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Ch. M. / [1639] Meditations and deuout discourses vpon the B. Sacrament composed by Ch. M.
Chabbert, John. / [1696?] The most humble remonstrances presented to the Honourable the knights, citizens, and burgesses of the House of Commons, in Parliament assembled
Chaderton, Laurence, 1536?-1640. / [1578?] An excellent and godly sermon most needefull for this time, wherein we liue in all securitie and sinne, to the great dishonour of God, and contempt of his holy word. Preached at Paules Crosse the xxvi. daye of October, an. 1578 by Laurence Chaderton Batcheler of Diuinitie.
Chadwell, William. / [1660] A profitable and well grounded concordance both fitted for the meanest capacity, and very useful for general good; wherein may be readily found the chiefest words contained in the Scriptures. Also the chiefest doctrinal heads of Scripture, opened and illustrated, both by reason, and argument. Being a subject of the most useful nature yet extant. / By the industrious labours of W. Chadwell.
Chadwich, John. / [1614] A sermon preached at Snarford in Lincolnshire at the funerals of Sir George Sanct-Paule, knight and baronet, December the 9. 1613 by Iohn Chadvvich ... ; together with a briefe and true relation of his vertuous life and holy death.
Chadwick, Daniel. / [1698] A sermon preached at the Church of St. Mary in Nottingham to the Society for the Reformation of Manners, on July the 6th, being the usual lecture day ...
Chaffinge, Thomas, ca. 1581-1646. / [An. Dom. 1630] The iust mans memoriall Cuius memoria in benedictionibus. To the pretious and immortall memory of the Right Honourable and truely noble Lord, William Earle of Pembroke. As it was deliuered in a sermon at Baynards Castle, before the interment of the body.
Chafie, Thomas. / [1652] The seventh-day Sabbath· Or a brief tract on the IV. Commandment. Wherein is discovered the cause of all our controversies about the Sabbath-day, and the meanes of reconciling them. More particularly is shewed 1. That the seventh day from the creation, which was the day of Gods rest, was not the seventh day which God in this law commanded his people to keep holy; neither was it such a kinde of day as was the Jewes Sabbath-day. 2. That the seventh day in this law commanded to be kept holy, is the seventh day of the week, viz. the day following the six dayes of labour with all people. 3. That Sunday is with Christians as truly the Sabbath-day, as was Saterday with the Jewes. / By Thomas Chafie parson of Nutshelling.
Chafie, Thomas. / [1692] A brief tract on the fourth commandment wherein is discover'd the cause of all our controversies about the Sabbath-day, and the means of reconciling them ...Recommended by the Reverend Dr. Bates, and Mr. John How.
Chalfont, R. (Richard), 1607 or 8-1648. / [1644] A sermon preached at the publique fast the tenth day of May 1644. at St Maries Oxford, before the Members of the Honourable House of Commons there assembled. / By R. Chalfont B.D. and Fellow of Lincolne Coll. Printed by their order.
Chalmers, John. / [1687] English orthography. Or The art of writing and spelling true English in three parts ... By John Chalmer, teacher of the arts of writing and accounts, &c.
Chaloner, Edward, 1590 or 91-1625. / [1623 i.e. 1622] Sixe sermons. Preached by Edward Chaloner Doctor of Diuinitie, and Fellow of All-Soules Colledge in Oxford.
Chaloner, Edward, 1590 or 91-1625. / [Ann. Dom. 1629] Six sermons now first published, preached by that learned and worthy divine Edward Chaloner lately deceas'd, Dr in Divinity, sometimes Chaplaine in Ordinary to our soveraigne K. Iames, and to his Maiesty that now is: and late Principall of Alban Hall in Oxford. Printed according to the author's coppies, written with his owne hand.
Chaloner, Richard, d. 1643. / [1643] Mr. Challenor his confession and speech made upon the ladder before his execution on Wednesday the fifth of July 1643. in Corne-hill jnst [sic] against the Royall Exchange. It is this day ordered by the committee of the House of Commons in Parliament concerning printing, that the confession of Richard Challenor be printed by Peter Cole. July 5. 1643 John White.
Chaloner, Thomas, 1595-1661. / [1657. i.e. 1656] A true and exact relation of the strange finding out of Moses his tombe, in a valley neere unto Mount Nebo in Palestina. With divers remarkable occurrences that happened thereupon, and the severall judgements of many learned men concerning the same. / Communicated by a person of quality residing at Constantinople, to a person of honour here in England, and by him permitted to be published, for the satisfaction of the ingenious.
Chaloner, Thomas, 1595-1661. / [1646] An answer to the Scotch papers.: Delivered in the House of Commons in reply to the votes of both houses of the Parliament of England, concerning the disposall of the Kings person, as it was spoken when the said papers were read in the House. / By Thomas Chaloner Esquire, a Member of the House of Commons.
Chamber, John, 1546-1604. / [1601] A treatise against iudicial astrologie Dedicated to the right Honorable Sir Thomas Egerton Knight, Lord Keeper of the great Seale, and one of her Maiesties most honorable priuie Councell. VVritten by Iohn Chamber, one of the prebendaries of her Maiesties free Chappell of VVindsor, and fellow of Eaton College.
Chamberlain, Robert, b. 1607. / [1639] Conceits, clinches, flashes, and whimzies Newly studied, with some collections, but those never published before in this kinde.
Chamberlain, Robert, b. 1607. / [1640] Jocabella, or a cabinet of conceits. Whereunto are added epigrams and other poems, by R. C.
Chamberlain, Robert, b. 1607. / [1661] Balaams asse cudgeld: or The cry of town and countrey against scandalous and seditious scriblers.
Chamberlaine, George, fl. 1651-1653. / [1653] The remonstrance and declaration of George Chamberlaine Gent. declaring to the world all passages concerning his lawfull mariage with Ione Hele, sole daughter and heire of Andrew Hele Esq. ... And also how the said Samuel Massey and his sayd wife ... hath defrauded the said George Chamberlaine ....
Chamberlaine, James, Sir, d. 1699. / [1680] A sacred poem wherein the birth, miracles, death, resurrection, and ascension of the most holy Jesus are delineated ... : also eighteen of David's psalms, with the Book of Lamentations paraphras'd, together with poems on several occasions / by James Chamberlaine.
Chamberlayne, Edward, 1616-1703. / [Printed in the yeare, 1647] The present vvarre parallel'd. Or A briefe relation of the five yeares civil warres of Henry the Third, King of England, with the event and issue of that unnaturall warre, and by what course the kingdome was then setled againe. Extracted out of the most authenticke historians and records.
Chamberlayne, Edward, 1616-1703. / [1660] The late warre parallel'd. Or, A brief relation of the five years civil warres of Henry the Third, King of England, with the event and issue of that unnatural warre, and by what course the kingdom was then setled again. / Extracted out of the most authentick historians and records, by Edward Chamberlain Gentleman, in the time of the late civil wars in England.
Chamberlayne, Thomas. / [1656] The compleat midwifes practice, in the most weighty and high concernments of the birth of man. Containing perfect rules for midwifes and nurses, as also for women in their conception, bearing, and nursing of children: from the experience not onely of our English, but also the most accomplisht and absolute practicers among the French, Spanish, Italian, and other nations. A work so plain, that the weakest capacity may easily attain the knowledge of the whole art. With instructions of the midwife to the Queen of France (given to her daughter a little before her death) touching the practice of the said art. / Published with the approbation and good liking of sundry the most knowing professors of midwifery now living in the city of London, and other places. Illustrated with severall cuts in brass. By T.C. I.D. M.S. T.B. practitioners.
Chamberlen, Hugh. / [1693] To His Grace, William, Duke of Hamilton, Their Majesties High Commissioner and the Honourable Estates of Parliament, the following considerations and proposals are humbly presented by Dr. Hugh Chamberlen.
Chamberlen, Hugh. / [1694?] A supplement to the proposal for a general fishery explaining the nature and benefit of the fund proposed for the same.
Chamberlen, Hugh. / [1694] Some useful reflections upon a pamphlet called A brief account of the intended Bank of England, whereunto is annexed a short description of Doctor Chamberlens's bank.
Chamberlen, Hugh. / [1696] A short abstract of Doctor H. Chamberlen's proposal to the honourable House of Commons, the last sessions. And also of Mr. John Briscoe's present printed proposal, compared together ...
Chamberlen, Hugh. / [1700] Several matters, relating to the improvement of the trade in this kingdom, by the use and establishment of a land-credit humbly presented to the consideration of His Grace, the Lord High Commissioner, to the Right Honourable Estates of Parliament, and to the whole nation in general / by H.C.
Chamberlen, Hugh. / [1695] The several articles or parts of the proposal upon land-credit rationally explained.
Chamberlen, Hugh. / [1689] A proposal for the better securing of health. Humbly offered to the consideration of the Honourable Houses of Parliament.
Chamberlen, Hugh. / [1695] A proposal by Dr. Hugh Chamberlain in Essex-Street, for a bank of secure current credit to be founded upon land. In order to the general good of landed men. To the great increase of the value of land, and the no less benefit and augmentation of trade and commerce.
Chamberlen, Hugh. / [1695] A proposal for erecting a general bank which may be fitly called the Land Bank of England.
Chamberlen, Hugh. / [1693] Papers relating to a bank of credit upon land security proposed to the Parliament of Scotland. By Dr. Hugh Chamberlen. Published by order of the committee, to which the consideration of the proposal is referred. Advertisement. The following proposal, with the objections, answers, and other papers relating thereunto, having been considered by the committee of Parliament, were ordered to be printed: to the end, that all persons, who have any other objections to make, might give in the same to the clerk of the committee, against their next meeting: Which is to be upon the 18 day of this instant July 1693.
Chamberlen, Hugh. / [1685] Manuale medicum, or, A small treatise of the art of physick in general, and of vomits and the Jesuits powder in particular by Hugh Chamberlain ...
Chamberlen, Hugh. / [1694] A few queries relating to the practice of physick with remarks upon some of them : modestly proposed to the serious consideration of mankind, in order to their information how their lives and healths (which are so necessary, and therefore ought to be dear to them) may be better preserved / by H. Chamberlen ...
Chamberlen, Hugh. / [1700] A few proposals humbly recommending to the serious consideration of His Majesty's High Commissioner, and the Right Honourable, the Estates of Parliament, the establishing a land-credit in this kingdom with several explanations of, and arguments for the same : together with full answers to all such objections, as have hitherto appeared against it / by Hugh Chamberlen ...
Chamberlen, Hugh, fl. 1720. / [1696] Some remarks upon a late nameless and scurrilous libel, entituled, A bank-dialogue between Dr. H.C. and a country-gentleman. In a letter to a person of quality.
Chamberlen, Hugh, fl. 1720. / [Anno 1693] Papers relating to a bank of credit upon land security proposed to the Parliament of Scotland / by Dr. Hugh Chamberlen.
Chamberlen, Hugh, fl. 1720 . / [1697] A proposal and considerations relating to an office of credit upon land security: proposed to their excellencies the Lords Justices: and to the lords of the Privy Council, and Parliament of Ireland. / By Dr. Hugh Chamberlen.
Chamberlen, Peter, 1601-1683. / [anno Domini 1647] A voice in Rhama:: or, The crie of women and children. Ecchoed forth in the compassions of Peter Chamberlen, Doctour in Physick, Fellow of the Colledge of London, and one of his Majesties physicians extraordinary.
Chamberlen, Peter, 1601-1683. / [1649?] To the honourable House of Commons assembled in Parliament, the humble petition of Peter Chamberlen, doctor in physick,.
Chamberlen, Peter, 1601-1683. / [1682] To all Arch-Bishops, and Bishops, who are not a shame (to) or ashamed (of) the name of Christ before men, grace, wisdom and truth, from God our Father, and from our Lord Jesus Christ, amen.
Chamberlen, Peter, 1601-1683. / [1682] The sons of the east: being an epistle written in English by old Dr. Chamberlen (eldest scarlet of Europe) senior to all popes, cardinals, bishops, and doctors, now living.) To the synagogue of the Jews in London, being a remnant of the numerous people of Israel, scattered into all countries over the face of the earth; who were once the peculiar inheritance, and only beloved people (above the nations of the world) wisheth health, grace, and truth, from God the father of all, by the means of the true Messiah; whose coming Israel expects on earth, and Christians hope from heaven in glory. Amen.
Chamberlen, Peter, 1601-1683. / [1662] The sober man's vindication, discovering the true cause and manner how Dr. Chamberlen came to be reported mad: which scandal they propagated throughout England, Wales and Ireland, and the same false report was met with in Scotland, France and the low countries.
Chamberlen, Peter, 1601-1683. / [1659] A scourge for a denn of thieves.
Chamberlen, Peter, 1601-1683. / [1650] Master Bakewells sea of absurdities concerning sprinkling calmely driven back / by Peter Chamberlen, 12 April, 1650.
Chamberlen, Peter, 1601-1683. / [1650] A letter to Mr. Braine Br. of Divinity concerning an administrator of water-baptisme.
Chamberlen, Peter, 1601-1683. / [1659] Legislative povver in problemes [sic], published for the information of all those who have continually adhered to the good cause: and for the reformation of those who had embraced the bad cause. By Peter Chamberlin Docter in Physick.
Chamberlen, Peter, 1601-1683. / [1682] Englands choice, &c. to all arch-bishops, and bishops who are not a shame (to) or ashamed (of) the name of Christ before men, grace, wisdom and truth, from God our Father, and from Our Lord Jesus Christ, Amen.
Chamberlen, Peter, 1601-1683. / [1654] A discourse between Cap. Kiffin, and Dr. Chamberlain, about imposition of hands.
Chamberlin, Absalon. / [1682] The Quaker's prophesie of the terrible judgment that will befal this land being Englands sad estate and condition lamented in this just complaint taken up against the greatest part of her inhabitants, because of their great abonimations and treacherous dealings both with God and man, for which cause the terrible and righteous judgments of the Lord are coming upon the land of England : found in a manuscript amongst the Quakers writings / by Absalon Chamberlin.
Chambers, Humphrey, 1598 or 9-1662. / [1649] A motive to peace and love. Delivered in a sermon at Pauls the first Lords Day in June, anno Dom. 1648. By Humfry Chambers, D.D. and pastor of Pewsy in the county of Wilts.
Chambers, Humphrey, 1598 or 9-1662. / [1654] An apology for the ministers of the county of Wilts, in their actings at the election of Members for the approaching Parliament.: In answer to a letter sent out of the said county, pretending to lay open the dangerous designes of the clergy, in reference to the approaching Parliament. Wherein is shewed, the notorious falshood of the said letter: how injurious it is to the gentlemen elected: and the dangerous designe of it against the ministry. By some of the defamed ministers of the Gospel in the same county. Humphrey Chambers, D.D. John Strickland. Adoniram Bifield. Peter Ince.
Chambers, Humphrey, 1598 or 9-1662. / [M.DC.LIII 1653] Animadversions on Mr. William Dells book intituled The crucified and quickned Christian. By Humfry Chambers, D.D. Pastor of Pewsy in the county of Wilts. Novemb. vicessimo, 1652. Imprimatur John Owen Vicecan. Oxon.
Chambers, Peter, fl. 1652. / [1652] They must needs go, that the devil drives: or, a whip for traytors: comprising, the charge, and articles of impeachment, against all those commissioners, treasurers, exoize-men, clerks, overseers, and surevyors, who have collected great sums of money, cheated the common-wealth of many thousands, oppressed the poor, favour'd the rich; and heap'd up chests of gold and silver for themselves. Also, a declaration to the people, for the taking off all taxes and assesments; and gallant propositions for the increase of trading, relieving the poor, and seting the bondmen free (throughout city and countrey) from rich and cunning assessors, and crafty catch-poles and collectors. Sent in a letter to the Parliament of England; and published by special authority.
Chambers, Richard, 1588?-1658. / [1646] To the right honourable the lords; knights, citizens, and burgesses assembled in both Houses of Parliament. The humble petition of Richard Chambers merchant and alderman of the City of London.
Chambers, Richard, 1588?-1658. / [1654] To the Parliament of the Common-wealth of England, Scotland, and Ireland. The brief remonstrance and humble petition of Richard Chambers merchant, late Alderman and Sheriffe of the City of London;.
Chambers, Richard, b. 1583. / [1620] Sarahs sepulture, or A funerall sermon preached for the Right Honourable and vertuous lady, Dorothie Countesse of Northumberland, at Petworth in Sussex. By Richard Chambers Doctor of Diuinitie.
Chambers, Sabine, 1560?-1633. / [M.DC.XIX. 1619] The garden of our B. Lady. Or A deuout manner, how to serue her in her rosary. Written by S.C. of the Society of Iesus
Champney, Anthony, 1569?-1643? / [1616] A treatise of the vocation of bishops, and other ecclesiasticall ministers proving the ministers of the pretended reformed churches in generall, to have no calling against Monsieur Du Plessis, and Mr. Doctour Feild : and in particular the pretended bishops in England, to be no true bishops against Mr. Mason / by Anth. Champ. ...
Chandler, Henry. / [MDCXCI 1691] A sermon preached for the funeral of that humble and faithful servant of Jesus Christ, Mr. Nathanael Smith late of Malmesbury, in the county of Wilts. : with a brief account of his life, in an epistle to Dr. Annesley / by Henry Chandler ...
Chandler, Jacob. / [M.DC.LXIV. 1664] A tender salutation: or, loving epistle to such, who have a breathing in the innocent life of my friends with whom I walked in the outward observances. Also, for my relations (after the flesh) with all others professing God, and that have any breathings after the truth in the inward parts. Wherein something is declared in the power and light of God, concerning the sure foundation, and the house of God, with the inward glory, government, cloathing, feeding, non-superiority, and safety, that is in Gods habitation. With a word to the weak to establish them, that they faint not at the appearances of outward trouble for their consciences. - Whereunto is annexed a further discovery of God to my soul, concerning the spiritual temple, tabernacle and ark of Gods testimony, being the truth, life, and substance of the temple, tabernacle and ark of the testimony under the legal day. - To be read in the light, which discovers the things that be of God. -
Chandler, John, 17th cent. / [1659] A seasonable word and call to all those called ranters or libertines through-out the three nations, to come into the true faith and pure fear of the Lord ... written ... by John Chandler ...
Chandler, John, 17th cent. / [1659] A narrative plainly shewing, that the priests of England are as truely Antichrist (who got up since the dayes of the Apostles) as the pope and his clergie: denying Christ to be both a king, a priest, and a prophet; : with a serious warning to the Parliament not to uphold and maintain them by a law, under any pretence whatsoever ... / By one who ... hath escaped the snares of sin and deceit, and bin [sic] brought ... into His pure fear, known by the name of John Chandler.
Chandler, William. / [1682] A further vindication of the Church of England, with advice to all emperours and kings of the Romish faith Also some arguments used to prove the Church of Rome no true church, but antichristian and bloody. By William Chandler.
Chandler, William. / [1693] A brief apology in behalf of the people in derision call'd Quakers.: Written for the information of our sober and well-inclined neighbors in and about the town of Warminster in the county of Wilts. by Will. Chandler, Alex. Pyott, Jo. Hodges, and some others.
Chandler, William. / [1694] A brief apology in behalf of the people in derision call'd Quakers written for the information of our sober and well-inclined neighbors in and about the town of Warminster in the county of Wilts. by Wil. Chandler, Alex. Pyott, Jo. Hodges, and some others.
Chandon, Grey Brydges, Baron, d. 1621. / [1620] Horæ subseciuæ observations and discourses.
Channel, Elinor. / [Printed in the year 1653. Or as the vulgar think 1654] A message from God, by a dumb woman to his Highness the Lord Protector.: together with a word of advice to the Commons of England and Wales, for the electing of a Parliament. By Elinor Channel. Published according to her desire, by Arise Evans.
Chapman, Alexander, 1576 or 7-1629. / [1606] Christian liberty described in a sermon preached in the Collegiate Church at Westminster, by a minister of Suffolke. A.C.
Chapman, George, 1559?-1634. / [1639] The tragedie of Chabot admirall of France as it vvas presented by her Majesties Servants, at the private house in Drury Lane. Written by George Chapman, and Iames Shirly.
Chappel, Samuel. / [1650 i.e. 1651] A diamond or rich jewel, presented to the Common-wealth of England, for inriching of the nation; being necessary for the use of all marchants and tradesmen, and advantagious to the poor: wherein is declared a way, 1 How all forraign moneys may pass in England, and gain the merchants 10 percent. and to put off our English coyn into other countries. To settle a banke in London for furnishing all trades with money, and to quit the nation of beggars... 8. To settle an insurance office cheap, and not to pay above five in the hundred for insurance from pirats in all parts of Europe and America. / By Capt. Samuel Chappel. Licensed, and entred according to order.
