testimony of a good conscience toward God and man, G. Whitehead. Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723. 1673 (1673) Wing W1890; ESTC R39076 20,163 27 View Text
A07320 A most certaine and true relation of a strange monster or serpent found in the left ventricle of the heart of Iohn Pennant, Gentleman, of the age of 21. yeares. By Edward May Doctor of Philosophy and Physick, and professor elect of them, in the colledge of the academy of noble-men, called the Musæum Minervæ: physitian also extraordinary unto her most Sacred Majesty, Queene of great Brittany, &c. May, Edward. 1639 (1639) STC 17709; ESTC S112479 20,668 50 View Text
A09551 An ansvvere made by one of our brethren, a secular priest, now in prison, to a fraudulent letter of M. George Blackwels, written to Cardinall Caietane, 1596, in commendation of the Iesuits in England Philalethes, Andreas.; Copley, Anthony, 1567-1607?, attributed name.; Charnock, Robert, b. 1561, attributed name.; Blackwell, George, 1546 or 7-1613. 1602 (1602) STC 19830; ESTC S120908 20,743 44 View Text
A29365 Babylons downfall a sermon lately preached at Westminster before sundry of the honourable House of Commons / by William Bridge ... Bridge, William, 1600?-1670. 1641 (1641) Wing B4448; ESTC R5651 21,012 41 View Text
A81376 Certaine observations concerning the duty of love, and of the contrary evill, vncharitablenesse. VVritten by Thomas Devenish. Devenish, Thomas. 1642 (1642) Wing D1213; Thomason E142_21; ESTC R8292 21,289 34 View Text
A72992 The magistrates charter examined, or his duty and dignity opened In a sermon preached at an assises, held at Sarum in the county of Wiltes, on the ninth day of March, last past, 1614. By Bartholomevv Parsons Batchelour in Diuinity, and vicar of Collingborne Kingstone in the diocesse of Sarum. Parsons, Bartholomew, 1574-1642. 1616 (1616) STC 19349; ESTC S123231 21,367 40 View Text
A05387 Queene Elizabeths teares: or, Her resolute bearing the Christian crosse inflicted on her by the persecuting hands of Steuen Gardner Bishop of Winchester, in the bloodie time of Queene Marie. Written by Christopher Leuer. Lever, Christopher, fl. 1627. 1607 (1607) STC 15540; ESTC S109416 21,498 58 View Text
A05581 A briefe relation of certaine speciall and most materiall passages, and speeches in the Starre-Chamber occasioned and delivered the 14th. day of Iune, 1637. At the censure of those three famous and worthy gentlemen, Dr. Bastwicke, Mr. Burton, and Mr. Prynne. Even so as it hath beene truely and faithfully gathered from their owne mouthes, by one present at the said censure. Bastwick, John, 1593-1654.; England and Wales. Court of Star Chamber. 1638 (1638) STC 1570; ESTC S101052 21,742 33 View Text
A62263 The felicity of a Christian life by Hierome Savonarola.; De simplicitate Christianae vitae. Liber 5. English Savonarola, Girolamo, 1452-1498. 1651 (1651) Wing S779; ESTC R7937 21,807 82 View Text
A68481 An exhortation to styrre all Englyshe men to the defence of theyr countreye. made by Richard Morysine Morison, Richard, Sir, d. 1556. 1539 (1539) STC 18110.5; ESTC S104287 21,862 62 View Text
B08236 A Briefe relation of certain speciall and most materiall passages, and speeches in the Starre-Chamber, occasioned and delivered Iune the 14th. 1637. at the censure of those three worthy gentlemen, Dr. Bastwicke, Mr. Burton and Mr. Prynne, as it hath beene truely and faithfully gathered from their owne mouthes by one present at the sayd censure.. 1637 (1637) STC 1569; ESTC S126020 21,885 34 View Text
A15588 The lyf of the holy [and] blessid vyrgyn saynt Wenefryde Robert, Prior of Shrewsbury, d. 1167.; Caxton, William, ca. 1422-1491. 1485 (1485) STC 25853; ESTC S121488 22,017 30 View Text
A42882 Stimluus [sic] orthodoxus, sive Goadus redivivus A disputation partly thological, partly metaphysical, concerning the necessity and contingency of events in the world, in respect of Gods eternal decree. Written above twenty years since by that reverend and learned divine, Thomas Goad, doctor of divinity, and rector of Hadleigh in Suffolk. Goad, Thomas, 1576-1638. 1661 (1661) Wing G904; ESTC R216465 22,144 30 View Text
A04803 A discouerie of the vnnatural and traiterous conspiracie of Scottish papists, against God, his church, their natiue countrie, the Kings Maiesties person and estate: set dovvne, as it vvas confessed and subscribed by Maister George Ker, yet remaining in prison, and Dauid Grahame of Fentrie, iustly executed for his treason in Edenburgh, the 15. of Februarie. 1592. Whereunto are annexed, certaine intercepted letters, written by someof that faction to the same purpose. First printed and published in Scotland, at the speciall commandement of the Kings Maiestie Ker, George.; Grahame, David. aut; Davidson, John, ca. 1549-1603. 1593 (1593) STC 14938; ESTC S107999 22,155 32 View Text
