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A03165 A balade specifienge partly the maner, partly the matter, in the most excellent meetyng and lyke mariage betwene our soueraigne Lord, and our soueraigne Lady, the Kynges and Queenes highnes pende by John Heywood. Heywood, John, 1497?-1580? 1554 (1554) STC 13290.3; ESTC S3934 1,149 1 View Text
A42598 Englands joyfull holiday, or, St. Georges-day, holy honoured being the joyfull solemnity so long lookt for, of the coronation of King Charls the Second ... on St. Georges Day, being 23 of April : to the tune, The King enjoys his own again. Organisation Gestosis. 1661 (1661) Wing G49; ESTC R42042 1,576 2 View Text
A95448 Two letters: the first, being a relation of a sad accident that fell out at Erpingham neer Norwich July 2. shewing how a fire-ball fell from the heavens into the parish church there, broke down part of the steeple and several places in the church-wall, kill'd one man and wounded diverse, &c. The second, being a relation of a strange sight in the heavens, seen by three justices of the peace their sons. Dated, Hungerford in Wiltshire, June 19. 1665. 1665 (1665) Wing T3479A; ESTC R230495 1,741 8 View Text
A79925 A letter to the king. Clayton, Anne. 1660 (1660) Wing C4608B; ESTC R171383 1,908 1 View Text
A86214 The ansvver of Sir Edward Herbert, knight, His Majesties attorney generall, to the impeachment exhibited against him by the Honourable House of Commons in this present Parliament assembled. John Browne, Cleric. Parliamentorum. Herbert of Cherbury, Edward Herbert, Baron, 1583-1648. 1642 (1642) Wing H1495; Thomason E114_2; ESTC R7452 1,967 7 View Text
A54054 Some considerations proposed to the City of London, and the Nation of England to calm their spirits and prepare them to wait for what the Lord is bringing about, that they may not run readily into their own ruin and destruction, and by this extraordinary heat of their spirits kindle that fire, which will soon devour them. With a short exhortation to them, relating to their true settlement, and the removal of that which hinders it. Penington, Isaac, 1616-1679. 1659 (1659) Wing P1190; ESTC R218737 2,134 1 View Text
A84221 An exact relation shewing, how the governour of Portsmouth Castle delivered it up in the name of the King to the malignant party. Wherenpon [sic] he thrust out the Protestants placing ill affected persons in their garrisons. Also a terrible combate fought in Bedfordshire betweene two knigts, the one sent in commission of array by the King, the other for the militia by the Parliament wherin is declared the mighty overthrow of the Kings commissioner, who with great losse was faine to fly for his life. Likewise, the Lord Brooke his resolution concerning the Lord of Northampton. Iohn, Brow. Cler. Parl. Brooke, Robert Greville, Baron, 1607-1643.; England and Wales. Parliament. 1642 (1642) Wing E3702; Thomason E109_13; ESTC R7854 2,315 10 View Text
B00984 The lamentation of Edward Bruton, and James Riley, who for the bloody murder committed on the bodies of Henry Howell, and his wife, vpon Queenes Downe, were executed and hanged in chaines, neere the same place on the 18. day of March. 1633. To the tune of, Fortune my foe. Bruton, Edward, d. 1633.; Riley, James, d. 1633. 1633 (1633) ESTC R215923; STC 3945.7; ESTC R215923; Interim Tract Supplement Guide BR f 821.04 B49[1x]; Interim Tract Supplement Guide C.20.f.7[486/487] 2,337 2 View Text
A79047 Propositions from the Kings Most Excellent Majesty: propounded by the Earle of Devon. The Earle of Newcastle. The E. of Northampton. The Earle of Lindsey. The Earle of Rivers. The Lord Moubray. The Lord Rich. The Lord Chapel. Accompanyed with 5000. horse and foot for their guard. To the Lo: Brooks, and the gentry and commonalty assembled at Warwick, on Thursday last, August 18. With the Lo: Brooks his answer to the said propositions. Also the Parliaments determination concerning their resolution, wherein they declare that they will (to the hazard of their lives and fortunes) assist all those that shall obey their just commands. Aug. 20. Ordered that this be printed and published. Joh. Browne, Clar. Parl. England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I); Brooke, Robert Greville, Baron, 1607-1643.; Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649.; England and Wales. Parliament. 1642 (1642) Wing C2727; Thomason E112_44; ESTC R22167 2,409 9 View Text
A91461 The Parliaments praise, reforming our bad wayes. Iacobs wrastling for a blessing. 1642 (1642) Wing P522; Thomason 669.f.6[67]; ESTC R212452 3,131 1 View Text
A76933 Boanerges, or, The Parliament of thunder with their sharp declarations against those rebellious malignants that revolt and fall away from them. For which they are voted evill members of the Common-vvealth, rebels and such who are the cause of all our present and bleeding miseries. 1643 (1643) Wing B3367; Thomason E88_25; ESTC R1448 3,867 8 View Text
