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Dobson, Edward, 17th cent. / [1643] XIV articles of treason and other misdemeanors, exhibited to Isaac Penington, by Master Chamfield, alias Captain Cloak-bag, against Edward Dobson, the malignant stationer without Newgate.
Dobson, Edward, 17th cent. / [Printed in the yeere, M.DC.XLIIII. 1644] The declaration, vindication, and protestation, of Edward Dobson, citizen, and stationer, of London. VVherein is shewed the many illegall and unjust imprisonments which the said stationer hath suffered, through the malicious and envious informations of Brownists, Anabaptists, Antinomians, and other seditious sectaries: contrary to the lawes of God, the liberty of the subject, and the lawes of the land, all which have been protested, and covenanted to be maintained with lives and fortunes. Together with the manner of his coming from Worcester to Northampton, and of his barbarous usage there, by the governour and others, contrary to the declaration published in the names of the two kingdomes, upon the sincerity of which he did depend. Also a relation of his illegall imprisonment upon a pretended suspition of bringing a saw to the Irish Lords (as is most scandalously published) for their escape out of the Tower.
Dobson, Jeremiah. / [MDCLXV 1665] The preachers precept of consideration, or, Englands chief lesson and duty in this sad time of visitation wherein is contained, 1. A catalogue and collection of all the particular capital sins mentioned in Scriptures ... 2. The author's opinion and judgment, for which and why it is, that this unparallel'd visitation is now laid upon us / delivered in the parish church of St. Katherine Coleman, London, upon the monthly fast-days set apart for humiliation, by His Majesties special command.
Dobson, John, 1633-1681. / [1663] Queries upon queries: or Enquiries into Certain queries upon Dr. Pierce's sermon at Whitehall, Feb. 1:
Dochant, George. / [1653. i.e., 1654] A new catechism short and plain, and very necessary to be learned of the youn ger [sic] sort, before they come to be partakers of the Holy Communion. Published for the benefit of Shaffham School, Norfolk. By Geo. Dochant, minister of Gods word, and there teacher in a private school.
Dockwra, William, d. 1716. / [1682] The practical method of conveyance of letters, returns of answers, replies, &c. the same day within the weekly Bills of Mortality; commonly called, the penny-post: Published for plain direction to all persons, for the better maintaince of mutual correspondence, being the life of trade and business.
Doctor Merry-man. / [1649] The pennilesse parliament of threed-bare poets: or, The merry fortune-teller, wherein all persons of the four severall complexions may finde their fortunes. Composed by Doctor Merry-man: not onely to purge melancholy: but also to procure tittering and laughing. Full of witty mirth, and delightfull recreation, for the content of the reader.
Docwra, Anne, 1624-1710. / [1687] Spiritual community vindicated amongst people of different perswasions in some things
Dod, John, 1549?-1645. / [1693?] Ymadroddion hen Mr. Dod.:
Dod, John, 1549?-1645. / [1688?] Ymadroddion hen Mr. Dod
Dod, John, 1549?-1645. / [1608] Two sermons on the third of the Lamentations of Ieremie preached at Hanwell in the first yeare of his Maiesties raigne, 1602. / The one by I.D. the other by R.C.
Dod, John, 1549?-1645. / [1610] Three godlie and fruitful sermons; the two first preached by Maister Iohn Dod: the last by Maister Robert Cleauer. Whereunto are annexed, fiue propositions, or points of doctrine, comprehended in three other sermons, by the same author
Dod, John, 1549?-1645. / [1610] Ten sermons tending chiefely to the fitting of men for the worthy receiuing of the Lords Supper VVherein amongst many other holy instructions: the doctrines of sound repentance and humiliation, and of Gods speciall fauours vnto penitent sinners, and worthy communicants are largely and effectually handled. The six first, by I. Dod. The foure last, by R. Cleauer. Whereunto is annexed, a plaine and learned metaphrase on the epistle to the Collossians, written by a godly and iudicious preacher. There is also set before the sermons, a short dialogue of preparation: containing the chiefe points that concerne the worthy receiuing of the Lords Supper, taken for the most part, out of the sermons following: and collected into a method for the benefit and ease of those that desire direction in this matter.
Dod, John, 1549?-1645. / [1614] A remedy against priuat contentions A godly and fruitfull sermon on Iames, 4.1. &c. Wherin is at large discouered the hatefulnes, and perniciousnesse of priuate iars and contentions, with manifold remedies against the same. By Mr. Iohn Dod.
