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Alary, Jean. / [1623?] Sur les louanges maladie et guerison, de treshaut, trespuissant et tresuertueux seigneur, Messire George de Villiers, Compte Marquis & Duc de Buckingham, Grand Admiral & Grand Escuyer du Roy d'Angleterre: Ode, par Iean D'Alary aduocat au Parlement de Thoulouse, autheur de l'abrequé des longues esteudes, monstrant dans peu de temps les deux perfections du scauoir, qui consistent a discourir des plus beaux suiets, & abien coucher par escrit & a faire des Oewres, par l'inuention de son art, qui la contrainct de quitter la France et ses biens, par l'enuie et la calumnie des Iesuites.
Albemarle, George Monck, Duke of, 1608-1670. / [MDCLIII. 1653] A true relation of the last great fight at sea, July 29. and 31. between the English and the Dutch, as it was presented to the Councill of State in two letters sent them from General Monck: as also an estimate of the enemies ships taken, fired, and sunk, with the number of prisoners; together with what loss we sustained on our side. Saturday August 6. At the Council of State at White-Hall, ordered, that these letters and estimate be forthwith printed and published. John Thurloe Secr.
Albemarle, George Monck, Duke of, 1608-1670. / [1659] A sober letter of General Monck's unto the commander in chiefe, and officers in Ireland with another letter from an officer of the army there, wherein the genrall doth declare his own, and the armies resolution, to adhere to their first declaration, notwithstanding the agreement of his commissioners at London, it being contrary to the instructions given them to act by.
Albemarle, George Monck, Duke of, 1608-1670. / [1660] The Lord General Monck his speech, delivered by him in the Parliament on Monday, Feb. 6. 1659.
Albemarle, George Monck, Duke of, 1608-1670. / [1659] A letter of November 12 from General Monck directed (& delivered) to the Lord Mayor, Aldermen, and Common Council of the city of London, inciting them and all true English-men, to give their assistance, for redemption of the almost lost liberties of England.
Albemarle, George Monck, Duke of, 1608-1670. / [1660] A letter from the Lord. Gen. Monck, to Major General Overton:: together with Maior Gen. Overtons answer thereunto.
Albemarle, George Monck, Duke of, 1608-1670. / [1659] A letter from Generall Monck, November the 12th directed and delivered to the Lord Maior, Court of Aldermen and Common-Council of the city of London, inviting them and all true English-men to give him assistance in his cordial uudertakings [sic] for the redemption of the liberties of the people of England.
Albemarle, George Monck, Duke of, 1608-1670. / [printed, an. Dom. 1659] A letter from General Monck from Dalkeith, 13 October 1659. Directed as followeth. For the Right Honorable William Lenthal, Esquire, Speaker; to be communicated to the Parliament of the Common-wealth of England, at Westminster.
Albemarle, George Monck, Duke of, 1608-1670. / [1660] A letter from Gen. Monck to King Charls son of the late King Charls of England deceased together with King Charls his answer thereunto.
Albemarle, George Monck, Duke of, 1608-1670. / [1659] A declaration of the commander in chief in Scotland and the officers under his command, in vindication of the liberties of the people and priviledges of Parliament.
Albertus, Magnus, Saint, 1193?-1280. / [1654. i.e. 1653] A treatise of adhering to God; written by Albert the Great, Bishop of Ratisbon. Put into English by Sir Kenelme Digby, Kt. Also a conference with a lady about choyce of religion.
Albertus, Magnus, Saint, 1193?-1280. / [1682] The paradise of the soul: or, A little treatise of vertues. Made by Albert the Great, Bishop of Ratisbon, who died in the year 1280. Translated out of Latin into English, by N.N.
Alcock, John, fl. 1647. / [1647] Plain truths of divivinity [sic]. Collected out of the sacred Scriptures, & set forth by way of question and answer the best way conceived for the information of the judgement of the Christian reader. Wherein is set forth many excellent things which are not commonly publshed [sic]. Especially the destruction of Antichrist, and the yeare when it shall be: the coming of the Lord Christ to judgement, and his reigning with his saints for ever upon this earth, at the restitution of all things.
Aldam, Thomas, 1649-1723. / [1690] A short testimony concerning that faithful servant of the Lord, Thomas Aldam of Warnsworth in the county of York who in patience and tribulation was a follower of the Lamb, finished his course in the truth, and departed this life in the fourth month in the year 1660 : something also concerning Mary his wife, and also concerning Margaret Kellam, and Joan Kellam, his two sisters : with a few words in exhortation to such as are the children of believing parents, or are more lately com'd to be convinced of the truth / given forth in the sense of the great love of God, which hath visited his people in this our age and day, by Thomas Aldam, son to the abovesaid Thomas Aldam.
