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Baber, John. / [1688] To the King, upon the Queens being deliver'd of a son June the 10th, MDCLXXXVIII : a poem / by John Baber ...
Baber, John. / [1685] A poem upon the coronation by J. Baber ...
Babington, Abraham / [1648?] An answer to a discourse intituled, Truth it's manifest, &c
Babington, Humfrey, 1615-1691. / [1678] Mercy & judgment a sermon, preached at the assises held at Lincolne, July 15. 1678 / by Humfrey Babington ...
Babington, John. / [MDCXXXV. 1635] Pyrotechnia or, A discourse of artificiall fire-works in which the true grounds of that art are plainly and perspicuously laid downe: together with sundry such motions, both straight and circular, performed by the helpe of fire, as are not to be found in any other discourse of this kind, extant in any language. VVhereunto is annexed a short treatise of geometrie, contayning certaine definitions and problemes, for the mensuration of superficies and sollids, with tables for the square root to 25000, and the cubick root to 10000 latus, wherein all roots under those numbers are extracted onely by ocular inspection. VVritten by Iohn Babington gunner, and student in the mathematicks.
Bache, Humphrey. / [1659] The voice of thunder, or, The sound of a trumpet giving a certain sound, saying, Arise ye dead, and come to judgement the light, to guide you to judge out the evil, that righteousnesse you may learn, and so come to have a true discerning betwixt the precious and the vile, betwixt those that in truth serve the Lord, and those that pretend to worship him, a day, when in truth they serve him not, but grieve his spirit : with a few words to them whose faces are Sion-ward, travelling to the good land of rest, whereunto those that believe not in the light cannot enter : with a dear, tender visitation to the holy, meek, suffering seed, which is already entered and entering in, where none can make afraid / by Humphrey Bache.
Bachiler, Samuel. / [in the yeare M. DC. XXV. 1625] Miles Christianus, or The campe royal set forth in briefe meditations on the words of the Prophet Moses, Deut. 23, 9, 14. here under following, preached in the armie as Dungen-Leager, profitable for all sorts of men to reade; and published for the generall good of all that will read, By Samuel Bachiler, Preacher to the English at Gorinchem.
Backhouse, Robert, d. 1645. / [May 7. 1644] A true relation of a wicked plot intended and still on foot against the city of Glocester, to betray the same into the hands of the Cavaliers.: Discovered by Captaine Backhouse who was wrought upon to have betrayed the same by the sollicitation of one Edward Stanford Esquire, a grand Papist but a lieut: colonell amongst the Cavaliers; and by himselfe set forth to give the Parliament and his Excellencie satisfaction and the better to vindicate his owne integrity. Together with severall letters from my Lord Digby and Sir William Vavasour to Capt. Backhouse concerning the said designe. 4. Maii. 1644. It is this day ordered by the committee of the House of Commons for printing, that this relation be printed by Edward Husbands. Jo. White.
Backwell, John. / [1698?] An abstract of the agreement made between John Backwell esq; and Richard Backwell gent. and the creditors of Edward Backwell, their father, deceased.
Bacon, Christopher. / [Printed in the yeer 1662,] A trumpet sounding an alarvm from the Spirit of Life through an inhabitant of the City of God to all the inhabitants of the earth.: But most especially, to the rulers and inhabitants of the city of Exon: To the end, the dead may be raised, the deaf hear, the dumb speak, the lame walk, and the unclean spirit cast out, and the poor receive the Gospel.
Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. / [1647 i.e. 1648] XVI propositions concerning the raign and government of a king. Propounded, by the Right Honourable, Sir Francis Bacon, late Lord Chancellour of England. Wherein is shewed, 1. The power which God hath given to kings. 2. How a king ought to wear his crown. 3. To make religion the rule of government. 4. The danger in alteration of government. 5. The love which a king oweth to his subjects.
Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. / [Imprinted in the yeere 1641] A wise and moderate discourse, concerning church-affaires. As it was written, long since, by the famous authour of those considerations, which seem to have some reference to this. Now published for the common good.
Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. / [Printed Anno, 1641] A speech delivered by Sir Francis Bacon, in the lower House of Parliament quinto Iacobi, concerning the article of naturalization of the Scottish nation.
Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. / [1642] Sir Francis Bacon his apologie in certaine imputations concerning the late Earle of Essex written to the Right Honourable his very good lord, the Earle of Devon-shire, lord livetenant [sic] of Ireland.
Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. / [1640] Of the advancement and proficience of learning; or, The partitions of sciences· Nine books. Written in Latin by the most eminent, illustrious, and famous Lord Francis Bacon Baron of Verulam, Vicount St. Alban, Councellor of Estate, and Lord Chancellor of England. Interpreted by Gilbert Watts.
Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. / [1625] The essayes or counsels, ciuill and morall, of Francis Lo. Verulam, Viscount St. Alban
Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. / [1700] A discourse of the happy union of the kingdoms of England & Scotland dedicated in private to King James I / by Francis Lord Bacon.
Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. / [1641] A confession of faith, penned by an orthodox man of the reformed religion: dedicated to some eminent persons, now assembled in Parliament.
Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. / [1641] The confession of faith written by Sr. Francis Bacon.
Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. / [1629] Certaine miscellany vvorks of the Right Honourable Francis Lo. Verulam, Viscount S. Alban. Published by William Rawley ...
Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. / [1670] The apology of Sr. Francis Bacon, Kt. in certain imputations concerning the late Earl of Essex written to the Right Honourable his very good Lord the Earl of Devonshire, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland.
Bacon, James, minister of Burgate, Suffolk. / [anno Dom. M DC LX. 1660] A plaine & profitable catechisme whereunto is added a sermon preached upon Exod.23.2. / By that reverend and judicious divine Mr James Bacon, late minister of Burgate in Suffolke. Now first published by his son in law H.W.
Bacon, John, 17th cent. / [1642] A true relation of severall overthrows given to the rebells, by Colonell Crayford, Colonell Gibson; and Captain Greams. The relation being sent from Dublin in two letters, by the last post, Septem. 13. 1642. Together with the names of the chief of the rebels that were slain at the said overthrow.
Bacon, Nathaniel, 1593-1660. / [Printed in the year. 1646] An ordinance presented to the Honourable house of Commons, by Mr. Bacon, a lawyer in Suffolk, and Mr. Taet, both of the Members of the same House, and by their meanes was twice read, and referred to a committee. : Pretended for preventing, growing and spreading of heresies. With some briefe observations thereupon, shewing how contrary it is to that law of love, which teacheth men to doe to others, as they would have others doe to them.
Bacon, Nathaniel, 1593-1660. / [1647] An historicall discourse of the uniformity of the government of England. The first part. From the first times till the reigne of Edvvard the third
Bacon, Robert, b. 1611 or 12. / [1646] Christ mighty in himself & members revealed in some short expressions by way of catechisme : wherein is demonstrated ... according to the Scripture ... is alone in the Spirit by Jesus Christ : to which is added ... a hint of the nature of the kingdome of God (as it is even now to faith) / by R. Bacon.
Bacon, Robert, M.A. / [1652] A taste of the spirit of God, and of this vvorld, as they have appeared in opposition heretofore, so now latest of all at New-Windsor. Occasioned through the violence, and reproach of evil men, against the temple and tabernacle of God, and them that dwel therein. Presented in a narrative to the honourable committee, for the propagating the Gospel. / By Robert Bacon, preacher by the allowance of God, and the nation, now these five years there.
Bacon, Robert, M.A. / [1646] The spirit of prelacie, yet working. Or, Truth from under a cloud,: in a relation, of that great, and publike contestation had in Glocester, July, 1644. Written then, and now published, as it were of necessity. Together, with a postscript, containing some generall and perticular observations, upon Master Edwards his Gangræna. / By Robert Bacon, M.A. minister of the Gospel.
Bacon, Robert, M.A. / [Printed in the year, M.DC.XLIX. 1649] The labyrinth the kingdom's in: with a golden threed to bring it forth into light, liberty, and peace agen. Being a brief but impartial history of the good and evil of the former, later, and present power of the nation, as it relates to God and the people. The result is a plea for the restauration of all in Christ (the kingdoms rest,) who is expected to appear more in the present, then in any former power of the nation. / By R. Bacon, a lover of mankinde.
Badger, John, fl. 1693. / [1695] A register of the doctors of physick in our two universities of Cambridge and Oxford
Badger, John, fl. 1693. / [between 1693 and 1696] Olbion; or, the cordial antidote,
Badger, John, fl. 1693. / [1696] An exact alphabetical catalogue of all that have taken the degree of Doctor of Physick in our two universities from the year 1659, to this present year 1695 publish'd for the benefit of all English-men, particularly to inform the people of London, who are honest and regular physicians / by John Badger ...
Badiley, Richard, d. 1657. / [1653] Capt. Badiley's reply to certaine declarations from Capt. Seamen, Cap. Ell, & Cap. Fisher as he found them divulged abroad in a fallacious pamphlet, called The remonstrance of the fight neer Legorn, between the English and the Dutch. : As also many other particulars, as they were presented to his Excellency the Lord General Cromwell, and the Right Honourable, the Councell of State.
Badiley, Richard, d. 1657. / [1653] Capt. Badiley's answer unto Capt. Appleton's Remonstrance Given in to his excellency the Lord Generall Cromwell, and the right honourable, the Councel of State. As also: his true relation of what past between the great Duke of Tuscany, and himselfe. With sundry letters, affidavits, and certificates, discovering the fallaciousnesse of the said pamphlet, called A remonstrance of the fight in Legorn-Road, between the English, and the Dutch. With some other particulars, not impertinent to the purpose, of clearing up the truth.
Badland, Tho. (Thomas) / [1676] Eternity, or, The weightiness of the unseen concerns of the other world, from their duration opened, proved, and applyed in a sermon preached in Worcestershire / by Tho. Badland ...
Bagnall, Robert, b. 1559 or 60. / [1622] The stewards last account Deliuered in fiue sermons vpon the sixteenth chapter of the gospell by Saint Luke, the first and second verses. By Robert Bagnall, Minister of the Word of God, at Hutton in Somersetshire.
Bagshaw, Edward, 1629-1671. / [1663] The XXIV cases concerning things indifferent in religious worship considered, or, The resolver better resolved by his own principles, and non-conformists more confirmed also, the grand case touching ministers conformity, with the double supplement thereunto annexed, briefly discussed.
Bagshaw, Edward, 1629-1671. / [1662] Signes of the times, or, Prognosticks of future judgements with the way how to prevent them / by Edward Bagshaw ...
Bagshaw, Edward, 1629-1671. / [1661] The second part of The great question concerning things indifferent in religious vvorship briefly stated, and tendred to the consideration of all conscientious and sober men / by the same author.
Bagshaw, Edward, 1629-1671. / [1660] Saintship no ground of soveraignty, or, A treatise tending to prove, that the saints, barely considered as such, ought not to govern by Edw. Bagshaw ...
Bagshaw, Edward, 1629-1671. / [1671] A review and conclusion of The antidote agianst [sic] Mr. Baxter's palliated cure of church-divisions wherein Mr. Baxter's late repentance is examined, all his immodest calumnies confuted, and the grounds of separation further cleared / by Edward Bagshaw.
Bagshaw, Edward, 1629-1671. / [1659] A practicall discourse concerning Gods decrees. In two parts. The first concerning mans unfitnesse to dispute against the decrees of God: out of Rom. 9.20. The second tending to assert and cleare Gods absolute election of a limited and certaine number unto eternall life: out of Acts 13:48. By Edvvard Bagshavve st. of Ch. Ch.
Bagshaw, Edward, 1629-1671. / [1662] The necessity & use of heresies, or, The third and last part of The great question about indifferent things in religious worship containing an answer to the objection against liberty of conscience, from the growth and spreading of heresies / by Edward Bagshaw ...
Bagshaw, Edward, 1629-1671. / [Printed in the year, 1667] The marks of the apocalyptical beast, plainly decyphered and the danger of having communion with him clearly discovered. The testimony of a reverend and learned divine concerning the following treatise. As to the treatise, Mr. - and I have perused it carefully; and not to speak to please, but as the thing is, it is very clear, strong, and useful, and very fit to open the eyes of those Papists whom God hath a favour to: I wish the nation enjoyed it, being it is so solid, short, and fitted for good.
Bagshaw, Edward, 1629-1671. / [MDCLXXI 1671] The life and death of Mr. Vavasor Powell, that faithful minister and confessor of Jesus Christ wherein his eminient conversion, laborious successful ministry, excellent conversation, confession of faith, worthy sayings, choice experiences, various sufferings, and other remarkable passages in his life and at his death are faithfully recorded for publick benefit : with some elogies and epitaphs by his friends.
Bagshaw, Edward, 1629-1671. / [printed in the year, 1662] A letter unto a person of honour & quality: containing some animadversions upon the Bishop of VVorcester's letter.
Bagshaw, Edward, 1629-1671. / [1659] A letter to Mr. Thomas Pierce, rector of Brington conteining amongst other things, a brief state of the question about Gods decrees : to which is annexed an exercitation in Latine concerning free-will / by Edward Bagshawe ...
Bagshaw, Edward, 1629-1671. / [Printed in the year, 1663] A letter to a person of quality written by Mr. Edward Bagshaw, the day before his commitment close-prisoner to the gatehouse.
Bagshaw, Edward, 1629-1671. / [printed in the year, 1660] The great question concerning things indifferent in religious vvorship briefly stated; and tendred to the consideration of all sober and impartial men.
Bagshaw, Edward, 1629-1671. / [1669] The doctrine of the kingdom and personal reign of Christ asserted and explained in an exposition upon Zach. 14, 5, 9 / by Ed. Bagshaw.
Bagshaw, Edward, 1629-1671. / [1662] The doctrine of free-grace, no doctrine of licenciousnesse, or, That Gods free unconditionall pardoning of sinne is the best way to mortifie the power of sinne in believers asserted and cleared by Edward Bagshawe ...
Bagshaw, Edward, 1629-1671. / [1661] A discourse about Christ and antichrist, or, A demonstration that Jesus is the Christ from the truth of his predictions, especially, the coming and the seduction of antichrist : to which is added a treatise about the resurrection / by Edward Bagshaw ...
Bagshaw, Edward, 1629-1671. / [1662] A brief treatise about the spiritual nature of God and of His worship by Edw. Bagshaw ...
Bagshaw, Edward, 1629-1671. / [1662] A brief enquiry into the grounds and reasons, whereupon the infallibility of the Pope and the Church of Rome is said to be founded by Edward Bagshawe ...
Bagshaw, Edward, d. 1662. / [1641] Two arguments in Parliament the first concerning the cannons, the second concerning the premunire vpon those cannons / by Edward Bagshawe, Esquire.
Bagshaw, Edward, d. 1662. / [1648] A short censure of the book of W.P. entituled, The University of Oxfords plea, refuted
Bagshaw, Edward, d. 1662. / [1660] The rights of the crovvn of England, as it is established by law. / Written in the time of the late King, by Edward Bagshaw Esquire, an apprentice of the common-law.
Bagshaw, Edward, d. 1662. / [printed. 1641] Mr. Bagshavvs first speech with the oath that is given to iudges. Novemb. 7. 1640.:
Bagshaw, Edward, d. 1662. / [1641] Mr Bagshaw's speech in Parliament February the ninth, 1640. Concerning episcopacy and the London petition.
Bagshaw, Edward, d. 1662. / [1641. i.e. 1642] Master Bagshaw his worthy speech in Parliament, Febr, 18. 1641. Concerning the passing of a bill, for the disarming of the papists within this kingdome.
