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A59038 The sad and dreadful relation of a bloody and cruel murther committed by Mr. Thomas Low a minister, in Heart-Street, Covent-Garden, upon his own person, on the 29th. or 30th. of March. 1684. Together with the circumstances that attended it, as they appeared before the coroners inquest, who sate upon the dead corps on the 30th. of the aforesaid month, and what else happened remarkable thereupon. 1684 (1684) Wing S237; ESTC R219826 1,367 3 View Text
A63506 A True description of a treacherous plot intended against this kingdome by the Lord Digby and his asistants at Sherborne in the county of Dorset with the exact number of armes, muskets, pikes and barrels of gunpowder, to the number of two hundred by him hid and contrived in an old cellar belonging to the Lord George his father : with the manner how and by what accident it came to bee descried : as also how the steward of his house being examined and found faultring in his speech was committed to prison where hee yet remaineth. 1642 (1642) Wing T2673; ESTC R9136 2,364 7 View Text
A80885 A declaration and order of his Excellency the Lord Generall Cromwell, and his Councill of Officers: for the continuance of the assesment for six moneths, from the 24th. of June 1653. to the 25th. of December following; at the rate of one hundered and twenty thousand pounds by the moneth, towards the maintenance of the armies and navies of this Common wealth. June 9. 1653. Ordered by his Excellency the Lord Generall Cromwell with the advice of his Councill of Officers, that this declaration be forthwith printed and published. William Malyn Secret. Cromwell, Oliver, 1599-1658. 1653 (1653) Wing C7055; Thomason E1062_2; ESTC R209604 2,690 7 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
A18763 A sad and solemne funerall, of the right Honorable sir Francis Knowles knight, treasorer of the Queenes Maiesties houshold, one of hir priuie councell, and knight of the most honorable order of the Garter. VVritten by Thomas Churchyard Esquier Churchyard, Thomas, 1520?-1604. 1596 (1596) STC 5254; ESTC S105059 3,029 10 View Text
A81610 Don Pedro de Quixot, or in English the right reverend Hugh Peters. 1660 (1660) Wing D1845; Thomason 669.f.25[62]; ESTC R212515 3,137 1 View Text
A69861 [The] Distressed child, or, The Cruel uncle 1700 (1700) Wing D1700; ESTC R30982 3,303 10 View Text
A78498 Certain queries vpon the dissolving of the late Parliament: likewise, vpon the present proceedings of the army; and on the many adresses to them, by the militia-officers of the city, and others (as they say) the godly people: and pretendeth to our good old cause, in order to preserve our rights and liberties both civil and riligious [sic]. 1659 (1659) Wing C1746A; Thomason E980_14; ESTC R207749 4,314 8 View Text
A96138 The malignants conventicle: or, A learned speech spoken by M. VVeb, a citizen, to the rest of his society, which did consist of [brace] citizen, malignants, papists, [double brace] priests, apprentices, wenches. At their common tavern meeting-house in Lincolnes Inne-fields. In which are many things very necessary to be observed, and of so great concernment, that if you will not believe, then take what followes: for now all is out. Web, M. 1643 (1643) Wing W1204; Thomason E245_24; ESTC R22603 5,496 8 View Text
A82315 The doctrine of the Sabbath, as it hath been believed and taught, by ancient and eminent Christians, collected word for word out of their own writings, and now tendred to the consideration of all the godly, especially to direct them to the Parliament, to direct them in their intended Act, for the due and strict observation of the Lords Day. / By a friend to truth, and to the present powers of this Common-wealth, in the way of truth. Dell, William, d. 1664. 1650 (1650) Wing D922; Thomason E597_14; ESTC R206297 5,538 8 View Text
A35663 The Levellers designe discovered, or, The anatomie of the late unhappie mutinie presented unto the souldiery of the army vnder the command of His Excellency the Lord Fairfax, for prevention of the like in others / written by Henry Denne ... Denne, Henry, 1606 or 7-1660? 1649 (1649) Wing D1021; ESTC R4711 5,663 10 View Text
A64134 Toleration tolerated: or, A late learned bishops opinion concerning toleration of religion With some brief observations thereon. Taylor, Jeremy, 1613-1667. 1688 (1688) Wing T402; ESTC R218869 5,671 4 View Text
A70420 Goodman Country to his worship the city of London L'Estrange, Roger, Sir, 1616-1704. 1680 (1680?) Wing L1255B; ESTC R36248 5,748 5 View Text
A87890 Goodman Country: to his worship the city of London. L'Estrange, Roger, Sir, 1616-1704. 1680 (1680) Wing L1255A; ESTC R230775 5,767 4 View Text