Aldam, Thomas, d. 1660. / [1655] The searching out the deceit, and bringing the deceivers words and actions to the light, to be proved and tryed with the light, which is just, judging and condemning that which is acted or spoken contrary to the light
Aldem, Mordecai, d. 1615. / [1592] A short, plaine, and profitable catechisme containing an instruction vnto the foure principal points of Christian religion. Needfull for all those, who doe not as yet perfitly knowe the same.
Aldworth, Richard. / [1643] The copie of a letter sent from the maior of Bristoll unto a gentleman, a friend of his in London. Relating the great defeat given to the cavaliers in those parts by Sir VVilliam VValler, and Sir Arthur Haslerig, with the names of divers commanders and officers that were slaine and taken prisoners. This is licenced, and entred into the Register-booke at Stationers Hall, according to order.
Alessandro Farnese, Duke of Parma, 1545-1592. / [1590.] Ce qui est aduenu en la retraicte du duc de Parme depuis le 20. Nouembre jusques au 27. dudit mois 1590. Auec les nouuelles de dauphiné..
Alexander. / [Printed in the yeare, 1641] A copy of a letter concerning the traiterous conspiracy of the rebellious papists in Ireland being a true relation / written by a gentleman of good worth, who hath suffered by them much dammage and losse in his estate, and hardly escaped with his life.
Alexander VIII, Pope, 1610-1691. / [MDCLXXXIX 1689] His Holyness the Pope of Rome's declaration against the French king, Louis the 14th. Translated out of High Dutch into English as it now lyes before the Dyet in Germany : giving an exact account of the particulars of the presensions of the See of Rome against the crown of France: / written by a person that is lately arrived from Germany. ; Never yet published ...
Alexander VIII, Pope, 1610-1691. / [1690 i.e. 1691] The bull of Pope Alexander VIII. Published two days before his death. Annulling all the proceedings of the French clergy, assembled at Paris, 1682 Published by authority.
Alexander, Ben. (Benjamin) / [1659] The last advice of Mr. Ben. Alexander (late minister of West-Markham, in the county of Nottingham) to his children. In two parts. The contents follow.
Alexander, de Villa Dei. / [1485?] [Doctrinale]
Alexander, John, 1638-1716. / [1680] Jesuitico-Quakerism examined, or, A confutation of the blasphemous and unreasonable principles of the Quakers with a vindication of the Church of God in Britain, from their malicious clamours, and slanderous aspersions / by John Alexander ...
Alexander, John, 17th cent. / [1643] The last ioyfull intelligence from his excellency his quarters in Reading: VVherein is contained, the propositions of agreement, upon which the town was delivered, with the manner of the delivery, how they marcht away without their ordnance, and the true estate of his excellencies army at this present. Faithfully related in two letters sent from good hands in the army, to a person of good quality in the city, bearing date Aprill 27. 1643.
Alford, Joseph. / [1649] The church triumphant, or, A comfortable treatise of the amplitude and largeness of the kingdom of Christ wherein is proved by Scriptures and reason, that the number of the damned is inferiour to that of the elect / by Joseph Alford ...
Algeria. / [1687] Articles of peace and commerce between the most serene and mighty prince James II by the grace of God, King of Great Britain, France and Ireland, defender of the Christian faith, etc. and the most illustrious lords, the Douletli Basha, Aga & Governours of the famous city and kingdom of Algiers in Barbary / ratified and confirmed by Sir William Soame ..., His Majesties ambassador to the Grand Signior, on the fifth of April, Old Style, 1686.
Algeria. Dey (1671-1682 : Mehmet) / [1679] A letter written by the governour of Algiers, to the States-General of the United Provinces of the Low-Counteys [sic], &c. in relation to the signing the peace concluded between them.
Algood, Major, 1641-1696. / [1684] A sermon preached at the funeral of ... Mr. Georg Ritschel, late minister of Hexham in Northumberland by Mr. Major Algood ... ; with an elegie on his death.
Alle, Thomas. / [1646] A breif narration of the truth of some particulars in Mr. Thomas Edwards his book called Gangræna.: Concerning one Nichols an Anabaptist, some opinions he maintained to Master Greenhill, and a discourse that passed between Master Greenhill and Master Burroughs upon occasion of those opinions. / By the author Thomas Alle.
Allein, Toby. / [1659] Truths manifest revived, or, A farther discovery of Mr. Stucley and his churches causeless excommunication of Mrs. Mary Allein wherein the former narrative and observations on Mr. Stucleys sermon are reprinted, and his late scandulous pamphlet, falsly intituled Manifest truth, answered and refuted / by Tobie Allein ...
