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Beamount, Thomas. / [Novemb. 9. 1644] A speech delivered in the Commons House of Parliament, by that judicious, and worthy gentleman, Thomas Beamount Esquire: at the presenting of the petition of the knights, gentlemen, and freeholders, of the county of Leicester, on Wednesday the 6. of November, 1644. Also a true copie of the petition it selfe, subscribed with above 2000. hands.
Beane, Richard. / [1681] A discourse concerning popish perjurers in an addresse to the Honorable the Commons of England in Parliament assembled at Oxford.
Beard, Thomas, d. 1632. / [1625] Antichrist the pope of Rome: or, the pope of Rome is Antichrist Proued in two treatises. In the first treatise, 1. By a full and cleere definition of Antichrist ... In the second treatise, by a description 1. Of his person. 2. Of his kingdome. 3. Of his delusions. ... By Tho: Beard...
Beare, Nicholas. / [1679] Metamorphosis Christiana: or, The old man changed into the new. An occasional discourse.
Beatniffe, John. / [1590] A sermon preached at Torceter in the countie of Northampton the 8. of Iune, Anno Dom. 1588. at the visitation of the right reuerend Father in God, the Bishop of Peeterborow, by Iohn Beatniffe preacher of the woord of God in Brackley.
Beaulieu, Luke, 1644 or 5-1723. / [1684] The terms of peace and reconciliation betwixt all divided parties a sermon preach'd at the assizes held for the county of Buckingham, at the town of Wicomb, July the I, 1684 / by Luke Beaulieu ...
Beaulieu, Luke, 1644 or 5-1723. / [1675] Take heed of both extremes, or, Plain and useful cautions against popery and presbytery by way of dialogue : in two parts / by Luke de Beaulieu.
Beaulieu, Luke, 1644 or 5-1723. / [1686] A sermon preach'd before the right honourable the Lord Mayor and the Court of Aldermen, at Guild-Hall, December the 27th, 1685 / by Luke Beaulieu ...
Beaulieu, Luke, 1644 or 5-1723. / [MDCLXXVIII 1678] The reformed monastery, or, The love of Jesus a sure and short, pleasant and easie way to heaven : in meditations, directions, and resolutions to love and obey Jesus unto death : in two parts.
Beaulieu, Luke, 1644 or 5-1723. / [1673] Planes apokalypsis. Popery manifested, or, the Papist incognito made known by way of dialogue betwixt a Papist priest, Protestant gentleman, and Presbyterian divine. In two parts. Intended for the good of those that shall read it by L. B. P.
Beaulieu, Luke, 1644 or 5-1723. / [1681] The holy inquisition wherein is represented what is the religion of the Church of Rome, and how they are dealt with that dissent from it.
Beaulieu, Luke, 1644 or 5-1723. / [1687] A discourse shewing that Protestants are on the safer side, notwithstanding the uncharitable judgment of their adversaries and that their religion is the surest way to heaven.
Beaulieu, Luke, 1644 or 5-1723. / [1677] Claustrum animae, the reformed monastery, or, The love of Jesus a sure and short, pleasant and easie way to Heaven in meditations, directions, and resolutions to love and obey Jesus unto death : in two parts.
Beaumont, Francis, 1584-1616. / [1653] Poems: by Francis Beaumont, Gent.: Viz. The hermaphrodite. The remedy of love. Elegies. Sonnets, with other poems.
Beaumont, Francis, 1584-1616. / [1679] Fifty comedies and tragedies written by Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher, Gentlemen ; all in one volume, published by the authors original copies, the songs to each play being added.
Beaumont, Francis, 1584-1616. / [1647] Comedies and tragedies written by Francis Beaumont and Iohn Fletcher ...
Beauvais, Charles de. / [1665] Exercitations concerning the pure, and true, and the impure, and false religion. By Charles de Beauvais rector of the parish of Witheham, in the county of Sussex
Beaven, Thomas, fl. 1720. / [1696] John Plimpton's ten charges against the people, call'd Quakers, briefly answer'd.:
Becanus, Martinus, 1563-1624. / [M.DC.XIX. 1619] A treatise of the iudge of controuersies. Written in Latin, by the R. Father Martinus Becanus of the Society of Iesus, Professour in Diuinity. And Englished by W.W. Gent
Becanus, Martinus, 1563-1624. / [Anno Domini, M. DC. XII. 1612] A defence of the Roman Church VVherin is treated, vvhether the said Church of Rome hath fallen in faith, or no? Written in Latin by the R. F. Martinus Becanus of the Society of Iesus, Professour in Diuinity: and now translated into English.
Becconsall, Thomas, d. 1709. / [MDCXCVIII. 1698] The grounds and foundation of natural religion, discover'd, in the principal branches of it in opposition to the prevailing notions of the modern scepticks and latitudinarians. With an introduction concerning the necessity of revealed religion. By Tho. Beconsall, B.D. and fellow of Brasenose Colledge, in Oxford.
Beck, Cave, 1623-1706? / [1657] The universal character, by which all the nations in the world may understand one anothers conceptions, reading out of one common writing their own mother tongues. An invention of general use, the practice whereof may be attained in two hours space, observing the grammatical directions. Which character is so contrived, that it may be spoken as well as written. / By Cave Beck, M.A.
Beck, W. (William) / [1700] The whole duty of man in all his stages in a plain and familiar heroick verse, with variety of cuts proper to the several chapters thereof, with several private prayers and Thanksgivings annexed to it, both for the pleasure and benefit of youth / by W. Beck.
Beckham, Edward, 1637 or 8-1714. / [1699] The Quakers challenge made to the Norfolk clergy, or, A relation of a conference between some clergy-men of the Church of England and some Quakers held (on the 8th of December 1698 in West-Dereham Church) in the county of Norfolk : together with those letters which passed between them in order thereunto : to which is added a certificate relateing to the challenge.
Beckham, Edward, 1637 or 8-1714. / [1700] The principles of the Quakers further shewn to be blasphemous and seditious in a reply to Geo. Whitehead's answer to the Brief discovery, stiled Truth and innocency vindicated / by Edward Beckham ..., Henry Meriton ..., Lancaster Topcliffe ...
Beckham, Edward, 1637 or 8-1714. / [1699] A brief discovery of some of the blasphemous and seditious principles and practices of the people called Quakers taken out of their most noted and approved authors, humbly offered to the consideration of the King and both houses of Parliament / by Edward Beckham ... Hen. Meriton ... Lancaster Topcliffe ..., Norfolk.
Becon, Thomas, 1512-1567. / [In the moneth of Auguste. the yeare of our Lord. 1554] An humble supplicacion vnto God for the restoring of hys holye woorde, vnto the churche of Englande, mooste mete to be sayde in these oure dayes, euen with teares of euery true [and] faythfull English harte.
Becon, Thomas, 1512-1567. / [1549?] [The gouernans of vertue].
Beddevole, Dominique, d. ca. 1692. / [1691] Essayes of anatomy in which the construction of the organs and their mechanical operations are clearly explained according to the new hypotheses / by ******, Dr. in Medicine, written originally in French.
Bédé de la Gormandière, Jean. / [1612] The right, and prerogatiue of kings against Cardinall Bellarmine and other Iesuites. Written in French by Iohn Bede, aduocate in the court of Parliament of Paris, and published by authority. Translated by Robert Sherwood.
Bedford, James, B.D. / [1657] The perusal of an old statute concerning death and judgment as it was lately delivered in a sermon at the funeral of Mrs. Frances Bedford. By James Bedford B.D. Sometime Fellow of Q. Coll. in Oxon. and now pastor of Blunsham and Erith in Huningtonshire.
Bedford, Samuel. / [Iuly 25. 1645] A brief relation of the taking of Bridgewater by the Parliaments forces under the command of Sir Tho: Fairfax;: and therein, all the Lord Gorings train, 36. pieces of ordnance, 2000. prisoners, 800. horse, with great store of oxen. Sent in a letter to the Committee of both Kingdoms. Together with a letter concerning the delivering up of Pontefract Castle by treaty to the use of the Parliament, with all things therein. Also, hopes of reducing Scarbrough by treaty. Sent to the Honorable, William Lenthall Esq; Speaker to the House of Commons. Ordered by the Commons in Parliament, that these letters be forthwith printed and published: H: Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.