A91792 Fifty questions propounded to the Assembly, to answer by the Scriptures: whether corporall pnnishments [sic] may be inflicted upon such as hold different opinions in religion. By S.R. Richardson, Samuel, fl. 1643-1658. 1647 (1647) Wing R1407; Thomason E388_11; ESTC R201507 5,834 9 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
A91790 Certain questions propounded to the assembly, to answer by the Scriptures whether corporall punishments may be inflicted upon such as hold errours in religion. / By S.R. Richardson, Samuel, fl. 1643-1658. 1646 (1646) Wing R1404A; Thomason E1182_6; ESTC R210206 6,417 16 View Text
A56078 The Protestant admirer, or, An answer to the vindication of a popish successor 1681 (1681) Wing P3819; ESTC R2851 6,555 4 View Text
A35157 Great Britain's tears humbly offered to the consideration of the Lords and Commons in Parliament assembled. Crosfeild, Robert. 1695 (1695) Wing C7244; ESTC R36056 8,930 17 View Text
A64373 A sermon concerning the folly of atheism preached before the Queen at White-Hall, February 22, 1690/91 / by Tho. Tenison ... Tenison, Thomas, 1636-1715. 1691 (1691) Wing T715; ESTC R9856 9,461 38 View Text
A47158 A looking-glass for all those called Protestants in these three nations Wherein they may see, who are true Protestants, and who are degenerated and gone from the testimony and doctrine of the antient Protestants. And hereby it is made to appear, that the people, called in derision Quakers, are true (yea the truest) Protestants, because their testimony agreeth with the testimony of the antient Protestants in the most weighty things wherein the Lord called them forth in that day. Particularly, with the testimony and doctrine of William Tindal, who is called a worthy martyr, and principal teacher of the Church of England;faithfully collected out of his works. By George Keith. Keith, George, 1639?-1716.; Tyndale, William, d. 1536. 1674 (1674) Wing K180; ESTC R218561 10,288 42 View Text
A15721 Earth raining vpon heauen A sermon preached at the assises holden at Nottingham, August 5. 1614. By VVilliam VVorship, Doctor in Diuinitie. Worship, William. 1614 (1614) STC 25994; ESTC S120299 10,604 34 View Text
A60324 The Catholick cause, or, The horrid practice of murdering kings, justified, and commended by the Pope in a speech to his cardinals, upon the barbarous assassination of Henry the Third of France, who was stabb'd by Jaques Clement, a Dominican Fryar : the true copy of which speech, both in Latin, and also faithfully rendred into English, you have in the following pages.; De Henrici Tertii morte sermo. English & Latin Sixtus V, Pope, 1520-1590.; Clemens non Papa, Jacobus, ca. 1510-ca. 1555. 1678 (1678) Wing S3931; ESTC R21677 10,825 47 View Text
A91794 The necessity of toleration in matters of religion, or, Certain questions propounded to the Synod, tending to prove that corporall punishments ought not to be inflicted upon such as hold errors in religion, and that in matters of religion, men ought not to be compelled, but have liberty and freedome. Here is also the copy of the edict of the Emperours Constantinus and Licinius, and containing the reasons that inforced them to grant unto all men liberty to choose, and follow what religion they thought best. Also here is the faith of the Assembly of Divines, as it was taken out of the exactest copy of their practise, with the non-conformists answer why they cannot receive and submit to the said faith. / By Samuel Richardson. Richardson, Samuel, fl. 1643-1658.; Constantine I, Emperor of Rome, d. 337.; Westminster Assembly (1643-1652) 1647 (1647) Wing R1409; Thomason E407_18; Thomason E407_19; ESTC R203392 10,835 16 View Text
A97291 A dialogue between George Fox a Quaker, Geo. Keith a Quodlibitarian, Mr. M. an Anabaptist, Mr. L. an Episcoparian With a friendly address to them all, by Sam. Reconcilable. By Trepidantium Malleus. Trepidantium Malleus. 1700 (1700) Wing Y78; ESTC R230921 11,194 28 View Text
B08631 The case of Elizabeth Dutchess of Albemarle, and Christopher Monke Esquire, [brace] appellants. Against John, Earl of Bath, and others respondents 1680 (1680) Wing C911A; ESTC R173516 12,012 6 View Text
A06379 A seconde declaration of the Prince of Conde, to make knowen the causers of the troubles whyche are at this day in this realme, and the dutie wherein he hathe and yet putteth hym selfe in at this presente, for the pacifyeng of the same. 1562 Condé, Louis, prince de, 1530-1569. 1562 (1562) STC 16850; ESTC S107742 13,211 39 View Text
