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Du Bartas, Guillaume de Salluste, seigneur, 1544-1590. / [M.DC.XXV. 1625] Part of Du Bartas English and French, and in his owne kinde of verse, so neare the French Englished, as may teach an English-man French, or a French-man English. With the commentary of S.G. S. By William L'Isle of Wilburgham, Esquier for the Kings body.
Du Bartas, Guillaume de Salluste, seigneur, 1544-1590. / [1584] The historie of Iudith in forme of a poeme. Penned in French, by the noble poet, G. Salust. Lord of Bartas. Englished by Tho. Hudson.
Du Bartas, Guillaume de Salluste, seigneur, 1544-1590. / [1595] The first day of the worldes creation: or of the first weeke of that most Christian poet, W. Salustius, Lord of Bartas.
Du Bartas, Guillaume de Salluste, seigneur, 1544-1590. / [1598] The colonies of Bartas. VVith the commentarie of S.G.S. in diuerse places corrected and enlarged by the translatour.
Du Bartas, Guillaume de Salluste, seigneur, 1544-1590. / [1595] Babilon, a part of the Seconde vveeke of Guillaume de Saluste seigneur du Bartas, with the commentarie, and marginall notes of S.G.S. Englished by William L'Isle.
Du Laurens, André, 1558-1609. / [1599] A discourse of the preseruation of the sight: of melancholike diseases; of rheumes, and of old age. Composed by M. Andreas Laurentius, ordinarie phisition to the King, and publike professor of phisicke in the Vniuersitie of Mompelier. Translated out of French into English, according to the last edition, by Richard Surphlet, practitioner in phisicke.
Du Moulin, Lewis, 1606-1680. / [Printed in the yeare, 1641] Vox populi, expressed in XXXV. motions to this present Parliament: Being the generall voyce and the humble and earnest request of the people of God in England to that most honorable and religious assembly. For reforming the present corrupt state of the church. Published by Irenæus Philadelphus.
Du Moulin, Peter, 1601-1684. / [1664] A vindication of the sincerity of the Protestant religion in the point of obedience to sovereignes opposed to the doctrine of rebellion authorised and practised by the Pope and the Jesuites in answer to a Jesuitical libel entituled Philanax anglicus / by Peter Du Moulin.
Du Moulin, Peter, 1601-1684. / [1625] Petri Molinæi Filij carmen heroicum ad regem: In memoriam serenissimi & potentissimi Regis Iacobii.
Du Moulin, Peter, 1601-1684. / [1673] The great loyalty of the papists to K. Charles I (of blessed memory) discovered by Peter Du Moulin, D. D. in his Vindication of the Protestant religion.
Du Moulin, Pierre, 1568-1658. / [1612] The waters of Siloe. To quench the fire of purgatory and to drowne the traditions, limboes, mans satisfactions and all popish indulgences, against the reasons and allegations of a Portugall frier of the order of St. Frances, supported by three treatises. The one written by the same Franciscan and entituled The fierie torrent, &c. The other two by two doctors of Sorbon. The one intituled The burning furnasse. The other The fire of Helie. By Peter Du Moulin minister of Gods word. Faithfully translated out of French by I.B.
Du Moulin, Pierre, 1568-1658. / [1630] The right way to heauen prayers and meditations of the faithfull soule with the spirituall morning sacrifice and consolations for the sicke.
Du Moulin, Pierre, 1568-1658. / [1640] Peter Du Moulin. His oration in the praise of divinitie. Wherein is shevven that heathenish fables were first derived from holy Scripture. Transl. by J.M.
Du Moulin, Pierre, 1568-1658. / [1621] A letter vnto them of the Romish Church, by Peter du Moulin, minister in the reformed Church at Paris. Together with a true iubile or generall pardon of indulgence by the same author.
Du Moulin, Pierre, 1568-1658. / [1631] A learned treatise of traditions, lately set forth in French by Peter Du Moulin, and faithfully done into English by G.C.
Du Moulin, Pierre, 1568-1658. / [1609] Heraclitus, or, Meditations vpon the vanity & misery of humane life first written in French by that excellent scholler & admirable divine Peter Du Moulin minister of the sacred word in the Reformed Church of Paris ; and translated into English by R.S. gentleman.
