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A13499 Sir Gregory Nonsence his newes from no place Written on purpose, with much study to no end, plentifully stored with want of wit, learning, iudgement, rime and reason, and may seeme very fitly for the vnderstanding of nobody. Toyte, Puncton, Ghemorah, Molushque, Kaycapepson. This is the worke of the authors, without borrowing or stealing from others. By Iohn Taylor. Taylor, John, 1580-1653. 1622 (1622) STC 23795; ESTC S101248 8,728 30 View Text
A45498 A true account of the proceedings, sence and advice of the people called Quakers at the Yearly Meeting of faithful Friends and bretheren begun in London on the 28th day of the 3d month, 1694, and held by adjournment unto the 11th of the month following, in order to put an end to the divisions and differences among some of the people called Quakers in America : to which is added, an account of the proceedings of the Yearly Meeting at Burlington, relating to the said differences, shewing the dis-harmony of the two said meetings : as also, Some queries to that party of the Yearly Meeting at London, who gave the aforesaid judgment. Hannay, Robert.; Bealing, Benjamin, d. 1739.; Society of Friends. London Yearly Meeting.; Society of Friends. Burlington Yearly Meeting. 1694 (1694) Wing H656; ESTC R12805 11,418 21 View Text
A65891 The true light expelling the foggy mist of the pit and the gross confusion and blasphemy of the beast, which is gone forth against the light of Christ and the scripture within, from an old professor, called Francis Duke of Westminster, in his book stiled, An answer to some of the principal Quakers, who therein boasts as if he had a great skil in divinity so that his pretended divinity in the said book is here discovered, and the true light and scripture within here vindicated from his gross aspertions cast upon the light, and them that walk in it / by George Whitehead. Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723. 1660 (1660) Wing W1967; ESTC R19779 12,599 15 View Text
A67000 The freeness of Gods grace in the forgiveness of sins by Jesus Christ, vindicated. Against the doctrine of Mr. Fergusson, in his sermon preached at the morning lecture, the fifth of August 1668. in a letter to a friend. By H. W. a lover of the truth that is according to Godliness. H. W. 1668 (1668) Wing W35; ESTC R217619 15,119 18 View Text
A34986 A Babylonish opposer of truth by the truth reproved and his enmity, falshood, and confusion manifested in answer to an impertinent paper sent abroad by Thomas Crisp, in which his false foundation is discovered, and his building brought upon his own head / written by Stephen Crisp ; with a postscript by J. Penington and R. Richardson. Crisp, Stephen, 1628-1692.; Penington, John, 1655-1710.; Richardson, Richard, 1623?-1689. 1681 (1681) Wing C6924; ESTC R27135 15,223 20 View Text
A28571 The art of poetry written in French by the Sieur de Boileau ; made English.; Art poétique. English Boileau Despréaux, Nicolas, 1636-1711.; Soames, William, Sir.; Dryden, John, 1631-1700. 1683 (1683) Wing B3464; ESTC R3959 16,988 70 View Text
A42302 Gideon's fleece, or, The Sieur de Frisk an heroick poem, written on the cursory perusal of a late book, call'd The conclave of physicians / by a friend to the muses. Guidott, Thomas, fl. 1698. 1684 (1684) Wing G2194; ESTC R2964 17,544 40 View Text
B09695 Railings and slanders detected: or The folly and heresies of the Quakers further exposed. Being an answer to an invective libel written by G. Whitehead, impertinently called, Antichrist in flesh unmasked, &c. which some of the Quakers call an answer to a book truly stiled Antichrist in Spirit unmasked: or, Quakerism a great delusion. In this brief discourse you have the slanderous out-cries of G. Whitehead, against Edward Paye, Henry Loader, and William Alcot, examined, detected, and confuted. Paye, Edw. (Edward) 1692 (1692) Wing P884; ESTC R181559 21,006 57 View Text
