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Bucanus, Guillaume. / [1606] Institutions of Christian religion framed out of Gods word, and the writings of the best diuines, methodically handled by questions and answers, fit for all such as desire to know, or practise the will of God. Written in Latin by William Bucanus Professor of Diuinitie in the Vniuersitie of Lausanna. And published in English by Robert Hill, Bachelor in Diuinitie, and Fellow of Saint Iohns Colledge in Cambridge, for the benefit of our English nation, to which is added in the end the practise of papists against Protestant princes.
Bucer, Martin, 1491-1551. / [1557?] A treatise, how by the Worde of God, Christian mens almose ought to be distributed
Bucer, Martin, 1491-1551. / [1535?] A treatise declaryng [and] shewig dyuers causes take[n] out of the holy scriptur[es] of the sente[n]ces of holy faders [and] of the decrees of deuout emperours, that pyctures [and] other ymages which were wont to be worshypped, ar i[n] no wise to be suffred in the temples or churches of Christen men. By the whiche treatise the reder that is indifferent, shall se and perceyue, how good and godly a dede it was of the senatoures of Arge[n]tine, that of late daies they caused all the ymages with their auters to be cleane take[n] out of their churches. The authours of this litle treatise ar the ope[n] preachers of Argte[n]yne.
Bucer, Martin, 1491-1551. / [1535] [A treatise declaring and showing that images are not to be suffered in churches]
Bucer, Martin, 1491-1551. / [1566] The mynd and exposition of that excellente learned man Martyn Bucer, vppon these wordes of S. Mathew: Woo be to the wordle [sic] bycause of offences. Math. xviij. Faythfully translated in to Englishe, by a faythfull brother, with certayne obiections [and] answeres to the same
Buchan, John, Agent for the Royal Burrows. / [1698] Unto his Grace, his Majesties High Commissioner and the right honourable the Estates of Parliament. The humble petition of Mr. John Buchan Agent for the Royal Burrows.
Buchanan, George, 1506-1582. / [1698-1700?] The poor clients complaint
Buchius, Paulus, b. 1657 or 8. / [1693] The Divine Being and its attributes philosophically demonstrated from the Holy Scriptures, and original nature of things according to the principles of F.M.B. of Helmont / written in Low-Dutch by Paulus Buchius ... ; and translated into English by Philanglus.
Buck, George, fl. 1623-1646. / [Anno Domini 1635] The great Plantagenet. Or, A continued succession of that royall name, from Henry the Second, to our sacred soverainge King Charles. By Geo. Buck, Gent..
Buck, James. / [MDCXXXVII. 1637] A treatise of the Beatitudes. Or Christs happy men. By James Buck Bachelor of Divinitie, and vicar of Stradbrooke in Suffolke
Buck, James. / [1660] St. Paul's thanksgiving: set forth in a sermon preached before the right honorable House of Peers in the Abby-Church Westminster, on Thursday May 10. being the day of solemn thanksgivng to almighty God for his late blessings upon this kingdom. By James Buck, B.D. Vicar of Stradbrook in Suff. and domestick chaplian to the right honorable Theophilus Earl of Lincoln.
Buck, John. / [1692] A sermon preached at the funeral of that truly pious and faithful minister of Jesus Christ, Mr. Nich. Thorowgood at Godelman in Surrey. / By John Buck, Minister of the Gospel.
Bucke, John. / [in the yere of our Lorde. 1589] Instructions for the vse of the beades conteining many matters of meditacion or mentall prayer, vvith diuerse good aduises of ghostly counsayle. VVere vnto is added a figure or forme of the beades portrued in a table. Compiled by Iohn Bucke for the benefit of vnlearned. And dedicated to the honorable good lady, Anne Lady Hungarforde, sister to the duchesse of Ferria.
Buckeridge, John, 1562?-1631. / [M.DC.XVIII. 1618] A sermon preached before His Maiestie at Whitehall, March 22. 1617. being Passion-Sunday, touching prostration, and kneeling in the worship of God. To which is added a discourse concerning kneeling at the Communion. By Iohn, Bishop of Rochester.
Buckingham, George Villiers, Duke of, 1592-1628. / [Printed Anno Domini, 1641] The Duke of Buckingham his speech to the King in Parliament Aprill 4. 1628.
Buckingham, John Sheffield, Duke of, 1648-1720. / [1689] To Doctor Tillotson:
Buckingham, John Sheffield, Duke of, 1648-1720 or 21. / [1679] The enjoyment:
Buckinghamshire (England) / [1647] Two petitions of the counties of Buckingham and Hertford presented to His Excellencie S. Thomas Fairfax at S. Albans.
Buckland, Ralph, 1564-1611. / [1604-1605] Seaven sparkes of the enkindled soule With foure lamentations, which composed in the hard times of Queene Elizabeth, may be vsed at all times, when the Church hapneth to be extreamely persecuted. Drawne out of the holy Scriptures, after the forme of Psalmes. By R.B.P.
Buckland, Ralph, 1564-1611. / [1611?] An embassage from heauen Wherein our Lord Sauiour Christ Iesus giueth to understand his iust indignation against al such, as being Catholikely minded, dare yeelde their presence to the rites and publike praier, of the malignant church, by Ralphe Buckham priest ...
Buckler, Edward, 1610-1706. / [1682] The sin and folly of drunkenness considered I. What it is. II. What is vicious or sinfull in drinking (whether men will call it drunkenness or no.) III. What may be said against it.
Buckler, Edward, 1610-1706. / [1655] God all in all or The highest happines of the saints. Jn [sic] two parts. The I. Asserting this happiness to consist in the enjoyment of God. II. Enquiring into the quality of that enjoyment. Together with a short appendix, wherein is very briefly considered, the claim of natural reason, and private inspirations to a guidance of us in the things of God. Also what courses dishonour the Gospel, and what duties we owe it. By Edward Buckler, preacher of the Gospel.
Buckler, Edward, 1610-1706. / [1695] The door open for sinners and the duty of saints to Jesus Christ : fitted to the understanding of the meanest capacity. In a plain way of question and answer / by Edward Buckler.
Buckler, Edward, 1610-1706. / [1649?] Death dis-sected, or, A fort against misfortune in a cordiall compounded of many pious and profitable meditations on mans mortality / digested into severall poems by T.I.
Buckler, Edward, 1610-1706. / [MDCXLVII. 1647, i.e. 1646] Certain queries concerning the lawfullnes of imposing, and taking of the negative oath;: propounded by some ministers under restraint in the garrison of Weymouth. / And answered by [brace] E.B. and P.I. [brace] Ministers of [brace] Weymouth, and Melcomb-regis.
Buckminster, Thomas, ca. 1551-1599? / [1591] [A prognostication Buckminster 1591]
Buckworth, Theophilus. / [1664] Serenæ veritatis gratia There having lately been scattered abroad by Richard Lowndes book-seller, a scandalous paper, touching those so famous and long approved lozenges, made and publickly sold by Thoephilus Buckworth Gent. the first true author and inventer of them : the said Mr. Buckworth to vindicate himself from the scandalous aspersions of the said paper, and to undeceive the people from the traducements of Lownes, Peircy, and all other pretenders.
Budd, Thomas, 1648-1699. / [1694] The great doctrines of the gospel of Christ owned, believed and asserted in several declarations or sermons preached in London, by sundry servants of Christ of the society of Christian Quakers.
Budd, Thomas, d. 1698. / [1692] A true copy of three judgments given forth by a party of men, called Quakers at Philadelphia, against George Keith and his friends with two answers to the said judgments.
Buerdsell, James, 1669 or 70-1700. / [1700?] A discourse concerning the qualifications of prayer By J. Buerdsell, M.A. late fellow of Brase-nose College. Oxon.
Bugg, Francis, 1640-1724? / [1700] William Penn, the pretended Quaker discovered to hold a correspondence with the Jesuite's at Rome. To which is added, A winding-sheet for Ann Dockwra: by Francis Bugg.
Bugg, Francis, 1640-1724? / [1699?] To the most reverend the archbishops and the right reverend bishops humbly presented
Bugg, Francis, 1640-1724? / [1693] Something in answer to the allegation of the Quakers in their printed case presented to the House of Commons, Decemb. 1693
Bugg, Francis, 1640-1724? / [1699] Some reasons humbly proposed to the Lords spiritual and temporal, and Commons assembled in Parliament, why the Quakers principles and practices should be examined, and censured or suppressed. As also, some reason why I thus proceed.
Bugg, Francis, 1640-1724? / [1698] Some reasons humbly offered against the Quakers unreasonable request touching elections of members to serve in Parliament
Bugg, Francis, 1640-1724? / [1698] Seventy queries to seventy Quakers. Or, A second sober expostulation with the hearers amongst the Quakers, by way of interrogation; touching the doctrine and practice of their mercenary teachers, expecting their answer, or else shall conclude by their silence, they assent to what is objected against them by Fra. Bugg. The introduction to the reader.
Bugg, Francis, 1640-1724? / [1695] A second summons to the city of Abel, 2 Sam. 20 to deliver up Sheba, the son of Bichri, that man of Belial : by way of metaphor, alluding to the Quakers and Geo. Whitehead and may serve for a reply to their answer to my printed sheet, stiled The Quakers Yearly Meeting impeached, &c.
Bugg, Francis, 1640-1724? / [1695] The Quakers yearly metting [sic] or convocation impeached on the behalf of the Commons of England by Francis Bugg.
Bugg, Francis, 1640-1724? / [1696] The Quakers set in their true light in order to give the nations a clear sight of what they hold concerning Jesus of Nazareth, the Scripture, water baptism, the Lords Supper, magistracy, ministry laws and government / historically collected out of their most approved authors, which are their best continuing books from the year of their rise, 1650 to the year of their progress 1696 by Francis Bugg, senior.
Bugg, Francis, 1640-1724? / [1686] The Quakers detected, their errours confuted, and their hypocrisie discovered by a lover of the truth as it is in Jesus, Francis Bugg.
Bugg, Francis, 1640-1724? / [1694] Quakerism withering and Christianity reviving, or, A brief reply to the Quakers pretended vindication in answer to a printed sheet deliver'd to the Parliament wherein their errors, both in fundamentals and circumstantials are further detected, and G. Whitehead further unmask'd / by an earnest contender for the Christian faith, Francis Bugg.
Bugg, Francis, 1640-1724? / [1694] Quakerism anatomiz'd, by a charge against the Quakers, with a challenge to Richard Ashby, one of their teachers, to come forth in their vindication
Bugg, Francis, 1640-1724? / [1700] The pilgrim's progress, from Quakerism to Christianity containing, a farther discovery of the dangerous growth of Quakerism, not only in points of doctrine, but also in their politicks, respecting their government, and opposite to it, together with their fund or common bank to support the same : with a remedy proposed for this malady, and the cure of Quakerism : to which is added an appendix, discovering a most damnable plot, contriv'd and carrying on by New-Rome, by an united confederacy, against the reformed religion and professors thereof, as will appear from the designs of their silent meetings, their monthly, quarterly, second-day, six-week, and yearly meeting, all which are particularly herein treated on / by ... Fr. Bugg.