Bagshaw, H. (Harrington) / [1698] A sermon preached before the Right Honourable the lord mayor and aldermen of this city at the Cathedral Church of St. Pauls, on Sunday 3d. of April by H. Bagshaw.
Bagshaw, Henry, 1632-1709. / [1667] A sermon preacht in Madrid, July 4, 1666. s.n. occasioned by the sad and much lamented death of his late Excellency Sir Richard Fanshaw Knight and Baronet ... / by Henry Bagshaw.
Bagshaw, Henry, 1632-1709. / [1676] A sermon preached before the King at White-Hall, January XXX, 1675/6 by Henry Bagshaw ...
Bagshaw, Henry, 1632-1709. / [1673] The excellency of primitive government in a sermon preach'd at Guild-Hall Chappel at the election of this present Lord Mayor / by Henry Bagshaw ...
Bagshaw, Henry, 1632-1709. / [1680] Diatribae, or, Discourses upon select texts wherein several weighty truths are handled and applyed against the papist and the Socinian / by Henry Bagshaw.
Bagshawe, William, 1628-1702. / [1694] Trading spiritualized Or, certain heads, points, or positions, on which tradesmen (and others) may (O that they would!) enlarge in their meditations. By W. Bagshaw. Minister of the gospel.
Bagshawe, William, 1628-1702. / [1685] The riches of grace displayed: the second part. In the great instances thereof. In giving the son. Sending the spirit. Effectual calling. God's covenanting with man. By W. Bagshaw, minister of the gospel
Bagshawe, William, 1628-1702. / [1671] Principiis obsta. The readie vvay to prevent sin By William Bagshaw.
Bagshawe, William, 1628-1702. / [1653] Living water, or, Waters for a thirsty soul drawn out in severall sermons upon Rev. 21:6 / by W. Bagshavve ...
Bagwell, William, b. 1593? / [1652] A concealment discovered for the publique advantage being the effect of a petition directed to the Right Honourable the Councell of State for the Common-wealth of England, by Will. Bagwell and John Brockedon, discoverers and plaintiffes in the behalfe of the said Common-wealth, which was delivered to the Lord Generall Cromwell, to be presented &c. the 17th day of Aprill last, 1652.
Bahia (Brazil : State). Secretaria das Minas e Energia. Diretoria de Distribuição. / [1656] The skilful physician containing directions for the preservation of a healthful condition, and approved remedies for all diseases and infirmities (outward or inward) incident to the body of man ... whereunto is added experimented instructions for the compounding of perfumes, also for the chusing and ordering of all kinds of wines, both in preserving the sound, and rectifying those that are prick'd : never before imparted to publick view.
Bailey, John, 1644-1697. / [1684?] To my loving and dearly beloved Christian friends, in and about Lymerick.
Bailey, John, 1644-1697. / [1689] Man's chief end to glorifie God, or, Some brief sermon notes on I Cor. 10:31 by the reverend Mr. John Bailey.
Bailey, William, of Stapleford Abbat, Essex. / [1608] A rumor of warres among the times and signes of peace A sermon preached at Hamsted, in Middlesex, the 6. of September 1608. By William Bailey.
Baillie, James, Master of Arts. / [1627] Spiritual marriage: or, The vnion betweene Christ and his Church As it was delivered in a sermon at Westminster, the first of Ianuarie. Anno Dom. 1626. By Iames Baillie, Master of Arts.
Baillie, Robert, 1599-1662. / [1641] The unlavvfulnesse and danger of limited episcopacie· VVhereunto is subioyned a short reply to the modest advertiser and calme examinator of that treatise. As also the question of episcopacie discussed from Scripture and fathers. / By Robert Bailly pastor of Killwunning in Scotland.
Baillie, Robert, 1599-1662. / [1652] A Scotch antidote against the English infection of Arminianism Which little book may be (through Gods blessing) very useful to preserve those that are yet found in the faith, from the infection of Mr John Goodwin's great book. By Robert Bailie, minister of the Gospel at Glasgow.
Baillie, Robert, 1599-1662. / [1643 i.e. 1644] Satan the leader in chief to all who resist the reparation of Sion. As it was cleared in a sermon to the Honourable House of Commons at their late solemn fast, Febr. 28. 1643. By Robert Baylie, minister at Glasgow. Published by order of the House of Commons.
Baillie, Robert, 1599-1662. / [1649] A review of the seditious pamphlet lately pnblished [sic] in Holland by Dr. Bramhell, pretended Bishop of London-Derry; entitled, His faire warning against the Scots discipline. In which, his malicious and most lying reports, to the great scandall of that government, are fully and clearly refuted. As also, the Solemne League and Covenant of the three nations justified and maintained. / By Robert Baylie, minister at Glasgow, and one of the commissioners from the Church of Scotland, attending the King at the Hague.
Baillie, Robert, 1599-1662. / [1649] A review of Doctor Bramble, late Bishop of Londenderry, his Faire warning against the Scotes disciplin by R.B.G.
Baillie, Robert, 1599-1662. / [1641] A parallel or briefe comparison of the liturgie with the masse-book, the breviarie, the ceremoniall, and other romish ritualls. VVherein is clearly and shortly demonstrated, not onely that the liturgie is taken for the most part word by word out of these antichristian writts; but also that not one of the most abominable passages of the masse can in reason be refused by any who cordially imbrace the liturgie as now it stands, and is commented by the prime of our clergie. All made good from the testimonies of the most famous and learned liturgick writers both romish and English. By R.B.K. Seene and allowed.
Baillie, Robert, 1599-1662. / [in April, 1640] Ladensium autokatakrisis, the Canterburians self-conviction Or an evident demonstration of the avowed Arminianisme, poperie, and tyrannie of that faction, by their owne confessions. With a post-script to the personate Iesuite Lysimachus Nicanor, a prime Canterburian.
Baillie, Robert, 1599-1662. / [1646] An historicall vindication of the government of the Church of Scotland: from the manifold base calumnies which the most malignant of the prelats did invent of old, and now lately have been published with great industry in two pamphlets at London. The one intituled Issachars burden, &c. written and published at Oxford by John Maxwell, a Scottish prelate, excommunicate by the Church of Scotland, and declared an unpardonable incendiary by the parliaments of both kingdoms. The other falsly intituled A declaration made by King James in Scotland, concerning church-government and presbyteries; but indeed written by Patrick Adamson, pretended Archbishop of St. Andrews, contrary to his own conscience, as himselfe on his death-bed did confesse and subscribe before many witneses in a write hereunto annexed. By Robert Baylie minister at Glasgow. Published according to order.
Baillie, Robert, 1599-1662. / [1645] Errours and induration, are the great sins and the great judgements of the time. Preached in a sermon before the Right Honourable House of Peers, in the Abbey-Church at Westminster, July 30. 1645. the day of the monethly fast: / by Robert Baylie, minister at Glasgow.
Baillie, Robert, 1599-1662. / [1647] Anabaptism, the true fountaine of Independency, Brownisme, [double brace] Antinomy, Familisme, and the most of the other errours, which for the time doe trouble the Church of England, unsealed. Also the questions of pædobaptisme and dipping handled from Scripture. In a second part of the Disswasive from the errors of the time. / By Robert Baillie minister at Glasgow.
Bainbrigg, Thomas, 1636-1703. / [1687] An answer to a book, entituled, Reason and authority, or, The motives of a late Protestant's reconciliation to the Catholick Church together with a brief account of Augustine the monk, and conversion of the English : in a letter to a friend.
Baiteman, George. / [Printed, Anno Dom. 1654] A brief narration of the examination of Geo. Bateman, vpon five articles in a charge laid against him by Henry Eddan and others. With the sentence of the bench in ordering him to be committed to the jayl the last general sessions of peace, holden in the city of Durham, the 5th of April, 1654. Divers honest people being present, who can witness with the truth of what is here declared. The which sentence let the world judge, whether just or unjust.
Baiteman, George. / [1653] The arrovv of the Almighty shot out of the creatures bowe, against the uncalled ministers in England. Or, A messages sent to them to forewarn them of their determined destruction, before it fall upon them. Likewise here is shewed, from whence they had their calling into the ministery; and how all people have been decieved by them. Here is also a glass wherein all formalists may see their own deformity, and so seek after that which is the substance, wherein all their deformity shall be done away. Likewise here is opened the mystery of the Lords Supper, and the mystery in Baptism; and how there is a threefold Baptism, having relation to the three fold name of Father, Son, and Holy Ghost; with other truths very needful to be known. All of them being laid down in as brief a manner as possiblemay be, for the use and instruction of the Presbyterians, Independants, and Anabaptists, so called; or for the good of all others who have a minde to seek God in a right way; and in the conclusion, a word to the free-gracians. By Geo. Baitman.
Baker, Aaron, b. 1651 or 2. / [1678] Achitophel befool'd a sermon preached November V, 1678 at St. Sepulchres / by Aaron Baker ...
Baker, Augustine, 1575-1641. / [1657] Sancta Sophia, or, Directions for the prayer of contemplation &c. extracted out of more then (sic) XL treatises / written by the late Ven. Father F. Augustin Baker, a monke of the English congregation of the Holy Order of S. Benedict, and methodically digested by the R.F. Serenvs Cressy of the same order and congregation ...
Baker, George, 1540-1600. / [1574] The composition or making of the moste excellent and pretious oil called oleum magistrale First published by the commaundement of the King of Spain, vvith the maner hovv to apply it particulerly. The which oyl cureth these diseases folowi[n]g ... Also the third book of Galen of curing of pricks and wounds of sinowes. A method for curing of vvounds in the ioynts, and the maner how to place them. Abreef gathering togither of certain errours which the common chirurgians dayly vse ... Faithfully gathered and translated into English by George Baker chirurgian. 1574.
Baker, George, d. 1684. / [1685] The confession of Capt. George Baker, at the place of execution, in justification of Mr. Staines, druggist:
Baker, Humfrey, fl. 1557-1587. / [Anno Domini 1564] The welspring of sciences, which teacheth the perfecte worke and practise of arithmeticke both in vvhole numbers & fractions, with such easie and compendious instruction into the saide art, as hath not heretofore been by any set out nor laboured, : Beautified vvith most necessary rules and questions, not onely profitable for marchauntes, but also for all artificers, as in the table doth plainely appere..
Baker, Humfrey, fl. 1557-1587. / [ca. 1590] Such as are desirous, eyther themselues to learne, or to haue theyr children or seruants instructed in any of these artes and faculties heer vnder named, it may please them to repayre vnto the house of Humfry Baker
Baker, Richard, d. 1697. / [1660?] The strength and power of God manifested (in the creatures weakness) against the hard judgment and judgments of cruel and unreasonable minded men ...
Baker, Richard, d. 1697. / [166-?] How the love of God is the true ground of hatred of sin
Baker, Richard, Sir, 1568-1645. / [1641] A soliloquy of the soule, or, A pillar of thoughts with reasons proving the immortality of the soule / written by Sir Richard Baker, Knight.
Baker, Richard, Sir, 1568-1645. / [1642] Meditations and motives for prayer upon the seven dayes of the weeke written and enlarged by Sr. Richard Baker ...
Baker, Richard, Sir, 1568-1645. / [1640] Meditations and disquisitions, upon the seven psalmes of David, commonly called the penitentiall Psalmes Namely, The 6. The 32. The 38. The 51. The 102. The 130. The 143. By Sir Richard Baker knight.
Baker, Richard, Sir, 1568-1645. / [1640] Meditations and disquisitions, upon the seven consolatorie psalmes of David namely, The 23. The 27. The 30. The 34. The 84. The 103. The 116. By Sir Richard Baker Knight.
Baker, Richard, Sir, 1568-1645. / [1646] Meditations and disquisitions upon the creed. By Sr. Richard Baker Knight
Baker, Thomas, 1624 or 5-1690. / [1683?] A catalogue of the mathematical works of the learned Mr. Thomas Baker, Rector of Bishop Nympton in Devonshire with a proposal about printing the same, and first one intituled The geometrical key, or, The gate of æquations unlockt.
Bakewell, Thomas, b. 1618 or 19. / [1643] A short view of the Antinomian errours with a briefe and plaine answer to them, as the heads of them lye in order in the next page of this book : being a nest of cursed errors hatched by hereticks, fed and nourished by their proselites : being taken as they were flying abroad were brought as the eagle doth her young ones to see if they could endure to looke upon the sun-beams of truth with fixed eyes, the which they could not : were presently adjudged to be a bastard brood, and their necks chopt off, and their carkasses throwne to the dunghill.
Bakewell, Thomas, b. 1618 or 19. / [1650] A plea for Mr Strong's church-members;: shewing they ought not implicitely to submit to his unnecessary and doubtful rules, although for it he threaten to debar them from the Lords Table, or to leave them altogether. / By Thomas Bakewell.
Bakewell, Thomas, b. 1618 or 19. / [1646] The ordinance of excommunication rightly stated and vindicated from severall false opinions concerning it. By a lover of truth and peace. Feb. 17. 1645. Imprimatur. John Downame.
Bakewell, Thomas, b. 1618 or 19. / [1646] A iustification of two points now in controversie with the Anabaptists concerning baptisme: the first is, that infants of Christians ought to be baptized, with grounds to prove it, and their objections answered. With a briefe answer to Master Tombes twelve doubtfull arguments against it in his exercitation about infants baptisme. Also a briefe answer to Captaine Hobsons five arguments in his falacy of infants baptisme, being (as he saith) that which should have beene disputed by him, and Mr. Knowles, and some others; against Mr. Calamy and Mr. Cranford. The second point is, that the sprinckling the baptized more agreeth with the minde of Christ then dipping or plunging in or under the water: with grounds to prove it, and a briefe auswer [sic] to what they have to say against it. / By T.B.
Bakewell, Thomas, b. 1618 or 19. / [1644] A faithfull messenger sent after the Antinomians: to try their power in their last place of refuge, who are fled to Gods decrees for shelter, as Ioab did to the hornes of the altar, and say that they will dye there, I Kings 2. 29.30. Imprimatur Ja. Cranford.
Bakewell, Thomas, b. 1618 or 19. / [1650] Doctor Chamberlain visited with a bunch of his own grapes, gathered out of his own packet of letters: to know whether my answer to his question gave satisfaction, and that by his reply to partake of those rare gifts of the spirit, which he proffered to publish in Black-fryers Church. Also an answer to Dr Chamberlains reply, concerning sprinkling the baptized. / By Thomas Bakewel.
Bakewell, Thomas, b. 1618 or 19. / [1650] The dippers plunged in a sea of absurdities, or An ansvver to Doctor Chamberlaine concerning sprinkling the baptized. By Thomas Bakewell.
Bakewell, Thomas, b. 1618 or 19. / [1644] A confutation of the Anabaptists, and all others who affect not civill government; proving the lawfullnesse of it: and a full answer to all their cavills, that are, or can be made against it. With a nut-cracker for an unnaturall nut, whose shell is as hard as the scales of Leviathan, and the kernell of his heart as hard as a piece of the nether mill-stone, Iob 41.15.24. yet the hammer of Gods word that breaketh in pieces the rocks, Ier. 23.29. will break this nut, that all may see the devillish kernell that is in it. Also arguments against the Anabaptists, proving that infants borne of Christian parents ought to be baptized: with a full answer to all their cavills that are (or can be) made against it. Imprimatur Ja. Cranford.
Bakewell, Thomas, b. 1618 or 19. / [Anno Dom. 1650] A brief ansvver to obiections of all sorts, against Presbyterian chvrches and their government.
Bakewell, Thomas, b. 1618 or 19. / [1644] The antinomians Christ confovnded, and the Lords Christ exalted. In which is contained a briefe confutation of Dr. Crispe and Mr Lancaster. Also, a combat with the Antinomians Christ in his den, his arraignment; and the fainting soule built upon the true rocke, against which the gates of hell shall not prevaile, Mat. 6.18. Imprimatur James Cranford.