A88519 Look about you: a discourse directed to the Lords of the upper house of Parliament in the first place, to the honourable the House of Commons, to the Right Honorable Lord Mayor of the Citie of London, the aldermen his brethren, and to the commons of the said citie. And lastly, to the whole body of the Kingdome of England, who ought to put this counsell in practice, for the preservation of their lives and liberties: namely, look about you. / Written by a Lover of his Countrey, and a faithfull servant to the high Court of Parliament. 1643 (1643) Wing L3005; Thomason E85_35; ESTC R13026 3,883 8 View Text
A57911 Prince Rupert, his reply to a pamphlet entituled The Parliaments vindication in answer to Prince Ruperts declaration published by His Excellencies special command to informe all His Majesties good subjects what false aspersions have beene cast upon him. Rupert, Prince, Count Palatine, 1619-1682. 1642 (1642) Wing R2306; ESTC R877 4,157 8 View Text
A01596 A perticuler and true narration of that great and gratious deliuerance, that it pleased God of late to vouchsafe vnto the cittie of Geneua namely vpon the. xij. of December last in the yeere 1602. 1603 (1603) STC 11726; ESTC S103017 4,230 14 View Text
A13274 Lachrimæ lachrimarum. or The distillation of teares shede for the vntymely death of the incomparable prince Panaretus. by Iosuah Syluester Sylvester, Josuah, 1563-1618.; Quin, Walter. 1612 (1612) STC 23576; ESTC S118065 4,519 40 View Text
A42005 An epistle of tender love, or cheerful sound by the breath of life to the whole flock of God, who have been eye-witnesses of his glorious appearings in these last dayes. Greene, Thomas, 1634?-1699. 1664 (1664) Wing G1841A; ESTC R219895 4,561 1 View Text
A25171 An Account of the execution of Brigadier Rookwood, Major Lowick, and Mr. Cranburn, at Tyburn, April 29th, 1696 1696 (1696) Wing A287; ESTC R4987 4,640 2 View Text
A29305 A tender visitation and friendly exhortation to all the children of truth to be valiant in this day of trial Brend, William, d. 1676. 1664 (1664) Wing B4362; ESTC R23805 4,937 10 View Text
A86134 This last ages looking-glasse: or Englands sad elligie. By S. H. S. H. 1642 (1642) Wing H125; Thomason E124_2; ESTC R4702 5,262 19 View Text
A88464 The orders and directions, of the right honourable the Lord Mayor and Court of Aldermen, to be diligently observed and kept by the citizens of London, during the time of the present visitation of the plague As also, rules and instructions, to all brewers, butchers, fish-mongers, victualling-houses, hackney-coaches, brokers, and the rest of the inhabitants, both in city and suburbs. With divers excellent receipts, as well for the cure of the plague, as for preventing the further increase and infection thereof, by Gods blessing and assistance: set forth and approved of by the learned Sir Walter Rawleigh, Mr. Culpepper, and divers other famous physicians and doctors; and now published for the use and benefit of all his Majesties liege subjects. City of London (England). Court of Aldermen. 1665 (1665) Wing L2864I; ESTC R232156 5,325 10 View Text
A65480 The word of God to all the elect number with a few words in a deep lamentation over the seed of life, to its tender father concerning them that have transgressed in Israel. West, Thomas, of Hertford. 1664 (1664) Wing W1392; ESTC R217334 5,350 7 View Text
A18039 A larume belle for London, with à caueat or warning to England also a pitifull complaint of the penitente synner, newlie set forthe by Ihon Carre, citezein of London. Carr, John, citezein of London.; Phillippes, W. 1573 (1573) STC 4684; ESTC S104895 5,372 24 View Text
A92181 The sad suffering case of Major General Rob. Overton, prisoner in the Isle of Jersey, stated, and presented to the serious consideration of those who are either of a pious or publick spirit. By J.R. J. R. 1659 (1659) Wing R32; Thomason E972_4; ESTC R203341 5,702 12 View Text
A00290 A mirrour to all that loue to follow the warres go trudge my little booke, possesse ech willing hand, and giue all leaue to looke, that seekes to vnderstand, the trauels of thy knight, plead hard to hold his right, who finds thee may be bould, his actions to vnfould. I. B. 1589 (1589) STC 1041.7; ESTC S1050 5,817 15 View Text
A51686 Corpus sine capite visibili, an ænigmaticall emblem, or, a modell of these distemper'd times being an apparent body, well proportioned, upright and streight, but yet without any visible head, in this our most unhappy mereridian [sic] of London, lately conceived in a dreame or slumber, and now delineated, penned and produced, to the open view of the world / by I.M., Student of Exon. in Oxon. I. M., Student of Exon. in Oxon. 1642 (1642) Wing M31A; ESTC R5813 6,211 16 View Text
A84361 Elixir magnum vitæ: or, the great elixir of life, being the most admirable cordial-drink, and its singular virtues, never before made publick; is now exposed to sale, as the most excellent preservative of humane bodies, for the general good of all persons 1680 (1670-1680) Wing E525B; ESTC R231741 6,212 14 View Text
A40630 The testimony of Abraham Fuller, concerning the death of his son Joseph Shewing his blessed condition in the time of his sickness, and when he was near his departure: how wonderfully the Lord did appear by his spirit and power, revealing himself in him (after death has seised upon him) in a greater measure then ever before. Fuller, Abraham, d. 1694. 1687 (1687) Wing F2381A; ESTC R220312 6,378 17 View Text