Bugg, Francis, 1640-1724? / [1683] The painted-harlot both stript and whipt, or, The second part of Naked truth containing a further discovery of the mischief of imposition among the people called Quakers by reason of a certain law or edict made by G. Whitehead, S. Crisp, and others of the leaders and preachers of G.F's party ... strictly requiring us neither to forsake, decline, nor remove our meetings like wordly, fearful, and politick professors : whereby their usurpations are mainfest and how they began to exercise dominion over the consciences of their brethren ... / by F. Bugg.
Bugg, Francis, 1640-1724? / [1691] One blow more at new Rome being an appendix to Battering rams &c. : containing a farther discovery of the grand errours, deep hypocrisies, and romish practices of the leader and teachers of the people called Quakers, but more parricularly [sic] G. Whitehead, being an answer to some part of his book stiled Innocency against envy &c. / by Francis Bugg.
Bugg, Francis, 1640-1724? / [1692] New Rome unmask'd and her foundation shaken by a farther discovery of the grand errors, deep hypocrisies, popish practices, and pernitious principles of the teachers and leaders of the people call'd Quakers : containing also a brief answer to three books wrote by G. Whitehead, one of her chief cardinals ... against Fran. Bugg ... : as also a brief narrative between the said G. Whitehead and Fran. Bugg ... / by Francis Bugg.
Bugg, Francis, 1640-1724? / [1700] A modest defence of my book entituled, Quakerism expos'd as also of my broad sheet : with a scheme of the Quakers yearly synod, and other books presented anno 1699 to the Parliament : and G. Whitehead's inside turn'd outward, by reprinting his ancient book Ishmael, &c. intirely, shewing thereby the Quakers ancient testimony of contempt of the Holy Scriptures and blasphemy against the blessed Trinity ... / by Francis Bugg.
Bugg, Francis, 1640-1724? / [1700] A just rebuke to the Quakers insolent behaviour, in their two books, i.e. A just censure, &c. the other, A sober reply, &c. both presented to some members of Parliament. : Also a dialogue between a civilian and a Quaker.
Bugg, Francis, 1640-1724? / [1699] Jezebel withstood, and her daughter Anne Docwra, publickly reprov'd for her lies and lightness in her book, stiled, An apostate conscience, &c. By Francis Bugg.
Bugg, Francis, 1640-1724? / [1684] Innocency vindicated and envy rebuked being a brief answer to George Whitehead and John Tysoe, touching John Anslo's proceedings in marriage, whereby their lyes, hypocrisy, and evil suggestion are discovered, and their evidences rejected, who being examined apart agree not in their tale, like their predecessours of old.
Bugg, Francis, 1640-1724? / [1682] De Christiana libertate, or, Liberty of conscience upon it's [sic] true and proper grounds asserted & vindicated and the mischief of impositions amongst the people called Quakers made manifest : in two parts : the first proving that no prince nor state ought by force to compel men to any part of the doctrine, worship, or discipline of the Gospel, by a nameless, yet an approved author [i.e. Sir Charles Wolseley], &c. : the second shewing the inconsistency betwixt the church-government erected by G. Fox, &c., and that in the primitive times ... : to which is added, A word of advice to the Pencilvanians / by Francis Bugg.
Bugg, Francis, 1640-1724? / [1699] The Christian ministry of the Church of England vindicated and distinguished from the antichristian ministry of the Quakers containing a brief reply to a false and foolish libel stiled A letter to the clergy of the diocess of Norfolk and Suffolk, &c., by a nameless author ... wherein his folly is detected, his lies confuted ... / by a member of the Church of England, Francis Bugg.
Bugg, Francis, 1640-1724? / [1700] A brief reply to George Whitehead's book stiled, A rambling pilgrim in answer to a book intituled The pilgrim's progress from Quakerism to Christianity : shewing the danger of the Quakers government within the government and opposite to it ... contrary to the laws of the land and particularly to the Act of Toleration / by Francis Bugg.
Bugg, Francis, 1640-1724? / [Jan. 12, 1690/1] Battering rams against New Rome containing a farther discovery of the grand hypocrisie of the leaders and teachers of the people called Quakers : together with a publick challenge to meet G. Fox, G. Whitehead, W. Penn, and S. Cater to prove matters of fact : to which are added some queries propounded to their Protestant hearers who are not of G.F.'s party / by Francis Bugg.
Buggs, Samuel. / [1622] Dauids strait A sermon preached at Pauls-Crosse, Iuly 8. 1621. By Samuel Buggs Bachelor of Diuinitie, sometime Fellow of Sidney-Sussex Colledge in Cambridge: and now minister of the word of God in Couentrie.
Builder of Zion the New Jerusalem. / [printed 1647] A nevv declaration out of orient: or, from the rising up of Mount Zion, the beloved city of God the New Jerusalem. Viz. that the mountaine where the house of the Lord standeth shall yet assuredly in these present and last times, upon the ruines of the sectarian state of Babel be made higher then all mountains, and exalted above all the hills. ...
Bulkeley, Peter, 1583-1659. / [1646] The Gospel-covenant; or The covenant of grace opened. Wherein are explained; 1. The differences betwixt the covenant of grace and covenant of workes. 2. The different administration of the covenant before and since Christ. 3. The benefits and blessings of it. 4. The condition. 5. The properties of it. / Preached in Concord in Nevv-England by Peter Bulkeley, sometimes fellow of Johns Colledge in Cambridge. Published according to order.
Bulkeley, Richard, 1657 or 8-1702. / [1685] A sermon preached at the Cathedral-Church of Hereford on May the 29th, 1684 being the anniversary day of His late Majesties birth and happy restauration, at a feast then first instituted by some of the loyal inhabitants of that country / by Richard Bulkeley ...
Bulkelly, John. / [1697] Short and plain directions for the observation of the Lords day as they were delivered in a sermon in the church of Mallow, in the diocess of Cloyne : suited to the capacity of the common people / by John Bulkelly, M.A. and rector of Cloyne.
Bulkley, Edward, d. 1621? / [1586] A sermon preached the 30. of Ianuary last at Bletsoe, before the Lord Saint-Iohn and others concerning the doctrine of the sacrament of Christes body and blood, vvherein the truth is confirmed and the errors thereof confuted, by Edward Bulkley doctor of diuinitie.
Bulkley, Edward, d. 1621? / [1608] An apologie for the religion established in the Church of England Being an answer to T.W. his 12. Articles of the last edition. In this impression recognized and much inlarged. Also answers to three other writings of three seuerall papists. By Ed: Bulkley Doctor of Diuinitie.
Bulkley, Thomas. / [1694] To the Right Honourable William, Earl of Craven; John, Earl of Bath; John, Lord Berkley; George, Lord Cartret; Anthony, Lord Ashley; Sir John Colleton, Barronet: being proprietors of Carolina, and the Bahama islands Thomas Bulkley, a free-holder, inhabitant and merchant of New Providence (one of the said islands) humbly presenteth the following address, viz.
Bull, Digby. / [1695] The watch-man's voice, giving warning to all men of the dreadful day of the Lord, which he apprehends to be at hand that they may take a due care to save their souls and lives that they perish not therein, and that their blood may not be required at his hand / written by Digby Bull.
Bull, Digby. / [1695] A letter of a Protestant clergy-man to the reverend clergy of the Church of England, and to all other good Protestants advertising them from the sacred revelation of St. John of the evil which he apprehends to be coming upon the Protestant church, etc. / written by Digby Bull ...
Bull, Digby. / [1695] An exhortation to trust in God, and not to despair of His help and fall from Him, in this dark time of popery that is coming upon the church written by Digby Bull.
Bull, Digby. / [1695] The contrariety of popery to the blessed word of God wherein may be seen that the doctrine and practice of the Church of Rome are not consistent with the sacred oracles of the Old and New Testament ... / written by Digby Bull ...
Bull, Digby. / [1695] The church's request to all her faithful sons and children that they would now pray for her, and stand by her, and help her what they can, and not forsake her in her desolate condition, and the dark time of popery that is coming upon her / written by Digby Bull ...
Bull, Jonathan, 1649-1702. / [1689] A relation of Captain Bull, concerning the Mohawks at Fort-Albany. May, 1689
Bullard, John. / [1693] Bibliotheca Blewitiana: being an excellent collection of books in all faculties and most languages, viz. the Oriental, Greek, Latin, French, Italian, Spanish and English : the library of the Reverend Mr. Math. Blewit, lately deceased. : Which will be sold by auction at Toms Coffee-house adjoyning to Ludgate, on Wednesday the 31st of January, 1693 and the following days ... / By John Bullord.
Buller, John, 17th cent. / [1642] July 19. 1642. An exact relation of two victorious battels fought by the English:: wherein they put to flight 2200, and kill'd 700 of the rebels at Cardoughen in the province of Munster; and 500 more at Youghall; at both which places they took a great quantity of ammunition, goods and victuals from the rebels. As it was sent to Mr. Buller, a member of the House of Commons, and another gentleman of quality. Wherein is likewise a true relation of the death of the Lord President.
Bullinger, Heinrich, 1504-1575. / [In the yeare of our lord god. M. D. xlix, The xxiii day of August 1549] A treatise or sermon of Henry Bullynger: much fruitfull and necessarye for this tyme, concernynge magistrates and obedience of subiectes Also concernyng the affayres of warre, and what scryptures make mension thereof. whether christen powers may war against their ennemies. And whither it be laufull for a christyan to beare the office of a magistrate, and of the duety of souldiers with many other holsom instructions for captaynes [and] souldiers both. Made in the yeare of our lorde. M. D. xlix.
Bullinger, Heinrich, 1504-1575. / [1575] The tragedies of tyrantes Exercised vpon the church of God, from the birth of Christ vnto this present yeere. 1572. Containing the causes of them, and the iust vengeance of God vpon the authours. Also some notable comfortes and exhortations to pacience. Written by Henrie Bullinger, and now Englished.
Bullinger, Heinrich, 1504-1575. / [1582] The summe of the foure Euangelistes comprehending both the course of the historie, and also the seuerall points of doctrine set foorth in the same pointing foorth as it were with the hand, that Iesus is Christ, the only, perfect, and sufficient Sauiour of all the faithfull. Written in Latine by the reuerend, learned, and godly father, Master Henrie Bullinger minister of the Church of Zurich. Translated into English for the profite of the vnlearned by Iohn Tomkys.