Dod, John, 1549?-1645. / [1614] Seuen godlie and fruitfull sermons. The six first preached by Master Iohn Dod: the last by Master Robert Cleauer. Whereunto is annexed, a briefe discourse, touching, 1. Extinguishing of the spirit, 2. Murmuring in affliction
Dod, John, 1549?-1645. / [1608] A plaine and familiar exposition of the thirteenth and fourteenth chapters of the Prouerbs of Salomon
Dod, John, 1549?-1645. / [1606] A plaine and familiar exposition of the ninth and tenth chapters of the Prouerbs of Salomon
Dod, John, 1549?-1645. / [1609] A plaine and familiar exposition of the fifteenth, sixteenth, and seventeenth chapters of the Prouerbs of Salomon
Dod, John, 1549?-1645. / [1607] A plaine and familiar exposition of the eleuenth and twelfth chapters of the Prouerbes of Salomon
Dod, John, 1549?-1645. / [1610] A plaine and familiar exposition of the eighteenth, nineteenth, and twentieth chapters of the Prouerbs of Salomon / by Iohn Dod and Robert Cleaver.
Dod, John, 1549?-1645. / [1603] The bright star which leadeth wise men to our Lord Jesus Christ, or, A familiar and learned exposition on the ten commandements gathered from the mouth of a faithfull pastor by a gracious young man, sometime scholler in Cambridge.
Dod, John, 1549?-1645. / [in the year, Anno Dom. 1680] Old Mr. Dods sayings
Dod, John, 1549?-1645. / [1614] A briefe dialogue, concerning preparation for the worthy receiuing of the Lords Supper. Taken, for the most part, out of the ten sermons of Mr I. Dod, and Mr. R. Cleaver, touching that subiect
Doddridge, John, Sir, 1555-1628. / [M.DC.LII. 1652] Honors pedigree, or, The [se]veral fountaines of gentry [be]ing a treatise of the distinct degrees of the nobilitie of this kingdome, with their rights and priviledges, according to the lawes and customes of England / [by] that juditious lawyer, Sir John Dodoredge ...
Doddridge, John, Sir, 1555-1628. / [M DC XXXI. 1631] The English lavvyer Describing a method for the managing of the lawes of this land. And expressing the best qualities requisite in the student practizer iudges and fathers of the same. Written by the reverend and learned Sir Iohn Doderidge Knight, one of the iustices of the Kings Bench, lately deceased.
Doddridge, John, Sir, 1555-1628. / [1679] The antiquity and power of parliaments in England written by Mr. Justice Doddridge and several other learned antiquaries.
Dodoens, Rembert, 1517-1585. / [1606] Rams little Dodeon [sic] A briefe epitome of the new herbal, or histoy of plants. Wherein is contayned the disposition and true declaration of the phisike helpes of all sortes of herbes and plants, vnder their names and operations, not onely of those which are here in this our Countrey of England growing but of all others also of other realmes, countreyes and nations vsed in phisike: Collected out of the most exquisite newe herball, or history of plants, first set forth in the Dutch or Almayne tongue, by ... D. Reinbert Dodeon, ... and lately translated into English by Henry Lyte, ... and now collected and abridged by William Ram, Gent. Pandit oliua suos Ramos.
Dodoens, Rembert, 1517-1585. / [1578] A nievve herball, or historie of plantes wherin is contayned the vvhole discourse and perfect description of all sortes of herbes and plantes: their diuers [and] sundry kindes: their straunge figures, fashions, and shapes: their names, natures, operations, and vertues: and that not onely of those whiche are here growyng in this our countrie of Englande, but of all others also of forrayne realmes, commonly vsed in physicke. First set foorth in the Doutche or Almaigne tongue, by that learned D. Rembert Dodoens, physition to the Emperour: and nowe first translated out of French into English, by Henry Lyte Esquyer.
Dodwell, Henry, 1641-1711. / [MDCLXXXVIII 1688] An answer to six queries proposed to a gentlewoman of the Church of England, by an emissary of the Church of Rome, fitted to a gentlewomans capacity / by Henry Dodwell ...
Doe, Charles. / [1694] The reason why not infant sprinkling but believers baptism ought to be approved is because the Lord Jesus Christ, his forerunner, and apostles preach't it, and practic'd it as hereby will further appear by Scripture authority in about fourty texts, with notes on every text : to which is added, how infant sprinkling came in fashion, the evil tendencies of infant sprinkling, answers to objections, differences betw. believ. baptism and inf. sprink. with several other things / by a believer baptiz'd.
