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A64279 A tear dropt from the hearse of the Reverend Dr. Benjamin Calamy, late minister of St. Lawrence Jury London, who departed this life on Sunday the 3d of January, 1685/6 1685 (1685) Wing T606; ESTC R2347 1,507 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
B01501 The Lord General Monck his speech, delivered by him in the Parliament on Monday, Feb. 6. 1659. Albemarle, George Monck, Duke of, 1608-1670. 1660 (1660) Wing A870; ESTC R170086 1,699 11 View Text
A08058 The deuice of the pageant set forth by the vvorshipfull companie of the fishmongers, for the right honorable Iohn Allot: established Lord Maior of London, and Maior of the staple for this present yeere of our Lord 1590. By T. Nelson. Nelson, Thomas, fl. 1580. 1590 (1590) STC 18423; ESTC S120997 2,596 7 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
A70342 The Commons petition of long afflicted England to the chiefe chancellor of heaven and onely ivdge of Earth with his gracious answere thereto. C. I. 1642 (1642) Wing I1; ESTC R19037 3,100 8 View Text
A87805 The knavish merchant (now turn'd warehouseman) characterized or A severe scourge, for an unjust, cruel, and unconsionable adversary / By Philadelphus Verax a cordial friend to his honest (though injuriously oppressed) aquaintance Thomas Crocker merchant. Verax, Philadelphus. 1661 (1661) Wing K677; Thomason E1088_2; ESTC R208553 3,976 8 View Text
A34920 To all you Protestant persecutors, whether magistrates, priests or people, this is for you to reade R. C. (Richard Crane) 1660 (1660) Wing C6817; ESTC R28577 3,987 1 View Text
A48597 The Earle of Lindsey his declaration and iustification who is now prisoner in Warwicke Castle: wherein he declares the iustice of His Majesties cause in taking armes for the preservation of His royall person and prerogative. Being a patterne of loyalty, and mirrour of obedience, for all His Majesties loving subjects to be rightly guided by Lindsey, Montague Bertie, Earl of, 1608?-1666. 1642 (1642) Wing L2330; ESTC R222190 4,038 10 View Text
A77223 A dialogue between the Devil & Prince Rupert, written at the Leaguer before Chester upon Ruperts coming to relieve the said city. Published, that those that now are, or hereafter shall engage, as caterers, for the same master, might by this general debenter be the better assured to receive all their arrears both old and new. Written by E. B. Bradshaw, Ellis. 1649 (1649) Wing B4142; Thomason E561_8; ESTC R206013 4,277 8 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
A69527 A vvorthy speech by Mr. Tho. Abernethie ; wherein is discovered the villany and hellish plots (which himselfe hath been an eie and eare witnesse of) wrought in the Popes courts against these our three kingdomes, and now disclosed this 29, Iuly, 1641. Abernethie, Thomas, fl. 1638-1641. 1641 (1641) Wing A95; ESTC R1172 4,703 10 View Text
A95735 The method of a synod, or a rationall and sure way to compose and settle the differences and controversies in religion to the contentment of honest and wise men, By G.T. stud. in C.C.C. G. T. 1642 (1642) Wing T9; Thomason E134_22; ESTC R212751 5,989 12 View Text
A12032 The passionate pilgrime. By W. Shakespeare Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. 1599 (1599) STC 22342; ESTC S106363 6,360 62 View Text
A75955 Æsop at Tunbridge. Or, A few select fables in verse. By No person of quality No person of quality.; Ward, Edward, 1667-1731, attributed name. 1698 (1698) Wing A739A; ESTC R204386 6,383 17 View Text
A26532 Aesop at Tunbridge, or, A few select fables in verse by no person of quality. No person of quality.; Ward, Edward, 1667-1731. 1698 (1698) Wing A739; ESTC R15896 6,383 39 View Text
A54757 Augustus Britannicus a poem upon the conclusion of the peace of Europe, at Rijswick in Holland, upon the 20th of September, 1697 / by J. Phillips. Phillips, John, 1631-1706. 1697 (1697) Wing P2079; ESTC R1671 6,608 14 View Text
A77631 The Brothers of the blade: answerable to the sisters of the scaberd. Or, A dialogue betweene two hot-spurres of the times, Serjeant Slice-man, alias Smell-smock of Coney-court in Chick-lane, and Corporall Dam-mee of Bell-alley neere Pick-hatch. At their first meeting in the walkes in Moorefields, upon the returne of the one from the leaguer in the Low-Countries, and the late comming to London of the other from the campe in the North, at the disbanding of the army. 1641 (1641) Wing B4985; Thomason E238_5; ESTC R19724 6,644 8 View Text