A90396 Some few queries and considerations proposed to the Cavaliers, being of weighty importance to them. Penington, Isaac, 1616-1679. 1660 (1660) Wing P1194; Thomason E1022_1; ESTC R203315 6,433 8 View Text
A28267 A letter from a Christian friend in the country to another in the city Ro. Bl. 1655 (1655) Wing B3036; ESTC R12918 6,677 8 View Text
A70063 A declaration of the bountifull loving-kindness of the Lord manifested to His hand-maid Mary Harris, who stood idle in the market-place till the eleventh hour, yet then received her penny ... as also a few words of encouragement from experience to any who knows the name of the Lord in the least measure, to fear the Lord, and trust in His mercies. Forster, Mary, 1619?-1686. 1669 (1669) Wing F1603; ESTC R25815 6,747 12 View Text
A40005 A declaration of the bountiful loving-kindness of the Lord manifested to His hand-maid Mary Harris, who stood idle in the market-place, till the eleventh hour, yet afterwards received her penny : this is that none might despair : also a discovery of her sufferings through her disobedience and rebellion against God's precious truth, that none might presume, or harden their hearts in the day of God's visitation : as also, a few words of encouragement from experience, to any who knows the name of the Lord in the least measure, to fear the Lord, and trust in his mercies. Forster, Mary, 1619?-1686. 1693 (1693) Wing F1603A; ESTC R10779 6,761 14 View Text
B03664 An advertisement shewing that all former objections against the mill'd-lead sheathing have been answered by the navy-board themselves. And what's lately objected, is answered herein, as follows. Hale, Charles, Mr. 1696 (1696) Wing H219; ESTC R226291 6,843 4 View Text
B08610 Divine hymns, and other extempory poems by R.C. R. C. 1695 (1695) Wing C103; ESTC R170336 7,122 30 View Text
A17453 Londons vacation, and the countries tearme. Or, A lamentable relation of severall remarkable passages which it hath pleased the Lord to shew on severall persons both in London, and the country in this present visitation, 1636. with the number of those thay dyed at London and Newcastle, this present yeare. With new additions. By H.C.; Londons vacation, and the countries tearme. Crouch, Humphrey, fl. 1635-1671. 1637 (1637) STC 4274; ESTC S117070 7,887 26 View Text
A88419 Englands doxologie. Or rather The three kingdomes eucharisticall sacrifice at the altar of th' Almighty. For the manifold mercies, and miraculous deliverances vouchsafed at sundry times to the severall nations. To which is annexed a briefe relation of the memorable acts, and prosperous proceedings of the high, honourable, and happy assembly of Parliament, in this present year of grace, 1641. / Composed by J. L. in Art: Mag. Non nobis, domine, non nobis, sed tuo nomini fit gloria. J. L., in Art. Mag. 1641 (1641) Wing L28; Thomason E172_20; ESTC R17320 7,901 14 View Text
A66795 Vox & lacrimæ anglorum, or, The true English-men's complaints to their representatives in Parliament humbly tendred to their serious consideration at their next sitting, February the 6th, 1667/8. Wither, George, 1588-1667. 1668 (1668) Wing W3208A; ESTC R12298 7,953 18 View Text
A48029 A Letter from a Presbyterian minister to a member of Parliament 1693 (1693) Wing L1429; ESTC R41463 8,102 13 View Text
A93207 A short discourse concerning the work of God in this nation, and the duty of all good people, both governors and governed, in this their day. 1659 (1659) Wing S3584; Thomason E986_19; ESTC R207794 8,134 16 View Text
A54208 Saul smitten to the ground being a brief, but faithful narrative of the dying remorse of a late living enemy (to the people called Quakers, and their faith and worship), Matthew Hide : attested by eye and ear-witnesses, whereof his widdow is one ... : with an appendix both to foes and friends on this occasion / by William Penn. Penn, William, 1644-1718.; Hide, Matthew, d. 1675. 1675 (1675) Wing P1358; ESTC R1572 8,266 17 View Text
A95441 Two letters of great concernment, with their answers. The one, from the Scotish Commissioners at London, to the Generall Assembly of the Kirk of Scotland. Together with the answer of the aforesaid Generall Assembly to the said Commissioners. The other, from the synod of Divines in England, to the Generall Assembly of Scotland. Together with the answer also of the aforesaid Generall Assembly in Scotland, to the said synod. Church of Scotland. General Assembly.; Westminster Assembly (1643-1652) 1645 (1645) Wing T3468; Thomason E294_4; ESTC R27032 9,329 16 View Text
A75567 The Declaration and apology of the Protestant people that is, of the noblemen, barrons, gentlemen, burgesses, and commons of all sorts, now in armes within the kingdom of Scotland. Argyll, Archibald Campbell, Earl of, 1629-1685. 1685 (1685) Wing A3677; ESTC R230114 9,451 8 View Text
A00184 Articles to be enquired of in the generall visitation of the Archdeacon of the diocesse of Glocester holden in the yeare of our Lord, 1635. Church of England. Diocese of Gloucester. 1635 (1635) STC 10214.5; ESTC S4280 9,685 14 View Text