Alleine, William, 1614-1677. / [1697] Several discourses ... being some remains of William Allein ... / carefully copy'd from his own notes and publish'd at the request of his hearers.
Allen, Daniel, fl. 1699. / [1699] The moderate Trinitarian containing a description of the Holy Trinity, both according to Scripture, and approved authors for learning, and adherence to the Trinitarian doctrine : being an argument shewing that moderation may and ought to be shewn by and to persons of different conceptions concerning some circumstances relating to the knowledg of the Holy Trinity : together with a short reply to Mr. Joseph Taylor's Brief inquiry whether those who own, and those who deny the divinity of Christ, may communicate together / by Daniel Allen.
Allen, Edmund, 1519?-1559. / [The. xix. daye of October the yere of our Lorde. M.D.XLVIII. 1548] A catechisme, that is to saie, a familiar introduccion and trainyng of the simple in the commaundementes of God, and the principles of oure religion muche necessarie to be taught and knowen to all good christian people, sette foorth in questions with direct answers to the same: [et] translated into Englishe for the behoufe and commoditee not onely of childre[n], but also of al suche deuout lerners as are not seen in the Latine toungue.
Allen, Edward, Esq. / [1654] Vavasoris examen, & purgamen: or, Mr. Vavasor Powells impartial triall: who being apprehended upon the late hue and cry, raised after him, hath appealed to God and his country, and is found not guilty. Or, The thanks of the Welsh itinerants for their pretious New-years-gift, (being a chain of blew beads, above an hundred lyes on a string) lately sent them, by their namelesse, truthlesse, and shamelesse benefactor, wherein the calumniators monstrous draught is expunged, and Mr. Powell drawn out in his proper colours. Published, by Edward Allen, John Griffith, Esq; James Quarrell, Charles Lloyd. Pr.
Allen, Hannah. / [1683] A narrative of God's gracious dealings with that choice Christian Mrs. Hannah Allen (afterwards married to Mr. Hatt,) reciting the great advantages the devil made of her deep melancholy, and the triumphant victories, rich and sovereign graces, God gave her over all his stratagems and devices.
Allen, Isaac, 17th cent. / [1658] Excommunicatio excommunicata, or, A censure of the Presbyterian censures and proceedings in the Classis at Manchester: wherein is modestly examined what ecclesiastical or civil function [sic] they pretend for their new and usurped power : in a discourse betwixt the ministers of that Classis, and some dissenting Christians.
Allen, James, 1632-1710. / [1699] Man's self-reflection is the special means to further his recovery from his apostasy from God
Allen, John, 17th cent. / [1659] Several cases of conscience, concerning astrologie, and seekers unto astrologers, answered. Collected and gathered out of the works of our most judicious, experienced and orthodox English divines. / By a friend to the truth.
Allen, John, M.A., Fellow of Trinity College in Cambridge. / [1682] Of perjury a sermon preach'd at the assizes held at Chester, April the 4th, 1682 / by John Allen, M.A. Fellow of Trinity College in Cambridge ...
Allen, Richard. / [1700] A gainful death the end of a truly Christian life a sermon at the funeral of Mr. John Griffith, late minister of the Gospel, who departed this life May 16, in the 79th year of his age / preached May the 20th, 1700 by Richard Allen.
Allen, Richard, b. 1604 or 5. / [1648] An antidote against heresy: or a preservative for Protestants against the poyson of Papists, Anabaptists, Arrians, Arminians, &c. and their pestilent errours. Shewing the authors of those errours, their grounds and reasons, the time when and occasion how they did arise; with general answers to their arguments taken out of holy scripture and the ancient fathers. Written to stay the wandering and stablish the weak in these dangerous times of Apostasy. / By Richard Allen, M.A. sometime Fellow of Penbrooke [sic] Colledge in Oxford.
Allen, Robert, fl. 1596-1612. / [1600] A treatise of christian beneficence, and of that like christian thankefulnese which is due to the same The which, as they are duties of singular account with God, so are they of as necessarie vse to all christians, for the keeping of faith and a good conscience, as are fire and water for common vse and comfort to the naturall life of all men.
Allen, Robert, fl. 1596-1612. / [1600] A treasurie of catechisme, or Christian instruction. The first part, which is concerning the morall law or ten Commandements of Almightie God: with certaine questions and aunswers preparatory to the same
Allen, Robert, fl. 1596-1612. / [1606] The doctrine of the Gospel By a plaine and familiar interpretation of the particular points or articles thereof: with the promises, comforts, and duties, seuerally belonging to the same. VVhereunto is added, a declaration of the danger of not knowing, not beleeuing, or not obeying any one of them. Likewise, a rehearsal of the manifold heresies, wherein many haue erred contrary to them all. Diuided into three bookes. The first whereof, is of beliefe in God the Father ...