Chappell, William, 1582-1649. / [1653] The use of Holy Scripture gravely and methodically discoursed by William Chappell ...; to which is prefixed a preface by a friend to the author as an introduction to the treatise.
Chappell, William, 1582-1649. / [1656] The preacher, or the art and method of preaching: shewing the most ample directions and rules for invention, method, expression, and books whereby a minister may be furnished with such helps as may make him a useful laborer in the Lords vineyard. / By William Chappell Bishop of Cork, sometime Fellow of Christs College in Cambridge.
Chardon, John, d. 1601. / [1580] A sermon preached in S. Peters Church in Exceter the 6. day of December last wherin is intreated of the second commming of Christ vnto iudgement, & of the end of the world. By Iohn Chardon maister of Art, and preacher of the word of God.
Chardon, John, d. 1601. / [1587] A second sermon vpon the ix. chapter of the holy gospel of Iesus Christ according to Saint Iohn Preached at S. Maries in Oxford, the 11. of December. 1586. By Iohn Chardon Doctor of Diuinity. Seene perused and allowed.
Chardon, John, d. 1601. / [1595] Fulfordo et Fulfordae A sermon preached at Exeter, in the cathedral church, the sixth day of August commonly called Iesus day 1594. in memoriall of the cities deliuerance in the daies of King Edvvard the sixt. Wherein is intreated of the goodnes of God toward man, and of the ingratitude of man toward God. By Iohn Charldon, Doctor of Diuinitie. In which also some fewe thinges are added, then omitted through want of time.
Charke, Ezekiel. / [1659 i.e. 1658] A pretended voice from heaven, proved to bee the voice of man, and not of God. Or, An answer to a treatise, called A voice from heaven, written by Mr. Gualter Postlethwait, an unordained preacher, taking upon him to exercise the pastoral charge, in a congregation at Lewis in Sussex. Wherein, his weakness, in undertaking to prove all protestant churches to bee antichristian, and to bee separated from, as no true churches of Christ, is discovered; and the sinfulness of such a separation evinced. Together with, a brief answer inserted, to the arguments for popular ordination, brought by the answerers of Jus Divinum Ministerii Evangelici, in their book called The preacher sent. By Ezekiel Charke, M.A. and rector of Waldron in Sussex. Imprimatur, Edmond Calamy.
Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649. / [1647] Propositions from the Kings Majesty to His Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax: in two messages from the Isle of Wyght, dated Novem. 26. and Novem. 27. 1647. For the composing of all differences, and fulfilling the desires of all interests in the Kingdome. Also his Excellencies answer, in presence of His Officers. And Sir John Barckleys declaration concerning the extent of the message sent by him from his Majesty. Novemb: 30: 1647: These propositions from His Majesty in two messages to His Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax, were written with His Majesties own hand, subscribed Charles Rex:
Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649. / [1659] A part of the late King's answer to the humble petition and advice of both Houses of Parliament sent unto His Majesty with nineteen propositions the second of June, 1642 printed at the request and charge of Sir Francis Nethersole knight, for the setling [sic] of the mindes of all the good people of this kingdom in the love of the ancient legal form of government, whosoever may become the governor thereof ; with two letters of the said Sir Francis Nethersole, one already printed before his project for an equitable and lasting peace, and the other a written letter therewith sent to divers persons, never before printed.
Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649. / [1649] The papers which passed at Nevv-Castle betwixt His Sacred Majestie and Mr Al: Henderson:: concerning the change of church-government. Anno Dom. 1646.
Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649. / [1647] New propositions from His Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax, Lieutenant Generall Cromwell, and the Councell of the Army, concerning the Kings Majesty, his royall consort the Queene, Charles Prince of Wales, and James Duke of York, presented to His Majesty at Hampton-Court. With His Majesties gracious answer and desires. Signed, Charles Rex.
Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649. / [Printed in the yeere. 1649] The manner of the deposition of Charles Stewart, King of England, by the Parliament, and Generall Councell of the Armie: the intended triall of the King for his life, as guilty of high treason; and in case of his refusall to plead to his charge: the resolves of the Parliament, and Councell of Warre. Also the words of a woman who pretends to have seen a vision, to the Generall Councell of the Army. With a list of the names of the Commissioners for the triall of the King, viz. the Earle of Denbigh, E. of Pembroke, E. of Kent, E. of Mulgrave, E. of Nottingham, L. Grey of Wark. The L. Munson, L. Lisle, L. Grey of Groby, Lieut. G. Cromwell, Maj. G. Skippon, Com. G. Ireton, Sir Hen. Mildmay, Sir John Danvers, Sir Greg. Norton, Col. Walton, Col. Moore, Mr. Edwards, Col. Boswel, Mr. Cawley, Mr. Prideaux, Mr. Allen, Col. Ven, Col. Thorne, Col. Rossiter, Ser. Thorpe, Mr. Henry Wingham, Mr. Pury, Mr. Scot, Mr. Trenchard, Mr. Corbets, senior and junior, Mr. Holland, Mr. Hallowell, Mr. Challoner Sen. and junior, Mr. Willington, Mr. Leslo, Col. Lassels, the Lord Gen. Fairfax, Col. Whalley, Col. Rich, Sir Hardresse Waller, Col. Tomlinson, Col. Scroop, Col. Sanders, Col. Twistleton, Col. Pride, ...
Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649. / [Octob. 13. 1645] The Kings packet of letters: taken by Colonell Rossiter, as they were carrying from Newark to Belvoyr, on Munday last, Octob. 6. 1645. With letters from the King to Sir Gervase Lucas, Governour of Belvoyr, from the Lord Byron, and from Oneale (in Ireland) to the King. Wherein is discovered the whole businesse of the Kings designes, and other matters of great importance to the whole kingdome: with some observations upon the said letters, for publike satisfaction. These letters were sent to the Parliament, and published according to order.
Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649. / [1647] The Kings Majesties most gratious letter to his sonne, his Highnesse James Duke of York:: written with his Majesties owne hand. Read in both Houses of Parliament. Also a letter from his Highnesse Prince Charles, sent from France, to the Estates and Common Councell of (and concerning) Jersey, and the managing of designes for the Kings Majesty, and those who have adhered to him. And a declaration from the agitators in the name of the whole army under His Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax (to their fellow souldiers) of their representations and desires. July 15. 1647. These are true copies, and that from the King was written with his Majesties owne hand, and read in both Houses of Parliament. Signed, Charles Rex.
Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649. / [1642] The Kings Majesties letter to the Lord Willoughby of Parham, Iune the fourth, with his lordships answer thereunto together with a letter sent by the Lord Willoughby to an honourable member of the Parliament : read at a conference between both Houses this eighth of Iune, 1642.
Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649. / [1647] The Kings Majesties last message and declaration to His Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax. Communicating I. His Maj. desires touching his subjects of England. 2. His Maj. firme resolution, touching the priviledge of His Subjects. 3. His Maj. gracious promise to his Excellency. Written by His Maj. own hand, and signed Charles Rex, now resident in the Isle of Wight. Whereunto is annexed, the gen. resolution and answer, concerning His Maj. desires; presented to the publike view of the Kingdome. Imprimatur G. Mabbot.
Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649. / [anno. Dom. 1649] His Majesties prayers which he used in time of his sufferings.: Delivered to Doctor Juxon, Bishop of London, immediately before his death, with his severall speeches to his children, (viz.) the Duke of Glocester, and the Lady Elizabeth. And a letter from the Prince to the King his father.
Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649. / [1629.] His Majesties approbation of the actes vnderwritten: at Holy-rude-House the 3. day of November, 1629.
Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649. / [1642] His Maiesties two speeches one to the knights, gentlemen, and freeholders of the county of Lincoln at Lincoln : whereunto is added votes concerning the raising of an army for the Northerne parts in defence of the King and Parliament under the command of the Earle of Essex, generall of the foot, and the Earle of Bedford, generall of the horse.
Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649. / [1642] His Maiesties speech to the knights, gentlemen, and freeholders of the county of Lincoln, at Lincoln
Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649. / [1642] His Maiesties speech to the gentlemen of Yorkshire, on Thursday the fourth of August 1642 also a list of the names of the counsell of war now resident with His Maiesty.
Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649. / [M. D. C. XLIX i.e. 1649] Certaine papers, which passed betwixt his Majestie of Great Britaine, in the time of his being with the Scottish army in New-Castle. And Mr. Alexander Henderson concerning the change of church government. Anno Dom. 1646.
Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649. / [1648] Carisbrooke, Septem. 7. 1648. My Lord, and M. Speaker, I have received your letter of the 2d. of this moneth: containing the names of those who are to treat with me, and though they do not come at the time appointed, I shall not wonder at first, ...
Charles II, King of England, 1630-1685. / [1648] A remonstrance of His Highnesse the Prince of VVales, concerning his landing at Berwick in the north of England, and to march in the van of the English and Scottish army towards the City of London. Likewise His Majesties gracious resolution to his loving subjects, touching all those that desire a personall treaty, and his desire to free his subjects from all discontents whatsoever. And the proceedings of the House of Commons, concerning a personall treaty with the Kings Majesty ten miles from the City of Westminster. Also, the resolution of the Lord Inchiqueen to march into this kingdome with 2000. horse, and 4000 foot to assist the King against the Parliament, and the time of his landing in the west of England. Together with another fight in Kent, between the Duke of York his forces, and Colonel Rich, and the number slain and taken prisoners. As also the storming at Colchester, and a great and terrible blow given thereupon.
Charles II, King of England, 1630-1685. / [1651] The proclamation of the King of Scots at Paris in France: / read and published at the French Kings Palacc [sic], on the 12. of this instant November, 1651. Together with this letter to the English merchants; and his desires, promise, and propositions: sent and dispierced by the Lord Hopton. With other remarkable occurrences, concerning the Scots, and the Duke of York's taking the field with his forces. Pnblished [sic] by authority.
Charles II, King of England, 1630-1685. / [1648] Prince Charles his summons sent to the Lord Admiral, to take down his standard, and come under his Highnesse obedience.: And the Earl of Warwicks answer, and resolution to bear it still for the Parliament, against all opposition whatsoever. Also the proceedings of both navies to an ingagement and a list of the names of the members of both Houses of Parliament, the ministers, and others, that are to go to the Isle of Wight, on both sides, about the treaty with his Majesty for peace.
Charles II, King of England, 1630-1685. / [1659] A message sent from the King of Scots, and the Duke of York's court in Flanders to the Lord Douglas, and Collonel Brown, to be communicated to the rest of the nobility and gentry in the Scottish nation, with proposals and overtures, for the composing of all differences, the submitting to Counsel, and the preventing of a universal desolation.
Charles II, King of England, 1630-1685. / [Octob. 6, 1648] A message from His Highness the Prince of Wales to His Majesty, and the Commissioners in the Isle of Wight with his declaration concerning the Earl of Warwick, and the Parliaments fleet : also, a letter from Lieut. Gen. Cromwell to the committee at Derby House ...
Charles II, King of England, 1630-1685. / [1660] The Kings declaration to all his loving subjects:
Charles II, King of England, 1630-1685. / [1673/4] His Majesties gracious speech to both Houses of Parliament, January 24, 1673/4 as also, a letter from the States General of the United Provinces, to His Majesty the King of Great Britain, &c., January 14/24, 1673/4 : together with certain proposals from the said States-General to His Majesty, concerning a peace.
Charles II, King of England, 1630-1685. / [1675] His Majesties gracious speech to both houses of Parliament, at their prorogation, on Wednesday the 9th. of June 1675.
Charles II, King of England, 1630-1685. / [1665] His Majesties gracious speech to both Houses of Parlaiment [sic]: together with the L. Chancellors, in Christ-Church-Hall in Oxford, on Tuesday, October 10. 1665.
Charles II, King of England, 1630-1685. / [1678] His Majesties gracious letter to the Convention of Estates in Scotland, the 13th of June 1678 and the speech of ... the Duke of Lauderdale ... to the Convention of Estates at Edenburgh, the 4th of July, 1678, with the dutiful letter sent to His Majesty from the Convention of Estates in Scotland, the 11th of July, 1678.
Charles II, King of England, 1630-1685. / [1663] His Majesties declaration to all his loving subjects, December 26, 1662
Charles II, King of England, 1630-1685. / [Printed in the yeere 1648] His Highnesse the Prince of VVales His answer to the Earle of Warwicks summons:: sent by Major Humphry Bosvvell, the 22. of September 1648. stilo novo: with the Earle of Warwicks desire to meet the Lord Willoughby. Another paper of the Earl of Warwicks, in answer to the Princes. A letter of Dorizlaus's intercepted, going to the Earle of Warwick, concerning the arresting of the Constant Warwick, and the captain, being prevented by the same letter. Also the Princes coming to his navy, with 10000.l. for the sea-men; and the Hollanders joyning with the Prince.
Charles II, King of England, 1630-1685. / [1661] The demands of his gracious Maiesty the King of Great Brittain, to the grand seignior or Emperour of Turkey: sent by the Lord General Montague, with his Lordships proposals to the governour of Algier, the answer thereunto, and the manner of the treaty before that great and now conquered city. With a true relation of the great and bloudy fight between the English and the Turks, the dividing of his Majesties Royal Navy into several squadrons, by the victorious Earl of Sandwich, and ever renowned Sr. John Lawson, the battering down of half the city, and all the castle walls, the dismounting of the Turkish cannon, the sinking and burning of 18 great ships, with above a thousand piece of ordnance, the great slaughter made by the English fire-ships, the redeeming of many hundred poor captives and Christian slaves, and a true and perfect relation of the losse on both sides, with the number killed and taken prisoners.
Charles II, King of England, 1630-1685. / [1686] Copies of two papers written by the late King Charles II together with a copy of a paper written by the late Duchess of York.
Charles II, King of England, 1630-1685. / [1685] Copies of two papers written by the late King Charles II of blessed memory.
Charles II, King of England, 1630-1685. / [1686] Copies of two papers written by the late King Charles II ; together with a copy of a paper written by the late Dutchess of York ...
Charles II, King of England, 1630-1685. / [1648] The copie of a letter from His Highnesse Prince Charles, to the speaker of the House of Peeres.: Expressing his contentment concerning the votes of the House of Peeres, for a personal treaty with his royall father. With his desires concerning the same.
Charles II, King of England, 1630-1685. / [Octob. 6. 1648] Charles P. A letter sent from His Highness the Prince of Wales, to His Majesties loyall and faithfull subjects within the realm of England; declaring, his great and earnest desires to the City of London, in the behalf of His Royall father the King. And a declaration of his proceedings at sea, against the Earl of VVarwick, and the resolution of his sea-men touching the Parliaments navy. With the full particulars of a bloudy fight at sea, on Munday last, and the number killed. VVhereunto is annexed, the declaration and votes of both Houses of Parliament, concerning the King, in relation to the treaty.
Charles II, King of Spain, 1661-1700. / [1700] The true will of his late Catholick Majesty Charles 2d, King of Spain with the codicil / translated from the original lately brought hither from Spain and answer'd article by article.
Charles V, Duke of Lorraine, 1643-1690. / [1699] Political and military observations, remarks and maxims, of Charles V. late duke of Lorrain, general of the Emperor's forces: From a manuscript left by him, and never printed before.
Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor, 1500-1558. / [1670] The advice of Charles the Fifth, Emperor of Germany, and King of Spain, to his son Philip the Second upon his resignation of the crown of Spain to his said son.
Charles X Gustav, King of Sweden, 1622-1660. / [1660] The most heavenly and Christian speech of the magnanimous and victorious King of Svveden, Carlous Gustavus Adolphus on his death-bed. In His royal palace of Gottenburg on the 10th. of February last, three daies before his most untimely and much lamented death. Together vvith his last advice and counsel to his nobles, the lords of his privy council, and the chief commanders of war for concluding a peace with the King of Denmark on the conditions of honor and safety, or otherwise for the prosecuting the war with greater vigor. Faithfully translated out of High-Dutch.
Charles X Gustav, King of Sweden, 1622-1660. / [1654] A message sent from the most illustrious, and high-born prince, Charles by the grace of God King of Sweden; to His most excellent Highness, Oliver, Lord Protector of the Common-wealth of England, Scotland, and Ireland, and the dominions thereunto belonging. With the letters of credence sent from His Royal Majesty, to Monsieur Bonnel, resident for the Crown and Kingdom, concerning the Articles of Peace and Union.
Charleton, Job, Sir, 1614-1697. / [February the 14. 1645] A charme for Canterburian spirits, which (since the death of this arch-prelate) have appeared in sundry shapes, and haunted divers houses in the city of London. With his graces waftage over the Red Sea of Cocitus in Charons Ferry-boat; and his magnificent entertainment into the dæmoniack court.
Charleton, Walter, 1619-1707. / [1661] An imperfect pourtraicture of His Sacred Majesty Charls the II. By the grace of God King of Great Britain, France, and Ireland, defender of the faith, &c. Written by a loyal subject, who most religiously affirms, se non diversas spes, sed incolumitatem Cæsaris simpliciter spectare.
Charleton, Walter, 1619-1707. / [1661] Syn theō, Consilium hygiasticum: pro illustriss. excellentissq. heroë, Dno. Johanne Luca, Marchione Durazzo, extraordinario serenissimæ reip. Genuensis oratore, ad augustissimum Carolum II, Magnæ Britanniæ regem, honorificentissimèmisso, & ab eodem paritèr excepto, anno hoc, Æræ Christi nati MDCLXI.
Charleton, Walter, 1619-1707. / [1688] The Cimmerian matron to which is added The mysteries and miracles of love / by P.M. gent.
Charnock, Robert, b. 1561. / [Anno 1603] A reply to a notorious libell intituled A briefe apologie or defence of the ecclesiasticall hierarchie, &c. Wherein sufficient matter is discouered to giue all men satisfaction, who lend both their eares to the question in controuersie betweene the Iesuits and their adherents on the one part, and their sæcular priests defamed by them on the other part. Whereunto is also adioyned an answere to the appendix.
Charnock, Stephen, 1628-1680. / [1699] Two discourses the first, Of man's enmity to God, from Rom. VIII,7 ... : the second, Of the salvation of sinners, from I Tim. I, 15 ... / by the late learned divine Stephen Charnock ; published from his manuscripts by Edward Veel.
Charnock, Stephen, 1628-1680. / [1680] A treatise of divine providence I. In general, II. In particular, as relating to the church of God in the world / by ... Mr. Steph. Charnocke ...
Charnock, Stephen, 1628-1680. / [1683] A supplement to the several discourses upon various divine subjects by Stephen Charnock.
Charnock, Stephen, 1628-1680. / [1682] Several discourses upon the existence and attributes of God by that late eminent minister in Christ, Mr. Stephen Charnocke ...
Charnock, Stephen, 1628-1680. / [1680] A sermon preached by the late eminent Mr. Steph. Charnock on 2 Cor. V. XIX.
Charnock, Stephen, 1628-1680. / [1684] A discourse of divine providence: I. In general: that there is a providence exercised by God in the world. II. In particular: how all Gods providences in the world, are in order to the good of his people. By the late learned divine Stephen Charnock, B.D. sometime fellow of New-Colledg in Oxon.
Charron, Pierre, 1541-1603. / [1684?] The right of kings and the duty of subjects a Christian discourse proving that it is not lawful for subjects upon any ground or pretence whatever to rebel against their lawful king / written by P. Charron, Parisian, author of the book of Wisdom ; now Englished by J.R.
Charron, Pierre, 1541-1603. / [1697] Of wisdom three books / written originally in French by the Sieur de Charron ; with an account of the author, made English by George Stanhope ...
Chartier, Alain, 15th cent. / [1549] A brefe declaration of the great, and innumerable myseries [and] wretchednesses vsed i[n] courte tyall, made by a lettre, whych mayster Alayn Charatre wrote to hys brother, which desyred to come dwel in the court, for to aduyse, [and] counsell hym not to enter into it, lest he after repe[n]t, newly augme[n]ted, amplified, [and] inrytched, by Francis Segar.
Chassanion, Jean de, 1531-1598. / [1590?] The consolation of the soule being an assurance of the forgiuenesse of sinnes, with the most notable promises of God conteined in holy Scripture, both in the olde and newe Testament: briefly expounded and applied, as hereafter followeth. With certaine examples woorth the bearing in minde, touching the great mercies of God, towards poore, and miserable sinners. ... Made by Iohn Chassanion, and englished by H. S. of Greyes Inne. Gent.