A53540 Windsor castle, in a monument to our late-sovereign K. Charles II of ever blessed memory a poem / by Tho. Otway. Otway, Thomas, 1652-1685. 1685 (1685) Wing O570; ESTC R21958 9,798 36 View Text
A53927 A sermon preached at St. Edmonds-Bury, in Suffolk, at the assizes, March 18th, 1692/3 before Lord Chief Justice Holt and Judge Rokeby and William Hammond, Esq., high-sheriff for that county / by Samuel Peck, lecturer of Ipswich. Peck, Samuel. 1693 (1693) Wing P1037A; ESTC R35100 10,033 32 View Text
A35134 A true and faithful testimony concerning John Samm the servant of the Lord who finished his course by laying down his life in Northampton Goal for the truth of Jesus, the 26th of the 1st month, 1664 ... / written by John Crook. Crook, John, 1617-1699.; Greene, Thomas, 1634?-1699. 1664 (1664) Wing C7215; ESTC R27612 10,327 18 View Text
A58423 Now or never: work out your salvation with fear and trembling; or, A serious exhortation to all poor sinners to lay hold upon Christ Jesus who is the fountain of all happiness, and who is the onely rock from whence doth spring all their comforts. Herein is also laid down several motives declaring the necessity of this work, that it ought not to be put off for to morrow; bnt [sic] that every poor sinner should strive to enter in at the strait gate now, while he hath an opportunity in his hand, lest he be snatcht away by death, and then it will be too late. The third edition, with additions. By B.R. B. R. 1663 (1663) Wing R8; ESTC R219714 10,551 27 View Text
A91977 A sermon preached at Balderton March 27. 1646. Being a day of humiliation thorow-out the whole army before Newark. / By Robert Ram minister of Spalding in Lincolnshire, and chaplaine to Colonell Rossiter. Ram, Robert, d. 1657. 1646 (1646) Wing R195; Thomason E334_6; ESTC R200763 11,002 26 View Text
A76349 Behold a cry! or, A true relation of the inhumane and violent outrages of divers souldiers, constables, and others, practised upon many of the Lord's people, commonly (though falsly) called Anabaptists, at their several meetings in and about London. : Together with the violence offered some of them in Newgate (where they are now prisoners) by the fellons in the same place. 1662 (1662) Wing B1778A; ESTC R172696 11,110 17 View Text
A38463 The Englishman, or, A letter from a universal friend, perswading all sober Protestants to hearty and sincere love of one another, and a unanimous claim of their antient and undoubted rights, according to the law of the land, as the best means of their safety with some observations upon the late act against conventicles. Universal friend. 1670 (1670) Wing E3097; ESTC R11893 11,137 15 View Text
A32894 Christian unity exhorted to being a few words in tender love to all professing of Christianity in old England, the land of my nativity : wherein the difference between profession and possession of that which is really the substance of true religion, is clearly manifested : also, the great breach of Christian charity, caused by their furious contentions about formality : with a few words to the poor in spirit, concerning my opinion of a saving knowledge of Christ Jesus / by one who dearly loves all those whose conversation becomes Christ's Gospel. One who dearly loves all those whose conversation becomes Christ's Gospel. 1678 (1678) Wing C3950; ESTC R270 11,173 17 View Text
A81847 A sermon at the funerall of the truely vertuous, honourable, valiant, in fame, never-dying, Sir Simon Harcourt, one of his Majesties most honourable privie councell in the realme of Ireland, and colonell over some of His Majesties forces there. Preached in Christ-Church in Dublin, Mar. 31. 1642. Before the Lords Justices, and the rest of His Majesties most honourable privie councell, his Majesties commanders and souldiers for that present service. By Edward Dunstervill, Batchelour of Divinitie. Now published by command of the House of Parliament. Dunstervill, Edward.; England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons. 1642 (1642) Wing D2618; Thomason E125_1; ESTC R15434 11,217 24 View Text
A77287 True excellency of God and his testimonies, and our nationall lawes against titular excellency. Or, A letter to the General his excellency Thomas Lord Fairfax, with a complaint and charg against tyrannicall Whitchcock the Governour of Winsor for arbitrarily, designingly and maliciously walking contrary to the Scriptures of God, and the laws and liberties of the people. / From Captain VVilliam Bray at his un-Christian indurance there. Bray, William, 17th cent. 1649 (1649) Wing B4315; Thomason E571_32; ESTC R206130 11,419 8 View Text
A05066 A short apologie for Christian souldiours wherein is conteined, how that we ought both to propagate, and also if neede require, to defende by force of armes, the Catholike Church of Christ, against the tyrannie of Antichrist and his adherentes: penned by Stephanus Iunius Brutus, and translated into English by H.P. for the benefite of the resolution of the Church of England, in the defence of the gospel.; Vindiciae contra tyrannos. Part 4. English Languet, Hubert, 1518-1581.; H. P., fl. 1588.; Mornay, Philippe de, seigneur du Plessis-Marly, 1549-1623, attributed name. 1588 (1588) STC 15207; ESTC S105564 11,591 32 View Text