Bullinger, Heinrich, 1504-1575. / [1580?] Of the end of the world and iudgement of our Lord Iesus Christe to come, and of the moste perillous dangers of this our moste corrupt age, and by what meanes the godly may auoid the harmes thereof, sermons preached in latin in the assembly of the clergie by Henry Bullinger, and now lately englished by Thomas Potter.
Bullinger, Heinrich, 1504-1575. / [Anno .Do .1551] A moste sure and strong defence of the baptisme of children, against [the] pestiferous secte of the Anabaptystes. set furthe by that famouse clerke, Henry Bullynger: & nowe translated out of Laten into Englysh by Ihon Veron Senonoys.
Bullinger, Heinrich, 1504-1575. / [1551] A most necessary & frutefull dialogue, betwene [the] seditious libertin or rebel Anabaptist, & the true obedient christia[n] wherin, as in a mirrour or glasse ye shal se [the] excellencte and worthynesse of a christia[n] magistrate: & again what obedience is due vnto publique rulers of all th[os]e [that] professe Christ yea, though [the] rulers, in externe & outward thinges, to their vtter dampnatyon, do otherwyse then well: translated out of Latyn into Englishe, by Iho[n] Veron Senonoys.
Bullinger, Heinrich, 1504-1575. / [ca. 1577] A most excellent sermon of the Lordes Supper wherein briefely (and yet plainly yenough [sic]) is liuely set foorth the matter of the Supper of the Lorde Iesus. By Henry Bullinger. Translated out of Frenche, into English by I.T.
Bullinger, Heinrich, 1504-1575. / [1566] The iudgement of the Godly and learned father M. Henry Bullinger chiefe preacher and pastor of the Church of Zurich in Swicerlande, declaring it to be lawfull for the ministers of the Churche of Englande, to weare the apparell prescribed by the lawes and orders of the same realme.
Bullinger, Heinrich, 1504-1575. / [Anno. 1561] A hundred sermons vpo[n] the Apocalips of Iesu Christe reueiled in dede by thangell of the Lorde: but seen or receyued and written by thapostle and Eua[n]gelist. S. Iohn: compiled by the famous and godly learned man, Henry Bullinger, chief pastor of the congregation of Zuryk. Newly set forth and allowed, according to the order appoynted in the Quenes maiesties, iniuntions. Thargument, wurthines, commoditie, and vse of this worke, thou shalt fynd in the preface: after which thou hast a most exact table to leade thee into all the princypall matters conteyned therin.
Bullinger, Heinrich, 1504-1575. / [Anno. 1574] The hope of the faithfull. Declaring breefely and clearly the resurrection of our Lord Iesus Christ past, and of oure true essentiall bodies to come: and plainly confuting the cheefe errors, that hath sprong thereof, out the Scripture and doctors. VVith an euident probation, that there is an eternall life of the faithfull, and an euerlasting damnation of the vnfaithfull. Nevvly imprinted and corrected. 1574.
Bullinger, Heinrich, 1504-1575. / [1538] A commentary vpon the seconde epistle of S Paul to the Thessalonia[n]s. In the which besydes the summe of oure faythe, ther is syncerelye handled [and] set forth at large, not onely fyrst co[m]myng vp [and] rysyng with the full properyte [and] dominion, but also the fall and vtter confusion of the kyngdome of Antichriste: that is to say of Machomet [and] the byshop of Rome.
Bullinger, Heinrich, 1504-1575. / [1550] A brief and compendiouse table, in a maner of a concordaunce openyng the waye to the principall histories of the whole Bible, and the moste co[m]mon articles grounded and comprehended in the newe Testament and olde, in maner as amply as doeth the great concordau[n]ce of the Bible. Gathered and set furth by Henry Bollynger, Leo Iude, Conrade Pellicane, and by the other ministers of the church of Tygurie. And nowe first imprinted in Englyshe. D.M.L. [sic] The third boke of the Machabees a booke of the Bible also prynted vnto this boke which was neuer before translated or prynted in any Englyshe Bible. The contents of this booke are conteyned in the next leafe.
Bullock, Jeffery. / [1680?] A testimony against the 66 judges called Quakers who writ an epistle (as they call it) against John Story and John Wilkinson and those that joyned with them ...
Bullock, Jeffery. / [1686] Several testimonies given forth by Jeffery Bullock against that evil spirit by which he had been led to oppose the truth and people of God, both by word, writing, and printing books, for several years last past.
Bullock, Jeffery, of Sudbury. / [1677] A testimony against the Quakers False-doctrine, and the image they have set up Being a defence of the book called Antichrist transformed. In answer to a little book, published by Giles Barnadiston. And for better information, the image is hereto annexed verbatim, with the subscribers thereof. Published by Geoffery Bullock.
Bullock, Jeffery, of Sudbury. / [1678?] Antichrists transformations within, discovered by the light within.:
Bullord, John. / [1692] An incomparable collection of original paintings, and others by the best masters both ancient and modern, some whereof are part of the collection of a person of quality. The masters names are Sir P. Paul Ruben Sir Ant. Van Dyck Rembrandt Breughel ... will be sold at auction at VVills coffee-house at the west-end of the Court of Requests, over against the painted Chamber, near VVestminster-hall, on Monday the 22d. of this instant February, 1691. and the following days till all are sold; and then will conclude (this season) the sale of paintings at Westminster. The sale beginning at ten of the clock in the morning. By John Bullord.
Bullord, John. / [1690] A further continuation of the curious collection of paintings, containing five hundred pieces, by the best, ancient and modern masters particularly Titian. ... Polenburgh, &c. Will be sold by auction at Will's Coffee-House, at the west end of the Court of Requests, over against the Painted Chamber, near Westminster-Hall, on Friday, the 14th of this instant November, 1690. at nine of the clock in the morning exactly. By John Bullord. Catalogues are distributed gratis, at Mr. Manship's at the Black Bull in Cornhil: Mr. Richard Parker's at the Piazza under the Royal Exchange: at the Marine Coffee-House in Birchin-lane: at Mr. Bullord's at the Old Black Bear in St. Paul's Church-yard: at Mr. Roper's next to the Devil Tavern, at Temple-Bar: at Mr. Not's, in the Pall-Mall, booksellers; and at the place of sale.
Bullord, John. / [1690] A curious collection of paintings, most whereof are originals, by the best masters; and the rest very fine copies. Will be exposed to sale by way of auction, on Thursday, the 4th of this instant September, at the Marine Coffee-House, in Birching-lane, near the Royal-Exchange. By J. Bullord. Catalogues are distributed gratis, at Mr. Hensmans in Westminster-Hall: Mr. Notts in the Pall Mall: Mr. Ropers, near the Devil-Tavern in Fleetstreet; Mr. Hargraves, at the Kings-Head, in Holbourn: Mr. Bullords, in St. Paul's Church-yard: Mr. Richard Parkers, at the Unicorn on the Piazza, at the Royal-Exchange; and at the place of sale.
Bullord, John. / [1690] A collection of paintings, of the most eminent, ancient and modern masters viz. Albert Durer. ... Dixon. And others. Which curious collection of paintings, will be exposed to sale by auction, (or who bids most) at Kiftell's Coffee-House, adjoyning to the Court of Requests, near Westminster-Hall, on Monday, the 20th of this instant October 1690. At nine of the clock in the morning, and three in the afternoon exactly. By John Bullord. Catalogues are distributed gratis, at Mr. Manship's at the Black Bull in Cornhil: Mr. Richard Parker's at the Piazza under the Royal Exchange: at Mr. Bullord's at the Old Black Bear in St. Paul's Church yard: at Mr. Roper's next to the Devil Tavern, at Temple-Bar: at Mr. Not's in the Pall-Mall, booksellers; and at the place of sale.
Bullord, John. / [1691] A collection of curious paintings, most of which are originals by the best ancient and modern masters, viz. Bergham. ... Palingh, &c. will be sold by auction at Wills Coffee-house, at the west-end of the Court of Requests, over against the Painted Chamber, near Westminster-hall; on Tuesday the 27th of this instant October, 1691. The sale beginning at nine in the morning. By John Bullord.
Bullord, John. / [1691] A choice collection of valuable paintings most of which are originals by the best ancient and modern masters, viz. Old Boon. Van Diest. ... Melinos. Old Knyfe: will be sold by auction at Wills Coffee-house, at the west-end of the Court of Requests, over against the Painted Chamber, near Westminster-hall; on Tuesday the 10th of this instant November, 1691. The sale beginning at nine in the morning. By John Bullord. Catalogues are destributed gratis at the coffee-houses in Westminster Hall and at the place of sal [sic]
Bulstrode, Edward, 1588-1659. / [1657] A golden-chain, or, A miscelany of divine sentences of the sacred Scriptures, and of other authors. Collected, and linked together for the souls comfort. By Edward Bulstrode of the Inner-Temple, Esquire.
Bulteel, John, fl. 1683. / [1656] Londons triumph: or, The solemn and magnificent reception of that honourable gentleman, Robert Tichborn, Lord Major:: after his return from taking his oath at Westminster, the morrow after Simon and Jude day, being October 29. 1656. With the speeches spoken at Fosterlane-end and Soperlane-end.
Bunce, James, Sir, d. 1670. / [1660] Alderman Bunce his speech to the Lord Maior, Aldermen and Common-Council of London, touching the Kings resolution to accept of honourable conditions from a free-Parliament for his admitment.
Bunny, Edmund, 1540-1619. / [1576] The vvhole summe of Christian religion, giuen forth by two seuerall methodes or formes the one higher, for the better learned, the other applyed to the capacitie of the common multitude, and meete for all: yet both of them such, as in some respect do knit them selues together in one. By Edmund Bunny Bacheler of Diuinitie.
Bunny, Edmund, 1540-1619. / [1584] The scepter of Iudah: or, what maner of government it was, that unto the common-wealth or Church of Israel was by the law of God appointed. By Edm. Bunny
Bunny, Edmund, 1540-1619. / [1588] A necessarie admonition out of the prophet Joël concerning that hand of God that of late was upon us, and is not clean taken of as yet: and othervvise also verie fitlie agreeing (in divers good points) unto these dayes wherein wee live. By Edm. Bunny.
Bunny, Edmund, 1540-1619. / [1684] Llyfr y resolusion yr hwnsydd yn dysgv ini bawb : wneuther ein goreu a rhoi cwbl o'n Gristianogion hynny ydyw'ar ymadael a'n drwy fuchedd, a throi at ddaioni a duwioleb / wedi ei gyfiethu yn Gy mraeg gan y Dr. I.D. ...