Chassanion, Jean de, 1531-1598. / [1597] The theatre of Gods iudgements: or, a collection of histories out of sacred, ecclesiasticall, and prophane authours concerning the admirable iudgements of God vpon the transgressours of his commandements. Translated out of French and augmented by more than three hundred examples, by Th. Beard.
Chatfield, John. / [1650] The trigonall sector, the description and use thereof being an instrument most aptly serving for the resolution of all right lined triangles, with great facility and delight. By which all planimetrical, and altimetrical conclusions may be wrought at pleasure. The lines of sines, tangents, secants, and chords, pricked down on any instrument: many arithmeticall proportions calculated, and found out in a moment. Dialls, delineated upon most sorts of plaines: with many other delightfull conclusions. Lately invented and now exposed to the publique view. By John Chatfeilde.
Chauncie, William. / [An. 1580] The rooting out of the Romishe supremacie Wherein is declared, that the authoritie which the Pope of Rome doth challenge to him selfe ouer all Christian bishops and churches, is vnlawfully vsurped: contrarie to the expresse word and institution of our sauiour Iesu Christ: who did giue equall power and authoritie to all the apostles, bishops, and ministers of his Church, whereof he is the true corner stone, and only heade. Set foorth by William Chauncie Esq.
Chauncy, Charles, 1592-1672. / [1659] Yahweh Tsidkenu or The plain doctrin of the justification of a sinner in the sight of God; justified by the God of truth in his holy word, and the cloud of witnesses in all ages. Wherein are handled the causes of the sinners justification. Explained and applied in six and twenty sermons, in a plain, doctrinal and familiar way, for the capacity, and understanding of the weak and ignorant. By Charles Chauncy president of Harvard Colledge in Cambridge in New-England.
Chauncy, Charles, 1592-1672. / [1655] Gods mercy shewed to his people in giving them a faithful ministry and schooles of learning for the continual supplyes therof delivered in a sermon preached at Cambridg, the day after the commencement / by Charles Chauncy, B.D., President of Harvard Colledg in New-England ; published with some additions therunto at the request of diverse honoured and much respected friends ...
Chauncy, Charles, 1592-1672. / [1642] The doctrine of the Sacrament, with the right use therof catichistically handled by way of question and answer. / By Mr. Charles Chancy sometimes minister of Ware.
Chauncy, Ichabod, d. 1691. / [1684] Innocence vindicated by a brief and impartial narrative of the proceedings of the Court of Sessions in Bristol against Ichabod Chauncy, physitian in that city, to his conviction on the statute of the 35th Eliz. on the 9th of April, and to his abjuration of all the Kings dominions for ever, Aug. 15, 1684 : together with some passages subsequent thereunto / published by the said I. Chavncy.
Chauncy, Isaac, 1632-1712. / [1684] A theological dialogue: containing the defence and justification of Dr. John Owen from the forty two errors charged upon him by Mr. Richard Baxter in a certain manuscript about communion in lyturgical worship.
Chauncy, Isaac, 1632-1712. / [1693] A rejoynder to Mr. Daniel Williams his reply to the first part of Neomianism [sic] unmaskt wherein his defence is examined, and his arguments answered : whereby he endeavours to prove the Gospel to be a new law with sanction, and the contrary is proved / by Isaac Chauncy.
Chauncy, Isaac, 1632-1712. / [1692-1693] Neonomianism unmask'd, or, The ancient gospel pleaded against the other, called a new law or gospel in a theological debate, occasioned by a book lately wrote by Mr. Dan. Williams, entituled, Gospel-truth stated and vindicated ... / by Isaac Chauncy ...
Chauncy, Isaac, 1632-1712. / [1690] Ecclesiasticum, or, A plain and familiar Christian conference concerning gospel churches, and order for the information and benefit of those who shall seek the Lord their God and ask the way to Zion with their faces thitherward ...
Chauncy, Isaac, 1632-1712. / [1684] Ecclesia enucleata: The temple opened: Or, A clear demonstration of the true gospel-church in its nature and consitution, according to the true doctrine and practice of Christ and his apostles. By I.C.
Chauncy, Isaac, 1632-1712. / [1697] The divine institution of congregational churches, ministry and ordinances [as has bin professed by those of that persuasion] asserted and proved from the word of God / by Isaac Chauncy ...
Chauncy, Isaac, 1632-1712. / [1697] A discourse concerning unction and washing of feet proving that they be not instituted sacraments or ordinances in the churches by Isaac Chauncy ...
Chauncy, Isaac, 1632-1712. / [1681] The Catholick hierarchie: or, The divine right of a sacred dominion in church and conscience truly stated, asserted, and pleaded.
Chauncy, Isaac, 1632-1712. / [1700] Alexipharmacon, or, A fresh antidote against neonomian bane and poyson to the Protestant religion being a reply to the late Bishop of Worcester's discourse of Christ's satisfaction, in answer to the appeal of the late Mr. Steph. Lob : and also a refutation of the doctrine of justification by man's own works of obedience, delivered and defended by Mr. John Humphrey and Mr. Sam. Clark, contrary to Scripture and the doctrine of the first reformers from popery / by Isaac Chauncey.
Chavigny de La Bretonnière, François de. / [1687] The gallant hermaphrodite an amorous novel / translated from the French of the sieur de Chavigny.
Cheare, Abraham, d. 1668. / [1668] Words in season useful for those whose hearts are engaged to serve the will of God in this generation / from Abraham Cheare.
Cheaste, Thomas. / [1613] The Christian path-vvay Deliuered in a sermon preached at Paules Crosse, the last of Iune 1611. By Thomas Cheaste, minister and preacher of Gods Word.
Chedsey, William. / [Anno dñi 1545. ] [Two notable sermones lately preached at Pauls Crosse Anno 1544]
Cheesman, Ab., a minister blind from his child-hood. / [1663] The dove, with an olive-branch in its mouth, or, Gods mercy to sinful man delivered in a sermon at Great St. Helens London, March 15. 1662. by Ab. Cheesman ...
Cheesman, Christopher. / [1652] The oppressed mans second outcry for justice, to every member of Parliament against the unparallel'd corruptions, and most cruel oppression, tyranny, and incomparable injustice exercised by the Commissioners for Compounding sitting at Haberdashers Hall London, upon Cornet Christopher Cheesman, late agent for sequestrations in the county of Berks the author hereof ...
Cheesman, Christopher. / [in the year 1649] The lamb contending with the lion. By Christopher Chisman, a free commoner of England, who was unjustly apprehended (contrary to the law,) and detained prisoner in White Hall 18. daies, without any crime laid to his charge, as in this ensuing discourse is further manifested. Whereunto is annexed a letter sent by the foresaid Cornet Chisman, to the Lievt. Gen. Cromwel: with his answer thereunto.
Cheesman, Christopher. / [1661?] An epistle to Charles the Second, King of England and to every individual member of his council / presented to them in pure love and good will, that they might consider of the things therein contained before the King was crowned or had taken his oath, forasmuch as a necessity from the Lord was laid upon the pen-man ... who is known ... by the name of Christopher Cheesman ; from the town of Reading in Berkshire the 15 of the 2d. month, 1661.
Cheesman, Thomas. / [1663] Via lactea, or, The saints onely way to true blessedness opened in a sermon from Matth. 5, 8 : also the danger of neglecting gospel-salvation, from Heb. 2, 3 / by Thomas Cheesman ... ; with his epistle to vindicate himself from those absurdities of method and language and little less then blasphemies, with which he was abused by a mercenary pen, in the former impression.
Cheesman, Thomas. / [1697] Peace triumphant., or, A congratulatory poem To celebrate the unspeakable benefits and blessings of peace, together with some grateful reflections upon King William the III. His excellent Majesties first coming to the crown, as a happy instrument in the hand of divine providence, to settle the affairs of the nation, and with the hazard of his own life to deliver us from near approaching ruine / written by Tho. Cheeseman.
Cheesman, Thomas. / [1695] Death compared to sleep in a sermon preacht upon the occasion of the funeral of Mrs. Mary Allen, who died Feb. 18, anno Dom. 1695 / by Thomas Cheesman ...
Cheesman, Thomas, fl. 1688-1707. / [1688] To the Kings most excellent Majesty giving thanks for the royal declaration for liberty of conscience
Chelidonius, Tigurinus. / [Anno. 1571] A most excellent hystorie, of the institution and firste beginning of Christian princes, and the originall of kingdomes wherunto is annexed a treatise of peace and warre, and another of the dignitie of mariage. Very necessarie to be red, not only of all nobilitie and gentlemen, but also of euery publike persone. First written in Latin by Chelidonius Tigurinus, after translated into French by Peter Bouaisteau of Naunts in Brittaine, and now englished by Iames Chillester, Londoner. Séen and allowed according to the order appointed.
Chemnitz, Martin, 1522-1586. / [1598] A substantial and Godly exposition of the praier commonly called the Lords Praier: written in Latin by that reuerend & famous man, D. Martine Chemnitivs. Newly translated out of Latine into English
Chemnitz, Martin, 1522-1586. / [1582] A discouerie and batterie of the great fort of vnwritten traditions otherwise, an examination of the Counsell of Trent, touching the decree of Traditions. Done by Martinus Chemnitius in Latine, and translated into Englishe by R.V.
Chester (England). Justices of the Peace. / [1651] The humble representation and petition of the justices of peace, the grand juries, and other well-affected persons to this Commonwealth, at the general-sessions and goal-delivery for the county palatine of Chester, in the name of the said county: presented to the supreme authority of this nation, the Parliament of England. Friday the 16th of May, 1651. Ordered by the Parliament, that this petition be forthwith printed and published. Hen: Scobell, Cleric. Parliamenti.
Chester, Robert, 1566-1640. / [1601] Loves martyr: or, Rosalins complaint. Allegorically shadowing the truth of loue, in the constant fate of the phœnix and turtle. A poeme enterlaced with much varietie and raritie; now first translated out of the venerable Italian Torquato Cæliano, by Robert Chester. With the true legend of famous King Arthur, the last of the nine worthies, being the first essay of a new Brytish poet: collected out of diuerse authenticall records. To these are added some new compositions, of seuerall moderne writers whose names are subscribed to their seuerall workes, vpon the first subiect: viz. the phœnix and turtle.
Chesterfield, Philip Stanhope, Earl of, 1584-1656. / [Printed in the year, 1646] To the right honourable the Lords assembled in Parliament: the humble petition of Phillip Earle of Chesterfield, delivered and read in the Lords House upon Saturday the thirteenth of February, 1646.
Chetham, James, 1640-1692. / [1681] The angler's vade mecum, or, A compendious, yet full, discourse of angling discovering the aptest methods and ways ... for the catching all manner of fresh-water fish ... : together with a brief discourse of fish ponds, and not only the easiest but most palatable ways of dressing all sorts of fish ... / by a lover of angling.
Chettle, Henry, d. 1607? / [1595] Piers Plainnes seauen yeres prentiship by H.C.
Chetwynd, Edward, 1577-1639. / [1632] The strait gate and narrow way to life opened and pointed out upon Luk. 13, 23, 24 / by Edward Chetwind ...
Chetwynd, John, 1623-1692. / [1659] The watch charged. Or, a warning to God's watch-men. Being a sermon preached at Bridge-water in the county of Somerset on the 29. day of September 1658. which was a day set apart for ordination, and the generall meeting of the associated ministers in that county. / By John Chetwind, Mr. of Arts, preacher of the gospel, and one of the joynt-pastors for the city and parish of Cuthberts in Wells.
Chetwynd, John, 1623-1692. / [1682] A memorial for magistrates a sermon preached at Christ-Church in the city of Bristoll on the twelfth day of October at the assizes or goal-delivery / by John Chetwynd.
Chetwynd, John, 1623-1692. / [1653. i.e. 1654] The dead speaking, or, The living names of two deceased ministers of Christ (contemporary, and eminently usefull in the west of England) viz. Mr. Sam. Oliver, and Mr. Samuel Crook: Containing the sermon at the funeralls of the one preached by John Chetwind, B.D. and two severall speeches delivered at the funeralls of them both by William Thomas, B.D. Joyned together at the desire, and for the use chiefly of those Christians who were often occasional partakers of their labours.
Chetwynd, John, 1623-1692. / [1674] Anthologia historica containing fourteen centuries of memorable passages and remarkable occurrents, collected out of the English, Spanish, Imperial, and Jewish histories, and several other authors, and writers.
Chevreau, Urbain, 1613-1701. / [1676] The mirror of fortune, or, The true characters of fate and destiny wherein is treated of the growth and fall of empires, the destruction of famous cities, the misfortunes of kings and other great men and the ill fate of virtuous and handsome ladies : whereunto is added Moral, politick, and natural reflection upon several subjects / written in French by Monsieur Chevreau : and newly translated into English by D. Decoisnon.
Chewney, Nicholas, 1609 or 10-1685. / [1660] Hell, with the everlasting torments thereof asserted. Shewing 1. Quod sit, that there is such a place. 2. Quid sit, what this place is. 3. Ubi sit, where it is. Being diametrically opposite to a late pamphlet, intituled, The foundation and pillars of Hell discovered, searched, shaken, and removed. For the glory of God, both in his mercy and justice, the comfort of all poor believing souls, and the terrour of all wicked and ungodly wretches. Semper meditare Gehennam. / By Nich. Chevvney, M.A.
Chewney, Nicholas, 1609 or 10-1685. / [1656] Anti-Socinianism, or, A brief explication of some places of holy Scripture, for the confutation of certain gross errours, and Socinian heresies, lately published by William Pynchion, Gent. in a dialogue of his, called, The meritorious price of our redemption, concerning 1. Christ's suffering the wrath of God due to the elect. 2. God's imputation of sin to Christ. 3. The nature of the true mediatorial obedience of Christ. 4. The justification of a sinner. Also a brief description of the lives, and a true relation of the death, of the authors, promoters, propagators, and chief disseminators of this Socinian heresie, how it sprung up, by what means it spread, and when and by whom it was first brought into England, that so we be not deceived by it. / By N. Chewney, M.A. and minister of God's Word.
Cheynell, Francis, 1608-1665. / [1644] Aulicus his dream, of the kings sudden comming to London
Cheynell, Francis, 1608-1665. / [Printed Ann. Dom. 1644] Aulicus his dream, of the Kings sudden comming to London
Chibald, William, 1575-1641. / [1630] The summe of all, (namely) Gods service, and mans salvation And a briefe of mans dutie to God concerning both: which is, seeking to serve God while hee lives, and to be saved, when hee dyes. By William Chibald, rector of S. Nic. Col. Abby in Old Fishstreete.
Chibald, William, 1575-1641. / [1625] A cordiall of comfort To preserue the heart, from fainting with griefe or feare: for our friends, or our owne visitation, by the plague. Also a thankes-giuing to almightie God, for staying the visitation in London, and the suburbs thereof. Both which may be of vse to Christians in other places, that are cleere, visited, or recouered. By William Chibald.
Chibald, William, 1575-1641. / [1624] [An apology for the treatise, called A triall of faith. Concerning the precedency of repentance for sinne, before faith in Christ for pardon]
Chidley, Samuel. / [1657] To the Parliament of the Commonwealth of England.:
Chidley, Samuel. / [1651] Separatists answer to the Anabaptists arguments concerning baptism. Or, The answer of Samuel Chidley to John Spilsbury, concerning the point in difference.:
Chidley, Samuel. / [1656] To His Highness the Lord Protector, &c. and to the Parliament of England. Valiant swordmen, and honorable gentlemen, ...
Chidley, Samuel. / [1650] The evening star appearing to the saints, directing them to celebrate their holy rest, even the Sabbath-day (not from morning to morning nor from midnight to midnight but) from even to even, according to the word of God ... There is an epistle to the Parliament in the conclusion ... Unto which is annexed, A new Christian creed ... / By Samuel Chidley, Cler.
Chidley, Samuel. / [1653] A remonstrance to the valiant and well deserving souldier, and the rest of the creditors of the common-vvealth;: concerning the publique-faith souldiers arrears, and other publique debts of the nation. Written by Samuel Chidley, solicitor for the payment thereof till the time of the dissolution of the late Parliament, April 20. 1653.
Chidley, Samuel. / [1652] The dissembling scot set forth in his coulours or a vindication of Lieu. Col. John Lilburn and others. From those aspersions cast upon them by David Brown in his idle pamphlet directed to the supream authority of England the parliament assembled, and presented to curry favor with them when Lilburn was fined in 7000 li. and sentenced to be banished out of England, Scotland and Ireland, &c. / Written by Samuel Chidley. And printed to satisfy all his friends. 1652.
Chidley, Samuel. / [1643. i.e. 1644] A Christian plea for infants baptisme. Or a confutation of some things written by A.R. in his treatise, entitutled, The second part of the vanitie and childishnesse of infants baptisme. In the answer whereof, the lawfulnesse of infants baptisme is defended, and the arguments against it disproved, by sufficient grounds and forcible reasons, drawn from the sweet fountains of holy Scripture. S.C.
Chidley, Samuel. / [1643] A Christian plea for Christians baptisme: raised from the grave of apostasie. or, a short treatise, being a reproof of some things written by A. R. in his treatise, intituled, The vanitie of childish baptisme. In the answer whereof, the lawfulnesse of infants baptisme is defended, the sufficiency of our baptisme received in the state of apostasie, shewed: and the deficiencie of the arguments brought against it manifested, by sufficient grounds and reasons drawn from the sweet fountains of holy Scripture. / [by] S.C.
Chidley, Samuel. / [1656] A Christian plea against Chrismass and an out-cry against Chrismas-mongers.
Chidley, Samuel. / [1659?] Bells founder confounded, or Sabinianus confuted: with his damnable sect: Written by a lover of musick, especially in churches.
Chidley, Samuel. / [1653] An additionall remonstrance to the valiant and wel-deserving souldier, and the rest of the creditors of the common-wealth: concerning the publick faith; souldiers arrears; and other publick debts, and grievances of the nation. With a little friendly touch to L:Coll: Iohn Lilburne. Written by Samuel Chidley of London Gent.
Chiesly, Robert. / [1695] Unto his Grace his Majesties High Commissioner and the right honourable Estates of Parliament. The petition of Sir Robert Chiesly present Lord Provost of the burgh of Edinburgh, John Robertson, George Home, Archibald Rule, and Adam Brown, present bailies thereof, Hugh Blair Dean of Gild and Patrick Thomson theasaurer [sic]. For themselves and in name of the whole council and community of said burgh.
Child, John, 1638?-1684. / [1684] Mr. John Child's book, entituled a second argument, for a more full and firm union amongst all good Protestants wherein the nonconformists taking the sacrament after the manner of the Church of England, is justified. The root and foundation of the Popish plot further discovered in a letter to a friend. Now republished upon the occasion of his disperation and fatal end: which book (as he hath often declared) was the occasion off [sic] it. Entred according to order.
Child, John, 1638?-1684. / [Printed in the year, 1676] Moderate message to Quakers, seekers and Socinians, by a friend and well-wisher to them all, or Some arguments offered to clear up three points in difference betwixt them and others ... By John Child.
Child, John, Major. / [1647] New-Englands Jonas cast up at London: or, A relation of the proceedings of the court at Boston in New-England against divers honest and godly persons, for petitioning for government in the common-wealth, according to the lawes of England, and for admittance of themselves and children to the sacraments in their churches; and in case that should not be granted, for leave to have ministers and church-government according to the best reformation of England and Scotland. Together with a confutation of some reports of a fained miracle upon the aforesaid petition, being thrown over-board at sea; as also a breif [sic] answer to some passages in a late book (entituled Hypocrisie unmasked) set out by Mr. Winslowe, concerning the Independent churches holding communion with the reformed churches. / By Major John Child.
Chillenden, Edmund, fl. 1656. / [1659] A true relation of the state of the case between the ever-honourable Parliament and the officers of the Army, that fell out on the eleventh and twelfth of October, 1659.: Published to prevent mistakes, by a lover of his countrey and freedom E.D.
Chillenden, Edmund, fl. 1656. / [1647] Preaching vvithout ordination or, A treatise proving the lawfulnesse of all persons, of what degree, ranke, or trade soever, being inabled with sufficient guifts and qualifications from God by his spirit, to preach and set forth the Gospel, though no minister nor any other officer in the church of God. By Edmond Chillinden.
Chillenden, Edmund, fl. 1656. / [1653] Nathans parable. Sins discovery, with it's [sic] filthy secret lurking in the brest of men. Or, some few discoveries what the sinfulness of sin is, and spoile it hath made on man, in nine particulars. With the sad experience of it on the author: written, if it may be, to warn all men, especially, the saints, to take heed and to beware of sin. With a letter written to his excellency the Lord General Cromwell. By Edmund Chillenden.