Du Moulin, Pierre, 1568-1658. / [1610] A defence of the Catholicke faith contained in the booke of the most mightie, and most gracious King Iames the first, King of Great Britaine, France and Ireland, defender of the faith. Against the answere of N. Coeffeteau, Doctor of Diuinitie, and vicar generall of the Dominican preaching friars. Written in French, by Pierre Du Moulin, minister of the word of God in the church of Paris. Translated into English according to his first coppie, by himselfe reuiewed and corrected.
Du Moulin, Pierre, 1568-1658. / [1623] Coales from the altar; or Foure religious treatises to kindle deuotion in this colde age. Written in French by Mounsieur du Moulin: and translated into English by N.M.
Du Moulin, Pierre, 1568-1658. / [1641] The anatomie of the masse wherein is shewed by the Holy Scriptures and by the testimony of the ancient church that the masse is contrary unto the word of God, and farre from the way of salvation / by Peter du Moulin ... ; and translated into English by Jam. Mountaine.
Du Nesme, Jean. / [1599] The miracle of the peace in Fraunce. Celebrated by the ghost of the diuine Du Bartas. Translated, by Iosuah Sylvester.
Du Périer, Antoine. / [1652] The loves and adventures of Clerio & Lozia.: a romance. Written originally in French, and translated into English by Fra. Kirkman, Gent.
Du Perron, Jacques Davy, 1556-1618. / [1642] Luthers Alcoran being a treatise first written in French by the learned Cardinall Peron, of famous memory, against the Hugenots of France, and translated into English by N.N.P. : the page following sheweth the particular contents of the booke, which consisteth of symbolismes, parallells, identities.
Du Pin, Sieur. / [1622. ] Action de graces (en forme de meditation) faicte à Dieu sur la vie redonnée à ses enfans par le benefice de la paix. A messieurs Marius & Aurelius les tres-honoréz pasteurs de l'Eglise Françoise recueillie à Londres. / Par le Sieur du Pin docteur és droicts & aduocat au Parlement de Paris.
Du Vair, Guillaume, 1556-1621. / [1594] The holy love of heauenly vvisdome. With many other godly treatises: Newly set forth, perused, and augmented by the author. Translated out of French into English, by Tho. Sto. gent.
Dubreuil, Jean, 1602-1670. / [1672] Perspective practical, or, A plain and easie method of true and lively representing all things to the eye at a distance by the exact rules of art ... / by a religious person of the Society of Jesus ... ; faithfully translated out of French, and illustrated with 150 copper cuts ; set forth in English by Robert Pricke ...
Dufour de Longuerue, Louis, 1652-1733. / [MDCLXXXVII 1687] A treatise, written by an author of the communion of the Church of Rome, touching transubstantiation wherein is made appear, that according to the principles of that church, this doctrine cannot be an article of faith.
Dugdale, Gilbert. / [1604] The time triumphant declaring in briefe, the ariual of our soueraigne liedge Lord, King Iames into England, his coronation at Westminster: together with his late royal progresse, from the Towre of London throâugh the Cittie, to his Highnes manor of White Hall. Shewing also, the varieties & rarieties of al the sundry trophies or pageants, erected ... With a rehearsall of the King and Queenes late comming to the Exchaunge in London. By Gilbert Dugdale.
Dugdale, John. / [1685] A catalogue of the nobility of England, according to their respective precedencies as it was presented to His Majesty by John Dugdale, Esq. ... on New-years-day, 1684 ... ; to which is added the blazon of their paternal coats of arms respectively, and a list of the present bishops.
Dugdale, William, Sir, 1605-1686. / [1661] The manner of creating the Knights of the Antient and Honourable Order of the Bath,: according to the custom used in England in time of peace. With a list of those honourable persons who are to be created Knights of the Bath at his Majesties coronation, 23 Aprill, 1661.
Dunning, Richard. / [MDCLXXXV 1685] A plain and easie method shewing how the office of overseer of the poor may be managed, whereby it may be 9000 l. per annum advantage to the county of Devon, without abating the weekly relief of any poor, or doing a penny damage to any person / by Richard Dunning ...
Dunstervile, Thomas. / [1654] A declaration concerning state-farthings; or, Certain remonstrative reasons for the allowance thereof;: wherein is comprised, 1 the honour of the states vindicated, 2 the peoples hearts contented, 3 the Common-wealths good propagated, 4 the relief of the poor increased. By Thomas Dunstervile, citizen of London.