Bakewell, Thomas, b. 1618 or 19. / [1646] An answer, or confutation of divers errors broached, and maintained by the seven churches of Anabaptists contained in those articles of their confession of faith propounded to the Parliament, and other grosse opinions held by them against the cleare light of the gospell. By Thomas Bakewell. Imprimatur John Downham.
Bakewell, Thomas, b. 1618 or 19. / [1646] An answer to those questions propounded by the Parliament to the Assembly of Divines, touching jus divinum in matter of church-government. Wherein is clearly proved from Scripture, that the Presbyterial government is jure devino, of divine institution, and according to the will and appointment of Jesus Christ. Licensed, and published according to order.
Bales, Peter, 1547-1610? / [1643] Oratio Dominica: or, The Lords prayer, pleading for better entertainment in the Church of England. A sermon preached at Saint Mary Woolnoth, London, Jun 11. 1643. By Peter Bales, Mr. in Arts, and minister of the Gospel.
Bales, Peter, 1547-1610? / [1650] Infirmity inducing to conformity, or, A scourge for impudent usurpers, and a cordiall for impotent Christians preached not long since in St. Peter's the Poore ... and in St. Pancras Church-yard when it could not be admitted into the church, July 8, 1649 / by Peter Bales ...
Balfour, James, Sir, 1600-1657. / [1698] A catalogue of curious manuscripts being historical, political, theological, juri[dic]ial, physical, and philosophical, with so[me] poets and orators, their writings, an[cien]t and modern / collected by Sir James Balfour ...
Balfour, William, Sir, d. 1660. / [1644] Sir VVillam [sic] Balfores letter of March 30. 1644. to His Excellency the Earl of Essex Ld Generall· It is his Exellencies pleasure that this letter be forth-with printed. Jo. Baldwin secretary to his Excellency.
Ball, John, 1585-1640. / [1645] A treatise of the covenant of grace wherein the graduall breakings out of Gospel grace from Adam to Christ are clearly discovered, the differences betwixt the Old and New Testament are laid open, divers errours of Arminians and others are confuted, the nature of uprightnesse, and the way of Christ in bringing the soul into communion with himself ... are solidly handled / by that faithfull servant of Jesus Christ, and minister of the Gospel, John Ball ; published by Simeon Ash.
Ball, John, 1585-1640. / [1631] A treatise of faith diuided into two parts. The first shewing the nature, the second, the life of faith. ... By Iohn Ball.
Ball, John, 1585-1640. / [1660] A treatise of divine meditation, by that faithful servant of Jesus Christ Mr. John Ball, late minister of the Gospel at Whitmore in Staffordshire. Published by Simeon Ashe, preacher of the Gospel at Austins, London.
Ball, John, 1585-1640. / [1617.] A short treatise: containing all the principall grounds of Christian religion. By way of questions and answers: very profitable for all sorts of men, but especially for housholders..
Ball, John, 1585-1640. / [1630] A short catechisme contayning the princples [sic] of religion : verie profitable for all sorts of people.
Ball, John, 1585-1640. / [1657] The power of godlines [sic] both doctrinally and practically handled wherein the nature, comprehensiveness, parts and properties of a godly life are discovered by Scripture-evidence, and authority ... : whereunto are annexed distinct treatises 1. of the by that faithful servant of Christ, Mr. John Ball ... ; published by Simeon Ashe ...
Ball, John, 1585-1640. / [1642] An answer to two treatises of Mr. Iohn Can, the leader of the English Brownists in Amsterdam the former called, A necessitie of separation from the Church of England, proved by the Nonconformists principles : the other, A stay against straying : wherein in opposition to M. Iohn Robinson, he undertakes to prove the unlawfulnesse of hearing the ministers of the Church of England ... / by the late learned, laborious and faithfull servant of Jesus Christ, John Ball.
Ball, Nathanael, 1623-1681. / [1683] Spiritual bondage and freedom, or, A treatise containing the substance of several sermons preached on that subject from John VIII, 36 by the late Reverend Mr. Nathanael Ball ...
Ball, Richard, 1608 or 9-1684. / [1682] The true Christian-man's duty both to God and the King deliver'd in a sermon preached in the Temple-Church on Sunday, November VI, 1670 / by Richard Ball ...
Ball, Robert, fl. 1635. / [1635] The mirror of pure devotion: or, The discovery of hypocrisie Delivered in sixe severall sermons, in the Cathedrall Church of Chichester, by way of an exposition of the parable of the Pharises and the publican. By R.B. preacher of the word, at Chidham in the county of Sussex.
Ball, Thomas, 1589 or 90-1659. / [1656] Poimēnopurgos. Pastorum propugnaculum. Or, The pulpits patronage against the force of un-ordained usurpation, and invasion. By Thomas Ball, sometimes Fellow of Emmanuel College in Cambridge, now minister of the Gospel in Northampton, at the request, and by the advice, of very many of his neighbour-ministers.
Ball, William. / [Prined sic in the Yeare, 1652] A true narrative of the undue, and greatly injurious proceedings of one Edward Bullock, late petitioner unto the Parliament of England, against one VVilliam Standen, Esq.: humbly presented unto the Parliament of England / by William Ball, Esq.
Ball, William. / [Printed in the yeare, 1645] Tractatus de jure regnandi, & regni: or, The sphere of government, according to the law of God, nature, and nations. / By VVilliam Ball, Gent.
Ball, William. / [1641] To the honourable the knights, citizens, and burgesses, now assembled in Parliament. The humble propositions of William Ball, alias Bennet, Gent. Concerning the forts of this kingdome. With some other considerations of state.
Ball, William. / [1655 i.e. 1656] State-maxims, or, Certain dangerous positions, destructive to the very natural right and liberty of mankind. Laid down in a book entituled, The grounds of government and obedience; by Tho. White Gent. / Discussed, and both by Scripture and reason confuted, by Will Ball Esq;
Ball, William. / [1650] Power juridicent, and juritenent: or, power of law-making, and law-administering, discussed; and humbly presented to the Parliament of England; By William Ball Esq.
Ball, William. / [1649] The povver of kings discussed: or, An examen of the fundamentall constitution of the free-borne people of England:: in answer to severall tenents of M. David Jenkins. By Will: Ball of Barkham, Esq;
Ball, William. / [1656] A narrative directed to all true lovers of justice, and maintainers of legall right and proprietie.
Ball, William. / [1659] Law and state proposals humbly presented to the supream authority ,the Parliament of England by William Ball.
Ball, William. / [Printed in the year 1653] An illegal way to get another mans estate ... by William Ball.
Ball, William. / [1650] Europa lachrymans poema heroicum / Guglielmi Ballæi.
Ball, William. / [1659] A digest of government: together with certain additional proposals. Tendered to the consideration of all peaceable patriots. By William Ball, Esq
Ball, William. / [Printed, anno Dom. 1646] Constitutio liberi populi. Or, The rule of a free-born people. By William Ball of Barkham, Esquire.
Ball, William. / [1642] A caveat for subjects, moderating the Observator.: Wherein his chiefest arguments are confuted, the Kings iust prerogative manitained [sic]: and the priviledge of the subiect no wayes preiudiced: by William Ball, Gent.
Ball, William. / [Printed in the yeare, 1652] Ball his vindication against Bullock;: shewing, a former narrative subscribed William Ball, to be true: and a late printed paper subscribed Edward Bullock, to be notoriously false and scandalous. / Humbly presented to the Parliament of England by VVilliam Ball, Esq.
Ballamie, Richard. / [1657] The leper clensed, or, The reduction of an erring Christian being a narrative of Richard Ballamie of Tiverton, his falling off to Anabaptism, and of his returning to the truth : with the causes and occasions of both : wherein he is not onely cleared from the Anabaptists unjust excomunicating of him for leaving them, but their unchristian waies and wildes to deceive are also laid upen / by him published to caution young ignorant Christians against the error of that way.
Balmford, James, b. 1556. / [1607] Three positions concerning the 1 Authoritie of the Lords day. 2 State of the Church of Rome. 3 Execution of priests. All written vpon speciall occasions by Iames Balmford minister
Balmford, James, b. 1556. / [1607] A short catechisme, summarily comprizing the principall points of Christian faith, somewhat corrected and augmented by Iames Balmford Minister
Balmford, James, b. 1556. / [1593] A short and plaine dialogue concerning the vnlawfulnes of playing at cards or tables, or any other game consisting in chance. Offered to the religious consideration of all such as make conscience of all their waies.
Balmford, James, b. 1556. / [1600] A position maintained by I.B. before the late Earle of Huntingdon: viz. Priests are executed not for religion, but for treason.
Balmford, James, b. 1556. / [1607] Carpenters chippes, or, Simple tokens of vnfeined good will to the Christian friends of Iames Balmford ...
Balmford, Samuel, d. 1659? / [1659] Habakkuks prayer applyed to the churches present occasions, on Hab. 3. 2. And Christs counsel to the church of Philadelphia, on Rev. 3. 11. / Preached before the provincial assembly of London. By that late reverend and faithful minister of Jesus Christ Mr. Samuel Balmford, pastor of Albons Woodstreet.
Balmford, William. / [1678] The seaman's spiritual companion, or, Navigation spirituallized being a new compass for seamen consisting of thirty-two points : directing every Christian how to stear the course of his life through all storms and tempests : fit to be read and seriously perused by all such as desire their eternal welfare / published for a general good, but more especially for those that are exposed to the danger of the seas by William Balmford, a well-wisher to seamen's eternal welfare and recommended to the Christian reader by J.F. ; to which is prefixt a preface by Benj. Keach, the author of War with the Devil.
Balsamo, Ignazio, 1543-1618. / [Anno 1622] An instruction how to pray and meditate well Distinguished into thirtie six chapters. Composed at the request of certaine louers of pietie, desirous to aduance themselues in perfection. By the Reuerend Father, Ignatius Balsamo Priest of the Societie of Iesus. And translated out of French into English, by Iohn Heigham.
Balzac, Jean-Louis Guez, seigneur de, 1597-1654. / [1648] The prince vvritten in French by Mounsier Du Balzac ; now translated into English.
Balzac, Jean-Louis Guez, seigneur de, 1597-1654. / [1658] Balzac's remaines, or, His last letters· Written to severall grand and eminent persons in France. Whereunto are annexed the familiar letters of Monsieur de Balzac to his friend Monsieur Chapelain. Never before in English.
Bamber, T. (Thomas) / [1691] A copy of verses humbly presented to all my honoured masters & mistresses in Holborn-End-Division in the Parish of St. Giles's in the Fields by Thomas Bamber, Bellman.
Bampfield, Francis, 1615 or 16-1683. / [1681] A name, an after-one, or, Onoma Kainon, a name, a new one in the later-day-glory, or, An historical declaration of the life of Shem Acher especially as to some more eminent passages of his day relating to his more thorow lawful call to the office and work of the ministry for about twenty years last past. ...
Bampfield, Francis, 1615 or 16-1683. / [1684] Miqra ̕qadōsh The Holy Scripture : bethab e̕meth, the Scripture of truth, ta iera grammata the Holy letters : a grammatical opening of some Hebrew words and phrases in the beginning of the Bible .. by the same author.
Bampfield, Francis, 1615 or 16-1683. / [1684] A continuation of a former Just appeal from lower courts on earth to the highest court in heaven in the case of F.B. about his not taking the oath of allegiance under his circumstances
Bampfield, Francis, 1615 or 16-1683. / [1681] Bêt̲ ḥokt̲̂, the house of wisdom Bêt̲ benê hamebî'îm, the house of the sons of the prophets : Bêt̲ hemmidraš, an house of exquisite enquiry, and of deep research, where the mind of Jehovah Ælochim in the Holy Scriptures of truth ... is diligently studies, faithfully compared ...
Bampfield, Thomas, 1623?-1693. / [1693] A reply to Doctor Wallis, his discourse concerning the Christian Sabbath by Tho. Bampfield.
Bampfield, Thomas, 1623?-1693. / [1692] An enquiry whether the Lord Jesus Christ made the world, and be Jehovah, and gave the moral law? and whether the fourth command be repealed or altered? by Tho. Bampfield.
Banaster, Thomas. / [1649] An alarm to the vvorld, of the appearing of Sions king. Or, a brief discoverie of the foot-steps of the Lord upon earth.
Banbury (Oxfordshire, England). / [1628] To our wel-beloued friends, to whom this present writing shall come. Wee the Maior, Iustices, Minister, Aldermen, and Burgesses of the Borough of Banbury in the county of Oxon. wish all welfare and happinesse. Our grieuous losse, we presume, hath sufficiently beene witnessed by too true report, which imboldneth vs to seeke to you, as feeling members, for reliefe ... From our distressed towne of Banbury, Iulij. 1628 ...
Banckes, Matthew. / [1677] The several ways of resolving faith in the Roman and Reformed Churches with the authors impartial thoughts upon each of them, and his own opinion at length shewn, wherein the rule of faith doth consist ...
Banes, William. / [1659] A few words minding the representative of the Common-Wealth of England how they may pay their armies, and ease the people of their taxes, which have a long time been a heavy burthen upon the poorer sort. / William Banes.
Bank of England. / [1699] A list of the names of all the proprietors in the Bank of England March 18. 1698. Note, those marked **** are capable, by their stock, of being chosen governour, deputy-governour, or directors: *** deputy-governour or directors: ** directors: * have a vote, and no person more than one vote. At the ensuing election to be made; of governour and deputy-governour, on Tuesday the 28th. and of directors on Friday the 31st day of this month. Together with an abstract of the by-law concerning elections, for the better direction of members in giving their votes.
Bank of Scotland. / [Anno Dom. 1696] A list of the names of the adventurers in the Bank of Scotland January 1. 1696.
Bankes, Lawrence. / [1619] The safegard of the soule Declaring sundry soueraigne salues tending to the comfort and saluation of the same: very necessarie to bee learned and obserued of all men, and at all times, but chiefely in the extremitie of sicknes, and grieuous pangs of death. Composed by Lawrence Bankes, preacher of the word of God: and parson of Staunton, in the county of Glocester.
Bankes, Thomas, 1555 or 6-1631. / [1586] A verie godly, learned, and fruitfull sermon against the bad spirits of malignitie, malice, and vnmercifulnesse. Publikely preached by Thomas Bankes, Maister of Artes, and preacher of the word. Seene and allowed
Banks, John, 1637-1710. / [1687] An exhortation to Friends, to keep in remembrance, and prize the former mercies, blessings, favours, and deliverances, received from the Lord with a warning also to beware of the enemies workings, by careless security, and fleshy ease, in this day of so large liberty, and freedom given, or suffered to come to pass, upon the account of meeting, worshiping, and serving of God / by ... John Bancks.
Banks, John, d. 1706. / [1682] Prologue to a new play called Ann Bullen acted at the Duke's house
Banks, Jonathan. / [1688] The life of the Right Reverend Father in God, Edw. Rainbow, D.D. late Lord Bishop of Carlisle to which is added, a sermon preached at his funeral by Thomas Tully, his lordship's chaplain, and chancellor of the said diocess of Carlisle; at Dalston, April the 1st. 1684.
Banks, Jonathan. / [anno Dom. 1679] Januæ clavis: or, Lilly's syntax explained its elegancy from good authors cleared, its fundamentals compared with the Accidence, and the rules thereof more fitted to the capacity of children. By Jonathan Banks.
Banks, Noah. / [1650] Gods prerogative povver made known divers wayes in the Old and New Testament. Also the prerogative power of the Lord Christ. And what he will do in the dayes of his kingly office, in destroying his enemies, and exalting his saints. Very usefull for these times. / By him that loveth both truth and peace, Noah Banks.