A27357 David and Saul, or, His Majesty's case and his enemies preached on the occasion of the Association / by T.B. T. B., countrey minister of the Church of England. 1696 (1696) Wing B180A; ESTC R25900 13,227 31 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
A62059 A sermon preached at St. Paul's Covent-Garden upon Sunday the second of December, 1694 Being the day appointed by Their Majesties for a publick thanksgiving for the preservation of His Majesty from the dangers to which his royal person was exposed during his late expedition; and for his safe return to his people, and for the success of his forces by sea and land. Publish'd at the request of the parishioners. By John Swynfen, chaplain to the Right Honourable the Earl of Bradford, and lecturer at St. Magnus Church at the Bridge Foot. Imprimatur. Decemb. 14. 1694. C. Alston. Swynfen, John, 1662-1728. 1695 (1695) Wing S6289A; ESTC R221876 14,007 33 View Text
A14104 A shorte and pithie discourse, concerning the engendring, tokens, and effects of all earthquakes in generall particularly applyed and conferred with that most strange and terrible worke of the Lord in shaking the earth, not only within the citie of London, but also in most partes of all Englande: vvhich hapned vpon VVensday in Easter weeke last past, which was the sixt day of April, almost at sixe a clocke in the euening, in the yeare of our Lord God. 1580. Written by T.T. the 13. of April. 1580. Twyne, Thomas, 1543-1613. 1580 (1580) STC 24413; ESTC S118790 14,356 23 View Text
A36125 A Discovery of one sham more design'd against three of His Majesties justices of the peace for the county of Surrey. 1681 (1681) Wing D1644; ESTC R944 14,376 18 View Text
A54150 The great question to be considered by the King and this approaching Parliament, briefly proposed, and modestly discussed, (to wit); how far religion is concerned in policy or civil government and policy in religion? ... / by one who desires to give unto Cæsar the things that are Gods. Penn, William, 1644-1718. 1679 (1679) Wing P1300; ESTC R7032 14,393 8 View Text
A47129 The causeless ground of surmises, jealousies and unjust offences removed, in a full clearing of faithful Friends, and a sober vindication of my innocency, and the Friends concerned with me in relation to the late religious differences and breaches among some of the people called Quakers in America. Keith, George, 1639?-1716. 1694 (1694) Wing K149; ESTC R1482 14,639 18 View Text
A41287 A speech of the Honourable Nathanael Fiennes, second son to the right honourable the Lord Say, in answere to the third speech of the Lord George Digby concerning bishops and the city of Londons petition : both which were made the 9th of Feb. 1640 in the honourable House of Commons : in which is plainely cleared the severall objections that are made against the Londoners petition and also the great and transcendent evills of episcopal government, are demonstrated and plainly laid open. Fiennes, Nathaniel, 1607 or 8-1669. 1641 (1641) Wing F880; ESTC R226088 15,328 32 View Text
A59808 The danger of corrupting the faith by philosophy a sermon preach'd before the Right Honble, the Lord Mayor and Court of Aldermen at Guildhall-Chappel on Sunday, April 25, 1697 / by William Sherlock. Sherlock, William, 1641?-1707. 1697 (1697) Wing S3280; ESTC R28137 15,328 30 View Text
B12207 The copy of a letter sent from an English gentleman, lately become a Catholike beyond the seas, to his Protestant friend in England in answere to some points, wherin his opinion was required, concerning the present busines of the Palatinate, & marriage with Spayne : and also declaring his reasons for the change of his religion. Crynes, N. 1622 (1622) STC 5742.7; ESTC S1070 15,353 106 View Text
A42878 The nativity of the most valiant and puissant monarch, Lewis the fourteenth, king of France and Navarre astronomically and astrologically handled. Gadbury, John, 1627-1704. 1680 (1680) Wing G90; ESTC R30398 15,443 40 View Text
A51156 A phylosophical and medicinal essay of the waters of Tunbridge written to a person of honour / by Pat. Madan ... Madan, Patrick. 1687 (1687) Wing M244; ESTC R16300 15,443 30 View Text
A67185 A sermon preached at Bowden in Cheshire, April 6th, 1691 at the funeral of the right honourable Mary, Countess of Warrington by Richard Wroe. Wroe, Richard, 1641-1717. 1691 (1691) Wing W3729; ESTC R12196 15,529 32 View Text
A49182 A direct method of ordering and curing people of that loathsome disease, the small-pox teaching the common sort of people (to whom the care of the sick is for the most part committed) how to go thorow their business with much more safety ... : as also how to prevent the usual deformity of marks and scars ... for the benefit of all, but especially the poor / being the twenty years practical experience and observations of John Lamport, alias, Lampard ... Lamport, John. 1685 (1685) Wing L307; ESTC R11793 15,715 38 View Text
