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Fidge, George. / [1651] Hind's ramble or, the description of his manner and course of life. Wherein is related the several robberies he hath committed in England, and the escapes he hath made upon several occasions. With his voyage into Holland, and how he cheated a Dutch-man there of 200.l. And from thence went into Ireland, where he did many robberies, and was wounded by some of his own party. With a relation of his going to the Scotch King, where he was made scoutmaster general, and afterwards (as 'tis generally reported) was the onely man that conveyed the Scotch King to London, who since is shipt away for beyond seas. A book full of delight, every story affording its particular jest.
Fidge, George. / [1652] The great eater of Grayes-Inne, or The life of Mr. Marriot the cormorant. VVherein is set forth, all the exploits and actions by him performed; with many pleasant stories of his travells into Kent and other places. Also, a rare physicall dispensatory, being the manner how he makes his cordiall broaths, pills, purgations, julips, and vomits, to keep his body in temper, and free from surfeits. / By G.F. Gent.
Fidge, George. / [1652] The English Gusman; or The history of that unparallel'd thief James Hind.: Wherein is related I. His education and manner of life; also a full relation of all the severall robberies, madd pranks, and handsom jests done by him. II. How at Hatfield he was enchanted by a witch for three years of space; and how she switch'd his horse with a white rod, and gave him a thing like a sun-dial, the point of which should direct him which way to take when persued. And III. His apprehension, examination at the councel of state, commitment to the gatehouse, and from thence to Newgate; his arraignment at the Old Baily; and the discourse betwext his father, his wife and himself in Newgate. With several cuts to illustrate the matter. / Written by G.F.
Fidoe, John, b. 1625 or 6. / [1648 i.e. 1649] The Parliament justified in their late proceedings against Charls Stuart, or a brief discourse concerning the nature and rise of government, together with the abuse of it in tyranny, and the peoples reserve.: As also an answer to a certain paper, entituled, The humble advice of the lecturers of Banbury in the county of Oxon, and Brackley in the county of Northampton. / By J: Fidoe, T: Jeanes, W: Shaw, students in Trinity-Colledge in Cambridge.
Field, John. / [1583] A godly exhortation, by occasion of the late iudgement of God, shewed at Parris-garden, the thirteenth day of Ianvaris: where were assembled by estimation; aboue a thousand persons, whereof some were slaine; & of that number, at the least, as is crediblie reported, the thirde person maimed and hurt. Giuen to all estates for their instruction, concerning the keeping of the Sabbath Day. / by Iohn Field.
Field, John, 1652-1723. / [1696] Wing-clipping no crime: being an answer to B. Bird's reply to The wandering bird's wings clipp'd.
Field, John, 1652-1723. / [1700] The weakness of George Keith's reasons for renouncing Quakerism and entering into communion with the Church of England &c. manifested and replied to by John Feild [sic]
Field, John, 1652-1723. / [1695] The wandring bird's wings clipt: or, A reply to Benjamin Bird Catholick his pagan designs.
Field, John, 1652-1723. / [1682] Thomas Crisp's envy detected and folly manifested herein and the addition following by R.R. being an answer to his book entituled, The fourth part of Babels, &c. / by J.F. Junior.
Field, John, 1652-1723. / [1700] Some observations on the remarks upon the Quakers, or, The busie priest's envy detected and folly manifested and his poor ability for his languishing-church proved ineffectual.
Field, John, 1652-1723. / [1699?] A second letter to the clergy and people of Norfolk and Suffolk by the author of the first, a member of the Church of England.
Field, John, 1652-1723. / [1693] The scorner rebuked, or, A reply to an atheistical libeller.
Field, John, 1652-1723. / [1695] A reply to Benjamin Bird's ignorance, folly, &c.: By him dedicated to his ingenious and very loving friend, Mr. William Clap of Abbots Wootton.
Field, John, 1652-1723. / [1682] J.F.'s reply unto Thomas Crisp's rapsody of lies, slanders and defamations of J.F. and R.R. &c. entituled, The fifth part of Babel builders, &c.:
Field, John, 1652-1723. / [1683] A few words to Nath. Coleman's late epistle directed to be read in the assemblies of Gods people. Shewing the falseness and unsoundness of his doctrines therein contained. Presented unto the view and perusal of him, and them that are the encouragers and spreaders thereof, or any others, to whose hands they have come, with a copy of his own condemnation, &c. Unto which is added, An answer to T. Crisp's sixth part of Babels Builders.