Banks, R. R. (Richard R.) / [1700] A sermon preach'd at St. Trinity's in Kingston, upon Hull To a society there for the reformation of manners, September 20. 1699. By Robert Banks, A.M. Vicar of St. Trinity's in Hull, and prebendary of York.
Banks, R. R. (Richard R.) / [1688] Religion and reason adjusted and accorded, or, A discourse wherein divine revelation is made appear to be a congruous and connatural way of affording proper means for making man eternally happy through the perfecting of his rational nature with an appendix of objections from divers as well as philosophers as divines and their respective answers.
Baptista, Mantuanus, 1448-1516. / [1680?] Mantvan English'd, and paraphras'd: or, The character of a bad woman.
Baptista, Mantuanus, 1448-1516. / [1656. i.e. 1655] The bucolicks of Baptist Mantuan: in ten eclogues. / Translated out of Latine into English, by Tho: Harvey Gent.
Barbados. / [MDCXCIX 1699] The laws of Barbados collected in one volume by William Rawlin, of the Middle-Temple, London, Esquire, and now clerk of the Assembly of the said island.
Barbados. / [Printed in the yeer, 1652] Articles of agreement had, made, and concluded, between the commissioners of the Right Honorable the Lord Willoughby of Parham,: of the one partie; and the commissioners of the Parliament of England, of the other partie: being in order to the rendition of the island of Barbadoes:
Barbaro, Francesco, ca. 1398-1454. / [1677] Directions for love and marriage in two books / written originally by Franciscus Barbarus, a Venetian senator ; and now translated into English by a person of quality.
Barber, Edward, d. 1674? / [Printed in the yeere 1641. i.e. 1642] A small treatise of baptisme, or, dipping. VVherein is cleerely shewed that the Lord Christ ordained dipping for those only that professe repentance and faith. 1. Proved by scriptures. 2. By arguments. 3. A paralell [sic] betwixt circumcision and dipping. 4. An answere to some objections by P.B. Psal.119.l30. By Edvvard Barber.
Barber, Edward, d. 1674? / [1648] A declaration and vindication of the carriage of Edward Barber, at the parish meeting house of Benetfinck London Fryday the 14. of July 1648. after the morning exercise of Mr Callamy was ended, wherein the pride of the ministers, and Babylonish or confused carriage of the hearers is laid down. As also the false aspersions cast npon [sic] him, he doing nothing but what was according to the primitive institution, and is & ought to be in the best reformed churches according to the protestation and covenant. By E.B. freeman of England, and citizen and marchant-Taylor of London.
Barber, Edward, d. 1674? / [1650?] Certain queries, propounded to the churches of Christ; and all that fear God, and love the appearing of King Jesus:
Barber, Edward, d. 1674? / [1649] An answer to the Essex Watchmens watchword, being 63 of them in number. Or a discovery of their ignorance, in denying liberty to tender consciences in religious worship, to be granted alike to all. Also, shewing how persecution for conscience came in. / By Edw. Barber freeman of Engl. citizen & marchant-taylor of London.
Barber, Edward, d. 1674? / [1648] An answer to the eight quæries propounded by the House of Commons, to the assembly called divines, sitting at Westminster, April. 22. 1646: never to this day by them answered, nor they called to an accompt by the Parliament, for their ignorance or negligence therein.
Barbon, John. / [1663] Leitourgia theiotera ergia, or, Liturgie a most divine service in answer to a late pamphlet stiled, Common-prayer-book no divine service : wherein that authors XXVII reasons against liturgies are wholly and clean taken away, his LXIX objections against our most venerable service-book are fully satisfied : as also his XII arguments against bishops are clearly answered ... so that this tract may well passe for a replie to the most of the great and little exceptions any where made to our liturgie and politie ... / by John Barbon ...
Barbon, Nicholas, d. 1698. / [1697] A proposal for raising the publick credit by setting up an office for transferring and discounting tallies.
Barbon, Praisegod, 1596?-1679. / [Printed in the yeare 1643] A reply to the frivolous and impertinent ansvver of R.B. to the discourse of P.B. In which discourse is shewed, that the baptisme in the defection of Antichrist, is the ordinance of God, notwithstanding the corruptions that attend the same, and that the baptisme of infants is lawfull, both which are vindicated from the exceptions of R.B. and further cleared by the same authour. There is also a reply, in way of answer to some exceptions of E.B. against the same.
Barbon, Praisegod, 1596?-1679. / [1675] Good things to come, or, A setting forth some of the great things that will contemporize and take place when our Lord Christ shall come again mentioned in the Holy Scriptures ... / by P.G.B.
Barbon, Praisegod, 1596?-1679. / [1642] A discourse tending to prove the baptisme in, or under the defection of Antichrist to be the ordinance of Jesus Christ. As also that the baptisme of infants or children is warrantable, and agreeable to the word of God. Where the perpetuity of the estate of Christs Church in the world, and the everlastingnesse of the covenant of Almighty God to Abraham are set forth as maine grounds, and sundry other particular things are controverted and discussed. By P.B.
Barbon, Praisegod, 1596?-1679. / [1645] A defence of the lavvfulnesse of baptizing infants. As also of the present baptisme, as it hath continued in the severall ages of the world, from John Baptist the first beginner thereof. In way of answer to something written by Iohn Spilsberie against the same.
Barcia y Zambrana, José de. / [1685] A discourse of the excellency of the soul, and the care every Christian ought to have of it in a sermon preach'd in Spanish / by Dr. Joseph de Barzia & Zambrana ...
Barclay, Alexander, 1475?-1552. / [1523?] [The first eclogue] [translated from Pius II.]
Barclay, Robert, 1648-1690. / [1679] An epistle of love and friendly advice to the ambassadors of the several princes of Europe met at Nimeguen to consult the peace of Christendom so far as they are concerned wherein the true cause of the present war is discovered and the right remedy and means for a firm and settled peace is proposed / by R. Barclay.
Barclay, William, 1570?-1630? / [Anno Domini 1618] The nature & effects of the new-found well at Kinghorne: declared by William Barclay, Master of Artes and Doctour of Physicke, and written in a letter to my lord the Earle of Dumfermeling, and Chancellar of Scotland.
Bardwood, James. / [1691] Hearts-ease in heart-trouble, or, A sovereign remedy against all trouble of heart that Christ's disciples are subject to ... prescribed by the great physician, the Lord Jesus Christ ... / by J.B., a servant of Jesus Christ.
Barecroft, Charles. / [1688] A letter to a lady furnishing her with Scripture testimonies against the principal points and doctrines of popery
Baret, Michael. / [1618] An hipponomie or the vineyard of horsemanship deuided into three bookes. 1. The theorick part, intreating of the inward knowledge of the man.2. The first practicke part, shewing how to worke according to that knowledge. 3. The second practicke part, declaring how to apply both hunting and running horses to the true grounds of this art. In which is plainly laid open the art of breeding, riding, training and dieting of the said horses. Wherein also many errors in this art, heretofore published, are manifestly detected. By Michaell Baret ...
Barford, John. / [1649] Paraphrastical meditations upon Isaiah 55 & Psalm 51 likewise short meditations, first of God and the birth of Jesus, against som [sic] sects and errors and against sundrie sins : also meditations upon the sixtieth Psalm and the fourth verse / by John Barford.
Bargrave, Isaac, 1586-1643. / [1624] A sermon preached before the honorable assembly of knights, citizens, and burgesses of the lower house of Parliament, February the last, 1623 by Isaac Bargrave ...
Bargrave, Isaac, 1586-1643. / [1627] A sermon preached before King Charles, March 27. 1627. Being the anniuersary of his Maiesties inauguration: by Isacc [sic] Bargraue, Doctor in Diuinity, then chaplaine to his Maiestie in attendance: and Deane of Canterbury: by His Maiesties speciall command
Bargrave, Isaac, 1586-1643. / [1624] A sermon against selfe policy preached at White-Hall in Lent. By Isaac Bargrave ...
Bargrave, John, Esquire. / [1624] To the honourable, the Commons House of Parliament. The information of Iohn Bargraue esquire, shewing the seuerall abuses of the gouernment of the plantation in Virginia. against Sir Thomas Smith knight. Alderman Iohnson & alias.
Barker, Edmund, b. 1620 or 21. / [1660] Votum pro Caesare, or, A plea for Caesar discovering briefly the great sinfulness of opposing the authority of the higher powers : delivered in a sermon Octob. 7, 1660 / by Edm. Barker ...
Barker, Edmund, b. 1620 or 21. / [1661 i.e. 1660] A sermon preached at the funerall of the Right Honourable and most excellent lady, the Lady Elizabeth Capell dowager. Together with some brief memorialls of her most holy life and death. By Edm. Barker, late chaplain to her Honour, and now rector of Buriton in Hampshire.
Barker, George, B.D. / [1697] Sermons upon several texts of Scripture by George Barker ...
Barker, James, fl. 1639. / [1630 i.e. 1639] The Christian sacrifice by Iames Barker ...
Barker, James, Minister of Redbourn. / [1661] The royal robe: or, A treatise of meeknesse. Upon Col. 3. 12. wholly tending to peaceablenesse. / By James Barker, minister of Redbourn in Hartfordshire.
Barker, John, writer on fortification. / [1692] The measurer's guide: or, the whole art of measuring made short, plain and easie Shewing, 1. How to measure any plain superficies. 2. How to measure all sorts of regular solids. 3. The art of gaugeing. 4. How to measure artificers work, viz. carpenters, joyners, plasterers, painters, paviers, glaziers, bricklayers, tylors, &c. of singuler use to all gentlmen, artificers and others. By John Barker.
Barker, Lawrence, d. 1603. / [1599] Christs checke to S. Peter for his curious question out of those words in Saint Iohn: Quid ad te? Begun in Paules Church on S. Iohns day the Euangelist. 1597. out of part of the Gospel appointed for that day, and prosecuted the same day this yeare 1598. in the same place, and else where at other times the sixe seueral sermons.
Barker, Matthew, 1619-1698. / [1689] Reformed religion, or, Right Christianity described in its excellency, and usefulness in the whole life of man by a Protestant-Christian.
Barker, Matthew, 1619-1698. / [1651] Jesus Christ the great wonder discovered for the amazement of saints in a sermon preached before the right honorable the Lord Major of London and the honorable Court of Aldermen at Pauls / by Matthew Barker.
Barker, Matthew, 1619-1698. / [1691] Flores intellectuales, or, Select notions, sentences, and observations collected out of several authors, and made publick, especially for the use of young scholars, entring into the ministry / by Matthew Barker ...
Barker, Matthew, 1619-1698. / [1657] The faithful and wise servant discovered in a sermon preached to the Parliament of the commonwealth of England, Scotland, and Ireland, at their late private fast in the Parliament House, Jan. 9, 1656 / by Matthew Barker ...
Barker, Matthew, 1619-1698. / [1648] A Christian standing & moving upon the true foundation. Or, A word in season. Perswading to sticke close to God, act eminently for God. In his present design a- against [sic] all discouragements, oppositions, temptations. Expressed in a sermon preached before the Honourable House of Commons upon the day of their monthly fast, Octob. 25, 1648. By Matthew Barker, M.A. late preacher of the Gospel at James Garlick-hith, London, and now at Morclacke in Surrey.
Barker, Peter, preacher of Gods word. / [1597.] The prophecie of Agabus, concerning a generall famine to come vpon the worlde: togither with a beneuolence for the most distressed: / set out by Peter Barker minister at Stoure-Paine..
Barker, Peter, preacher of Gods word. / [1624] A iudicious and painefull exposition vpon the ten Commandements wherein the text is opened, questions and doubts are resolued, errours confuted, and sundry instructions effectually applied. First deliuered in seuerall sermons, and now published to the glory of God, and for the further benefit of his church. By Peter Barker, preacher of Gods word, at Stowre Paine, in Dorsetshire.
Barker, Ralph, 1648-1708. / [1691] A sermon preached at St. Mary Le Bow, on Whitsunday, May xxxi, 1691 at the consecration of the Most Reverend Father in God, John, Lord Archbishop of Canterbury, and primate of all England / by Ra. Barker ...
Barker, Thomas, fl. 1651. / [1654] The country-mans recreation, or The art of [brace] planting, graffing, and gardening, [brace] in three books. The first declaring divers waies of planting, and graffing, and the best times of the year, with divers commodities and secrets herein, how to set or plant with the root, and without the root; to sow or set pepins or curnels, with the ordering thereof, also to cleanse your grafts and cions, to help barren and sick trees, to kill worms and vermin, and to preserve and keep fruit; how to plant and proin your vines, and to gather and presse your grape; to cleanse and mosse your trees, to make your cider and perry, with many other secret practises which shall appear in the table following. The second treateth of the hop-garden, with necessary instructions for the making and maintenance thereof, ... with some directions for tabaco. Whereunto is added, The expert gardener, containing divers necessary and rare secrets belonging to that art, ... hereunto is likewise added the Art of angling.
Barksdale, Clement, 1609-1687. / [1679] A woollen shroud, or, Learn to dye to be given at burials / by C.B.A. Æ. LXX. & XXIII.
Barksdale, Clement, 1609-1687. / [1675] The Winchcomb-papers revived wherein are contained some particulars concerning the govenment of the church, the liturgy and forms of prayer, the ordination and power of ministers, the administration of the Sacrament &c. : for the use of dissenting brethren.
Barksdale, Clement, 1609-1687. / [1657] The Winchcomb-papers reviewed wherein are contained some choice notes concerning the government of the church, the liturgy and forms of prayer, the ordination and power of ministers, the administration of the Sacrament, & some other questions of our time : for the use of Glocestershire.
Barksdale, Clement, 1609-1687. / [1675] Three ministers communicating their collections and notions. The first year touching several texts of Scripture ... wherein the Law and Gospel ... in short, the substance of Christianity is set forth ...
Barksdale, Clement, 1609-1687. / [1680] A sermon preached vpon the fifth of November, 1679 in the Cathedrall Church of Gloucester / by Cl. Barksdale.
Barksdale, Clement, 1609-1687. / [MDCLV 1655] The sacrifice a short sermon upon Psal. 51, 17, at St. Maries in Oxford, Sept. 3, 1637 / by Clement Barksdale ...
Barksdale, Clement, 1609-1687. / [1660] Parerga
Barksdale, Clement, 1609-1687. / [1651] Nympha libethris, or, The Cotswold muse presenting some extempore verses to the imitation of yong [sic] scholars : in four parts.
Barksdale, Clement, 1609-1687. / [1661] Memorials of worthy persons two decads / by Cl. Barksdale.
Barksdale, Clement, 1609-1687. / [1652] Noctes hibernæ, winter-nights exercises the first night : VII decads of sacred sentences / put into English verse.
Barksdale, Clement, 1609-1687. / [1662] Memorials of worthy persons the third decad / by Cl. Barksdale.
Barksdale, Clement, 1609-1687. / [1663] Memorials of worthy persons (lights and ornaments of the Church of England.), the fourth decad. / by Cl. Barksdale.
Barksdale, Clement, 1609-1687. / [1681] Memorials of Alderman Whitmore, Bishop Wilkins, Bishop Reynolds, Alderman Adams ...
Barksdale, Clement, 1609-1687. / [1675] Memorials examples of memorable men, to awaken this age to greater care of good learning and true religion.
Barksdale, Clement, 1609-1687. / [1675] A letter touching a colledge of maids, or, A virgin-society written Aug. 12, 1675.
Barksdale, Clement, 1609-1687. / [1660] The Kings return. A sermon preached at Winchcomb in Gloucestershire upon the Kings-day, Thursday, May 24. 1660. By Clement Barksdale.