Bedford, Thomas, fl. 1680. / [1680?] The respondent Thomas Bedford's case
Bedford, William Russell, Duke of, 1613-1700. / [Septemb. 15. 1642] A letter written from the Right Honorable the Earle of Bedford, to a lord of the House of Peeres, of all the remarkable passages about Sherborn Castle. Being a full relation of the great overthrow given to the cavalleers within a mile of Eivill: with the resolution of the Earle of Bedford, to die in the cause. Desired by the Lords in Parliament, that this letter be forthwith printed and published.
Bedford, William, b. 1652 or 3. / [1698] Two sermons preach'd at St. Maries in Bury St. Edmunds, at the assizes the first upon the seventh of April 1698, before the Honourable Sir Thomas Rokeby, Kt. ... : the second upon the 16th of August 1698, before the Right, Honourable Sir Edward Ward, Kt. ... / by William Bedford ...
Bedingfield, Robert, 1597 or 8-1651. / [1625] A sermon preached at Pauls Crosse the 24. of October. 1624. By Robert Bedingfield Master of Arts, and student of Christ-Church in Oxford
Bedle, Joseph, 1644 or 5-1692. / [1679] A sermon preached in S. Lawrence-Jewry Church on the fifth of November, Anno Dom. 1678 by Joseph Bedle ...
Bedle, Thomas. / [1610] The princelie progresse of the church militant marching forth by the steps of the flocke to her triumphant bridegrome Christ Iesus. Encountered with an erronius army, turned aside from Iesus to the Ieesitcall [sic] faction, to fight with the lambe, and make warre with the saints. As it appeareth in the ensuing opposition. With an addition demonstrating the abolishing of Antichrist, supreme head of heretickes, and vniuersall maintainer of treason. Written by Thomas Bedle.
Bedloe, William, 1650-1680. / [1680] Truth made manifest: or, The dead man's testimony to the living: Being a compendium of the last sayings, dying speeches, sentences, and expressions, of Captain William Bedlow; that pattern of love to his country. Who deceased at Bristol, the 20th. of August, 1680. Convincing all, both deluded Protestants, and wilfully-blinded Papists, of the realty of that late horrid plot; with his endeared caution both to his King and country, shewing the eminent danger that still threatens. With a sermon made upon this text, preached at his funeral by a reverend divine, Mr. Thomas Palmer.
Bedloe, William, 1650-1680. / [1683] A succinct narrative of the bloody murder of Sir Edmondbury Godfrey by the papists, Octob. 12. 1678.: With the various and wonderful circumstances ... / by Captain William Bedloe, and Mr. Miles Prance ...
Bedloe, William, 1650-1680. / [1680] The righteous evidence, witnessing the truth. Being an account of the sickness, and death-bed expressions, of Mr. VVilliam Bedlow: vvho deceased at Bristol, the 20th. of August, 1680. With his attestations which he left in writing, for the good of this nation, concerning the late damnable plot, contrived by the papists. With his two last prayers.
Bedloe, William, 1650-1680. / [1679] An impartial account of the several fires in London, Westminster, Southwark, and the places adjacent. Begun and carried on by papists, for the promoting their damnable plot and conspiracy for subverting the government, and destroying the Protestant religion; with the several ways and methods practiced by them in manageing their horrid designs of fire and desolation. / Discovered by Cap. William Bedlow who was formerly engaged with them in those wicked practices.
Beeard, Richard. / [1553] A godly psalme of Marye Queene which brought vs comfort al, through God, whom wee of dewtye prayse, that giues her foes a fal. By Rychard Beeard. Anno domini. 1553.
Beech, William. / [1650] To Mr. John Eliot, an Esq; at (or near) the doores of the right honorable the Parliament of England:
Beech, William. / [1645] More sulphure for Basing: or, God will fearfully annoy and make quick riddance of his implacable enemies, surely, sorely, suddenly. Shewed in a sermon at the siege of Basing on the last Lords day, Sept. 21. 1645. Together, with a word of advice, full of love and affection to the Club-men of Hampshire. / By William Beech minister of the Army there, elect: min: of O. in the county of Suffolke. Imprimatur. Ja. Cranford. Sept. 26. 1645.
Beek, J., fl. 1691-1702. / [1692] The triumph-royal containing a short account of the most remarkable battels, sieges, sea-fights, treaties, and famous atchievements [sic] of the princes of the House of Nassau &c. describ'd in the triumphal arches, piramids, pictures, inscriptions, and devices erected at the Hague in Honour of William III, King of England, Scotland, France and Ireland ...
Beere, Serjeant Major. / [1644] An exact relation of the defeat given to a party of the enemies horse neer Cambden. Wherein was taken of the enemies I Colonell, I Lieutenant Colonel. 2 captains, 3 lieutenants, 2 cornets, and colours, 2 colours more, whole bearers fled, 80 horse, 100 prisoners, divers slain, by Serjeant Major Beer. Also a true relation of some losse at the shege at Newarke. And a sermon preached to certain drunken cavaliers at Priscall, the text being malt. Whereunto is added a declaration of a cashierd souldier.
Beerman, William. / [1674] Sorrow upon sorrow: or, The much lamented death of the worthy Mr. Ralph Venning being a sermon preached upon the sad occasion of his death before his burial, from Acts 20.38. Sorrowing most of all that they should see his face no more. By W. Beerman minister of the Gospel.
Beesley, Henry, 1605-1675. / [1656] Psychomachia, or, The soules conflict with the sins of vain glory, coldnesse in professing Christ, envie, photinianism (of the last resurrection), ingratitude, unpreparednes to meet the Lord, revenge, forgetfulness of God : pourtrayed in eight severall sermons, six whereof were delivered at St. Maries, and Christ-Church in Oxford, and two at Sherburn in Glocestershire / Henry Beesley ...
Beeston, William, Sir, b. 1636. / [Anno 1699] By the honourable Sir William Beeston Kt. His Majesties Lieutenant Governour and commander in chief, in, and over this his island of Jamaica, and other the territories depending thereon in America, and vice-admiral of the same. A proclamation
Beevan, J. (John) / [1660] A loving salutation to all people who have any desires after the living God but especially to the free-will-Anabaptists / from ... I. Beevan.
Behn, Aphra, 1640-1689. / [1696] The younger brother, or, The amorous jilt a comedy : acted at the Theatre Royal by His Majesty's servants / written by the late ingenious Mrs. A. Behn ; with some account of her life.
Behn, Aphra, 1640-1689. / [1684] Prologue spoken by Mrs. Cook.
Bekker, Balthasar, 1634-1698. / [1695] The world bewitch'd, or, An examination of the common opinions concerning spirits their nature, power, administration and operations, as also the effects men are able to produce by their communication : divided into IV parts / by Balthazar Bekker ... ; vol. I translated from a French copy, approved of and subscribed by the author's own hand.
Belcher, Joseph, 1669-1723. / [1698] The worst enemy conquered A brief discourse on the methods and motives to pursue a victory over those habits of sin, which war against the soul. Delivered, on June 6th. 1698. the day for election of officers, in the Artilery-Company [sic], at Boston. By Mr. Joseph Belcher, Pastor of the church in Dedham. [Two lines in Latin]
Belhaven, John Hamilton, Baron, 1656-1708. / [1688] The belief of praying for the dead
Belhaven, Margaret Hamilton, Baroness, fl. 1695. / [1695] Unto His Grace, His Majesty's High Commissioner, and the Right Honourable, the Estates of Parliament. The humble petition of Margaret Lady Dowager of Belhaven.
Bell, Henry, Captain. / [Printed in the yeare 1646] A true relation of the abominable injustice, oppressions and tyranny, which Captain Henry Bell suffered nine years together at the Councell board,: before this Parliament began, as the said Captain Bell did humbly exhibite the same to the King at White-Hall, on the second day of December 1640. and what His Majesty was graciously pleased to doe thereupon. And also, herein the said Captain Bell doth exhibite his humble petition to the Right Honourable the Lords assembled in Parliament. ...
Bell, John. / [1665] London's remembrancer, or, A true accompt of every particular weeks christnings and mortality in all the years of pestilence within the cognizance of the bills of mortality, being xviii years.