A76754 Jesus Christ, the same to day, as yesterday, in life and power, in afflictions and sufferings: and the seed of the serpent the same now, as ever, in darkness and emnity; in rage and persecution. Being for removal of the stumbling block out of the way of the simple, concerning the testimony now given against the priests, and their worships, (viz.) Cannot you let them alone, why do ye disturb them, and their assemblies? go unto their houses, or to some private place, and speak to them there; cannot you give the same liberty to others, which you would have yourselves? Wherein is manifested, that what estimation, and enterrainment [sic] the witness of Jesus receiveth at this day from the men of the world, is the same, as it hath alwayes been from the beginning. / Given forth for the sake of the honest-hearted, and in witness of the truth, as it is in Jesus, every where spoken against, scorned, and persecuted, under the reproachful name of quaking. George Bishop. Bishop, George, d. 1668. 1655 (1655) Wing B2995; Thomason E861_7; ESTC R206652 22,155 33 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
A70658 A letter concerning the present state of physick, and the regulation of the practice of it in this kingdom written to a doctor here in London. T. M.; Merret, Christopher, 1614-1695. 1665 (1665) Wing M81C; ESTC R32085 26,204 65 View Text
A43747 Some legible characters of the faith & love towards the blessed cause & kingdom of Christ worthy to be known and read of all men : some of the last meditations of that faithfull servant of the Lord Mr. Thomas Higgenson, lately deceased a very firm friend (both living and dying) unto the interest and work of the Lord Jesus in these last days. Higgenson, Thomas.; Feake, Christopher, fl. 1645-1660. 1659 (1659) Wing H1949; ESTC R11217 28,165 38 View Text
A14878 The most pleasant and delightful historie of Curan, a prince of Danske, and the fayre Princesse Argentile, daughter and heyre to Adelbright, sometime King of Northumberland Shewing his first loue vnto her, his succeslesse suite, and the low deiections he vnderwent for her sake. His second loue to the same lady vnknowne, taking her for a poore countrie damsell. She (by reason of the vnkindnesse of King Edell her vnckle and gardian) hauing forsooke the court, and vndertooke the profession of a neatheardes mayde. His constant loue (after her long continued vnkindnes) rewarded with her wished consent, their happie nuptials, and mutuall reioycings, his valour and victorious warre with King Edell: and lastly, his peacefull installment in the kingly throne. Enterlacte with many pritty and pithie prayses of beauty, and other amorous discourses, pleasing, smooth and delightfull. By William Webster. Webster, William, treatise writer. 1617 (1617) STC 25180; ESTC S111643 29,933 66 View Text
A63095 Poems by N. Tate. Tate, Nahum, 1652-1715. 1677 (1677) Wing T208; ESTC R21921 30,592 148 View Text
A60346 A funeral sermon. Delivered upon occasion of the death of that worthy gentleman John Marsh, Esq; who lived at Garston-Hall in Watford Parish in the county of Hartford; and died in the Lord, and was buried Septemb. 16, 1681. By Samuel Slater, late minister of the Gospel at Edmunds-Bury in Suffolk. Slater, Samuel, d. 1704. 1682 (1682) Wing S3964; ESTC R222772 32,362 44 View Text
A36199 Dr. Sherlock's Two knights of Brainford brought upon the stage in a congratulatory letter to Mr. Johnson : occasioned by the doctor's vindication of himself in taking the oath of allegiance to Their Majesties after the time, indulg'd by the law, was expired. 1690 (1690) Wing D1766; ESTC R31333 34,233 42 View Text
A70872 Rockes improved comprising certaine poeticall meditations extracted from the contemplation of the nature and quality of rockes, a barren and harsh soyle, yet a fruitfull and delightfull subject of meditation / by VVilliam Prynne ... Prynne, William, 1600-1669. 1641 (1641) Wing P4054; ESTC R11087 36,986 58 View Text
A55820 A letter to the Deists Prideaux, Humphrey, 1648-1724. 1696 (1696) Wing P3414; ESTC R218987 37,481 157 View Text
A67780 A sovereign antidote to drive out discontent in all that any way suffer affliction As also the benefit of affliction; and how to husband it so, that the weakest Christian (with blessing from above) may be able to support himself in his most miserable exigents. Together with the wit, generosity, magnanimity and invincible strength of a patient Christian rightly so stiled, and as is herein characterized extracted out of the choisest authors, ancient and modern, both holy and humane. Necessary to be read of all that any way suffer tribulation. The second part. By R. Younge, of Roxwell in Essex, Florilegus. Licensed and entered according to order.; Soverign antidote to drive out discontent in all that any way suffer affliction. Part 2. Younge, Richard. 1668 (1668) Wing Y192A; ESTC R218099 37,680 36 View Text