Chillenden, Edmund, fl. 1656. / [1643] The inhumanity of the Kings prison-keeper at Oxford. Or a true relation of the most transcendent cruelties, cheatings, cozenings, and base dishonest dealings of William Smith Provest [sic] Marshall General of the Kings Army, against the Parliament prisoners under his custody. As it was delivered at the Barre in the House of Commons, by one, who with many others, were sworne before the Lords assembled in Parliament, and were prisoners in Oxford six moneths, being further confirmed by Captain Wingate in the Commons House, he being Member of the said House, and some time prisoner in Oxford, the space of 9. moneths. Together, with the copy of a letter from a Gentleman of quality confirming the former particulars. Also the copy of a petition and articles exhibited to the King, his councell of warre against Smith. Likewise a letter to the Speaker, subscribed with 70. prisoners hands. Whereunto is added the unsufferable cruelties, exercised upon the Cirencester men, in their passage to Oxford, and at Oxford, in the castle and Bride-vvell, vvhen they were taken. Written by Edm. Chillenden. who was a prisoner there 6. moneths. Printed according to order.
Chillester, Henry. / [1581] Youthes witte, or, The vvitte of grene youth choose gentlemen, and mez-dames which of them shall best lyke you / compiled and gathered together by Henry Chillester.
Chillingworth, William, 1602-1644. / [1644] A sermon preached at the publike fast before his Maiesty at Christ-Church in Oxford. By William Chillingworth. Published by command since his death.
Chillingworth, William, 1602-1644. / [1664] The religion of Protestants a safe way to salvation, or, An answer to a book entituled, Mercy and truth, or, Charity maintain'd by Catholiques, which pretends to prove the contrary to which is added in this third impression The apostolical institution of episcopacy : as also IX sermons ... / by William Chillingworth ...
Chillingworth, William, 1602-1644. / [1689] Mr. Chillingworth's judgment of the religion of Protestants, &c.
Chillingworth, William, 1602-1644. / [1687] Mr. Chillingworth's book called The religion of Protestants a safe way to salvation made more generally useful by omitting personal contests, but inserting whatsoever concerns the common cause of Protestants, or defends the Church of England : with an addition of some genuine pieces of Mr. Chillingworth's never before printed.
Chilton, Thomas. / [1659] Way of deliverance from bondage set forth in love to the simple, who have erred for lack of knowledge. The redemption of the holy seed, is through judgement on that which hath hindered its gr[owth] ... / By one that desires the enlargement of the righteous seed, which i[s] impris[o]ned in the unconverted, Thomas Chilton.
Chisenhale, Edward, d. 1654. / [1653] Catholike history, collected and gathered out of Scripture, councels, ancient Fathers, and modern authentick writers, both ecclesiastical and civil; for the satisfaction of such as doubt, and the confirmation of such as believe, the Reformed Church of England. Occasioned by a book written by Dr. Thomas Vane, intituled, The lost sheep returned home. / By Edward Chisenhale, Esquire.
Chishull, John. / [1668] A word to Israel in the wilderness, or, An arraignment of unbelief shewing the evil of distrust ... / by John Chishul.
Chishull, John. / [1657] Two treatises. The first, The young-mans memento. Shewing [brace] how why when [brace] we should remember God. Or The seasonableness and sutableness of this work to youth. The second, Novv if ever. Proving 1 That God gives man a day. 2 That this day often ends while the means of grace continues. 3 That when this day is ended, peace is hid from the soul. Being an appendix to the former treatise. / Both by John Chishull, minister of the Gospel.
Chishull, John. / [1666] Seasonable thoughts of divine providence affording comfort to those who are in danger. Instruction to all that are delivered from the late sad visitation. Wherein we are inform'd whether our preservation be a fruit of God's special love, or of his common providence.
Chishull, John. / [1657] The danger of being almost a Christian. Shewing, [brace] 1. How far men may go without grace. 2. Why some men go so far. 3. Why they go no farther. 4. The dangerous estate of such persons. / By John Chishull, minister of the Gospel.
Choke, John. / [between 1680 and 1690] Those incomparable neck-laces, which were prepared by that great traveller, Major John Choke, one of his Majesties chymists, are most famous, and in a manner miraculous; one of them being of no greater weight then a small nutmeg; absolutely easing children in breeding teeth, and cutting, without pain ...
Choke, John. / [between 1680 and 1690?] These most miraculous neck-laces being so well known, and approved of both in city and country, the virtues of the same being so large, thought fit as in duty I was bound to my fellow Christians to revive this worthy annodyne, ...
Choke, John. / [between 1680 and 1690] Nothing without God: Performed by John Choke, (approved physician; and farther, priviledged y his Majesty); or, in his absence, by Clement Blewton and John Bemston, students in physick.
Choke, John. / [1685?] The great traveller Major J.C. one of his Majesties chymists, his most famous and in a manner miraculous necklaces ...
Choke, John. / [1680?] The famous and virtuous necklaces; one of them being of no greater weight than a small nutmeg, absolutely easing children in breeding teeth without pain; thereby preventing feavers, ruptures, convulsions, rickets, and such attendant distempers ...
Chorley, Josiah, d. 1719? / [1688] A brief memorial of the Bible: or, A summary of the chief matters contained in every chapter of the Old and New Testament. Done into metre for the help of memory, / by J.C. M.A.
Chorlton, John, 1666-1705. / [1696] The glorious reward of faithful ministers declared and improved in a sermon upon the occasion of the funeral of that excellent minister of Jesus Christ Henry Newcome ... / by John Chorlton.
Choune, Edward. / [1657] A whip for the lecturers of Lewis, and for all those Presbyterians, and others of the clergy which maintain that damnable opinion of absolute reprobation, according to the sense of the within written paper. With an exact copy of two several letters sent unto the the said lecturers, wherein the author desires satisfaction concerning the said opinion, with an answer to one of the said letters, being a true copy also. / By Edward Choune ...
Chresner, A. / [MDCLXXXVII. 1687] The vindication of A. Cresner, school-master in Long-Acre, from the aspersions of A. Pulton, Jesuit and school-master in the Savoy: together with some account of his discourse with Mr. Meredith. Imprimatur, Octob. 24. 1687. Hic liber cui titulus The vindication of A. Cresner, &c. H. Maurice Reverendissimo in Christo P.D. Wilhelmo Archiep. Cant. à Sacris.
Christ Church (University of Oxford) / [M.D.C.XXXVIII. 1638] Death repeal'd by a thankfull memoriall sent from Christ-Church in Oxford celebrating the noble deserts of the Right Honourable, Paule, late Lord Vis-count Bayning of Sudbury. Who changed his earthly honours Iune the 11. 1638.
Christ's Hospital (London, England) / [1687-1688] The present state and list of the children of His late Majesty's royal foundation in Christ's-Hospital presented in all humility and duty to His most sacred Majesty, by the Lord Mayor of the City of London, with the president and governours of the said hospital, the first day of January, 1687/8.
Christ's Hospital (London, England) / [1689/90] The present state and list of the children of His Late Majesty King Charles II his new royal foundation in Christ's-Hospital, presented ... to their Most Sacred Majesties, K. William and Q. Mary / by the Lord Mayor of the city of London, with the President and Governours of the said hospital, the first day of January, 1689/90.
Christian V, King of Denmark and Norway, 1646-1699. / [1677] His Majesty the King of Denmarks letter to His Highness the Duke of Holstein (Gottorp) concerning the sequestration of the Dukedom of Schleswig and the said Dukes answer thereunto : as also His Imperial Majesties letter to the Duke of Holstein, with the Duke's answer.
Christian, Edward. / [1679] The Earl of Danby vindicated: in reflections upon a paper intituled, Some reflections upon the E. of Danby, in relation to the murder of Sir Edmund-bury Godfry. In a letter to a friend, / from Mr. Christian.
Christina, Queen of Sweden, 1626-1689. / [1652] A letter sent from the Queen of Sweden to the King of France touching, the affairs of that kingdome, and the King of Scots with her Majesties desires and gracious promise thereupon.: Also a message from the states of Holland to his Majesty concerning the peace of that kingdome, and the United Provinces. With a perfect abstract and narrative of the whole proceedings and transaction of affairs, between the French and Dutch, in relation to the Commonwealth of England, and the King and Crown of Spain.
Christina, Queen of Sweden, 1626-1689. / [1652] A declaration of Her Gracions [sic] Majesty the Queen of Swedeland;: concerning the King of Scots, the resigning up the crown and scepter; the lawes and government of all her loyall and liege people, to be inviolably kept and preserved; the contract of marriage; and a remonstrance of her privy councel, concerning the day of coronation. Written by Her Majesties own hand, and published by special authority.
Chub, William. / [1585] Two fruitfull and godly sermons preached at Dorchester in Dorsetshyre, the one touching the building of Gods temple, the other what the temple is.
Chub, William. / [1585] The true trauaile of all faithfull Christians, hovve to escape the daungers of the vvicked vvorld VVhereunto is added a christian exercise for priuate housholders.
Chudleigh, George, Sir, ca. 1578-1657. / [An. Dom. 1644] A declaration published in the county of Devon by that grand ambo-dexter, Sir George Chudleigh Baronet, to delude his country-men in their iudgement and affections, touching the present differences between His Majestie and the Parliament. Together with a full and satisfactory answer thereunto, transmitted from thence under the hand of a iudicious and well affected patriot. Printed according to order.
Church of England. / [1661] To the Kings most excellent Majesty and the Lords and Peers assembled in Parliament the humble petition and protestation of all the bishops and prelates now called by His Majesties writs to attend the Parliament, and present about London and Westminster for that service.
Church of England. / [1685?] A remonstrance, by way of address from the Church of England to both houses of Parliament, upon the account of religion: Together with some remarks upon Dr. Sherlock's sermon preached the 29th. of May, 1685.
Church of England. / [1685?] A remonstrance by way of address from the Church of England to both houses of Parliament upon the account of religion together with some remarks upon Dr. Sherlock's sermon preached the 24th May, 1685.
Church of England. / [1545?] [The primer in English.].
Church of England. / [1688] Prayers to be used in all cathedral, collegiate, and parochial churches, and chapels, within this kingdom, during this time of publick apprehensions from the danger of invasion: and to be added to the daily office both morning and evening, immediately after the prayers for the King, and for the royal family. By His Majesties special command.
Church of England. / [1694] Prayers to be used during the Queens sickness, in the cities of London and Westminster. By his Majesties special command:
Church of England. / [1606?] Prayers for the Parliament
Church of England. / [Anno Dom. 1605] Prayers appointed to be vsed in the church at morning and euening prayer by euery minister, for the Queenes safe deliuerance: Set foorth and inioyned by authoritie.
Church of England. / [1571?] A prayer to be sayd in the end of the mornyng prayer daily (through the dioeces of Norwich) during the tyme of this hard and sharp wether of frost and snow to craue mercye for our synnes and release of this sore punishment at the mercifull handes of our good and gracious God
Church of England. / [Anno Domini. 1596] A prayer of thankesgiuing, and for continuance of good successe to her Maiesties forces:
Church of England. / [1690] A prayer for the king
Church of England. / [MDCLXXXVIII 1688] A prayer for His Highness the Prince of Orange,: to be used immediately after the prayer for the royal family.
Church of England. / [1586] An order of prayer and thankesgiuing, for the preseruation of her Maiestie and the realme, from the traiterous and bloodie practises of the Pope, and his adherents: to be vsed at times appointed in the preface. Published by authoritie.
Church of England. / [In the yere of our Lorde. M.D.XLVIII. 1548] The order of the communion
Church of England. / [1585] An order of praier and thankes-giving, for the preseruation of the Queenes Maiesties life and salfetie [sic]: to be vsed of the preachers and ministers of the dioces of Winchester. With a short extract of William Parries voluntarie confession, vvritten vvith his owne hand.
Church of England. / [1644] The new booke of common prayer.: According to the forme of the Kirke of Scotland, our brethren in faith and Covenant.
Church of England. / [1539] The manuall of prayers, or the prymer in Englyshe set out at lengthe, whose contentes the reader by the prologe next after the kalendar, shal sone perceaue and there in shal se brefly the order of the whole boke. Set forth by Ihon late bysshope of Rochester at the co[m]aundement the ryght honorable Lorde Thomas Cro[m]wel, Lorde Priuie seale Uicegerent to the Kynges hyghnes.
Church of England. / [1621] Llyfr gweddi gyffredin, a gwenidogaeth y sacramentau, a chyn[neddfau a] ceremoniau eraill yn Eglwys Loegr.
Church of England. / [1599] Llyfer gweddi gyffredin, a gwenidogaeth y sacramentau, ac eraill gynneddfau a ceremoniau yn Eglwys Loegr..
Church of England. / [Anno 1567 6. Maii.] Lliver gweddi gyffredin, a gwemdogaeth y sacramentae, ac eraill gynneddfeu a ceremoniae yn Eccles loecr. ; Vewed [sic], perused and allowed by the bishops, accordyng to the Act stablished for the translation of the Bible, and thys booke into the Brytyshe tongue..
Church of England. / [1586] Lliver gweddi gyffredin, [a gwenidogaeth] sacramentae, ac eraill gynneddfey, a ceremoniae yn Eccles[--] [--] bishops, according to the act stablished for the translation of the Bible, and this booke into the British tongue..
Church of England. / [1558] The letanie and suffrages
Church of England. / [1538?] Iniunctions exhibited the [blank] day of [blank] anno. M. D. XXXVIII.
Church of England. / [Anno. 1547] Iniunccions geue[n] by the moste excellent prince, Edward the sixte by the grace of God, kyng of England, Frau[n]ce, and Irelande: defendor of the faythe, and in earthe vnder Christ, of the churche of Englande and of Ireland the supreme hedde: to all and singuler his louyng subiectes, aswell of the clergie, as of the laietie.
Church of England. / [1580?] A fourme of prayer with thankes giuing, to be vsed of all the Queenes Maiesties louing subiects euery yeere, the 17. of Nouember, being the daye of the her Highnesse entry to her kingdome. Set forth by authoritie.
Church of England. / [1626.] A forme of prayer, with thankesgiuing, to bee vsed of all the Kings Maiesties louing subiects euery yeere the 27. of March. Being the day of His Highnesse entry to this kingdome. ; Set forth by authority.
Church of England. / [Anno M.DC.L 1650] A forme of prayer, used in the King's Chappel, upon Tuesdayes.: In these times of trouble and distresse.
Church of England. / [1613] A forme of prayer to be publikely vsed in churches, during this vnseasonable weather, and aboundance of raine: Set forth by authoritie.
Church of England. / [1636] A forme of common prayer, together with an order of fasting: for the auerting of Gods heauie visitation vpon many places of this kingdome, and for the obtaining of his blessings vpon vs The prayers are to be read euery Wednesday during this visitation. Set forth by his Maiesties authority.
Church of England. / [Anno, 1633] The forme and manner of making and consecrating bishops, priestes and deacons.
Church of England. / [1688] A form, or order of thanksgiving. And prayer, to be used in London, and ten miles round on Sunday the 15th of this instant January, and throughout England on Sunday the 29th of the same month, by all parsons, vicars, and curats in their respective parish churches, and chapels, in behalf of the King, and the Queen and the Royal Family, upon occasion of the Queen's being with child. By His Majesties special command.
Church of England. / [MDCLXXXVII i.e. 1688] A form, or order of thanksgiving, and prayer,: to be used in London, and ten miles round it, on Sunday the 15th. of this instant January, and throughout England on Sunday the 29th. of the same month, by all parsons, vicars, and curates, in their respective parish churches, and chapels, in behalf of the King, the Queen, and the royal family, upon occasion of the Queen's being with child.
Church of England. / [1691] A form of thanksgiving to be used in all churches in and near about London immediately upon His Majesties return, and to be continued till the day of publick thanksgiving. By Her Majesties special command.
Church of England. / [1660.] A form of thanksgiving for the great mercy that God hath bestowed upon these three nations of England, Scotland and Ireland by the hand of the Lord General Monck and the two houses of Parliament, in restoring the King unto his right and government; and in the opening a doore thereby to establishment, of the true religion, and to the settlement of these distracted and oppressed nations in peace and righteousnesse, by the proclamation of King Charles the II. May this 8. 1660..
Church of England. / [1685] A form of prayer with thanksgiving to be used yearly upon the fifth day of November for the happy deliverance of the King, and the three estates of the realm, from the most traiterous and bloudy intended massacre by gun-powder.
Church of England. / [MDCXC 1690] A form of prayer with thanksgiving to be used yearly on the fifth day of November for the happy deliverance of King James I and the three estates of the realm from the most traiterous and bloody intended massacre by gun-powder : and also for the happy arrival of His present Majesty on this day for the deliverance of our church and nation / by Their Majesties special command.
Church of England. / [1685] A form of prayer with thanksgiving to Almighty God to be used in all churches and chapels within this realm every year, upon the sixth day of February, being the day on which His Majesty began his happy reign / by His Majesties special command.
Church of England. / [1685] A form of prayer with thanksgiving to almighty God for having put an end to the Great Rebellion by the restitution of the King and royal family and the restauration of the government after many years interruption which unspeakable mercies were wonderfully compleated upon the 29th of May in the year 1660, and in memory thereof that day in every year is by act of Parliament to be for ever kept holy / by His Majesties special command.
Church of England. / [1697] A form of prayer to be used next after the prayer in time of war and tumults throughout the kingdom of England, dominion of Wales and town of Berwick upon Tweed in all churches and chapels, at morning and evening prayer, as often as there is divine service during the time of His Majesties absence.
Church of England. / [1696] A form of prayer to be used next after the prayer in the time of war and tumults throughout the kingdom of England, dominion of Wales and town of Berwick upon Tweed, in all churches and chapels at morning and evening prayer, as often as there is divine service during the time of His Majesties absence.
Church of England. / [1691] A form of prayer to be used next after the prayer in the time of war and tumults in all churches and chappels of London and Westminster, at morning and evening prayer, as often as there is divine service, during the time of Their Majesties fleets being at sea. By her Majesties special command.
Church of England. / [1697] A form of prayer to be used next after the general thanksgiving: in all churches and chapels within the cities of London and Westminster, and elsewhere within the bills of mortality, immediately after his majesties return; and to be continued for a fortnight.
Church of England. / [M DC XCII 1692] A form of prayer and thanksgiving to be used immediately before the General Thanksgiving: in all churches and chappels within the cities of London and Westminster and ten miles about London at Morning and Evening Prayer as often as there is divine service and to be continued till further order.
Church of England. / [MDCXCV. 1695] A form of prayer and thanksgiving to Almighty God, to be used throughout the cities of London and Westminster, and elsewhere within the weekly bills of mortality, on Sunday the eighth day of this instant September and in all other places throughout the kingdom of England, dominion of Wales, and town of Berwick upon Tweed, on Sunday the twenty second day of the same month: for granting to the forces of His Majesty, and his allies, so great success in taking the town and castle of Namur; and for protecting His Majesties sacred person from the many dangers to which he was so frequently exposed during that siege. By order of the Lords Justices.
Church of England. / [1686] A form of prayer and thanksgiving to Almighty God for the prosperity of the Christian arms against the Turks and especially for taking the city of Buda to be used publickly on Sunday the twelfth of September in His Majesties free chappel of St. Georges Windsor, in the collegiate church of St. Peters Westminster and in the parish-church of St. Mary le Bowe in the city of London.
Church of England. / [1685] A form of prayer and thanksgiving to Almighty God for His Majesties late victories over the rebels to be observed in all churches and chapels throughout the kingdom ...
Church of England. / [1689] A form of prayer and thanksgiving to Almighty God for having made his Highness the Prince of Orange the glorious instrument of the great deliverance of this kingdom from popery and arbitary power. To be used in the city of London and ten miles distant thereof, on the 31 of January instant, and throughout the whole kingdom on the 14 of February next.
Church of England. / [1688] A form of prayer and thanksgiving for the safe delivery of the Queen and happy birth of the young Prince to be used ... in all churches and chappels ...
Church of England. / [1700] The form of ordaining or consecrating of an archbishop or bishop; which is always to be performed upon some Sunday, or Holy-day.