Dolben, John, 1625-1686. / [1666] A sermon preached before the King, Aug. 14, 1666 being the day of thanksgiving for the late victory at sea / by J. Dolben ...
Dole, Dorcas. / [1700] A salutation and seasonable exhortation to children.: By Dorcas Dole.
Dole, Dorcas. / [1685] A salutation of my endeared love to the faithful in all places that bear their testimony for the Lord and keep in the lowliness of truth as it is in Jesus.
Donaldson, James, fl. 1697-1713. / [1700] The undoubted art of thriving wherein is shewed : 1. That a million L. sterling money, or more if need be, may be raised for propogating the trade of the nation, &c. without any kind of prejudice to the leiges, but on the contrair to their great vtility and advantage, 2. How the Indian and African Company may propogat [sic] their trade, and that trade and manufacturers of all sorts may by encouraged to the honour, strength and wealth of the nation, 3. How every one according to his quality, may live comfortably and happily : concluding with several thoughts tuching [sic] the management of publick concerns.
Donaldson, James, fl. 1697-1713. / [1698] Postscript to husbandry anatomiz'd or, an addition to the enquiry in to the present manner of ordering, dressing, and manuring the ground in Scotland for most part; whereby it is further explained and applyed, and several good effects that may follow thereupon hinted at. By the author of the first.
Donaldson, James, fl. 1697-1713. / [1700] Overture regulating the breadth and length of linnen. To His Grace James Duke of Queensberry Marquis of Dumfries-Shire, Earl of Drumlanrick, and Sancher, &c. His Majesty's High Commissioner to the Parliament of Scotland, and most honourable Estates of Parliament.
Donatus, Aelius. / [1508-1509] Incipit Donatus minor c[um] Remigio ad vsum pusillo[rum] anglicana[rum] scholariu[m].:
Donne, Daniel, d. 1646. / [1623] A sub-poena from the star-chamber of heauen A sermon preached at Pauls Crosse the 4. of August. 1622. With some particular enlargements which the limited time would not then allow. By Dan. Donne, Master of Arts, and minister of the Word.
Donne, John, 1572-1631. / [1661] XXVI sermons. The third volume preached by that learned and reverend divine John Donne ...
Donne, John, 1572-1631. / [MDCXXXIIII. 1634] Two sermons preached before King Charles, upon the xxvi verse of the first chapter of Genesis. By Dr. Donne Dean of Pauls.
Donne, John, 1572-1631. / [1634] Six sermons upon severall occasions preached before the King, and elsewhere: by that late learned & reverend divine John Donne, Doctour in divinitie, and Dean of S. Pauls, London.
Donne, John, 1572-1631. / [1624] A sermon vpon the eighth verse of the first chapter of the Acts of the Apostles: Preached to the Honourable Company of the Virginian Plantation, 13. Nouemb. 1622. By Iohn Donne Deane of Saint Pauls, London.
Donne, John, 1572-1631. / [M DC XL. 1640] LXXX sermons preached by that learned and reverend divine, Iohn Donne, Dr in Divinity, late Deane of the cathedrall church of S. Pauls London.
Donne, John, 1572-1631. / [1625] Foure sermons vpon speciall occasions. (Viz.) 1. A sermon preached at Pauls Crosse. 2. To the Honorable, the Virginia Company. 3. At the consecration of Lincolnes Inne Chappell. 4. The first sermon preached to K. Charles at St. Iames, 1625. By Iohn: Donne. Deane of Saint Pauls, London.
Donne, John, 1572-1631. / [1626] Fiue sermons vpon speciall occasions. (Viz.) 1. A sermon preached at Pauls Crosse. 2. To the Honorable the Virginia Company 3. At the consecration of Lincolnes Inne Chappell. 4. The first sermon preached to K. Charles at St. Iames, 1625. 5. A sermon preached to his Maiestie at White-hall, 24. Febr. 1625. By Iohn Donne Deane of Saint Pauls, London.
Donne, John, 1572-1631. / [1625] The first sermon preached to King Charles, at Saint Iames: 3⁰. April. 1625. By Iohn Donne, Deane of Saint Pauls, London.