Dunton, John, 1627 or 8-1676. / [1684] Dunton's remains, or, The dying pastour's last legacy to his friends and parishioners ... by John Dunton ... ; to this work is prefixt the author's holy life and triumphant death : and at the latter end of it is annext his funeral sermon.
Dunton, John, 1659-1733. / [1691] Religio bibliopolæ in imitation of Dr. Browns Religio medici, with a supplement to it / by Benj. iBrgwater [sic], Gent.
Duperron, Jacques Davy, d. 1649. / [1647] A warning to the Parliament of England.: A discovery of the ends and designes of the Popish partie both abroad, and at home, in the raising and fomenting our late war, and still-continuing troubles : in an oration made to the generall Assembly of the French clergy in Paris, / by Monsieur Jaques du Perron Bishop of Angolesme, and Grand Almosner to the Queen of England. Translated out of a manuscript copy, obtained from a good hand in France, and now published for the opening their eyes that hate not the truth, and that desire to be thankfull for such a discovery. And for caution to those, to whom the Divine Providence hath intrusted the transaction of affaires, that they may most accurately take heed there be a sound foundation laid, of the so generally longed-for peace of the kingdome.
Dupin, Nicholas. / [1695?] To his Grace John Marquess of Tweeddale, his Majesties High Commissioner for the kingdom of Scotland, the humble petition of Nicholas Dupin Esquire, Joseph Blake, Peter Kersteman, and Nathaniel VVyersdale of London merchants, in behalf of themselves and ... their partners, for working of all sorts of mines and mineralls in his Majesties ancient kingdom of Scotland.
Durant, John, b. 1620. / [1655. i.e. 1654] The spiritual sea-man: or, A manual for mariners.: Being a short tract, comprehending the principal heades of Christian religion: handled in an allusion to the sea-mans compass and observations: which was first drawn up at sea, and fitted for the service of sea-men; yet such as may serve all Christians to help them in their passage over the troublesome sea of this world. / By John Durant preacher of the Gospel, and sometimes in the Navy.
Durant, John, b. 1620. / [1649] Sips of sweetness, or, Consolation for weake beleevers a treatise discoursing of the sweetnesse of Christs carriage towards all his weake members : particularly to such as are weake either [brace] 1. habitually, or 2. accidentally, by reason of [brace] 1. working, 2. sinning, or 3. suffering : being the summe of certain sermons preached upon Isa. 40, 11 / by John Durant ...
Durant, John, b. 1620. / [1655] A discovery of glorious love, or, The love of Christ to beleevers opened, in the truth, transcendency, and sweetness thereof together with the necessity that lyes upon every beleever, to strive after the spirituall and experimentall knowledge of it : being the sum of VI sermons preached upon Ephesians 3.19 / by John Durant ...
Durant, John, b. 1620. / [1651] Comfort & counsell for dejected soules.: Or a treatise concerning spirituall dejection. In which is handled, 1 the nature 2 the working 3 the grounds 4 the remedies of spiritual dejection. And in which is held forth, satisfaction to some particular cases, and generall advice for any soule who is cast downe. Being the heads and sum of divers sermons preached to a particular congregation from Psalm 42. last. By John Durant, preacher of the Gospel, and pastour of a church of Christ in Canterbury.
Durant, John, b. 1620. / [1660] A cluster of grapes taken out of the basket of the woman of Canaan. Or, Counsel and comfort for beleeving soules, comming to Christ and meeting with discouragement.: Being the summe of certain sermons preached upon Matthew 15. from verse 22. to verse 29. Wherein among other things, is declared more particularly, I. What seeming harsh entertainment the soul may find from Christ. II. What holy, and humble behaviour the soul ought to have under that entertainment. III. How blessed and comfortable a conclusion Christ will make with the soul at last. / By John Durant preacher of the gospel in Canterbury.
Durant, John, b. 1620. / [1658] The Christian's compass, or, The mariner's companion being a brief compendium of the principles of religion, in the things which are necessary to be known and practised by all who profess the name of Christ / long since prepared, and now published by John Durant ...