A56510 Oeconomica sacra, or, A parænetical discourse of marriage together with some particular remarks on the marriage of Isaac and Rebecca. J. P. 1685 (1685) Wing P62; ESTC R6 38,180 146 View Text
A56866 Quatermayns conquest over Canterburies court, or, A briefe declaration of severall passages between him and the Archbishop of Canterbury with other commissioners of the High Commission Court, at six severall appearances before them, and by them directed to Doctor Featly : with their severall conferences, and the doctors by Roger Quatermayne. Quatermayne, Roger.; Laud, William, 1573-1645.; Featley, Daniel, 1582-1645. 1642 (1642) Wing Q148; ESTC R9277 38,184 64 View Text
A35325 The three last sermons preached by the late Reverend Mr. Timothy Cruso, who dyed Novem. 26, 1697 to which is added his sermon on the 5th Nov. 1697. Cruso, Timothy, 1656?-1697.; Fuller, Francis, 1637?-1701. 1698 (1698) Wing C7444; ESTC R31349 39,661 90 View Text
A76483 Mutatus polemo. The horrible strategems of the Jesuits, lately practised in England, during the Civil-Wars, and now discovered by a reclaimed Romanist: imployed before as a workman of the mission from his Holiness. Wherein the Royalist may see himself outwitted and forlorn, while the Presbyterian is closed with, and all to draw on the holy cause. A relation so particular, and with such exquisite characters of truth stampt upon it, that each of our three grand parties may here feel how each others pulses beat. Also a discovery of a plot laid for a speedy invasion. / By A.B. novice. Published by special command. A. B., Novice. 1650 (1650) Wing B21; Thomason E612_2; ESTC R23105 40,723 56 View Text
A19254 Bartas Iunior: or, The worlds epitome; man Set forth in his 1. generation, 2. degeneration, 3. regeneration. Cooke, Edward, fl. 1626-1631. 1631 (1631) STC 5667; ESTC S117171 40,888 74 View Text
A65619 An account of the churches, or places of assembly, of the primitive Christians from the churches of Tyre, Jerusalem, and Constantinople described by Eusebius : and ocular observations of several very ancient edifices of churches yet extant in those parts : with a seasonable application / by Sir George Wheler ... Wheler, George, Sir, 1650-1723.; Eusebius, of Caesarea, Bishop of Caesarea, ca. 260-ca. 340. 1689 (1689) Wing W1606; ESTC R34742 41,000 136 View Text
A85403 Mercy in her exaltation. Or, A soveraigne antidote against fear of the second death. In a sermon preached at the funeral of Daniel Taylor Esq; in Stephens Colemanstreet London, on the twentieth day of April, an. 1655. Goodwin, John, 1594?-1665. 1655 (1655) Wing G1181; Thomason E848_24; ESTC R202308 41,452 68 View Text
A33398 The songs of Moses and Deborah paraphras'd with poems on several occasions : never before publish'd : to which is added, a Pindarick on Mr. L'Estrange. Cleeve, Charles, b. 1661. 1685 (1685) Wing C4625; ESTC R12342 42,192 162 View Text
A50608 The Memory of that servant of God, John Story, revived shewing what manner of man he was from his youth to his grave, by the testimonies of several friends, to whom he was well known, and by whom, for his work sake in the truth, he was greatly beloved : to which is adjoyned something written by him, &c., in his latter years, wherein his judgment is shewn concerning some particular things, and his great desires for love, unity, concord, and peace in the church of Christ. Wilkinson, John, d. ca. 1683. Brief relation concerning the life and death of John Story. 1688 (1688) Wing M1702; ESTC R19789 42,298 47 View Text
A88565 Illumination to Sion Colledge. Wherein, their calling to the Ministery (the foundation whereof not being built upon Christ) is dissipated, their arrogancy hereupon manifested, the extent of magistrates power in generall defined; the execution of the late King, and the seculusion of the late members of Parliament farther justified; the former declarations of Parliament and Scriptures which they cite, explained; their objections from the Covenant, removed in the grammaticall sense thereof; and the Parliament and Army from their aspersions in all vindicated. Being for answer, to the representation of their judgments, in a letter to the Generall, January 18. last: serves also to their vindication: and in part to a pamphlet intituled, Essex Watchmens watch-word: likewise in effect to a later libell (supposed Mr. Loves, intituled, A vindication of the ministers from the aspersions (alias the Etymologies) of Mr. Price, in his Clerico Classicum, &c. To which latter pamphlet, is annexed a briefe answer to what is not so fully hinted in that to the Ministers. / By J.L. as cordiall and fervent a thirster after the nations prosperity, as any. J. L. 1649 (1649) Wing L31; Thomason E558_4; ESTC R205842 44,054 37 View Text