Bell, John, fl. 1697. / [1700?] The tryal of witchcraft: or, Witchcraft arraign'd and condemn'd. In some answers to a few questions anent witches and witchcraft. Wherein is shewed, how to know if one be a witch, as also when one is bewitched: with some observations upon the witches mark, their compact with the Devil, the white witches &c.
Bell, Susanna, d. 1672. / [1673] The legacy of a dying mother to her mourning children being the experiences of Mrs. Susanna Bell, who died March 13, 1672 : with an epistle dedicatory by Thomas Brooks ...
Bell, William, 1626-1683. / [1679] A sermon preached at the funeral of M. Anthony Hinton late treasurer of St. Bartholomews Hospital on the 15th of November, 1678, at St. Sepulchres Church / by William Bell.
Bell, William, 1626-1683. / [1661] City security stated in a sermon preached at St. Pauls August 11th, 1661 before the right Honourable the Lord Mayor / by William Bell ...
Bell, William, d. 1598. / [1632] The testament of William Bel. Gentleman Left written in his owne hand. Sett out above 33. yeares after his death. With annotations at the end, and sentences, out of the H. Scripture, fathers, &c. By his sonne Francis Bel, of the Order of Freers Minors, definitor of the province of England: guardian of S. Bonaventures colledge in Dovvay: and professor of the sacred Hebrevv tongue, in the same. Electo meo fœdus excidi
Bellamie, John, d. 1654. / [1645] A plea for the commonalty of London, or, A vindication of their rights (which hath been long with-holden from them) in the choice of sundry city officers. As also, a justification of the power of the Court of Common-councell, in the making of acts, or by-laws, for the good and profit of the citizens, notwithstanding the negative votes of the Lord Major and aldermen. Being fully proved by severall charters granted to this City, by sundry royall kings of England, confirmed by Act of Parliament, and by records witnessing the particulars in the practise of them. / In a speech delivered in Common-councell, on Munday the 24th of February, 1644. By John Bellamie.
Bellarmino, Roberto Francesco Romolo, Saint, 1542-1621. / [1614] A shorte catechisme of Cardall Bellarmine illustrated with the images.
Bellarmino, Roberto Francesco Romolo, Saint, 1542-1621. / [1638] Of the seaven last vvordes spoken by Christ vpon the crosse, two bookes. Written in Latin by the most illustrious cardinall Bellarmine, of the Society of Iesus. And translated into English by A.B.
Bellarmino, Roberto Francesco Romolo, Saint, 1542-1621. / [1638] Of the eternall felicity of the saints fiue bookes. Writen in Latin by the most illustrious Cardinall Bellarmine, of the Society of Iesus. And translated into English by A.B. Permissu superiorum.
Bellarmino, Roberto Francesco Romolo, Saint, 1542-1621. / [Anno Domini. 1616] A most learned and pious treatise full of diuine and humane philosophy, framing a ladder, wherby our mindes may ascend to God, by the steps of his creatures. Written in Latine by the illustrous and learned Cardinall Bellarmine, of the society of Iesus. 1615. Translated into English, by T.B. gent.
Bellarmino, Roberto Francesco Romolo, Saint, 1542-1621. / [1676] Christian doctrine composed by Robert Bellarmine ; translated into better English than formerly.
Bellarmino, Roberto Francesco Romolo, Saint, 1542-1621. / [1621] The art of dying well. Deuided into tvvo books. / Written by Roberto Bellarmine of the Society of Iesus, and Cardinall. ; Translated into English for the benefit of our countreymen, by C.E. of the same Society.
Bellers, Fulk, b. 1605 or 6. / [M DC LII. 1652] Jesus Christ the mysticall or Gospell sun, sometimes seemingly eclipsed, yet never going down from his people: or, Eclipses spiritualized. Opened in a sermon at Paul's before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor, aldermen, &c. March 28. 1652. The day before the late solar eclipse. By Fulk Bellers, Master of Arts, and preacher of the Gospel in the city of London.
Bellers, John, 1654-1725. / [1697] An epistle to Friends, concerning the education of children.:
Belon, P. (Peter) / [1675] The potable balsome of life being a collection of the choicest preservatives that are extant within the three natural families of minerals, vegetables and animals, reduced into such essences and tinctures by the scientifick art of chymie ... by which the bodies which are in health may be preserved ... / published by P. Bellon ...
Belon, P. (Peter) / [1690] The reviv'd fugitive: A gallant historical novel. Dedicated to Her Highness, the Dutchess of Brunswig, Lunebourg, and Zell.
Belon, P. (Peter) / [1689] The court secret a novel / written by P.B., Gent.
Belwood, Thomas. / [Sept. 13. 1642] A remonstrance of all the proceedings, passages, or occurrences at Nottingham, Yorke, and New-Castle, from the 3. of Septemb. to the 10. First, relating the manner of a powder-plot at Nottingham against his Majesty, but discovered. Secondly, the great preparations that is making at York to defend the citie against Sir Iohn Hotham. Thirdly, what forces the Lord Strange, and the Earle of New-Castle is sending to the King. With many other passages of moment, to satisfie you of the truth of the present affaires of the kingdome.
Benbrigge, John. / [1646] Vsura accommodata, or A ready vvay to rectifie usury, in a briefe declaration hovv that evill which is so often found and justly complained to be sometimes in lending for gaine, may find a safe and certaine remedy. / By I. Benbrigge· philopolitēs. Published according to order.
Benbrigge, John. / [1645] Christ above all exalted, as in justification so in sanctification. Wherein severall passages in Dr. Crisps sermons are answered. / Delivered in a sermon at Rye, in the county of Sussex: by John Benbrigge minister of Gods Word at Ashburnham, in the same county:.
Bendish, Thomas, Sir, d. ca. 1674. / [anno, 1665] The remonstrance, or manifest of Sr Thomas Bendysh, Baronet, sent ambassador from King Charles of blessed memory, to the Grand Seignior in Constantinople, anno, 1647: To inform the world, and to remember the governour and Company of Merchants trading into the Levant Seas, of the services he hath done them, and this nation, there; which by their carriage towards him, many of them seem to have forgotten.
Benefield, Sebastian, 1559-1630. / [1615] The sinne against the Holy Ghost discouered and other Christian doctrines deliuered: in twelue sermons vpon part of the tenth chapter of the epistle to the Hebrewes. By Sebastian Benefield ...
Benefield, Sebastian, 1559-1630. / [1611] A sermon preached in St. Maries Church in Oxford, March xxiv. MDCX. at the solemnizing of the happy inauguration of our gracious soveraigne King Iames Wherein is proved that kings doe hold their kingdomes immediately from God. By Sebastian Benefield D. of Divinitie, Fellow of Corpus Christi College.
Benefield, Sebastian, 1559-1630. / [1614] Eight sermons publikely preached in the Vniversity of Oxford the second at St Peters in the East, the rest at St. Maries Church. Begunne in the yeare 1595. Decemb. XIIII. Now first published by Sebastian Benefield ...
Benefield, Sebastian, 1559-1630. / [1613] The haven of the afflicted A sermon preached in the Cathedral Church of Gloucester Aug. 10. 1613. By Sebastian Benefield Doctor of Divinity and fellow of C.C.C. in Oxford.
Benefield, Sebastian, 1559-1630. / [1628] A commentary or exposition vpon the third chapter of the prophecie of Amos Deliuered in vxii. [sic] sermons in the parish church of Meysey-Hampton in the diocesse of Glocester. By Sebastian Benefield Doctor of Diuinitie.
Benefield, Sebastian, 1559-1630. / [1629] A commentary or exposition vpon the first chapter of the prophecie of Amos Deliuered in xxi. sermons in the parish church of Meysey-Hampton in the diocesse of Glocester. By Sebastian Benefield ...
Benefield, Sebastian, 1559-1630. / [1613] A commentarie or exposition vpon the first chapter of the prophecy of Amos delivered in xxi. sermons in the parish church of Meisey Hampton in the diocesse of Gloucester, by Sebastian Benefield ... Hereunto is added a sermon vpon 1. Cor. 9.19. wherein is touched the lawfull vse of things indifferent.