Dury, John, 1596-1680. / [Ann. Dom. 1641] A summary discourse concerning the work of peace ecclesiasticall, how it may concurre with the aim of a civill confederation amongst Protestants: presented to the consideration of my Lord Ambassadour Sr. Thomas Rovv, &c. at Hamburg in the yeare MDCXXXIX. By Mr. John Dury, a faithfull and indefatigable solicitour of the gospel of peace amongst Protestants: now put to the presse for the information of such as are able to countenance, and willing to help forward the negotiation of some issue.
Dury, John, 1596-1680. / [1654] A summarie platform of the heads of a body of practicall divinity which the ministers of the Protestant churches abroad have sued for, and which is farther enlarged in a treatise intituled, An earnest plea for gospel-communion, &c.
Dury, John, 1596-1680. / [1649] A seasonable discourse written by Mr. Iohn Dury upon the earnest requests of many, briefly shewing these particulars 1. What the grounds and method of our reformation ought to be in religion and learning. 2. How even in these times of distraction, the worke may be advanced. By the knowledge of Orientall tongues and Jewish mysteries. By an agency for advancement of universall learning. Published by Samuel Hartlib. Aprill 24. 1649. Imprimatur Joseph Caryl.
Dury, John, 1596-1680. / [1660] The plain way of peace and unity in matters of religion.: Shewed by some maxims supposed to be undeniable, which John Durie hath made use of in negotiating with all the churches. And by some expedients supposed to be effectual, which he hath endeavoured to make practicable among the churches, for the preserving and promoting of the Protestant religion abroad. And now are offered for the preventing of further breaches, and the settlement of unity amongst our selves at home.
Dury, John, 1596-1680. / [1642] A petition to the Honourable House of the Commons in England now assembled in Parliament whereunto are added certaine considerations shewing the necessity of a correspondencie in spirituall matters betwixt all Protestant churches by John Dury.
Dury, John, 1596-1680. / [1648] A peace-maker without partiality and hypocrisie. Or The gospel-way to make up the present breaches of brotherhood, and heale the divisions, whereby some of the reforming professors and ministers of the kindome at the time, sadly dishonour their profession, mainley obstruct our reformation, utterly destroy the safe constitution both of church and state. Wherein are handled, 1. How the meanes of Christian peace, as well civill as ecclesiasticall, may bee found and ought to bee followed, both by pastors and people. 2. What are the speciall lets of Ecclesiasticall reconciliation, and what the causes of divisions are, and how to be remedied. 3. What are the grounds, termes and motives of brotherly unitie and forbearance, which the ministers and members of the churches of England ought ot professe and practise one towards another for the gospels sake. / All written upon severall occasions and at severall times by Mr. John Dury, one of the assembly of divines, &c. and now published by Samuel Hartlib, to whom they were sent.
Dury, John, 1596-1680. / [1650] Objections against the taking of the engagement answered. Or, Some scruples of conscience, which a godly minister in Lancashire did entertain against the taking of the engagement. Resolved by J.D. wherein the chief mistakes of weak consciences, about the matter of the engagement, are in a friendly way discovered, and rectified by scripture-grounds and right reason; and published for the satisfaction of others, who may be scrupled in the same kind.
Dury, John, 1596-1680. / [1641] Motives to induce the Protestant princes to mind the worke of peace ecclesiasticall amongst themselves.:
Dury, John, 1596-1680. / [1647] A model of church-government: or, The grounds of the spirituall frame and government of the house of God. Shewing, what the holy Scriptures have therein delivered; what the best Reformed Churches do practise; what the tender consciences may rest in. For the better satisfaction of such as scruple at the work of reformation, declared and appointed by severall ordinances of Parliament. / By John Dury, one of the Assembly of Divines; who hath travelled heretofore in the work of peace among the churches.
Dury, John, 1596-1680. / [Anno 1641] A memoriall concerning peace ecclesiasticall amongst Protestants.: By John Dury.
Dury, John, 1596-1680. / [1645] Madam, although my former freedom in writing might rather give me occasion to beg pardon for a fault committed ...
Dury, John, 1596-1680. / [Printed in the yeere M.DC.XLI. 1641] John Dury his petition to the Honourable House of Commons in England, now assembled in Parliament.:
Dury, John, 1596-1680. / [1646] Israels call to march out of Babylon unto Jerusalem: opened in a sermon before the Honourable House of Commons assembled in Parliament, Novemb. 26, 1645, being the day of publique humiliation. / By John Durye, a member of the Assembly of Divines. Published by order of the House of Commons.