A31391 A Caution to all true English Protestants concerning the late popish plot by way of a conference between an old Queen-Elizabeth-Protestant, and his countrey-neighbour. 1681 (1681) Wing C1558; ESTC R36286 12,077 14 View Text
A94805 A directory of church-government. Anciently contended for, and as farre as the times would suffer, practised by the first non-conformists in the daies of Queen Elizabeth. Found in the study of the most accomplished divine, Mr. Thomas Cartwright, after his decease; and reserved to be published for such a time as this. Published by authority. Travers, Walter, 1547 or 8-1635. De disciplina ecclesiæ sacra, ex Dei verba descripta.; Cartwright, Thomas, 1535-1603. 1645 (1645) Wing T2066; Thomason E269_17; ESTC R212376 12,368 26 View Text
A36273 Once more a warning to thee O England but more particularly to the inhabitants of the city of Bristol. Dole, Dorcas. 1683 (1683) Wing D1834; ESTC R32763 12,707 22 View Text
A52425 A murnival of knaves, or, Whiggism plainly display'd, and (if not grown shameless) burlesqu't out of countenance Norris, John, 1657-1711. 1683 (1683) Wing N1255; ESTC R10820 12,952 42 View Text
A96693 An humble request, to the ministers of both Universities, and to all lawyers in every Inns-a-Court To consider of the scriptures and points of law herein mentioned, and to give a rational and christian answer, whereby the difference may be composed in peace, between the poor men of England, who have begun to digge, plow, and build upon the common land, claiming it their own, by right of creation. And the lords of mannours that trouble them, who have no other claiming to Commons, then the Kings will, or from the power of the conquest, and if neither minister nor lawyer, will undertake a reconciliation in this case, for the beauty of our Common-Wealth. Then we appeale, to the stones, timber, and dust of the earth you tread upon, to hold forth the light of this business, questioning not, but that power that dwells every where, will cause light to spring out of darkness, and freedom out of bondage. By Gerard Winstanley. Winstanley, Gerrard, b. 1609. 1650 (1650) Wing W3044; ESTC R233004 13,389 20 View Text
A93780 A sermon preached before His Majestie at Christ-Church in Oxford, on the 18. of April 1643. By William Stampe vicar of Stepney in the county of Middlesex. Stampe, William, 1611-1653? 1643 (1643) Wing S5194; Thomason E101_1; ESTC R11010 13,508 29 View Text
A54378 The redemption of mankind, by the passion of our Lord A sermon, preached on Palm-Sunday, at Kintbury, in the county of Berks. By Jos. Perkins, late vicar of Hill, in Gloucester-Shire. Perkins, Joseph, b. 1658. 1692 (1692) Wing P1558; ESTC R221441 13,606 33 View Text
A67876 Jehojadahs justice against Mattan, Baals priest: or The covenanters justice against idolaters. A sermon preacht upon occasion of a speech utter'd upon Tower-Hill. Wherein you may finde his likenesse to Mattan rather then to Christ. His place in John 11.48. charg'd upon himself. The weaknesse of the choice of his text. How great cause wee have to give thanks. By J.H. minister of the Gospel. Hoyle, Joshua, d. 1654. 1645 (1645) Wing H3203; ESTC R4326 13,963 21 View Text
A15692 The flea sic parua componere magnis. Woodhouse, Peter, poet. 1605 (1605) STC 25967; ESTC S111799 14,752 36 View Text
A04425 The sermon preached at Paules Crosse, the tenth day of Nouember being the next Sunday after the discouerie of this late horrible treason. By the right reuerend father in God, William, by Gods permission, Lord Bishop of Rochester. Barlow, William, d. 1613. 1606 (1606) STC 1455; ESTC S114147 14,828 38 View Text
A61170 The Bishop of Rochester's second letter to the Right Honourable the Earl of Dorset and Middlesex Lord Chamberlain of His Majesty's household Sprat, Thomas, 1635-1713. 1689 (1689) Wing S5049; ESTC R15013 15,012 68 View Text
A54489 A sermon preached at St. Mary's Truro, on the second of December, 1697, being the day appointed for a public Thanksgiving for peace by Sim. Paget ... Paget, Simon, 1665 or 6-1716? 1698 (1698) Wing P168; ESTC R5324 15,036 38 View Text
A92565 The last declarations of the Committee of Estates now assembled in Scotland, concerning their proceedings in opposition to the late unlawfull engagement against England. Together with the articles agreed upon by the commissioners appointed by the noblemen, gentlemen, and burgesses who protested against the late engagement. And the answer thereunto. Scotland. Convention of Estates.; Church of Scotland. General Assembly.; Scotland. Parliament. 1648 (1648) Wing S1248; Thomason E468_8; ESTC R203717 15,102 24 View Text
A42738 Thrēnodē, or Englands passing-bell Gilbert, Thomas, 1613-1694.; Sherburne, Edward, Sir, 1618-1702.; Wild, Robert, 1609-1679. 1679 (1679) Wing G723; ESTC R30410 15,121 27 View Text
A67616 A sermon preached at St. Margarets in Westminster at the funeral of Mrs. Susanna Gray, daughter of Henry Gray, Esq., of Enfield in Staffordshire, who on the 29 of October 1654 began her eternal sabbath. Waring, Robert, 1614-1658. 1657 (1657) Wing W869; ESTC R27055 15,128 48 View Text