Church of England. / [anno 1604] Constitutio[ns] and canons ecclesiasticall: treated vpon by the Bishop of London, president of the conuocation for the prouince of Canterbury, and the rest of the bishops and clergie of the said prouince: and agreed vpon with the Kings Maiesties licence in their synode begun at London anno Dom. 1603. And in the yeere of the raigne of our soueraigne Lord Iames by the grace of God King of England, France and Ireland the first, and of Scotland the 37. And now published for the due obseruation of them by his Maiesties authoritie, vnder the great Seale of England.
Church of England. / [Anno Domini, MDCLXXVI 1671] A collection of articles, injunctions, canons, orders, ordinances and consitutions ecclesiastical, with other publick records of the Church of England chiefly in the times of K. Edward VI. Q. Elizabeth, [double brace] K. James, & K. Charles I. Published to vindicate the Church of England, and to promote uniformity and peace in the same. : With a learned preface by Anthony Sparrow, D.D. Lord Bishop of Norwich.
Church of England. / [1661] A collection of articles injunctions, canons, orders, ordinances, and constitutions ecclesiastical: with other publick records of the Church of England; chiefly in the times of K. Edward. VIth. Q. Elizabeth. and K. James. Published to vindicate the Church of England and to promote uniformity and peace in the same. And humbly presented to the Convocation.
Church of England. / [1683] The Church of England as by law established being the very doctrine and express words of the homilies against popery.
Church of England. / [1699] The Church catechism explain'd and prov'd by apt texts of Scripture divided into XXVI parts / recommended by His Grace Narcissus, Lord Archbishop of Dublin for the use of his diocess.
Church of England. / [1593] Certaine praiers collected out of a fourme of godly meditations, set foorth by her Maiesties authoritie in the great mortalitie, in the fift yeere of her Highnesse raigne: and most necessarie to be vsed at this time in the like present visitation of Gods heauie hand for our manifold sinnes, and commended vnto the ministers and people of London, by the Reuerend Father in God, Iohn Bishop of London, &c. Iuly. 1593.
Church of England. / [MDCLXXXIX. 1689] A brief exposition of the church-catechism, with proofs from Scripture
Church of England. / [Anno 1603] The booke of common prayer, and administration of the sacraments and other rites and ceremonies of the Church of England.
Church of England. / [1553?] The booke of common prayer, and adminystracion of the sacramentes, and other rites and ceremonies in the Churche of Englande.
Church of England. / [MDCXCIII 1693] The book of common prayer and administration of the sacraments and other rites and ceremonies of the Church according to the use of the Church of England : together with the Psalter, or Psalms of David, pointed as they are to be sung or said in churches, and the form and manner of making, ordaining, and consecrating of bishops, priests and deacons.
Church of England. / [1665?] Articulau neu byngciau. A gyttunwyd arnynt gan archescobion ac escabion y ddwy dalaith, a'r holl Eglwyswyr, yn y gymansa a gynnhaliwyd yn Llundam ...
Church of England. / [in anno Domini. 1571] Articles whereupon it was agreed by the archbishoppes and bishoppes of both prouinces and the whole cleargie, in the conuocation holden at London in the yere of our Lorde God. 1562. according to the computation of the Churche of Englande for the auoiding of the diuersities of opinions, and for the stablishyng of consent touching true religion. Put foorth by the Queenes aucthoritie.
Church of England. / [1547?] Articles to be enquired of, in the Kynges Maiesties visitacion.
Church of England. / [166blank] Articles to be enquired of, and answered unto by the church-wardens and sworn-men: in the visitation of the right worshipful the Arch-Deacon of [blank] Anno Domini, 166[blank]
Church of England. / [1665?] Articles to be enquired of by the ministers: church-wardens, and side-men of every parish within the arch-deaconry of ... in the ordinary visitation of the right worshipfull Doctor ... Arch-deacon of Lincoln. In the year of our Lord God, 166[-].
Church of England. / [1562?] Articles to be enquired in the visitation, in the firste yere of the raigne of our moste dread soueraigne lady, Elizabeth by the grace of God, of Englande, Fraunce, and Irelande, Queene, defendour of the faith. &c. Anno. 1559.
Church of England. Articles to be enquired in the visitation, in the firste yere of the raigne of our moste dread soueraigne lady Elizabeth, by the grace of God, of Englande, Fraunce, & Ireland, Quene, defendour of the faith, &c., anno 1559
Church of England. / [1577?] Articles to be enquired in the visitation, in the firste yeere of the raigne of our moste dread Soueraigne Lady Elizabeth, by the grace of God, of Englande, Fraunce, and Irelande, Queene, defendour of the faith. [and]c. Anno domini. 1559.
Church of England. / [1568?] Articles to be enquired in the visitation, in the first yere of the raigne of our most dread soueraine lady Elizabeth, by the grace of God, of Englande, Fraunce, and Irelande, Queene, defendour of the faith, &c., anno 1559
Church of England. / [1642] Articles of religion, agreed upon by both Houses and the principall divines thorough [sic] all England and Wales for the avoiding of diversities of opinions whereunto is added His Majesties declaration in confirming the same.
Church of England. / [1663] Articles of inquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical, exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens, and side-men of every parish within the Arch-Deaconry of Durham. Anno Dom. MDCLXIII.
Church of England. / [M.DC.LXXI i.e. 1671] Articles given by [blank] and delivered to the church-wardens to be considered and answered in his visitation holden in the year of our Lord God [blank].
Church of England. / [1664] Articles given by [...] and delivered to the church-wardens to be considered and answered in his visitation holden in the year of our Lord God [...] : whereunto the said church-wardens and side-men are upon their oathes to answer truly and particularly.
Church of England. / [1621] Articles ecclesiastical to be enquired of by the church-wardens and sworne-men within the [blank] in the visitation of the [blank] and in the ([blank] yeere of the reigne of our most dread soueraigne lord King Iames)
Church of England. / [1688] Articles agreed upon by the archbishops and bishops of both provinces and the whole clergy in the convocation holden at London in the year MDLXII for the avoiding of diversities of opinions and for the stablishing of consent touching true religion.
Church of England. / [mense Iunij. An. do. M .D.LIII 1553] Articles agreed on by the bishoppes, and other learned menne in the synode at London, in the yere of our Lorde Godde, M.D.LII. for the auoiding of controuersie in opinions, and the establishement of a godlie concorde, in certeine matiers of religion.
Church of England. / [1565?] Aduertisments partly for due order in the publique administration of common prayers and vsinge the holy Sacramentes, and partly for the apparrell of all persons ecclesiasticall: by vertue of the Queenes maiesties letters commaunding the same, the xxv. day of Ianuary, in the seuenth yeare of the reigne of oure soueraigne lady Elyzabeth, by the grace of God, of Englande, Fraunce and Irelande Queene, defender of the faith, [et]c.
Church of England. / [The .vi. day of Aprill. M. D. LVIII. Cum priuilegio ad imprimendum solum 1558] [Interrogatories vpon which ... churchwardens shalbe charged, for searche, of al such things as now be amysse.].
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Barnstaple. / [An. Dom. 1617] Articles to bee enquired of by the church-wardens and sworne-men within the arch-deaconrie of Barnestaple, in the diocesse of Exeter, in the visitation there holden in the yeare of our lord God. 1617.
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Bedford. / [1667] Articles to be enquired of, and answered unto by the church-wardens and sworn-men in the visitation of the Right Worshipful the Arch-Deacon of Bedford, an. Dom. 1667
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Bedford. / [Printed in the year 1669] Articles of enquiry concerning certain matters ecclesiastical, exhibited to the church-wardens and side-men of every parish within the arch-deaconry of Bedford:: for their better direction in their presentments in the visitation of Theophilus Dillingham D.D. Arch-Deacon of Bedford.
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Berkshire. / [An. Dom. 167-?] Articles of visitation and enquiry, concerning matters ecclesiastical, for the churchwardens and sidemen of every parish within the Archdeaconry of Berks: at the visitation of the worshipful Jonas Proast, M.A., Archdeacon of Berks, holden in the year of our Lord God.
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Berkshire. / [Anno Domini, 1667] Articles of visitation and enquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical,: exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens, and side-men of every parish within the arch-deaconry of Berks. : At the visitation of the Right Worshipfull Peter Mews, Doctor of Lawes, and archdeacon of Berks. Holden in the year of our Lord God 1667.
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Chichester. / [1634] Articles to be inquired of vvithin the Arch-deaconry of Chichester in the ordinary visitation of the right worshipfull, D. Andrewes, Arch-deacon of Chichester, anno Domini 1634.
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Chichester (1635-1640 : Pay) / [1635] Articles to be enquired of in the ordinary visitation of the worshipfull, Mr. Lavvrence Pay, Archdeacon of Chichester. Anno Domini, 1635.
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Chichester. Archdeacon (1640-? : Marsh). / [1640.] Articles to be enquired of in the ordinary visitation of the right worshipfull, Iames Marsh, Dr. of Divinity, Arch-Deacon of Chichester. Holden Anno Dom. 1640..
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Derby. / [1641] Articles to be considered of by the churchwardens and others within the archdeaconry of Derby.: In the visitation archdiaconall [sic] of Derbyshire, Anno S[anc]tis. 1641 ...
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Dorset. / [1683] Articles to be ministred, enquired of, and answered, concerning matters ecclesiastical in the visitation of John Feilding, Arch-Deacon of the Arch-Deaconry of Dorset. 1683.
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Dorset. / [1624] Articles to be ministred, enquired of, and answered in the visitation of the Right Worshipfull Richard Fitzharbert, Master of Arts, and Archdeacon of Dorset, 1624
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Essex. / [1615] Articles to be enquired of, within the archdeaconry of Essexx, by the church-wardens & sworne-men in euery parish, and presentment to be made thereof to the Arch-deacon with partciular [sic] answeres vnto euery article.
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Essex. / [printed in the year, 168blank] Articles to be enquired of, and answered unto, by the church-wardens and sides-men in the visitation of the Reverend the Archdeacon of Essex. Anno Dom. 168[blank]
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Exeter. / [1612.] Articles to be enquired of by the church-wardens and sworne-men within the Archdeaconrie of Excester in the visitation of the Right Worshipful Thomas Barret, Archdeacon of the said Archdeaconrie of Excester. Anno Domini, 1612..
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Hereford. / [Anno Domini 1691] Articles of enquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical. Exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens, and side-men of every parish within the [archdeaconry] of [Hereford] in the visitation of the Reverend [Dr. Wm. Johnson Archdeacon there]
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Huntington. / [1670] Articles of enquiry concerning certain matters ecclesiastical, exhibited to the church-wardens and side-men of every parish within the arch-deaconry of Huntington for their better direction in their presentments in the visitation of John Hammond, Arch-Deacon of Huntington.
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Leicester. Archdeacon (1591-1625 : Johnson) / [1613.] Certaine advertisements and articles, giuen by the Worshipfull Master Robert Iohnson Archdeacon of Leicester. In the visitation holden for the said archdeaconrie, at the feast of the Annunciation of our blessed lady the Virgine Marie in the yeare of our Lord God 1613. and the of reigne of our most gracious Lord King Iames, by the grace of God of England, France and Ireland, Defender of the Faith, &c. the eleuenth, and of Scotland the fortie fiue..
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Leicester. Archdeacon (1591-1625 : Johnson) / [1622.] Articles to be enquired of by the church-wardens in the visitation of the Right Worshipfull, Master Robert Iohnson, batchelor in diuinitie, and Arch-deacon of Leicester, in the yeare of our Lord God. 1622..
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Leicester. Archdeacon (1669-1679 : Owtram) / [Printed in the year, 1676] Articles of inquiry concerning certain matters ecclesiastical exhibited to the church-wardens and side-men of every parish within the Archdeaconry of Leicester: for their better direction in their presentments in the visitation of VVilliam Owtram, D.D. Arch-Deacon of Leicester.
Church of England. Archdeaconry of London. / [1620] Articles to be enquired of, by the minister, church-wardens and side-men, of euery parish within the arch-deaconry of London which were giuen in charge, in the annuall visitation of the right worshipfull Mr. Theophilus Ailmer, doctor of diuinitie, Archdeacon of London, in the yeare of our Lord God, one thousand sixe hundred and twentie.
Church of England. Archdeaconry of London. Articles to be enquired of by the minister, church-wardens, and sidement of euery parish within the archdeaconrie of London ...
Church of England. Archdeaconry of London. Archdeacon (1559-1591 : Mullins) / [1585] Articles to be answered of the sworne men in the Archdeacon of London his visitation holden the yeere. 1584. the 15. and 19. of Ianuarie.
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Middlesex. / [1615] Articles to be enquired of, within the Archdeaconry of Midlesex, by the church-wardens & swornemen in euery parish and presentment to be made thereof to the arch-deacon, with partciular [sic] answeres vnto euery article.
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Middlesex. Archdeacon (1557-1588 : Squier) / [1582] Articles to be enquired of, by the Church Wardens and Swornemen within the Archdeaconrie of Middlesex. And the trueth thereof to be by them vpon their oathes certainely presented to M. Doctor Squier Archdeacon there or to his officialles, with particular aunsweare to euerie article. 1582.
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Norfolk. / [1633] Articles to be enquired of in the generall visitation of the right vvorshipfull M. Robert White, Bachelour in Divinity, Arch-deacon of Norfolke, anno Domini 163[3?]
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Norfolk. Archdeacon (1661-1698 : Reynolds) / [1671] Articles collected out of the rubrick of the Book of common-prayer, and other ecclesiastical laws now in force. For the help and assistance of the church-wardens and side-men (with the assistance of their ministers) of every parish within the Arch-Deaconry of Norfolk. In the visitation of the Reverend Edward Reynolds M.A. Arch-Deacon of the Arch-Deaconry of Norfolk. In the year of our Lord God 1671. Sir Justinian Lewyn knight, and Dr. of Laws, official.
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Northumberland. Archdeacon (1644 : Basire) / [1662] Articles to be enquired of by the ministers and church-wardens of every parish within the arch-deaconry of Northumberland. Which are given in charge, in the annual visitation of Isaac Basire, D.D. and Arch-Deacon of that jursdiction.
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Norwich. / [1618] Articles to be inquired of, and answered vnto by the churchwardens and inquirers, in the ordinarie visitation of the right Worsh. M. archdeacon of Norwich. anno Dom. [blank]:
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Norwich. / [1638] Articles to be enquired of, and ansvvered vnto by the churchvvardens and sworne men in the visitation of the right vvorshipfull the archdeacon of Norwich. Anno Domini 1638.
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Norwich. / [1663] Articles to be enquired of by the church-wardens and side-men (with the assistance of their ministers) of every parish within the Arch-deaconry of Norwich,: in the visitation of the right worshipfull Doctor William Gery, arch-deacon of Norwich. : In the year of our Lord God, 166[4].
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Norwich. Archdeacon (1668-1676 : Raynolds) / [1677] Articles collected out of the rubrick of the Book of common-prayer, and other ecclesiastical laws now in force. For the help and assistance of the church-wardens and side-men (with the assistance of their ministers) of every parish within the Arch-Deaconry of Norwich in the visitation of the Reverend John Reynolds M.A. Arch-Deacon of the Arch-Deaconry of Norwich. In the year of our Lord God 1677. Owen Hughes Dr. of Laws, official.
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Nottingham. Archdeacon (1590-1611 : King) / [1599] Articles ministred in the visitation of the right worshipfull maister Iohn King Archdeacon of Nottingham, in the yeare of our Lord God. 1599
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Rochester. / [167blank , i.e. 1670?] Articles to be enquired of, and answered unto by the church-wardens and side-men in the visitation of the [John Warner] anno Dom. 167[blank]:
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Salop. / [1639?] Articles to be inquired of in the Arch-deaconrie of Salop within the diocesse of Hereford, in the year 163[9?] at the visitation of Morgan Godwyn, Doctor of Lawes, Arch-deacon of Salop.
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Sudbury. / [M.DC.LXXII. i.e. 1672] Articles for visitation concerning certain matters ecclesiastical: exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens and side-men of every parish within the arch-deaconry of Sudbury. In the fifth visitation of John Spencer D.D. Archdeacon of Sudbury.
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Suffolk. / [1637] Articles to be enqvired of in the ordinary visitation of the Right Worshipfvll Master Doctor Pearson, Archdeacon of Suffolke, Anno Domini 1637:
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Wells. / [1700] Articles of visitation and inquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical Exhibted [sic] to the ministers, church-wardens, and side-men, of every parish within the arch-deaconry of Wells. In the diocess of Bath and Wells. And is very useful for all the diocesses in England. The tenour of the oath of the church-wardens, and sworn men. You shall swear, that you, and every of you, shall faithfully execute your several offices of church-wardens and side-men, according to law, to the best of your skill and knowledge. So help you God, and the contents of his Holy Gospel.
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Worcester. / [1615] Articles to be enquired of, by the church-wardens and swornemen, within the archdeaconrie of Worcester, in the visitation of the Right Wowshipfull [sic] William Suuaddon, doctor of diuinitie, Archdeacon of Worcester, anno Dom. 1615
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Worcester. / [1634?] Articles to be enquired of by the church-wardens and sworne-men within the arch-deaconrie of Worcester, in the visitation of the worshipfull Mr. Edward Thornburgh, Arch-deacon of Worcester, anno Domini. [blank]
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Worcester. / [1624] Articles to be enquired of by the church-wardens and sworne men, within the archdeaconry of Worcester, in the first visitation of the R. Worshipfull Hugh Floyd Dr of Diuinity, Archdeacon of Worcester, anno Dom. 1624.
Church of England. Diocese of Bangor. / [1690] Ymofynion iw hatteb gan brocatorion, wardeinied, a swyddogion eraill, ymwelied escobol gyntaf y gwir barchedig dad Humphrey Humphreys, Escob Bangor, yn y flwyddyn o oedran Jesu, 1690.:
Church of England. Diocese of Bath and Wells. / [Anno Dom. 1673] Articles of visitation and enquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical, exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens, and side-men of every parish within the diocess of Bath and VVells: at the primary visitation of the right Reverend Father in God Peter Lord Bishop of the said diocess.
Church of England. Diocese of Bath and Wells. Bishop (1672-1684 : Mews) / [1676] Articles of visitation and enquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical, exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens and side-men of every parish within the diocess of Bath and VVells, at the triennial visitation of the Right Reverend Falther in God, Peter, Lord bishop of the said diocess
Church of England. Diocese of Bath and Wells. Bishop (1672-1684 : Mews) / [1679] Articles of visitation & enquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical, exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens and side-men, of the diocess of Bath and Wells, at the triennial visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God, Peter, Lord Bishop of the that diocess
Church of England. Diocese of Bath and Wells. Bishop (1684-1691 : Ken) / [1688] All glory be to God Thomas unworthy bishop of Bath and Wells, to the minister of (ööööööö) wisheth a multiplication of mercy, and peace, and love.
Church of England. Diocese of Bristol. Bishop (1661-1671 : Ironside) / [1662] Articles to be ministred, enquired of and answered concerning matters ecclesiastical in the first episcopal visitation of the Right Reverend father in God Gilbert, by Gods divine providence Lord Bishop of Bristol, in the second year of his consecration.
Church of England. Diocese of Bristol. Bishop (1678-1684 : Gulston) / [1682?] Articles of enquiry to be exhibited to, and answered by the ministers and church-wardens of every parish within the jurisdiction of the Right Reverend Father in God William by divine providence, Lord Bishop of Bristol in his second episcopal visitation, and the fourth year of his consecration.
Church of England. Diocese of Canterbury. / [1619] Articles to be ministred, enquired of, and answered in the visitation of the Right Worshipfull Iames Hussey, doctor of the ciuill law and commissarie generall to the Most Reuerend Father in God the Lord Archbishop of Canterbury his grace within the citie and diocesse of Cant.
Church of England. Diocese of Canterbury. / [1637] Articles to be inquired of in the first trienniall visitation of the most reverend father VVilliam, by Gods providence, lord arch-bishop of Canterbury, primate of all England; and metropolitan: in and for the dioces of Canterbury, in the yeare of our lord God 1637, and in the fourth yeere of his Graces translation.
Church of England. Diocese of Canterbury. / [the laste daie of August M.D.xlviii ... 31 Aug. 1548] Articles to be enquired of, 1548
Church of England. Diocese of Carlisle. Bishop (1626-1629 : White) / [1627] Articles to be enquired of in the diocesse of Carlile, in the visitation of the reuerend father in God, Francis, Lord Bishop of Carlile
Church of England. Diocese of Carlisle. Bishop (1664-1684 : Rainbowe) / [M.DC.LXVI. 1666] Articles to be enquired of in the Diocese of Carlisle In the visitation of the right reverend father in God Edward Lord Bishop of Carlisle. An. Dom. 1666.