A12970 Disme: the art of tenths, or decimall arithmetike teaching how to perform all computations whatsoeuer, by whole numbers without fractions, by the foure principles of common arithmeticke: namely addition, subtraction, multiplication, and diuision. Inuented by the excellent mathematician, Simon Steuin. Published in English with wholesome additions by Robert Norton, Gent.; Thiende. English Stevin, Simon, 1548-1620.; Norton, Robert, d. 1635. 1608 (1608) STC 23264; ESTC S104599 15,830 36 View Text
A73737 The vvonders of the ayre, the trembling of the earth and the warnings of the world before the Iudgement day. Written by Thomas Churchyard esquire, seruant to the Queens Maiestie. Churchyard, Thomas, 1520?-1604. 1602 (1602) STC 5260.5; ESTC S124798 16,729 25 View Text
A48904 A vindication of The reasonableness of Christianity, &c. from Mr. Edwards's reflections Locke, John, 1632-1704. 1695 (1695) Wing L2769; ESTC R18275 16,897 48 View Text
A07471 Epitaphs vpon the vntymelie death of that hopefull, learned, and religious youth, Mr VVilliam Michel sonne to a reverend pastor, Mr Thomas Michel, parson of Turreff, and minister of the Gospel there) [sic] who departed this lyfe the 6 of Ianuarie, 1634. in the 24 yeare of his age. Together with a consolatorie epistle, to the mother of the sayd young man; wherein his vertues and good carriage are mentioned. Baron, Robert, 1593?-1639. 1634 (1634) STC 17857; ESTC S113173 17,133 47 View Text
A72180 A sermon preached at Pauls Crosse the thirtie day of May. 1591 By M. George Giffard, preacher of the worde of God at Maldon in Essex. Gifford, George, d. 1620. 1591 (1591) STC 11862.3; ESTC S124958 18,032 49 View Text
A67918 Opus astrologicum, &c. or, An astrological work left to posterity, by Nich. Culpeper, gent. Briefly containing, 1. A century of aphorisms, appropriated to the resolving of horary questions. 2. Elections astrological, for such as are going to war. 3. Elections and observations concerning journeys. 4. Elections for buildings, hidden treasures, and marriages. 5. Prognostications, and astrological secrets, proved by example. Culpeper, Nicholas, 1616-1654. 1654 (1654) Wing C7524; ESTC R20122 18,186 109 View Text
A39386 A sermon preach'd before the societies for reformation of manners in Dublin, October the 4th, 1698 by Tho. Emlyn. Emlyn, Thomas, 1663-1741. 1698 (1698) Wing E713; ESTC R29400 18,987 26 View Text
A66985 A sermon preach'd January XXX. 1684/5 being the fast for the martyrdom of King Charles I of blessed memory / Benjamin Woodroffe ... Woodroffe, Benjamin, 1638-1711. 1685 (1685) Wing W3469; ESTC R10607 19,085 44 View Text
A01086 Certaine considerations touching the better pacification, and edification of the Church of England dedicated to His most excellent Maiestie. Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. 1604 (1604) STC 1120; ESTC S101540 19,100 46 View Text
A27232 The Quakers challenge made to the Norfolk clergy, or, A relation of a conference between some clergy-men of the Church of England and some Quakers held (on the 8th of December 1698 in West-Dereham Church) in the county of Norfolk : together with those letters which passed between them in order thereunto : to which is added a certificate relateing to the challenge. Beckham, Edward, 1637 or 8-1714.; Meriton, Henry, d. 1707.; Topcliffe, Lancaster, 1646 or 7-1720. 1699 (1699) Wing B1654; ESTC R27616 19,882 30 View Text
A03492 The acts of the diet of Regenspurgh: held in the yeeres 1622 and 1623 Containing these seuerall treatises. 1 Sixe propositions made by the emperour. 2 The consultaes of aduices of the princes vpon the first three of them. 3 The emperours replica to their aduices. 4 Their answer to his replica, with a relation also. 5 Their answer to the three last imperiall propositions. 6 The emperours finall resolution concerning the whole businesse. Holy Roman Empire. Reichstag.; Holy Roman Empire. Emperor (1619-1637 : Ferdinand II) 1623 (1623) STC 13613; ESTC S117344 20,105 41 View Text
A46344 The Judgment given forth by twenty-eight Quakers against George Keith and his Friends with answers to the said judgment declaring those twenty-eight Quakers to be no Christians : as also An appeal (for which several were imprisoned &c.) by the said George Keith &c. to the early meeting Sept. 1692, with a full account of the said yearly meeting signed by seventy Quakers. Budd, Thomas, 1648-1699. A true copy of three judgments. 1694 (1694) Wing J1173; ESTC R28748 20,634 24 View Text