Bunny, Edmund, 1540-1619. / [1588] The coronation of Dauid Wherein out of that part of the historie of David, that sheweth how he came to the kingdome, wee have set forth unto is what is like to be the end of these troubles that daylie arise for the Gospels sake. By Edm. Bunny.
Bunny, Francis, 1543-1617. / [1595] Truth and falshood, or, A comparison betweene the truth now taught in England, and the doctrine of the Romish church: with a briefe confutation of that popish doctrine. Hereunto is added an answere to such reasons as the popish recusants alledge, why they will not come to our churches. By Francis Bunny, sometime fellow of Magdalen College in Oxford
Bunny, Francis, 1543-1617. / [1617] A guide vnto godlinesse: or, A plaine and familiar explanation of the ten commandements, by questions and answeres fittest for the instruction of the simple and ignorant people. By Francis Bunny, one of the prebendaries of the Cathedrall Church of Durham.
Bunny, Francis, 1543-1617. / [1616] An exposition of the 28. verse of the third chapter of the epistle to the Romans Wherein is manifestly proued the doctrine of iustification by faith, and by faith onely. By Francis Bunny, one of the prebendaries of the Cathedrall Church of Durham.
Bunny, Francis, 1543-1617. / [1607] An ansvvere to a popish libell intituled A petition to the bishops, preachers, and gospellers, lately spread abroad in the north partes. By Francis Bunny Prebendary of Durham; sometimes fellow of Magdalen Colledge in Oxford
Bünting, Heinrich, 1545-1606. / [1636] Itinerarium totius Sacræ Scripturæ. Or, the trauels of the holy patriarchs, prophets, iudges, kings, our sauiour Christ, and his Apostles, as they are related in the Old and New Testaments. With a description of the townes and places to which they trauelled, and how many English miles they stood from Ierusalem. Also a short treatise of the weights, monies, and measures mentioned in the Scriptures, reduced to our English valuations, quantitie, and weight. Collected out of the workes of Henry Bunting, and done into English by R.B.
Bunworth, Richard. / [1666] A new discovery of the French disease and running of the reins their causes, signs, with plain and easie direction of perfect curing the same. By R. Bunworth,
Bunworth, Richard. / [1656] Man in paradise, or, A philosophical discourse vindicating the soul's prerogative in discerning the truths of Christian religion with the eye of reason
Bunworth, Richard. / [1656] The doctresse: a plain and easie method, of curing those diseases which are peculiar to women. Whereunto are annexed physicall paradoxes, or a new discovery of the æconomy of nature in mans body. / Written by R.B. &c.
Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. / [Anno Dom. 1657] A vindication of the book called, Some Gospel-truths opened; according to the Scriptures, and the opposition made against it by Edward Borrough, a professed Quaker, (but proved an enemie to the truth) examined and confuted by the word of God. And also, the things that were then laid down, and declared to the world by me, are a second-time born witness to, according to truth: with the answer of Edward Burrough to the quæries then laid down in my book reproved. And also, a plain answer to his quæries, given in simplicitie of soul; and is now also presented to the world, or who else may read, or hear them; to the end (if God will) that truth may be discovered thereby. / by John Bunyan ...
Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. / [MDCLXXXXIX 1699] Taith y pererin, neu, siwrneu dyn o'r byd hwn i'r byd addaw dan gyffelybiaeth breuddwyd yn yr hwn a dangosir, yn gyntaf, y modd o'i gychwãynfa ef, yn ail ei siwrneu ddyrãys, yn drydãydd, ei ddyfodiad or diwedd i'r wlad ddymunol, teãyrnas nãef / o wneuthuriad John Bunyan, yn saesnaeg ; y llyfr hwn a argraphwãyd yn sasnaeg bymtheg o weithiau, ac unwaith or blaen yn gymraeg o gyfieuthad cymmãyfg ddwãylo.
Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. / [1688] Taith neu siwrnai y pererin,: tan rith neu Gyffelybiaeth Breuddwyd : yn yr hwn y dangofir, I. Y Modd y mae Pechadur yn Chychwyn ...
Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. / [1675] Instruction for the ignorant being a salve to cure that great want of knowledg which so much reigns both in young and old / prepared and presented to them in a plain and easie dialogue, fitted to the capacity of the weakest, by John Bunyan.
Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. / [1658] A few sighs from hell, or, The groans of a damned soul. Or, An exposition of those words in the sixteenth of Luke, concerning the rich man and the beggar : wherein is discovered the lamentable state of the damned : their cries, their desires in their distresses, with the determination of God upon them. A good warning word to sinners, both old and young, to take into consideration betimes, and to seek by faith in Jesus Christ to avoid, lest they come into the same place of torment. Also a brief discourse touching the profitableness of the Scriptures for our instruction in the way of righteousness, according to the tendancy of the said parable. / By that poor and contemptible servant of Jesus Christ, John Bunyan.
Buonaccorsi, Andrea. / [1561] Newes come latle fro[m] Pera of two most mighti armies as wel of foteme[n] as of horsme[n], tra[n]slated out of Italien, to Fre[n]che and so into Engleshe. And first of the great Duke of Moscouia [and] of the Soffy, and y[e] othere of an Hebrewe people neuer spoken of before, fou[n]de not lo[n]g ago comming from y[e] mountaines called Caspii, with a newe inuencio[n] of weapons, with y[e] nomber of y[e] squadrons, and with the names of two earles [and] capitayns. And the cause whi y[e] great Turk hath forbydde[n] wyne, with mani other newes neuer hard of.
Buoni, Thommaso. / [1606] Problemes of beautie and all humane affections. VVritten in Italian by Tho: Buoni, cittizen of Lucca. With a discourse of beauty, by the same author. Translated into English, by S.L. Gent.
Burch, Dorothy. / [1646] A catechisme of the severall heads of Christian religion, gathered together in question and answer, it being intended onely for private use, but now published for the good and benefit of others, by the importunitie of some friends. By Dorothy Burch, living at Stroud in Kent.
Burch, W. / [Iune 17. 1647] The Kings Majesties desires to His Excellencie Sir Thomas Fairfax; concerning His Majesties royall person, and the proceedings of the army in their present design. Together with ten propositions propounded to the Honourable Houses of Parliament, by his Excellency, in behalf of the whole army; wherein is set forth, their resolution in this present design, their determination concerning the Kings Majesty and his royall posterity, and their desires about the vast sums of the kingdome. Likewise the resolution of both Houses for disposal of the Kings Majesties royall person.
Burches, George, d. 1658. / [An. Dom. 1641] A sermon preached at Owburne in Buckinghamshire at the funerall of the right worshipfull, and truly religious gentlewoman, Mris Margaret Elmes On the twenty-seaventh of Iuly. 1641. By George Burches batchlour of divinity.
Burches, George, d. 1658. / [1649] The marrovv of divinity: Wherein the weakest Christian may be informed in the whole body of gospel-truths. By George Burches batchelor in divinity; rector of Woodchurch, within the county of Cheshire; and sometimes minister of St. Johns Church in Chester.
Burches, George, d. 1658. / [1655] Mans inbred malady, or The doctrine of original sin maintained, as also the necessity of infants baptism. / By George Burches B.D. late Rector of Wood-Church in Cheshire.
Burd, Richard. / [1684] A sermon preached at the anniversary meeting of the natives of St. Martins in the Fields, at their own parochial church, on May 29, 1684 by Richard Burd, A.M., chaplain to the Right Honourable the Lord President, and lecturer of St. Mary Aldermanbury ; published at the request of the stewards.
Burden, William. / [1654] Christs personal reign on earth one thousand yeers wih his saints the manner, beginning and continuation of his reign clearlie proved by many plain texts of Scripture and the chief objections against it fully answered : explaining the 20 of the Revelations and all other Scripture prophecies that treat of it, and of Satan being shut up for one thousand years that he shal not have power to deceive the nations during the thousand years.
Burdet, John. / [1648] The resolution of the Prince of Wales, concerning the landing of his army in the Isle of Loving-land, within the county of Suffolk, and his propositions to all Englishmen, concerning his engagement for King, city, & kingdom against the army, & to fight for their liberties, freedom & priviledges. Likevvise, the further proceedings of the Royall Navie, under his Highness the D. of York, and the declaration of the seamen in the Isle of VVight and Portsmouth, concerning the King [sic] Majesty and the Fleet Royall. 1648.
Burdet, W. / [1651] A wonder of wonders. Being a faithful narrative and true relation of one Anne Green, servant to Sir Tho. Reed in Oxfordshire, who being got with child by a gentleman, her child falling from her in the house or office, being but a span long, and dead born, was condemned on the 14. of December last, and hanged in the castle-yard in Oxford, for the space of half and hour, receiving many great and heavy blowes on the brests, by the but end of the souldiers muskets, and being pul'd down by the leggs, and was afterwards beg'd for an anatomy, by the physicians, and carried to Mr. Clarkes house, an apothecary, where in the presence of many learned chyrurgions, she breathed, and began to stir; insomuch, that Dr. Petty caused a warm bed to be prepared for her, let her blood, and applyed oyls to her, so that in 14 hours she recovered, and the first words she spake were these; behold Gods providence! Behold his miraculous and loving kindness! VVith the manner of her tryal, her speech and confession at the gallowes; and a declaration of the souldiery touching her recovery. Witnessed by Dr. Petty, and licensed according to order.
Burfoit, T. / [June sic 13. 1647] New papers from the armie, concerning the Kings Majesties letter sent to His Highnesse the Duke of York, written by His Majesties own hand. Also, the resolution and proceedings of their commissioners at the treaty at Wickham; concerning the peace and safety of the kingdome of England. With a remarkable passage concerning the kingdome of Scotland.
Burgersdijck, Franco, 1590-1635. / [1697] Monitio logica, or, An abstract and translation of Burgersdicius his logick by a gentleman.
Burges, Cornelius, 1589?-1665. / [1648. i.e. 1649] A vindication of the ministers of the Gospel in, and about London, from the unjust aspersions cast upon their former actings for the Parliament, as if they had promoted the bringing of the King to capitall punishment: With a short exhortation to their people to keep close to their covenant-ingagement.
Burges, Cornelius, 1589?-1665. / [1641] To the honourable the knights, citizens and burgesses of the Commons-House of Parliament: the humble petition of sundry ministers intrusted to solicite the petition and remonstrance formerly exhibited to this Honourable House, and of many of their brethren, most humbly sheweth, ...
Burges, Cornelius, 1589?-1665. / [1641] A sermon preached to the Honourable House of Commons assembled in Parliament at their pvbliqve fast, Novem. 17, 1640 by Cornelius Burges.
