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Boaistuau, Pierre, d. 1566. / [1663] The theatre of the world in the which is discoursed at large the many miseries and frailties incident to mankinde in this mortall life : with a discourse of the excellency and dignity of mankinde, all illustrated and adorned with choice stories taken out of both Christian and heathen authors ... / being a work of that famous French writer, Peter Bovistau Launay, in three distinct books ; formerly translated into Spanish by Baltazar Peres del Castillo ; and now into English by Francis Farrer ...
Boaistuau, Pierre, d. 1566. / [1615.] Theater dv mond sef ivv. Gorsedd y byd lle i gellir gvveled trueni a lefcnid noran y corph ai o-didavvgrvvydd [sic] o ran yr enaid, a scrifenvvyd gynt yn y Phrangaeg ag a gyfiathvvyd i'r gymraeg drvvy lafyr Rosier Smyth o dref lanelvvy athravv o theologyddiaeth..
Boate, Arnold, 1600?-1653? / [1642] A remonstrance of divers remarkable passages and proceedings of our army in the kingdome of Ireland, being an extract of a letter, sent out of Dublin from Doctor Arnold Boat, doctor to the state, and Physitian Generall to the army, to his brother Doctor Gerard Boat, doctor to the Kings Majestie, living in Aldermanburie. As also the certaine death of Sir Charles Coote, and the manner thereof. May 18. Ordered to be printed and published.
Boate, Arnold, 1600?-1653? / [1651] The character of a trulie vertuous and pious woman as it hath been acted by Mistris Margaret Dungan (vvife to Doctor Arnold Boate) in the constant course of her whole life, which she finished at Paris, 17 Aprilis 1651.
Bocalini, jun. / [1661] Iö Carole, or, An extract of a letter sent from Parnassus wherein are contained severall epigrames, odes, &c upon His Majesty's coronation.
Boccaccio, Giovanni, 1313-1375. / [Anno Domini. 1567] A pleasaunt disport of diuers noble personages: written in Italian by M. Iohn Bocace Florentine and poet laureat: in his boke vvhich is entituled Philocopo. And nowe Englished by H. G.
Boccaccio, Giovanni, 1313-1375. / [ca. 1640] The pleasant and sweet history of patient Grissell Shewing how she from a poore mans daughter, came to be a great lady in France, being a petterne for all vertuous vvomen. Translated out of Italian.
Boccaccio, Giovanni, 1313-1375. / [1619] The antient, true, and admirable history of patient Grisel a poore mans daughter in France: shewing, how maides, by her example, in their good behauiour may marrie rich husbands: and likewise, wiues by their patience and obedience may gaine much glorie. Written first in French. And therefore to French I speake and giue direction. For English dames will liue in no subiection. But now translated into English. Therefore say not so. For English maids and wiues surpasse the French, in goodnesse of their liues.
Boccaccio, Giovanni, 1313-1375. / [1587] Amorous Fiammetta VVherein is sette downe a catologue [sic] of all an singuler passions of loue and iealosie, incident to an enamored yong gentlewoman, with a notable caueat for all women to eschewe deceitfull and wicked loue, by an apparant example of a Neapolitan lady, her approued & long miseries, and wyth many sounde dehortations from the same. First wrytten in Italian by Master Iohn Boccace, the learned Florentine, and poet laureat. And now done into English by B. Giouano del M. Temp. With notes in the margine, and with a table in the ende of the cheefest matters contayned in it.
Bodley, Thomas, Sir, 1545-1613. / [1647] The life of Sr Thomas Bodley, the honourable founder of the publique library in the Vniversity of Oxford. / VVritten by himselfe.
Boece, Hector, 1465?-1536. / [il di primo di gennaio. M.D.LXXXVIII. 1588] Descrittione del regno di Scotia, et delle isole sue adiacenti di Petruccio Vbaldini cittadin Fiorentino. Nella quale si descriuono i confini di ciascuna prouincia, & i luoghi che visono, & le cose piu degne di memoria, che visi trouano tanto naturali, quanto marauigliose
Boemus, Johannes. / [1555] The fardle of facions conteining the aunciente maners, customes, and lawes, of the peoples enhabiting the two partes of the earth, called Affrike and Asia.
Boemus, Johannes. / [f1554] The discription of the contrey of Aphrique the fyrst part of the worlde, with the cituation of al the countreys together, with the perticuler maners lawes, and ceremonies, of dyuers people inhabityng in the same part. Translated out of Frenche into Englyshe by Wyllyam Prat of London, the fyrst daye of the newe yere, M.CCCCC.LIIII. Rede it dylygently, marke it perfectly, reuolue it thorowly, beare it equally, beholde the auctours simplicitie, and prayse God almyghty.
Boethius, d. 524. / [1654] De consolatione, Anglo-Latine expressus per S.E.M.
Boethius, d. 524. / [1695] Anicius Manlius Severinus Boetius, Of the consolation of philosophy in five books / made English and illustrated with notes by the Right Honourable Richard, Lord Viscount Preston.
Bogan, Zachary, 1625-1659. / [1653] Meditations of the mirth of a Christian life. And the vaine mirth of a wicked life, with the sorrovves of it. / By Zach: Bogan of C.C.C. Oxon.
Bogerman, Johannes, 1576-1637. / [1625.] The godly and Christian decease of the illustrious and high-borne Prince, Mauritius of Nassau, Prince of Orange, of happy memory. For the comfort and edification of all true Christians. / First written in Dutch, by master Iohn Bogerman, minister of the word of God, at Leeuwarden: and now translated into English..
Bohemia (Kingdom). / [1619.] Newes from Bohemia. An apologie made by the states of the Kingdome of Bohemia, shewing the reasons why those of the reformed religion were moued to take armes, for the defence of the king and themselues, especially against the dangerous sect of Iesuites. With a plaine declaration, that those who belong unto the monasteries and ecclesiasticall iurisdiction (according unto his Maiesties letters, and agreements made betweene that states of the reformed religion and the Papists) haue good right, as being subjects of the Imperiall Maiestie, to the peaceable exercise of their diuine seruice, and building of churches. / Translated out of Dutch into Latine, and thence into English by Will. Philip..
Bohemia (Kingdom). Sovereign (1619-1620 : Frederick I) / [M.D.C.XX. 1620] The declaration and information of the high and puissant King of Bohemia, against the vniust mandates published in the name of the Emperour as also against those that are further threatned to be decreed and executed, touching the Crowne of Bohemia.
Böhme, Jakob, 1575-1624. / [1647] XL. questions concerning the soule·: Propounded by Dr. Balthasar Walter· And answered, by Jacob Behmen. Aliàs Teutonicus Philosophus. And in his answer to the first question is the turned eye, or, philosophick globe. (Which in it selfe containeth all mysteries) with an exposition of it. VVritten in the Germane language. Anno. 1620.
Böhme, Jakob, 1575-1624. / [1655] Concerning the election of grace. Or Of Gods will towards man. Commonly called predestination.: That is, how the texts of Scripture are to be understood which treat of fallen lost Adam, and of the new birth from Christ. Being a short declaration and introduction concerning the highest ground, shewing how man may attain divine skill and knowledge. Written in the German tongue, anno 1623. / By Jacob Behme. Teutonicus philosophus.