A68527 A godlye, and pithie exhortation, made to the iud[ges of Sussex ...] By William Ouerton, Doctor of Diuinitie, and one of the Queenes Maiesties iustices appoynted for the peace vvithin the same countie Overton, William, 1525?-1609. 1579 (1579) STC 18925; ESTC S107302 20,693 63 View Text
A79533 A whip for the lecturers of Lewis, and for all those Presbyterians, and others of the clergy which maintain that damnable opinion of absolute reprobation, according to the sense of the within written paper. With an exact copy of two several letters sent unto the the said lecturers, wherein the author desires satisfaction concerning the said opinion, with an answer to one of the said letters, being a true copy also. / By Edward Choune ... Choune, Edward. 1657 (1657) Wing C3929; ESTC R171318 20,781 29 View Text
A60805 Some modest reflections upon Mr. Stephens's late book, entituled, A plain relation of the late action at sea, between the English, Dutch, and French fleets, from June 22 to July 5 last with reflections thereupon, and upon the present state of the nation, &c. : with a vindication of the Church of England from what he has therein advanc'd against her / by a hearty lover of King William and Queen Mary. Hearty lover of King William and Queen Mary. 1691 (1691) Wing S4523; ESTC R17992 20,922 32 View Text
A61852 A voice from heaven, calling the people of God to a perfect separation from mystical Babylon as it was delivered in a sermon at Pauls before the Right Honorable the Lord Major and Aldermen of the city of London, on Novem. 5, 1653 / by William Strong ... Strong, William, d. 1654. 1654 (1654) Wing S6012; ESTC R686 21,131 40 View Text
A03632 A godly confession and protestacion of the christian fayth, made and set furth by Ihon Hooper, wherin is declared what a christia[n] manne is bound to beleue of God, hys Kyng, his neibour, and hymselfe Hooper, John, d. 1555. 1550 (1550) STC 13757; ESTC S117853 21,202 64 View Text
A91477 The judges charge; delivered in a sermon before M. Justice Hale, and M. Sergeant Crook, judges of assize, at St. Mary-Overies in Southwark, Martii 22. 1658. As also setting forth, the necessity of magistracy, for the weal of a people. With a serious item and admonition to all unruly spirits, that despite dominion, and resist the ordinance of God. By Rich. Parr, M.A. sometimes Fellow of Exeter-Colledge in Oxford, now pastor of Camerwel in the county of Surry. Parr, Richard, 1617-1691. 1658 (1658) Wing P547; Thomason E947_2; ESTC R33023 21,680 40 View Text
A01372 A briefe treatise against the priesthood & sacrifice of the Church of Rome wherein the simple may perceiue their intollerable impietie, usurping that office and action, which euer appertaine to Christ onely / by G.G. G. G. 1584 (1584) STC 11493.5; ESTC S2680 22,365 64 View Text
A00338 A very pleasaunt [and] fruitful diologe called the Epicure, made by that famous clerke Erasmus of Roterodame, newly translated. 1545; Colloquia. English. Selections Erasmus, Desiderius, d. 1536.; Gerrard, Philip. 1545 (1545) STC 10460; ESTC S113434 22,502 94 View Text
A30395 News from France in a letter giving a relation of the present state of the difference between the French king and the court of Rome : to which is added the Popes brief to the assembly of the clergy, and the protestation made by them in Latin : together with an English translation of them. Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715.; Innocent XI, Pope, 1611-1689. Ad archiepiscopos, episcopos, totumque clerum in regno Galliae. English & Latin.; Fall, James, 1646 or 7-1711.; Catholic Church. Assemblée générale du clergé de France. Cleri Gallicani de ecclesiastica potestate declaratio. English & Latin. 1682 (1682) Wing B5839; ESTC R21875 22,511 40 View Text
A04270 The ioy of the vpright man In a sermon preached at Grayes Inne: By I. B. Wherein is declared the hidden comfort, the sure reward, the present condition of the vpright-hearted. Barlow, John, b. 1580 or 81. 1619 (1619) STC 1439; ESTC S116383 22,522 44 View Text
A01374 A briefe treatise against the priesthood and sacrifice of the Church of Rome vvherein the simple may perceiue thir intollerable impietie, usurping that office and action, which ever appertaine to Christ only, by G.G. Gifford, George, d. 1620. 1635 (1635) STC 11495; ESTC S120395 23,034 41 View Text
A07301 A nevv instuction [sic] of plowing and setting of corne, handled in manner of a dialogue betweene a ploughman and a scholler Wherein is proued plainely that plowing and setting, is much more profitable and lesse chargeable, than plowing and sowing. By Edvvard Maxey. Gent. Maxey, Edward, Gent. 1601 (1601) STC 17695; ESTC S113159 23,101 35 View Text