A90738 The plaine English-man, his discreet advice, in these distracted times. Wherein the prerogative of the King, the priviledges of the Parliament, and the present proceedings of the Army, according to their just interests are justified. Worthy the perusall of all men. This is licenced and published according to order. 1647 (1647) Wing P2361; Thomason E412_20; ESTC R203170 7,082 11 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
A65900 For the vineyard of the Lord of hosts to be read in their meetings : the breathings of a prisoner for the testimony of Jesus, who in the deep hath seen the afflictions of his people, and cannot hide his praise who support them, nor-with-hold his complaint because of the hardness of mens hearts, but cryes unto the Lord God of righteous judgment, for the deliverance of his own people : with a few words of exhortation and advice, given forth as a testimony of my dearest love to the whole seed of God, because I cannot otherwise communicate it in this time of my restraint, I have been the more large, that I may be refreshed with you, and you with me, in the overflowing fountain of our life / by John Whitehead. Whitehead, John, 1630-1696. 1662 (1662) Wing W1977; ESTC R21528 7,316 12 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
A75604 The arraignment and conviction of Mervin Lord Audley, Earle of Castlehaven, (who was by 26. peers of the realm found guilty for committing rapine and sodomy) at Westminster, on Monday, April 25. 1631. By vertue of a commission of oyer and terminer, directed to Sir Thomas Coventry, Lord Keeper of the Great Seale of England, Lord high Steward for that day, accompanied with the judges. As also the beheading of the said Earle shortly after on Tower Hill. Castlehaven, Mervyn Touchet, Earl of, 1592?-1631. 1643 (1643) Wing A3743; Thomason E84_2; ESTC R20942 7,427 16 View Text
A81042 An epistle to Friends, for union and edification of the Church of God in Christ Jesus. By his servant, John Crook. Crook, John, 1617-1699 1698 (1698) Wing C7209; ESTC R171614 7,559 17 View Text
A04306 Pietas in patrem, or a few teares vpon the lamented death of his most deare, and loving father Richard Barlow late of Langill in VVestmooreland, who dyed December 29. Ann. 1636. By Thomas Barlow Master of Arts, Fellow of Queenes Coll. in Oxon and eldest sonne of his deceased father. Barlow, Thomas, 1607-1691. 1637 (1637) STC 1441A; ESTC S114793 7,728 20 View Text
A33219 A second letter from the author of the discourse concerning extreme unction to the vindicator of the Bishop of Condom. Clagett, William, 1646-1688. 1688 (1688) Wing C4395; ESTC R38745 8,309 16 View Text
A93371 A letter from Edinburgh, concerning the difference of the proceedings of the well-affected in Scotland from the proceedings of the Army in England. J. S. 1648 (1648) Wing S40A; Thomason E536_11; ESTC R203454 8,839 15 View Text
A94089 A true declaration of the bloody proceedings of the men in Maidstone in the county of Kent: who write themselves, John Allen, mayor, Lambert Godfrey, recorder, John Chantler, constable, against John Stubs, William Caton, who by the scornful generation of men are called Quakers. Stubbs, John, 1618?-1674.; Caton, William, 1636-1665. 1655 (1655) Wing S6072; Thomason E843_2; ESTC R202134 8,916 8 View Text
A29279 The gospel-pattern for the government of gospel-churches together with queries made on the assembly-propositions presented to the high court of Parliament / by the unworthiest of the gospel-ministers, John Brayne. Brayne, John. 1649 (1649) Wing B4326; ESTC R36508 9,013 18 View Text
A61858 David and Saul a sermon preached on the day of national thanksgiving for God's gracious deliverance of the King's Majesty from an assassination and the kingdom from a French invasion / by John Strype ... Strype, John, 1643-1737. 1696 (1696) Wing S6021; ESTC R900 9,047 30 View Text