Church of England. Diocese of Chester. / [Printed in the year, M DC XCI 1691] Articles to be enquired of and answered unto by the church-wardens and side-men,: in the primary visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God, Nicholas Lord Bishop of Chester. M.DC.XCL.
Church of England. Diocese of Chester. / [M.DC.LXXIV. 1674] Articles of enquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical within the diocese of Chester in the primary episcopal visitation of the right reverend Father in God John Lord Bishop of Chester, Anno Dom. 1674.
Church of England. Diocese of Chester. Bishop (1579-1595 : Chaderton) / [1580?] Articles to be enquired of within the diocesse of Chester, in the visitation of the reuerende father in God, William Bishop of Chester in the xxij yeere of the reigne of our most gratious soueraigne Lady Elizabeth &c.
Church of England. Diocese of Chester. Bishop (1604-1615 : Lloyd) / [1605] Articles to be inquired of within the diocesse of Chester, in the ordinary visitation of the Reuerend Father in God, George, Lord Bishop of Chester, anno Domini 1605, and in the yeere of the raigne of our soueraigne Lord, Iames, by the grace of God, of Great Brittayne, France and Ireland, King, defender of the fayth, &c., viz. of Great Brittayne, Fraunce and Ireland, the third, and of Scotland the eight and thirtieth.
Church of England. Diocese of Chichester. Bishop (1596-1605 : Watson) / [1600] Articles ministred by the reuerend father in God. Anthony by the grace of God Bishop of Chichester to the churchwardens throughout the whole diocesse of Chichester, at the visitation begun there the 6 of September 1600, and to bee enquired of quarterly within the saide diocesse.
Church of England. Diocese of Chichester. Bishop (1628-1638 : Montagu) / [1628] Articles to bee enquired of, throughout the whole diocesse of Chichester, ministred and giuen in charge to the church-wardens and sidemen within the same diocesse, / by the Reuerend Father in God Richard by Gods prouidence bishop of Chichester, in his first generall visitation. Holden Anno Dom. 1628. ; Anno consecrationis suae primo..
Church of England. Diocese of Durham. / [1676] Articles of visitation and enquiry. Concerning matters ecclesiastical exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens, and side-men of every parish within the Dioces of Durham. In the primary visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God Nathanael by divine providence Lord Bishop of Durham.
Church of England. Diocese of Ely. / [M. DC. LXXXVI. 1686] Articles of visitation and enquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens and side-men of every parish within the diocess of Ely by the Right Reverend Father in God Francis by divine permission Lord Bishop of Ely. In the second year of his translation for his first episcopal visitation:
Church of England. Diocese of Ely. / [M DC LXVIII i.e. 1668] Articles for visitation concerning certain matters ecclesiastical: exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens, and side-men of every parish within the Diocess of Ely. In the primory episcopal visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God Benjamin by divine permission Lord Bishop of Ely.
Church of England. Diocese of Ely. / [M.DC.LXXIV. 1674] Articles for visitation concerning certain matters ecclesiastical: exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens and side-men of every parish within the Diocess of Ely. In the third Episcopal visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God Benjamin by divine permission Lord Bishop of Ely.
Church of England. Diocese of Ely. Bishop (1559-1581 : Cox) / [1571?] Iniunctions geuen by the reuerende father in God Richarde by Gods prouidence Bishop of Elye aswell to the clergie as to the church wardens and inquirers of euery seueral parishe within his dioces, to be obserued and kept of euery of them in their offices and callynges as to them shall apperteyne, for the aduauncement of Gods honour, for the increase of vertue, and for good order to be continued within his sayde dioces.
Church of England. Diocese of Ely. Bishop (1559-1581 : Cox) / [1573] Articles to be inquired of, by the reuerende father in God, Richarde by Gods prouidence Bishop of Elye for the churchwardens and inquirers of euery seuerall parishe vvithin his diocesse, in his visitation, holden in the yeare of our Lord God, 1573.
Church of England. Diocese of Ely. Bishop (1609-1619 : Andrewes). / [1610] Articles to be inquired of by the church-wardens and sworne-men, in the ordinarie visitation of Lancelot Lord Bishop of Elie, within the Diocesse of Elie, Ann. 1610.
Church of England. Diocese of Ely. Bishop (1638-1667 : Wren) / [1638] Articles to be inquired of vvithin the dioces of Ely in the first visitation of the R. Reverend Father in God Matthevv, Lord Bishop of Ely.
Church of England. Diocese of Ely. Bishop (1667-1675 : Laney) / [1671] Articles for visitation concerning certain matters ecclesiastical exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens and side-men of every parish within the Diocess of Ely in the second episcopal visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God Benjamin by divine permission Lord Bishop of Ely.
Church of England. Diocese of Ely. Bishop (1684-1690 : Turner) / [M.DC.LXXXVI 1686] A letter to the clergy of the diœcess of Ely from the Bishop of Ely ; before, and preparatory to his visitation.
Church of England. Diocese of Exeter. / [printed, MDCLXXXIX. 1689] Articles of visitation and enquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical: Exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens and side-men, of every parish, within the diocess of Exeter, at the primary visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God, Jonathan, by divine permission, Lord Bishop of Exeter, in the year of our Lord, 1689.
Church of England. Diocese of Exeter. Bishop (1662-1667 : Ward) / [M.DC.LXV 1665] Articles of visitation and enquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens, and sidemen of every parish within the diocese of Exeter. In the second episcopal visitation of the right reverend father in God Seth, by divine permission Lord Bishop of Exeter.
Church of England. Diocese of Exeter. Bishop (1676-1688 : Lamplugh) / [1677] Articles of visitation and enquiry, concerning matters ecclesiastical, exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens, and side-men of every parish within the diocese of Exeter, in the primary visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God Thomas by divine permission Lord Bishop of Exeter
Church of England. Diocese of Exeter. Dean (1588-1629 : Sutcliffe) / [1609] Articles to be enquired of by the church-wardens and sworne-men, within the peculiar iurisdiction of the deane and chapter of the cathedrall church of S. Peter in Exeter
Church of England. Diocese of Gloucester. / [1618] Articles to be enquired of, within the archdeaconry of Glocester, in the ge[ne]rall visitation of the right wor. M. Samuel Burton, Archdeacon of the dioces of Glocester holden in the yeere of our Lord God, 1618, in the 16. yeere of the raigne of our most gracious soueraigne Lord James, by the grace of God, King of Great Britaine, France & Ireland, defender of the faith, &c.
Church of England. Diocese of Gloucester. / [1635] Articles to be enquired of in the generall visitation of the Archdeacon of the diocesse of Glocester holden in the yeare of our Lord, 1635.
Church of England. Diocese of Gloucester. / [An. Dom. 1698] Articles of visitation and enquiry,: exhibited to the ministers, churchwardens and sidemen of every parish in the diocess of Gloucester; in the second triennial visitation of the right reverend father in God, Edward Lord Bishop of Gloucester, An. Dom. MDCXCVIII.
Church of England. Diocese of Gloucester. Archdeaconry. / [1624] Articles to be enquired of, in the general visitation of the archdeacon of the diocesse of Glocester: holden in the yeare of our Lord God, 1624 In the 21. yeare of the raigne of our most gracious soueraigne lord Iames, by the grace of God, king of Great Britaine, France and Ireland, defender of the faith, &c.
Church of England. Diocese of Gloucester. Bishop (1660-1672 : Nicholson) / [1663] Articles of visitation and enquiry, concerning matters ecclesiastical, exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens, and side-men of every parish within the arch-deaconry of Gloucester, in the first visitation of the Arch-Deacon
Church of England. Diocese of Gloucester. Bishop (1660-1672 : Nicholson) / [1665] Articles of visitation and enquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical, exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens, and sidemen of every parish within the arch-deaconry of Gloucester, in the visitation of the Arch-Deacon
Church of England. Diocese of Hereford. / [1692] Articles to be enquired of within the diocess of Hereford, in the first visitation of the Right Reverend father in God Gilbert Lord Bishop of Hereford in the year of Our Lord God 1692, and in the first year of his translation.
Church of England. Diocese of Hereford. Bishop (1586-1602 : Westfaling) / [1592] Articles ecclesiasticall to be inquired of by the churchwardens and the sworne-men within the dioces of Hereforde in the visitation of the reuerend father in God, Harbart Bishop of the saide dioces, this present yeare M.D.LXXXXII. and in the XXXIIII. yeare of the raigne of our most gratious soueraigne lady Queene Elizabeth, &c. and so hereafter till the next visitation, & from time to time to bee presented.
Church of England. Diocese of Hereford. Bishop (1586-1602 : Westfaling) / [1586] Articles ecclesiasticall to be inquired of by the churchwardens and the sworne-men within the dioces of Hereford in the first visitation of the reuerend father in God, Harbart Bishop of the said dioces: this present yeare M. D.LXXXVI. and in the XXVIII. yeare of the raigne of our most gracious soueraigne Lady Queene Elizabeth, &c. And so hereafter, till the next visitation, & from titme to time to be presented.
Church of England. Diocese of Lichfield and Coventry. / [1665] Articles of inquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical;: exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens and side-men of every parish within the diocess of Lichfield and Coventry; in the triennial visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God John by divine providence lord bishop of Lichfield and Coventry, in the seventh year of his consecration, An. Dom. 1665.
Church of England. Diocese of Lichfield and Coventry. Bishop (1579-1609 : Overton) / [1584] Articles to be inquired of in the ordinarie visitation of the right reuerende father in God, William lorde bishop of Couentrie and Lichfielde diligently to be considered of as well by ministers, as churchwardens and swornemen, and aduesedly to be answered particulerly to euerie point, by either of them seuerally in writing, at the visitation to bee holden by the saide reuerend father, or his officers.
Church of England. Diocese of Lichfield and Coventry. Bishop (1661-1670 : Hacket) / [1662] Articles of inquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens, and side-men of every parish within the Diocesse of Lichfield and Coventry, in the first episcopal visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God, John, by divine providence Lord Bishop of Lichfield and Coventry, in the first year of his consecration, An. Dom. 1662.
Church of England. Diocese of Lichfield and Coventry. Bishop (1661-1670) / [1668] Articles of inquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical, exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens and side-men of every parish within the diocess of Lichfield and Coventry, in the second triennial visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God John by divine providence Lord Bishop of Lichfield and Coventry in the seventh year of his consecration ... 1668.
Church of England. Diocese of Lincoln. / [1673] Articles of enquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens, and side-men of every peculiar or prebendal parish church belonging to the cathedral church of the blessed Virgin St. Mary of Lincoln in the triennial visitation of the right worshipful Michael Honywood doctor in divinity, dean of the said cathedral church.
Church of England. Diocese of Lincoln. / [1697] Articles concerning matters ecclesiastical; to be enquired of within the diocese of Lincoln,: at the primary visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God James lord bishop of that diocese. : Anno Domini 1697.
Church of England. Diocese of Lincoln. Bishop (1552-1554 : Taylor) / [1552] Articles to be enquired of, in the visitacion, of the ryght reuerende father in God, Ioh[a]n Bysshop of Lyncol[n]n, in the sixte yeare of the reygne of our moste drade souereygne lorde kynge Edwarde the sixte [et]c. with certayne generall aduertysementes, then gyuen by the sayd bysshop to the clergie and people of his dioces, for an uniformitie, to be obserued in the same. Anno d[omi]ni, 1552.
Church of England. Diocese of Lincoln. Bishop (1667-1675 : Fuller) / [1671] Articles to be enquired of within the diocese of Lincolne, in the general and triennial visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God, William, by divine permission Lord Bishop of that diocese, anno Dom. 1671 et translationis suæ anno quarto.
Church of England. Diocese of Lincoln. Bishop (1675-1691 : Barlow) / [1679] Articles of visitation & enquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical, exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens, and sidemen, of every parish within the diocess of Lincoln, at the primary visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God, Thomas, Lord Bishop of that diocess
Church of England. Diocese of Llandaff. / [M. DC. LXXI 1671] Articles of enquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical within the diocess of Landaffe in the episcopal visitation of the right reverend father in God, Francis, Lord Bishop of Landaffe. Anno Dom. 1671.
Church of England. Diocese of Llandaff. Bishop (1660-1667 : Lloyd) / [M.DC.LXII 1662] Articles of visitation & enquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens, and side-men of every parish within the Diocese of Landaffe, in the first episcopal visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God, Hugh, by divine providence Lord Bishop of Landaffe.
Church of England. Diocese of London. / [1687] A list of the preachers appointed by the Lords Commissioners for the diocess of London, to preach in the city and suburbs of London the ensuing Lent, on Wednesdays and Frydays, at the churches of St. Andrew Undershaft. St. Stephens Wallbroke. St. Dustans in the west. St. Pauls Covent-Garden.
Church of England. Diocese of London. Bishop (1577-1594 : Aylmer) / [1589] Articles to be enquired of within the dioces of London, in the visitation of the Reuerend Father in God, Ihon Bishop of London, 1589 in the xxxj. yeare of the raigne of Our Most Gratious Soueraigne Lady Elizabeth by the grace of God Queene of England, Fraunce, and Ireland, defender of the faith, &c.
Church of England. Diocese of London. Bishop (1597-1604 : Bancroft) / [1604.] Articles, to be enquired of vvithin the dioces of London, in the third generall visitation of the reuerend Father in God, Richard, Bishop of London. Holden in the yeere of our Lord God 1604. In the second yeere of the raigne of our most gratious Soueraigne Lord Iames, by the grace of God of England, Fraunce, and Ireland, king, defender of the fayth; and of Scotland the thirtie eight, &c..
Church of England. Diocese of London. Bishop (1597-1604 : Bancroft) / [1598] Articles to be enquired of within the dioces of London, in the visitation of the reuerend father in God, Richard Bishop of London, in his first generall visitation, holden in the fortieth yeere of the raigne of our most gratious soueraigne Lady Elizabeth by the grace of God Queene of England, Fraunce and Ireland, Defender of the Faith,&c.
Church of England. Diocese of London. Bishop (1628-1633 : Laud) / [M. DC. XXXI 1631] Articles to be enquired of vvithin the dioces of London, in the second trienniall visitation of the right honorable, and right reuerend father in God, William Lord Bishop of London. holden in the yeere of our lord God, 1631.
Church of England. Diocese of Norwich. / [1692] Articles to be enquired of and answered unto by the churchwardens and sworn men in the primary visitation of the right reverend Father in God John, Lord Bishop of Norwich, 1692:
Church of England. Diocese of Norwich. / [MDCLXXVII 1677] Articles of visitation and enquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical: exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens, and side-men of every parish within the Diocese of Norwich. In the primary visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God Anthony, by divine permission Lord Bishop of Norwich.
Church of England. Diocese of Norwich. Bishop (1536-1547 : Rugg). / [153-?. ] Nouerint vniuersi per presẽtes me Willãm permissionone diuina Norwiceñ Episcopum cuiusdam annualis redditus siue pensionis decime partis omnium possessionum ... Die mensis [octobris] anno regni regis Henrici Octaui XXX [quarto] ...
Church of England. Diocese of Norwich. Bishop (1560-1575 : Parkhurst) / [Aprilis 15. 1569] Iniunctions with certaine articles to be enquired of in the visitation of the Reuerend Father in Christ, Iohn, by Gods prouidence, Byshop of Norvvich, aswell to the clargie, as to the Churchwardens and quest men of euery seuerall parish within the dioces of Norvvich, [and] to be put in execution, by al the Archdeacons commissaries [and] other officers exercisinge ecclesiasticall iurisdiction, vnder the sayd Bishop in their synodes, visitation, and courtes. In the yeare of our Lord God. 1569.
Church of England. Diocese of Norwich. Bishop (1560-1575 : Parkhurst) / [1561] Iniunctions exhibited by Iohn by gods sufferance Bishop of Norwich in his first visitacion beginning the seconde daie of Maye in the thirde yeare of our soueraign Ladie Elizabeth by the grace of God Quene of England, Fraunce and Ireland. Defendour of ye faith. [et]c. vnto all & singuler the diocesans of the diocesse of Norwich so farre as they concerne any of them.
Church of England. Diocese of Norwich. Bishop (1619-1628 : Harsnett) / [1620. ] Articles to be inquired of within the dioces of Norwich, in the ordinary visitation of the reuerend father in God, Samuel, Lord Bishop of Norvvich. Anno Domini 1620. & translationis suæ, primo.
Church of England. Diocese of Norwich. Bishop (1629-1631 : White) / [1629] Articles to be enquired of, in the diocesse of Norwich. In the ordinarie visitation of visitation of the reuerend father in God, Francis, Lord Bishop of Norvvich. Anno Domini 1629.
Church of England. Diocese of Norwich. Bishop (1638-1641 : Montagu) / [1638] Articles of enquiry and direction for the diocese of Norwich, in the first visitation of the reverend father in God, Richard Mountaigu bishop of that diocese, anno Dom. 1638, et translationis suæ primo.
Church of England. Diocese of Oxford. Bishop (1665-1671 : Blandford) / [1666] Articles of visitation & enquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens, and side-men, of every parish within the diocess of Oxon, in the first episcopal visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God, Walter, by divine permission, Lord Bishop of Oxon.
Church of England. Diocese of Peterborough. / [1683] Articles of visitation and enquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens, and side-men of every parish within the diocess of Peterborough. In the episcopal [illegible] visitation of right reverend Father in God William by divine permission Lord Bishop of Peterborough.
Church of England. Diocese of Peterborough. Bishop (1600-1630 : Dove) / [1605] Articles to be inquired of within the diocesse of Peterborough in the visitation of the reuerend father in God, Thomas, by the permission of God, Lord Bishop of Peterborough this present yeare 1605 and presentment to be made thereof by the churchwardens and side-men for that purpose lawfully appointed, in visitations, synods, or elswhere, within the dioces aforesaid, at any other time, when occasion shall be offered, giuing in an answer to euery particular article.
Church of England. Diocese of Peterborough. Bishop (1600-1630 : Dove) / [Printed 1602] Articles to be inquired by [th]e churchwardens and sworne-men of [the] dioces and jurisdiction of Peterborough, [in] the visitation of the reuerend father in God, Thomas by Gods permission L. Bishop of Peterborough, in the yeare of our lord God 1602. and in the xliiij. yeare of the raigne of our soueraigne Ladie Elizabeth by the grace of God of England, France, and Ireland Queene, defender of the faith, &c.
Church of England. Diocese of Rochester. / [1666] Articles of visitation and enquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical, according to the laws and canons of the Church of England: Exhibited to the Church-wardens and sidemen of every parish within the diocess of Rochester. By the right reverend father in God, Iohn Lord Bishop of Rochester, at his visitation in the year of our Lord God, 1666.
Church of England. Diocese of Rochester. Bishop (1637-1666 : Warner) / [1638] Articles to be enquired of within the diocesse of Rochester in the first triennall visitation of the Right-Reverend Father in God, John, Lord Bishop of Rochester holden in the yeere of our Lord God 1638, in the fourteenth yeere of the reigne of Our Most Gratious Soveraigne Lord Charles, by the grace of God, King of Great Brttaine [sic], France and Ireland, defender of the faith, &c.
Church of England. Diocese of Rochester. Bishop (1666-1683 : Dolben) / [1668] Articles to be enquired of in the primary visitation of the right reverend father in God John Lord Bishop of Rochester and exhibited to the church-wardens and side-men of every parish within the diocese of Rochester, in September, 1668.
Church of England. Diocese of Saint Asaph. / [1642] Articles to be inquired of in the diocesse of S. Asaph. In the fift visitation of the reverend father in God, Iohn, Lord Bishop of S. Asaph. 1642:
Church of England. Diocese of Saint David's. / [1691] Articles to be enquired of, and answered unto, by the church-wardens and side-men of every parish in the triennial visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God, Thomas, Lord Bishop of St. David.: In the fifth year of his consecration.
Church of England. Diocese of Saint David's. Bishop (1582-1592 : Middleton) / [1583?] Iniunctions to bee obserued and kept, within the dioces of Saincte Dauides exhibited in the visitation of the right reuerend father in God, Marmaduke Bishop of Saincte Dauides aforesaied, in the 25 yere of the reigne of our most gracious souereigne Ladie Elizabeth by the grace of God Quene of Englande &c.