A02073 Alcida Greenes metamorphosis, vvherein is discouered, a pleasant transformation of bodies into sundrie shapes, shewing that as vertues beautifie the mind, so vanities giue greater staines, than the perfection of any quality can rase out: the discourse confirmed with diuerse merry and delightfull histories; full of graue principles to content age, and sawsed with pleasant parlees, and witty answeres, to satisfie youth: profitable for both, and not offensiue to any. By R.G. Greene, Robert, 1558?-1592. 1617 (1617) STC 12216; ESTC S105886 48,526 77 View Text
A21070 The application of the lavves of England for Catholike priesthood and the Sacrifice of the Masse. Directed to the lords of his Maiesties most honourable priuie counsell, iudges, iustices, and other studients of the law. Pendryck, William, 1583-1650. 1623 (1623) STC 7435; ESTC S117587 48,936 110 View Text
A57118 Considerations concerning marriage the honour, duties, benefits, troubles of it whereto are added 1. directions in two particulars, 1. how they that have wives may be as if they had none, 2., how to prepare for parting with a dear yoke-fellow by death, or other-wife : 2. resolution of this case of conscience, whether a man may lawfully marry his wives sister? / by Edward Reyner ... Reyner, Edward, 1600-1668. 1657 (1657) Wing R1221; ESTC R3111 49,078 102 View Text
A47454 The counterfeit Christian, or, The danger of hypocrisy opened in two sermons : containing an exposition of that parabolical speech of our Blessed Saviour, Matth. XII, 43, 44, 45 ... / by Benjamin Keach ... Keach, Benjamin, 1640-1704. 1691 (1691) Wing K55; ESTC R18720 49,835 62 View Text
A37064 A demonstration of the necessity of settling some Gospel-government amongst the churches of Christ in this nation held forth in an answer to a querie whereby Mr. Saltmarch did once endeavour to hinder the settlement of all church-government in the nation : written in the year 1646, and now published for the present use of these times, wherein it may be seasonable to be taken into consideration for the preventing of further confusion and disorder amongst the professors of the Gospell / by John Dury. Dury, John, 1596-1680.; Hartlib, Samuel, d. 1662. 1654 (1654) Wing D2851; ESTC R24917 50,485 74 View Text
A19590 A sermon preached in London before the right honorable the Lord Lavvarre, Lord Gouernour and Captaine Generall of Virginea, and others of his Maiesties Counsell for that kingdome, and the rest of the aduenturers in that plantation At the said Lord Generall his leaue taking of England his natiue countrey, and departure for Virginea, Febr. 21. 1609. By W. Crashaw Bachelar of Diuinitie, and preacher at the Temple. Wherein both the lawfulnesse of that action is maintained, and the necessity thereof is also demonstrated, not so much out of the grounds of policie, as of humanity, equity, and Christianity. Taken from his mouth, and published by direction. Crashaw, William, 1572-1626.; L. D., fl. 1610. 1610 (1610) STC 6029; ESTC S109071 50,684 92 View Text
A40632 A treatise of faith and repentance by Francis Fuller ... Fuller, Francis, 1637?-1701. 1685 (1685) Wing F2386; ESTC R7233 53,021 156 View Text
A34439 Motives of conversion to the Catholick faith, as it is professed in the reformed Church of England by Neal Carolan ... Carolan, Neal. 1688 (1688) Wing C605; ESTC R15923 53,424 72 View Text
A41774 The Baptist against the papist, or, The Scripture and Rome in contention about the supream seat of judgment, in controversies of religion together with ten arguments or reasons, discovering the present papal church of Rome to be no true church of Christ : wherein it is also evinced that the present assemblies of baptized believers, are the true church of Jesus Christ / by Tho. Grantham ... Grantham, Thomas, 1634-1692. 1663 (1663) Wing G1527; ESTC R40005 55,798 108 View Text