A93104 Animadversions upon Iohn Lilburnes two last books, the one intituled Londons liberty in chaines discovered. the other An anatomy of the Lords cruelty. Published according to order. Sheppard, S. (Samuel); Sheppard, Simon, 1646 (1646) Wing S3173; Thomason E362_24; ESTC R201220 9,950 15 View Text
A75876 The address and petition of Mr. George Seton the delegate of the jurant Episcopal clergy in the north with some reflection on the same, by a person qualified according to law, and sincerely weell [sic] affected to this church. Unto His Grace John Earl of Tullibardine, His Majesties High Commissioner. Seaton, George, d. 1704. 1695 (1695) Wing A538A; ESTC R230065 10,337 8 View Text
A84911 Every mans right: or, Englands perspective-glasse. Wherein may be seen, every mans case, face, birthright, and just liberty. Whereunto is added; the copie of a letter written by a prisoner in the Fleet, unto a worthy member of the House of Commons; expressing the necessitie of justice, and the illegality of imprisonment of men for debt. Composed (primarily) for the meridian of London and VVestminster, and may prove very profitable, to inlighten the eyes of all the commons of England, in this year of our long-expected reformation, and suppressions of injustice, tyranny, and oppression, anno 1646. Freize, James. 1646 (1646) Wing F2197A; Thomason E340_2; ESTC R200865 10,378 18 View Text
A89745 The Earl of Norwich, Lord Capel, & Sir Charls Lucas, their peremptory answer, in refusing to surrender Colchester, upon the Lord Generalls conditions. With his Excellencies summons, and articles offered them. Also his repyl to the enemies last answer. And all the summons, articles, letters, and answers between his excellencie, and the enemie, in Kent and Essex. Published by speciall command, and for generall satisfaction to the kingdome. Norwich, George Goring, Earl of, 1583?-1663.; Capel of Hadham, Arthur Capel, Baron, 1610?-1649.; Lucas, Charles, Sir, 1613-1648.; Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1612-1671. 1648 (1648) Wing N1337; Thomason E449_30 10,634 16 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
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
A87721 Seekers supplied, or Three and forty non-church queries by Scripture answered. Penned and publish't for the vindication of Christs commands, and edification and confirmation of his people. / By Thomas Killcop, servant to Christ Iesus, the King of Kings. Killcop, Thomas. 1646 (1646) Wing K439; Thomason E359_14; ESTC R201173 11,591 18 View Text
A40839 The famous and renowned history of the memorable, but unhappy hunting on Chevy-Chase, by the river Tweed in Scotland together with the great and mortal battles fought there, between the Lord Piercy, Earl of Northumberland, and his fifteen hundred English archers, and Earl Dowglas, with twenty hundred Scottish spears,in which both, with most of their men, were slain. 1690 (1690) Wing F359A; ESTC R222646 11,615 24 View Text
A16777 The passions of the spirit Breton, Nicholas, 1545?-1626? 1599 (1599) STC 3682.5; ESTC S105535 12,283 80 View Text
A71020 A sermon preach'd before the Queen at White-hall, February the XIIth, 1691/2 by William Sherlock ... Sherlock, William, 1641?-1707. 1692 (1692) Wing S3352; ESTC R41211 12,283 34 View Text
A08427 Rich: Nugents Cynthia Containing direfull sonnets, madrigalls, and passionate intercourses, describing his repudiate affections expressed in loues owne language.; Cynthia Nugent, Richard, fl. 1604. 1604 (1604) STC 18745; ESTC S110185 12,392 32 View Text
A94235 A scandalous, libellous, and seditious pamphlet entituled, The valley of Baca: or, The armies interest pleaded, the purchasors seconded, the danger of the nation demonstrated in 34 quæries, answered. And the present state of affaires briefly vindicated. By a true lover to the peace and wellfare of his countrey. 1660 (1660) Wing S815; Thomason E1034_16; ESTC R203483 12,863 16 View Text
A84945 The accuser sham'd: or, A pair of bellows to blow off that dust cast upon John Fry, a Member of Parliament, by Col: John Downs, likewise a Member of Parliament, who by the confederacy and instigation of some, charged the said John Fry of blasphemy & error to the Honorable House of Commons. Whereunto is annexed, a word to the priests, lawyers, Royalists, self-seekers, and rigid-Presbyterians. Also a brief ventilation of that chaffie and absurd opinion, of three persons or subsistences in the Godhead. / By the accused John Fry. Fry, John, 1609-1657. 1648 (1648) Wing F2254; Thomason E544_7; Thomason E624_2; ESTC R32440 13,180 23 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