Dury, John, 1596-1680. / [1659] The interest of England in the Protestant cause
Dury, John, 1596-1680. / [1654] Gospel-communion in the way of godlines sued for by the Protestant churches in Germany, unto the churches of Great Britain and Ireland / in a letter written and sent hither to that effect.
Dury, John, 1596-1680. / [1644] An epistolary discourse wherein (amongst other particulars) these following questions are briefly resolved. I. Whether or no the state should tolerate the independent Government? II.If they should tolerate it, how farre, and with what limitations? III. If they should tolerate it, what course should be taken to bring them to a conformity with the Presbyterials? Written by Mr. John Dury. To Mr. Tho. Goodwin. Mr. Philip Nye. Mr. Samuel Hartlib. Published by a friend, for more common use.
Dury, John, 1596-1680. / [1657] The effect of Master Dury's negotiation for the uniting of Protestants in a Gospell interest in brief is this
Dury, John, 1596-1680. / [1658] The earnest breathings of forreign Protestants, divines & others, to the ministers and other able Christians of these three nations for a compleat body of practicall divinity ... and an essay of a modell of the said body of divinity / by J.D. ... ; together with an expedient tendered for the entertainment of strangers who are Protestants, and by their means to advance the Gospel unto their several nations and quarters ...
Dury, John, 1596-1680. / [1649] Considerations concerning the present Engagement, whether it may lawfully be entered into; yea or no? / Written at the desire of a friend, by J.D. November 27. 1649. Imprimatur, Joseph Caryl.
Dury, John, 1596-1680. / [1651] Conscience eased: or, the main scruple which hath hitherto stuck most with conscionable men, against the taking of the Engagement removed. Where amongst other things is shewed, first, how farre the oath of allegiance, and the nationall League and Covenant are obligations; either in their legall intents unalterable or at this time no more binding and alterable. Secondly. How farre in a free people the subordinate officers of the state, have a right to judge of the proceedings of a king in that state. Thirdly, how Zedekia'es case in breaking his oath to the king of Babylon, and our case in making use of our freedome from the oath of allegiance, and supremacie to the king of England doe differ. / The author, John Dury.
Dury, John, 1596-1680. / [1642] Certaine considerations shewing the necessity of a correspondencie in spirituall matters betwixt all Protestant churches an especiall meanes for effecting whereof and healing our present breaches would be a nationall synod / by John Dury.
Dury, John, 1596-1680. / [1650. i.e. 1649] A case of conscience concerning ministers medling with state matters in or out of their sermons resolved more satisfactorily then heretofore. Wherein amongst other particulars, these matters are insisted upon, and cleared. 1 How all controversies and debates among Christians ought to be handled regularly, and conscionably to edification by those that meddle therewith. 2 What the proper employments are of Christian magistrates, and Gospel-Ministers, as their works are distinct, and should be concurrent for the publick good at all times. 3 What the way of Christianity is, whereby at this time our present distractions, and publick breaches may be healed : if magistrates and ministers neglect not the main duties of their respective callings. Where a ground is layed to satisfie the scruple of the Demurrer, and of the Grand Case of Conscience. / Written by John Dury, minister of the Gospel, to give a friend satisfaction: and published at the desire of many. Octob. 3. Imprimatur, Joseph Caryl.
DuVal, P. (Pierre) / [Anno .1556. Mens .Junij .14.] A litell dialogue off [sic] the Consolator cõfortynge the Churche in hyr afflictions, taken out off [sic] the 129. psalme. / Composed in frẽche by M. Peter du Val. ; And translated into Englyshe by Robart Pownoll. Anno 1556 Mẽs Junij..
Duval, P. (Pierre), 1619-1682. / [1685] Geographia universalis: the present state of the whole world: giving an account of the several religions, customs, and riches of each people; the strength and government of each polity and state; the curious and most remarkable things in every region; with other particulars necessary to the understanding history and the interests of princes. Written originally by the Sieur Duval, Geographer in Ordinary to the French King; and made English, and enlarged by Ferrand Spence.