A03125 A manifest and apparent confutation of an astrological discourse, lately published to the discomfort (without cause) of the weake and simple sort, as will by the sequel of that which foloweth, euidently appeare With a briefe prognostication, or astrologicall prediction, of the coniunction of the two superiour planets, Saturn and Iupiter: which shalbe in the year of our Lord God 1583 the 29. of Aprill, at three of the clocke in the morning. / VVritten the 25. of March by Thomas Heth, Master of Art. Heath, Thomas, astronomer. 1583 (1583) STC 13255.3; ESTC S106102 23,841 84 View Text
A85971 Edovardus Confessor redivivus. The piety and vertues of holy Edward the Confessor reviv'd in the sacred Majesty of King James the II. Being a relation of the admirable and unexpected finding of a sacred relique, (viz. the crucifix) of that pious prince; which was found in Westminster-Abby, (the place of his interrment) 622 years succeeding; and is since worn sometimes by his present Majesty. With a comment thereon. Previous to which relation, are recited many wonderful casual discoveries; all of them being presagious, or very effective. Gibbon, John, 1629-1718. 1688 (1688) Wing G649; Thomason E1963_13; ESTC R225399 23,999 46 View Text
A15697 The fore-runner of Bels dovvnefall wherin, is breifely answered his braggnig [sic] offer of disputation, and insolent late challenge: the particularties [sic] of the confutation of his bookes, shortly by goddes grace to be published, are mentioned: with à breife answere, to his crakinge and calumnious confutinge of papistes by papistes them selues: and lastly à taste. Giuen of his rare pretended sinceritye, with som few examples. Woodward, Philip, ca. 1557-1610.; Parsons, Robert, 1546-1610, attributed name. 1605 (1605) STC 25972.5; ESTC S114156 24,220 62 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
A68983 The court and country, or A briefe discourse dialogue-wise set downe betweene a courtier and a country-man contayning the manner and condition of their liues, with many delectable and pithy sayings worthy obseruation. Also, necessary notes for a courtier. VVritten by N.B. Gent. Breton, Nicholas, 1545?-1626? 1618 (1618) STC 3641; ESTC S104725 24,408 40 View Text
A89682 An apology for the service of love, and the people that own it, commonly called, the family of love. Being a plain, but groundly discourse, about the right and true Christian religion : set forth dialogue-wise between the citizen, the countreyman, and an exile : as the same was presented to the high court of Parliament, in the time of Queen Elizabeth; and penned by one of her Majesties menial servants, who was in no small esteem with her, for his wisdom and godliness. With another short confession of their faith, made by the same people. And finally some notes & collections, gathered by a private hand out of H.N. upon, or concerning the eight beatitudes. Niclaes, Hendrik, 1502?-1580? 1656 (1656) Wing N1122; Thomason E1610_1; ESTC R210332 24,412 73 View Text
A50679 An antidote against the venom of Quakerism, or, Some observations, on a little pamphlet, stiled, The Christianity of the people commonly called Quakers by John Meriton ... Meriton, John, 1666-1717. 1699 (1699) Wing M1816; ESTC R11247 24,688 49 View Text
A91796 Plain dealing: or the unvailing of the opposers of the present government and governors. In answer of several things affirmed by Mr. Vavasor Powell and others: shewing, 1. That there is no reason to oppose or finde fault with the present government. 2. That there is not any scripture that doth justifie their opposing the present government. 3. That the word of God is for the present government and governors, and requireth us to own them and to be subject to them. 4. That the holy scriptures are against the opposition that is made against the present government and governors. 5. Reasons to prove that his highnesse Oliver Cromwell and the right honourable his councel ought to execute the legislative power. / By Samuel Richardson. Richardson, Samuel, fl. 1643-1658. 1653 (1653) Wing R1412; Thomason E865_3; ESTC R207618 24,991 24 View Text
A02457 A sermon needfull for theese [sic] times wherein is shewed, the insolencies of Naash King of Ammon, against the men of Iabesh Gilead, and the succors of Saule, and his people sent for their reliefe. Preached at Paules Crosse the 14 of Feb. 1590. by R.H. fellow of the New Colledge in Oxford. Hacket, Roger, 1559-1621. 1591 (1591) STC 12589; ESTC S118991 25,030 54 View Text
A20865 A new counsell against the pestilence declaring what kinde of disease it is, of what cause it procedeth, the signes and tokens thereof: with the order of curing the same.; Consilium novum de pestilentia. English Drouet, Pierre, fl. 1578.; Twyne, Thomas, 1543-1613. 1578 (1578) STC 7241; ESTC S108183 25,412 76 View Text