Barksdale, Clement, 1609-1687. / [1654] The disputation at Winchcomb November 9, 1653 together with the letters and testimonies pertinent thereto : wherein is offered some satisfaction in serveral points of religion.
Barksdale, Clement, 1609-1687. / [1677] Behold the husbandman S. James 5.7.
Barksdale, Clement, 1609-1687. / [1664] Apanthismata. memorials of worthy persons lights and ornaments of the Church of England, two new decads.
Barkstead, John, d. 1662. / [1662] The speeches and prayers of John Barkstead, John Okey, and Miles Corbet together with severa[l] passages at the time of their execution at Tyiburn [sic], the nineteenth of April, 1662, with some due and sober animadversions of the said speeches.
Barlee, William. / [1656. i.e. 1657] Prædestination, as before privately, so now at last openly defended against post-destination. In a correptorie correction, given in by way of answer to, a (so called) correct copy of some notes concerning Gods decrees, especially of reprobation; published the last summer, by Mr. T.P. in which correct copy of his, he left so much of pelagianisme, massilianisme, arminianisme uncorrected, as Scripture, antiquity, the Church of England, schoolmen, and all orthodox neotericks will exclaime against to his shame, as is manifestly evinced, / by William Barlee, rector of Brock-hole in Northamptonshire. To which are prefixed the epistles of Dr. Edward Reynolds, and Mr. Daniel Cawdrey.
Barlee, William. / [1658] A necessary vindication of the doctrine of predestination, formerly asserted together with a full abstersion of all calumnies, cast upon the late correptory correction ... / by William Barlee ...
Barlow, John, b. 1580 or 81. / [1619] The true guide to glory A sermon preached at Plympton-Mary in Deuon, at the funerals of the right vvorshipfull, and ...
Barlow, John, b. 1580 or 81. / [1627] A seasonable discourse of spirituall stedfastnesse wherein, 1. it, and a relapse, with the heads, members. and degrees of both, are exactly defined. 2. The subiects, causes, and symptomes of the fearfull sinne of apostasie cleerely expressed. As also directions, incentiues, to recouer, re-inkindle the old-cold-declining zelot. Together with arguments, motiues, that the young, or strong standing convert may be in grace firmely established. By I.B. preacher of the word.
Barlow, John, b. 1580 or 81. / [1618] The good mans refuge in affliction. Or A most profitable and comfortable sermon, preached by Iohn Barlovv. And now published especially for the good of them that bee, or haue been afflicted inwardly in minde, or outwardly in body
Barlow, John, b. 1580 or 81. / [1618] The good mans priuiledge A sermon lately preached at Plimmouth in Deuon, by I.B. And now published at the request of some that then were auditors.
Barlow, John, b. 1580 or 81. / [1625] An exposition of the second epistle of the apostle Paul to Timothy, the first chapter Wherein 1 The text is logically into it's parts resolved ... 4 The seuerall doctrines thence arising deduced. ... All which is accompanied with familiar and delightfull similitudes ... Lastly as the matter requireth: there is vsed, definitions, distributions, subdiuisions, trialls, motiues, and directions, all which be of great vse in their proper order. By Iohn Barlovv ...
Barlow, Thomas, 1607-1691. / [1652] The triall of a black-pudding. Or, The unlawfulness of eating blood proved by Scriptures, before the law, under the law, and after the law. By a well wisher to ancient truth.
Barlow, Thomas, 1607-1691. / [April 10. 1686] My reverend brother, whereas His sacred Majesty, in his brief graciously granted for the relief of the French Protestants, hath commended the pursuit of that brief to the paternal care of the bisops of every diocese; ...
Barlow, Thomas, 1607-1691. / [1693] The genuine remains of that learned prelate Dr. Thomas Barlow, late Lord Bishop of Lincoln containing divers discourses theological, philosophical, historical, &c., in letters to several persons of honour and quality : to which is added the resolution of many abstruse points published from Dr. Barlow's original papers.
Barlow, Thomas, 1607-1691. / [1670] Bishop Barlow's state of the case, whether any books may be lent out of Sir Thomas Bodley's library?: Occasioned by Mr. Selden's soliciting the University for certain MSS. out of it.
Barnard, John, d. 1683. / [1660] Censura cleri, or A plea against scandalous ministers, not fit to be restored to the churches livings in point of prudence, piety, and fame. By a true lover of the Church of England in doctrine, ceremony and discipline.
Barnaud, Nicholas, b. 1538 or 9. / [1574] Le reveille-matin des Francois, et de leurs voisins. Composé par Eusebe Philadelphe cosmopolite, en forme de dialogues.
Barne, Thomas. / [1591] A sermon preached at Pauls Crosse the thirteenth of Iune, the second Sunday in trinitie tearme 1591 by Thomas Barne ...
Barnes, John, d. 1661. / [1661] Select discourses concerning 1. councils, the Pope, schism 2. the priviledges of the isle of Great Britain 3. the Popes primacy, and the supream power of kings, both in temporals and also spirituals ... / by F. Barnes, of the Order of St. Benedict.
Barnes, Joshua, 1654-1712. / [1685] A pindarick congratulatory poem to the Right Honourable George, Lord Jeffreys, Baron of Wem and Lord High Chancellor of England, to the High and Mighty Monarch King James the II &c. by Joshua Barnes ...
Barnes, Joshua, 1654-1712. / [1688] The history of that most victorius monarch, Edward IIId, King of England and France, and Lord of Ireland, and first founder of the most noble Order of the Garter being a full and exact account of the life and death of the said king : together with that of his most renowned son, Edward, Prince of Wales and of Aquitain, sirnamed the Black-Prince : faithfully and carefully collected from the best and most antient authors, domestick and foreign, printed books, manuscripts and records / by Joshua Barnes ...
Barnes, Joshua, 1654-1712. / [1675] Gerania a new discovery of a little sort of people, anciently discoursed of, called pygmies : with a lively description of their stature, habit, manners, buildings, knowledge, and government being very delightful and profitable / by Joshua Barnes.
Barnes, Joshua, 1654-1712. / [1689] An elegy on the death of the Reverend Doctor John Goad late master of Merchant-taylors-school, London, who departed this life the 28th. of October, 1689 / by Joshua Barnes, B.D.
Barnes, Joshua, 1654-1712. / [anno domini 1685] The apotheosis of the most serene and illustrious monarch, Charles the II with an humble address to His Most Sacred Majesty, King James II : and a poem to the Queen dowager / by Joshua Barnes.
Barnes, Mr. / [1700] At Mr. Barnes' booth between the Crown-Tavern and the Hospital-Gate, in the Rounds over-against the Cross Daggers in West-Smith-Field where you will see the English flag hang out on the top of the booth, during the time of Bartholomew-Fair, is to be seen the famous rope-dancers in Europe, being four companies joyn'd in one, viz. the English, High-German, French and Morocco.
Barnes, Robert, 1495-1540. / [1531?] A supplicatyon made by Robert Barnes doctoure in diuinitie, vnto the most excellent and redoubted prince kinge henrye the eyght. The articles for which this forsayde doctoure Barnes was condemned of our spiritualtye, are confirmed by the Scripture, doctoures and their awne [sic] lawe. After that he disputeth certayne comon places which also he confermeth with the Scripture, holye doctoures and their awne [sic] lawe.
Barnes, Robert, 1576 or 7-1639. / [1626] A sermon preached at Henly at the visitation on the 27. of Aprill, 1626 Vpon those words of the 9. Psalme, vers. 16.
Barnes, Thomas. / [1699] Preparatory-grace in conversion briefly stated and examined / by Thomas Barnes.
Barnes, Thomas, Minister of St. Margaret's, New Fish Street, London. / [1624] The vvise-mans forecast against the evill time By Thomas Barnes. Preacher of the VVord at St Margretts, in New-Fish-streete. London.
Barnes, Thomas, Minister of St. Margaret's, New Fish Street, London. / [1626] Vox belli, or, An alarum to vvarre
Barnes, Thomas, Minister of St. Margaret's, New Fish Street, London. / [1624.] Sions svveets, or, The spouses spikenard; and mysticall myrrhe / by Thomas Barnes, preacher of Gods vvord at St Margretts in New-fifth-street. London..
Barnes, Thomas, Minister of St. Margaret's, New Fish Street, London. / [1622] The gales of grace; or, the spirituall vvinde wherein the mysterie of sanctification is opened and handled. By Thomas Barnes ...
Barnes, Thomas, Minister of St. Margaret's, New Fish Street, London. / [1623] The court of conscience: or, Iosephs brethrens iudgement barre. By Thomas Barnes
Barnett, Andrew, 17th cent. / [1695] A just lamentation for the irrecoverable loss of the nation by the doleful death of the late Queen Mary of blessed memory delivered in a sermon preached at Daventry March 5, 1694/5 [i.e. 1695] / by Andrew Barnett.
Barnett, Andrew, 17th cent. / [1694] The helmet of hope, distinguished from the hope of hypocrites. And published to prevent the danger of false hope, and to promote the duty of living in true hope of glory. With an appendix of the grounds of hope, collected in a catalog of promises and experiences. / By A.B. ...
Barnett, Nehemiah, b. 1614 or 15. / [1646] The regenerate mans growth in grace. Shewing, that regeneration of necessitie requireth augmentation in grace. With the motives to move us to grow, signes to know whether we have grown; the lets that hinder our growth; and helps to further our growth. / Preached at a sermon at Lancaster, upon a day of humiliation, by N.B. minister thereof.
Barnett, Nehemiah, b. 1614 or 15. / [1646] Gods lift-up hand for Lancashire, presented in a sermon preached before the honorable committee of the county at Lancashire. Upon the 18th of December 1645. Being a solemne day of thankesgiving to God for clearing of the country, in subduing the enemies thereof. / By Nehemiah Barnet, minister at Lancaster.
Baron, George, fl. 1652. / [1652] No-body his complaint a dialogue between Master No Body, and Doctour Some-Body. A delightfull discourse. By George Baron. No-Body. Why do'st thou father all they lies on me? heaping indignities on one that never injur'd thee? Som-Body. My words and acts hurt no-body. No-Body. Som-Body hath belied me much, no-body sure hath cause to grutch.
Baronio, Cesare, 1538-1607. / [M.DC.XXXIX. 1639] The life or the ecclesiasticall historie of S. Thomas Archbishope of Canterbury
Barrell, Robert. / [1624] The spirituall architecture. Or, the balance of Gods sanctuary to discerne the weigh and solidity of a true and sincere, from the leuitie, and vanitie of a false and counterfeit profession of Christianity. Wherein also the sandy foundations of the papisticall faith are briefely discouered. A sermon preached at Pauls Crosse the 16. of Nouember, 1623. by Robert Barrell, Master of Arts, and minister of Gods word at Maidstone in Kent
Barrester of the Middle Temple. / [1681] A vindication of addresses in general, and of the Middle-Temple address and proceedings in particular in answer to the impartial account of addresses : wherein the popular pretences of some men are exposed / by a barrester of the Middle-Temple.
Barret, John, 1631-1713. / [1699] A sermon preach'd to the Society for Reformation of Manners in Nottingham Novemb. 24. 1698. By John Barret Minister of the Gospel. Published at the desire of the said Society.
Barret, John, 1631-1713. / [1680] The rector of Sutton committed with the dean of St. Paul's, or, A defence of Dr. Stillingfleet's Irenicum, his discourses of excommunication, idolatry, and other writings, against his late sermon entituled, The mischief of separation by the author of the Christian temper, in a letter to a friend.
Barret, John, 1631-1713. / [1675] Good will towards men, or A treatise of the covenants viz. Of works, and of grace---old & nevv. Wherein sundry propositions are laid down concerning them, and diverse questions occasionally discussed. By a lover of truth and peace.
Barret, John, 1631-1713. / [MDCLXXVIII. 1678] God's love to man, and man's duty towards God: manifested in several discourses on the covenants of works and grace Wherein divers propositions are laid down, and sundry cases resolved. By John Barret, Minister of the Gospel.
Barret, John, 1631-1713. / [1675] Fifty queries, seriously propounded to those that question, or deny infants right to baptism By J.B. an hearty well-wisher to their souls, and to the Churches peace.
Barret, John, 1631-1713. / [1678] The Christian temper, or, A discourse concerning the nature and properties of the graces of sanctification written for help in self-examination and holy living / by John Barret ...
Barret, Joseph, 1665-1699. / [1700] The remains of Mr. Joseph Barrett, son of the Reverend Mr. John Barrett, minister of the Gospel at Nottingham being the second part / taken out of an exact diary written by his own hand.
Barrett, Henry, 16th cent. / [Anno. 1549] The armyng of a Christen warrier readie to fyghte with the enemies of our captain and sauioure Iesus Christe to the whiche soldiers, Henry Barret the writer of this rude boke, wisheth health [and] muche increase of faith.
Barrett, William, 17th cent. / [1679] The nonconformists vindicated from the abuses put upon them by Mr. [brace] Durel and Scrivener being some short animadversions on their books soon after they came forth : in two letters to a friend (who could not hitherto get them published) : containing some remarques upon the celebrated conference at Hampton-Court / by a country scholar.
Barrin, Jean, ca. 1640-1718. / [1683] Venus in the cloister, Or The nun in her smock. In curious dialogues, addressed to the Lady Abbess of Loves Paradice, / by the Abbot Du Prat. ; Done out of French.
Barrow, Henry, 1550?-1593. / [1642] The pollution of vniversite-learning or sciences (falsly so called) whereby most of the youth are so infected, and both they and their parents so deceived, that when they come to age, they prove either unprofitable or hurtfull members to the common-wealth ... / by that faithfull martyr of Iesus Christ, Mr. Henry Barrow ...
Barrow, Humphrey. / [1656] The relief of the poore, and advancement of learning proposed by Humphry Barrow ...
Barrow, Humphrey. / [1656] The relief of the poor, and advancement of learning proposed. by Humphrey Barrow, (during the war) a member of the army.
Barrow, Isaac, 1630-1677. / [1697] A defence of the B. Trinity by Isaac Barrow ...
Barrow, J. / [1670?] Membrorum principalium apostasia, or, A short view of those many diseases and infirmities which proceed from a defection, or falling away, of the principal members or parts of the body from the performance of their several offices and functions together with their cures by the matchless tinctura cælestis, a medicine ... prepared and fitted to give relief in such extreams ... / by J. Barrow, M.D.
Barry, James. / [1700] The only refuge of a troubled soul in time of trouble & affliction, or, The sweet and soul-ravishing mystery of the apple-tree; explained and laid open, in two discourses fron Cant. 2. 3, for the comfort and encouragement of the true believer, in the midst of the worst and sorest afflictions which can (possibly) befal him in this world, and the awakening the most secure sinner, who is yet a stranger to the said mystery. ; Publish'd at the earnest and importunate request of several godly persons, who heard the same preached By J. Barry, an unworthy Minist. of the Gospel.
Barry, James, fl. 1650-1702. / [1700] The doctrine of particular unconditionate election (before time) asserted and prov'd by God's word against the Quakers, papists, and Arminians : in answer to a challenge given the author (by the Quakers) to make good (by the Scriptures of truth) the abovesaid doctrine ... / by Ja. Barry.
Barry, James, fl. 1650-1702. / [1699] A brief and plain discovery of the falseness and unscripturalness of anabaptism as the same is now practised by those of that perswasion, w[here]in are plainly proved from God's word the five particulars here handled, that God's covenant with Abraham, Gen. 17.7. is the Covenant of grace whereby all God's elect are saved ... / by Ja. Barry, an unworthy minister of the Gospel.