Bohun, Edmund, 1645-1699. / [1693] A brief, but most true relation of the late barbarous and bloody plot of the negro's [sic] in the island of Barbado's [sic] on Friday the 21. of October, 1692. To kill the governour and all the planters, and to destroy the government there established, and to set up a new governour and government of their own. In a letter to a friend
Bohun, Edmund, 1645-1699. / [1682] An address to the free-men and free-holders of the nation.
Boileau Despréaux, Nicolas, 1636-1711. / [1682] Le Lutrin an heroick poem / written originally in French by Monsieur Boileau ; made English by N. O.
Boisrobert, sieur de (François Le Métel), 1592-1662. / [1657] The Indian history of Anaxander and Orazia wherein are mingled the adventures of Alcidaris of Cambaya, and the loves of Piroxenus / written in French by Monsieur de Boys-Robert ; and translated into English by W.G., Esq. ...
Bold, Henry, 1627-1683. / [1661] St. Georges Day sacred to the coronation of his most excellent Majesty Charles the II. By the grace of God King of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, defender of the faith, &c. / By Hen. Bold olim è N.C. Oxon.
Bold, S. (Samuel), 1649-1737. / [1697] A short discourse of the true knowledge of Christ Jesus to which are added some passages in the reasonableness of Christianity &c. and its vindication : with some animadversions on Mr. Edward's reflections on the reasonableness of Christianity and on his book entituled Socinianism unmask'd / by S. Bold.
Bold, S. (Samuel), 1649-1737. / [1697] A reply to Mr. Edwards's brief reflections on A short discourse of the true knowledge of Christ Jesus, &c. to which is prefixed a preface wherein something is said concerning reason and antiquity in the chief controversies with the Socinians / by S. Bold ...
Bold, S. (Samuel), 1649-1737. / [1693] Man's great duty, or, A discourse of the care every man should take to make sure the salvation of his own Soul by Samuel Bold, rector of Styple in Dorsetshire.
Bold, S. (Samuel), 1649-1737. / [1675] A holy life described and inforced on professors of Christianity, in a sermon / preached at Bishops-Castle in the County of Salop, Jan. 31. 1674/5 by Sam. Bolde Minister of Shapwick in Dorsetshire.
Bold, S. (Samuel), 1649-1737. / [1690] An examination of Dr. Comber's Scholastical history of the primitive and general use of liturgies in the Christian church by S.B.
Bold, S. (Samuel), 1649-1737. / [1687] Christ's importunity with sinners to accept of him by S. Bold.
Bolnest, Edward. / [1665] Medicina instaurata, or, A brief account of the true grounds and principles of the art of physick with the insufficiency of the vulgar way of preparing medicines, and the excellency of such as are made by chymical operation : whereto is added a short but plain discourse as a light to the true preparation of animal and vegetable arcana's : together with a discovery of the true subject of the philosophick mineral mercury ... as also some small light to the preparation of and use of the said mercury ... / by Edward Bolnest ... ; also an epistolary discourse upon the whole by the author of Medela medicinæ.
Bolron, Robert, fl. 1674-1680. / [1681] The papists bloody oath of secrecy and letany of intercession for the carrying on of this present plot with the manner of taking the oath upon their entring into any grand conspiracy against the Protestants : as it was taken ... from William Rushton, a popish priest / by Robert Bolron. Together with some further informations relating to the plot and murther of Sir Edmundbury Godfrey.
Bolron, Robert, fl. 1674-1680. / [1681] Animadvertions on the papists most wicked and bloody oath of secrecy given to Robert Bolron by William Ruston a Jesuit, for the murdering of kings, princes, and their people, and carrying on their devilish and hellish designs for subverting the Protestant religion in England and Ireland.
Bolton, John, 1599-1679. / [1673] A testimony in that which separates between the pretious [sic] and the vile and is for the friends and brethren who love the Lord Lesus [sic] Christ in sincerity and truth.
Bolton, John, 1599-1679. / [1671] A short account of the latter end and dying words of Francis Howgil, who dyed a prisoner for the testimony of Jesus, in Appulby the twentieth day of the eleaventh moneth, 1668
Bolton, John, 1599-1679. / [1660?] Judas his thirty pieces not received but sent back to him for his own bag who hath betrayed the Lord of Glory ... : being something by way of answer to a letter that was sent to John Reynes ... from Robert Rich ... which was for the distribution of a certain sum of money to seaven churches ... wherein it is mainfested ... Quakers cannot partake of his gift ...
Bolton, Richard, Sir, 1570?-1648. / [1638] A iustice of peace for Ireland consisting of two bookes: the first declaring th'exercise of that office by one or more iustices of peace out of sessions. The second setting forth the forme of proceeding in sessions, and the matters to be enquired of, and handled therein. Composed by Sir Richard Bolton Knight, Chief Baron of his Majesties Court of Exchequer in Ireland. Whereunto are added many presidents of indictments of treasons, felonies, misprisions, præmunires, and finable offences of force, fraud, omission, and other misdemeanors of severall sorts, more then ever heretofore have beene published in print.
Bolton, Robert, 1572-1631. / [1660] The last visitation: conflicts and death of Mr. Thomas Peacock batchellor of divinity, and fellow of Brasen-nose-Colledge in Oxford. Published by E B from the copie of that famous divine, Mr. Robert Bolton, late minister of Broughton in Northhampton-shire.
Bolton, Robert, 1572-1631. / [1631] Helpes to humiliation. By R.B.
Bolton, Samuel, 1606-1654. / [1645] The true bounds of Christian freedome or a treatise wherein the rights of the law are vindicated, the liberties of grace maintained, and the severall late opinions against the law are examined and confuted. Whereunto is annexed a discourse of the learned Iohn Camerons, touching the threefold covenant of God with man, / faithfully translated, by Samuel Bolton minister of the word of God at Saviours-Southwark.
Bolton, Samuel, 1606-1654. / [1644] A tossed ship making to safe harbor, or, A word in season to a sinking kingdome wherein Englands case and cure, her burthens and comforts, her pressures and duties are opened and applyed : in diverse sermons preached upon the publick dayes of humiliation, out of that propheticall history, Matth. 14, 22 to 28 / by Samuel Bolton ...
Bolton, Samuel, 1606-1654. / [1644] The guard of the tree of life, or, A sacramental discourse shewing a Christians priviledge in approaching to God in ordinances, duty in his sacramentall approaches, danger if hee do not sanctifie God in them / by Samuel Bolton ...
Bolton, Samuel, 1606-1654. / [1657] The dead saint speaking to saints and sinners living in severall treatises ... : never before published / by Samuel Bolton ...
Bolton, Samuel, 1606-1654. / [M.DC.XLVI. 1646] The arraignment of errour: or, A discourse serving as a curb to restrain the wantonnesse of mens spirits in the entertainment of opinions; and as a compasse, whereby we may sail in the search and finding of truth; distributed into six main questions. Quest. 1. How it may stand with Gods, with Satans, with a mans own ends, that there should be erroneous opinions? Quest. 2. What are the grounds of abounding errours? Quest. 3. Why so many are carried away with errour? Quest. 4. Who those are that are in danger? Quest. 5. What are the examens, or the trials of opinions, and characters of truth? Quest. 6. What waies God hath left in his Word for the suppressing of errour, and reducing of erroneous persons? Under which generall questions, many other necessary and profitable queries are comprized, discussed, and resolved. And in conclusion of all; some motives, and means, conducing to an happy accommodation of our present differences, are subjoyned. / By Samuel Bolton minister of the Word of God at Saviours-Southwark.