A03908 A sermon preached in West-chester the viii. of October, 1586 Before the iudges and certain recusantes: wherein the conditions of al heretiques, but especiallie of stubborn and peruerting Papists, are discouered, & the duty of al magistrats concerning such persons, applied & opened by Edward Hutchins, Master of Artes, & Fellowe of Brasennose Colledge. Hutchins, Edward, 1558?-1629. 1586 (1586) STC 14017; ESTC S116561 13,987 32 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
A35857 A dialogue at Oxford between a tutor and a gentleman, formerly his pupil, concerning government 1681 (1681) Wing D1290; ESTC R20617 14,276 23 View Text
A54796 A vindication of The character of a popish successor, in a reply to two pretended ansvvers to it by the author of the character. Settle, Elkanah, 1648-1724.; Phillips, John, 1631-1706. 1681 (1681) Wing P2114; ESTC R6364 14,481 18 View Text
A15692 The flea sic parua componere magnis. Woodhouse, Peter, poet. 1605 (1605) STC 25967; ESTC S111799 14,752 36 View Text
A48852 A sermon preached before Their Majesties at Whitehall, on the fifth day of November, 1689 being the anniversary-day of thanksgiving for that great deliverance from the gunpowder-treason, and also the day of His Majesties happy landing in England / by the Bishop of St. Asaph, Lord Almoner to Their Majesties. Lloyd, William, 1627-1717. 1689 (1689) Wing L2713; ESTC R20308 14,855 38 View Text
A60173 A sacred poem of the glory and happiness of heaven. By J. S. J. S. (James Shute), 1664-1688. 1689 (1689) Wing S3713A; ESTC R218088 16,412 22 View Text
A25278 The siege and surrender of Mons a tragi-comedy, exposing the villany of the priests, and the intrigues of the French. Ames, Richard, d. 1693. 1691 (1691) Wing A2992; ESTC R37038 16,436 33 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
A12820 Staffords heauenly dogge: or The life, and death of that great cynicke Diogenes, whom Lertius stiles Canem Cœlestem, the heauenly dogge, by reason of the heauenly precepts he gaue Taken out of the best authors, and written to delight great hearts, and to raise as high as heauen the minds that now grouell on the earth, by teaching them how to ouercome all affections, and afflictions. Stafford, Anthony. 1615 (1615) STC 23128; ESTC S117802 17,172 108 View Text
A63177 The triall of Henry Carr, gent, at the Guild-Hall of the city of London, the 2d day of July, 1680 upon an information brought against him in the Crown-Office, charging him to be author (as in the said information it is called) of a certain false, scandalous, and malitious book intituled, The weekly pacquet of advice from Rome, or the history of Popery, particularly for that of the 1 st. of August, 1680, which was the next Fryday after the tryal of Sir George Wakeman at the Old-Baily before the Lord Chief Justice Scroggs : also the tryal of Elizabeth Cellier, at Kings Bench bar, July the 11th, 1680, where she was cleared, and Mr. Thomas Dangerfield, the chief witness against her, for some defect in his pardon, committed to the Kings-Bench prison. Care, Henry, 1646-1688, defendant.; Cellier, Elizabeth, fl. 1680, defendant.; England and Wales. Court of King's Bench. 1681 (1681) Wing T2190; ESTC R2771 17,264 36 View Text
A88171 A defensive declaration of Lieut. Col. John Lilburn, against the unjust sentence of his banishment, by the late Parliament of England; directed in an epistle from his house in Bridges in Flanders, May 14. 1653. (Dutch or new still, or the 4 of may 1653. English or old stile) to his Excellency the Lord General Cromwell, and the rest of the officers of his Army, commonly sitting in White-hall in councel, managing the present affairs of England, &c. Unto which is annexed, an additional appendix directed from the said Leut. Col. John Lilburn, to his Excellency and his officers, occasioned by his present imprisonment in Newgate; and some groundless scandals, for being an agent of the present King, cast upon him by some great persons at White-hall, upon the delivery of his third address (to the councel of State, by his wife and several other of his friends) dated from his captivity in Newgate the 20 of June 1653. Lilburne, John, 1614?-1657. 1653 (1653) Wing L2098; Thomason E702_2; ESTC R202747 17,494 20 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