Field, John, 1652-1723. / [Printed in the year 1688] Friendly advice in the spirit of love unto believing parents, and their tender off-spring in relation to their Christian education.: By J.F. and R.S.
Field, John, 1652-1723. / [1696] An exhortation, by way of epistle to the friends of Christ, every where.
Field, John, 1652-1723. / [1699] A defence of An apology for the people called Quakers being in answer to a book entituled Quakerism exposed, or, Some papers deliver'd to the King and Parliament / by John Field.
Field, John, 1652-1723. / [1700] The creed-forgers detected in reply to a pamphlet falsely called the Quakers-creed, containing twelve articles / published by some, who have not joyned with Geo. Keith in his pride and contradiction, but testifie against both him, and them that joyn with him therein.
Field, John, 1652-1723. / [1681/2] A Christian-testimony born by the people of God in scorn called Quakers in London continued in their patient suffering the taking away of their goods for non-payment of tythes to the parish priests.
Field, John, 1652-1723. / [1685] The absurdity & falsness of Thomas Trion's doctrine manifested in forbidding to eat flesh, contrary to the command of God, the example of angels, Christ Jesus, and the holy apostles : and proved to be doctrine of devils, by the testimony of Holy Scriptures ...
Field, Theophilus, 1574-1636. / [1628] A watch-word, or, The allarme, or, A good take heed A sermon preached at White-Hall in the open preaching place the last Lent before King Charles. By the R.R. Father in God T.F. the then bishop of Landaffe, now of S. Dauids.
Field, Theophilus, 1574-1636. / [1622] A Christians preparation to the worthy receiuing of the blessed sacrament of the Lords Supper
Field, Theophilus, 1574-1636. / [1624.] The earths encrease. Or, a communion cup: presented to the Kings most excellent Majesty for a New-Yeeres gift. / By the reuerend Father in God, the Bishop of Landaff..
Fiennes, Nathaniel, 1607 or 8-1669. / [1642] Vnparallel'd reasons for abollishing episcopacy. 1. It will assure his Majesties authority royall. 2. Increase his revenue. 3. Settle a good union in his Majesties owne kingdomes, and between them and other reformed churches. 4. Cause a good understanding betweene his Majesty and his people. By N. F. Esquire.
Fiennes, Nathaniel, 1607 or 8-1669. / [1680] Treason's master-piece, or, A conference held at Whitehall between Oliver, the late usurper, and a committee of the then pretended Parliament who desired him to take upon him the title of King of England ... : wherein many of the leading-men of those times did, by unanswerable arguments, assert and prove monarchy to be the only legal ancient, and necessary form of government in these kingdoms / collected by a faithful hand.
Fiennes, Nathaniel, 1607 or 8-1669. / [March 15. 1642 i.e. 1643] An extraordinary deliverance, from a cruell plot, and bloudy massacre contrived by the malignants in Bristoll, for the delivering up the said city to Prince Rupert and his forces;: but discovered by Gods goodnesse two houres before it should have beene acted, the chiefe conspirators taken, and imprisoned in the castle. Fully and exactly related in a letter from Colonell Fines commander in chiefe there, to the Right Honorable the Lord Say; and three letters more, read at a conference of the Lords and Commons on Tuesday, March 14. 1642. Die Martis, 14 Martii. 1642. Ordered by the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, that these letters shall be forthwith printed and published. Io. Browne Cler. Parliamentorum.
Fiennes, Nathaniel, 1607 or 8-1669. / [1643] A relation made in the House of Commons by Col. Nathaniel Fiennes concerning the surrender of the city and castle of Bristoll, August 5. 1643 together with the transcripts and extracts of certain letters wherein his care for the preservation of the city doth appear.
Fiennes, Nathaniel, 1607 or 8-1669. / [1641 i.e. 1642] Master Fynes his speech in Parliament: touching the proffer of the citie of London by the Lord Maior: on Thursday the 17. of February, 1641. to disburse 60000l. towards the suppressing the rebellion in Ireland.
Fiennes, Nathaniel, 1607 or 8-1669. / [1643] Colonell Fiennes his reply to a pamphlet entitvled, An answer to Colonell Nathaniel Fiennes relation concerning his surrender of the city and castle of Bristol by Clem. Walker: which said answer is here reprinted verbatim. Ordered to be printed.