Bolton, William, 1650 or 51-1691. / [1690] A poem upon a laurel leaf viris admodum Colendis, publicæ scholæ, vulgò dictæ, Harrow super montem, gubernatoribus ... / hoc qualecunquæ poema Guilielmus Bolton.
Bolton, William, 1650 or 51-1691. / [1684] Joseph's entertainment of his bretheren in a sermon preached at the Herefordshire feast at St Mary-le-Bow, June the 25th. 1684 / by William Bolton.
Bolton, William, 1650 or 51-1691. / [1684] Core redivivus in a sermon preached at Christ-Church Tabernacle in London upon Sunday, September 9, 1683, being a day of publick thanksgiving for the deliverance of His Sacred Majesties person and government from the late treasonable rebellion and fanatick conspiracy / by William Bolton ...
Bona, Giovanni, 1609-1674. / [1678] Precepts and practical rules for a truly Christian life being a summary of excellent directions to follow the narrow way to bliss : in two parts / written originally in Latin by John Bona ; Englished by L.B.
Bona, Giovanni, 1609-1674. / [1681] Manuductio ad coelum a poem in two parts I. Of joy and sadness ... II. Of patience ... / extracted out of the writings of the holy fathers and ancient philosophers by John Bona, a Cistertian Abbot, and turned into verse by James Chamberlayne.
Bona, Giovanni, 1609-1674. / [1675] A gvide to heaven, or, Morall instrvctions compiled partly out of the maximes of Holy Fathers and partly out of the sentences of antient philosophers / written in Latin by John de Bona ; translated into English by Iames Price.
Bona, Giovanni, 1609-1674. / [1672] A guide to heaven containing the marrow of the holy fathers, and antient philosophers / written in Latine by John Bona ... ; [translated] in English by T.V.
Bonaventure, Saint, Cardinal, ca. 1217-1274. / [1655] The soliloquies of St. Bonaventure containing his four mental exercises and also his treatise called, A bundle of myrrh, concerning the passion of our Saviour : with XII spirituall exercises of the said St. Bonaventure.
Bonaventure, Saint, Cardinal, ca. 1217-1274. / [1610] The life of the holie father S. Francis Writen by Saint Bonauenture, and as it is related by the Reuerend Father Aloysius Lipomanus Bishop of Veron. In his fourth tome of the life of Saintes.
Bond, Henry. / [1676] The longitude found, or, A treatise shewing an easie and speedy way, as well by night as by day, to find the longitude, having but the latitude of the place and the inclination of the magnetical inclinatorie needle by Henry Bond ...
Bond, John, 1612-1676. / [printed, 1643] The states stability a sermon / preached in Exon before the deputy-lieutenants, captaines, and other militarie officers and souldiers of the county of Devon. By John Bond ...
Bond, John, 1612-1676. / [1644] Salvation in a mystery: or A prospective glasse for Englands case. As it was laid forth in a sermon preached at Margarets in Westminster, before the Honourable House of Commons, at their monthly fast, March 27. 1644. / By John Bond, B.LL. late lecturer in the city of Exceter, now preacher at the Savoy in London. A member of the Assembly of Divines. Published by order of the Commons House.
Bond, John, 1612-1676. / [1645] Oriens ab occidente: or, A dawning in the vvest· As it was delivered in a sermon before the Honourable House of Commons, at Westminster; upon their day of thanksgiving, for severall victories in the west, &c. By John Bond Mr of the Savoy, and one of the Assembly of Divines.
Bond, John, 1612-1676. / [1645] Occasus occidentalis: or, Job in the VVest. As it was laid forth in two severall sermons, at two publike fasts, for the five associated westerne counties. By Iohn Bond B.L. late lecturer in the City of Exon, now minister at the Savoy, London. A member of the Assembly of Divines.
Bond, John, 1612-1676. / [1648] Eshcol, or Grapes (among) thorns. As they were delivered in a Thanksgiving sermon, to the Honourable House of Commons. By John Bond, Mr. of the Savoy.
Bond, John, 1612-1676. / [MDCXLJ. 1641] The downfal of old common-counsel-men.: Being their great repulse at Guild-Hall last Friday by the committee, who extruded the old out of their corrupted offices, and elected new in their places. First, shewing their manifold corruptions, and unequall taxations, which they imposed chiefly on their poor parishioners, and connived on the rich, which hath been too common an abuse used by them. Then exactly describing, how they oftentimes robbed the poore of their due, and detaining the charity of other men from them, have put it up in their own purses. Lastly, shewing the manner of their arreignment at Guild-Hall, with the cause of their downfall, and the others vprising. Composed by Iohn Bond, scribimus, & scriptis consumiter igne libellus.
Bond, John, 1612-1676. / [1641] A doore of hope, also holy and loyall activity two treatises delivered in severall sermons, in Excester / by Iohn Bond ...
Bond, Samson. / [1699] The sincere milk of the Word, for the children of Barmuda [sic].: In a short and plain catechism. By Mr. Sampson Bond, late Minister of that island. [Two lines from Psalms]
Bond, Wm. (William) / [February 3d, 1698/9 i.e. 1699] To the honourable the House of Commons, for raising of monies
Bonet, Théophile, 1620-1689. / [MDCLXXXVI. 1686] A guide to the practical physician shewing, from the most approved authors, both ancient and modern, the truest and safest way of curing all diseases, internal and external, whether by medicine, surgery, or diet. Published in Latin by the learn'd Theoph. Bonet, physician at Geneva. And now rendred into English, with an addition of many considerable cases, and excellent medicines for every disease. Collected from Dr. Waltherus his Sylva medica. by one of the Colledge of Physicians, London. To which is added. The office of a physician, and perfect tables of every distemper, and of any thing else considerable. Licensed, November 13h. 1685. Robert Midgley.
Bonham, Josias. / [1674] The churches glory, or, The becoming ornament being a seasonable word, tending to the provoking, encouraging, and perfecting of holiness in believers ... : whereunto is added, A glasse for the unconverted ... as also, several articles of faith briefly laid down for the further establishment and confirming of the faithful / by Josias Bonham, sen. of Byfield in Northamptonshire.
Bonham, Thomas, d. 1629? / [1630] The chyrugians closet: or, an antidotarie chyrurgicall. Furnished with varietie and choyce of: apophlegms, balmes, baths, caps, cataplasmes, causticks, cerots, clysters, collyries, decoctions, diets, and wound-drinks, desensatiues, dentifrices, electuaries, embrocations, epithemes, errhines, foments, fumes, gargarismes, iniections, liniments, lotions, oyles, pessaries, pils, playsters, potions, powders, quilts, suppositaries, synapismes, trochisces, vnguents, and waters. The greatest part whereof were scatterdly set downe in sundry bookes and papers; by the right worshipfull Mr. Thomas Bonham, Dr. of Physick; and now drawne into method and forme, by Edvvard Poeton of Petworth, (late and long seruant to the foresaid Right Worshipfull Dr.) and published for the benefit of his country, and the helpe and ease, of young practitioners in the ancient, necessarie, and noble science of chyrurgerie.
Bonhome, Joshua. / [1675] A new constellation discovered in a sermon preached at the visitation held at Leicester the 29th of April, 1674 / by Joshua Bonhome.