A01971 An exposition of the Song of Solomon: called Canticles Together with profitable obseruations, collected out of the same. Perused and published by William Gouge, preacher of Gods Word in Black-Friers, London. Finch, Henry, Sir, d. 1625.; Gouge, William, 1578-1653. 1615 (1615) STC 12113; ESTC S103279 60,898 144 View Text
A63061 Anna Trapnel's report and plea, or, A narrative of her journey into Cornwal the occasion of it, the Lord's encouragements to it, and signal presence with her in it, proclaiming the rage and strivings of the people against the comings forth of the Lord Jesus to reign ... whereto is annexed a defiance against all the reproachful, vile, horrid ... reports raised out of the bottomless pit against her ... / commended for the justification of the truth, and satisfaction of all men, from her own hand. Trapnel, Anna. 1654 (1654) Wing T2033; ESTC R32888 61,316 74 View Text
A84082 Animadversions on a book called, A plea for non-scribers. By Ephraim Elcock. Elcock, Ephraim. 1651 (1651) Wing E325; Thomason E636_2; ESTC R206574 62,788 67 View Text
A64581 Helmont disguised, or, The vulgar errours of impericall and unskillfull practisers of physick confuted more especially as they concern the cures of the feavers, stone, plague and other diseases : in a dialogue between philiatrus, and pyrosophilus : in which the chief rarities of physick is admirably discoursed of / by J. T. ... Thompson, James, Student in physick. 1657 (1657) Wing T999; ESTC R2900 62,808 154 View Text
A42822 Plus ultra, or, The progress and advancement of knowledge since the days of Aristotle in an account of some of the most remarkable late improvements of practical, useful learning, to encourage philosophical endeavours : occasioned by a conference with one of the notional way / by Jos. Glanvill. Glanvill, Joseph, 1636-1680. 1668 (1668) Wing G820; ESTC R14223 65,458 192 View Text
A26784 The danger of prosperity discovered in several sermons upon Prov. I. 27 / by William Bates ... Bates, William, 1625-1699. 1685 (1685) Wing B1103; ESTC R15611 66,480 256 View Text
A85393 A fresh discovery of the high-Presbyterian spirit. Or The quenching of the second beacon fired. Declaring I. The un-Christian dealings of the authors of a pamphlet, entituled, A second beacon fired, &c. In presenting unto the Lord Protector and Parlament, a falsified passage out of one of Mr John Goodwins books, as containing, either blasphemie, or error, or both. II. The evil of their petition for subjecting the libertie of the press to the arbitrariness and will of a few men. III. The Christian equity, that satisfaction be given to the person so notoriously and publickly wronged. Together with the responsatory epistle of the said beacon firers, to the said Mr Goodwin, fraught with further revilings, falsifications, scurrilous language, &c. insteed of a Christian acknowledgment of their errour. Upon which epistle some animadversions are made, / by John Goodwin, a servant of God in the Gospel of his dear Son. Also two letters written some years since, the one by the said John Goodwin to Mr. J. Caryl; the other, by Mr Caryl in answer hereunto; both relating to the passage above hinted. Goodwin, John, 1594?-1665.; Caryl, Joseph, 1602-1673. 1655 (1655) Wing G1167; Thomason E821_18; ESTC R202307 68,987 94 View Text
A54696 Ursa major & minor, or, A sober and impartial enquiry into those pretended fears and jealousies of popery and arbitrary power with some things offered to consideration touching His Majestie's league made with the King of France upon occasion of his wars with Holland and the United Provinces : in a letter written to a learned friend. Philipps, Fabian, 1601-1690. 1681 (1681) Wing P2019A; Wing U141_CANCELLED; ESTC R23216 69,552 56 View Text
A55529 The woman as good as the man, or, The equallity of both sexes written originally in French and translated into English by A.L.; De l'égalité des deux sexes. English. 1677 Poulain de La Barre, François, 1647-1723.; A. L. 1677 (1677) Wing P3038; ESTC R35373 70,496 218 View Text
A81574 Divinity and philosophy dissected, and set forth, by a mad man. The first booke, divided into three chapters. Chap. I. The description of the world in mans heart: with the articles of the Christian Faith. Chap. II. A description of one spirit acting in all, which some affirme is God. Chap. III. A description of the Scripture according to the history and mystery thereof. Mad man. 1644 (1644) Wing D1737; Thomason E53_15; ESTC R14404 70,768 67 View Text