Allen, Robert, fl. 1596-1612. / [1596] An alphabet of the holy proverbs of King Salomon specially from the beginning of the tenth chapter to the end of the booke for the helpe of memorie and for a more ready finding out of any whole sentence, if onely the beginning be called to mind: with a short interpretation of the more hard prouerbs, wherein also diuers translations are compared and laied together for a further helpe to vnderstanding. Collected and set down in this order with a mind desirous to procure that these holy prouerbs might be made yet more familiar euen to children by the delight of so plaine and familiar a method.
Allen, Thomas, 1608-1673. / [Printed in the year 1676] The way of the Spirit in bringing souls to Christ set forth in X sermons on John 16:7, 8, 9, 10 and chap 7:37 / by Mr. Thomas Allen, late pastor of a church in ... Norwich.
Allen, Thomas, 1608-1673. / [1683] The glory of Christ set forth in several sermons from John III.34, 35, 36 and V.25 : and The necessity of faith in order to pleasing God, from Hebrews XI.6 / by Mr. Thomas Allen, late pastor of a church in the city of Norwich.
Allen, Thomas, d. 1684. / [1665] Cheirexokåe [sic] the excellency or handy-vvork of the royal hand.
Allen, William. / [1680] The last words and testimonies of and for William Allen, late of Cowen in Essex, a faithfull servant of the Lord; who finishing his testimony, departed this life the 21. of the 11th month, 1679.
Allen, William, 1532-1594. / [1584] A true, sincere and modest defence, of English Catholiques that suffer for their faith both at home and abrode against a false, seditious and slanderous libel intituled; The exectuion of iustice in England. VVherein is declared, hovv vniustlie the Protestants doe charge Catholiques vvith treason ...
Allen, William, 1532-1594. / [1583] A true report of the late apprehension and imprisonnement of Iohn Nichols minister at Roan and his confession and ansvvers made in the time of his durance there. VVherevnto is added the satisfaction of certaine, that of feare or frailtie haue latly fallen in England.
Allen, William, 1532-1594. / [anno D. 1567] A treatise made in defence of the lauful power and authoritie of priesthod to remitte sinnes of the peoples duetie for confession of their sinnes to Gods ministers: and of the Churches meaning concerning indulgences, commonlie called the Popes pardo[n]s. By William Allen M. of Arte, and student in diuinitie.
Allen, William, 1532-1594. / [Anno 1565] A defense and declaration of the Catholike Churchies [sic] doctrine, touching purgatory, and prayers for the soules departed. by William Allen Master of Arte and student in diuinitye
Allen, William, 1532-1594. / [1582] A briefe historie of the glorious martyrdom of XII. reuerend priests, executed vvithin these tvveluemonethes for confession and defence of the Catholike faith But vnder the false pretence of treason. Vvith a note of sundrie things that befel them in their life and imprisonment: and a preface declaring their innocencie. Set furth by such as were much conuersant vvith them in their life, and present at their arraignement and death. Occidistis, sed non possedistis. that is you haue slaine them, but you haue not gotten possession.
Allen, William, Adjutant-general of the army in Ireland. / [1660] A word to the army, touching their sin and dutie if it may bee, to convince them of the greatness of the one, and their defectiveness in the other : with a word of advice in the conclusion, humbly tendred to them, in order to their recovery to that path of unfeigned repentance / by William Allen, late Adjutant-general to the Army in Ireland ...
Allen, William, Adjutant-general of the army in Ireland. / [1659] A faithful memorial of that remarkable meeting of many officers of the Army in England, at Windsor Castle, in the year 1648.: As also, a discovery of the great goodness of God, in his gracious meeting of them, hearing and answering their suit or supplications, while they were yet speaking to him. All which is humbly presented, as a precious patern and president unto the officers and souldiers of the said Army (or elsewhere) who are or shall be found in the like path, of following the Lord in this evil day; searching and trying their waies, in order to a through return and reformation. By William Allen, late Adjutant-General of the Army in Ireland.
Allen, William, Adjutant-general of the army in Ireland. / [1658] The captive taken from the strong or a true relation of the gratious release of Mistrisse Deborah Huish (by the arm of the Almighty) from under the power of the Tempter, by whose firy conflicts she had been sorely vexed for about fourteen years / as it was faithfully written from her own mouth by William Allen ...