Benlowes, Edward, 1603?-1676. / [1658 i.e. 1668?] On St. Paul's Cathedral represented by Mr. Dan. King Threnodia adis Paulinæ de seipsa.
Benn, William, 1600-1680. / [1683] Soul-prosperity in several sermons / by that eminent servant of Christ, Mr. William Benn ...
Bennet, Isaac. / [1643] Good and true intelligence from Reading.· Being a true relation of two late fights betweene the Parliaments forces and the mallgnants [sic]: the one neer Wallingford, where the Parliaments forces under the command of Serjeant-Major Holford slew three hundred of the malignants, whereof two captains were slain, and took 600. armes, one peece of ordnance, foure ensignes, and 80. prisoners, two captains, and seven lievtenants and serjeants. The other neer a town called Slow, with all the proceedings of his Excellencies army about Reading, from the 18. of May to the 24. Sent in a letter from Lievtenant Bennet under the command of Serjeant-Major Holford, (in the regiment of the Right Honourable the Lord Grey) to his brother in London.
Bennet, Robert, 1605-1683. / [1649] King Charle's [sic] triall justified: or, Eight objections against the same fully answered and cleared, by Scripture, law, history and reason.: Being the sum of a charge given at the last sessions held at Trewroe in the county of Cornwall, Aprill 4. 1649. / By Colonell Robert Bennet. Published by authority.
Bennett, John, fl. 1588-1623. / [1601] The hope of peace By laying open such doubts and manifest vntruthes as are divulged by the Arch-priest in his letter or answere to the bookes which were published by the priestes.
Benningfield, W. / [1642] An exceeding true relation, of a renowned victory obtained against the rebels on the 2. of May. 1642. On the north side of Tredarth.: By the discreet councell, and heroicke courage of Captaine Stutfield, and Captaine Bartlet. Who with a very small number of men slew almost sixe thousand rebels. Being the copie of a letter sent to Mr. Dudley Ratcliffe, citizen, jnhabitant at Tower-hill. Whereunto is added, the copie of another letter sent to a gentleman of worth in London, and read in the House of Commons. Jt is ordered, that this be forthwith printed Hen. Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.
Bennion, John, b. 1650 or 1. / [1681] Moses's charge to Israel's judges opened in an assise sermon preached at Salisbury, Feb. 27, 1680, before the Right Honourable Sr. Thomas Jones ... / by John Bennion ...
Bennit, William, d. 1684. / [1668] A testimony to the true light that lightens every man that comes into the world W.B.
Bennit, William, d. 1684. / [1664] A tender and unfeigned salutation of love and good-will to professors, or, A tender invitation and call unto all people in whose hearts there hath been, and still is, some true desiring and breathing after the Lord God ... from one whose tender soul (in spirit) doth travel for the prosperity of Sion ... / a friend to all people, William Bennit.
Bennit, William, d. 1684. / [1666] Some prison meditations of an humble heart given forth from a child in Israel, whose soul very dearly loveth his Heavenly Fathers children : much desiring, (and travelling in spirit for) their prosperity in the truth, even as for his own soul ... / by a sufferer for the truth in the common goal of Edmondsbury, whose earthen vessel bears the name of William Bennit.
Bennit, William, d. 1684. / [1685] A collection of certain espistles & testimonies of divine consolation, experience and doctrine written by that faithful, patient and long-suffering servant of Christ, William Bennit.
Benoît, de Canfield, 1562-1610. / [1646] A bright starre, leading to, & centering in, Christ our perfection. Or a manuell, entituled by the authour thereof, the third part of the Rule of perfection Wherein such profound mysteries are revealed, such mysterious imperfections discovered, with their perfect cures prescribed, as have not been by any before published in the English tongue: faithfully translated for the common good.
Benson, Gervase, d. 1679. / [1655] A true tryall of the ministers and ministry of England;: as also a true discovery of their root and foundation, and of the called English Church, with its honours, possessions, tythes, and maintenance. Together with the fruits of the said ministers and ministry. Published for the sake of the simple ones, that they may no longer be deceived; but may come to witnesse the altar, whereof they have no right to eat who serve at the tabernacle, Hebr. 13. 10. / Written forth by Gervase Benson.
Benson, John, gent. / [Printed in the yeare 1648] England in its condition, briefly and most lively characterized, by way of essay VVhereunto are annexed some acrosticke verses, vpon the names of severall members of the honourable House of Commons, and others, (viz.) Sir Tho. Fairfax. ...Iohn Wastell, Esquire. By Iohn Benson, Gent.
Bentall, Edward. / [1660] Basileus basileon, or, The regality of Jesus Christ, King of Zion opened, vindicated, advanced in a sermon preached at St. Maries, Oxon, Jun. 26, 1659.
Bentham, Joseph, 1594?-1671. / [1636] The saints societie Delivered in XIV. sermons, by I.B. Master in arts, and preacher of Gods word at Broughton in Northampton Shire.
Bentham, Joseph, 1594?-1671. / [1669] A disswasive from error much increased a perswasive to order much decayed / by Joseph Bentham.
Bentham, Joseph, 1594?-1671. / [1635] The Christian conflict a treatise, shewing the difficulties and duties of this conflict, with the armour, and speciall graces to be exercised by Christian souldiers. Particularly applied to magistrates, ministers, husbands, wives, parents, children, masters, servants. The case of vsury and depopulation, and the errours of antinomists occasionally also discussed. Preached in the lecture of Kettering in the county of Northampton, and with some enlargement published by Ioseph Bentham, rector of the Church of Broughton in the same county.
Bentham, Joseph, 1594?-1671. / [1657] Chorotheologon or Two breife but usefull treatises, [part 2: the nature and accidents of mixt dancing] the one touching the office and quality of the ministry of the gospell. The other of the nature and accidents of mixt dancing. In this later, the questions which concern the lawfullnesse or expediency of mixed dancing are professedly handled and resolved. By Joseph Bentham. Sometimes rector of the church of Broughton in Northampton Shire, now pastour of Neather Winchingdon, in the county of Bucks.
Bentham, Thomas, 1513-1579. / [1583?] A notable and comfortable exposition, vpon the fourth of Mathevv; concerning the tentations of Christ preached in S.Peters Church, in Oxenford; By Thomas Bentham, fellovv ov Magdalin Colledge and afterwards Vyshop of Liechfeeld and Coventrie.
Bentivoglio, Guido, 1577-1644. / [1667] Bentivolyo, or, Good will to all that are called unconformists, or, To all the people of God
Bentley, James. / [1600] The harmonie of Holie Scriptures vvith the seuerall sentences of sundry learned and vvorthy vvriters : collected for the comfort of all such as are desirous to seeke after theyr soules health / by I.B.
Bentley, Richard, 1662-1742. / [1693] A confutation of atheism from the structure and origin of human bodies. Part I a sermon preached at Saint Martin's in the Fields, May 2. 1692. Being the third of the lecture founded by the Honourable Robert Boyle, Esquire / by Richard Bentley.
Bentley, William printer at Finsbury. / [1659?] The case of the printery at Finsbury, concerning printing of the Bible ...
Bently, John. / [Printed in the yeer. 1648] A list of vvoods, under woods, timber, and trees felled, and sold out of the the King, and Queen, their Majesties forrests, chases, parks, manors, and lands: within the counties of Kent, Sussex, Surrey, Hampshire, Berks, and Middlesex, for the use and service of the Parliament, by order of the committee of the revenue, in foure years space last past. / Attested under the hands of Mr. John Bently, surveyor of his Majesties lands.
Berault, Peter. / [1690] Logick, or, The key of sciences, and the Moral science, or, The way to be happy the former directing our understanding how to reason well of all things, and the latter guiding our will to an honest and vertuous life : both very useful to learn French and English / by Peter Berault.
Berengario da Carpi, Jacopo, ca. 1460-ca. 1530. / [1664] Mikrokosmographia, or, A description of the body of man being a practical anatomy, shevving the manner of anatomizing from part to part, the like hath not been set forth in the English tongue : adorned with many demonstrative figures / long since composed in Latine by that famous J. Berengarius of Carpus, Dr. of A. & P., reader of chirurgery in the University of Bononia ; done into English by H. Jackson, chirurgeon, by whom is also added a fit Etymon to the names of the parts in their proper place.