Bonhome, Joshua. / [1679] The arraignment and conviction of atheism, or, An exact and clear demonstration by natural arguments that there is a God presented to the view of all, but especially the learned / by Joshua Bonhome.
Bonifield, Abraham, fl. 1692-1694. / [after 1692] The treacherous taken in his treachery, &c.
Bonifield, Abraham, fl. 1692-1694. / [printed in the year, 1694] Hidden things revealed and brought to light: or, Plain and honest dealing with Will. Lamboll & John Buy, of Reading in the county of Berks, in some material queries proposed to them to be answered, &c. With the rest of those that were instrumental (in too large a degree) of the former or first separation wrought among Friends here in this town, and who are found still as instrumental for the upholding and continuance of the same, by their not returning with other Friends to the ancient publick meeting-house, the doors thereof having been opened ever since the 10th of the 9th month, 1693. which is now about 9 months since, for all Friends to meet together therein, as a peaceable Christian society ought to do, in the true love, fear and worship of almighty God, that so there might be no longer two divided publick meetings held and kept up in this town, both to the great reproach of truth, and stumbling of many of the tender inquiries after it.
Bonilla, Jean de, 16th cent. / [Printed in the year 1700] A short treatise of the quiet of the soul. How necessary a thing it is, and how it may be atttained [sic]. Composed by the reverend father John de Bovilla, an observant frier of the holy order of St. Francis. Permissu superiorum
Bonner, Edmund, 1500?-1569. / [Anno M.D.L.V 1555] Homelies sette forth by the righte reuerende father in God, Edmunde Byshop of London, not onely promised before in his booke, intituled, A necessary doctrine, but also now of late adioyned, and added thereunto, to be read within his diocesse of London, of all persons, vycars, and curates, vnto theyr parishioners, vpon sondayes, & holydayes.
Bonner, Richard. / [1548] A treatyse of ye ryght honourynge and wourshyppyng of our sauiour Iesus Christe in the sacrame[n]t of breade and wyne when it is ministred wyth thankes geuing at the holy supper: sette forth by Rycharde Bonner priest, in ye yeare of our lord god. M. CCCCC xlviii. and the .xii. of Nouember.
Bonnivet, Henri Marc de Gouffier, Marquis de, d. 1589. / [1616] A declaration of Henry Marc de Gouffier Marquise of Boniuet, Lord of Creuecœur, &c. Made in the consistorie of Rochell, in the presence of the pastors and elders of the said towne; as also of Monsieur de la Violette and Theuenot, pastors of the churches of Marans and Benet, on Wednesday being the third of August, 1616. The which very same protestation likewise hath beene made by the said Lord Marquise in the presence of the whole church of Rochel, on Sunday being the seuenth of the said moneth, after the morning sermon in the great church. At Rochell, printed for H. Haultin, by Cornelis Hertman. 1616.
Booker, John, 1603-1667. / [Septemb. 27. 1644] A rope treble-twisted, for John Tayler the water-poet. Or rather for his malignant friends in London, which make use of his name to slander and abuse the Parliament, and well-affected party, in their pernicious pamphlets; and particularly, Mr. John Booker, a man of known honesty, and one who scornes to calculate for the meridian of Oxford. Snarle not, malignants: if you do, here's rope enough for you, and all that love the Pope.
Booker, John, 1603-1667. / [1643/4. March. 6. 1644] A rope for a parret, or, a cure for a rebell past cure. Being an appendix or rejoynder, to A caveat to all people of the kingdom, in answer to Mercurio cœlico mastix, a scandalous and scurrilous pamphlet lately published by that arch turn-coat, George Naworth, sometimes a calculator for the bishoprick of Durham, and now an infamous lying chronologer at Oxford.
Booker, John, 1603-1667. / [1646] A bloody Irish almanack, or, Rebellious and bloody Ireland, discovered in some notes extracted out of an almanack, printed at Waterford in Ireland for this yeare 1646. Whereunto are annexed some astrologicall observations upon a conjunction of the two malignant planets Saturne and Mars in the midle of the signe Taurus the horroscope of Ireland, upon Friday the 12. of Juue [sic] this yeare 1646. with memorable prædictions and occurrences therein. By John Booker.
Boorde, Andrew, 1490?-1549. / [1542] Hereafter foloweth a compendyous regyment or a dyetary of helth made in Mou[n]tpyllier, compyled by Andrew Boorde of physiycke doctour, dedycated to the armypotent prynce, and valyaunt Lorde Thomas Duke of Northfolche.
Boorde, Andrew, 1490?-1549. / [1587] The breuiarie of health vvherin doth folow, remedies, for all maner of sicknesses & diseases, the which may be in man or woman. Expressing the obscure termes of Greke, Araby, Latin, Barbary, and English, concerning phisick and chirurgerie. Compyled by Andrew Boord, Doctor of phisicke: an English-man.
Boorde, Andrew, 1490?-1549. / [1550?] The boke for to learne a man to be wyse in buyldyng of his howse for the helth of body [and] to holde quyetnes for the helth of his soule, and body The boke for a good husbande to lerne.
Booth, A., 17th cent. / [1656] Examen legum Angliæ, or, The laws of England examined, by Scripture, antiquity and reason cujus author anagrammat[os] est, A gomoz boa oz̄ bary.
Boraston, George, b. ca. 1634. / [1684] The royal law, or, The golden rule of justice and charity a sermon at the anniversary meeting of the gentlemen, inhabitants of London, and others, born within the county of Worcester, at St. Lawrence Church, Nov. 29. 1683.
Boraston, William. / [1630] A necessarie and briefe treatise of the contagious disease of the pestilence with the causes, signes, and cures of the same. Collected and newly composed for the benefit and comfort of the vulgar sort. By W. Boraston ...
Border, D. (Daniel) / [MDCXLIV. 1644] A wicked plot against the person of Sir William Waller Declaring, how one of his soldiers eyther for hire or malice would desperately have shot him, but (by the providence of God) his musket not taking fire he immediately was apprehended; and deservedly executed for it. Shewing also, the true passages of every dayes service, from the first besieging of Arundell Castle, till the surrendring of it unto Sir William Waller, Jan. the 6. With an exact relation what commanders were slain during the siedge, and what prisoners and pillage was fouud [sic] in the castle. Together with the taking of a Dunkirk ship, which (being chased by the Hollanders, came up the channell near unto Arundell Castle for harbour, very richly laden, who intended to go to the relief of the English-Irish against the Parliament. Sent from the army to a gentleman dwelling in Mugwel-street, and by him caused to be printed for the satisfaction of such as desire to be truly informed. Published according to order.
Borfet, Abiel. / [1660] Postliminia Caroli II.: The palingenesy, or, Second-birth, of Charles the Second to his kingly life; upon the day of first, May 29. By Abiel Borfet, M.A.
Borialis, A. / [1648] The representations of his Majesties adherents of the court and countrey, their interest with the King, and the Scots with them. / Published for satisfaction of the honest well-meaning people of the kingdom. A. Borialis.
Borialis, Guard. / [1648] The jovial tinker of England:: willing to hammer the Covenant and Scots commissioners into English. And to mend the breaches, and stop the holes of the Crowne of England, (miserably torne and bruised, both within and without) with the best mettle he can get. And at a very reasonable rate. Provided, he be not compelled to take the Scots sense upon the Covenant. He will rather walk about the countries, & cry: Have you any work for a joviall tinker. / By Borialis guard.