Barry, Paul de, 1587-1661. / [in the year, M.DCC. 1700] Pious remarkes upon the life of S. Joseph spouse of the B. Virgin Mary mother of our Lord Jesus Christ. Written originally in French by Rd. father Paul Barrie
Bartholomew, William, vicar of Campden. / [1660] The strong man ejected by a stronger then he. In a sermon preached at Gloucester, the 15th of May, 1660. Being the day his Royal Majesty, King Charles the second, was proclaimed. Shewing, how the strong man Satan is cast out of the palace of the heart, and the Lord Christ possessed thereof. With some application to the present ejectment of the late usurper, Satans confederate, out of the royal palace, and the Lords Christ, King Charles the-second possessed thereof. By Wil. Bartholmevv, M.A. and Vicar of Campden in Gloucester-shire.
Bartlet, John, fl. 1662. / [1670] The practical Christian: or, A summary view of the chief heads of practical divinity in order to the begetting, preserving, and increasing the life and power of godliness in the hearts and lives of professors; laid down in a plain and succinct manner, by way of meditation. Drawn up, and principally intended for the use and benefit of the citizens of Exeter; and especially those that were his peculiar flock. By J.B. once their pastor.
Bartlet, Richard. / [1654] The nevv birth: in which is brought forth the new creature. VVith a description of the true marks and characters thereof; which being manifested and declared, is the true and proper ground of visible communion, in which the sons or children of God are to receive and own one another as brethren, although they differ (for want of light) in some particular ordinances. Whereunto is annexed a briefe description of Antichrist, not only without men, but within them also. / By R.B. an unworthy servant of Iesus Christ, who desireth and prayeth for the unity of all saints.
Bartlet, William, 1609 or 10-1682. / [1647] Ichnographia. Or A model of the primitive congregational way: wherein satisfaction is offered, by unfolding (according to the Scriptures) what the right order of the Gospel, and way of the saints in the visible worshipping of God is, in the dayes of the New Testament. And how the saints in these dayes may walk up to it, notwithstanding their present hindrances. Together with the maine points in controversie, touching the right visible church-state Christ hath instituted under the Gospel, with the extent of church-officers, and power of particular visible churches, and continuance of divine ordinances and institutions under the defection and apostasie of Antichrist. By W. Bartlet, Minister of the Gospel, at Wapping.
Bartlet, William, 1609 or 10-1682. / [1649] [Baʻal-samz] or, Soveraigne balsome,: gently applied in a few weighty considerations (by way of quærie) for healing the distempers of such professors of religion as Satan hath wounded and drawn aside (under the notion of living in God) to the utter renouncing and casting off the use of divine ordinances, and Gospel-institutions of worship. With an apendix by way of postscript to such professors, wherein the most principall grounds upon which they build their practise, are fully answered and removed. And a catalogue of the errors that many of them hold since they left the ordinances, discovered. As also a true relation of Gods extraordinary working upon one of this way very lately in Plimouth, to the sight of his error, for the good of others published. / By Will. Bartlet, an unworthy minister of the Gospel, and lecturer at Bytheford in Devonshire.
Bartlett, C. / [1660?] Bartlett, at the Golden Ball, by the tavern in Prescot-street in Goodmans-fields, London. His inventions of steel trusses and instruments, medicines and methods to cure ruptures, faults of the testicles, and falling out of the fundament or womb, and make the weak strong and the crooked strait. ...
Barton, Samuel, 1647 or 8-1715. / [1689] A sermon preached before the right honourable the Lord Mayor and aldermen of the city of London in Guild-hall chappel upon Sunday the 20th of January, 1688/9 / by Samuel Barton, Chaplain of St. Saviours.
Barton, Samuel, 1647 or 8-1715. / [1700] A sermon preached at St. Mary-le-Bow, to the societies for reformation of manners, Octob. 2, 1699 by Samuel Barton ; published at the request of the said societies.
Barton, Samuel, 1647 or 8-1715. / [1690] A sermon preached at St. Mary le Bow before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor and Court of Aldermen, on Wednesday the 16th of July being the fast day by Samuel Barton.
Barton, Samuel, 1647 or 8-1715. / [1698] A sermon preach'd before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor, aldermen, and citizens of London at St. Lawrence Jewry, on the feast of St. Michael, 1698, at the election of the Lord Mayor for the year ensuing / by Samuel Barton ...
Barton, Samuel, 1647 or 8-1715. / [1696] A sermon preach'd before the Honourable House of Commons at St. Margaret's Westminster, upon the 16th of April, 1696 being a day of thanksgiving unto Almighty God for discovering and disappointing an horrid and barbarous conspiracy of papists and other traiterous persons to assassinate and murder His Most Gracious Majesty's royal person and for delivering this kingdom from an invasion intended by the French / by Samuel Barton ...
Barton, Thomas, 1599 or 1600-1682 or 3. / [1643] Logos agōnios; or, a sermon of the Christian race, preached before His Maiesty at Christ-Church in Oxford, May 9. 1643. By Tho: Barton Master of Arts, and yet Rector of Westminster in Sussex. Whereto is added an advertisement to his country-men, who being misled disaffect the royall cause.
Barton, Thomas, 1599 or 1600-1682 or 3. / [Printed in the year, 1649] King Davids church-prayer: set forth in a sermon, / preached at S. Margaret Pattens, alias Rood-Church London, on S. John Baptists day in the after-noone, being Sunday the 24. of June, 1649. By Tho: Barton, seven yeers sequestred for observing the fift commandement.
Barton, Thomas, 1599 or 1600-1682 or 3. / [1643] Apodeixis tou antiteichismatos. Or, a tryall of the counter-scarfe, made 1642. In answer to a scandalous pamphlet, intituled, A treatise against superstitious Iesu-worship: written by Mascall Giles, Vicar of Ditchling in Sussex. Wherein are discovered his sophismes: and the holy mother our church is cleered of all the slanders which hee hath laid on her. By the author of the Antiteichisma.
Barton, William / [1655] Man's monitor, or, The free-school of virtue; holding forth the duties required and sins forbidden in the two tables of the law. In easie English vers [sic]. Fit to bee implanted in the memories of all Christian children. / By W. Barton preacher of God's word at North-winfield in Darby-shire.
Barton, William, 1598?-1678. / [1651] Hallelujah. Or certain hymns, composed out of Scripture, to celebrate some special and publick occasions. By W.B. M.A. With two more lately composed by a wel-wisher to the Parliament of the Common-wealth of England. Upon occasion of those two glorious and most remarkable appearances of God for them, at Dunbar and Worcester: both upon that memorable day Septemb. 3. 1650. 1651.
Basely, N. / [M. DC. XL. XI. 1651, i.e. 1649] A sermon shewing the meanes how we may escape the damnation of Hell. To which end it was preached and is published by N.B.
Basier, Isaac, 1607-1676. / [1668] Sacriledge arraigned and condemned by Saint Paul, Rom. II, 22 prosecuted by Isaac Basire ; published first in the year 1646 by special command of His Late Majesty of glorious memory.
Basilica di San Pietro in Vaticano. / [1518?] [Re]stitucyon shulde be made.
Basilius Anonymus. / [Printed in the yeere 1647] The case of the King stated, from the very beginning of the warre to this present day, in relation I. To the two Houses. II. To the Army. III. To the Scots. IV. To the subjects of England in generall. In justification & commiseration of his Majesty in this his distressed condition; and for the satisfaction of the whole kingdom. / By Basilius Anonymus.
Basilius Valentinus. / [1658] Basilius Valentinus, monk, of the Order of St. Bennet: his last will and testament Which being alone, he hid under a table of marble, behinde the high-altar of the Cathedral Church, in the Imperial City of Erford: leaving it there to be found by him, whom Gods providence should make worthy of it. Wherein, he sufficiently, declares the wayes he wrought to obtain the philosophers stone: which he taught unto his fellow collegians, so that they all attained the said philosophers stone, whereby not onely the leprous bodies of the impure, and inferior metals are reduced unto the pure and perfect body of gold and silver, but also all manner of diseases whatsoever are cured in the bodies of unhealthfull men, and kept thereby in perfect health unto the prolonging of their lives. A work long expected.
Basilius Valentinus. / [1678] Basil Valentine his Triumphant chariot of antimony with annotations of Theodore Kirkringius, M.D. : with the true book of the learned Synesius, a Greek abbot, taken out of the Emperour's library, concerning the philosopher's stone.
Basill, William. / [1649] Two letters from William Basil Esq; Attorney General of Ireland; the one, to the Right Honorable, John Bradshaw, Lord President of the Councel of State: the other, to the Right Honorable William Lenthal Esq; Speaker of the Parliament of England, of a great victory obtained by the Parliaments forces in the north of Ireland, on the plains of Lisne-garvy, against the enemy there: wherein were 1400 slain, Colonel John Hamilton taken prisoner, and seventeen more of quality. With a relation of the taking of Dumcree; and of the surrender of Carrickfergus upon articles. Ordered by the Parliament, that these letters be forthwith printed and published. Hen: Scobell, Cleric. Parliamenti.
Basill, William. / [1650] A letter from William Basill Esq; Attorney-General of Ireland, to the Honorable, William Lenthall Esq; speaker of the Parliament of England, concerning a great victory obtained by the Parliaments forces against the rebels in Meleek Island, on the five and twentieth of October, 1650. Together with an order of Parliament for a publique thanksgiving within the City of London and liberties thereof, on the next Lords-Day, being the first of Decemb. 1650. Die Martis, 26 Novembr. 1650. Ordered by the Parliament, that this letter and order be forthwith printed and published. Hen: Scobell, Cleric. Parliamenti.
Basire, John. / [1669] An excellent letter from John Basire doctor of lavvs, to his son Isaac Basire:
Basset, Joshua, 1641?-1720. / [1687] Reason and authority, or, The motives of a late Protestants reconciliation to the Catholic Church together with remarks upon some late discourses against transubstantiation.
Basset, William, 1644-1695. / [1690] A vindication of the two letters concerning alterations in the liturgy in answer to Vox cleri / by a London presbyter.
Basset, William, 1644-1695. / [1679] A sermon at the Warwick-shire meeting, November 25, 1679, at S. Mary-le-Bow in Cheapside, London by William Basset ...
Basset, William, 1644-1695. / [1670] Corporal vvorship discuss'd and defended in a sermon preached at the visitation April 21, 1670, in Saviour's-Church Southwark, and published to prevent farther calumny / by W.B.
Bassett, Thomas, bookseller. / [1671] A catalogue of the common and statute law-books of this realm and some others relating thereunto alphabetically digested under proper heads, with an account of the best editions, volumes, and common prices they are now sold at / collected by Tho. Bassett.
Bastwick, John, 1593-1654. / [1647] The storming of the Anabaptists garrisons,: vvith a brief discovery of the weaknesse of the same, & of the inconsiderableness of the sconces and forts of all the other sectaries, in despight and contempt of all the which, any Christian souldier may safely march to Heaven, without the least danger; ... In a word, in the insuing discourse, the vanity of all novell opinions is discovered, the ignorance of all the which can no way hinder any mans happinesse: and the baptisme of little children borne of Christian parents, whether Iewes or Gentiles, is proved by the word of God to be lawfull, ... / By Iohn Bastwick, Doctor in Physick.
Bastwick, John, 1593-1654. / [1645] The second part of that book call'd Independency not Gods ordinance: or the post-script, discovering the uncharitable dealing of the Independents towards their Christian brethren, with the jugglings of many of their pastors and ministers, to the misleading of the poor people to the detriment of their own souls, and the hurt both of church and state, with the danger of novelties in religion; proving that Independency, is one of the most dangerous sects, that ever appeared in the world, since mortality inhabited the earth. In the which also there is a satisfactory answer given to the principall cavils of him that writ that railing pamphlet, stil'd The falshood of Mr Will. Prynnes Triumphing in the antiquity of popish princes and parliaments. With Doctor Bastvvicks just defence against some calumnies in way of preface. / By John Bastvvick, Dr in Physick.
Bastwick, John, 1593-1654. / [in the yeare of the English prelats malice, and crualty, against and upon Gods faithfull people, 1637] A more full answer of John Bastwick, Dr. of Phisick made to the former exceptions newly propounded by another wellwiller to him, against some expressions in his Letany, with his reasons for the printing of it. All set downe as more articles superadditionall vpon superadditionall, against the prelats. This is to follow the Letany as a fourth part of it.
Bastwick, John, 1593-1654. / [1645] Independency not Gods ordinance: or A treatise concerning church-government, occasioned by the distractions of these times. Wherein is evidently proved, that the Presbyterian government dependent is Gods ordinance, and not the Presbyterian government independent. To vvhich is annexed a postscript, discovering the uncharitable dealing of the independents towards their Christian brethren, and the fraud and jugglings of many of their pastors and ministers, to the misleading of the poor people, not only to their own detriment, but the hurt of church and state; with the danger of all novelties in religion. / By John Bastvvick, Dr in Physick.
Bastwick, John, 1593-1654. / [Printed in the yeare, MDCXLLIII. 1643] A declaration demonstrating and infallibly proving that all malignants, whether they be prelates, popish-cavaleers, with all other ill-affected persons, are enemies to God and the King: who desire the suppression of the Gospel, the advancement of superstition, the diminution of the Kings prerogative and authority, with the oppression of the subject. All which is evinced by strong proofes, and sufficient reasons. By John Bastwick Dr. of Physick.
Bastwick, John, 1593-1654. / [1641] The confession of the faithfull witnesse of Christ, Mr. John Bastwick doctor of physick wherein he doth declare his education and the grounds of his conversion and constancie, in the true professions of Faith : with the reasons wherefore hee became an adversary to our bishops whom he proveth to be the toes of antichrist and dangerous prelates to abide in our church : with a relation of their great pride in setting the kings picture over their dresser in the high commission court, with his hat off and his crown and scepter laid downe before their worships like a delinquent / by Iohn Bastwick...
Bastwick, John, 1593-1654. / [1645] The Church of England a true church: proved in a disputation held by John Bastwick Doctor in Physick, against Mr. Walter Montague in the Tower. Published by authority.
Bastwick, Susanna. / [1654] To the high court of Parliament of the Commonwealth of England, Scotland, and Ireland.: The remonstrance and humble petition of Susanna Bastwick (the distressed widow of John Bastwick doctor in physick) and her children.
Batchiler, John, ca. 1615-1674. / [Printed in the Year, 1667] Sick-bed thoughts, upon those words of the apostle in Phil. 1, 23 ... Part. I containing an answer to that great and solemn question, what that state and condition is, which a person must be found in, before he can have good and sufficient ground, not to be affraid, or unwilling to dye? / by J.B.
Batchiler, John, ca. 1615-1674. / [1663] Christian queries to Quaking-Christians:: Containing [t]hirteen queries modestly propounded to those who are commonly known by the name of Quakers. / [B]y J.B. a Lover of Truth.
Batchiler, John, ca. 1615-1674. / [1647] [Chrysammoi] Golden sands, or, A few short hints about the riches of grace. Part I begun to be opened from the words of the Apostle, in Eph. 2,7 ... : dedicated to the royal bud of our English hopes, Princesse Elizabeth / by John Bachiler ...
Batchiler, John. ca. 1615-1674. / [1661] The virgins pattern, in the exemplary life and lamented death of Mrs. Susanna Perwich, daughter of Mr. Robert Perwich, who departed this life ... July 3, 1661 published at the earn[est] request of divers that knew her well, for the use and benefit of others / by John Batchiler, a neer relation ...