Donne, John, 1572-1631. / [1651] Essayes in divinity; by the late Dr Donne, Dean of St Paul's. Being several disquisitions, interwoven with meditations and prayers: before he entred into holy orders. Now made publick by his son J. D. Dr of the civil law.:
Donne, John, 1572-1631. / [1623] Encænia the Feast of Dedication, celebrated at Lincolnes Inne, in a sermon there vpon Ascension day, 1623 : at the dedication of a new chappell there, consecrated by the Right Reuerend Father in God, the Bishop of London / preached by Iohn Donne ...
Doolittle, E. / [1623] A memento for Christians In some short meditations on the third verse of the thirteenth chapter of the Epistle vnto the Hebrewes [...] Published by the author, for the comfort of all those that mourne in Sion, and very fit to be seene in the hands of all men in tese troublesome dayes of the Churches sorrow.
Doolittle, Samuel. / [1693] The righteous man's hope at death consider'd and improv'd for the comfort of dying Christians, and the support of surviving relations : to which is added Death-bed reflections, &c. proper for a righteous man in his last sickness / by Samuel Doolittle ; this was the first sermon the author preacht after the death of his mother Mrs. Mary Doolittle, who deceased Decemb. 16. 1692. and is since enlarged.
Doolittle, Thomas, 1632?-1707. / [1693] The mourner directory, guiding him to the middle way betwixt the two extreams, defect, excess of sorrow for his dead to which is added, The mourners soliloquy / by Thomas Doolittle ...
Doolittle, Thomas, 1632?-1707. / [1692] Love to Christ, necessary to escape the curse at his coming by Tho. Doolittle ...
Doolittle, Thomas, 1632?-1707. / [1688] Fears and jealousies ceas'd, or, An impartial discourse, tending to demonstrate from the folly and ill success of the Romish politicks, that there is no reason to apprehend any danger from popery in a letter to a friend.
Doolittle, Thomas, 1632?-1707. / [1674] Captives bound in chains made free by Christ their surety, or, The misery of graceless sinners and their recovery by Christ their saviour by T. Doolittle.
Dopping, Anthony, 1643-1697. / [1694] A sermon preached in Christ's-Church, Dublin, November 18, 1693 at the funeral of His Grace Francis Lord Archbishop of Dublin / by the Reverend Father in God Anthony, Lord Bishop of Meath.
Dopping, Anthony, 1643-1697. / [1695] The case of the dissenters of Ireland consider'd, in reference to the sacramental test.
Dorchester, Henry Pierrepont, Marquis of, 1606-1680. / [Printed 1641] Two speeches spoken in the house of the Lords, by the Lord Viscount Newarke. The first concerning the right of bishops to sit in Parliament, May 21, 1641. The second about the lawfulnes and conveniency of their intermedling in temporall affaires, May the 24th. following.
Dorchester, Henry Pierrepont, Marquis of, 1606-1680. / [1660] The reasons why the Lrd. Marquiss of Dorchester printed his letter the 25th. of February, 1659. Dated the 13th. of the same moneth: Together with my answer to a printed paper, called, A true and perfect copy of the Lord Roos his ansvver to the Marquiss of Dorchesters letter, written the 25th. of February, 1659.
Dorchester, Henry Pierrepont, Marquis of, 1606-1680. / [1642] My Lord Newarks speech to the trained-bands of Nottingham-shire at Newark, 13. July. 1642. Concerning His Maiesties commission of array.
Dore, Christopher. / [1649] A just vindication of the reputation of Mr. VVhite alderman of the city of Exon, in answer to a scurrillous pamphlet cald the Visihle [sic] vengeance, &c. Wherin is discovered the many falsities and untruths in that relation attested under the hand of his own servant that was with him in his journey till the day of his death: as also a true relation of the sad accident that befell him, with the circumstances thereof.
Dorman, Thomas, d. 1577? / [1565] A disproufe of M. Novvelles reproufe. By Thomas Dorman Bachiler of Diuinitie
Dorney, Henry, 1613-1683? / [1684] Divine contemplations, and spiritual breathings of Mr. Henry Dorney
Dornford, Robert. / [1652] Gospel-mysterie or, the great union that is betwixt Christ and the saints. From Cant. 2. 16. With a true way to discern a godly man from a carnal or ungodly man: and the way how the saints return after back-sliding. Also, the worth of a good conscience. By Robert Dornford.
Dorrington, Theophilus, d. 1715. / [1687] Reform'd devotions, in meditations, hymns, and petitions, for every day in the week, and every holiday in the year divided into parts.