Burges, Cornelius, 1589?-1665. / [1660] Some of the differences and alterations in the present Common-prayer-book, from the book established by law, in quinto & sexto, Edw. 6. and 1 Eliz
Burges, Cornelius, 1589?-1665. / [MDCLX. 1660] Reasons shewing the necessity of reformation of the publick [brace]1. doctrine, 2. worship, [double brace] 3. rites and ceremonies, 4. church-government, and discipline, reputed to be (but indeed, not) established by law. Humbly offered to the serious consideration of this present Parliament. By divers ministers of sundry counties in England.
Burges, Cornelius, 1589?-1665. / [1625] A new discouery of personal tithes: or The tenth part of mens cleere gaines Proued due both in conscience, and by the lawes of this kingdome. By C. Burges.
Burges, Cornelius, 1589?-1665. / [1645] The necessity of agreement with God: opened in a sermon preached to the Right Honourable the noble House of Peers assembled in Parliament, upon the 29th of October, 1645. being the monethly fast. / By C. Burges, D.D. preacher of the Word to the city of London. Published in obedience to an order of their Lordships.
Burges, Cornelius, 1589?-1665. / [1641] An humble examination of a printed abstract of the answers to nine reasons of the House of Commons, against the votes of bishops in Parliament. Printed by order of a committee of the honourable House of Commons, now assembled in Parliament.
Burges, Cornelius, 1589?-1665. / [1625] The fire of the sanctuarie newly vncouered, or, A compleat tract of zeale. By C. Burges
Burges, Cornelius, 1589?-1665. / [1622] A chaine of graces drawne out at length for reformation of manners. Or, A briefe treatise of virtue, knowledge, temperance, patience, godlinesse, brotherly-kindnesse, charitie. So farre forth as they are vrged by the Apostle in 2 Pet. 1. verse 5,6,7. By C. Burges P. of Watford.
Burges, Cornelius, 1589?-1665. / [1659] A case concerning the buying of bishops lands with, the lawfulness thereof and the difference between the contractors for sale of those lands, and the corporation of VVells, ordered, Anno. 1650, to be reported to the then Parliament / with the necessity thereof, since fallen upon Dr. Burges.
Burges, Cornelius, 1589?-1665. / [Ann. Dom. 1629] Baptismall regeneration of elect infants professed by the Church of England, according to the Scriptures, the primitiue Church, the present reformed churches, and many particular divines apart. By Cor: Burges ...
Burges, Cornelius, 1589?-1665. / [1641] Another sermon preached to the Honorable House of Commons now assembled in Parliament, November the fifth, 1641 by Cornelius Burges, D.D. ; wherein, among other things, are shewed a list of some of the popish traytors in England.
Burges, John, 1561?-1635. / [1631] The lavvfulnes of kneeling in the act of receiving the Lords Supper VVherein (by the way) also, somewhat of the crosse in baptisme. First written for satisfaction of a friend, and now published for common benefit. By Dr. Iohn Burges, pastor of Sutton Coldfield.
Burgess, Anthony, d. 1664. / [1646] Vindiciæ legis: or, A vindication of the morall law and the covenants,: from the errours of papists, Arminians, Socinians, and more especially, Antinomians. In XXIX. lectures, preached at Laurence-Jury, London. / By Anthony Burgess, preacher of Gods Word.
Burgess, Anthony, d. 1664. / [1658] A treatise of self-judging, in order to the worthy receiving of the Lords Supper. Together with a sermon of the generall day of judgement. / By Anthony Burgesse pastor of Sutton-Coldfield in Warwickshire.
Burgess, Anthony, d. 1664. / [1645] Romes cruelty & apostacie: declared in a sermon preached on the fifth of November, 1644. Before the Honourable House of Commons. By Anthony Burgess, pastour of Sutton Coldfield; a Member of the Assembly.
Burgess, Anthony, d. 1664. / [1645] The reformation of the church to be endeavoured more then that of the common-vvealth, declared, in a sermon preached before the Right Honourable House of Lords at the publike fast, August 27. 1645. / By Anthony Burges, pastour of Sutton Coldfield, and now preacher at Laurence-Jury, London.
Burgess, Anthony, d. 1664. / [M.DC.XLVI. 1646] Publick affections, pressed in a sermon before the Honourable House of Commons assembled in Parliament: Upon the solemn day of humiliation, Febr. 25. 1645. / By Anthony Burgesse, pastour of Sutton-Cold-field: now minister at Laurence Jewry London, and a member of the Assembly of Divines. Published by order of that House.
Burgess, Anthony, d. 1664. / [1658] Paul's last farewel, or A sermon, preached at the funerall of that godly and learned minister of Jesus Christ, Mr. Thomas Blake.: By Anthony Burgesse, pastor of the church at Sutton-Coldfield in Warwickshire. With a funeral oration made at Mr. Blakes death by Samuel Shaw, then schoolmaster of the Free-School at Tamworth.
Burgess, Anthony, d. 1664. / [1644] The magistrates commission from heaven. Declared in a sermon preached in Laurencejury, London, the 28. day of Sept. 1644. at the election of the Lord Major. / By Anthony Burgesse, sometimes fellow of Immanuel Colledge in Cambridge; now pastour of Sutton Coldfield in Warwick shire, and a member of the Assembly. Imprimatur Thomas Gataker.
Burgess, Anthony, d. 1664. / [1644] Iudgements removed, where judgement is executed. Or A sermon preached to the Court Marshall in Lawrence Iury, London, the 5th of Septemb. 1644.: Being the day of their solemn seeking of the Lord for his blessing upon their proceedings. By Anthony Burges, sometimes fellow of Emmanuell Colledge in Cambridge; now pastor of Sutton-Coldfeild in Warwickshire; a member of the Assembly.
Burgess, Daniel, 1645-1713. / [1695] The way to peace A funeral sermon on Job 22.21. Preached upon the decease of the right honourable Elizabeth, Countess of Ranalagh. By Daniel Burgess.
Burgess, Daniel, 1645-1713. / [1688] Three questions resolved briefly and plainly, viz. What conceptions ought we to have of the blessed God? What are those truths, whereof the knowledge appeareth most indispensibly necessary unto our salvation; and (therefore) to be first and most learnt by us? What is the change wrought in a man by God's H. Word and spirit, before he can safely conclude himself pass'd from death to life? Being the summ of three sermons. By Daniel Burgess.
Burgess, Daniel, 1645-1713. / [M DC XC III. 1693] The sure way to wealth Infallible directions to get and keep sufficient riches; even while taxes rise, and trades sink. By Daniel Burgess, pastor of a church near Covent-Garden, London.
Burgess, Daniel, 1645-1713. / [1690] Seasonable words for English Protestants a sermon from Jer. 51, 5, setting forth, 1. When a land is filled with sin? 2. What evidences we have that England is not forsaken yet by God? and, 3. What is required of us, that we may not be given up to destruction.
Burgess, Daniel, 1645-1713. / [M DC XC III. 1693] Rules for hearing the Word of God with certain and saving benefit The second edition. By Daniel Burgess, minister of the gospel. Published by an hearer of them, at the request of many others.
Burgess, Daniel, 1645-1713. / [1697] Proofs of God's being and of the Scriptures divine original with twenty directions for the profitable reading of them : being the sum of several sermons desired by many hearers / by Daniel Burgess.
Burgess, Daniel, 1645-1713. / [1694] The most difficult duty made easy: or, Directions to bring our hearts to forgive our enemies By D.B. Minister of the Gospel.
Burgess, Daniel, 1645-1713. / [1690] Mans whole duty and Gods wonderful intreaty of him thereunto set forth from 2 Cor. 5, 20, and published at the request of some hearers / by Daniel Burgess.
Burgess, Daniel, 1645-1713. / [1691] Eighteen directions for saving conversion unto God by Daniel Burgess ... thus published for the poor.
Burgess, Daniel, 1645-1713. / [1694] The church's triumph over death a funeral-sermon preached upon the decease of blessed Mr. Robert Fleming, late pastor of a church in Rotterdam / by Daniel Burgess.
Burgess, Daniel, 1645-1713. / [1675] Christians earnest expectation and longing for the glorious appearing of the great God and our saviour Jesus Christ set forth in a discourse occasioned by the decease of that excellent Christian and minister of Christ Mr. Noah Webb ... / by Daniel Burgess.
Burgess, Daniel, 1645-1713. / [1688] The Christian temper: or, The quiet state of mind that God's servants labour for Set forth in a sermon at the funeral of Mrs. Ursula Collins. By D.B.
Burgess, Daniel, 1645-1713. / [1691] Christian commemoration, and imitation of saints departed explicated, and pressed from Heb.13.7. Occasioned by the decease of the Reverend Mr. Henry Hurst, lately minister of the gospel in London. By Daniel Burgess.
Burgess, Daniel, 1645-1713. / [1691] Characters of a godly man both as more and less grown in grace / by Daniel Burgess.
Burgess, Daniel, 1645-1713. / [1697] Causa Dei, or, Counsel to the rich of this world to the highest part of the dust of the earth : to which is prefixed an humble address to the King's Majesty.
Burgess, Daniel, 1645-1713. / [1689] A call to sinners such as are under sentence of death and such as are under any prospect of it from the long-suffering and gracious, but most righteous God / by His servant, Daniel Burgess.
Burgess, Daniel, 1645-1713. / [1690] Advice to parents and children the sum of a few sermons contracted and published at the request of many pious hearers / by Daniel Burgess ...
Burgher of Amsterdam. / [1680] The matter of fact a la mode de France, or, The case stated after the French manner, in relation to the alliance proposed by the two crowns of England and France, with the states of the United Netherlands with rational reflections thereon / in a letter from a burgher of Amsterdam, to his friend in the campagne, dated January 30, 1680 : Englished from the French copy.
Burghill, Fran. (Francis) / [printed in the year, 1662] A proposal for the speedy enriching both of the King and people:
Burghley, William Cecil, Baron, 1520-1598. / [1597] Ordinances made by Sir William Cecill Knight of the Order of the Garter, Baron of Burghley, for the order and gouernement of xiij. poore men, whereof one to be the warden of the hospitall at Stanford Baron in the countie of Northampton, to remaine in a chest in a chamber in the sayd hospitall, locked vp in a chest with two seuerall locks, the keyes whereof to be in the custodie of the Vicar of S. Martins and the bailiffe of the manour. xx. Augusti Anno xxxix. Elizabethae Reginæ, & anno domini 1597.
Burkitt, William, 1650-1703. / [1694] The poor man's help and young mans guide containing I. Doctrinal instructions for the right informing of his judgment, II. Practical directions for the general course of his life, III. Particular advices for the well-managing of every day : with reference to his [brace] 1. Natural actions, 2. Civil imployments, 3. Necessary recreations, 4. Religious duties : particularly I. Prayer [brace] publick in the congregation, private in the family, secret in the closet, II. Reading the Holy Scriptures, III. Hearing of the Word preached, IV. Receiving of the Lord's Supper : unto which is added an earnest exhortation unto all Christians to the love and practice of universal holiness / by William Burkitt ...