Borja, Francisco de, Saint, 1510-1572. / [M.DC.XX. 1620] The practise of Christian workes. Written in Spanish by the R. Father Francis Borgia, sometymes Duke of Gandia, and the third generall of the Society of Iesus. Togeather with a short rule, how to live well. Englished by a father of the same society. VVhereunto are adioyned certaine pious meditations vpon the beades: translated also out of the Spanish
Bos, Lambert van den, 1610-1698. / [1659] The life and raigne of King Charles, from his birth to his death. / Faithfully and impartially performed by Lambert Wood Gent.
Bos, Lambert van den, 1610-1698. / [1657. i.e. 1656] Florus Anglicus: or An exact history of England, from the raign of William the Conqueror to the death of the late King. / By Lambert Wood gent.
Bossuet, Jacques Bénigne, 1627-1704. / [Printed in the year, 1685] An exposition of the doctrine of the Catholic Church in matters of controversie: by the Right Reverend James Benigne Bossuet ... ; done into English from the fifth edition in French.
Bossuet, Jacques Bénigne, 1627-1704. / [1685] A treatise of Communion under both species by James Benigne Bossuet.
Bossuet, Jacques Bénigne, 1627-1704. / [1684] A sermon preached at the funeral of Mary Terese of Austria, Infanta of Spain, Queen of France & Navarre, at St. Denis, Sept. 1, 1683 by Monsieur James Benigne Bossuet ...
Bossuet, Jacques Bénigne, 1627-1704. / [1684] A relation of the famous conference held about religion at Paris between M. Bossuet, Bishop of London, late tutor to the Dauphin, and Monsieur Claude, minister of the reformed church at Charenton at the Countess of Royes house in the presence of several persons of the first quality at the request of Mademoiselle de Duras, daughter to the famous Marshal de Turenne, she being then upon changing her religion / translated from the French copy, as it was lately published by Monsieur Claude.
Bossuet, Jacques Bénigne, 1627-1704. / [1686] A discourse on the history of the whole world dedicated to His Royal Highness, the Dauphin, and explicating the continuance of religion with the changes of states and empires, from the creation till the reign of Charles the Great / written originally in French by James Benigne Bossuet ... ; faithfully Englished.
Bostock, Peter. / [1630] The saints solace: or, The condition, and consolation of the saints in the earth Deliuered in certaine sermons at Eatonbridge in Kent. By the minister there.
Bostock, Robert, d. 1656. / [1647] The Scots constancy. Or, An answer to Cleveland's Scots apostacy.:
Bostock, Robert, d. 1656. / [1647] Herod and Pilate reconciled. A new dialogue betwixt a malignant and an Independent.
Bosworth, Benjamin, 1615?-1700. / [1693] Signs of apostacy lamented
Boteler, Edward, d. 1670. / [1659] The worthy of Ephratah represented in a sermon at the funerals of the Right Honorable Edmund Earl of Mulgrave, Baron Sheffield of Botterwic. In the church of Burton-Stather, Sept. 21. 1658. / By Edward Boteler, sometimes fellow of Magdalen-Colledge in Cambridge, and now rector of Wintringham in the county of Lincoln.
Boteler, Edward, d. 1670. / [1669] Urbs deplorata. A sermon preached in course in the cathedral church of St. Mary Lincoln on the tenth Sunday after Trinity, Aug. 19. 1666. Happening at the time of the general assize. By Edward Boteler, prebendary of that church, rector of Wintringham in that county, and one of his Majesties chaplains.
Boteler, Edward, d. 1670. / [1662] The servant's audit: a sermon preached at the funerals of the right worshipful Sr. Edmund Anderson baronet, in the church of Broughton in the county of Lincoln, Febr. 15. 1660. / By Edward Boteler ... now rector of Wintringham in that county ...
Boteler, Edward, d. 1670. / [M DC LXIV. 1664] No home but heaven A sermon, preached at the funerals of the right worshipful the Lady Sybilla Anderson, in the Church of Broughton, in the county of Lincoln. Octob. 30. 1661. By Edward Boteler, sometimes fellow of St. Mary Magdalen Colledge in Cambridge, and now rector of Wintringham, in the county of Lincoln, and chaplain to His Majesty.
Boteler, Edward, d. 1670. / [1661] Jus poli et fori or, God and the King. Judging for right against might. As it was delivered in a sermon before the honourable His Majesties judges of assize in the cathedrall church of Lincolne, Septem. 10. 1660. / By Edward Boteler, sometimes fellow of St. Mary Magdalen Colledge in Cambridge, and now rector of Wintringham in the county of Lincolne.
Boteler, Edward, d. 1670. / [1662] Gods goodnesse in crowning the King declared in a sermon in the church of Kingston upon Hull, on the happy day of the coronation of His Sacred Majesty Charls the Second, April the 23d, 1661 / by Edward Boteler ...
Boteler, Nathaniel. / [1672] War practically perform'd: shewing all the requisites belonging to a land-army, in marches, battels, and sieges. / Deduced from ancient and modern discipline by the experience of Capt. Nath. Boteler.
Boteler, Nathaniel. / [1688] Colloquia maritima, or, Sea-dialogues ... by N. Boteler, Esq., formerly a commander in one of His Majesties Royal ships.
Botley, Samuel, 1642-1696? / [1674?] Maximum in minimo, or, Mr. Jeremiah Rich's Pen's dexterity compleated being the plainest and easiest method of writing shorthand ... / by Samuel Botley.
Botrie, J. / [1649] Religio jurisconsulti.
Boughen, Edward, 1587?-1660? / [1620] A sermon of confirmation preached in Oxford, at the first visitation of the right reuerend Father in God, Iohn Lord Bishop of Oxford. September, 27. 1619. By Edward Boughen, chaplaine to the Lord Bishop of Oxford.
Boughen, Edward, 1587?-1660? / [1638] A sermon concerning decencie and order in the church Preached at VVood-Church, in the diocesse of Canterburie, April. 30. 1637. By Edward Boughen parson of Wood-Church.
Boughen, Edward, 1587?-1660? / [1646] The principles of religion by Edward Boughen.
Boughen, Edward, 1587?-1660? / [1645] Observations upon the ordinance of the Lords and Commons at Westminster after advice had with their Assembly of Divines for the ordination of ministers pro tempore, according to their directory for ordination and rule for examination therein expressed.
Boughen, Edward, 1587?-1660? / [M.DC.LIII. 1653] An account of the Church Catholick: where it was before the Reformation: and, whether Rome were or bee the Church Catholick. In answer to II. letters sent to Edward Boughen, D.D.
Boughton, John, preacher of the word. / [1623] God and man. Or, a treatise catechisticall wherein the sauing knowledge of God and man is plainely, and breifely declared, whereby such as are ignorant may be helped, to heare sermons with profit, to reade the Bible or other bookes with iudgement, to receiue the Lords Supper with comfort, to discerne betweene truth and error, with vnderstanding, and to giue an answere to their minister, or any other that shall aske them a reason of their faith, with readinesse. Collected out of the sacred Scriptures, and the most orthodoxe and best approued diuines ancient and moderne, for the good of such as desire to be made wise to saluation, and heires of eternall life. By I.B. preacher of the Word.
Boulbie, Judith. / [1667] To all justices of peace, or other magistrates to whom this may come.
Boulton, Richard, b. 1676 or 7. / [1700] A general idea of the Epitomy of the works of Robert Boyle, Esq. to which are added general heads for the natural history of a country / by R. Boulton ...