A16000 The prophete Ionas with an introduccio[n] before teachinge to vndersto[n]de him and the right vse also of all the scripture, and why it was written, and what is therin to be sought, and shewenge wherewith the scripture is locked vpp that he which readeth it, can not vndersto[n]de it, though he studie therin never so moch: and agayne with what keyes it is so opened, that the reader can be stopped out with no sotilte or false doctrine of man, from the true sense and vderstondynge therof.; Bible. O.T. Jonah. English. Tyndale. Tyndale, William, d. 1536. 1531 (1531) STC 2788; ESTC S115524 18,397 48 View Text
A45644 The notion of a God neither from fear nor policy a sermon preach'd at the cathedral-church of St. Paul, March the 7th 1697/8 : being the third of the lecture for that year, founded by the Honourable Robert Boyle, Esq. / by John Harris ... Harris, John, 1667?-1719. 1698 (1698) Wing H852; ESTC R15402 19,178 32 View Text
A18989 An epitome of certaine late aspersions cast at ciuilians, the ciuil and ecclesistical lawes, the courts Christian; and at bishops and their chancellors Wherein the authors thereof are refuted, and refelled. With an appendix, wherein the ciuill and canon lawes, with the causes of the cognisance or cognition of either of them in the Church or commou-wealth [sic] in the Kings dominions, (what they are), are opened. By VVilliam Clerk, Bach. of the Ciuill Law. The aspersions follow in the next fol.; Epitome of certaine late aspersions cast at civilians Clerk, William. 1631 (1631) STC 5406; ESTC S108076 19,221 54 View Text
A88818 The wolf stript of his sheeps clothing or The antichristian clergy-man turn'd right side outwards. Wherein is briefly discovered and layd open their subtile and wicked wayes and practises to deceive and destroy not only private people, or particular societies, but whole nation and kingdoms, and all under the plausible vizzard of reformation, church-government, punishing of hereticks and sectaries. / By R. Lavvrance Marshal General. Lawrence, Richard, d. 1684. 1647 (1647) Wing L682; Thomason E386_10; ESTC R201479 19,259 30 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
A65568 The state of blessedness by W.W. W. W., M.A. and chaplain to a person of honour. 1681 (1681) Wing W153; ESTC R26302 19,505 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
A10562 Mephibosheths hearts-ioy vpon his soueraignes safetie To be imitated by the subjects of this land vpon the happy returne of our Prince Charles. Deliuered in a sermon in the church of Great Yarmouth in Norfolke, the 19. day of October. 1623. By Tho: Reeue preacher of Gods word there. Reeve, Tho. (Thomas), 1583 or 4-1651. 1624 (1624) STC 20832A; ESTC S103452 20,387 47 View Text
A27641 A learned treatise of the plague wherein the two questions, whether the plague be infectious or no, and , whether and how farr it may be shunned of Christians by going aside, are resolved / written in Latine by the famous Theodore Beza Vezelian. Bèze, Théodore de, 1519-1605. 1665 (1665) Wing B2196; ESTC R31585 20,458 25 View Text
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
A78011 An appeal from Chancery, to the Lord General and his Councel of Officers, as also to the Councel of State, and to all free-born English men of honest hearts, who have not forfeited their liberty, or captivated their reason, but fear and love the name of God, and the interest of all honest men, ... that Christs kingdom may be advanced, and the kingdom of Satan, with Antichrist, and that of the beast, may be thrown down, with all their covetous, persecuting, ... perjured officers, ..., either that have been corrupt Parliament-men, ... such who are in places of judicature, ... with every corrupt member thereof, England, or in places called Innes of Court, or the devil's school of sophisticating and lying, frauds and hypocrisies, which bring forth a generation of vipers, ... wolves in sheeps clothing, ... or those in places of government in cities, ... who usurp authority over English-men, and that because they are in place or places over them, they combine also with this serpentine brood, and tyrannize over their brethren which never yet brake their trust, as the most of these have done, and that because they will not sacrifice to this devil of unrighteousness, ... to do unrighteously, and to deceive, and defraud, and oppress their brethren, and to undo them, as these experimentally many of them are found and known to do, for filthy lucre sake. Burt, Nathaniel, fl. 1644-1655. 