Burkitt, William, 1650-1703. / [1680] The peoples zeal provok't to an holy emulation by the pious and instructive example of their dead minister, or, A seasonable memento to the parishioners of Lavenham in Suffolk being a sermon preached to that people, soon after the solemn enterrment of their Reverand and pious minister, Mr. William Gurnall, who aged 63, died October 12, 1679 : and now at their request made publick / by William Burkitt ...
Burkitt, William, 1650-1703. / [1700] Expository notes with practical observations on the Four Holy Evangelists, viz., St. Matthew, St. Mark, St. Luke, St. John wherein the sacred text is at large recited ... and the instructive example of the holy Jesus to our imitation recommended ; designed for the instruction of private families ... / by William Burkitt.
Burling, Elias. / [1694] A call to back-sliding Israel and may be as a necessary word of caution and admonition to the inhabitants of East and West-Jarsey, Pennsilvania, &c. as a remembrancer to them to call to mind their former state, and whence they are fallen. With some short account of my leaving a second time that party of them called Quakers, which have condemned G. Keith, and all that own him, or his testimony for the crucified Jesus, our alone advocate in heaven. By Elias Burling.
Burnaby, A. (Anthony) / [1696] An essay upon the excising of malt: as also, the present case of tallies consider'd. By A. Burnaby, of the Middle-Temple.
Burne, Nicol. / [1581] Ane admonition to the antichristian ministers in the deformit Kirk of Scotland:
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1687] Some reflections on His Majesty's proclamation of the 12th of February 1686/7 for a toleration in Scotland, together with the said proclamation
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1689] A sermon preached in the chappel of St. James's, before His Highness the Prince of Orange, the 23d of December, 1688 by Gilbert Burnet.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [MDCLXXXIX 1689] A sermon preached at the coronation of William III and Mary II, King and Queen of England, ---- France, and Ireland, defenders of the faith in the Abby-Church of Westminster, April 11, 1689 / by Gilbert Lord Bishop of Salisbury. Printed by their Majesties special command.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1684] A sermon preached at the Chappel of the Rolls, on the fifth of November, 1684: Being Gun-Powder-Treason-Day. By Gilbert Burnet, D.D.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1689?] A second part of the enquiry into the reasons offered by Sa. Oxon for abrogating the test: or an answer to his plea for transubstantiation; and for acquitting the Church of Rome of idolatry
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [ca. 1700] The life and death of Sir Matthew Hale, Knt. late Lord Chief Justice of England.: Containing many pious and moral rules for humane conversation. : Also, many remarkable sayings and worthy actions of the said lord chief justice. : And many other things worth the readers perusal. / Written originally by Dr. Gilbert Burnet, now Bishop of Salisbury.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [MDCLXXXV 1685] An impartial survey and comparison of the Protestant religion as by law established, with the main doctrines of popery wherein is shewn that popery is contrary to scripture, primitive fathers and councils ... / by a true son of the Protestant Church of England as established by law.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [M DC LXXXI. 1681] The history of the reformation of the Church of England. The second part, of the progress made in it till the settlement of it in the beginning of Q. Elizabeth's reign. / By Gilbert Burnet, D.D.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1689] An enquiry into the present state of affairs and in particular, whether we owe allegiance to the King in these circumstances and whether we are bound to treat with him, and to call him back again, or not.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [Printed in the year, 1689] An enquiry into the measures of submission to the supream authority: And of the grounds upon which it may be lawful, or necessary for subjects, to defend their religion lives and liberties.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1687] Dr. Burnet's travels, or Letters containing an account of what seemed most remarkable in Switzerland, Italy, France, and Germany, &c written by Gilbert Burnet ...
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [M.DC.LXXXIX 1689] Dr. Burnet's sermon before His Highness the Prince of Orange, at the Cathedral of Exon, on reading his declaration:
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1688] A discourse wherein is held forth the opposition of the doctrine, worship, and practices of the Roman church to the nature, designs and characters of the Christian faith by Gilbert Burnet.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1688] A continuation of the second part of the enquiry into the reasons offered by Sa. Oxon for the abrogating of the test: relating to the idolatry of the Church of Rome.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1689] A collection of eighteen papers relating to the affairs of church & state during the reign of King James the Second (seventeen whereof written in Holland and first printed there) by Gilbert Burnet ...
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1688?] An apology. for the Church of England, with relation to the spirit of persecution; for which she is accused:
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1687] An answer to a paper printed with allowance, entitled, A new test of the Church of England's loyalty
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [MDCLXXXII. 1682] The abridgment of The history of the reformation of the Church of England. By Gilbert Burnet, D.D.
Burnyeat, John, 1631-1690. / [printed in the year 1688] The innocency of the Christian Quakers manifested,: and the truth of their principles and doctrine cleared and defended from the loud (but false) clamours, base insinuations and wicked slanders of James Barry. / Published for the general satisfaction and benefit of all, who simply desire to know and embrace the truth.
Burnyeat, John, 1631-1690. / [1686] An epistle from John Burnyeat to friends in Pennsilvania; to be disperced by them to the neighbouring provinces, which for convenience and dispatch was thought good to be printed, and so ordered by the Quarterly Meeting of Philadelphia, the 7th of the 4th month, 1686.
Burrell, Andrewes. / [Printed in the year. 1648 i.e. 1649] A cordiall for the calenture and those other diseases which distempers the seamen. Or, A declaration discovering and advising how Englands sea honour may be regained, and maintained as in the happy raigne of Queene Elizabeth, of famous memory.: With the saving of two hundred and fifteen thousand one hundred twenty two pounds a year, one year with the other.
Burrell, Percival. / [1629] Sutton's synagogue, or, The English centurion shewing the vnparallelled bounty of Protestant piety / by Perci. Burrell ...
Burridge, Richard, b. 1670. / [MDCC. 1700] Hell in an uproar: occasioned by a scuffle that happened between the lawyers and the physicians, for superiority. A satyr.
Burridge, Richard, b. 1670. / [1700] The consolation of death as it was presented to Her Highness, the Princess Ann of Denmark, on the immature loss of William, late Duke of Gloucester / by Richard Burridge.
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1654] The vvalls of Ierico razed down to the ground. Or, An answer to a lying book, called the Quaking principles dashed in peices [sic]: wherein one called Henoch Howett, which goes under the name of an Anabahtist [sic], doth falsely accuse, and maliciously belye us; his seven principles which he calls ours, I shall lay down, and what we own is vindicated, and what he hath belyed the truth in, is turned upon his own head. / By one who is zealous for the name of the Lord of Hostes, called Edward Burrough.
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1660?] To the present assembly, members of parliament at Westminster. The considerations of a servant of the Lord, upon the present state of affairs, presented unto you for to read and consider, as informations unto you, concerning present proceedings in this nation.
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1659] To the Parliament of the Common-wealth of England, the present authority of these nations assembled at Westminster. A presentation, by a faithful friend to the nations ... [i.e. Edward Burroughe].
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [Printed in the year of the worlds accompt, 1654] Something in answer to a book called Choice experiences, given forth by one J. Turner.: Also the copy of a letter sent to the assembly of those that are called anabaptists in Newcastle. Wherein the simple minded ones may see the deceit of those people, who take up the practises of others, by imitation and tradition from the Scriptures, not having the same commands themselves, as the saints alwayes had, from the spirit of the Lord. And that Christ in the saints, which is their hope of glory, is the same Christ that was crucified by the Jews, who is the lambe slaine from the foundation of the world. Also the difference between the saints who waite on the Lord for the moving if his spirit to be acted, when, and as he please; and formalists of these dayes, who in their owne wills and time practice their imitations of duties and ordinances, which the Lord abhorres. By a servant of the Lord, named of the world Edward Burrough.
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1654] For the souldiers, and all the officers of England, Scotland and Ireland a warning from the Lord, that they forget not his kindness, but call to mind his mercies, and their own promises.
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1660] A declaration to all the world of our faith, and what we believe who are called Quakers. And this is written, that all people upon Earth may know by whom, and how we are saved, and hopes for eternal life; and what we believe concerning God, Christ and the spirit, and of the things that are eternal, appertaining to all man-kind to know and believe. Also what ministers and magistrates we own, and what, and whom we deny.
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1661] A declaration of the sad and great persecution and martyrdom of the people of God, called Quakers, in New--England for the worshipping of God. Wherof 22 have been banished upon pain of death. 03 have been martyred. 03 have had their right-ears cut. 01 hath been burned in the hand with the letter H. 31 persons have received 650 stripes. 01 was beat while his body was like a jelly. Several were beat with pitched ropes. Five appeals made by them to England, were denied by the rulers of Boston. One thousand forty four pounds worth of goods hath been taken from them (being poor men) for meeting together in the fear of the Lord, and for keeping the commands of Christ. One now lyeth in iron-fetters, condemned to dye. Also, some considerations, presented to the King, which is in answer to a petition and address, which was presented unto him by the general court at Boston : subscribed by J. Endicot, the chief persecutor there; thinking thereby to cover themselves from the blood of the innocent.
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1656] The crying sinnes reproved whereof the rulers and people of England, are highly guilty ... : with meek exhortations to this present Parliament ... / E.B.
Burrough, William, b. 1639 or 40. / [1694] An account of the Blessed Trinity argued from the nature and perfection of the Supream Spirit, coincident with the Scripture doctrine, in all the articles of the Catholick Creeds; together with its 1 mystical 2 fœderal 3 practical uses in the Christian religion, by William Burrough rector of Chynes in Bucks.
Burroughes, Thomas, b. 1611 or 12. / [1669] Directions about preparing for death
Burroughes, Thomas, b. 1611 or 12. / [1646] Christ the Sts advantage both in life and death. A sermon preached at the funerall of Ms Elisabeth Coke, wife to Colonell Tho. Coke of Pebmersh, Esquire. By Thomas Burrough, preacher of the Gospel at Pebmersh in Essex.
Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646. / [MDCXLVI. 1646] A vindication of Mr Burroughes,: against Mr Edwards his foule aspersions, in his spreading Gangræna, and his angry Antiapologia. Concluding with a briefe declaration what the Independents would have. / By Jer: Burroughes.
Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646. / [MDCXLVI. 1646, i.e. 1645] A sermon preached before the Right Honourable the House of Peeres, in the Abbey at Westminster, the 26. of Novemb. 1645. Being the day appointed for solemne and publique humiliation. / By Jer: Burroughes. Published by order of the said House.
Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646. / [1666] The rare jewel of Christian contentment: Wherein is shewed; 1. What contentment is. 2. The holy art or mystery of it. 3. Several lessons that Christ teacheth, to work the heart to contentment. 4. The excellencies of it. 5. The evils of murmuring. 6. The aggravations of the sin of murmuring. By Jeremiah Burroughs. The first of the eleven volumes that are published by Thomas Goodwin, William Greenhil, Sydrach Sympson, Philip Nye, William Bridge, John Yates, William Adderly.
Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646. / [MDCXLVIII. 1648] The rare jevvel of Christian contentment.: By Jeremiah Burroughs, preacher of the Gospel to two of the greatest congregations in England; viz. Stepney and Criplegate, London.
Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646. / [1648] Jacobs seed or The generation of seekers. And Davids delight : or The excellent on earth. / By the late reverend preacher of the Gospel Jeremiah Burrough.
Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646. / [1648] Gospel-worship, or, The right manner of sanctifying the name of God in general. And particularly in these three great ordinances, viz. [brace] 1. Hearing the Word, 2. receiving the Lords Supper, 3. prayer. / By Jeremiah Burroughs. At the end of the contents of this book is printed the titles of all the works of Mr. Ieremiah Burroughs, that are published by Thomas Goodwin ... [et al.]
Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646. / [1660] Gospel-revelation in three treatises, viz, 1 The nature of God. 2 The excellencies of Christ. And, 3 The Excellency of mans immortal soul. By Jeremiah Burroughs, late preacher of the gospel at Stepney, and Giles-Cripple-gate, London. Published by William Greenhill. William Bridge. Philip Nye. John Yates. Matthew Mead. William Adderly.
Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646. / [1657] Gospel reconciliation, or, Christ's trumpet of peace to the world wherein is shewed (besides many other gospel truth) ... that there was a breach made between God and man ... to which is added two sermons / by Jeremiah Burroughs.
Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646. / [1659] Four books on the eleventh of Matthew: viz: I. Christ inviting sinners to come to him for rest. II. Christ the great teacher of souls that come to him. To which is added a treatise of meekness and of anger. III. Christ the humble teacher of those that come to him. IIII. The only easie way to heaven. By Jeremiah Burroughs, preacher of the Gospel at Stepny and Cripple-Gate, London.
Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646. / [1650] An exposition with practical observations continued upon the fourth, fifth, sixth, and seventh chapters of the prophesy of Hosea· Being first delivered in several lectures at Michaels Cornhil London. By Jeremiah Burroughs. Being the fifth book, published by Thomas Goodwyn, William Greenhil, Sydrach Simson William Bridge, John Yates, William Adderly.
Burrowes, John, fl. 1693-1715. / [1716] The case of John Burrowes draper and George his son, Joshua Morris gent. Elizabeth his wife, Christopher Potter, gent. and Phillis his wife, Sarah Burrowes and Martha Burrowes, spinsters; which said John, Elizabeth, and Phillis, Sarah, and Martha, were brother and sisters, and legatees of George Burrowes of London merchant, deceas'd
Burston, Daniel. / [1662] Eyaggeliztes eti eyaggelizomenos, or, The evangelist yet evangelizing submitted to the judgment and censure of the churches of England and Ireland by Daniel Burston ...
Burt, Nathaniel, fl. 1644-1655. / [1649] For every individuall member of the honourable House of Commons. Concerning the major, magstracy, and officers of Dover.
Burt, Nathaniel, fl. 1644-1655. / [1655] Advice, sent in a letter from an elder brother, to a younger. Which he missed of by being abscent, since occasionally printed, it relating to remedying and reforming severall abuses in the Common Wealth, by severall practisers pretending equitie and conscience in the High Court of Chancery, and that unsetled, irregular unlimmited Court of Probates, who also act against the law of God, and the law of England, as in the reading thereof may be observed and bewayled, and it is hoped, may be of publick concernment, and profit; wherefore the author hath been at this charge of printing it.
Burt, Thomas, preacher of the word. / [1604] A nicke for neuters. A most godly and fruitfull sermon, begun and preached at Paules Crosse, the 30. day of October last, and continued & finished in Paules Church, on New-yeeres day at night. / By Thomas Burt, Preacher of the Word.
Burthall, Raunce. / [1650] An old bridle for a vvilde asse-colt. Or, the new mystery of iniquity unfolded,: briefely discovering the physiognomy of a wanton youthfull king, carnall reason, who under the name of true reason bewitcheth, and deceiveth many unstable soules; for those whose sakes is here declared their cunning wiles, and flights; by which they do deceive, and draw disciples after them, to their own perpetuall disgrace, if not destruction. In a briefe commentary on the second of Peter, chap. 2. Where the apostle hath plainly prophesied of that sort of antichristians, or false prophets, now commonly known by the name of ranters, whose unreasonable practises being only named, and laid open to view, wil be sufficient ground to reasonable men, to desert their wicked wayes, and societies, which they continue so infectious and disorderd. / By Raunce Burthall.
Burthogge, Richard, 1638?-ca. 1700. / [1694] An essay upon reason, and the nature of spirits by Richard Burthogge ...
Burton, Edward, of Stanton, Derbyshire. / [1649] The fathers legacy: or Burtons collections Containing many excellent instructions for age, and youth, shewing them how to live godly in this life, and to attaine everlasting happinesse in the life to come. First written for the instruction of his onely son, and now set forth for the benefit of others. By Edw: Burton.
Burton, Henry, 1578-1648. / [1641] The sounding of the two last trumpets, the sixt and seventh or Meditations by way of paraphrase upon the 9th. 10th. and 11th. Chapters of the Revelation, as containing a prophecie of these last times. / Digested by Henry Burton during his banishment, and close imprisonment in the isle of Guernsey.
Burton, Henry, 1578-1648. / [1646] The peace-maker: or, Solid reasons, perswading to peace:: grounded upon the late Solemn covenant. / By H.B.
Burton, Henry, 1578-1648. / [1647] Meditations upon 1 Sam. 26. 19.: Humbly presented to the Common-Councel of London, for their serious rumination. / By their servant for their good, Henry Burton.
Burton, Henry, 1578-1648. / [1631] The law and the Gospell reconciled. Or the euangelicall fayth, and the morall law how they stand together in the state of grace A treatise shewing the perpetuall vse of the morall law vnder the Gospell to beleeuers; in answere to a letter written by an antinomian to a faithfull Christian. Also how the morality of the 4th Commandement is continued in the Lords day, proued the Christian Sabbath by diuine institution. A briefe catalogue of the antinomian doctrines. By Henry Burton.
Burton, Henry, 1578-1648. / [in the yeer 1641. i.e. 1642] A divine tragedie lately acted,: or, A collection of sundrie memorable examples of Gods judgements upon Sabbath-breakers, and other like libertines, in their unlawfull sports, hapning within the realme of England, in the compasse onely of few yeers last past, since the book was published, worthy to be known and considered of all men, especially such, who are guilty of the sin or archpatrons thereof. / By that worthy divine Mr. Henry Burton.
Burton, Henry, 1578-1648. / [anno Dom. 1636] An apology of an appeale Also an epistle to the true-hearted nobility. By Henry Burton, pastor of St. Mathewes Friday-Street.
Burton, Samuel, 1568 or 9-1634. / [1620] A sermon preached at the generall assises in Warwicke, the third of March, being the first Friday in Lent. 1619. By Samuel Burton, Archdeacon of Gloucester. Seene and allowed by authoritie
Burton, William, d. 1616. / [1596] God wooing his church: set foorth in three godly sermons. / By William Burton preacher at Reading.
Burton, William, d. 1616. / [1606] An abstract of the doctrine of the sabbaoth Briefly, yet fully and plainely set forth; together with the vses of the same doctrine; with the vsuall obiections and answers therevnto. All which for the helpe of memorie, are drawne into sundry chapters.
Bury, Arthur, 1624-1713. / [1689 or 90] To avoid the intolerable drudgery of giving full satisfaction by a several letter to every one that may deserve and desire it, the rector of Exeter College hath taken this way to give an account of the unhappy affair which hath drawn clamors, as decry him and his assessors in behalf of one of the fellows, who they say is injuriously, or at least too severely expelled.
Bury, Arthur, 1624-1713. / [1660] The mystery of iniquity discovered to work in the children of disobedience whereby the pretended godliness of schismaticks appeareth to be the greatest ungodliness : in a cathedral-lecture at St. Peters in Exon / by Arthur Bury ...
Bury, Arthur, 1624-1713. / [1694] A defence of the doctrines of the Holy Trinity and incarnation placed in their due light in answer to a letter, written to the clergy of both universities.
Bury, Arthur, 1624-1713. / [1692] The danger of delaying repentance set forth in a sermon preached to the university at St. Mary's Church in Oxford on New-Years-Day, 1691/2 / by Ar. Bury ...
Bury, Arthur, 1624-1713. / [1681] The constant communicant a diatribe proving that constancy in receiving the Lords Supper is the indespensible duty of every Christian / by Ar. Bury ...
Bury, Edward, 1616-1700. / [1681] A soveraign antidote against the fear of death: or, A cordial for a dying Christian Being ten select meditations, wherein a Christians objections are answered, and his doubts and fears removed, and many convincing motives and arguments are laid down to perswade him to a willing submission to Gods will, whether he be sent for by a natural or a violent death. By Edward Bury formerly minister of Great Bolas in Shropshire.
Bury, Edward, 1616-1700. / [1660] A short catechism containing those fundamental points of religion, the knowledge of which is necessary to salvation / compiled for the examination of communicants, before they be admitted to the sacrament ... by E. Bury.
Bury, Edward, 1616-1700. / [1677] The husbandmans companion containing one hundred occasional meditations reflections and ejaculations : especially suited to men of that employment : directing them how they may be heavenly-minded while about their ordinary calling / by Edward Bury.
Bury, Edward, 1616-1700. / [1675] A help to holy walking, or, A guide to glory containing directions how to worship God, and to walk with him in the whole course of our lives / by Edward Bury.
Bury, Edward, 1616-1700. / [1693] Death improv'd, and immoderate sorrow for deceased friends and relations reprov'd wherein you have many arguments against immoderate sorrow, and many profitable lessons which we may learn from such providences / by Edward Bury ...
Bury, George. / [1607] The narrovv vvay, and the last iudgement deliuered in two sermons: the first at Pauls Crosse, the other elsewhere, by G.B. preacher of the word at Alphamston in Essex.
Bury, Jacob. / [1685] Advice to the Commons within all His Majesties realms and dominions written by Jacob Bury, Esq. ... ; containing the perfect harmony, consent and agreement between divinity and law, in defence of the government established by law in church and state, and that kingly government is by divine right.
Bury, John, 1580-1667. / [1615] The schole of godly feare a sermon preached at the assises holden in Exeter, March 20, 1614.