Church of England. Diocese of Salisbury. Bishop (1667-1689 : Ward) / [1674] Articles of visitation and enquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens, and side-men of every parish within the Diocess of Sarum. In the episcopal visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God Seth by divine permission Lord Bishop of Sarum.
Church of England. Diocese of Salisbury. Bishop (1689-1715 : Burnet) / [MDCLXXXIX 1689] Articles of visitation and enquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens, and side-men of every parish within the diocess of Sarum. In the primary episcopal visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God Gilbert by divine permission, Lord Bishop of Sarum.
Church of England. Diocese of St. Asaph. / [M.DC.LXXI 1671] Articles of visitation & enquiry within the diocess of St. Asaph,: in the first episcopal visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God, Isaac, by divine permission, Lord Bishop of Saint Asaph : in the second year of his translation. : And exhibited to the church-wardens and side-men of every parish within the diocess of St. Asaph.
Church Of England. Diocese of Winchester. / [1668] Articles of visitation and enquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical: exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens, and side-men of every parish within the Diocese of Winchester, in the visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God George by divine providence Lord Bishop of Winchester.
Church Of England. Diocese of Winchester. Bishop (1662-1684 : Morley) / [1662] Articles of visitation & enquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens, and side-men of every parish within the diocese of Winchester, in the primary episcopal visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God, George, by divine providence Lord Bishop of Winchester.
Church of England. Diocese of Worcester. / [Anno Domini 1674] Articles of visitation and enquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical,: exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens, and side-men of every parish within the Diocess of VVorchester, in the episcopal visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God VValter by divine permission Lord Bishop of Worcester.
Church of England. Diocese of Worcester. Bishop (1617-1641 : Thornborough) / [1626.] Articles to be enquired of by the churchwardens and swornmen within the diocesse of Worcester. In the visitation of the Right Reuerend Father in God, Iohn, lord bishop of Worcester, holden in the yeare of our Lord God, 1626..
Church of England. Diocese of Worcester. Bishop (1617-1641: Thornborough). / [1632.] Articles to be enquired of in the visitation of the Right Reuerend Father, Iohn, by the prouidence of God, Bishop of Worcester. In the yeere of our Lord God, 1632..
Church of England. Diocese of Worcester. Bishop (1675-1683 : Fleetwood) / [1679] Articles of visitation and enquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical, to the ministers, church-wardens and side-men of every parish within the diocess [sic] of Worcester, in the episcopal visitation of the right reverend Father in God, James, by divine permission, Lord Bishop of Worcester. Holden in the year 1679,.
Church of England. Diocese of Worcester. Bishop (1675-1683 : Fleetwood) / [1680] Articles of enquiry given by [his Right Reverend Father in God James Lord Bishop of Wort.] and delivered to the church- wardens, and side-men, to be considered and answered in his visitation, holden in the year of our Lord God.
Church of England. General Synod. Commission. / [1648] A short information from the Commission of the General assembly concerning the declaration of the honourable court of Parliament, lately emitted to the Kingdom.
Church of England. Province of Canterbury. / [between 1700 and 1701?] Forma sive descriptio convocationis celebrandæ: prout ab antiquo observari consuevit.
Church of England. Province of Canterbury. / [1624?] Articles to bee enquired of by the minister, church-wardens, and sidemen of euery parish and chapelry within the deanry of [blank] in the yeare of our Lord God [blank] and presentment to be made by them conteining a particular answer to euery article
Church of England. Province of Canterbury. / [c. 1600] An admonition to all such as shall intend heereafter [sic] to enter the state of matrimonie godly, and agreeably to lawes. First, that they contract not with such persons as be hereafter expressed ...:
Church of England. Province of Canterbury. Archbishop (1553-1556 : Cranmer) / [1548] Articles to be inqvired of. 1548.
Church of England. Province of Canterbury. Archbishop (1559-1575 : Parker) / [Anno Domini M. D.LXVII 1567] Articles to be enquired of within the dioces of Norwiche, in the metropoliticall visitation of the moste reuerend father in God, Matthew, by the prouidence of God, archebyshop of Canterbury, primate of all Englande, and metropolitane, in the yeare of our lord God, M.D.LXVII.
Church of England. Province of Canterbury. Archbishop (1559-1575 : Parker) / [1639] An admonition to all such as shall intend hereafter to enter the state of matrimony, godlily and agreeably to lawes set forth by the most reverend father in God, Matthew Arch-bishop of Canterbury ...
Church of England. Province of Canterbury. Archbishop (1604-1610 : Bancroft) / [1607] Articles to be inquired of, in the first metropoliticall visitation, of the most reuerend father, Richard by Gods prouidence, Arch-bushop [sic] of Canterbury, and primat of all England in, and for the dioces of Peterborough, in the yeare of our Lord God 1607, and in the third yeare of His Graces translation.
Church of England. Province of Canterbury. Archbishop (1611- 1633 : Abbot) / [1615?] Articles to be inquired of, in the first metropoliticall visitation, of the most reuerend father, George, by Gods prouidence, Arch- bishop of Canterbury, and primate of all England in and for the dioces of [blank], in the yeare of our Lord God [blank], and in the fifth yeare of His Graces translation.
Church of England. Province of Canterbury. Archbishop (1611- 1633 : Abbot) / [1613] Articles to be inquired of, in the [f]irst metropoliticall visitation, of the most reuerend father, George, by Gods pro[v]idence, Arch- bishop of Canterbury, and primate of all England in, and for the dioces of Peterbury, in the yeare of our Lord God, 1613 and in the third yeare of His Graces translation.
Church of England. Province of Canterbury. Archbishop (1633-1645 : Laud) / [1633] Articles to be enquired of in the metropoliticall visitation of the most reverend father, VVilliam, by Gods providence, Lord Arch-bishop of Canterbury, primate of all England, and metropolitan in and for the dioces of [blank], in the yeere of our Lord God 163[blank], and in the first yeere of His Graces translation.
Church of England. Province of Canterbury. Archbishop (1678-1690 : Sancroft) / [1683] Whereas a commission under the Great Seal of England, bearing date at Westminster the three and twentieth day of August now last past, hath been directed unto me, and divers others in the said commission nominated, authorizing the said commissioners, or any four or more of them, by such ways and means as therein is directed, to enquire within the city and diocess of Canterbery in the county of Kent, as well within liberties as without, for the due execution of the statute made made in the three and fortieth year of the raign of our late soveraign Lady Queen Elizabeth ... Given under my hand this fourth day of September, in the year of our Lord 1683.
Church of England. Province of Canterbury. Convocation. / [1700] The humble address of the archbishop, the bishops and the rest of the clergy of the province of Canterbury in convocation assembled / presented to His Majesty at Kensington, on Munday the tenth day of March, 1700 ; together with His Majesties most gracious answer.
Church of England. Province of Canterbury. Convocation. / [1640] A grant of the benevolence or contribution to His most excellent Majestie, by the clergie of the Province of Canterburie. In the Convocation or sacred synode holden at London. Anno Domini 1640.
Church of England. Province of York. Archbishop (1606-1628 : Matthew) / [1623] Articles to bee inquired of, in the diocesan visitation of the most reuerend father in God, Toby by the prouidence of God L. Archbishop of Yorke, primate of England, and metropolitane begun and continued in the yeeres of our Lord God 1622, and 1623, and in the 17 yeere of His Graces translation.
Church of England. Province of York. Archbishop (1631-1640 : Neile) / [1633.] Articles to be inquired of, in the metropoliticall visitation of the most Reuerend Father in God, Richard, by the prouidence of God, Lord Arch-bishop of Yorke, primate of England, and metropolitane. In the yeere of our Lord God, 1633..
Church of England. Province of York. Archbishop (1631-1640 : Neile) / [1636] Ar[c?]ticles to be inquired of, in the visitation of the most reverend father in God, Richard, by the providence of God, Lord Arch-bishop of Yorke, primate of England, and metropolitane had in the yeere of our Lord God 1636.
Church of Ireland. / [1622] Ordo habit' & fact' dominica prima in adventu ann' dom. 1622 de & cum consensu decanor' & capit' respective ecclesiar' cathed' sanctæ & individuæ trinitatis Dublin & Sancti Patricij Dublin pro concionibus habendis tam matutinis, quam vespertinis, singulis diebus dominicis annuat', & de anno in annäu
Church of Ireland. / [1679] A form of prayer. To be used on Wednesday the 28th of May; being the fast-day appointed by proclamation of the Lord Lieutenant and Council. To seek reconciliation with Almighty God, and to implore him, that he would infatuate, and defeat the counsels of the papists our enemies; continue his mercies and the light of his Gospel to us, and our posterity; and bestow his abundant blessings upon His Sacred Majesty, and this present Parliament.
Church of Ireland. / [An. Dom. 1635] Constitutions, and canons ecclesiasticall treated vpon by the archbishops, and bishops, and the rest of the cleargie of Ireland. And agreed upon with the Kings Majesties licence in their synod begun at Dublin, Anno. Dom. 1634. And in the yeare of the raigne of our soveraigne, Lord Charles by the grace of God, king of Great Britaine, France, and Ireland, the tenth. And now published for the due observation of them, by his Majesties authoritie under the great seale of Ireland.
Church of Ireland. / [1669] Constitutions and canons ecclesiastical treated upon by the archbishops and bishops and the rest of the clergy of Ierland [sic] and agreed upon with the Kings Majesties license in their synod begun at Dublin Anno Dom. 1634 and in the year of the reign of our sovereign Lord Charles ... King of Great Brittain, ... the tenth.
Church of Ireland. / [1628] Articles of religion agreed vpon by the archbishops, and bishops, and the rest of the clergie of Ireland, in the conuocation holden at Dublin in the yeare of our Lord God 1615. for the auoyding of diuersities of opinions: and the establishing of concent touching true religion.
Church of Ireland. Diocese of Cloyne. Bishop (1638-1653 : Synge) / [1639] Articles to be inquired of by the church-vvardens and questmen of every parish in the ordinary visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God George by divine providence Lord Bishop of Cloyne.
Church of Ireland. Diocese of Cork and Ross. Bishop (1679-1699 : Wettenhall) / [1691] Pastoral admonitions directed by the Bishop of Cork to all under his charge ; whereunto is added A sermon reflecting on the late sufferings and deliverance of the Protestants in the said county and city, preached at White-Hall on the fourth Sunday in Lent, March 22, 1690.
Church of Ireland. Diocese of Dublin. Archbishop (1619-1650 : Bulkeley) / [1640] Articles to be inquired of by the church-vvardens and questmen of every parish in the Lord Primates visitation metropoliticall
Church of Ireland. Province of Armagh. Archbishop (1613- 1625 : Hampton) / [Anno 1623] Anno Domini M.DC.XXXIII [i.e. M.DC.XXIII] articles given in charge to be inquired upon and presented too, by the churchwardens, side-men, quest-men, and inquisitors in every parish within the province of Ardmagh [sic], in the course of the metropoliticall visitation of the same, in this present yeare begun, by the most reverend father in God, Christopher, by the mercie of God, Lo. Archbishop of Ardmagh, primate and metropolitane of all Ireland : the said presentments to be made upon their and every their corporall oathes, whereunto the parson, vicar, curate, and parish-clarke in every of the said parishes are to be assisting, so farre as they and every of them can, respectively in their knowledge or understanding.
Church of Ireland. Province of Armagh. Archbishop (1625- 1656 : Ussher) / [Anno 1626] Anno Domini M.DC.XXVI articles given in charge to be inquired upon and presented too, by the churchwardens, side- men, quest-men, and inquisitors in every parish within the province of Ardmagh [sic], in the course of the metropoliticall visitation of the same, in this present yeare begun, by the most reverend father in God, Iames, by the mercie of God, Lord Archbishop of Ardmagh, primate and metropolitane of all Ireland : the said presentments to be made upon their and every their corporall oathes, whereunto the parson, vicar, curate, and parish-clarke in every of the said parishes are to be assisting, so farre as they and every of them can, respectively in their knowledge or understanding.
Church of Ireland. Province of Cashel. Archbishop (1691-1694 : Marsh) / [1694] The charge given by Narcissus Lord Arch-Bishop of Casshell to his clergy at his primary visitation helf in the parish church of St. John's in Cashell, July 27, 1692, together with his articles of visitation whereunto are annext three acts of Parliament, which are to be read in every parish church yearly.
Church of Scotland. / [1643] The profession of the true Protestant religion: or, The protestation of the Kirk of Scotland, with a confession of faith, and solemne covenant, or oath, of that kingdome; as it hath been divers times protested and enacted by King Iames, and confirmed by an act in the second Parliament of our dread soveraign King Charles, the 11. of Iune, 1640. Wherein is specified the particular heads of popish doctrine, and superstition, of the church of Rome, contrary to the sacred scriptures, and discipline of the reformed churches: with an act of confirmation of the said covenant. Also an act against liesing makers, (or evill counsellors) of whatsoever quality, office, place or dignity. Printed at Edingborough by E. T. 1641.
Church of Scotland. / [1689] The National Covenant and Solemn League & Covenant with the acknowledgement of sins, and engagement to duties as they were renewed at Lesmahego, March 3. 1689 with accommodation to the present times : together with an introduction touching national covenants, by way of analysis on the 29th chapter of Deuteronomy, the substance whereof, was delivered in a discourse to the people, on the preparation day, before they were renewed.
Church of Scotland. / [1660] The national convenant of the Kirk of Scotland and the Solemn League and Covenant of the three kingdoms
Church of Scotland. / [1646] The Kirk of Scotlands conclusion in defence of the Presbyteriall government, and discipline: with their intentions towards the King, the Queene, and the royall progeny: as also against heresies and schismes.
Church of Scotland. / [ca. 1650] A grave and serious advice of the ministers of the Kirk of Scotland: to masters of families that they may govern according to the word of God.
Church of Scotland. / [1641] The doctrine and discipline of the Kirke of Scotland as it was formerly set forth by publicke authority and at this present commanded there to be practised in the said kirke, anno 1641 : together vvith some acts of generall assemblies clearing and confirming the same : as also an act of Parliament by the King and three estates of Scotland for rectifying of the said discipline : the first and second booke.
Church of Scotland. / [1561] The confessioun of faith professit, and beleuit, be the Protestantes vvithin the realme of Scotland Published be thaim in Parliament. And be the estatis thairof. Ratifeit and appreuit, as hailsum, & sound doctryne groundit vpon the infallible treuth of Goddis vvorde
Church of Scotland. / [1681] The confession of the faith and doctrine beleeved and professed be the Protestantes of Scotland exhibited to the estatis of the same in Parliament, and be their publick votis authorized, as a doctrine grounded upon the infallible VVord of God.
Church of Scotland. / [Printed in the yeere, 1647] The confession of the Church of Scotland concerning the originall of political authority compendiously paraphrazed. Also a letter from an intelligent person, communicating the present affaires of Scotland, March, 14. 1647.
Church of Scotland. / [1638] The confession of faith of the Kirk of Scotland subscribed by the Kings Maiestie and his housholde, in the yeare of God 1580. With a designation of such acts of Parlament, as are expedient, for justefying the vnion, after mentioned. And subscribed by the nobles, barrons, gentlemen, burgesses, ministers and commons, in the yeare of God 1638.
Church of Scotland. / [1641] The confession of faith of the Kirk of Scotland vvith the bond, or covenant, subscribed unto by the whole kingdome.
Church of Scotland. / [le premier de Juin. 1603.. ] Confession generale de la vraye foy & religion Chrestienne selon la parole de Dieu & les actes de nostre Parlement, signée par le roy & ceux de son conseil & maison, & plusieurs autres, a la gloire de Dieu & edification de tous..
Church of Scotland. / [1643] Acts for the utter abolishing of bishops out of the churches of England and Scotland. With a motion to the House for the order for church-government by a better way.
Church of Scotland. / [1641] An act published by the General Assembly of Scotland being a forme of examination at the speciall desire of the Kirke, by them thought to be so needfull, that every pastor exhort his flocke to buy the said booke and reade the same in their families, whereby they may be better instructed, and that the same may be read and learned in lector schooles.
Church of Scotland. / [1644] The A, B, C. Or, A catechisme for yong [sic] children. Appoynted by act of the Church and Councell of Scotland, to be learned in all families and lector schooles in the said kingdome.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. / [1645] Two letters of great concernment, with their answers.: The one, from the Scotish Commissioners at London, to the Generall Assembly of the Kirk of Scotland. Together with the answer of the aforesaid Generall Assembly to the said Commissioners. The other, from the synod of Divines in England, to the Generall Assembly of Scotland. Together with the answer also of the aforesaid Generall Assembly in Scotland, to the said synod.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. / [1682] A true copy of the whole printed acts of the General Assemblies of the Church of Scotland beginning at the assembly holden at Glasgow the 27 day of November 1638, and ending at the assembly holden at Edinburgh the 6 day of August 1649 / diligently compared and exactly reprinted, conformed to the foresaid printed acts by a welwisher of the Church of Scotland ...
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. / [1648] A true copy of the humble desires of the Commissioners of the General Assembly March 22.: Presented by them to the Parliament of Scotland with their ansvver March 27. 1648. Together with a humble representation of the sense of the Commissioners of the General Assembly to the honorable Estates of Parliament upon their Lorships [sic] answer, March 29. As also the last answer of the Assembly to the Parliaments paper, March 31. 1648.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. / [1647] To the right honourable the Committee of Estates, the humble remonstrance of the Commissioners of the Generall Assembly met at Edinburgh the 13 of October, 1647
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. / [1643] To the Kings most excellent Majestie.: The humble remonstrance and renewed petition of the Commissioners of the Generall Assembly of the Kirk of Scotland, from their meeting at Edinburgh, the second day of June. 1643.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. / [ca. 1692] To the King's Most Excellent Majesty, the humble address of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland:
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. / [1647] To our reverend and vvell-beloved brethren the Assembly of Divines at VVestminster,: the ministers of London, and all other well-affected brethren of the ministery in England. Presented to the ministers of London this 13th. of December 1647. Decemb. 13. 1647. Imprimatur Ja. Cranford.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. / [1652] Three acts of the Generall Assembly for promoving [sic] the knowledge of the grounds of salvation and observing the rules of discipline
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. / [1650] Stirling, 24 October, 1650. Ante-meridiem. A short warning, from the Commission of the Generall Assemblie; concerning the malignants now in arms:
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. / [1645] A solemne and seasonable warning: to the noblemen, barons, gentlemen, burrows, ministers, and commons of Scotland: as also to the Scotish armies without and within that kingdom. From the Generall Assembly, 12 Feb. 1645. And the humble remonstrance of the aforesaid Assembly to the King, 13. Feb. 1645.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. / [1646] A solemne and seasonable warning to all estates and degrees of persons throughout the land: for holding fast the League and Covenant with England, and avoiding every thing that may prove a snare and tentation to the breach thereof: / by the Commissioners of the Generall Assemblie.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. / [1648] A short declaration to the whole Kirk and Kingdom concerning the present dangers and duties
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. / [1650] A seasonable and necessary warning concerning present dangers and duties from the commissioners of the Generall Assembly, unto all the members of this kirk.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. / [1649] A seasonable and necessary warning and declaration concerning present and imminent dangers, and concerning duties relating thereto from the Generall Assembly of this Kirk : vnto all the members thereof.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. / [1649] A remonstrance and declaration of the Generall Assembly of the Church of Scotland,: concerning present and imminent dangers, and concerning duties relating thereto.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. / [1649] The proceedings of the Commissioners of the Church and kingdome of Scotland, with his Majestie at the Hague.: And the papers interchanged betwixt his Majestie and them, as they were reported in Parliament and the Generall Assembly. Appointed by authority to be published.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. / [1642] The principall acts of foure Generall Assemblies, of the Kirk of Scotland holden [brace] at Edinburgh 1639, at Aberdene 1640, at S. Andrews and Edinburgh 1641, at S. Andrews 1642.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. / [M.DC.XCVIII. 1698] The principal acts of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland conveened at Edinburgh, January 11. 1698 / collected and extracted from the records, by the clerk thereof.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. / [MDCXLI. 1641] The Nationall Assembly of Scotland, with the oath taken by the Parliament men, &c. Printed at Edinburgh, by James Bryson, 1641.: Whereunto is annexed his most gracious Majesties speech, to the Parliament of Scotland, the 17. of August. 1641.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. / [1641] The Nationall assembly of Scotland with the oath taken by the Parliament men, etc. ... whereunto is annexed his most gracious Majesties speech to the Parliament of Scotland the 17 of August 1641.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. / [anno Dom. 1639] An information to all good Christians vvithin the kingdome of England, from the noblemen, barrons, borrows, ministers, and commons of the kingdome of Scotland, for vindicating their intentions and actions from the unjust callumnies of their enemies.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. / [1641] In the Nationall Assemblie at Edinburgh the fourth day of August, 1641.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. / [1646] Good counsell come from Scotland: or, A solemn and seasonable vvarning to all estates and degrees of persons throughout the land: for holding fast the League & Covenant with England, and avoyding every thing that may prove a snare and tentation to the breach thereof: by the Commissioners of the Generall Assembly. Edinb. 19. Decemb. 1646. The Commission of the General Assembly ordains this warning to be forthwith printed, and that thereafter it be sent to Presbyteries; requiring them, immediately after the receipt thereof, to cause every minister of their number read the same distinctly, and explain it to their people upon a Sabbath day in their severall kirks, and that they report accompt of their diligence with the first conveniencie: appointing in the mean time, that to morrow the same be read in all the kirks of this city. A. Ker.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. / [1650] Directions of the Generall Assembly concerning secret and private worship: and mutuall edification, for cherishing piety, for maintaining unity, and avoiding schism and division. With an act for observing these directions, and for censuring such as use to neglect family worship. And an act against such as withdraw themselves from the publike worship in their owne congregations.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. / [1647] Directions of the Generall Assembly concerning secret and private worship,: and mutual edification, for cherishing piety, for maintaining unity, and avoyding schism and division. With an act for observing these directions, and for censuring such as use to neglect family worship. And an act against such as withdraw themselves from the publick worship in their own congregations.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. / [1648] Directions of the Generall Assembly concerning secret and private worship, and mutuall edification, for cherishing piety, for maintaining unity, and avoiding schisme and division. With an act for observing these directions, and censuring such use to neglect family worship. And an act against such as withdraw themselves from the publike worship in their own congregations.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. / [1642] A declaration sent to the Lord Clifford, Earle of Cumberland. From the generall assembly of the kingdome of Scotland Holden at Edinburgh November the ninth, 1642. VVherin is declared their resolution to raise forces to secure the peace of that kingdome, and to assist the Parliament against the cavaliers, and all other evill-affected persons. Also a list of the names of the earles, viscounts, and barons, which have subscribed, to rayse 12. thousand horse and foot, for the removing evill councellors from about His Majesty.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. / [1648] A declaration of the commissioners of the Generall Assembly to the whole Kirk and kingdome of Scotland,: concerning present dangers and duties, relating to the Covenant, and religion.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. / [1648] The declaration of the Commission of the General Assembly, to this whole Kirk and kingdom of Scotland of the fifth of May:: concerning the present publike proceedings towards an engagement in warre, so farre as religion is therein concerned. Together with their desires and petitions to the Honourable Court of Parliament, the Parliaments answers. Their humble returnes and representations, and other papers that may give full and cleare information in the matter.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. / [May the 22. 1649] A declaration and warning to all the members of this Kirk, from the Commission of the General Assembly.: Together with a postscript, appointing a solemn day of Thanksgiving the twenty fifth of May 1649, for the utter routing of the strength of the rebels army in the north of Scotland.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. / [1642 i.e. 1643] A declaration against a crosse petition:: wherein some secret lets of the intended reformation are discovered. The danger of division prevented. And the unity of this iland in religion urged. By the Commissioners of the Generall Assembly.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. / [1649?] Certaine queries concerning the danger of taking the late forced engagement: sent from the generall assembly of divines of the Kirk of Scotland, to their Presbyterian brethren the Mnisters [sic] of London..