Boulton, Samuel. / [1656] Medicina magica tamen physica: magical, but natural physick. Or A methodical tractate of diastatical physick. Containing the general cures of all infirmities: and of the most radical, fixed, and malignant diseases belonging, not only to the body of man, but to all other animal and domestick creatures whatsoever, and that by way of transplantation. With a description of a most excellent cordial out of gold, much to be estimated. / Published by Samuel Boulton, Salop.
Boun, Abraham. / [an. Dom. 1651] A conference between a Presbyterian minister, and a lawyer concerning all the material points that are in difference between the Presbyterian and the Independent, and in what particulars Presbyterie is an hinderance to Reformation. One great hinderance is, the mainteining of great parishes.
Boun, Abraham. / [An.1651] The clergie in their colors or, the pride and avarice of the Presbyterian clergie hindering reformation: shewing, how from time to time they have not onely been the fomenters of this first and second war, but also by their horrid fallacies have to this present time deluded the common-vvealth. Discovered in a plain and familiar dialogue betvveen Philalethes and Presbyter.
Bouram, Strage, Dr. / [1696] Strage and wonderful prophesies foretelling the alterations of the time and also the change that will happen in the world, at first what wonderful things will come to pass concerning this kingdom to the great amazement of all mankind, secondly one strange and wonderful prophesie which particularly does mention what shall happen yearly to several kingdoms in the world both by sea and land / by Dr. Bouram
Bourchier, John, Sir, d. 1660. / [1637] Jesus Nazarenus, Rex Judaeorum. Or, a tract concerning the inscription fastned by Pilates command
Bourne, Benjamin, fl. 1646. / [1646] The description and confutation of mysticall Anti-Christ, the Familists; or, An information drawn up and published for the confirmation and comfort of the faithfull, against many Antichristian Familisticall doctrines which are frequently preached and printed in England: particularly in those dangerous books called Theologia Germanica, the Bright Star, Divinity and Philosophy dissected. / Written by Benjamin Bourne. Published according to order.
Bourne, Edward, d. 1708. / [1660] A warning from the Lord God out of Sion who is mighty and terrible sounded forth unto the inhabitants of the city of Worcester and of the towns and villages round about them, and may serve to the nation in general ... / by a follower of the Lamb ... known among men by the name of Edw. Bourne.
Bourne, Edward, d. 1708. / [1657] The truth of God cleared, and above the deceite advanced which is proved to be the same that ever was in all genetions [sic] / by one of that number who in scorn are called Quakers, Edw. Bourne.
Bourne, Edward, d. 1708. / [2671 i.e. 1671] A looking-glass discovering to all people what image they bear by which the true Jew is known from the false, and the Christian in nature from him that is so in name only ... : with directions for such as live in error, how they may leave their error, how they may leave their error ... : with a few words to informers who make it their work to inform against their neighbours for meeting together peaceably in the fear of the Lord ... / by a follower of Him, Edward Bourne.
Bourne, Edward, d. 1708. / [1682] For the inhabitants of Worcester to view and consider well of, especially they of Nicholas-Parish.: The case of us, viz. Edward Bourne, John Knight, Joseph Allibon and Richard Hill, of Nicholas-Parish in the city of Worcester.
Bourne, Immanuel, 1590-1672. / [1622] The true vvay of a Christian, to the nevv Ierusalem Or, a three-folde demonstration: first, of the excellencie of the true and sauing knowledge of Christ; and the meanes to attaine it: with the antiquitie, necesitie, and benefit of catechisme. Secondly, of our vnion and communion with Christ, and his Church. Thirdly, of our new creation in Christ, by the blessed Spirit. With diuers questions, and cases of conscience, most comfortable for a Christian. Deliuered first in briefe, in a sermon preached at Paules-Crosse, the first Sunday in the new yeere, 1617. And newly reuised and enlarged by Immanuel Bourne ...
Bourne, Immanuel, 1590-1672. / [1617] The rainebow, or, A sermon preached at Pauls Crosse the tenth day of Iune, 1617 by Immanuel Bourne ...
Bourne, Immanuel, 1590-1672. / [1646] A light from Christ leading unto Christ by the star of his word, or, The rich jewel of Christian divinity practically explained in the principles enlightening the children of God how to meet Christ in his ordinances and by strength from Christ to walk comfortably with Christ in the whole course of their lives ... by way of catechism or dialogue, not to answer verbatim or by wrote ... but each one according to his own sence and understanding of the question / by Immanuel Bourn of Ashover in the county of Derby, now preacher of the Gospel to the congregation in Sepulchres C.L.
Bourne, Immanuel, 1590-1672. / [1669] A gold chain of directions, with twenty gold-linkes of love, to preserve love firm between husband and wife during their lives ... by Immanuel Bourne ...
Bourne, Immanuel, 1590-1672. / [1656] A defence of the Scriptures, and the Holy Spirit speaking in them, as the chiefe iudge of controversies of faith ... with a vindication of that honour due to magistrates, ministers, and others ... in a relation of a disputation at Chesterfield in the county of Darby, between some ministers of the Gospell and James Naylor, an erring Quaker ... : with some animadversions upon a lying relation of that disputation, published by Iames Nayler / by Immanuel Bourne ...
Bourne, Immanuel, 1590-1672. / [1659] A defence and justification of ministers maintence by tythes. And of infant-baptism, humane learning, and the sword of the magistrate; which some Anabaptists falsely call four sandy pillars, and popish foundations of our ministry and churches. In which tythes are proved to be due by divine right to the ministers of the gospel. All common objections answered, and divers cases of conscience humbly proposed: with a light to clear them. / In a reply to a paper sent by some Anabaptists to Immanuel Bourne, late pastor of the church in Asheover in the county of Derby: now preacher to the congregation at Waltham in the county of Leicester. With a short answer to Anthony Peirson's great case of tythes, &c.
Bourne, Immanuel, 1590-1672. / [1623] The anatomie of conscience Or a threefold reuelation of those three most secret bookes: 1. The booke of Gods prescience. 2. The booke of mans conscience. 3. The booke of life. In a sermon preached at the generall assises holden at Derby, in Lent last. 1623. By Immanuel Bourne ...
Bourne, Nehemiah, ca. 1611-1691. / [1652] The copy of a letter form the reare-admiral of the English fleet for the common wealth of England, to an eminent merchant in London. Being a true and plaine narration of the whole proceedings and fight betwixt them and the Dutch fleet near the Downes, upon the 19. day of May, 1652.
Bourne, Nehemiah, ca. 1611-1691. / [Novemb. 14. 1642] A [sic] exact and true relation of the battell fought on Saturday last at Acton, between the Kings Army, and the Earle of Essex his forces.: With the number that were slain on both sides. Also, a true relation of the taking of the Earl of Middlesex, Sir Kellam Digby, and the Lord of Dorsets son, on Saturday the 12. of Nov. at Mile-end-Green, in a coach, coming to view the works. Sent from the Army from one Master Bourn an officer under Colonell Hollis.
Boursault, M. (Edme), 1638-1701. / [1675] The prince of Conde made English.
Boutauld, Michel, 1604-1689. / [anno Dom. MDCLXXXVIII. 1688] A method of conversing with God. Translated out of French by J. W. of the Society of Jesus.