Berkshire, Charles Howard, Earl of, ca. 1615-1679. / [1641] A true copy of the Lord Andevers two speeches to the Lords in Parliament; the one concerning the Star-Chamber; the other concerning the pacification: both which were formerly corrupted and abused by a false copy printed.
Berlu, Jo. Jacob (John Jacob) / [1690] The treasury of drugs unlock'd, or, A full and true description of all sorts of drugs and chymical preparations sold by druggists whereby you may know the place of their growth and how to distinguish the good from the bad : very useful for all gentlemen, merchants, druggists, doctors, apothecaries, chirurgeons, and their apprentices ... the whole work alphabetically digested with a compleat catalogue of all drugs, &c. / by Jo. Jacob Berlu ...
Bernard Silvestris, fl. 1136. / [1530?] Here begynneth a shorte monycyon, or counsayle of the cure & gouernaunce of a housholde accordynge vnto policy / taken out of a pystle of a great learned man called Bernarde syluestre.
Bernard, Francis, fl. 1684. / [MDCLXXXIV 1684] A Christian duty composed by B. Bernard Francis.
Bernard, John. / [1698] The lives of the Roman emperors from Domitian, where Suetonius ends, to Constantine the Great containing those of Nerva and Trajan from Dion Cassius : a translation of the six writers of the Augustéan history and those of Dioclesian and his associates from Eusebius and others by John Bernard ...
Bernard, John. / [1645] The Independents catechisme. Or Some observations gathered out of Doctor Bastvvicke his religious and learned treatise entituled Independency not Gods ordinance. For the use of all poor ignorant, wavering, and seduced independents. By John Bernard philopresbytes.
Bernard, John, Capt. / [1650] A true confutation of a fals and scandalous pamphlet, entituled, The true state of the case of Sir Iohn Gell lately published to deceiv the people, and to smother Sir John Gell's confederacie with Colonel Andrews and others, under oath of secrecie, to destroie the present government. Or a sober vindication of the Council of State, and High Court of Justice from the impudent aspersions of that pamphlet. Published to undeceiv all the well-affected of this Common-wealth. By John Bernard Gent. captain of a troop of hors in the service of the Parlament.
Bernard, John, d. 1567? / [1570] The tranquillitie of the minde A verye excellent and most comfortable oration, plainely directing euerye man, & woman, to the true tranquillitie and quyetnesse of their minde. Compyled in Latine by Iohn Barnarde, student in the Vniuersity of Cambridge, now lately translated into Englishe by Anthony Marten.
Bernard, Nicholas, d. 1661. / [1642] The whole proceedings of the siege of Drogheda in Ireland, vvith a thankfull remembrance for its wonderfull delivery. Raised with Gods speciall assistance by the prayers, and sole valour of the besieged, with a relation of such memorable passages as have falne out there, and in the parts neer adjoyning since this late rebellion. Written by Nicholas Bernard, Deane of Ardagh in Ireland.
Bernard, Nicholas, d. 1661. / [1641] The penitent death of a vvoefull sinner. Or, the penitent death of John Atherton executed at Dublin the 5. of December. 1640. With some annotations upon severall passages in it. As also the sermon, with some further enlargements, preached at his buriall. / By Nicholas Barnard Deane of Ardagh in Ireland.
Bernard, Nicholas, d. 1661. / [1660?] A letter of Dr. Bernards to a friend of his at court
Bernard, Nicholas, d. 1661. / [1660] Devotions of the ancient church in seaven pious prayers with seaven administrations. Collected for a private use, and now at the desire of some judicious persons, made publick.
Bernard, of Clairvaux, Saint, 1090 or 91-1153. / [1614] Saint Bernard his Meditations: or Sighes, sobbes, and teares, vpon our sauiours passion in memoriall of his death. Also his Motiues to mortification, with other meditations.
Bernard, of Clairvaux, Saint, 1090 or 91-1153. / [1633] A rule of good life: written by the mellifluous doctor S. Bernard (monke and abbot of the holie order of S. Benet) especiallie for virgins, and other religious woemen; and may profitably be read likewise by all others, that aspire to Christian perfection. Faithfully translated into English by the R. Father Antonie Batt, monke of the holie order afore-said, of the Congregation of England
Bernard, of Clairvaux, Saint, 1090 or 91-1153. / [1677] A mirror that flatters not, or, A looking-glass for all new-converts to whatsoever perswasion, Roman-Catholicks, Conformists, or Non-conformists : that is, certain sermons of St. Bernard translated into English ... : together with a preface of the translator to all new-converts ...
Bernard, of Clairvaux, Saint, 1090 or 91-1153. / [Imprynted in the yere of our lorde god. M.CCCCC.xxxi. 1531] Here begynneth a goodly treatyse, and it is called a notable lesson, otherwyse it is called the golden pystle.
Bernard, Richard, 1568-1641. / [1616] A weekes worke, and a worke for every weeke by R.B.
Bernard, Richard, 1568-1641. / [1613] Two twinnes: or Two parts of one portion of scripture. I. Is of catechising. II. Of the ministers maintenance. By Richard Barnard, preacher of the word of worship in Nottinghamshire
Bernard, Richard, 1568-1641. / [1641] A threefold treatise of the Sabbath distinctly divided into the patriarchall, mosaicall, Christian Sabbath : for the better clearing and manifestation of the truth ... / by Richard Bernard ...
Bernard, Richard, 1568-1641. / [1609] The sinners safetie, if heere hee looke for assurance by Richard Barnerd ...
Bernard, Richard, 1568-1641. / [1661] A short view of the prelatical church of England laid open in ten sections by way of quere and petition to the High and Honourable Court of Parliament, the several heads whereof are set down in the next two pages / written a little before the fall of that hierarchie, about the year 1641, by Iohn Barnard, sometime minister of Batcomb in Somerset-shire ; whereunto is added The anatomy of The common-prayer.
Bernard, Richard, 1568-1641. / [1621] The seaven golden candlestickes Englands honour. The great mysterie of Gods mercie yet to come. With peace to the pure in heart aduising to vnitie among our selues. By Richard Bernard, minister at Batcombe in Somersetshire.
Bernard, Richard, 1568-1641. / [1628] Ruths recompence: or a commentarie vpon the booke of Ruth wherein is shewed her happy calling out of her owne country and people, into the fellowship and society of the Lords inheritance: her vertuous life and holy carriage amongst them: and then, her reward in Gods mercy, being by an honourable marriage made a mother in Israel: deliuered in seuerall sermons, the briefe summe whereof is now published for the benefit of the Church of God. By Richard Bernard ...
Bernard, Richard, 1568-1641. / [1626] Rhemes against Rome: or, The remoouing of the gagg of the new Gospell, and rightly placing it in the mouthes of the Romists, by the Rhemists in their English translation of the Scriptures. Which counter-gagg is heere fitted by the industrious hand of Richard Bernard ...
Bernard, Richard, 1568-1641. / [1635] The ready way to good works, or, A treatise of charitie wherein, besides many other things, is shewed how wee may bee alwayes readie, and prepared both in affection and action to give cheerefully to the poor and to pious uses never heretofore published. By Richard Bernard, rector of the Parish of Batcombe in Sommerset-shire.
Bernard, Richard, 1568-1641. / [1610] Plaine euidences The Church of England is apostolicall, the separation schismaticall. Directed against Mr. Ainsworth the Separatist, and Mr. Smith the Se-baptist: both of them seuerally opposing the booke called the Separatists schisme. By Richard Bernard, preacher of the word of God at Worsop. ... Set out by authoritie. Anno. 1610.
Bernard, Richard, 1568-1641. / [1617] A key of knowledge for the opening of the secret mysteries of St Iohns mysticall Reuelation. By Ric: Bernard ... The contents ar in the next page before the booke
Bernard, Richard, 1568-1641. / [1612] Iosuahs godly resolution in conference with Caleb, touching houshold gouernement for well ordering a familie With a twofold catechisme for instruction of youth; the first short, for the weaker sort, set forth in sixe principall points; the latter large for other of greater growth, and followeth the order of the common authorized catechisme, and is an explanation thereof: both set forth for the benefit of his Christian friends and wel-willers. by Richard Bernard preacher of Gods word, at Woorksoppe in Nottingam-shire.