Dorrington, Theophilus, d. 1715. / [1699] Observations concerning the present state of religion in the Romish Church, with some reflections upon them made in a journey through some provinces of Germany, in the year 1698 : as also an account of what seemed most remarkable in those countries / by Theophilus Dorrington ...
Dorrington, Theophilus, d. 1715. / [1696] The honour due to the civil magistrate stated and urg'd in a sermon compos'd for the day of thanksgiving for the happy discovery of the late horrid and execrable conspiracy against His Majesties sacred person and government / by Theophilus Dorrington.
Dorrington, Theophilus, d. 1715. / [1693] Family devotions for Sunday evenings, throughout the year being practical discourses, with suitable prayers / by Theophilus Dorrington.
Dorrington, Theophilus, d. 1715. / [1695] A familiar guide to the right and profitable receiving of the Lord's Supper wherein also the way and method of our salvation is briefly and plainly declar'd / by Theophilus Dorrington.
Doughty, Thomas, fl. 1618-1638. / [1619] The practise how to finde ease, rest, repose, content, and happines. Written by a religious man of the congregation of St. Elias the prophet, and the order of our Blessed Lady of mount Carmell, restored by the Blessed mother Teresa. The second part. Containing directions how to end all controuersies, and take away all discontentments, and euils, and attaine vnto true ioy of minde, and content of heart, and all good
Doughty, Thomas, fl. 1618-1638. / [1620] An humble appeale to the Kings most excellent Maiestie Wherein is proued, that our Lord and Sauiour Iesus Christ, was authour of the Catholike Roman faith, which Protestants call Papistrie. Written by Iohn Hunt, a Roman Catholike, in defence of his religion against the calumniations and persecutions of Protestant ministers.
Doughty, Thomas, fl. 1618-1638. / [1637 i.e. 1638] Of the visible sacrifice of the Church of God· The first part. VVritten by Anonymus Eremita
Douglas, Edward. / [1699] The case of Edward Douglas, Deputy Muster-Master to the two old marine regiments
Douglas, Eleanor, Lady, d. 1652. / [1649] Strange and vvonderfull prophesies by the Lady Eleanor Audeley; who is yet alive, and lodgeth in White-Hall.: Which shee prophesied sixteen yeeres agoe, and had them printed in Holland, and there presented the said prophesies to the Prince Elector; for which she was imprisoned seven yeers here in England, by the late King and his Majesties Councell: first, she was put into the Gate-house then into Bedlam, and afterwards into the Tower of London. With notes upon the said prophesies, how farre the are fulfilled, and what part remains yet unfulfilled, concerning the late King; and Kingly government, and the armies and people of England. And particularly White-Hall, and other wonderfull predictions. Imprimatur Theodore Jennings August 27. 1649.
Douglas, Eleanor, Lady, d. 1652. / [printed in the year 1644. Reprinted with some words of addition for the year present, 1649] A sign given them being entred into the day of judgment to set their house in order. For the high court of Parliament assembled. From the Lady Eleanor:
Douglas, Eleanor, Lady, d. 1652. / [Printed in the year, 1644 i.e. 1649?] A prayer or petition for peace: November 22, 1644.
Douglas, Eleanor, Lady, d. 1652. / [1648] Reader, the heavy hour at hand, that it should not as a thief surprize us in the night, Babylons scattering whirlwind our final or utter blow ...:
Douglas, Eleanor, Lady, d. 1652. / [printed in the year 1642] Samsons fall, presented to the house 1642:
Douglas, Eleanor, Lady, d. 1652. / [1646] The Lady Eleanor her appeal present this to Mr. Mace the prophet of the most High, his messenger.
Douglas, Eleanor, Lady, d. 1652. / [Printed in the yeere 1645] For VVhitsontyds last feast: the present, 1645:
Douglas, Eleanor, Lady, d. 1652. / [1650?] The Lady Eleanor Douglas, dowger, [sic] her jubiles plea or appeal, A⁰ &c.:
Douglas, Eleanor, Lady, d. 1652. / [Printed in the yeare, 1646] For the blessed feast of Easter. Writs. by the La. Eleanor:
Douglas, Eleanor, Lady, d. 1652. / [Printed in the yeare, 1646] The day of iudgments modell.: By the Lady Eleanor Douglas.
