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Erasmus, Desiderius, d. 1536. / [1567] A very mery and pleasaunt historie done not long since, in this realm of England written in Latine by Erasmus of Roterodame, dialoguewise, vnder the title of A coniuration or spirite ; newly translated into English, by Thomas Iohnson.
Erasmus, Desiderius, d. 1536. / [1550?] Two dyaloges wrytten in laten by the famous clerke, D.Erasm[us] of Roterodame, one called Polyphemus or the gospeller, the other dysposyng of thynges and names, translated in to Englyshe by Edmonde Becke. And prynted at Cantorbury in saynt Paules paryshe by Ioh[a]n Mychell
Erasmus, Desiderius, d. 1536. / [1673] The pope shut out of heaven gates, or, A dialogue between Pope Julius the 2d, his Genius, and Saint Peter wherein is most elegantly, learnedly, and wittily set forth how Pope Julius (after death) imperiously knocking at heaven gates, is absolutely denied entrance by Saint Peter, so that though having been alwayes stil'd His Holiness, and made famous by his warlike actions, whereby he hoped to become Lord of heaven, he is notwithstanding delivered over as a slave to Satan, and hurried away to the Devil's mansion / exactly from the original of the famous and learned Erasmus Roterodamus.
Erasmus, Desiderius, d. 1536. / [1668] Moriæ encomium, or, The praise of folly written originally in Latine by Des. Erasmus of Rotterdam ; and translated into English by John Wilson.
Erasmus, Desiderius, d. 1536. / [1560] The ciuilitie of childehode with the discipline and institucion of children, distributed in small and compe[n]dious chapiters / and translated oute of French into Englysh, by Thomas Paynell.
Erasmus, Desiderius, d. 1536. / [1568] A modest meane to mariage, pleasauntly set foorth by that famous clarke Erasmus Roterodamus, and translated into Englishe by N.L. Anno. 1568
Erasmus, Desiderius, d. 1536. / [Anno. M.D.L. 1550] Flores aliquot sententiarum ex variis collecti scriptoribus. = The flowres of sencies gathered out of sundry wryters by Erasmus in Latine and Englished by Rychard Tauerner. Huic libello non male conuenient Mimi illi Publiani nuper ab eodem Richardo versi
Erasmus, Desiderius, d. 1536. / [Anno. 1554] The epistle of Erasmus Roterodamus, sente vnto Conradus Pelicanus concerning his opinion of the blessed sacrament of Christes body and bloude.
Erastus, Thomas, 1542-1583. / [1659] The nullity of church-censures: or A dispute written by that illustrious philosopher, expert physician, and pious divine Dr Thomas Erastus, publick professor in the University of Heidelbertge, and Basil. Wherein is proved by the holy Scriptures, and sound reason; that excommunication, and church-senates or members, exercising the same, are not of divine institution; but a meere humane invention.
Eratt, William, 1655 or 6-1702. / [MDCC. 1700] Anabaptism considered Wherein the chief objections of that sect against infant-baptism, and the manner of baptizing by aspersion, or sprinkling, are fairly stated and answered; and reasons given why dipping is not to be taken as the essential or necessary mode of administration. In a familiar letter of advice to a parishioner inclining that way. By William Eratt, M.A. and minister of Hatfield near Doncaster.
Erbery, William, 1604-1654. / [1652 i.e. 1653?] The sword doubled to cut off both the righteous and the wicked; drawn forth in two following discourses, by William Erberie.
Erbery, William, 1604-1654. / [1654] An olive-leaf: or, Some peaceable considerations to the Christian meeting at Christs-Church in London, Munday, Jan. 9. 1653.: Also, the reign of Christ, and the saints with him, on earth, a thousand yeers, one day, and the day at hand. By William Erbery.
Erbery, William, 1604-1654. / [1653] A monstrous dispute: or, The language of the beast, in two men professing themselves ministers of the Gospel; both proved at a publike dispute in Lumber-street, Oct. 12. 1653. I. That they are no men, but beasts. II. That they are no ministers, but monsters. William Erbery.
Erbery, William, 1604-1654. / [1654] The man of peace: or, The glorious appearance of the great God in his people, rising as a man of war, to waste the Assyrian, that is, the mighty oppressor, or enemy to our peace. Being a second olive-leaf, springing 1. To heal the nation, or people of the land. 2. To humble the princes, or people of the Lord. 3. To heighten the spirits of the English, above all the nations about, to break them, or bring them in (with us) to the government of Jesus. By William Erbery.
Erbery, William, 1604-1654. / [1653] Ministers for tythes, being a manifest proof that these men are no ministers of the Gospel, who follow the magistrate for a worldly maintenance, and fee the lawyers to plead for tythes. By Willam [sic] Erbery.