A85880 The trumpet in Sion, sounding a general alarm in the nation. By J.G.G. Gailhard, J. (Jean). 1700 (1700) Wing G42A; ESTC R232835 76,533 150 View Text
A58333 Hymnes and spiritual songs extracted from Scripture on occasion of some useful texts discuss't / composed in private meditation and made use of (once) in publick for the saints comfort ; now published for their sakes that sung them or others that desire them. Reeve, John, 1608-1658. 1682 (1682) Wing R672; ESTC R33519 77,127 250 View Text
B27667 The London-master, or, The Jew detected containing I. A true discovery by what tricks and devices the ship Laurel, of London ... was cast away ... in the river of Killmare in Ireland, II. The evil motives of lucre that instigated them to that wickedness, III. Their bloody designs to have sixteen innocent persons question'd for their lives ..., IV. A brief apology to the clergy, the army, and the London- masters, V. An appendix to prove every allegation, directed by the margent. Orpen, Richard, 1652-1716. 1694 (1694) Wing O467 79,021 141 View Text
A33473 Divine glimpses of a maiden muse being various meditations and epigrams on several subjects : with a probable cure of our present epidemical malady if the means be not too long neglected / by Chr. Clobery ... Clobery, Chr. (Christopher) 1659 (1659) Wing C4722; ESTC R38747 83,315 175 View Text
A28633 Paracelsus his Aurora, & treasure of the philosophers· As also the water-stone of the wise men; describing the matter of, and manner how to attain the universal tincture. Faithfully Englished· And published by J. H. Oxon.; Aurora thesaurusque philosophorum. English. Paracelsus, 1493-1541.; J. H.; Böhme, Jakob, 1575-1624. Correspondence. English. Epistle 23. 1659 (1659) Wing B3540; ESTC R211463 86,113 244 View Text
A54653 A caveat against drunkenness, especially in evil times being a consideration of Eph. 5. 18. / by C.P. Phelpes, Charles. 1676 (1676) Wing P1975; ESTC R20541 88,768 184 View Text
A31225 The chymical Galenist a treatise, wherein the practise of the ancients is reconcild́ to the new discoveries in the theory of physick, shewing that many of their rules, methods, and medicins, are useful for by George Castle ... Castle, George, 1635?-1673. 1667 (1667) Wing C1233; ESTC R21752 90,129 232 View Text
A85957 The fort-royal of Christianity defended. Or, a demonstration of the divinity of scripture, by way of excellency called the Bible. With a discussion of some of the great controversies in religion, about universal redemption, free-will, original sin, &c. For the establishing of Christians in truth in these atheistical trying times. / By Thomas Gery, B.D. and Rector of Barwell in Leicestershire. Gery, Thomas, d. 1670? 1657 (1657) Wing G618; Thomason E1702_1; ESTC R209377 93,977 264 View Text
A77025 The treacherous taken in his treachery, &c. Bonifield, Abraham, fl. 1692-1694. 1699 (1693-1999) Wing B3595B; ESTC R170702 98,019 104 View Text
A76819 A little stream of divine sweetness from the living fountaine for the paradice of God. W. B. (William Blake), fl. 1650-1670. 1650 (1650) Wing B3152A; ESTC R172988 102,965 241 View Text
A30923 Poetical recreations consisting of original poems, songs, odes, &c. with several new translations : in two parts / part I, occasionally written by Mrs. Jane Barker, part II, by several gentlemen of the universities, and others. Barker, Jane. 1688 (1688) Wing B770; ESTC R7698 114,866 432 View Text
A29523 The Christians cabala, or, Sure tradition necessary to be known and believed by all that will be saved : a doctrine holding forth good tidings of great joy, to the greatest of penitent sinners : with a character of one that is by John Brinsley ... Brinsley, John, fl. 1581-1624. 1662 (1662) Wing B4710; ESTC R3986 117,145 225 View Text
A40084 The principles and practices of certain moderate divines of the Church of England (greatly mis-understood), truly represented and defended wherein ... some controversies, of no mean importance, are succinctly discussed : in a free discourse between two intimate friends : in three parts. Fowler, Edward, 1632-1714. 1670 (1670) Wing F1711; ESTC R17783 120,188 376 View Text