Bernard, Richard, 1568-1641. / [1630.] Good Christian looke to thy creede : for a true triall of an holy profession, and of the truth of religion, from all crooked by-paths. / By Richard Bernard rector of Batcombe in Sumersetshire..
Bernard, Richard, 1568-1641. / [1621] The good mans grace. Or His stay in all distresse. By Ric. Bernard
Bernard, Richard, 1568-1641. / [1607] The faithfull shepheard the shepheards faithfulnesse: wherein is for the matter largely, but for the maner, in few words, set forth the excellencie and necessitie of the ministerie; a ministers properties and dutie; his entrance into this function and charge; how to begin fitly to instruct his people; catechising and preaching; and a good plaine order and method therein: not so as yet published ... By Richard Bernard, preacher of Gods Word.
Bernard, Richard, 1568-1641. / [1642] An epistle directed to all iustices of peace in England and Wales.:
Bernard, Richard, 1568-1641. / [1607] A double catechisme one more large, following the order of the common authorized catechisme, and an exposition thereof: now this second time published: the other shorter for the weaker sort: both set forth for the benefit of Christian friends and wel-willers. By Richard Bernard, Master of Arts, and preacher of Gods word at Worsop in Nottingham-shire.
Bernard, Richard, 1568-1641. / [1610] Contemplative pictures with wholesome precepts. The first part: Of God. Of the diuell. Of goodnesse. Of badnesse. Of heauen: and of hell. By Richard Bernard.
Bernard, Richard, 1568-1641. / [1630] The common catechisme with a commentary therevpon, by questions and answers, following the verie words, as they lie in their order without alteration. A profitable way, as also verie easie, and so likewise pleasant both to the teacher and learner, as by experience will be found true. By Richard Bernard, pastor at Batcomb.
Bernard, Richard, 1568-1641. / [1631] Christian see to thy conscience or a treatise of the nature, the kinds and manifold differences of conscience, all very briefly, and yet more fully laid open then hitherto by Richard Bernard, parson of Batcombe in Somerset-Shire. Anno 1630.
Bernard, Richard, 1568-1641. / [1608] Christian advertisements and counsels of peace Also disswasions from the separatists schisme, commonly called Brownisme, which is set apart from such truths as they take from vs and other reformed churches, and is nakedly discouered, that so the falsitie thereof may better be discerned, and so iustly condemned and wisely auoided. Published, for the benefit of the humble and godlie louer of the trueth. By Richard Bernard, preacher of Gods word.
Bernard, Richard, 1568-1641. / [1629] The Bible-battells. Or The sacred art military For the rightly wageing of warre according to Holy Writ. Compiled for the vse of all such valiant worthies, and vertuously valerous souldiers, as vpon all iust occasions be ready to affront the enemies of God, our king, and country. By Ric. Bernard rector of Batcombe Somersetshire.
Bernard, Samuel, 1590 or 91-1657. / [1652] Ezekiel's prophesie parallel'd: or, The desire of the eyes taken away Delivered in a sermon, preach'd at the funerals of the most virtuous Mrs Elizabeth Cole, wife to Robert Cole Esquire, at Wye in Kent, Nov. 26. MDCLI. By Samuel Barnard, Doctor in Divinity.
Bernières Louvigny, Monsieur de, (Jean), 1602-1659. / [1684] The interiour Christian, or, The interiour conformity which Christians ought to have with Jesus Christ divided into eight books, which contain most divine meditations, extracted out of the writings of a great servant of God of this age / translated out of the 12th edition in French.
Berry, Richard. / [1672] A sermon upon the Epiphany preach't at Christ-Church in the city of Dublin, 1672 by Richard Berry ...
Berzetti, Nicolas. / [1613] The practice of meditating with profit The misteries of our Lord, the Blessed Vergin & saints. Gathered out of diuers good authors, and published by the very Reuerend Master Iohn Alberto Buronzo, chanon of the cathedral church of Verselles. Reuiued and augmented by the same author, & translated into English by a Father of the Societie of Iesus.
Best, William, fl. 1635. / [M. DC. XXXV 1635] The churches plea for her right, or, A reply to an answer made of Mr. Iohn Paget against William Best and others wherein the maine points of our present differences are handled and the principall causes of our troubles declared / published by William Best.
Betham, John, d. 1709. / [1686] A sermon preach'd before the King and Queen in Their Majesties chappel at St. James, upon the Annunciation of our Blessed Lady, March 25, 1686 by Jo. Betham ...
Betham, John, d. 1709. / [1687] A sermon of the Epiphany preached in the Queen Dowagers chappel at Somerset-House, upon Twelfth Day, January the 6th. 1686. By John Betham, Doctor of Sorbon, and preacher in ordinary to his Majesty. Published by Her Majesties command.
Betham, John, d. 1709. / [1693] A brief treatise of education, with a particular respect to the children of great personages. : For the use of His Royal Highness, the Prince. / By John Bettam, D.F.S. and tutor to His Highness.
Bethel, Hugh. / [Decemb. 25. 1648] Col: Bethels letter to His Excellence the Lord Fairfax, concerning the surrender of Scarbrough Castle, on Tuesday, Decemb. 19. 1648. Together, with a true copy of the articles for the rendition thereof, and the result of the Councell of War concerning the same.
Bethel, Slingsby, 1617-1697. / [1659] A true and impartial narrative of the most material debates and passages in the late Parliament.: Together with the rise and disolution of it, published for the satisfaction of those that desire to know how they spent their time. By a Member of that Parliament, who is none of the present Parliament.
Bethel, Slingsby, 1617-1697. / [1689] Observations on the letter written by the Duke of Buckingham to Sir Thomas Osborn, upon the reading of a book called The present interest of England stated written in a letter to a friend.
Betterton, Thomas, 1635?-1710. / [ca. 1700] The royal conquest, or, the happy success against a potent enemy. As it was sung in the prophetess at the Queens Theatre. To a new play-house tune. Licensed according to order
Bettris, Jeane. / [Printed the second time, 1657] Spiritual discoveries to the overthrow of popery root and branch. Shewing that I. The steeplehouse is no church ... / By a waiter in Israel, and one of the New Covenanters ...
Bettris, Jeane. / [1657] A lamentation for the deceived people of the world. But in particular to them of Alesbury, and those small villages round about her; who are carried away captive by her priests and teachers, laden with sins, ever learning, and never able to come to the knowledge of the truth, nor never will, but by the owning the light which comes from the Son of God, the Saviour of all them that believe in the light, and the condemnation of all that hate it.
Betts, Robert, d. 1656. / [1646] A body of divinity with fundamentall scriptures, drawn into a table: / by Robert Betts, preacher of the Gospel at Swanscombe in Kent.
Beuningen, Koenraad van, 1622-1693. / [M DC LXXXIX 1689] The French king's dream,: which he had in his coach going to Marly : together with its explication / by the Sieur Van Beuninghen, late ambassadour from the States General here in England. ; Licens'd November 22. 1689. J.F.
Beverley, Thomas. / [1690?] The wonderful confirmation of the succession of the kingdom of Christ at 1697 deriv'd from the 42 moons of the Beast, then ending : given by prophecy so as to be calculated according to the famous cycle of the moon, styl'd the Golden Number, found out first by the famous Athenian astronomer Meton, about the year of the world 3574, embraced by the fathers of the Nicene Council about the year of our Lord 325, for the setting their antipaschal or Easter, supposited to the true Christian paschal of the Lord's Supper and the Lord's Day ordained by Christ / digested into these propositions following.
Beverley, Thomas. / [1688/9. 1689] The voice from heaven, come out of Babylon, my people; demonstrated to mean the coming out of the present papal Rome, and it's communion And herewith a solemn proof is given that the Papacy can survive, but eight years in the principality it yet retains. Enforced by a preface. Adjusted to the present illustrious appearances of God in the world, and particularly in this nation. By T. Beverley.
Beverley, Thomas. / [1691] The universal Christian doctrine of the Day of Judgment applied to the doctrine of the thousand years kingdom of Christ (herein guided by Mr. Baxter's Reply) to vindicate it from all objections ... / by Thomas Beverley ...