Allen, William, d. 1686. / [MDCLIII. 1653] Some baptismal abuses briefly discovered. Or A cordial endeavour to reduce the administration and use of baptism, to its primitive purity; in two parts. The first part, tending to disprove the lawfulness of infant baptism. The second part, tending to prove it necessary for persons to be baptized after they believe, their infant baptism, or any pre-profession of the Gospel notwithstanding. As also, discovering the disorder and irregularity that is in mixt communion of persons baptized, with such as are unbaptized, in church-fellowship. By William Allen.
Allen, William, d. 1686. / [1676] A serious and friendly address to the non-conformists, beginning with the Anabaptists, or, An addition to the perswasive to peace and vnity by W.A.
Allen, William, d. 1686. / [1660] A retraction of separation wherein VI arguments formerly erected for the service of separation upon the account of infant baptisme are taken down, and VI other arguments for saints generall communion, though of different perswasion, are erected in their room : together with a patheticall swasive to unity, peace, and concord as our generation-work in speciall / by William Allen.
Allen, William, d. 1686. / [1672] A perswasive to peace & unity among Christians, notwithstanding their different apprehensions in lesser things
Allen, William, d. 1686. / [1684] Of the state of the church in future ages, or, An inspection into the divine prophecies touching the state of the church, in the latter ages of the world / by W.A.
Allen, William, d. 1686. / [1675] The mystery of iniquity unfolded, or, The false apostles and the authors of popery compared in their secular design and means of accomplishing it by corrupting the Christian religion under pretence of promoting it
Allen, William, d. 1686. / [1680] The grand errour of the Quakers detected and confuted Shewing how they contradict God's method of directing men to salvation by following that light within which comes by outward teaching, by their directing them to seek it by following that light within which is wrought without external teaching by the scriptures or by men. Wherein those beings are considered likewise, which have betrayed them into delusion. By W.A.
Allen, William, d. 1686. / [1658] A glass of justification, or The vvork of faith with povver. Wherein the apostles doctrine touching justification without the deeds of the law, is opened; and the sence in which gospel-obedience, as well as faith, is necessary to justification, is stated. Wherein also the nature of that dead faith is detected, by which multitudes that hope for salvation are (as is to be feared) deceived; and the true nature and distinguishing properties of the faith of Gods elect, is handled. Finally, the doctrine of the imputation of faith for righteousness is herein also briefly discussed; and the great wisdom and folly of men about the proof of their faith, touched ... By William Allen, a poor servant to the Lord Jesus.
Allen, William, d. 1686. / [1679] A friendly call, or, A seasonable perswasive to unity directed to all nonconformists and dissenters in religion from the Church of England, as the only secure means to frustrate and prevent all popish plots and designs against the peace of this kingdom both in church and state / by a lover of the truth and a friend to peace and unity.
Allen, William, d. 1686. / [1689] A discourse of the nature, series, and order of occurrences as they are prophetically represented in the 11 chap. of the Revelation / by W.A.
Allen, William, d. 1686. / [1679] A discourse of divine assistance, and the method thereof shewing what assistance men receive from God in performing the condition of the promise of pardon of sin and eternal life / by W.A.
Allen, William, d. 1686. / [1678] The Christians justification stated shewing how the righteousness of Christ, the Gospel-Covenant, faith, and God himself, do operate to our justification / by W.A.
Allen, William, d. 1686. / [in the year MDCXCIX 1699] Certain select discourses on those most important subjects, requisite to be well understood by a catechist in laying the foundation of Christian knowledge in the minds of novitiates viz., First discourses on I. The doctrine of the two covenants both legal and evangelical, II. On faith and justification / by William Allen. Secondly, Discourses on I. The covenant of grace, or baptismal covenant, being chatechetical lectures on the preliminary questions and answers of the Church-Catechism : II. Three catechetical lectures on faith and justification / by Thomas Bray, D.D.
Allen, William, d. 1686. / [1683] Catholicism, or, Several enquiries touching visible church-membership, church-communion, the nature of schism, and the usefulness of natural constitutions for the furtherance of religion by W.A.
Allen, William, d. 1686. / [1653] An ansvver to Mr. J.G. his XL. queries, touching the lawfulness, or unlawfulness of holding church-communion, between such who have been baptized after their beleeving, and others who have not otherwise been baptized, then in their infancie. As likewise touching infant, and after baptism. In which answer, the undueness of such mixt communion is declared, the unlawfulness of infant-baptism, and the necessity of after baptism is asserted. By W.A.
Allen, William, d. 1686. / [1676] Animadversions on that part of Mr. Robert Ferguson's book entituled The interest of reason in religion which treats of justification in a letter to a friend.