Douglas, Eleanor, Lady, d. 1652. / [Printed in the year, 1650] Before the Lords second coming, of the last days to be visited, signed with the tyrant Pharaohs overthrow.:
Douglas, Eleanor, Lady, d. 1652. / [Printed in the year, 1650] The arraignment. By the Lady Eleanor:
Douglas, Eleanor, Lady, d. 1652. / [Printed in the year, 1650] The appearance or presence of the son of man:
Douglas, James, fl. 1651. / [1651] Strange news from Scotland and their young King his dream concerning England: with the appearing of a wonderful vision to him in the night, and what happened thereupon: together, with his speech to the lords of his privie councel; and a dreadful prophesie of Mr. Douglas a Scotchman, written by his own hand, and sent to their young King, full of wonder and admiration; wherein he fortells the great things that shall befall his person, this present year 1651. With a great battel to be fought on the 5. of May next, between the English and the Scots, the event and success thereof. 20. Lords to be beheaded, and 20000 horse and foot totally vanquished and subdued, and what shall happen upon the obtaining this great victory. / Signed by James Douglas, the author of the these prophetical observations, and licensed according to order.
Douglas, Robert, 1594-1674. / [1662?] A phenix, or, The Solemn League and Covenant whereunto is annexed : 1. The form and manner of His Majesties coronation in Scotland, with a sermon then preached on that occasion, by Robert Douglas of Edenburgh, II. A declaration of the Kings Majesty to all his loving subjects of the Kingdoms of Scotland, &c. in the yeare 1650, III. The great danger of covenant-breaking, &c., being the substance of a sermon preached by Edm. Calamy, the 14 of Jan., 1645, before the then Lord Mayor of the city of London, Sir Tho. Adams : together with the shieriffs [sic], aldermen, and Common-Councell of the said city : being the day of their taking the Solemn League and Covenant at Michael Basenshaw, London.
Douglas, Thomas, fl. 1661. / [ann. Dom. 1661] Theanthrōpos or The great mysterie of godlines opened by way of antidote against the great mysterie of iniquity, (now awork in the Romish Church.) In a sound and seasonable treatise; wherein 1. The incarnation of the Son of God (and evangelicall love, wisdome, humility, &c. expressed in that contrivance) is fully explicated and displayed. 2. Ceremonies in poynt of divine worship are concluded to be by Christ (the true Messiah) abrogated; and examined whether they are not since Christ, Jewish-anti-Christian; where the Jew and Judaizing Christian are deservedly taxed. 3. Christian liberty with its VIII steps and V boundaries, is modestly and briefly asserted; and many other matters of consequence and moment are imparted; but now published for vindication of the truth and its assertor. By Thomas Douglas, M.A. minister of the Gospel at Olaves-Silverstreet, in London.
Douglas, Thomas, fl. 1661. / [1664] Martyrion Christianon, or, A Christian and sober testimony against sinfull complyance wherein the unlawfulness of hearing the present ministers of England is clearly demonstrated, severall weighty queries proposed, objections impartially weighed in the ballance of the sanctuary and found wanting / by Christophilus Antichristomachus.
Dove, Henry, 1640-1695. / [MDCLXXXII 1682] A sermon preached before the Right Honorable the Lord Mayor of the city of London and the court of Aldermen at Bow-Church, on the feast of S. Michael, 1682 : the day for election of a Lord Mayor / by Henry Dove ...
Dove, Henry, 1640-1695. / [1691] A sermon preached before the Queen at White-Hall, February the fifteenth, 1690/1 by Henry Dove ....
Dove, Henry, 1640-1695. / [1687] A sermon preached at the anniversary meeting of the sons of clergy-men in the church of S. Mary le Bow on Thursday, Decemb. 2, 1686 by Henry Dove.
Dove, John, / [1594?] A sermon preached at Pauls Crosse, the 3 of Nouember 1594. intreating of the second comming of Christ, and the disclosing of Antichrist. : With a confutation of diuerse coniectures concerning the end of the world, conteyned in a booke intituled, The second comming of Christ. / Preached by Iohn Dove.
Dove, John, 1560 or 61-1618. / [1603] A persvvasion to the English recusants, to reconcile themselues to the Church of England Written for the better satisfaction of those which be ignorant. By Iohn Doue Doctor of Diuinitie.
Dove, John, 1560 or 61-1618. / [1606] A defence of church gouernment Dedicated to the high Court of Parliament. Wherein, the church gouernment established in England, is directly proued to be consonant to the word of God, and that subiects ought of dutie to conforme themselues to the state ecclesiasticall. Together with, a defence of the crosse in baptisme; as it is vsed in our Church, being not repugnant to the word: and by a consequent, the brethren which are silenced, ought to subscribe vnto it, rather then to burie their talents in the ground. By Iohn Doue, Doctour of Diuinity.