Beverley, Thomas. / [1693] The true state of Gospel truth, established upon the free election of God in Christ the agreement, and yet difference between law and Gospel, so, that the Gospel cannot be stiled law : the inconditionateness of the Gospel salvation : the procedure of the day of judgment : in the way of a conciliatory discourse upon Mr. Williams his concessions / by T. Beverley.
Beverley, Thomas. / [1695] A solemn perswasion to most earnest prayer for the revival of the work of God bringing forth the kingdom of Christ, whenever it appears declining under his indignation, whether in our own souls, in the nation to which we belong, in the churches of Christ throughout : upon occasion of the late stroke of divine displeasure in the death of the Queen of so blessed remembrance / by T. Beverley.
Beverley, Thomas. / [1692] Tidings of peace, or, Acure [sic] for the many evills that happen in the world about religion in a discourse of the new Jerusalem ...
Beverley, Thomas. / [1692] A sermon upon Revel. II, 11, &c. summoning the expectation of the witnesses rising and of the great concurrent works daily shewing forth themselves, and to be compleat by 1697 : together with the surprizing confirmations of the line of time and the 1260 days of years ending 1697 ... / by T. Beverley.
Beverley, Thomas. / [1687] A sermon of the true, spiritual transubstantiation, oppos'd to the gross, carnal, imaginary transubstantiation wherein the true meaning of the Lord's Supper is opened, in order to a constant, habitual and actual preparation to it / by Beverley.
Beverley, Thomas. / [1684] A Scripture-line of time drawin in brief from the lapsed creation to the restitution of all things ... / by T. Beverley.
Beverley, Thomas. / [MDCXCVIII 1698] A review of what God hath been pleased to do this year, according to prophecy and particularly near the 23d of the month we stile August : in the general peace, and the Muscovian and imperial victories over the Turks : with a most humble apology and defence concerning the falling short of events, of what was expected according to the interpretation of that sure word of prophecy / by T. Beverley.
Beverley, Thomas. / [1683] The principles of Protestant truth and peace in four treatises : viz. the true state of liberty of conscience, in freedom from penal laws and church-censures, the obligations to national true religion, the nature of scandal, paricularly as it relates to indifferent things, a Catholick catechism, shewing the true grounds upon which the Catholick religion is ascertained / by Tho. Beverley ...
Beverley, Thomas. / [1690?] Positions: containing a full account of a Scripture-line of time, in the whole, and from joynt to joynt; together with a judgment according to Scripture prophecy on the present Turkish affairs.
Beverley, Thomas. / [1690] The pattern of the divine temple, sanstuary [sic], and city of the New Jerusalem measured according to Ezekiels last and greatest vision, chap. 40 to the end ... : designed as a preface to two late treatises, viz. The prophetic history of the Reformation, and The grand apocalyptick vision of the witnesses, rising and ascending ... / by Tho. Beverley ...
Beverley, Thomas. / [1697] The parable of the ten virgins in its peculiar relation to the coming and glorious kingdom of our Lord Jesus Christ opened according to the analogy of the whole parable, and of Scripture in general, and practically applied for exercising all the churches to holy watchfulness ... : with an apology for the hope of the kingdom of Christ appearing within this appriaching year 1697 ... presented to the notice and examination of the arch-bishops and bishops now in Parliament assembled / by T. Beverley.
Beverley, Thomas. / [1696] A memorial of the kingdom of our Lord Jesus Christ near approaching declaring according to prophecy, and advising upon the state of princes and nations, and of these nations in particular, what our Israel ought to do, in order to it, most humbly, and yet with the authority of sacred prophecy, presented to the King, and to the Queen, and to the high court of Parliament, and to all the judges of the nation / by T. Beverley ...
Beverley, Thomas. / [1698] A most humble representation in a further review, erecting a pillar of praise in acknowledgement of what God hath been pleased to do in this last remarkable year with reasons from thence of expectation of a happy revolution in the rising of the suffering witnesses of Christ, or Protestants in France, &c., the fall of the Papal and Ottoman state, and the beginning of the Kingdom of Christ in the world ...
Beverley, Thomas. / [1694] The loss of the soul the irreparable loss, opened and demonstrated ... in a sermon, on Matt. XVI, 26 / by T. Beverley.
Beverley, Thomas. / [1689] The late great revolution in this nation argued according to Rev. 17. 16. 17., to be duely ascribed to the supreme spirit now about to move in the fulfilling all prophecy, the earnest of which is vouch-saf'd to us in this so wonderful change, in pursuance of a discourse published twelve months past, viz, The command of God to come out of Babylon : wherein is more fully proved the [now] Roman Communion is intended and that the words of God will be fulfilled concerning the present state of the papacy in its expiration, and the hatred of the whore, 1697 / by Beverley.
Beverley, Thomas. / [1689] The kingdom of Jesus Christ entering its succession at 1697, according to a calendar of time drawn by the four monarchies, and by the time, times, half time allowed to the papacy, and the ten kingdoms, as the last state of the Roman, or fourth monarchy then ending : given in Daniel, and expounded by the Revelation in content with all history, and carrying on the scripture line of time / by T. Beverley ...
Beverley, Thomas. / [1690?] An humble remonstrance concerning some additional confirmations of the Kingdom of Christ to be in its succession 1697 rising from further light in prophecy.
Beverley, Thomas. / [1675] The great soul of man, or, The soul in its likeness to God, its nature, operations and everlasting state discoursed. / By Tho. Beverley.
Beverley, Thomas. / [1694] The great charter for the interpretation of all prophecy of Scripture, and of the times defined by it: Pleaded, in justification of what hath been written thereupon, against the several imputations of curiosity, groundless presumption, phantastry, or enthusiasm.
Beverley, Thomas. / [1700] The good hope through grace the jubilee of the kingdom of Christ shall come upon the counterfeit jubilee of Rome, and before the end of the following year 1700, shall begin to bring under desolation that great city and its papacy : therein uniting the year 1697 with 1700 according to prophecy / humbly presented to the faith and prayers of all sincere Protestants by T. Beverley.
Beverley, Thomas. / [1670] The general inefficacy and insincerity of a late or death-bed repentance with earnestest disswasives from committing our eternal condition, to that infinite hazard, and a full resolution of the case, how far a death-bed repentance is possible, to be sincere and effectual.
Beverley, Thomas. / [1692] An exposition of the divine standard of prayer, styl'd the Lord's Prayer of the preface, conclnsion [sic], and of every petition of it, as of the prayer of the kingdom of Messiah, the Lord Jesus Christ / by T. Beverley.
Beverley, Thomas. / [1693] Evangelical repentance unto salvation not to be repented of upon 2 Cor. 7, 10 ; and as most seasonable, Short considerations on that great context Hebr. 12, 26, "Yet once more I shake not only Earth, &c." : upon the solemn occasion of the late dreadful earthquake in Jamaica and the later monitory motion of the earth in London, and other parts of the nation and beyond the sea ; whereunto is adjoined a discourse on death-bed repentance, on Luc. 22, 39 / by T. Beverly.
Beverley, Thomas. / [1685] A disquisition upon our Saviour's sanction of tithes, Matth. 23, 23 and Luke 11, 42 wherein that whole case is most impartially stated and resolved according to express scripture for the satisfaction of all scruples.
Beverley, Thomas. / [1694] A discourse upon the powers of the world to come, or, The miraculous powers of the Gospel, and kingdom of our Lord Jesus Christ and their certain return at the kingdom of Christ in its succession / by T. Beverley.
Beverley, Thomas. / [1668] A discourse of the judgments of God composed for the present times against atheism and prophaneness.
Beverley, Thomas. / [printed in the year, 1692] A demonstrative Scripture-proof from Mahometan times the kingdom of Christ must needs be in its succession, 1697. By T. Beverley.
Beverley, Thomas. / [1690] A conciliatoy [sic] judgment concerning Dr. Crisp's sermons and Mr. Baxter's dissatisfactions in them by T. Beverley.
Beverley, Thomas. / [1692] A conciliatory discourse upon Dr. Crisp's sermons on the observation of Mr. William's dissatisfactions in them : in which the unsearchable riches of Christ ... / by T. Beverley.