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. / [Janua. 4. 1647] By the Commissioners of the General Assembly of Scotland:: a solemne and seasonable vvarning to all estates and degrees of persons throughout the land: for holding fast the League and Covenant with England, and avoiding every thing that may prove a snare and tentation to the breach thereof. Published according to order.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. / [1649] A brotherly exhortation from the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, to their brethren in England:
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. / [Sept. 16, 1643] The answer of the generall assembly in Scotland to the letter of some of their reverend brethren of the ministry in England sent by Mr Marshall and Mr Nye to the said Assembly
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. / [1639] An ansvver to the profession and declaration. Made by Iames Marques of Hammilton, his Maiesties High Commissioner, imprinted at Edinburgh anno 1638, in December
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Commission. / [1647] To the right honourable the Committee of Estates the humble remonstrance of the commissioners of the Generall Assembly, met at Edinburgh the 13 of October, 1647
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Commission. / [1642] To the King's most excellent Maiesty. The humble petition of the commissionerrs of the General Assembly of the Kirk of Scotland, met at Edenborough Ianuary, 4. 1642. And now lately presented to His Majesty, at Oxford. With His Maiesties gratious answer thereunto March 16. 1642.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Commission. / [1651] A solemn warning to all members of this kirk from the Commission of the Generall Assemblie with an act for censuring such as act or comply with the sectarian armie now infesting this kingdom.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Commission. / [1649] A solemn testimony against toleration and the present proceedings of sectaries and their abettors in England in reference to religion and government, with an admonition and exhortation to their brethren there from the Commissioners of the General Assembly of the Kirk of Scotland. Together with the return of the honourable Estates of Parliament upon the said testimony communicated to them, and their concurrence with the same.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Commission. / [1649] A solemn testimony against toleration and the present proceedings of sectaries and their abettors in England in reference to religion and government with an admonition and exhortation to their brethren there from the Commissioners of the General Assembly of the Kirk of Scotland : with the return of the Honourable Estates of Parliament upon the said testimony communicated to them, and their concurrence with the same : together with the paper of the 5. of July given in by the Commissioners for the kingdom of Scotland to the speaker of the House of Commons mentioned in the said return.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Commission. / [Novem. 22. 1648] A solemn acknowledgment of publick sins, and breaches of the Covenant, and a solemn engagement to all the duties contained therein, namely those, which do in a more speciall way relate unto the dangers of these times. With two acts of the Commission of the General Assembly of the sixth of October, for renewing the Solemn League and Covenant. And debarring of persons accessory to the late unlawfull engagement, from renewing the Covenant, receiving the communion, and from exercise of ecclesiastick office, with their advice to Presbyteries for celebrating the communion. Together also with, an Act of the Committee of Estates of the fourteenth of October for renewing the League and Covenant
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Commission. / [1651] A short exhortation and warning, to the ministers and professours of this Kirk from the Commission of the Generall Assemblie.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Commission. / [1648] A short information from the Commission of the Generall Assembly concerning the declaration of the honourable court of Parliament lately emitted to the Kingdome.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Commission. / [M.DC.XLIII. 1643] A remonstrance of the remedies of the present dangers, from the commissioners of the Kirk in Scotland, to the Convention of Estates, Iuly 6. 1643. Together, with the answer of the Convention of Estates, to the remonstrance and desires of the commissioners of the Generall Assemblie. July 15, 1643. Imprimatur John White.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Commission. / [1643] The remonstrance of the Commissioners of the General Assembly to the Convention of Estates at Edinburgh, June, 1643
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Commission. / [1650] Reasons of a fast, appoynted by the Commission of the General assemblie to bee kept through all the kirks of this kingdom, on the Lords day; December 22, 1650.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Commission. / [1648] A petition delivered to the Parliament of Scotland by the commissioners of the generall assembly of the Kirk, Aprill 18. 1648. For a right understanding between the kingdoms, for settling religion and peace. And for confirming the covenant and the Presbyterian government. With their supplication concerning the Kings Majesty. And their demands from the parliament of England.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Commission. / [1643] A necessary warning to the ministerie of the Kirk of Scotland from the meeting of the Commissioners of the Generall Assembly at Edinburgh, 4 Jan., 1643.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Commission. / [1649] A necessary and seasonable testimony against toleration and the present proceedings of sectaries and their abettors in England in reference to religion and government, with an admonition and exhortation unto their brethren there, from the Commissioners of the Kirk of Scotland. As also the return of the Estates of the Parliament of Scotland thereupon, concurring with the said testimony, and manifesting, that all the members of Parliament have upon their solemn oath disclaimed the knowledge of, or accession to the proceedings of the English army, against his Majesty or the members of Parliament in England, Jan. 18. 1648[/]9. Together also with a letter from the said Commissioners to the ministers in the Province of London, of the same date. Allowed of and entred according to order.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Commission. / [1699] A letter from the Commission of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, met at Glasgow, July 21, 1699 to the Honourable Council, and inhabitants of the Scots colony of Caledonia, in America.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Commission. / [1699] Letter from the Commission of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland to the honourable council and inhabitants of the Scots colony of Caledonia in America dated at Glasgow, July 21, 1699.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Commission. / [1648] An information of the present condition of affairs, and declaration concerning present duties from the commission of the General Assembly, unto the kirk and kingdom of Scotland
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Commission. / [1648] The humble vindication of the Commissioners of the General Assembly and their late proceedings in answer to the letter of the high and honourable court of Parliament, dated May 11 to the several Presbyteries in the Kingdom
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Commission. / [1648] The humble representation of the Commissioners of the Generall Assembly to the honorable estates of Parliament; upon their declaration lately communicated to us. Subscribitur, A. Ker.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Commission. / [1651] The humble remonstrances of the Commission of the Generall Assemblie, to the Kings Majestie, and Honorable Comittee of Estates, of the third, and twenty fyfth of January, 1651 with the answer from the Kings Majesty & Honorable Comittee of Estates, thereunto, of the sixth of Februarie, 1651.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Commission. / [1647] The humble remonstrance of the Commissioners of the Generall Assembly to the Honourable and high Court of Parliament now assembled. Together with the ansvver of the Estates of Parliament to the said remonstrance.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Commission. / [1647] An humble remonstrance of the commissioners of the General Assembly met at Edinburgh the 13th of October 1647 and since concluded concerning the Kings Majesties answer to the propositions of both kingdomes for peace : also, about the army in England and touching some things in relation to the Parliament : with their desires presented to the Right Honourable the Committee of Estates for the kingdome of Scotland.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Commission. / [1643] The humble petition of the Commissioners of the General Assembly to the Kings Majesty their declaration sent to the Parliament of England : their letter to some brethren of the ministry there, and their commission to their brother Master Alexander Henderson, January 1643.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Commission. / [1654] The great sin and chief guiltines of Scotland in the contempt of the Gospel as it was branched out in particulars by the Commission of the Generall Assembly in the year 1650 ; now re-printed at the desire of the Synod of Lothian, for the fast appointed by them in the year 1654.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Commission. / [1648] A declaration of the commissioners of the Generall Assembly to the whole kirk and kingdome of Scotland concerning present dangers and duties relating to the Covenant and religion.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Commission. / [1648] A declaration from the Generall Assemblie of the kingdome of Scotland in answer to a declaration sent by the Parliament of England, concerning the King and kingdome. Whereing [sic] they declare, in the name of the kingdome of Scotland, their sense and resolution touching the Kings Majesty, and the kingdome of England, in relation to His Majesties honour, and the kingdoms happinesse. With a briefe abstract of His Majesties letter to the Generall Assembly at Edenburgh, containing the full resolution of the Kings Majesty. Agreed upon by the Generall Assembly, conveened at Edenburgh, / and extracted forth of the originall, by me Sir Archibald Johnston of Warnston Knight. Witnessing my signe and subscription mannuall. A. Johnston, cler.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Commission. / [1648] A declaration of the commissioners of the General Assembly to the whole kirk and kingdome of Scotland concerning present dangers and duties relating to the covenant and religion.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Commission. / [MDCXLVIII. 1648] A declaration from the Commissioners of the Generall Assemblie of the Kingdome of Scotland, concerning the Kings Majesties royall person, and his due rights and priviledges. With their sense and resolution touching the lawfulnesse of Soveraignty, and the proceedings of a disloyall and perfidious party, who formerly pretended to fight for the King. This declaration from the Commissioners of the Generall Assembly of the Kirk of Scotland, was ordained to be forthwith printed and published, and to be read in all churches and chappels throughout the said Kingdome. Signed, A. Ker.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Commission. / [1646] A declaration from the Commission of the General Assembly wherein the stumblng blocks laid before the people of God by their enemies are removed, complyance with these enemies is reprehended, and courage and constancie in the cause of God against them seriously recommended and enjoyned.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Commission. / [1649] A declaration and warning to all the members of this Kirk from the Commission of the General Assembly
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Commission. / [1643] A declaration against the crosse petition wherein some secret letts of the intended reformation are discovered, the danger of division prevented, and the unitie of this iland in religion urged / by the Commissioners of the Generall Assembly.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Commission. / [1646] A declaration against a late dangerous and seditious band, under the name of An humble remonstrance, &c. wherein the plots and projects of the contrivers tending to the violating and subversion of our covenants; raising and fomenting of jealousies, within this, and between both kingdoms; prolonging of the unnaturall wars; and, impeding the intended uniformity in religion, are discovered, / by the Commission of the General Assembly.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Commission. / [1645?] The copie of the letter sent from the commissioners of the G.A. to all the presbyteries shewing what course is to be taken by them, and every kirk session and family, for turning away the Lords wrath from the land.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Commission. / [1648] The copie of a letter sent from the Commissioners of the Church of Scotland, to the severall Presbyteries and provinciall assemblies in Scotland: giving them warning of the dangerous designes of evill affected men, against the church and cause of God.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Commission. / [1644] Causes of a solemne fast and humiliation to be keeped, by ordinance of the Commissioners of the Generall Assembly, in all the kirks of this kingdom, and in our armies at home and abroad, upon the last Lords day of October, and the Wednesday following.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Commission. / [Anno 1650] The causes of a publick fast, and humiliation, to be kept with all convenient diligence: by all the members of this Kirk and Kingdom of Scosland [sic]. / Set down by the Commissioners of the Generall Assemblie.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Commission. / [1648] The answer of the Commissioner of the General Assembly unto the observations of the honourable Committee of Estates upon the declaration of the late General Assembly, August 15, 1648
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Commission. / [1651] The answer of the Commission of Generall Assemblie to the quæree propounded to them from the Parliament with an answer of the Commission of the Generall Assemblie to a letter, sent to them from the ministers of the Presbyterie of Sterline.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Commission. / [1649] Act concerning the receiving of engagers in the late unlawfull warre against England to publick satisfaction.
Church of Scotland. Presbytery of Edinburgh. / [1659] A testimony and warning of the Presbyterie of Edinburgh against a late petition tending (in the scope and design thereof) to the overturning of the ordinances and truth of Christ in this Church, Octob. 5. Anno. Dom. 1659.
Church of Scotland. Presbytery of Kilmarnock. / [anno Dom. 1651] A discovery after some search of the sinnes of the ministers, because of which (as we conceive) the Lord is angry, and hath almost made his ministers and ordinances vile and contemptible. / By the brethren of the presbytery at Kilmarnock.
Church of Scotland. Presbytery of Stirling. / [1651] The remonstrance of the Presbyterie of Sterling, against the present conjunction with the malignant party to the commission of the Kirk at St. Johnston.
Church of Scotland. Synod of Fife. / [1660] The humble addresse of the provinciall synod, of Fife in Scotland.: To His most sacred Majesty, after the receipt of his most gracious letter, to the several presbyteries of the Church of Scotland. Directed to the Right Honourable the Earle of Lauderdale, gentleman of His Majesties bed-chamber, and Lord Secretarie of Scotland, to me by him presented to His most Excellent Majesty.
Church, Hen. (Henry), fl. 1636-1638. / [M.DC.XXXVII. 1637] Miscellanea philo-theologica, or, God, & man A treatise compendiously describing the nature of God in his attributes, with a lively pourtraiture of his wisedome in ordering, and disposing of the celestiall, and terrestriall bodies. Containing much variety of matter ... and apt applications singular for brevity, and perspicuity. By Henry Church.
Church, Hen. (Henry), fl. 1636-1638. / [1655] Church-incense: or Divine ejaculations: composed by that eminent and faithful servant of God, Mr. Hen. Church, published since his death by his son, Mr. N.C. Mr. of Arts of Emanuel Colledge in Cambridge.
Church, John, fl. 1682. / [in the year 1682] A compendious enchiridion touching most distempers incident to the body of man, with the best and easiest cures thereof Wherein the author desires the reader seriously to consider the particulars before censure be passed. [I]n all my travels with Salvator Winter, and many years after with that famous phisitian and chirurgeon John Ponteus; I never exacted on, or denied the poor my skill and medicines gratis, but still my house to them was as free as an hospital; the like never hath been performed but by your friend and neighbor John Church. [Ge]ntlemen take notice, that besides the old tract I gave you; I have now added for the good and benefit of my countrymen, a true way of making some cheap and necessary medicines; as balsomes, plaisters. Oyntments, diascordium and mithridate. [Wi]th the number of all the bones, veins,, [sic] muscles and arteries in the body of man.
Church, Josiah. / [MDCXLVIII. 1648] The divine warrant of infant-baptism. Or VI. arguments for baptism of infants of Christians. viz. I. Infants of Christians are rightly judged in the promise of propriety in God. p.1. II. Infants of Christians are rightly judged to be of the church. p.20. III. Infants of Christians are rightly judged meet for baptisme. p.25. IV. The sealing of the promise to infants of visible professors, hath been the practise of the universal church ever since God added seals to the covenant. p.30 V. The profit of baptism is great to the infants of Christians. p.36. VI. The promise was sealed by the initiall sacrament aforetime to infants of visible professors, both Jews and of the Gentiles. p.38. / By John Church, M.A. minister of Seachurch, in the county of Essex.
Church, Josiah. / [1669] The Christians daily monitor to the performance of personal and relative duties With a resolution of some cases of conscience. Published for the benefit of young persons; By Joseph Church. Together with so much of Mr. Samuel Hierons catechisme, as concerns second table duties.
Church, Nathanaell. / [1660] More cheap riches, or, Heavenly aphorismes viz. a third, or rather true first part of the pocket companion compleated : being 300 golden sayings more / faithfully copied out of the manuscripts of Mr. H.C. (that eminent and faithful servant of God, many years agoe deceased) by N.C.
Church, Nathanaell. / [1657] Cheap riches, or, A pocket-companion made of five hundred proverbial aphorismes &c. as the next ensuinge page will more particularly notifie / by Natthanaell Church.
Church, Thomas, of Ulster. / [1644] To the Right Honorable the Lord Major and Aldermen of the City of London. The remonstrance and petition of Thomas Church Esq.
Churche, Rooke. / [1612] An olde thrift nevvly reuiued VVherein is declared the manner of planting, preserving, and husbanding yong trees of diuers kindes for timber and fuell. And of sowing acornes, chesnuts, beech-mast, the seedes of elmes, ashen-keyes, &c. With the commodities and discommodities of inclosing decayed forrests, commons, and waste grounds. And also the vse of a small portable instrument for measuring of board, and the solid content and height of any tree standing. Discoursed in a dialogue betweene a surueyour, woodward, gentleman, and a farmer. Diuided into foure parts, by R.C.
Churchill, Winston, Sir, 1620?-1688. / [1675] Divi Britannici being a remark upon the lives of all the kings of this isle from the year of the world 2855, unto the year of grace 1660 / by Sir Winston Churchill, Kt.
Churchson, John. / [Anno Dom. 1556] A brefe treatyse declaryng what and where the churche is, that it is knowen, and whereby it is tryed and knowen. Made by Iohn Churchson
Churchyard, Thomas, 1520?-1604. / [1602] The vvonders of the ayre, the trembling of the earth and the warnings of the world before the Iudgement day. Written by Thomas Churchyard esquire, seruant to the Queens Maiestie.
Churchyard, Thomas, 1520?-1604. / [1599] The fortunate farevvel to the most forward and noble Earle of Essex, one of the honorable priuie counsel, Earle high Marshal of England, Master of the horse, Master of the ordinance, Knight of the garter, & Lord Lieutenant general of all the Queenes Maiesties forces in Ireland Dedicated to the right Honorable the Lord Harry Seamer, second sonne to the last Duke of Sommerset. Written by Thomas Churchyard Esquire.
Chute, Challoner, 1658-1685. / [1681?] The case of Challoner Chute Esquire, upon his appeal from two decrees of the Court of Chancery, obtained against his father and himself, at the suit of the Right Honourable Dorothy Lady Dacre and others. Humbly offered to the consideration of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal in Parliament assembled.
Chyliński, Samuel Bogus±aw, d. 1668. / [1659] An account of the translation of the Bible into the Lithvanian tongve, into which language the Scriptures were as yet never translated with a copy of the testimoniall given to the translator : and of the approbation of his undertaking, by several reverend doctors of divinity, with the professors of the same, and other persons of note in the University of Oxford, Novermber 15, 1659.