Bury, John, 1580-1667. / [1631] The moderate Christian a sermon preached in Exeter at a trienniall visitation of the Reverend Father in God, Ioseph Lord Bishop of that see. March 24. 1630. By Iohn Bury, sometime Fellow of Baliol Colledge in Oxford.
Bury, John, 17th cent. / [1679] A true narrative of the late design of the papists to charge their horrid plot upon the Protestants by endeavouring to corrupt Capt. Bury and Mr. Brooks of Dublin, and to take off the evidence of Mr. Oats and Mr. Bedlow &c. : as appears by the depositions taken before the Right Honourable Sir Joseph Williamson, Knight, one of His Majesties late principal secretaries of state, and the several examinations before Sir William Waller, Knight, one of His Majesties justice of the peace / published for general information.
Bush, Edward. / [1576] A sermon preached at Pauls crosse on Trinity sunday, 1571. By E.B.
Bush, John, fl. 1693. / [1693] The necessity and reward of a willing mind a sermon preach'd at Exon before an assembly of ministers of the counties of Devon and Somerset, April 16, 1693 / by John Bush.
Bush, Paul, 1490-1558. / [1556] A brefe exhortation set fourthe by the vnprofitable seruant of Iesu christ, Paule Bushe late bishop of Brystowe, to one Margarete Burges wyfe to Ihon Burges, clotheare of kyngeswode in the Countie of Wilshere.
Bush, William. / [1682 i.e. 1692] The celestial race a discourse perswading to the practice of celerity, constancy, & sincerity in the ways of God : preached at the funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Knack, daughter of Mr. Thomas Knack of Edgerton in Kent, who died January 2, Anno Dom. 1692 in the eleventh year of her age / by William Bush ...
Bushell, Bridges, d. 1657. / [1657] The arraignment and condemnation of Cap. Bridges Bushell; declaring the occasion and manner how a soldier was by him slain, about nine years since; for which he was never questioned till midsummer last, 1656. At which time he was apprehended, and upon examination committed to the White Lion prison in Southwark. And at the Lent-Assizes there, anno 1657. recieved the sentence of death; which was accordingly executed. Left behinde him in writing, to the end it might be printed and published.
Bushell, Brown, d. 1651. / [1651] The speech and confession of Capt. Brown-Bushel, at the place of execution on Saturday last, under the scaffold on Tower-Hill: with the manner of his deportment, and his coming from the Tower in a scarlet cloak; as also his prayer, and desires to the people. Together with the manner of his tryall; and the articles and charge exbibited [sic] against him. / Written by G.H. an eye-witnesse.
Bushell, Seth, 1621-1684. / [1673] A warning-piece for the unruly in two sermons at the metropolitical visitation of the most reverend father in God, Richard Lord Archbishop of York, held at Preston in Amondernes in Lancashire, and there preached, the former on that day, the latter the day following / by Seth Bushell.
Bushell, Seth, 1621-1684. / [1682] Cosmo-meros, the worldly portion, or, The best portion of the wicked, and their misery in the enjoyment of it, opened and applyed together with some directions and helps in order to a heavenly and better portion, enforced with many usef[ul] and divine considerations / by Seth Bushell ...
Bushell, Seth, 1621-1684. / [1678] The believer's groan for heaven in a sermon at the funeral of honourable Sir Richard Hoghton, of Hoghton, baronet / preached at Preston in Amoundernes in Lancashire, Feb. 14, 1677, by Seth Bushell ...
Bushell, Thomas, 1594-1674. / [1656?] A table, setting forth the maner of that great philosopher the Lord Chancelor Bacons searching for mettals by making addits through the lowest level of hills or mountains, and conveying aire into the innermost parts of their center by pipe and bellows; as well as by art to mollifie the hardest stone, without the tedious way and inestimable charge of sinking aery shafts; and is now intended to be put in practice by his meniall servant Thomas Bushell, on Hingston-Downe, according to his lordhsips command, and the approbation of that great mineralist , Sir Francis Godolphine; with the demonstrative resons of each particular to the lords of the fee, and proprietors of Hingston-Downe is as followeth.
Bushell, Thomas, 1594-1674. / [MDC. XXXVI. 1636] The seuerall speeches and songs, at the presentment of Mr Bushells rock to the Queenes most excellent Majesty. Aug. 23. 1636. Her Highnesse being gratiously pleased to honour the said rock, not only with her royall presence; but commanded the same to be called after her owne princely name Henrietta.
Bushell, Thomas, 1594-1674. / [ca. 1659] Mr. Bushel's mineral overtures
Bushell, Thomas, 1594-1674. / [1642] A just and true remonstrance of His Majesties mines-royall in the principality of Wales, presented by Thomas Bushell Esquire, farmer of the said mines-royall, to His Maiestie.
Bushell, Thomas, 1594-1674. / [1628] The first part of youths errors. Written by Thomas Bushel, the superlatiue prodigall
Bushell, Thomas, 1594-1674. / [1660] An extract by Mr. Bushell of his late abridgment of the Lord chancellor Bacons philosophical theory in mineral prosecutions published for the satisfaction of his noble friends that importunately desired it.
Bushell, Thomas, 1594-1674. / [Printed in the yeere 1649] The case of Thomas Bushell, of Enston in the county of Oxon, Esquire. Truly stated. Together with his progresse in minerals, and the desires of severall merchants and others that are willing and ready to advance so good a work for the benefit of the nation. Humbly tendred to the serious consideration of the honourable House of Commons, and all other persons in authority, whether civill or martiall, that are desirous to advance the trade of the nation, supply the necessities of the poor, by discovering the hidden treasures of the Earth, preserve the lives of many poore creatures from untimely death (who now are destroyed in their prime for petty fellonies) which might otherwise be made serviceable to the Commonwealth.
Bushell, Thomas, 1594-1674. / [Printed in the yeer, 1647 i.e. 1648] A brief declaration of the severall passages in the treaty concerning the surrender of the garrison of Lundy, formerly commanded by Tho. Bushell Esq; Governour thereof for His Maiestie. Die Sabbathi 10. Julii 1647. Ordered by the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, that upon the delivery up of the Isle of Lundy to the Lord Vicount Say and Seal, or his assignes, by Mr. Tho. Bushell, the delinquencie of the said Tho. Bushell be taken off, and all sequestration in respect thereof be discharged, and he and his assignes restored to all such rites as he or they had or ought to have in the mines in Devonshire, Wales, and Cornewall, and to all his other estates and rights whatsoever, and that the men that were with him in the island, being not souldiers of estate and fortune, be pardoned and freed from delinquencie. H. Elsing. Cler. Par. Dom. Com.
Bushell, Thomas, 1594-1674. / [printed in the yeare of our Lord 1650] The apologie of Thomas Bushell, of Enston in the county of Oxford, Esquire. By way of vindication from the supposed treason, or misprision of treason laid to his charge, or suggested against him by malicious persons aiming at his life and fortune; together with the reasons of his absence, and right of his demands ...
Busher, Leonard. / [1646] Religions peace: or, A plea for liberty of conscience.: Long since presented to King James, and the High Court of Parliament then sitting, / by Leonard Busher citizen of London, and printed in the year 1614. Wherein is contained certain reasons against persecution for religion, also a designe for a peaceable reconciling of those that differ in opinion.
Butler, Charles, d. 1647. / [1694] A sermon preached at the funeral of Mr. James Lordel who was buried at St. Magnus Church March 27, 1694 by Lilly Butler.
Butler, John, D.D. / [1678] Christian liberty asserted in oposition to the Roman yoke delivered in a sermon preached in His Majesties royal chappel of Windsor, the 8th of Decemb. 1678 / by John Butler.
Butler, Lilly. / [1696] A sermon preached before the right honourable the lord mayor and aldermen and citizens of London at St. Lawrence Jewry on the Feast of St. Michael, 1696 : at the election of the lord mayor for the year ensuing / by Lilly Butler.
Butler, Lilly. / [MDCXCI 1691] A sermon preached at St. Mary-le-Bow, before the Lord Mayor, Court of Aldermen and citizens of London on Wednesday, the 16th of September, a day appointed by Their Majesties for a solemn monthly fast / by Lilly Butler, Rector of Bubbingworth in Essex.
Butler, Lilly. / [1696] A sermon preached at St. Mary-le-Bow before the Lord Mayor, Court of Aldermen, and citizens of London, on Friday the 26th of June a day appointed by proclamation for a general and publick fast / by Lilly Butler ...
Butler, Lilly. / [1697] A sermon preached at St. Mary-le-Bow before the Lord Mayor, and court of aldermen, and citizens of London, on Wednesday the 28th of April, a day appointed by His Majesty's proclamation for a general and publick fast by Lilly Butler ...
Butler, Lilly. / [1697] A sermon preach'd at St. Mary-le-Bow to the Societies for Reformation of Manners, April 5, 1697 by Lilly Butler.
Butler, of Oundle. / [1593] A learned and notable sermon vpon the text Vos autem non sic. But you not so Lately preached vpon speciall occasion, by M. Butler of Owndell, in S. Maries Church in the Vniuersity of Cambridge: and succinctly debating the chiefe matters, which are now in question in the Church of England. Verie profitable for the further resoluing of them, who being brought into suspence by the contradiction of ministers, are content to lend an indifferent eare vnto the truth.
Butler, Samuel, 1612-1680. / [Printed in the year, 1663] A proposall humbly offered, for the farming of liberty of conscience
Butler, Samuel, 1612-1680. / [1663] A proposal humbly offered for the farming of liberty of conscience
Butler, Thomas, Captain. / [1649] The little Bible of the man or the Book of God opened in man by the power of the Lamb. Wherein God is the spirit or inside of the book, and man the letter or out-side of it. In whom, as in a glass, you may both behold the spirit and letter of the holy Scriptures in the new man; fulfilled and explained from Genesis to Jeremiah. This is the first volume of Gods Book in man. Written by a weak instrument of the Lords, Capt. T. Butler.
Butterfield, Robert. / [1629] Maschil, or, A treatise to giue instruction touching the state of the Church of Rome since the Councell of Trent, whether shee be yet a true Christian church. And if she have denied the foundation of our faith. For the vindication of the right reuerend father in God, the L. Bishop of Exeter, from the cavills of H.B. in his book intituled The seven vialls. By Robert Butterfield Master of Arts, and minister of Gods Word.
Butterfield, Swithun, d. 1611. / [1590] The principles of the true Christian religion breifelie selected, out of manie good bookes. first reade: and then iudge.
Buttler, John. / [1684] A sermon preached on the 30th. of January, 1683/4. Being an anniversary for the martyrdom of King Charles the First. / By John Buttler, B.D.
Buxtorf, Johann, 1564-1629. / [1665] Masora. A collection out of the learned master Joannes Buxtorfius's Commentarius Masorethicus. / By Clement Barksdale.