Beverley, Thomas. / [1688] The command of God to his people to come out of Babylon, Revel. 18. 4, demonstrated to mean the coming out of the present papal Rome with a most earnest perswasive to all to come out who are in it, ...
Beverley, Thomas. / [1696] Christianity, the great mystery in answer to a late treatise, Christianity not mysterious, that is, not above, not contrary to reason : in opposition to which is asserted Christianity is above created reason in its pure estate and contrary to humane reason as fallen and corrupted, and therefore, in proper sense mystery : together with a post[s]cript letter to the author on his second edition enlarg'd / by T.B.
Beverley, Thomas. / [1692] A chain of principles concerning the thousand years kingdom of Christ against the Seni-Sadducism of the apostasie that denyes that kingdom humbly offered by way of appeal to all Christians, especially to the pastors and doctors of the churches, that if there be error in any of the principles, or weakness in the concatenation, it may be publickly testified and convinced, for all is founded on express Scripture, compar'd and reason'd from according to Acts 17.3.
Beverley, Thomas. / [1683] A Catholick catechism shewing the impossibility the Catholick religion should be varied to the degree of a thought, from the measures left sealed by the apostles, without the loss of truth, and therefore the impossibility popery, or whatever else is not found in Scripture, should be Catholick : composed to the capacity of the meanest that will but consider, that they may know and be ready upon unmovable reasons, to give an apologie or defensive answer for the Catholick religion, if they are indeed of it, and be secured from temptation in times of danger.
Beverley, Thomas. / [1690] The catechism of the kingdom of our Lord Jesus Christ in the thousand years shewing by scripure that the great articles of the redemption, the resurrection, the mystery of the saints not dying but chang'd, the judgment, the delivery up of the kingdom to God all in all cannot be explained at full dimensions without it.
Beverley, Thomas. / [1690] A brief view of the state of mankind in the first Adam and the second Adam being the sum of many larger discourses upon that great context of the redemption and mediation of Jesus Christ / by T. Beverley.
Beverley, Thomas. / [1693] The blessing of Moses on the tribe of Asher opened and applyed in a mystical and spiritual sense, to every saint, and servant of Christ in a sermon on Deut. 33.25 ... / by T. Beverley.
Beverley, Thomas. / [1700] An appendix to a discourse of indictions and to a newly publish'd discourse of the jubilee of the kingdom of Christ.
Beverley, Thomas. / [1691] An appeal most humble yet most earnestly by the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ, and our gathering together unto him, even adjuring the consideration of the most contrary minded who love his appearing concerning the Scripture on due compare, speaking expresly, or word for word : of the thousand years state of the saints, the dead raised first, and of the living, the remaining chang'd in it : and of the wicked-dead-raised, the Gog Magog under it / by T.B.
Beverley, Thomas. / [1697] An apology for the hope of the Kingdom of Christ appearing within this approaching year, 1697 wherein some of the principal arguments for such an expectation are briefly couch'd and the greater objections answered : presented to the notice and examination of the arch-bishops and bishops now in Parliament assembled / by T. Beverley.
Bewick, John, d. 1671. / [1660] An answer to a Quakers seventeen heads of queries, containing in them seventy-seven questions. Wherein sundry scriptures out of the prophets and apostles are cleared: the maintenance of ministers by tithes is by scripture fullly [sic] vindicated: several cases of conscience are resolved: several points of Christian religion are confirmed; parochial churches, and the practises of some things in these our English churches are throughly justified: the Grand Antichrist with the heretical antichrists are decyphered and parallelled. By John Bewick minister of the Gospel, and rector of the parish church of Stanhop in Weredale in the county of Durham.
Bèze, Théodore de, 1519-1605. / [Anno. 1588] Two very lerned sermons of M. Beza, togither with a short sum of the sacrament of the Lordes Supper: Wherevnto is added a treatise of the substance of the Lords Supper, wherin is breflie and soundlie discussed the p[r]incipall points in controuersie, concerning that question. By T.W.
Bèze, Théodore de, 1519-1605. / [1562?] The second oration of Master Theodore de Beze, minister of the holy gospel, made and pronounced at Poussy, in the open assemblye of [ye] prelates of Fraunce, in the prese[n]ce of the Quene, mother, and princes of the bloud ryal. The. xxvi. day of Septe[m]ber. Anno. 1561.
Bèze, Théodore de, 1519-1605. / [Anno Dom. 1591] Propositions and principles of diuinitie propounded and disputed in the vniuersitie of Geneua, by certaine students of diuinitie there, vnder M. Theod. Beza, and M. Anthonie Faius ... Wherein is contained a methodicall summarie, or epitome of the common places of diuinitie. Translated out of Latine into English, to the end that the causes, both of the present dangers of that Church, and also of the troubles of those that are hardlie dealt vvith els-vvhere, may appeare in the English tongue.
Bèze, Théodore de, 1519-1605. / [1579] A little catechisme, that is to saye, a short instruction touching Christian religion set forth by Theodorus Beza ...
Bèze, Théodore de, 1519-1605. / [Anno. 1578] A little catechisme, that is to say, a short instruction touching christian religion, set forth by Theodorus Beza Minister of the Church of God in Geneua.
Bèze, Théodore de, 1519-1605. / [Anno. 1578] An euident display of Popish practises, or patched Pelagianisme. Wherein is mightelie cleared the soueraigne truth of Gods eternall predestination, the stayd groundworke of oure most assured safetie by Christ. Written in Latin by that reuerend father, mayster Theodore Beza, and now lately Englished by VV.H. preacher of the Gospell.
Bèze, Théodore de, 1519-1605. / [1582?] A discourse, of the true and visible markes of the Catholique Churche vvritten by M. Theod. Beza. Vezelius.
Bèze, Théodore de, 1519-1605. / [Anno Domini. 1564. Nouembris. 4.] A discourse wrytten by M. Theodore de Beza, conteyning in briefe the historie of the life and death of Maister Iohn Caluin with the testament and laste will of the saide Caluin, and the catalogue of his bookes that he hath made. Turned out of Frenche into Englishe, by I.S. In the yeare of our Lorde. M.D.LXIIII. Seene and allowed according to the order appointed in the Queenes Maiesties iniunctions.
Bèze, Théodore de, 1519-1605. / [1582] Christian meditations vpon eight Psalmes of the prophet Dauid. Made and newly set forth by Theodore Beza. Translated out of French, for the common benefite, into the vulgare tongue by I.S.
Bèze, Théodore de, 1519-1605. / [Ano. 1574] A booke of Christian questions and answers Wherein are set foorth the cheef points of the Christian religion ... A worke right necessary and profitable for all such as shal haue to deale vvith the capious quarelinges of the vvrangling aduersaries of Gods truthe. Written in Latin by the lerned clerke Theodore Beza Vezelius, and newly translated into English by Arthur Golding.
Bèze, Théodore de, 1519-1605. / [1580] The other parte of Christian questions and answeares which is concerning the sacraments, writte[n] by Theodore Beza Vezelian: to which is added a large table of the same questions. Translated out of Latine into Englishe by Iohn Field.
Bèze, Théodore de, 1519-1605. / [1603] Maister Bezaes houshold prayers translated out of French into English.
Bèze, Théodore de, 1519-1605. / [ca. 1585] The iudgement of a most reuerend and learned man from beyond the seas concerning a threefold order of bishops, with a declaration of certaine other waightie points, concerning the discipline and gouernement of the Church.
Bèze, Théodore de, 1519-1605. / [1561] Ane oration made by Master Theodore de Beze, minister of the word of God, accompanyed with. xi. other ministers and. xx. deputies of the refourmed churches of the realme of Fraunce, in the presence of the king, ... Tuesday the ix. day of September, 1561, in the noonnery of Poyssy. Truely gathered and set forth in suct sort as it was spoken by the said de Beze. Whereunto is added a brief declaration exhibited by the said Beze, to the Quene the mother, the next morowe after the making of the said oration, touching certain poyntes conteyned in the same
Bédé de la Gormandière, Jean. / [1619] The masse displayed. VVritten in French by Mr Iohn Bede, advocate to the Parliament of Paris, and now translated into English
Béguin, Jean. / [1669] Tyrocinium chymicum, or, Chymical essays acquired from the fountain of nature and manual experience / by John Beguinus ...