1653 (1653) Wing B6141; Thomason E697_21; ESTC R207111 20,805 28 View Text
A50390 A brief narrative of the success which the Gospel hath had, among the Indians, of Martha's-Vineyard (and the places adjacent) in New-England. With some remarkable curiosities, concerning the numbers, the customes, and the present circumstances of the Indians on that island. Further explaining and confirming the account given of those matters, by Mr. Cotton Mather in the life of the renowned Mr. John Eliot. By Matthew Mayhew. Whereto is added, An account concerning the present state of Christianity among the Indians, in other parts of New-England: expressed in the letters of several worthy persons, best acquainted therewithall. Mayhew, Matthew, 1648-1710. 1694 (1694) Wing M1436; ESTC R214153 20,858 59 View Text
A78553 An apology for the ministers of the county of Wilts, in their actings at the election of Members for the approaching Parliament. In answer to a letter sent out of the said county, pretending to lay open the dangerous designes of the clergy, in reference to the approaching Parliament. Wherein is shewed, the notorious falshood of the said letter: how injurious it is to the gentlemen elected: and the dangerous designe of it against the ministry. By some of the defamed ministers of the Gospel in the same county. Humphrey Chambers, D.D. John Strickland. Adoniram Bifield. Peter Ince. Chambers, Humphrey, 1598 or 9-1662.; Strickland, John, 1600 or 1601-1670.; Byfield, Adoniram, d. 1660.; Ince, Peter, b. 1614 or 1615. 1654 (1654) Wing C1914; Thomason E808_9; ESTC R207523 21,209 31 View Text
A36570 Academia, or, The humours of the University of Oxford in burlesque verse / by Mrs. Alicia D'Anvers. D'Anvers, Alicia. 1691 (1691) Wing D220; ESTC R22808 21,345 78 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
A20270 A lecture or exposition vpon a part of the. v. chapter of the epistle to the Hebrues As it was read in Paules the. 6. day of December. 1572. By Edward Deryng. Prepared and geuen for a new yeres gift to the godly in London and els where, for this yeare. 1573. Dering, Edward, 1540?-1576. 1573 (1573) STC 6691; ESTC S110854 21,886 68 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
A02456 A learned sermon handling the question of ceremonies, controuerted in our church: by Roger Hacket Doctor in Diuinitie Hacket, Roger, 1559-1621. 1605 (1605) STC 12588; ESTC S119068 22,518 70 View Text
A03445 A sermon preached before the antient company of Black-smiths in S. Marie Magdalens Church in London on Saint Iohn Baptist day last. 1611. By William Holbrook Holbrooke, William. 1612 (1612) STC 13566; ESTC S119075 22,697 48 View Text
A47162 The plea of the innocent against the false judgment of the guilty being a vindication of George Keith and his friends, who are joyned with him in this present testimony, from the false judgment, calumnies, false informations and defamations of Samuell Jenings, John Simcock, Thomas Lloyd, and others joyned with them, being in number twenty eight : directed by way of epistle to faithful friends of truth in Pennsilvania, East and West-Jersey, and else-where, as occasion requireth. Keith, George, 1639?-1716.; Budd, Thomas, 1648-1699. 1692 (1692) Wing K189; ESTC R14187 22,743 25 View Text