A95181 A true relation of some passages which passed at Madrid in the year 1623. by Prince Charles, being then in Spain prosecuting the match with the Lady Infanta. As also, severall observations of eleven ominous presages, some of them hapning in the same hear whil'st the said Prince was in Spain, the rest of them hapned from that time untill his death. With a discovery of some of the wayes which the then Popish Bishops used to bring Poperie into this nation. / By a lover of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and the wellfare of this nation. Lover of the gospel of Jesus Christ, and the wellfare of this nation. 1655 (1655) Wing T2918; Thomason E842_18; ESTC R207227 15,273 24 View Text
A65741 Thysia 'aineseōs, or A thank-offering to the Lord for the happy recal of our dread soveraign Charles, by the grace of God, King of England, Scotland, France, and Ireland, defender of the faith, &c. to his kingdoms and people. God save King Charles the II. White, Henry, 1593 or 4-1661. 1660 (1660) Wing W1771A; ESTC R219453 15,508 23 View Text
A20225 A platforme, made for the proofe of Gods prouidence that is, for examining of the truth of this doctrine, whether God by his prouidence rule all things generally, and euery creature and action particularly / by Arthur Dent. Dent, Arthur, d. 1607. 1608 (1608) STC 6646.7; ESTC S332 15,893 48 View Text
A65440 Ferguson's text explain'd and apply'd, in a sermon before the Right Honourable Sir Robert Geffery, Kt., Lord Mayor of London, at Guild-Hall Chappel, December the 6th, anno 1685 by Robert Wensley ... Wensley, Robert, 1647-1689. 1686 (1686) Wing W1352; ESTC R15240 16,002 36 View Text
A52160 A new and true mercurius: or, Mercurius metricus A true relation in meeter (on the behalf of scepter and miter) comprising sundry of the most sad and bad transactions, occurrences and passages in England, Scotland and Ireland, for the space of twelve years last past. For the true information and reformation of the people. Or, sober sadness, and plain-dealing, in a few plain, sober, and sad country rhimes, concerning these sad and heavy times, conducing to a real, personal and national reformation in three sinful lands. To which is added the authours twelve years extream melancholy, with the vvoful effects thereof in him, and the best remedy which he used for the removal of them all. Also a joyful and thankful commemoration of His Majesties happy return to his three kingdoms. By William Mascal above forty years ago Fellow-Commoner of Clarehal in Cambridge, now a poor deacon according to the canonical ordination of the late most famous orthodoxal Church of England. Mascall, William. 1661 (1661) Wing M903C; ESTC R216688 16,008 31 View Text
A65154 A healing question propounded and resolved upon occasion of the late publique and seasonable call to humiliation in order to love and union amongst the honest party, and with a desire to apply balsome to the wound, before it become incurable. Vane, Henry, Sir, 1612?-1662. 1656 (1656) Wing V69; ESTC R38388 16,135 28 View Text
A06897 A newe dialog betwene thangell of God, & the shepherdes in the felde concernynge the natiuite and birthe of Jesus Christ our Lorde & Sauyoure : no lesse godlye than swete and pleasante to reade / lately compyled by T.B. Becon, Thomas, 1512-1567. 1547 (1547) STC 1733.5; ESTC S1783 16,168 57 View Text
A79548 Christs order, and the disciples practice concerning the ministers maintenance, and releeving of the poore: whereby the claiming tithes, or any thing in stead thereof, appeares to be contrary to the Gospel. 1644 (1644) Wing C3968; Thomason E54_23; ESTC R209920 16,391 16 View Text
A20226 A sermon of Gods prouidence Very godly and profitable: preached at South-shoobery in Essex, by Arthur Dent, Minister of Gods word.; Platforme, made for the proofe of Gods providence Dent, Arthur, d. 1607. 1609 (1609) STC 6647; ESTC S116580 16,828 48 View Text
A54907 The captive (that hath long been in captivity) visited with the day-spring from on high. Or the prisoner (that hath fitten in the prison-house of woful darkness) freed into the everlasting light and covenant of God, in which perfect peace and satisfaction is Written by way of conference, and sent out into the world for the sake of those who have long groped upon the tops of the dark mountains, where the barrennesse and emptinesse is, without the knowledge of the true light to be their guide, that they (as in a glass) may see themselves, and read what hath been the cause why they have so long sought, and not found that they have sought for. Given forth especially for the sake of the scattered people in America, by one who labors for and waits to see the elect gathered from the four quarters of the earth, known by the name of Richard Pinder. Pinder, Richard, d. 1695. 1660 (1660) Wing P2262; ESTC R219448 16,995 45 View Text