Erbery, William, 1604-1654. / [Printed 1653] The mad mans plea: or, A sober defence of Captaine Chillintons church. Shewing the destruction and derision ready to fall on all the baptized churches, not baptized with fire, whose forms of religion shall be made ridiculous among men, when the power of righteousness and glorious appearance of God in his people shall come to the nation. By W. E.
Erbery, William, 1604-1654. / [1648] The Lord of Hosts: or, God guarding the camp of the saints, and the beloved city. Revel. 20.9. Wherein is declared, that God is now rising as a man of warr in the saints, by whom he will destroy all the oppressors and oppressions of men; with salvation and settlement to the kingdomes of the earth. / By William Erbery.
Erbery, William, 1604-1654. / [1654] Jack Pudding: or, A minister made a black-pudding. Presented to Mr. R. Farmer parson of Nicholas Church in Bristol: by W.E.
Erbery, William, 1604-1654. / [1654] The great earthquake, Revel. 16. 18. or, Fall of all the churches.: Discovering the apostasie of purest churches, not yet sensible of their spiritual whoredoms, EZek. 43.9, 10. Or, The great whore made bare and naked before she be judged, and her flesh burnt with fire, Rev. 27. 16. Proving, that none indeed deny the ordinances of Christ, but present churches not being in a Gospel-order. By William Erbery.
Erbery, William, 1604-1654. / [1652] The grand oppressor, or the terror of tithes; first felt, and now confest: By William Erberie.
Erbery, William, 1604-1654. / [1653] A call to the churches; or, A packet of letters to the pastors of Wales presented to the baptized teachers there.: With a postscript of a Welsh dispute. By Will. Erbery.
Erbery, William, 1604-1654. / [1652 i.e. 1653] The bishop of London, the Welsh curate, and common prayers, with apocrypha in the end. By Will. Erbery.
Erbery, William, 1604-1654. / [1653] The babe of glory,: breaking forth in the broken flesh of the saints breathing out the life of God (hid in their flesh) now to be revealed and raised, Isa. 40. 5, 6. By William Erbery.
Erbery, William, 1604-1654. / [1648] The armies defence, or, God guarding the camp of the saints, and the beloved city. Shewing, that all oppressions in governors, and government shall case by the appearance of God in the saints. Whether the appearance of God in the Army, with the saints, be in contrariety or enmity to the good spirit and minde of God. Not to rebuke an evil spirit in any, but soberly to enquire whether God doth not act with highest power in the saints, when they are at lowest weakness. And whether it be their weakness to act in this way of povver / by William Erbery.
Eremnalēthēs. / [1674] An essay tending to issue the controversie about infant baptism from the parity, at least, of Scripture-light concerning infant-baptim [sic] with that of women's being admitted to the Lord's Supper, shewing that there is as good grounds out of Scripture for the one as for the other : occasioned by a tender made by H.D. in his late book against infant-baptism who is willing to put the whole controversie concerning it, upon this issue : together with an answer to the most material things in that book /
Erlam, John. / [1659] Glad tidings of the everlasting Gospel, and doctrine of eternal life With many things profitable for edification to them that fear God; but chiefly exhortations to all that thirst after the waters of life, to prepare and make ready to meet the Lord Jesus Christ, and wait for his coming in the clouds of heaven with power and great glory, according to his word. Let no one despise the day of small things, for the Lord hath hid from the wise and prudent, and revealed to babes and sucklings; he hath chosen the base and contemptible things of the world to confound the things that are high and mighty, and calleth those things which are not, as though they were. Ye saints of the most high God, lift up your heads, for the time of your redemption is nigh, even come, for the signe of the Son of man hath already appeared in the clouds of heaven, which is an infallible token of Sions deliverance. Published and declared (in love to them that mourn in Sion) by an unworthy servant of Jesus Christ, to whom it is revealed to be the least of all saints, John Erlam.
Erra Pater. / [ca. 1545] A pronostycacyon [sic] of Erra Pater, Doctor in Astronomye, and phesyke profytable for to kepe the body in helth, [and] Ptholome sayth the same.
Errington, Anthony, d. 1719? / [1654] Catechistical discovrses in vvhich, first, an easy and efficacious way is proposed for instruction of the ignorant, by a breife summe of the Christian doctrine here delivered and declared : secondly, the verity of the Romane Catholike faith is demonstrated by induction from all other religions that are in the world : thirdly, the methode of the Romane catechisme, which the Councell of Trent caused to be made, is commended to practice of instructing in doctrine, confirming in faith, and inciting to good life by catechisticall sermons / by A. E.