Allen, William, fl. 1681-1697. / [1681] A sermon preacht in Bridgewater, the next day after the election of burgesses, February 27, 1680/1 by William Allen, B.D., and Vicar of Bridgewater, Somerset.
Allen, William, fl. 1681-1697. / [1697] A practical improvement of the articles of Christ's descent into hell and rising again from the dead in a sermon, preach'd in the parish church of Bridgewater, on Easter-Day, Anno Domini, 1697 / by William Allen.
Allestree, Charles, 1653 or 4-1707. / [1685] A sermon preach'd at Oxford, before Sir. Will. Walker, Mayor of the said city, upon the 26th of July 1685 being the day of thanksgiving for the defeat of the rebels in Monmouth's rebellion / by Charles Allestree ...
Allestree, Charles, 1653 or 4-1707. / [1694/5 i.e. 1695] The desire of all men a sermon preach'd at Daventry in Northamptonshire, March 5, 1694/5, (being the day of the interment of our late Most Gracious Queen), before the bayliff and burgesses of the said corporation of Daventry and other gentlemen of the country, and published at their request / by Charles Allestree ...
Allestree, Richard, 1619-1681. / [1700] The whole duty of man epitomiz'd: for the benefit of the poor. With select prayers suited to every partition. By Edm. Stacy, a minister of the Church of England.
Allestree, Richard, 1619-1681. / [1672] Holl ddled-swydd dyn gwedi ei osod ar lawr, mewn ffordd hynod ac eglur, desnyddiol i bawb, ond yn enwedig i'r darllenydd mwyaf annyscedig : gwedi ei ddosparthu i XVII. o bennodau : y rhai, trwy ddarllen un o honynt boáb dydd yr Arglwydd, a ddarllenir i gyd trostynt deirgwaith yn y flwyddyn : angenrheidiol i boáb teuluoedd : ynghyd a Dwywolder neillduol ar amryw achosion / a gyfiaithwyd yn Gymro-aeg gan Jo. Langford ...
Allestree, Richard, 1619-1681. / [1684] The beauty of holiness Written by the author of The whole duty of man, &c. To which is added holy devotions upon several occasions, fitted to the main uses of a Christian life.
Allestree, Thomas, 1637 or 8-1715. / [1671] A funeral handkerchief in two parts : I. Part. Containing arguments to comfort us at death of friends, II. Part. Containing several uses which we ought to make of such losses : to which is added, Three sermons preached at Coventry, in December last, 1670 / by Thomas Allestree ...
Alley, William, 1510?-1570. / [1565] Ptōchomuseion [sic]. = The poore mans librarie Rapsodiæ G.A. Bishop of Exceter vpon the first epistle of saint Peter, red publiquely in the cathedrall church of saint Paule, within the citye of London. 1560. Here are adioyned at the end of euery special treatie, certaine fruitful annotacions which may properly be called miscellanea, bicause they do entreate of diuerse and sundry matters, marked with the nombre and figures of Augrime. 2.
Alleyn, E. / [1662] A catalogue of the noblemen and peers of the kingdom of England according to their birth and creatio[n] in the reign of Charles the Second, King of England, Scotland, France and Ireland collected by E. Alleyn.
Alleyn, Thomas. / [Printed in the yeare of hope, 1647] The old Protestants letanie: against all sectaries, and their defendants, both Presbyterians, and Independants. / Composed by a lover of God, and King Charles.
Allin, John, 1596-1671. / [1672] The spouse of Christ coming out of affliction, leaning upon her beloved, or, A sermon preached by Mr. John Allin, the late Reverend Pastor to the Church of Christ at Dedham, at the administration of the Lords Supper, August 6, 1671 and may be useful to any Church of Christ, or true believer in a state of affliction.
Allin, John, 1596-1671. / [1664] Animadversions upon the Antisynodalia americana, a treatise printed in old England; in the name of the dissenting brethren in the synod held at Boston in New England 1662. Tending to clear the elders and churches of New England from those evils and declinings charged upon many of them in the two prefaces before the said book. Together with an answer unto the reasons alledged for the opinion of the dissenters, and a reply to such answers as are given to the arguments of the synod. / by John Allin, pastor of the Church of Christ at Dedham in N. England.
Allin, Ralph. / [1585] The hauen of hope containing godlie praiers and meditations for diuers purposes. Gathered by R.A.