A03581 The child-birth or womans lecture. That is: A lecture vpon Chap. 1. ver. 57, 58. of the holie Gospell according to Luke very necessarie to bee read and knowne of all young married and teeming women, and not vnprofitable for men of all sortes. By. Chr. H. Hooke, Christopher. 1590 (1590) STC 13702; ESTC S116551 17,682 30 View Text
A92077 Morbus epidemicus: or The disease of the latter dayes: discovered and laid open in a sermon out of the II Ep. of Timothy, ch. 4, v. 3, 4. / By John Ramsey, minister of East Rudham in the county of Norfolk. Ramsey, John, Minister of East Rudham. 1656 (1656) Wing R224; Thomason E892_2; ESTC R631 18,369 36 View Text
A87630 A sermon preach't at Christs-Church Dublin before the generall convention of Ireland. May 24. 1660. By Henry Jones D.D. Vicechancellour of the University of Dublin and Bishop of Clogher. Jones, Henry, 1605-1682. 1660 (1660) Wing J952; Thomason E1041_3; ESTC R207927 18,448 32 View Text
A11771 Aphorismes of state or Certaine secret articles for the re-edifying of the Romish Church agreed vpon, and approued in councell, by the Colledge of Cardinalls in Rome, shewed and deliuered vnto Pope Gregory the 15. a little before his death. Whereunto is annexed a censure vpon the chiefe points of that which the cardinalls had concluded. By Tho. Scott. Very needfull and profitable for all those, who are desirous to vnderstand the euent of the restitution of the Palatinate: and of the state of the Prince-Electors, of Saxon and Brandenburgh, in the behalfe of the clergie in Rome. Fit for the Brittish nation, especially to take notice of, that they may euidently see, the issue of all our treaties, ambassages, and promises, with other hopes depending: wherein we haue beene long held in suspence, and are still like to be, to our vnrecouerable losse. Faithfully translated according to the Latine, and Netherlandish Dutch, into English.; Nieuwe, ongehoorde, vreemde en secrete artijckelen, tot herbouwinge vande Roomsche Kercke-standt, by het Collegie der Cardinalen binnen Romen. English Scott, Thomas, 1580?-1626.; Catholic Church. Collegium Cardinalium. 1624 (1624) STC 22065; ESTC S100964 18,484 32 View Text
A09628 Tvvelve rules, and vveapons concerning the spirituall battel Together with a briefe exposition vpon the sixteene Psalme: with two most worthie epistles, written in Latin by that most worthy and noble gentleman Iohn Picus Earle of Mirandula. And translated into English for the benefite of all good Christian souldiers in the spirituall battaile.; Selections Pico della Mirandola, Giovanni, 1463-1494.; W. H., fl. 1589. 1589 (1589) STC 19898A.3; ESTC S110418 18,502 40 View Text
A89666 Mans wrath and Gods praise. Or, A thanks-giving sermon, preached at Taunton, in the county of Somerset, the 11th. of May, (a day to be had in everlasting remembrance) for the gratious deliverance of that poore towne from the strait siege. / By George Newton, Mr. of Arts, and minister of the Gospell in that place. Newton, George, 1602-1681. 1646 (1646) Wing N1045; Thomason E344_6; ESTC R200954 18,621 32 View Text
A40995 A seasonable sermon for these trovblesome times preached to the right worshipfull companie of the haberdashers, Novemb. 23, 1641 : in the parish-church of St. Mary Stainings in London / by Samvel Favvcet ...; stirring up every one to lay to heart the publique troubles and to doe what is in his power to remedy them. Fawcet, Samuel, 1600 or 1601-1662? 1641 (1641) Wing F562; ESTC R6413 18,641 31 View Text
A40709 The general assembly, or, The necessity of receiving the communion in our publick congregations evinced from the nature of the church, the Word of God, and presbyterian principles, in a sermon / lately preached in the Cathedral Church of Exeter by Francis Fullwood. Fullwood, Francis, d. 1693. 1667 (1667) Wing F2504; ESTC R35476 18,644 34 View Text
A90512 Gospell courage, or Christian resolution for God, and his truth. In a sermon preached before the Honourable House of Commons, at Margarets in Westminster, at a publique fast, the 31. of May, 1643. / By Andrew Perne Master of Arts, sometimes fellow of Katherine Hall in Cambridge: now minister of Wilby in Northampton-Shire. Perne, Andrew, 1594-1654. 1643 (1643) Wing P1577; Thomason E55_12; ESTC R16176 18,919 39 View Text
A96291 A declaration to Great Britain and Ireland, shewing the downfall of their princes, and wherefore it is come upon them: because Christ is riding on his white horse, conquering his enemies till he have destroyed Antichrist, who hath made the nations drunk with the cup of her fornications: and till he have destroyed Mahomet, that great deceiver of the people. / Written and directed to Great Britain, and all other nations; by me Robert Wharton, wel-wisher to my countrymen, and to all the faithfull in Christ Jesus throughout the world. With an humble advice to the Army. This treatise is approved and commended, and thought worthy to be printed, by Master Hugh Peters. Wharton, Robert, fl. 1649. 1649 (1649) Wing W1575; Thomason E555_35; ESTC R204066 18,927 28 View Text
A59757 S. Pauls confession of faith, or, A brief account of his religion in a sermon preach'd at St. Warbroughs Church in Dublin, March 22, 1684/5 / by William Lord Bishop of Kilmore and Ardagh. Sheridan, William, 1636-1711. 1685 (1685) Wing S3231; ESTC R32664 19,031 32 View Text