Boutauld, Michel, 1604-1689. / [1683.] The councils of wisdom: or, A collection of the maxims of Solomon. Most necessary for a man wisely to behave himself. : with reflections on those maxims. / Rendred into English by T.D..
Bovet, Richard, b. ca. 1641. / [1693] A congratulatory poem, to the Honourable Admiral Russel, on his glorious victory over the French fleet
Bowber, Thomas, b. 1662 or 3. / [1695] A sermon preached in the parish-church of St. Swithin, London, March 10th, 1694/5, upon the much lamented death of our most gracious Queen by Tho. Bowber ...
Bowchier, Richard, 1660 or 61-1723. / [1692] A sermon preach'd before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor and aldermen of the city of London, at Guild-Hall chappel, on Sunday, Novemb. 13, 1692 by Richard Bowchier ...
Bowdler, Richard. / [1621] A declaration of the especiall vntruths contained in Morgans Bill exhibited in Parliament against Bowd[ler and] Meggs; Iones, and others, with answeres thereunto as hereunder followeth. Viz.
Bower, Richard, fl. 1662. / [1661] To the Kings Most Excellent Majesty. Dread Sovereign, having seen a proclamation wherein your Majesty complains of the injuries you receive in your customs, I could not withhold, but, as in duty bound, humbly present you with a few of those malignant roots from whence they spring, whereby navigation and trade are also much decayed ...
Bower, Richard, fl. 1662 / [1670] To the right honorable the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament
Bowles, Edward, 1613-1662. / [April 20. 1643] A letter from a minister in His Excellence his army, to a brother of his in London, by way of prevention to Mercurius Aulicus and his complices. Dated from my lord generalls quarter before Reading. April 18. 1643.
Bowles, Oliver, ca. 1577-1646? / [1643] Zeale for Gods house quickned: or, A sermon preached before the assembly of Lords, Commons, and Divines, at their solemn fast Iuly 7. 1643. In the Abbey Church at Westminster. Expressing the eminencie of zeale requisite in church reformers: / by Oliver Bowles, Pator of Sutton in Bedfordshire. Published by order of both Houses of Parliament.
Bownd, George, d. 1662. / [1659] A voyce from heaven, speaking good words and comfortable words, concerning saints departed. Which words are opened in a sermon preached at South-weal in Essex, 6. September, 1658. At the funeral of that worthy and eminent minister of the Gospel, Mr. Thomas Goodwin. Late pastor there. Hereunto is annexed a relation of many things observable in his life and death. By G.B. preacher of the word at Shenfield in Essex.
Bownd, Nicholas, d. 1613. / [1628] The vnbeliefe of St. Thomas the Apostle laid open for the comfort of all that desire to belieue. Whereunto is added a comfortable treatise for all that are afflicted in soule or body. The first armeth vs against despaire in the houre of death; the second against impatience vnder the crosse. By Nicholas Bound, Doctor in Diuinitie.
Bownd, Nicholas, d. 1613. / [1608] A treatise ful of consolation for all that are afflicted in minde, or bodie, or otherwise Which armeth vs against impatiencie vnder any crosse. By Nicolas Bovvnde Doctor of Divinitie.
Bownd, Nicholas, d. 1613. / [1604] Medicines for the plague that is, godly and fruitfull sermons vpon part of the twentieth Psalme, full of instructions and comfort: very fit generally for all times of affliction, but more particularly applied to this late visitation of the plague. Preached at the same time at Norton in Suffolke, by Nicholas Bownd, Doctor of Diuinitie. And now published for the further good of all those that loue and feare the Lord. Perused, and allowed.
Bownd, Nicholas, d. 1613. / [1604] The holy exercise of fasting Described largely and plainly out of the word of God: with all the parts and causes, and seuerall kinds of the same: together with the most fit times, and conuenient seasons, when and how long it should be held: with the manifold fruite and commoditie that redoundeth to vs thereby: and the whole nature and order thereof. In certaine homilies or sermons, for the benefit of all those, that with care and conscience intend at any time publikely or priuately to put in practise the same. By Nicolas Bownde Doctor of diuinitie. Perused and allowed by publike authoritie.
Bownd, Nicholas, d. 1613. / [1595] The doctrine of the sabbath plainely layde forth, and soundly proued by testimonies both of holy scripture, and also of olde and new ecclesiasticall writers. Declaring first from what things God would haue vs straightly to rest vpon the Lords day, and then by what meanes we ought publikely and priuatly to sanctifie the same: together with the sundry abuses of our time in both these kindes, and how they ought to bee reformed. Diuided into two bookes, by Nicolas Bownde, Doctor of Diuinitie.
Bowne, Martin. / [1646] Tithes re-mounted and advanced by the VVord of God, for the ministers of the Gospell. Proving, that tithes are due to the ministers of the Gospell, as to the priests and Levites under the law. In answer to a late scandalous and seditious pamphlet intituled, The ordinance of tithes dismounted. Dedicated to the right honourable the Lord Mayor. / By Martin Bovvne. Imprimatur. John Dovvname.
Boyce, Thomas. / [1675] The Quakers cruelty, deceit & wickedness presented to the King and Parliament / by Thomas Boyce ; with a copy of the paper the Quakers put forth against me ; also my neighbours testimony, and Sir Richard Ingoldesby's certificate concerning me.
Boyd, Mark Alexander, b. 1562. / [ca. 1590] Sonet fra banc to banc fra vod to vod I rin... / M. Alex: Boyde..
Boyd, Zacharie, 1585?-1653. / [1629] Two orientall pearles, grace and glory, published by Mr. Zacharie Boyd, preacher of Gods word, at Glasgovv
Boyd, Zacharie, 1585?-1653. / [1643] The sword of the Lord and of Gideon to this is subjoined a prayer for an armie going to battell, and a thanksgiving after the victorie. / By M. Zachary Boyd, preacher of Gods word at Glasgow.
Boyd, Zacharie, 1585?-1653. / [1644] The garden of Zion wherein the life and death of godly and wicked men in scriptures are to be seene, from Adam unto the last of the Kings of Judah and Isreal, with the good uses of their life and death. ....
Boyd, Zacharie, 1585?-1653. / [1643] 1. Crosses, 2. comforts, 3. counsels. Needfull to be considered, and carefully to be laid up in the hearts of the godly, in these boysterous broiles, and bloody times. / By M. Zacharie Boyd.
Boye, Rice. / [in the yeare 1635] The importunate begger for things necessary, or necessity, without deniall Or a treatise, wherein is shewed the lawfullnesse of praying absolutely for necessary temporall things, without doubting or wavering, and that the saints of God may and ought, as absolutely depend upon God, for their dayly bread, as they may for the pardon of their sinnes, and that the cause is in themselves, who doe not obtaine them. Whereunto is annexed an answer to Mr. Norrice his 5 arguments, which were framed against it, together with an answer to his Prosopopeia, wherein, as well the insufficiency of those arguments, as the deceitfullnesse of his collections, is plainely manifested by R.B.
Boyer, Abel, 1667-1729. / [M DC XCIV. 1694] The martial-field of Europe being a geographical and historical description of those parts of Europe, which are most famous in this present war, viz. I. Flanders, II. The Rhine, III. Savoy, IV. Catalonia, V. Hungary, VI. Greece. With an account of the several revolutions of those places, either by conquest or treaties of peace, particularly from the treaty of Munster in 1648. to this present time. By A. Boyer, Gent.