A45832 Saturday no sabbath, or, The seventh-day Sabbath proved to be of no force to the beleeving Gentiles in the times of the Gospel, by the law of nature, Moses, Christ being an account of several publique disputations held at Stone-Chappel by Pauls, London, between Dr. Chamberlain, Mr. Tillam, and Mr. Coppinger ... and Jer. Ives ... : together with an appendix in which the said question is more fully and plainly discussed ... / by Jer. Ives. Ives, Jeremiah, fl. 1653-1674. 1659 (1659) Wing I1104; ESTC R24396 120,548 256 View Text
A22598 Love and valour: celebrated in the person of the author, by the name of Adraste. Or, the divers affections of Minerva. One part of the unfained story of the true Lisander and Caliste. Translated out of the French by W.B.; Histoire trage-comique de nostre temps, sous les noms de Lysandre et de Caliste. English Audiguier, Vital d', 1569-1624.; Barwick, Wm. 1638 (1638) STC 905; ESTC S100297 122,979 258 View Text
A65833 The accuser of our brethren cast down in righteous judgment against that spirit of hellish jealousie vented in a great confused book, falsly entituled, The Christian-Quaker distinguished from the apostate and innovator, in five parts ; the fallacy and force whereof being herein clearly detected & justly repelled. Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723. 1681 (1681) Wing W1887; ESTC R19917 128,311 327 View Text
A75934 Milk for babes; or, A mothers catechism for her children Wherein chief saving principles of Christian religion, through the body of it, fit first to inform children in; are 1. propounded. 2. expounded. 3. applied. The sum of which is set down in the following pages; together with the questions and answers which are the grounds of the catechism. Whereunto also annexed, three sermons; preached at Andrews Holborn at a publike fast, and at Covent-Garden, upon severall occasions. By Robert Abbot preacher of Gods word at Southwick in Hantshire. Abbot, Robert, 1588?-1662? 1646 (1646) Wing A69aA; ESTC R229746 144,259 361 View Text
A35530 The comical history of the states and empires of the worlds of the moon and sun written in French by Cyrano Bergerac ; and newly Englished by A. Lovell ...; Histoire comique des états et empires du soleil. English Cyrano de Bergerac, 1619-1655.; Lovell, Archibald. 1687 (1687) Wing C7717; ESTC R20572 161,439 382 View Text
A96435 Abraham's humble intercession for Sodom, and the Lord's gracious concessions in answer thereunto containing sundry meditations upon Gen. XVIII. from ver. XXIII. to the end of the chapter. Wherein many things are spoken of concerning believers drawing near to God, and the efficacy of their prayers; and how they may be princes and prevailers with God, and with what boldness they may come before him, and what ground they may get of him by their prayers, and what sweet communing they have with him. With sundry other things worthy of our most serious thoughts, helping us to be more spiritual and heavenly, which may prepare us for that everlasting communion and fellowship that we hope to arrive at, and come to in a blessed state of glory by Jesus Christ. By Samuel Whiting, Pastor of the Church of Christ at Lyn in N.E. [Three lines of Scripture texts] Whiting, Samuel, 1597-1679. 1666 (1666) Wing W2022; ESTC W15363 173,427 374 View Text
A51319 The two last dialogues treating of the kingdome of God within us and without us, and of his special providence through Christ over his church from the beginning to the end of all things : whereunto is annexed a brief discourse of the true grounds of the certainty of faith in points of religion, together with some few plain songs of divine hymns on the chief holy-days of the year. More, Henry, 1614-1687. 1668 (1668) Wing M2680; ESTC R38873 188,715 558 View Text
A04901 A confutation of monstrous and horrible heresies, taught by H.N. and embraced of a number, who call themselues the Familie of Loue by I. Knewstub. Seene and allowed, according to the Queenes Maiesties iniunctions. Knewstubs, John, 1544-1624. 1579 (1579) STC 15040; ESTC S108097 192,800 286 View Text