A20995 A lamentable discourse of the fall of Hughe Sureau (commonly called Du Rosier) from the truth: & his shamefull offence to the church togither with confession ... & remorse Seruing for a notable example to al the world of the fraieltie & vntowardnesse of man, & of the great and vnmeasurable mercie of God to his chosen.; Confession et recognoissance de Hugues Sureau dit du Roisir, touchant sa cheute en la rapaut'e, & les horribles scandales par luy commis. English Du Rosier, Hugues Sureau. 1573 (1573) STC 7369; ESTC S118725 19,223 58 View Text
A97069 The bowing the heart of subjects to their sovereign. A sermon preached on the 24th of May, 1660. Being a day of publick thanksgiving to the Lord for raising up his Excellency the Lord General Monck, and other eminent persons, who have been instrumental in the delivery of this nation from thraldom and misery. By Francis Walsall D.D. and rector of Sandy in Bedfordshire. Walsall, Francis, d. 1661. 1660 (1660) Wing W624; Thomason E1033_6; ESTC R208962 20,053 37 View Text
A63012 Disloyalty of language questioned and censured, or, A sermon preached aginst the licencious loosenesse of seditious tongues by Rich. Towgood ... ; with a brief corollarie now added, questioning and censuring rebellious actions. Towgood, Richard, 1595?-1683. 1643 (1643) Wing T1976; ESTC R204856 20,207 68 View Text
A91027 The principles of faith, presented by Mr. Tho. Goodwin, Mr. Nye, Mr. Sydrach Simson, and other ministers, to the committee of Parliament for religion, by way of explanation to the proposals for propagating of the gospel. Goodwin, Thomas, 1600-1680.; Nye, Philip, 1596?-1672.; Simpson, Sidrach, 1600?-1655. 1654 (1654) Wing P3496; Thomason E234_5 20,440 40 View Text
A23632 A narrative of God's gracious dealings with that choice Christian Mrs. Hannah Allen (afterwards married to Mr. Hatt,) reciting the great advantages the devil made of her deep melancholy, and the triumphant victories, rich and sovereign graces, God gave her over all his stratagems and devices. Allen, Hannah. 1683 (1683) Wing A1025; ESTC R41221 20,554 91 View Text
A04031 A sermon vpon the words of Saint Paul, Let euerie soule be subiect vnto the higher powers wherein the Popes soueraigntie ouer princes, amongst other errors, is briefly but sufficiently refuted, and the supremacie of the King, by cleare euidence and strong proofe auerred, to the silencing of the aduersarie, and satisfaction of the indifferent Christian, not blinded with partialitie and preiudicate opinion / by Thomas Ingmethorpe. Ingmethorpe, Thomas. 1619 (1619) STC 14088.5; ESTC S121083 20,575 38 View Text
A87750 A discovery of the arbitrary, tyrannicall, and illegall actions of some of the committee of the county of Lincoln, occasioned by a charge given to the grand jury at the Quarter Sessions of the peace held at Folkingham in the county aforesaid, upon the 5 of Octob. 1646. / By Edvvard King, of Marton in the county aforesaid Esquire, Justice of the Peace for that part of the county: wherein is set forth the exorbitancy of the said committee men, who transgressed the laws, changed the ordinances, and broak the solemn vow, League and covenant; with severall warrants under their hands for the cleer and evident proof of the same. King, Edward, of Marton, Lincolnshire. 1647 (1647) Wing K492; Thomason E373_3; ESTC R201324 20,581 34 View Text
A94759 The palace of justice opened and set to veiw [sic], in a sermon at Margarets Westminster before the Honorable House of Commons assembled in Parliament, upon the 12th of May, 1646. Being the day of their solemn thanksgiving, for regaining and taking in the several garisons, of the city of Exeter. Barnstable. Michaels Mount in Cornwall Ruthen Castle. Ilford-Combe. Aberystwyth in Wales. [double brace] Dunster Castle. Titbury Castle. Woodstock Mannor. Castle of Bridgnorth. Banbury Castle. Newarke. / By Sam. Torshel. Torshell, Samuel, 1604-1650. 1646 (1646) Wing T1940; Thomason E337_12; ESTC R200826 21,000 29 View Text
A29132 The last conflicts and death of Mr. Thomas Peacock, batchelour of divinity, and fellow of Brasen-nose Colledge in Oxford published by E.B. from the copy of that famous divine Mr Robert Bolton, late minister of Broughton in Northhampton-shire. Bolton, Robert, 1572-1631.; Bagshaw, Edward, 1629-1671. 1646 (1646) Wing B414A; ESTC R34191 21,040 82 View Text
A52540 The seditious principle viz. that the supreme power is inherent in the people, and that perpetually as in the proper subject (upon which the late lawlesse actings against the King were grounded, and from which the long thraldom and misery of the three nations did ensue) : examined and confuted / by John Novell... Novell, John. 1662 (1662) Wing N1421A; ESTC R31102 21,045 36 View Text
B08186 The lamentations of Germany. Wherein, as in a glasse, we may behold her miserable condition, and reade the woefull effects of sinne. / Composed by an eye-witnesse thereof: and illustrated by pictures, the more to affect the reader. By Dr. Vincent. Theol.. Vincent, Philip, b. 1600.; Weckherlin, Georg Rodolf, 1584-1653. 1638 (1638) STC 24760.5; ESTC S95680 21,484 88 View Text