Allison, Thomas, fl. 1697. / [1699] An account of a voyage from Archangel in Russia, in the year 1697 of the ship and company wintering near the North Cape in the latitude of 71, their manner of living, and what they suffered by the extream cold : also, remarkable observations of the climate, country and inhabitants : together with a chart, describing the place where they lay, land in view, soundings, &c. / by Tho. Allison, commander of the ship ; published at the request of the Russia Company, chiefly for the benefit of those who sail that way ...
Alliston, Joseph. / [1610] The exercise of true spirituall deuotion Consisting of diuers holy meditations and prayers; seruing for the inflaming of mens benummed affections; the quickening and increase of sauing grace; and the better ordering of the whole course of the life of a Christian, in a manner acceptable to God, profitable vnto others, and comfortable vnto his own soule. The first part.
Alliston, Joseph. / [1614] The Christians guide For his better, and more comfortable passage through the wildernesse of this troublesome world, vnto that promised rest in that heauenly Canaan, the kingdome of glory. Consisting of diuers holy meditations and prayers seruing to that purpose.
Allix, Pierre, 1641-1717. / [MDCLXXXVIII i.e. 1688] Reflexions upon the books of the Holy Scriptures to establish the truth of the Christian religion. Volume I in two volumes.
Allix, Pierre, 1641-1717. / [1689] Reflections upon the opinions of some modern divines conerning the nature of government in general, and that of England in particular with an appendix relating to this matter, containing I. the seventy fifth canon of the Council of Toledo II. the original articles in Latin, out of which the Magna charta of King John was framed III. the true Magna charta of King John in French ... / all three Englished.
Allix, Pierre, 1641-1717. / [1668] A preparation for the Lord's Supper to which are added Maxims of true Christianity / written originally in French, by P. Allix ; Englished by P. Lorrain.
Allix, Pierre, 1641-1717. / [1693] A letter to a friend concerning the behaviour of Christians under the various revolutions of state-governments
Allix, Pierre, 1641-1717. / [1699] The judgement of the ancient Jewish church, against the Unitarians in the controversy upon the holy Trinity, and the divinity of our Blessed Saviour : with A table of matters, and A table of texts of scriptures occasionally explain'd / by a divine of the Church of England.
Allix, Pierre, 1641-1717. / [1695] Animadversions on Mr. Hill's book entituled, A vindication of the primitive fathers, against the imputations of Gilbert, Lord Bishop of Sarum in a letter to a person of quality.
Allsopp, Nicholas. / [ca. 1620] Certaine briefe questions and answers, concerning chiefe poynts of Christian religion Gathered for the vse of the young people of the parish of S. Andrewes in Eastcheape: and may serue generally for all places. By N.A.
Allwyn, Robert. / [1631] The oyle of gladnesse: or, Musicke at the house of mourning Deliuered in III severall sermons by Rob: Allvvyn, Master of Artes and rector of Stedham cum Heysbot, in the county of Suffex. 1631. And now vpon intreaty published.
Allyn, John, d. 1696. / [Anno Dom. 1694] Their Majesties colony of Connecticut in New-England vindicated from the abuses of a pamphlet, licensed and printed at New-York 1694. Intituled, Some seasonable considerations for the good people of Connecticut / by an answer thereunto.
Allyne, Robert. / [1613] Teares of ioy shed at the happy departure from Great Britaine, of the two paragons of the Christian world. Fredericke and Elizabeth, Prince, and Princesse Palatines of Rhine Duke and Dutches of Bauaria, &c. By R.A.
Allyne, Robert. / [An. 1613] Funerall elegies vpon the most lamentable and vntimely death of the thrice illustrious Prince Henry, Prince of VVales, &c. By R.A.
Almond, Oliver. / [Anno DC.XXIII. sic, i.e. 1623] The vncasing of heresie, or, The anatomie of protestancie. Written and composed by O.A.
Almond, Oliver. / [Anno M. DC.XIIII. 1614] The life and gate of Christianitie entreating of the sacrament of baptisme, deuided into five bookes. Contayning the effects, the mater, the forme, the baptiser, and the partie baptised: with the reasons and use of all the auntient rites and ceremonies. ... Composed, gathered, and written by O.A. ...
Alonso, de Madrid. / [1605] A breefe methode or way teachinge all sortes of Christian people, how to serue God in a moste perfect manner written first in Spanishe, by a religious man, named Alphonso ; and reduced owte of Latin into English in manner of a dialogue for the easier vnderstanding and capacities of the simpler sorte, by I.M.
Alport, Edward. / [1623] Dauid's catechisme. By E.A.
Alsop, George, b. 1638. / [1679] A sermon preached at sea, before the Honourable Sir Robert Robinson, Knight, principal commander of His Majestie's squadron of ships, now riding at Spitt-Head, November the 24th, 1678 before the administration of the Holy Sacrament, and oaths of allegiance and supremacy to the several commanders and officers of that squadron, in obedience to the King's command / by George Alsop ...