A80106 A collection of divers papers presented unto the Houses of Parliament by the Commissioners of Scotland since May last, 1645. Scotland. Parliament.; Buchanan, David, 1595?-1652? 1645 (1645) Wing C5144; Thomason E305_1; ESTC R200320 22,259 40 View Text
A07373 The golden meane Lately written, as occasion serued, to a great lord. Discoursing the noblenesse of perfect virtue in extreames. Ford, John, 1586-ca. 1640, attributed author. aut; Stafford, Anthony, attributed author. aut 1613 (1613) STC 17757; ESTC S102688 22,283 138 View Text
A79264 Englands sad posture; or, A true description of the present estate of poore distressed England, and of the lamentable condition of these distracted times, since the beginning of this civill, and unnaturall warr. / presented to the Right Honourable, pious and valiant, Edward, Earle of Manchester. Calver, Edward, fl. 1649.; Manchester, Edward Montagu, Earl of, 1602-1671. 1644 (1644) Wing C315; ESTC R170351 22,334 53 View Text
A00551 The complaint of Paules, to all Christian soules: or an humble supplication, to our good King and nation, for her newe reparation. Written by Henrie Farley. Amore, veritate, & reuerentia Farley, Henry. 1616 (1616) STC 10688; ESTC S114628 22,466 82 View Text
A10294 The spy discovering the danger of Arminian heresie and Spanish trecherie: written by I.R. Russell, John, d. 1688.; Rhodes, John, minister of Enborne, attributed name.; Robinson, John, 1575?-1625, attributed name. 1628 (1628) STC 20577; ESTC S115559 23,654 58 View Text
A75470 An Antidote against some principal errors of the predestinarians a work designed for the information of the common people. 1696 (1696) Wing A3494A; ESTC R42462 23,735 50 View Text
A09867 The baronets buriall, or A funerall sermon preached at the solemnitie of that honourable baronet Sr Edvvard Seymours buriall. By Barnaby Potter Bachelor in Divinitie, fellow of Queenes College in Oxford, and preacher to the towne of Tottnes in Devon Potter, Barnaby, 1577-1642. 1613 (1613) STC 20133; ESTC S114967 24,302 46 View Text
A07410 Of two vvoonderful popish monsters to wyt, of a popish asse which was found at Rome in the riuer of Tyber, and of a monkish calfe, calued at Friberge in Misne. Which are the very foreshewings and tokens of Gods wrath, against blinde, obstinate, and monstrous Papistes. Witnessed, and declared, the one by Philip Melancthon, the other by Martyn Luther. Translated out of French into English by Iohn Brooke of Assh, next Sandwich.; De deux monstres prodigieux. English Melanchthon, Philipp, 1497-1560.; Luther, Martin, 1483-1546. aut; Crespin, Jean, d. 1572.; Brooke, John, d. 1582. 1579 (1579) STC 17797; ESTC S107029 24,551 44 View Text
A02152 Penelopes vveb VVhere, in a christall mirror of feminine perfection represents to the view of euery one those vertues and graces, which more curiously beautifies the mind of women, then eyther sumptuous apparell, or iewels of inestimable value: the one buying fame with honour, the other breeding a kinde of delight, but with repentance. In three seuerall discourses also are three speciall vertues, necessary to be incident in euery vertuous woman, pithely discussed: namely obedience, chastity, and sylence: interlaced with three seuerall and comicall histories. By Robert Greene Master of Artes in Cambridge. Greene, Robert, 1558?-1592. 1601 (1601) STC 12294; ESTC S103424 24,622 40 View Text
A85856 Hinc illæ lachrymæ. Or the impietie of impunitie. Containing a short, serious and most certain demonstration of the main (if not, only) rise and originall of all the grand grievances, and obstructions of piety and justice, over the whole kingdome. Together with a soveraign salve, and precious plaisture, for the unquestionable cure thereof (by Gods blessing) if it be seriously and seasonably applyed, according to direction herein, humbly prescribed. / By a faithful friend to the truth and a most humble servant to all the loyall and religious Presbyterian Members of Parliament. Gauden, John, 1605-1662. 1647 (1647) Wing G358; Thomason E421_6; Thomason E540_16; ESTC R204669 24,859 31 View Text
A14190 The state of the Church of Englande laide open in a conference betweene Diotrephes a bishop, Tertullus a papist, Demetrius an vsurer, Pandocheus an in-keeper, and Paule a preacher of the word of God. Udall, John, 1560?-1592. 1588 (1588) STC 24506; ESTC S119619 24,951 68 View Text