Dow, Christopher, B.D. / [M DC XXXVII. 1637] Innovations unjustly charged upon the present church and state. Or An ansvver to the most materiall passages of a libellous pamphlet made by Mr. Henry Burton, and intituled An apologie of an appeale, &c. By Christopher Dow, B.D.
Dowcet, Abraham. / [1648] A declaration delivered into the House of Lords, by Mr: Abraham Dowcet, on Monday the 3 of July, 1648. Against Major Edward Rolph whom hee charges to have laine in waite three houres to have pistold the King. With his speech at the barre in the House of Peers; and the Lords order for tryall of Major Rolph. And severall orders of the House of Commons for apprehending delinquents.
Dowdall, Gerard. / [1681] Mr. Dowdall's just and sober vindication, in opposition to several injustices practised against him, by some of his fellow prisoners in the gate-house prison of Westminster, although reputed priests, Jesuits, and sufferers for Christs sake
Dowell, John, ca. 1627-1690. / [1683] The triumph of Christianity, or, The life of Cl. Fl. Julian, the Apostate with remarks, contain'd in the resolution of several queries : to which is added, Reflections upon a pamphlet, call'd Seasonable remarks on the fall of the Emperor Julian, and on part of a late pernicious book, entituled, A short account of the life of Julian, &c.
Dowell, John, ca. 1627-1690. / [1681] The clergies honour: or, the lives of St. Basil the Great, Archbishop of Neo-cæsarea, and St. Chrysostom, Archbishop of Constantinople. Drawn by way of parallel
Dowglas, William. / [1660] The stable trveths of the Kirk reqvire a svtable behaviour holden forth by way of sermon upon I. Tim. 3. vers. 14. 15., delivered by Mr. William Dowglas ... before the provinciall Synod of Aberdene, April 18. 1659.
Dowle, John. / [1630] The true friend, or A bill of exchange expressed in a sermon preached at White-hall: vpon Sonday the XIII. of December, anno Domini, 1629. By Iohn Dovvle, Doctor of Divinitie, and his Maiesties chaplaine.
Downame, George, d. 1634. / [1609] A treatise vpon John 8. 36 concerning Christian libertie The chiefe points whereof were deliuered in a sermon preached at Pauls Crosse, Nouemb. 6. 1608. By George Dovvname Doctor of Diuinitie.
Downame, John, d. 1652. / [1636] A treatise against lying Wherein is shevved vvhat it is, the nature and causes of this sinne, the divers kindes of it; and that all of them are sinfull, and unlawfull, with the motives and meanes to preserve us from it, or to cure us of it. By John Dovvname, B. of D. and preacher of Gods Word.
Downame, John, d. 1652. / [1625?] The summe of sacred diuinitie briefly & methodically propounded : more largly & cleerely handled and explaned / published by John Downame ...
Downame, John, d. 1652. / [1600] Spiritual physicke to cure the diseases of the soule, arising from superfluitie of choller, prescribed out of Gods word Wherein the chollericke man may see the dangerousnesse of this disease of the soule vniust anger, the preseruatiues to keepe him from the infection thereof, and also fit medicines to restore him to health beeing alreadie subiect to this raging passion. Profitable for all to vse, seeing all are patients in this desease of impatiencie.
Downame, John, d. 1652. / [1616] The plea of the poore. Or A treatise of benificence and almes-deeds teaching how these Christian duties are rightly to be performed, and perswading to the frequent doing of them. Necessary for these times, wherein the workes of mercy are so much neglected, or so vndiscreetly practized. Published by Iohn Downame Bachelour in Diuinitie.
Downame, John, d. 1652. / [1608] Lectures vpon the foure first chapters of the prophecie of Hosea Wherein the text is exponded and cleered, and such profitable instructions obserued, and applied, as naturally arise out of this holie Scripture, and are fit for these times. By Iohn Dovvname Bacheler in Diuinitie, and preacher of Gods word.
Downame, John, d. 1652. / [1622] A guide to godlynesse or a Treatise of a Christian life shewing the duties wherein it consisteth, the helpes inabling & the reasons parswading vnto it ye impediments hindering ye practise of it, and the best meanes to remoue them whereunto are added diuers prayers and a treatise of carnall securitie by Iohn Douname Batcheler in Diuinitie and minister of Gods Word.