Alsop, George, b. 1638. / [1669] An orthodox plea for the sanctuary of God, common service, white robe of the house being writ for the good of all, but more especially intended for the common sort, being composed in a stile fittest for their capacities / by G.A. Sometime of Oxford, of St. Johns.
Alsop, Nathaniel. / [1682] A sermon preached at the assizes held at Leicester for that county on the twenty third day of March, 1681/2 by Nathaniel Alsop.
Alsop, Vincent, 1629 or 30-1703. / [1680] The mischief of impositions, or, An antidote against a late discourse, partly preached at Guild-hall Chappel, May 2, 1680, called The mischief of separation
Alsted, Johann Heinrich, 1588-1638. / [Printed in the yeare, 1642 i.e. 1643] The worlds proceeding woes and succeeding joyes.: 1. In cruell warres and vehement plagues. 2. In happy peace and unity amongst all living creatures. Or, the triple presage of Henry Alsted, (a man every way most learned) depending as well on the oracles of heaven, as on the opinions of the greatest astrologers. With an addition of the fiery conjunction of Saturn and Iupiter, this instant February; denouncing many calamities to the world, or certaine regions thereof. In which discourse, is discovered the opinions of many learned men concerning Christs personall reign upon earth, and confirmed by the most comfortable prophecie of Tycho Brahe, touching the most blessed age even now at hand.
Alsted, Johann Heinrich, 1588-1638. / [Printed 1642 i.e. 1643] Happy news to England sent from Oxford. 1. The joyfull hopes of a peace, and of an accomodation that is to be made between the King and his Parliament. 2. The Kings intentions to come to his high Court of Parliament. 3. The preparations that is made for his Majesties comming to White Hall, and the store of provisions of wine and other things that is laid in there for his entertainment. 4. The names of those lords that are nominated to goe to his Majesty with the answer to his late propositions, and to know who his Majesty will nominate and appoint for the accomodation and treaty, and the place where. 5. The security and hostage which is offered by foure noblemen, and also by their estates for the Kings security there and his safe returne to his court at Oxford, if in case the Parliament and his Majesty doth not agree. 6. His Majesties returning to London is suddainely expected, will under God make all those lying astronomers and deceivers, which prophesied of a great battaile prove false and counterfeit.
Alsted, Johann Heinrich, 1588-1638. / [1699] An account of some remarkable eclipses, and the effects observ'd to ensue thereupon Being a translation from the Latin out of Alstedius's Thesaurus Chronologiæ, for the consideration of the English reader at this great eclipse of the sun, on the 13th. of September, 1699.
Altham, Edward, d. 1688. / [1688] The last speech and confession of Edward Altham, who was executed at Tyburn, on Friday the twentieth of ... July, 1688 ...:
Altham, Michael, 1633-1705. / [MDCLXXXVII. 1687] A vindication of the Church of England from the foul aspersions of schism and heresie unjustly cast upon her by the Church of Rome. In two parts
Altham, Michael, 1633-1705. / [1686] Some queries to Protestants answered and an explanation of the Roman Catholick's belief in four great points considered : I. concerning their church, II. their worship, III. justification, IV. civil government.
Altham, Michael, 1633-1705. / [MDCLXXXVII. 1687] A dialogue between a pastor and parishioner, touching the Lord's Supper. Wherein the most material doubts and scruples about receiving that holy sacrament, are removed, and the way thereto discovered to be both plain and pleasant. Very usefull for private christians in these scrupulous times. With some short prayers fitted for that occasion, and a morning and evening prayer for the use of private families / by Michael Altham, Vicar of Latton in Essex.
Altham, Michael, 1633-1705. / [1687] The creed of Pope Pius the IV, or, A prospect of popery taken from that authentick record with short notes.
Altham, Michael, 1633-1705. / [1691] An auction of whores, or, The bawds bill of sale, for Bartholomew Fair. Held in the cloysters, near Smithfield.
Altham, Michael, 1633-1705. / [1688] The additional articles in Pope Pius's creed, no articles of the Christian faith being an answer to a late pamphlet intituled, Pope Pius his profession of faith vindicated from novelty in additional articles, and the prospect of popery, taken from that authentick record, with short notes thereupon, defended.
Alured, Thomas. / [1642] The coppie of a letter vvritten to the Duke of Buckingham concerning the match with Spaine: discovering what dangers would happen to this state by the Kings marrying with one of a contrary religion shewed by divers presidents.