Boyer, Thomas, b. 1627 or 8. / [1659] Epidiorthōsis or a modest enquiry into the nature and state of churches. In order to their through-reformation. By Thomas Boyer minister at Rempston in Nottinghamshire.
Boyle, Robert, 1627-1691. / [1699-1700] The works of the Honourable Robert Boyle, Esq., epitomiz'd by Richard Boulton ... ; illustrated with copper plates.
Boyle, Robert, 1627-1691. / [1672] Tracts written by the Honourable Robert Boyle containing New experiments, touching the relation betwixt flame and air, and about explosions, an hydrostatical discourse occasion'd by some objections of Dr. Henry More against some explications of new experiments made by the author of these tracts : to which is annex't, An hydrostatical letter, dilucidating an experiment about a way of weighing water in water, new experiments, of the positive or relative levity of bodies under water, of the air's spring on bodies under water, about the differing pressure of heavy solids and fluids.
Boyle, Robert, 1627-1691. / [1671] Three tracts written by Robert Boyle.
Boyle, Robert, 1627-1691. / [1688] Some receipts of medicines for the most part parable and simple, sent to a friend in America.
Boyle, Robert, 1627-1691. / [1659] Some motives and incentives to the love of God pathetically discours'd of, in a letter to a friend / by the Hon[ora]ble R.B., Esq.
Boyle, Robert, 1627-1691. / [1675] Some considerations about the reconcileableness of reason and religion by T.E., a lay-man ; to which is annex'd by the publisher, a discourse of Mr. Boyle, about the possibility of the resurrection.
Boyle, Robert, 1627-1691. / [1681/2] New experiments, and observations, made upon the icy noctiluca imparted in a letter to a friend living in the country : to which is annexed A chymical paradox / by Robert Boyle.
Boyle, Robert, 1627-1691. / [1688] A disquisition about the final causes of natural things wherein it is inquir'd, whether, and (if at all) with what cautions, a naturalist should admit them? By T.H. R.B. Fellow of the Royal Society. To which are subjoyn'd, by way of appendix some uncommon observations about vitiated sight. By the same author.
Boyle, Robert, 1627-1691. / [1689] A catalogue of the philosophical books and tracts written by the Honourable Robert Boyle, Esq. ; together with the order or time wherein each of them hath been publish'd respectively ; to which is added, A catalogue of the theological books, written by the same author.
Boyle, Robert, 1627-1691. / [1688] An advertisement of Mr. Boyle, about the loss of many of his writings address'd to Mr. J.W. to be communicated to those friends of his, that are virtuosi, which may serve as a kind of preface to most of his mutilated and unfinish'd writings.
Boyle, Robert, 1627-1691. / [MDCLXI 1661] The [s]ceptical chymist, or, Chymico-physical doubts & paradoxes touching the spagyrist's principles commonly call'd hypostatical, [a]s they are wont to be propos'd and defended by the generality of alchymists : whereunto is præmis'd part of another discourse relating to the same subject / by the Honourable Robert Boyle.
Boys, John, 1571-1625. / [1616] An exposition of the proper Psalmes vsed in our English liturgie together with a reason why the Church did chuse the same. By Iohn Boys, Doctor of Diuinitie. The first part explaining the Psalmes appointed to be read on Christmas and Easter day.
Boyse, J. (Joseph), 1660-1728. / [1690] Vox populi, or, The sense of the sober lay-men of the Church of England concerning the heads proposed in His Majesties commission to the Convocation.
Boyse, J. (Joseph), 1660-1728. / [1688] Vindiciæ Calvinisticæ: or, some impartial reflections on the Dean of Londondereys considerations that obliged him to come over to the communion of the Church of Rome And Mr. Chancellor King's answer thereto. He no less unjustly than impertinently reflects, on the protestant dissenters. In a letter to friend. By W.B. D.D.
Boyse, J. (Joseph), 1660-1728. / [1695] A vindication of the remarks on the Bishop of Derry's discourse about human inventions from what is objected against them in the admonition annext to the second edition of that discourse by the author of the remarks.
Boyse, J. (Joseph), 1660-1728. / [1698] Sermon preach't before the societies for reformation in Dublin, Jan. 6, 1697/8 by J. Boyse.
Boyse, J. (Joseph), 1660-1728. / [1694] Remarks on a late discourse of William Lord Bishop of Derry; concerning the inventions of men in the worship of God. By J. Boyse
Boyse, J. (Joseph), 1660-1728. / [1695] The case of the dissenting Protestants of Ireland, in reference to a Bill of Indulgence, vindicated from the exceptions alledg'd against it, in a late answer. / By Ioseph Boyse.
Böhme, Jakob, 1575-1624.  / [Ag ai printiwyd 1657. ] Yr ymroddiad neu bapuryn a gyfieuthiwyd ddwywaith i helpu y cymru unwaith allan or hunan ar drygioni. Fe ai c yfieithwyd [sic] yn y flwyddyn 1654.
Böhme, Jakob, 1575-1624. / [M.CX.L.IV. i.e. 1654] The tree of Christian faith: being a true information, how a man may be one spirit with God, and what man must do to perform the works of God: in which is comprehended (compendiously) the whole Christian doctrine and faith. Item, what faith and doctrine is: an open gate of the great mystery of God out of the divine Magia, through the three principles of the divine being. / Written in High Dutch by Jacob Behmen.
Böhme, Jakob, 1575-1624. / [1650] The third booke of the authour, being The high and deepe searching out of the threefold life of man through (or according to) the three principles by Jacob Behmen, aliàs Teutonicus Philosophus ; written in the Germane language, anno 1620 ; Englished by J. Sparrovv ...
Böhme, Jakob, 1575-1624. / [1661] Several treatises of Jacob Behme not printed in English before ... : to which are annexed the exposition of the table of the three principles : also an epistle of the knowledge of God, and of all things, and of the true and false light : with a table of the revelation of the divine secret mystery / Englished by John Sparrow.
Böhme, Jakob, 1575-1624. / [1648] The second booke, concerning the three principles of the divine essence of the eternall, dark, light, and temporary vvorld shewing what the soule, the image and the spirit of the soule are : as also what angels, heaven, and paradise are : how Adam was before the fall, in the fall, and after the fall : and what the wrath of God, sinne, death, the devils and hell are, how all things have been, now are, and how they shall be at the last / written in the German language by Jacob Behmen, aliàs Teutonicus Philosophus.
Böhme, Jakob, 1575-1624. / [1652] Of Christs testaments, viz: baptisme and the Supper. Written in two bookes. The 1. of holy Baptisme, how it is to be understood in the ground thereof, and why a Christian should be baptised. The 2. of the holy supper of the Lord Christ, what it is, with the benefit and effects of it, and how the same may be worthily participated of. And how these are to be understood, both according to the Old and New Testament. Set forth from the true theosophicall ground, through the three principles of the divine revelation, and presented to the children of God for the information of their understandings. / Written in the yeare of Christ 1624. by Jacob Behm of Old Seidenberg alias Teutonicus Philosophus. And Englished by John Sparrovv, barrister of the Inner Temple London.
Böhme, Jakob, 1575-1624. / [1649] Mercurius Teutonicus, or, A Christian information concerning the last times being divers propheticall passages of the fall of Babel and the new building in Zion / gathered out of the mysticall writings of that famous Germane author, Jacob Behmen, alias, Teutonicus Phylosophus.