Bate, George, 1608-1669. / [1694] Pharmacopœia Bateana, or, Bate's dispensatory translated from the second edition of the Latin copy, published by Mr. James Shipton : containing his choice and select recipe's, their names, compositions, preparations, vertues, uses, and doses, as they are applicable to the whole practice of physick and chyrurgery : the Arcana Goddardiana, and their recipe's intersperst in their proper places, which are almost all wanting in the Latin copy : compleated with above five hundred chymical processes, and their explications at large, various observations thereon, and a rationale upon each process : to which are added in this English edition, Goddard's drops, Russel's pouder [sic], and the Emplastrum febrifugum, those so much fam'd in the world : as also several other preparations from the Collectanea chymica, and other good authors / by William Salmon ...
Bate, George, 1608-1669. / [1661] The lives, actions, and execution of the prime actors, and principall contrivers of that horrid murder of our late pious and sacred soveraigne, King Charles the First ... with severall remarkable passages in the lives of others, their assistants, who died before they could be brought to justice / by George Bate, an observer of those transactions.
Bate, Randal. / [ca. 1625] Cartain obseruations of that reuerend, religious and faithfull servant of God, and glorious martyr of Iesus Christ, Mr. Randal Bate, which were part of his daily meditations in the time of his sufferings, whilst he was prisoner in the gatehouse at Westminster
Bateman, Robert, pharmacist. / [1680?] The true spirits of scurvey-grass both plain and golden, with their respective vertues. Faithfully prepared only by the first author Rob. Bateman.
Bateman, Robert, pharmacist. / [1680?] The true spirit of scurvey-grass with its vertues. Having taken notice of several distempers which have of late years been very epidemical as griping in the guts, consumptions, and aguish feavers, which may much be imputed to the unadvised drinking of scurvey-grass ale, beer, or juice,...
Bateman, Robert, pharmacist. / [1681?] Eminent cures lately perform'd in several diseases, by Batemans ; Spirits of scurvey-grass.
Bates, William, 1625-1699. / [1678] A funeral sermon preached upon the death of the Reverend and Excellent Divine Dr. Thomas Manton, who deceas'd Octob. 18, 1677 by William Bates ... ; to which is now added, the last publick sermon Dr. Manton preached.
Bateson, Thomas. / [1618] The second set of madrigales to 3. 4. 5. and 6. parts apt for viols and voyces. Newly composed by Thomas Bateson, Bacheler of Musicke, organist, and master of the children of the cathedrall church of the blessed Trinitie, Dublin, in the realme of Ireland.
Bateson, Thomas. / [1604] The first set of English madrigales to 3. 4. 5. and 6. voices. Newly composed by Thomas Bateson ...
Bath, Henry Bourchier, Earl of, 1587 or 8-1654. / [1642] A declaration made by the right Honourable the Earle of Bath, one of his Majesties commissioners of array, to the whole country of Devonshire, with their answer thereunto annexed; also the manner how the said Earle of Bath endeavoured to put the commission of array in execution, at South-moulton in Devonshire, and how his men were driven out of the town by the inhabitants thereof. Whereunto is added, a true relation of the great battle betweene Prince Robert and the Parliaments forces at Worcester; with their happy victory over his cavaliers.
Bathurst, Charles, d. 1700. / [1669] A serious exhortation to the people of England to mind their present visitation it being the day of the Lord's love unto them / by Charles Bathurst.
Bathurst, Elizabeth, d. 1691. / [1683] The sayings of women, which were spoken upon sundry occasions, in several places of the Scriptures. / Briefly collected and set together ...
Batson, Edmund. / [1700] A funeral sermon on the death of Mrs. Mary Paice, late wife of Mr. Joseph Paice, merchant of Clapham, who died April 8th, 1700 by Edmund Batson.
Batt, Antonie. / [M.DC.XXXIX. 1639] A poore mans mite. A letter of a religious man of the Order of Saint Benedict, vnto a sister of his, concerning the rosarie or psalter of our blessed Ladie, commonly called the Beades.
Batt, Jasper, d. 1702. / [Printed in the yeare 1661] A true and reall manifestation of endeared and unfeigned loue flowing through a brother from the endless life, unto the scattered (yet united) flock who are of the seed royall:
Batt, Michael, 1653-1706. / [1686] A sermon preached at Bury St. Edmonds before the Right Reverend Father in God, William, Lord Bishop of Norwich, at the third session of His Lordship's primary visitation holden there on Wednesday May 5th, 1668 by Michael Batt ...
Batt, Timothy, 1613-1692. / [1648] The vvaters of Marah sweetned. A thanks-giving sermon. Preached at Taunton, in the county of Somerset, May 11. 1647. for the gracious deliverance of that poore towne from the strait and bloody siege. / By T.B. Master of Arts, and a minister of the gospel in that county.
Batt, Timothy, 1613-1692. / [1643] A treatise concerning the free grace of God the Father and of the love of Jesus Christ in which is contained the fountain of precious consolation to all the saints beloved and redeemed / by Timothie Batt.
Batt, Timothy, 1613-1692. / [1644] Christs gratious message from the throne of grace to all the prisoners of hope by Timothie Batt.
Battell, Ralph, 1649-1713. / [1683] Vulgar errors in divinity removed
Battell, Ralph, 1649-1713. / [1684] The civil magistrates coercive power in religious matters asserted, in a sermon [on Matt. vii. 12] preached at the assizes at Hertford, March the 7th, 1683/4 by Ralph Battel ...
Battely, John, 1647-1708. / [1694] A sermon preach'd before the Queen in Christ-Church, Canterbury, May iv. 1694 by John Battely ...
Batten, William, Sir, d. 1667. / [Anno Dom. M.DC.XLVIII. 1648, i.e. 1649] A true relation of what past betweene the fleet his Highness the Prince of Wales, and that under the command of the Earle of Warwick.
Batten, William, Sir, d. 1667. / [1647] The true relation of Capt: Will: Batten: Admirall of the fleet now at sea, in the service of the King, Parliament, and kingdome. Touching the manner of the transportation of the six members; viz: Sir Philip Stapleton, Sir Will: Lewis, Sir Will: Waller, [double brace] Sir John Clotworthy, Mr. Long, and Mr. Hollis beyond the seas.
Batten, William, Sir, d. 1667. / [Printed in the yeare 1648] The sea-mans diall, or, The mariners card: directing unto the safe port of Christian obedience. And shewing the reasons which moved the authour, a sea commander, to returne unto his loyalty, and the service of the Soveraigne. As it was sent in a letter to a private friend, to be published from him unto the seamen; and is by this friend thus intituled: and dedicated unto the consideration, and commended unto the practise of all honest true hearted sea-men of England.
Battie, John. / [February 12. 1644] The merchants remonstrance.: Wherein is set forth the inevitable miseries which may suddenly befall this kingdome by want of trade, and decay of manufactures. By I.B. of London merchant. This is licensed and entred into the Hall-booke according to order.
Battie, William, 1634 or 5-1706. / [1680] A sermon preached at Sudbury in the county of Suffolk at a lecture set up there, for the last summers half year with the approbation of the bishop of diocese, by the clergy of that deanery, to preach upon the points in controversie, between the Church of Rome, and the Church of England / by William Battie ...
Baughe, Thomas, b. 1577 or 8. / [1614] A summons to iudgement. Or a sermon appointed for the Crosse, but deliuered vpon occasion in the cathedrall church of S. Paul London the 6. day of Iune, 1613. beeing the first Sunday of Midsommer Terme. By Thomas Baughe, student of Christ-Church in Oxford.
Bauthumley, Jacob. / [1650] The light and dark sides of God or A plain and brief discourse of the light side (God, Heaven and angels.) The dark side (Devill, sin, and Hell.) As also of the Resurrection and Scripture. : All which are set forth in their severall natures and beings, according to the spirituality of the Scripture. / Written by Jacob Bauthumley.
Baxter, Benjamin, Preacher of the Gospel. / [1666] The doctrine of self-posing, or, a Christians duty of putting cases of difficulty to himself Being the summe of some sermons preached at Upton upon Seavern, in the county of Worcester. By B. Baxter, late minister of the gospel there, but now removed.
Baxter, J. / [1600] A toile for tvvo-legged foxes Wherein their noisome properties; their hunting and vnkenelling, with the duties of the principall hunters and guardians of the spirituall vineyard is liuelie discouered, for the comfort of all her Highnes trustie and true-hearted subiects, and their encouragement against all popish practises. By I. B. preacher of the word of God.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [anno Dom. 1657] A winding-sheet for popery.: By Richard Baxter, Catholick.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1653] The VVorchester-shire petition to the Parliament for the Ministry of England defended, by a minster of Christ in that county; in answer to XVI queries, printed in a book, called, A brief discovery of the threefold estate of Antichrist: whereunto is added, XVII. counter-queries, and an humble monition to Parliament, people, and ministers.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1685] Unum necessarium: or, Christ's justification of Mary's choice and of his servants wrongfully accused: containing a resolution of many weighty cases of conscience. Viz. Indifferent things, obedience to the higher powers, &c. With some reflections on Popery, and a brief account of the many cruelties committed by the Papists. By Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1665] Two sheets for poor families ... by Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1665] Two sheets for poor families ... by Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1655 i.e. 1654] True Christianity: or, Christs absolute dominion, and mans necessary selfe-resignation and subjection. In two assize sermons preached at Worcester. By Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1660] The true Catholick, and Catholick church described. And the vanity of the Papists, and all other schismaticks, that confine the Catholick church to their sect, discovered and shamed. / By Richard Baxter, a member of that one Universal Church, which containeth all the true Christians in the world. With an apologetical postscript against the factious principles and writings of Mr T. Malpas, Mr T Pierce, Philo-Tilenus, and such others.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1676] A treatise of justifying righteousness in two books ... : all published instead of a fuller answer to the assaults in Dr. Tullies Justificatio Paulina ... / by Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1657] A treatise of conversion Preached, and now published for the use of those that are strangers to a true conversion, especially the grosly ignorant and ungodly. By Richard Baxter, teacher of the Church of Christ at Kederminster.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1673] Short instructions for the sick, especially for the contagion, or otherwise, are deprived of the presence of a faithful pastor. / By Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1660] Right rejoycing: or The nature and order of rational and warrantable joy. Discovered in a sermon preached at St. Pauls before the Lord Maior and aldermen, and the several companies of the City of London, on May 10. 1660. appointed by both Houses of Parliament, to be a day of solemn thanksgiving for Gods raising up and succeeding his Excellency, and other instruments, in order to his Majesites restoration, and the settlement of these nations. By Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [M.DC.LVII. 1657] Richard Baxter's account of his present thoughts concerning the controversies about the perseverance of the saints. Occasioned by the gross misreports of some passages in his book, called, The right method for peace of conscience, &c; which are left out in the last impression to avoid offence, and this here substituted, for the fuller explication of the same points.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1654] Rich. Baxter's admonition to Mr. William Eyre of Salisbury; concerning his miscarriages in a book lately written for the justification of infidels, against M. Benj. Woodbridge, M. James Cranford and the author.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1655] Rich: Baxter's confesssion [sic] of his faith, especially concerning the interest of repentance and sincere obedience to Christ, in our justification & salvation. VVritten for the satisfaction of the misinformed, the conviction of calumniators, and the explication and vindication of some weighty truths.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1654] The reduction of a digressor, or, Rich. Baxter's reply to Mr George Kendall's digression in his book against Mr Goodwin
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [Printed in the year, 1652] Præfestinantis morator, or, Mr. Tombs his præcursor, staid, examined, and proved not to be from Heaven, but of men.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1646] A plea for congregationall government: or, A defence of the Assemblies petition, against Mr. John Saltmarsh. Wherein is plainly discovered, that in his reasons against the divine right of Presbytery, under pretence of opposing the Assemblies petition, he doth as much oppose the congregationall way, and goes about utterly to overthrow all church-government, ministery, baptisme, and all church-ordinances whatsoever; and wholly to subvert the authority of the civill magistrate in all matters of religion. And, the Assemblies petition vindicated from his exceptions, by principles common both to the Presbyterian and the congregationall way; there being nothing in that petition but what is agreeable to the principles of both wayes. Published according to order.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [Anno Dom. 1658] Of saving faith: that it is not only gradually, but specifically distinct from all common faith. The agreement of Richard Baxter with that very learned consenting adversary, that hath maintained my assertion by a pretended confutation in the end of Serjeant Shepards book of sincerity and hypocrisie. With the reasons of my dissent in some passages that come in on the by.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1683] Obedient patience in general, and in XX particular cases with helps to obtain and use it, and impatience repressed : cross-bearers less to be pityed that cross-makers / written for his own use under the cross, imposed by God and man, and published as now seasonable ... by Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1690] Memorables concerning our uprightness before God, and our resignation to his will. / Gathered out of Dr. B's judicious treatises thereof. Thus published for the poor, that want money and memory. By one desirous of poor folks salvation.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [Printed in the year 1652] Letters that passed between Mr. Baxter and Mr. Tombes: concerning the dispute.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1689] The judgment of Mr. Baxter concerning ceremonies and conformity in the points of difference betwixt the Church of England and the dissenters: novv published in vindication of the moderate and learned part of the Presbyterians, to let the vvorld see that they are not so irreconcilable to the discipline of the Church of England, as some people vvould have us believe.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1655] Humble advice: or The heads of those things which were offered to many Honourable Members of Parliament by Mr Richard Baxter at the end of his sermon, Decemb. 24. at the Abby in Westminster. With some additions as they were delivered by him to a friend that desired them, who thought meet to make them publick.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [ca. 1691] How to be certainly saved. Instructions for a holy life [I.] The necessity, reason and means of holiness. [II.] The parts and practice of a holy life. For personal direction, and for family instruction. With two short catechisms, and prayers. Written by Rich. Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1659] A holy commonwealth, or Political aphorisms, opening the true principles of government: for the healing of the mistakes, and resolving the doubts, that most endanger and trouble England at this time: (if yet there may be hope.) And directing the desires of sober Christians that long to see the kingdoms of this world, become the kingdoms of the Lord, and of his Christ. / Written by Richard Baxter at the invitation of James Harrington Esquire. With a preface to them that have caused our eclipses since 1646. And a sounder answer to the healing question. And the Jesuites method for restoring popery.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1658] The Grotian religion discovered, at the invitation of Mr. Thomas Pierce in his Vindication. With a preface, vindicating the Synod of Dort from the calumnies of the new Tilenus; and David, Peter, &c. And the Puritanes, and sequestrations, &c. from the censures of Mr. Pierce. / By Richard Baxter, Catholick.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1659. ] Galwad ir annychweledig idroi a byw, Derbyn trugaredd tra byddo trugaredd iw chael fel y myn nynt gael trugaredd yn nydd eucyfyngder. Oddiwrth y Duw byw. / Trwy ey wâs ennheilwing Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [Printed, anno dom. 1652] A friendly accomodation in the fore-debated controversie between Mr. Bedford and the author: wherein is manifested that the differences, are few and small; and those continued with mutual respect and love.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1691] Excellent memorables for all mourners especially mourners for the loss of dearest relations : gathered out of Mr. B's prepared (though not preached) farewel sermon, at Kederminster, Aug. 24, 1662, upon our Savior's words.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1657] Directions to justices of peace, especially in corporations, for the discharge of their duty to God written at the request of a magistrate, and published for the use of others that need it by Richard Baxter ...