A81220 A sermon pressing to, and directing in, that great duty of praising God. Preached to the Parliament at Westminster, Octob: 8. 1656. Being the day of their solemn thanksgiving to God for that late successe given to some part of the fleet of this Common-wealth against the Spanish fleet in its return from the West Indies. / By Joseph Caryl, minister of the Gospel at Magnus near London Bridge. Caryl, Joseph, 1602-1673.; England and Wales. Parliament. 1657 (1657) Wing C788; Thomason E899_7; ESTC R206750 25,634 47 View Text
A31082 A sermon preached on the fifth of November, MDCLXXIII by Isaac Barrow ... Barrow, John, 1650 or 51-1684. 1679 (1679) Wing B953; ESTC R37070 25,860 39 View Text
A51391 The Bishop of VVorcester's letter to a friend for vindication of himself from Mr. Baxter's calumny Morley, George, 1597-1684. 1662 (1662) Wing M2790; ESTC R697 25,939 52 View Text
A62495 The English remedy, or, Talbor's wonderful secret for cureing of agues and feavers sold by the author Sir Robert Talbor to the Most Christian King, and since his death ordered by His Majesty to be published in French for the benefit of his subjects ; and now translated into English for publick good. Blégny, Monsieur de (Nicolas), 1652-1722.; Talbor, Robert, Sir, 1642-1681. 1682 (1682) Wing T111; ESTC R26272 26,144 122 View Text
A03419 A Christian caueat for al estates. Or A sermon, preached by that religious seruant of God, Master George Hockin, Bachelor of Diuinitie, Fellow of Excester Colledge, and preacher to the towne of Totnes in Deuon Hockin, George, b. 1569 or 70.; I. C., fl. 1622. 1622 (1622) STC 13542; ESTC S116598 26,164 49 View Text
A42850 London's deliverance predicted in a short discourse shewing the cause of plagues in general, and the probable time (God not contradicting the course of second causes) when the present pest may abate, &c. / by John Gadbury. Gadbury, John, 1627-1704. 1665 (1665) Wing G86; ESTC R24344 26,606 49 View Text
A20497 A discourse against flatterie Chandos, Grey Brydges, Baron, d. 1621.; Devonshire, William Cavendish, Earl of, 1590-1628, attributed name.; Cavendish, Gilbert, attributed name.; Hobbes, Thomas, 1588-1679, attributed name. 1611 (1611) STC 6906; ESTC S116952 26,793 158 View Text
A17597 An admonicion against astrology iudiciall and other curiosities, that raigne novv in the vvorld: written in the french tonge by Ihon Caluine and translated into English, by G.G.; Advertissement contre l'astrologie judiciaire. English Calvin, Jean, 1509-1564.; Gilby, Goddred. 1561 (1561) STC 4372; ESTC S107476 26,860 82 View Text
A11511 The free schoole of vvarre, or, A treatise, vvhether it be lawfull to beare armes for the seruice of a prince that is of a diuers religion; Quaestio quodlibetica. English Sarpi, Paolo, 1552-1623.; Bedell, William, 1571-1642.; Brent, Nathaniel, Sir, 1573?-1652. 1625 (1625) STC 21758; ESTC S116734 27,201 78 View Text
A75977 The glory of women: or, A treatise declaring the excellency and preheminence of women above men, which is proved both by scripture, law, reason, and authority, divine, and humane. Written first in Latine by Henricus Cornelius Agrippa Knight, and doctor both of law and physicke. And presented to Margaret Augusta, Queen of the Austrians and Burgundians. And now translated into English, for the vertuous and beautifull female sex of the Commonwealth of England By Edvv. Fleetvvood, Gent.; Declamatio de nobilitate et praecellentia foeminei sexus. English Agrippa von Nettesheim, Heinrich Cornelius, 1486?-1535.; Fleetwood, Edward. 1652 (1652) Wing A788; Thomason E655_7; ESTC R205944 27,257 39 View Text
A56029 Proposals for a national reformation of manners humbly offered to the consideration of our magistrates & clergy : to which is added, I. the instrument for reformation : II. an account of several murders, &c. and particularly a bloody slaughter-house discover'd in Rosemary-lane ... : as also the black roll, containing the names and crimes of several hundreds persons, who have been prosecuted by the society, for whoring, drunkenness, Sabbath-breaking, &c. / published by the Society for Reformation. Societies for the Reformation of Manners. 1694 (1694) Wing P3725; ESTC R4427 27,307 37 View Text
A53946 The antiquity of the Protestant religion with an answer to Mr. Sclater's reasons, and the collections made by the author of the pamphlet entitled Nubes Testium : in a letter to a person of quality : the first part. Pelling, Edward, d. 1718. 1687 (1687) Wing P1072; ESTC R1036 27,540 74 View Text