A00294 A booke intituled, The English Protestants recantation, in mattersof religion wherein is demonstratiuely proued, by the writings of the principall, and best learned English Protestant bishops, and doctors, and rules of their religion, published allowed, or subscribed vnto, bythem, since the comminge of our King Iames into England, that not onely all generall grownds of diuinitie, are against the[m], but in euery particular cheife question, betweene Catholicks & them, they are in errour, by their owne iudgments : diuided accordingly, into two parts, whereof the first entreateth of those generall grounds, the other of such particular controuersies, whereby will also manifestely appeare the vanitie of D. Morton Protest. Bishop of Chester his boke called Appeale, or, Ansuueare to the Catholicke authour of thebooke entituled, The Protestants apologie. Broughton, Richard. 1617 (1617) STC 10414; ESTC S2109 209,404 418 View Text
A57733 The fire upon the altar. Or Divine meditations and essayes containing the substance of Christian religion Rowe, Cheyne. 1679 (1679) Wing R2061A; ESTC R218415 226,122 405 View Text
A26221 Memoirs of the court of Spain in two parts / written by an ingenious French lady ; done into English by T. Brown.; Mémoires de la cour d'Espagne. English Aulnoy, Madame d' (Marie-Catherine), 1650 or 51-1705.; Brown, Thomas, 1663-1704. 1692 (1692) Wing A4220; ESTC R13347 229,310 448 View Text
A86280 Certamen epistolare, or, The letter-combate. Managed by Peter Heylyn, D.D. with 1. Mr. Baxter of Kederminster. 2. Dr. Barnard of Grays-Inne. 3. Mr. Hickman of Mag. C. Oxon. And 4. J.H. of the city of Westminster Esq; With 5. An appendix to the same, in answer to some passages in Mr. Fullers late Appeal. Heylyn, Peter, 1600-1662.; Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691.; Bernard, Nicholas, d. 1661.; Hickman, Henry, d. 1692.; Harrington, James, 1611-1677. 1659 (1659) Wing H1687; Thomason E1722_1; ESTC R202410 239,292 425 View Text
A01504 The arte of vvarre Beeing the onely rare booke of myllitarie profession: drawne out of all our late and forraine seruices, by William Garrard Gentleman, who serued the King of Spayne in his warres fourteene yeeres, and died anno. Domini. 1587. Which may be called, the true steppes of warre, the perfect path of knowledge, and the playne plot of warlike exercised: as the reader heereof shall plainly see expressed. Corrected and finished by Captaine Hichcock. Anno. 1591. Garrard, William, d. 1587.; Hitchcock, Robert, Captain. aut; Garrard, Thomas. 1591 (1591) STC 11625; ESTC S105703 258,437 384 View Text
A56675 Jesus and the resurrection justified by witnesses in heaven and in earth in two parts : the first shewing that Jesus is the Son of God, the second that in him we have eternall life / by Symon Patrick ... Patrick, Simon, 1626-1707. 1677 (1677) Wing P816 585,896 1,396 View Text
A40137 A collection of many select and Christian epistles, letters and testimonies written on sundry occasions, by that ancient, eminent, faithful friend and minister of Christ Jesus, George Fox ; the second volume. Fox, George, 1624-1691.; Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723. 1698 (1698) Wing F1764; ESTC R15883 725,753 580 View Text
A00440 The auncient ecclesiasticall histories of the first six hundred yeares after Christ, wrytten in the Greeke tongue by three learned historiographers, Eusebius, Socrates, and Euagrius. Eusebius Pamphilus Bishop of Cæsarea in Palæstina vvrote 10 bookes. Socrates Scholasticus of Constantinople vvrote 7 bookes. Euagrius Scholasticus of Antioch vvrote 6 bookes. VVhereunto is annexed Dorotheus Bishop of Tyrus, of the liues of the prophetes, apostles and 70 disciples. All which authors are faithfully translated out of the Greeke tongue by Meredith Hanmer, Maister of Arte and student in diuinitie. Last of all herein is contayned a profitable chronographie collected by the sayd translator, the title whereof is to be seene in the ende of this volume, with a copious index of the principall matters throughout all the histories; Ecclesiastical history. English Eusebius, of Caesarea, Bishop of Caesarea, ca. 260-ca. 340.; Hanmer, Meredith, 1543-1604.; Socrates, Scholasticus, ca. 379-ca. 440. Ecclesiastical history. English. aut; Evagrius, Scholasticus, b. 536? Ecclesiastical history. English. aut; Dorotheus, Saint, 255-362, attributed name. aut 1577 (1577) STC 10572; ESTC S121374 989,961 618 View Text
A34852 Hibernia anglicana, or, The history of Ireland, from the conquest thereof by the English, to this present time with an introductory discourse touching the ancient state of that kingdom and a new and exact map of the same / by Richard Cox ... Cox, Richard, Sir, 1650-1733. 1689 (1689) Wing C6722; ESTC R5067 1,013,759 1,088 View Text
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