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1658] Confirmation and restauration, the necessary means of reformation, and reconciliation; for the healing of the corruptions and divisions of the churches submissively, but earnestly tendered to the consideration of the soveraigne powers, magistrates, ministers, and people, that they may awake, and be up and doing in the execution of so much, as appeareth to be necessary as they are true to Christ, his Church and Gospel, and to their own and others souls, and to the peace and wellfare of the nations; and as they will answer the neglect to Christ, at their peril. By Richard Baxter, an unworthy minister of Christ, that longeth to see the healing of the churches.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1653] Christian concord or The agreement of the Associated Pastors and Churches of Worcestershire. With Rich. Baxter's explication and defence of it, and his exhortation to unity.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1653?] Catholick terms of communion for a particular church: or, The sum of religion: Being a form of sound words, whereby the baptismal covenant may be renew'd by catechumens when they pass from infant to adult church membership. / By Mr. Baxter, and the Worcester-Shire ministers.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1651] Additions to the saints everlasting rest, to be put before the second part
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1661] An accompt of all the proceedings of the Commissioners of both perswasions, appointed by his sacred Majesty, according to letters patents, for the reveiw [sic] of The book of common prayer, &c.
Baxter, Simon. / [1700?] Reasons, humbly offered to the honourable house of commons, for bringing in a bill, for registring all bills of sale of ships, and vessels of burden, in a general register book, with some objections answered.
Bayfield, Robert, b. 1629. / [1655] Enchiridion medicum: containing the causes, signs, and cures of all those diseases, that do chiefly affect the body of man: divided into three books. With alphabetical tables of such matters as are therein contained. Whereunto is added a treatise, De facultatibus medicamentorum compositorum, & dosibus. / By Robert Bayfield.
Bayfield, Robert, b. 1629. / [1657] Ēh probolē tēs alētheias or The bul-warke of truth, being a treatise of God, of Jesus Christ, of the Holy Ghost, and of the Trinity in unity, against atheists and hereticks. / By Robert Bayfeild.
Bayle, Thomas. / [1675] A testimony to the free and universal love of God in Jesus Christ to the sons of men in true love sent forth (more especially) to the inhabitants of Colchester and parts adjacent, for them to read over, and weigh with due and serious consideration, in the blessed fear of the Lord / by Thomas Bayle.
Bayle, Thomas. / [1677] A relation of a mans return and his travaills out of a long and sore captivitie to partake of that rest, which remaineth to the people of God. Written for the sake of those who wants the consolation of Israel, and would walke in the heavenly way thereof, if they knew it. Written by one of Zyons travellors, Th. Bayles.
Bayley, Charles. / [1663] A true and faithful warning unto the people and inhabitants of Bristol and unto the rulers, priests, and people of England ... that they might prepare to meet the Lord ... / ... Charles Baily.
Bayley, Charles, 17th cent. / [1663] A seasonable warning to such who profess themselves members of reformed churches, into what forme soever gathered ...
Bayley, Charles, 17th cent. / [1665] The causes of God's vvrath against England, and a faithfull warning from the Lord to speedy repentance, fore-told by, and delivered in, a letter to the King, dated the 4th of the 7th month, 1663 by Charles Bayley ...
Bayley, Charles, 17th century. / [printed in the year, 1663] A true and faithful warning sounded forth through a true prophet of the Lord unto all the inhabitants of the earth,: but more particularly to England, and most especially to her cities London, Bristol, and Winchester, whose visitations are almost over as hath been made known to him whose bowels yerns for the restauration of all backsliders known. / By name Charles Bayley.
Bayley, Charles, 17th century. / [Printed in the year, 1663] A seasonable warning and word of advice to all papists, but most especially to those of the kingdome of France; for them to turn from their idolatry, and gross superstition, and speedily to repent, and hast to meet the Lord by amendment of life, least he come on them, and smite them unawares ... / Charles Baily.
Bayly, John, 1595 or 6-1633. / [a. D. 1630] Two sermons The angell guardian. The light enlightening. Preached by Iohn Bayly ...
Bayly, Lewis, d. 1631. / [1675] Yr ymarfer o dduvvioldeb: yn cyfarvvyddo dŷn i rodio fal y rhyngo ef Fodd Duw. Yr hwn lyfe â osodwyd allan yn saeson-sec o wraith y gwir barchedig dâd Lewis Escomb Bangor, ac a gyfieithwyd yn gamber-aec o waith Row. Vaughan o gaergai o sîr feirion wr bonheddig.
Bayly, Richard, fl. 1640. / [1640] The shepheards starre, or The ministers guide. By Richard Bayly late minister of Crawley in Sussex
Bayly, Thomas, d. 1657? / [1649] Certamen religiosum or, a conference between His late Majestie Charles King of England, and Henry late Marquess and Earl of Worcester, concerning religion; at His Majesties being at Raglan Castle, 1646. Wherein the maine differences (now in controversie) between the Papists and the Protestants is no lesse briefly then accuratly discusss'd and bandied. Now published for the worlds satisfaction of His Majesties constant affection to the Protestant religion. By Tho: Baylie Doctor in Divinity and Sub-Deane of Wels.
Bayly, William, d. 1675. / [1659?] A word from the Lord to the priests of England in general that teach for hire
Bayly, William, d. 1675. / [1663] A vindication of the commands and doctrine of Christ Jesus and of his people in their faithful obedience to him against all swearers and swearing whatsoever, according to the scriptures of truth : with a few words unto all such rulars [sic], teachers, and people ... that have a hand in afflicting, persecuting, and casting such into prisons ... / W.B.
Bayly, William, d. 1675. / [1667] The true Christ owned in a few plain words of truth, by way of reply to all such professors or profane who lay to the charge the elect people of God called Quakers that they deny the bloud of Christ, and his body, and resurrection, and that they deny the Lord that brought them, and trample the blood of the Covenant under their feet ... / by William Bayly.
Bayly, William, d. 1675. / [1663] To the camp of Israel (whom He hath brought up out of the land of Egypt by a mighty hand and outstretched arm) called Quakers in England (or elsewhere upon the face of the earth) a visitation and dear salutation from the breathings of the life of a true Jew ... / by William Bayly.
Bayly, William, d. 1675. / [1667] A testimony of truth against all the sowers of dissention, strife and discord, amongst the people of God, by what practice, or under what pretence soever being intended principally for Wales, yet else-where to be disposed by Friends ...
Bayly, William, d. 1675. / [printed in the year 1675] A testimony against drunkenness and swearing, &c. With a postscript unto all such as have any tenderness of heart or conscience, either male or female, or any fear of God in you, and are grieved at the abominations that you daily hear and see amongst your families and neighbours, in what country or nation soever. Being a copy of a paper written and given forth (at Polch-Ground within the Haven of Long-Sound) in Norway (the 20th of the fifth moneth, 1674.) in the king of Denmark's dominion. / By William Bayly.
Bayly, William, d. 1675. / [in the 6th month, 1659] A short relation or testimony of the working of the light of Christ in me, from my childhood,: by one who is now a witness of the spirit of truth (whom the world cannot receive) which doth convince of sin, of righteousnesse and of judgment: and brings all things to rememberance, and shews me things to come, glory to the Lord for ever: / W:B:.
Bayly, William, d. 1675. / [1659] A short discovery of the state of man before the fall, in the fall, and out of the fall againe : wherein is also laid open the ignorance and error of Robert Hall, preacher at Colebrooke in Buckinghamshire, and Edmund Board, of the same town, a professor ... / by W.B.
Bayly, William, d. 1675. / [1665] Seven thunders vttering their voices, and the seven last trumpets preparing to sound in the spirit of jealousies ...
Bayly, William, d. 1675. / [1664] Pure encouragements from the spirit of the Lord as a joyfull salutation with full assurance of victory unto the noble army of the lamb, against whom the gates of hell and death shall never prevail.
Bayly, William, d. 1675. / [1662] A message sent forth from the risen seed of God being a faithful expostulation and testimony concerning the unjust and hard dealings of the rulers and people in England who have a hand in the cruel oppressions and sufferings of the people of God called Quakers.
Bayly, William, d. 1675. / [1663] The Lambs government to be exalted over all in Israel ..., or, The glory of the Lord risen like devouring fire ... with an exhortation (from God) that none ... seek to physitians ... without his leadings ... / given forth in the movings (at the commandment) of the Captain of Israel, by one that followeth him, William Baily.
Bayly, William, d. 1675. / [1662?] Iacob is become a flame and the house of Esav stubble, or, The battail betwixt Michael and the dragon in which the seed of the woman is bruising the serpents head, and Cain the first birth ... is found the vagabond, and Abel and Abraham ... the friends of God : being a true discovery of the two seeds or births between which the enmity is put, the time and day being come in which the elder must serve the younger : with a few words to the priests, Bishops, Episcopal-men, and professors of this last age, and a short warning to the rulars and inhabitants of the earth.
Bayly, William, d. 1675. / [1663] A grievous lamentation over thee O England or, the greatest part of thy inhabitants, who have withstood the day of their visitation : with the word of the Lord to thy rulers and teachers, who continue persecuting and oppressing the dear children and people of the Most High ... / ... William Bayly.
Bayly, William, d. 1675. / [1664?] The great & dreadful day of the Lord God almighty (which is hastening as a flood upon the whole world of the ungodly once more proclaimed that all people may again be warned to repent with speed and to be left without excuse.
Bayly, William, d. 1675. / [1662] A general epistle to all Friends who are called and gathered of God, called Quakers.
Bayly, William, d. 1675. / [1664] For the King and Parliament and his councel and teachers and to every individual person, superiour and inferiour, throughout the English nation that have a hand against the innocent people of God called Quakers, one visitation and warning more from the Lord unto you.
Bayly, William, d. 1675. / [1672] A faithful testimony and warning concerning the certainty of the great and notable day of the Lord, broken forth in this age after the long night of apostacy, wherein he will accomplish his great and glorious work, determined, of redemption and restauration : with something concerning the sufficency of the grace of God ... : and a few words in reply to such as query, or ask, Whether did you ever hear or read of a people, in all the Scriptures, that were Quakers ... / by William Bayly.
Bayly, William, d. 1675. / [1664] An epistle general containing wholsome exhortations and good counsel from the spirit of truth unto all such as are or may be under the judgment or sentence of banishment, for the testimony of Jesus Christ ... / by ... W.B.
Bayly, William, d. 1675. / [1665] The dreadful, and terrible, day of the Lord God, to overtake this generation suddenly; once more proclaimed.
Bayly, William, d. 1675. / [1663] Deep calleth unto deep, or, A visitation from on high unto the breathing seed of Jacob which is not satisfied among all the professions in the earth, or with the husks cannot fill its belly, but is pincht with hunger, and feels a secret cry for the true bread that comes down from heaven which gives eternal life : wherein is opened some of the mysteries of Gods kingdom ... concerning God ... and concerning Christ ... / by William Bayly.
Bayly, William, d. 1675. / [1673] A call and visitation from the Lord God of heaven and earth unto Christendom (so called) who profess they know God, but in works deny him : being also an examination of them, how they came by the name Christian : and its a warning to them all, to repent with speed, before the dreadful judgments of Almighty God (which hangs over their heads) be poured forth upon them ... / through a labourer in the Lord's harvest, and a true lover of all your souls, William Bayly.
Bayly, William, d. 1675. / [1662] A briefe declaration to all the vvorld from the innocent people of God called Quakers of our principle and beleif [sic] concerning plottings and fightings with carnal weapons against any people, men or nations upon the earth ... and to answer that common objection whether we would not fight if the Spirit moved us.
Bayly, William, d. 1675. / [1659] The blood of righteous Abel crying from the ground being a lamentation for and a warning too [sic] all that have a hand against the innocent people of God, especially intended for the rulers and priests in Hamshire ... / by W.B.
Bayly, William, d. 1675. / [1663] An arrow shot against Babylon out of Josephs bow which grew up from the stem of Jesse ... and this is a visitation and warning (once more) from God unto all such rulers, teachers, and people in England who are, or may be persecutors about religion and worship that they may yet flee out of Babylon ... the great whore (which hath set upon nations and reigned over the kings of the earth) that they may partake no longer of her sins ... and this may serve as a glass for all false Christendom to behold themselves ... / by William Bayly.
Bayne, James, master-wright. / [1695] Unto His Majesties High Commissioner, and the Right Honourable Estates of Parliament. the petition of James Bayne His Majesties late Mr. Wright.
Baynes Roger, 1546-1623. / [M. DC.XVII. 1617] The baynes of Aquisgrane, the I. part & I. volume, intituled Variety Contayning three bookes, in the forme of dialogues, vnder the titles following, viz. Profit, pleasure, honour. Furnished with diuers things, no lesse delightfull, then beneficiall to be knowne, and obserued. Roger Baynes gent. a long exile out of England, not for any temporall respect.
Baynes, Paul, d. 1617. / [1619] Two godly and fruitfull treatises the one, vpon the Lords prayer. The other, vpon the sixe principles. Both penned by that learned man, Paul Baine, sometimes preacher of Gods word at S. Andrewes in Cambridge.
Baynes, Paul, d. 1617. / [1620] The spirituall armour With which being furnished, a Christian may be able to stand fast in the euill day, and time of tryall; and to quench all the fiery darts of the wicked. Written by that godly and learned man, Paul Baine; sometime Preacher of Gods word at S. Andrewes in Cambridge.
Baynes, Paul, d. 1617. / [1619] The mirrour or miracle of Gods loue vnto the world of his elect Preached on the third of Iohn, verse the sixteenth: wherein the said scripture is very learnedly expounded, and the rich treasures of Gods grace in Christ are accurately opened. By that faithfull seruant of Christ, and preacher of his Gospell, Mr. Paul Baine.
Baynes, Paul, d. 1617. / [1617] A letter written by Mr. Paul Bayne, minister of Gods word, lately deceased. Effectually instructing, and earnestly prouoking to true repentance, loue, and new obedience. Very profitable for euery one that would proceede on in the constant course of a godly life, shewing the way vnto it, and seriously exciting vnto more perfection therein
Baynes, Paul, d. 1617. / [1618] A helpe to true happinesse. Or A briefe and learned exposition of the maine and fundamentall points of Christian religion. By Mr. Paul Bayne
Baynes, Paul, d. 1617. / [1619] An epitomie of mans misery and deliuerie In a sermon preached on the third of the Romans, vers. 23. and 24. By Mr. Paul Bayne.
Baynes, Paul, d. 1617. / [1621] The diocesans tryall. Wherein all the sinnews of D. Dovvnames Defence are brought unto three heads, and orderly dissolved. By M. Paul Baynes.
Baynes, Paul, d. 1617. / [1618] A counterbane against earthly carefulnes In a sermon preached at Cranebrooke in Kent. 1617. By Mr. Paul Baine ...
Baynes, Paul, d. 1617. / [1618] A commentarie vpon the first chapter of the epistle of Saint Paul, written to the Ephesians Wherein, besides the text fruitfully explained: some principall controuersies about predestination are handled, and diuers arguments of Arminius are examined. By Mr. Paul Bayne, sometimes preacher of Gods word at Saint Andrevves in Cambridge.
Baynes, Paul, d. 1617. / [1634] A commentarie vpon the first and second chapters of Saint Paul to the Colossians. Wherein, the text is cleerly opened, observations thence perspiciously deducted ... Together with diuers places of Scripture briefely explained. By Mr. Paul Bayne. B.D.
Baynes, Paul, d. 1617. / [1618] The Christians garment A sermon preached in London, by the late faithfull minister of Gods word, Master Paul Bayne.
Baynes, Paul, d. 1617. / [1618] A caueat for cold Christians. In a sermon preached by Mr. Paul Bayne ... Wherein the common disease of Christians, with the remedie, is plainly and excellently set downe for all that will vse it
Baynes, Paul, d. 1617. / [1637] Briefe directions unto a godly life wherein every Christian is furnished with most necessary helps for the furthering of him in a godly course here upon earth, that so he may attaine eternall happinesse in heaven. Written by Mr. Paul Bayne, minister of Gods Word, to Mr. Nicholas Iordane his brother.