A03882 A treatise concerning the properties and offices of the true Church of Christ VVritten in Latin, by the reuerend Father Iames Gordon Huntley of Scotland, Doctour of Diuinity, of the Society of Iesus. And translated into English, by I.L. of the same Society. The first part of the second controuersy; Controversiarum epitomes. English. Selections Gordon, James, 1541-1620.; Wright, William, 1563-1639. 1614 (1614) STC 13997; ESTC S118148 27,620 62 View Text
A54939 A letter from Moses Pitt, to the authour of a book, intituled, some discourses upon Dr. Burnet, now Ld. Bp. of Salisbury and Dr. Tillotson, late Ld. A.B. of Canterbury occasioned by the late funeral sermon of the former upon the latter. Pitt, Moses, fl. 1654-1696.; Hickes, George, 1642-1715.; Tillotson, John, 1630-1694. 1695 (1695) Wing P2307; ESTC R7270 27,662 34 View Text
A95857 A charge against the Jews, and the Christian world, for not coming to Christ, who would have freely given them eternall life. Delivered in a sermon, before the Right Honorable the House of Peers, in the Abbey Church at Westminster, on May 26. 1647. being the day of their publick fast. / By Thomas Valentine, one of the Assembly of Divines, and Minister of Chalfont in the County of Bucks. Valentine, Thomas, 1585 or 6-1665? 1647 (1647) Wing V24; Thomason E389_6; ESTC R201520 27,808 35 View Text
A37969 Brief remarks upon Mr. Whiston's New theory of the earth and upon an other gentleman's objections against some passages in a discourse of the existence and providence of God, relating to the Copernican hypothesis / by John Edwards ... Edwards, John, 1637-1716. 1697 (1697) Wing E197; ESTC R21718 27,908 59 View Text
A49982 An account at large of the Right Honourable the Earl of Danby's arguments at the Court of King's-bench at Westminster, upon his Lordship's motion for bail, the 27th day of May, term. pasch, 1682 together with the judges answers and the Earl's replyes, as they were then truly taken. Leeds, Thomas Osborne, Duke of, 1631-1712.; England and Wales. Court of King's Bench. 1682 (1682) Wing L918; ESTC R863 28,531 31 View Text
A34296 The Congress at The Hague C. W. 1691 (1691) Wing C5843; ESTC R1457 28,593 80 View Text
A27410 An impartial history of the life and death of George Lord Jeffreys late Lord Chancellor of England Dunton, John, 1659-1733.; Bent, James. 1689 (1689) Wing B1906; ESTC R31269 29,139 58 View Text
A83948 Englands apology, for its late change: or, A sober persvvasive, of all disaffected or dissenting persons, to a seasonable engagement, for the settlement of this common-vvealth. Drawne from the workings of providence. The state of affaires. The danger of division. 1651 (1651) Wing E2943; Thomason E623_12; ESTC R201917 29,152 43 View Text
A38376 Englands apology for its late change, or, A sober persvvasive of all disaffected or dissenting persons to a seasonable engagement for the settlement of this common-vvealth drawne from the workings of providence, the state of affaires, the danger of division. 1651 (1651) Wing E2942; ESTC R20286 29,201 44 View Text
B04134 Cum bono deo. A remonstrance to the Godly party. Two maine quæries, which stand much usefull fo these our times. ... And a vindication of both. / By Andrew Logie sometime Arch-Deane of Aberdene; Penned by the author, ann. 1654, and printed 1661. Logie, Andrew. 1661 (1661) Wing L2840; ESTC R180013 29,338 52 View Text
A07765 A letter written by a French Catholike gentleman, to the maisters at Sorbonne. Concerning the late victories obtained by the king of Nauarre, aswell against the Duke of Ioyeuse at Coutras vpon Tuesday the twentieth of October, 1587. as els where Mornay, Philippe de, seigneur du Plessis-Marly, 1549-1623. 1588 (1588) STC 18144; ESTC S107518 29,846 82 View Text
A43451 The charge of scandal and giving offence by conformity refelled and reflected back upon separation : and that place of St. Paul I Cor. 10:32 that hath been so usually urged by dissenters in this case asserted to its true sence and vindicated from favouring the end for which it hath beed quoted by them. Hesketh, Henry, 1637?-1710. 1683 (1683) Wing H1608; ESTC R227746 30,131 52 View Text
A25519 An Answer to a late pamphlet intituled, The judgement and doctrine of the clergy of the Church of England concerning one special branch of the King's prerogative, viz, in dispensing with the penal-laws shewing that this is not affected by the Most Reverend Fathers in God, the Lords Arch-Bishops, Bancroft, Laud and Usher ... the Lord Bishop Sanderson ... the Reverend Doctors, Dr. Hevlin, Dr. Barrow, Dr. Sherlock ... Dr. Hicks, Dr. Nalson, Dr. Puller, so far as appears from their words cited in this pamphlet : in a letter to a friend. 1687 (1687) Wing A3309; ESTC R15256 30,429 41 View Text