A47118 An account of the great divisions, amongst the Quakers, in Pensilvania, &c. as appears by their own book, here following, printed 1692, and lately came from thence, intituled, viz. The plea of the innocent, against the false judgment of the guilty : being a vindication of George Keith, and his friends, who are joined with him in this present testimony, from the false judgment, calumnies, false informations and defamations of Samuel Jenings, John Simcock, Thomas Lloyd, an others, joyned with them, being in number twenty eight : directed, by way of epistle, to faithful friends of truth, in Pensilvania, East and West-Jersey, and else-where, as occasion requireth. Keith, George, 1639?-1716.; Budd, Thomas, 1648-1699. 1692 (1692) Wing K136; ESTC R14385 22,843 26 View Text
A68984 A murmurer Breton, Nicholas, 1545?-1626? 1607 (1607) STC 3671; ESTC S104771 22,871 102 View Text
A01312 A godly and learned sermon, preached before an honourable auditorie the 26. day of Februarie. 1580 Fulke, William, 1538-1589. 1580 (1580) STC 11434; ESTC S112721 22,921 68 View Text
A19671 The voyce of the laste trumpet blowen bi the seue[n]th angel (as is me[n]tioned in the eleuenth of the Apocalips) callynge al the estates of menne to the right path of their vocation, wherin are contayned xii. lessons to twelue seueral estates of menne, whych if they learne and folowe, al shal be well and nothynge amise. Crowley, Robert, 1518?-1588. 1549 (1549) STC 6094; ESTC S105164 22,975 62 View Text
A36192 The cry of Sodom enquired into; upon occasion of the arraignment and condemnation of Benjamin Goad, for his prodigious villany. Together with a solemn exhortation to tremble at Gods judgements, and to abandon youthful lusts. S.D. Danforth, Samuel, 1626-1674. 1674 (1674) Wing D176; ESTC R214395 23,115 32 View Text
A62415 Tachmas, prince of Persia an historical novel which happen'd under the Sophy Seliman who reigns at this day / render'd into English by P. Porter. Segrais, Jean Regnauld de, 1624-1701. 1676 (1676) Wing T100; ESTC R24077 23,123 120 View Text
A16734 Conceyted letters, nevvly layde open: or A most excellent bundle of new wit wherin is knit vp together all the perfections or arte of episteling, by which the most ignorant may with much modestie talke and argue with the best learned. A worke varying from the nature of former presidents. Breton, Nicholas, 1545?-1626?; Markham, Gervase, 1568?-1637, attributed name. 1618 (1618) STC 3637; ESTC S104713 23,257 48 View Text
A03292 The doctrines triall shewing both the necessity and the way of trying what is taught, in a sermon vpon 1 Thess.5.21. By Sam. Hieron. Hieron, Samuel, 1576?-1617. 1616 (1616) STC 13406; ESTC S116279 23,396 110 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
A77160 The sea-men undeceived: or, Certaine queries to a printed paper, intituled, The humble tender and declaration of many wel-affected sea-men, commanders of ships, and members of Trinity-House, to the commissioners of the navy. Wherein are may [sic] objections answered, very necessary for publick use in these times. / By R.B. a seaman, and member of the Trinity-House. Directed to marriners and sea-men in generall, and to all others among whom the fore-mentioned printed papers have been spread. But more especially it is commended to the underwriters of the said paper. Published according to order. Read all or none. R. B. (Richard Baddeley) 1648 (1648) Wing B389; Thomason E459_22; ESTC R205101 24,285 41 View Text
A15107 A sermon preached at Pawles Crosse on Sunday the ninth of December. 1576. by T.W. White, Thomas, ca. 1550-1624. 1578 (1578) STC 25405; ESTC S119910 24,628 74 View Text
A11503 Vindiciæ sacræ. A treatise of the honor and maintenance due to ecclesiasticall persons. Done out of the Latin, of that famous diuine of Holland, H. Saravia, sometime prebend of Canterbury.; De diversis ministrorum evangelii gradibus. Part 3. English Saravia, Adrien, 1530-1612.; Martin, James, fl. 1615-1630. 1629 (1629) STC 21752; ESTC S112329 24,696 101 View Text
A16863 The lamentacyon of a Christe[n] agai[n]st the citye of London for some certaine greate vyces vsed theri[n]. Brinkelow, Henry, d. 1546. 1548 (1548) STC 3766; ESTC S106581 25,021 94 View Text