Downame, John, d. 1652. / [1609] Foure treatises tending to disswade all Christians from foure no lesse hainous then common sinnes; namely, the abuses of swearing, drunkennesse, whoredome, and briberie. Wherein the greatnes and odiousnesse of these vices is discouered; and the meanes and remedies, which may either preserue, or weane men from them, are propounded. Whereunto is annexed a treatise of anger. By Iohn Dovvname Batcheler in Diuinitie, and preacher of Gods word.
Downame, John, d. 1652. / [1618] The conflict betvveene the flesh and the spirit. Or the last part of The Christian warfare wherein is described the nature of these combatants, the malice and power of the flesh and fleshly lusts, with the meanes whereby we may subdue and ouercome them. By Iohn Dovvname Batchelar in Diuinitie, and preacher of Gods Word.
Downame, John, d. 1652. / [1604] The Christian warfare wherein is first generally shewed the malice, power and politike stratagems of the spirituall ennemies of our saluation, Sathan and his assistants the world and the flesh, with the meanes also whereby the Christian may vvithstand and defeate them : and afterwards more speciallie their particvlar temptatiions, against the seuerall causes and meanes of our saluation, whereby on the one side they allure vs to security and presumption, and on the other side, draw vs to doubting and desperation, are expressed and answered : written especially for their sakes who are exercised in the spirituall conflict of temptations, and are afflicted in conscience in the sight and sense of their sinnes / by I. Dovvname ...
Downe, John, 1570?-1631. / [1635] A treatise of the true nature and definition of justifying faith together with a defence of the same, against the answere of N. Baxter. By Iohn Downe B. in Divinity, and sometime fellow of Emanuel C. in Cambridge.
Downing, Calubyte, 1606-1644. / [1632] A discourse of the state ecclesiasticall of this kingdome, in relation to the civill Considered vnder three conclusions. With a digression discussing some ordinary exceptions against ecclesiasticall officers. By C.D.
Downing, Calybute, 1606-1644. / [1641] A discoverie of the false grounds the Bavarian party have layd, to settle their owne faction, and shake the peace of the empire. Considered, in the case of the deteinure of the prince elector palatine his dignities and dominions. With a discourse upon the interest of England in that cause. By Calybute Downing, LL. D. pastor of Hackney. Seene, and allowed.
Downing, Calybute, 1606-1644. / [MDCXLI. 1641] A discoursive coniecture vpon the reasons that produce a desired event of the present troubles of Great Britaine, different from those of Lower Germanie Considered in the maine passages that seeme parallel, but upon a further survey are discovered to be otherwise. By Calybute Downing, L.L.D. pastor of Hackney.
Downing, Calybute, 1606-1644. / [Anno Dom. 1644] The cleere antithesis, or, diametrall [sic] opposition betweene presbytery and prelacy: wherein is apparently demonstrated, whither government be most consonant and agreeable to the word of God.
Downing, George, Sir, 1623?-1684. / [1662] The reply of Sir George Downing, envoy extraordinary of his Majesty of Great Brittain [sic], &c. Delivered the 13. of Iuly 1662. Upon the ansvver of the Estates General of the United Provinces, to his memorial of the 20. of April last.
Downing, Thomas. / [1623] The catechisers holy encouragement to the profitable exercise of catechising in the Church of England
Dowriche, Hugh, b. 1552 or 3. / [1596] The iaylors conuersion Wherein is liuely represented, the true image of a soule rightlye touched, and conuerted by the spirit of God. The waightie circumstances of which supernaturall worke, for the sweete amplifications, and fit applications to the present time, are now set downe for the comfort of the strong, and confirmation of the weake. By Hugh Dowriche Batch. of Diuinitie.
Doyley, Edward. / [1658] A narrative of the great success God hath been pleased to give His Highness forces in Jamaica, against the King of Spains forces; together with a true relation of the Spaniards losing their plate-fleet, as it was communicated in a letter from the Governour of Jamaica. Published by His Highness special command.
Doyley, Edward. / [Anno Dom. 1659] A brief relation of a victory, obtained by the forces under the command of Gen. Edward Doyley, commander in chief of his Highnesse's forces in the island of Jamaica. Against the forces of the king of Spain, commanded by Don Christopher Arnaldo Sasi, commander in chief of the Spanish forces there.