A94736 Iehovah iireh: or, Gods providence in delivering the godly. Opened in two sermons in the citie of Bristoll, on the day of publike thanksgiving in that citie, March 14. 1642. For the deliverance of that citie from the invasion without, and the plot of malignants within the city, intended to have been acted the Tuesday night before. With a short narration of that bloody and abominable plot. Preached by Iohn Tombes, B.D. It is this two and twentieth day of Aprill, Anno Dom. 1643. ordered by the Committee of the House of Commons in Parliament concerning printing, that this booke intituled, Johovah Jireh, or Gods providence in delivering the godly, be printed. John White. Tombes, John, 1603?-1676.; England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons. aut 1643 (1643) Wing T1809; Thomason E100_31 25,023 33 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
A93094 The famers fam'd or An answer, to two seditious pamphlets, the one intituled The just man in bonds, the other A pearle in a dunghill, written in the behalfe of that notorious lyar, and libeller John Lilburne. Also a full reply, with a confutation of certaine objections devised by the trayterous author of a seditious and unparraled [sic] libell, intituled A remonstrance of many thousand citizens, and other free borne people of England, to their owne House of Commons, &c. Wherein the wickednesse of the authors, and their abettors, the destructive courses of the sectaries, and their adherors is amply discovered. So that all (not wilfully blind) may cleerely see, that they are men stirred up by mans enemie, the Devill, as to ruine themselves, so this poore nation, that yet lies bedrid of her wounds lately received. And ought to be avoided as serpents, to be contemned as abjects, and to be delivered over to Satan, as blasphemers and reprobates. / Written by S. Shepheard. Sheppard, S. (Samuel) 1646 (1646) Wing S3163; Thomason E349_5; ESTC R201022 25,285 34 View Text
A50391 The conquests and triumphs of grace being a brief narrative of the success which the gospel hath had among the Indians of Martha's Vineyard (and the places adjacent) in New-England : with some remarkable curiosities, concerning the numbers, the customs, and the present circumstances of the Indians on that island : further explaining and confirming the account given of those matters, by Mr. Cotton Mather, in the Life of the renowned Mr. John Eliot / by Matthew Mayhew ; attested by the Reverend Mr. Nath. Mather, and others ; whereto is added, an account concerning the present state of Christianity among the Indians, in other parts of New-England, expressed in the letters of several worthy persons best acquainted therewithal. Mayhew, Matthew, 1648-1710.; Mather, Nathanael, 1631-1697.; Mather, Increase, 1639-1723. 1695 (1695) Wing M1437; ESTC R36496 25,356 72 View Text
A01353 A pleasant enterlude, intituled, Like will to like quoth the Deuill to the collier Wherin is declared what punishments followe those that will rather liue licentiously: then esteeme and followe good councell. And what benefits they receiue that apply them selues to vertuous liuing and good exercises. Made by Vlpian Fulwel. Fiue may easily play this enterlude. ...; Like will to like Fulwell, Ulpian, fl. 1586. 1587 (1587) STC 11474; ESTC S105663 25,958 44 View Text
A25322 Anacreon done into English out of the original Greek; Anacreontea. English. Anacreon.; Willis, Francis, b. 1663 or 4.; Cowley, Abraham, 1618-1667.; Oldham, John, 1653-1683.; Wood, Thomas, 1661-1722.; S. B. 1683 (1683) Wing A3046; ESTC R7394 26,176 130 View Text
A31544 The famous history of Auristella originally written by Don Gonsalo de Cepedes ; together with the pleasant story of Paul of Segovia, by Don Francisco de Quevedo ; translated from the Spanish.; Español Gerardo. Parte 1, discurso 2. English Céspedes y Meneses, Gonzalo de, 1585?-1638.; Quevedo, Francisco de, 1580-1645. Historia de la vida del Buscón. English.; W. B. 1683 (1683) Wing C1782; ESTC R9238 26,201 146 View Text
A30054 Some seasonable considerations for the good people of Connecticut Bulkeley, Gershom, 1636-1713. 1694 (1694) Wing B5401A; ESTC R224014 26,221 63 View Text
A12187 A miracle of miracles or Christ in our nature Wherein is contained the vvonderfull conception, birth, and life of Christ, who in the fulnesse of time became man to satisfie divine iustice, and to make reconciliation betweene God and man. Preached to the honourable society of Grayes Inne, by that godly and faithfull minister of Iesus Christ, Richard Sibbes. D.D. Sibbes, Richard, 1577-1635. 1638 (1638) STC 22499; ESTC S117264 26,445 58 View Text