Filmer, Edward, b. ca. 1657. / [1697] The unnatural brother a tragedy, as it was acted by His Majesty's servants at the theatre in Little Lincolns-Inn-Fields.
Filmer, Robert, Sir, d. 1653. / [Printed in the year, 1648] The necessity of the absolute power of all kings:: and in particular, of the King of England.
Filmer, Robert, Sir, d. 1653. / [Printed in the year, 1648] The anarchy of a limited or mixed monarchy. Or, A succinct examination of the fundamentals of monarchy, both in this and other kingdoms, as well about the right of power in kings, as of the originall or naturall liberty of the people. A question never yet disputed, though most necessary in these times.
Finch of Fordwich, John Finch, Baron, 1584-1660. / [1641] The coppy of a letter sent from Iohn Lord Finch, late Lord Keeper, to his friend Dr. Cozens with a commemoration of the favours Dr. Cozens shewed him in his vice-chancellorship : unto vvhich is annexed a good admonition to Protestants.
Finch, Henry, Alderman of Londonderry. / [1649] A true relation of the twenty weeks siege of London derry, by the Scotch, Irish, and dis-affected English,: with the daily proceeding passages thereof: as also the number of men killd, and taken prisoners on both sides. / Related in two letters from Captaine Henry Finch, one of the Captains of London derry, and one of the Aldermen of the city. To his friend in London.
Finch, Henry, Sir, d. 1625. / [1627] Lavv, or, a discourse thereof in foure bookes. Written in French by Sir Henrie Finch Knight, his Maiesties Serieant at Law. And done into English by the same author.
Finch, Henry, Sir, d. 1625. / [1654] A summary of the common law of England as it stood in force, before it was altered by statute or acts of Parliament / extracted (for the most part) out of the French and English copies of Sir Henry Finch, Kt., his learned treatise of the law, and digested into certain tablets for the help and delight of such students as affect method.
Finch, Martin, 1628?-1698. / [1695] A sermon preach'd upon the death of that pious and learned divine, John Collinges, D.D. the 25th day of January, 1690 : from Acts 13, 36 / by Martin Fynch ...
Finch, Martin, 1628?-1698. / [1680] Of the conversion of sinners to God in Christ: The [bracket] 1. necessity, 2. nature, [double bracket] 3. means, 4. signs of it. With a concluding speech to the unconverted. / By Martin Fynch ...
Finch, Martin, 1628?-1698. / [1658] A manuall of practical divinity for the benefit of weak Christians; the informing their judgements, the quickning their affections, and directing their conversation. With several things that may be of use for the convincing and awakening those that are yet in their natural estate. By Martin Fynch, pastor of the Church of Christ at Tetney in Lincoln-shire.
Finch, Martin, 1628?-1698. / [1653] Milk for babes in Christ: or Meditations, observations, and experiences. Divers cases of consceince resolved. The glorious priviledges of them that are Christs, with the way to know whether we are of that blessed number. Also, election before the foundation of the world asserted, and the faith of Gods elect, what it is: together with Christs compassions to sinners. / By Martin Fynch, a weak labourer in the Lords harvest, in Lincolnshire.
Finch, Martin, 1628?-1698. / [1691] An answer to Mr. Thomas Grantham's book, called, A dialogue between the Baptist and the Presbyterian by Martin Finch.
Finch, Martin, 1628?-1698. / [1656] Animadversions upon Sir Henry Vanes book, entituled The retired mans meditations. Examining his doctrine concerning Adam's fall, Christs person, and sufferings, justification, common and special grace; and many other things in his book. / By Martin Finch, preacher of the Gospel.
Finet, John, Sir, 1571-1641. / [1656] Finetti Philoxenis: som choice observations of Sr. John Finett knight, and master of the ceremonies to the two last Kings, touching the reception, and precedence, the treatment and audience, the puntillios and contests of forren ambassadors in England.
Finglas, John, Prebend of St. Audoens, Dublin. / [1695] A sermon preached at the Chappel Royal in the Tower, upon Sunday the sixth day of January, 1694/5, being the feast of the Epiphany as also the day whereon the greatest part of that audience appeared in deep mourning, upon the death of Her Sacred Majesty, our late gracious Queen Mary / by John Finglas ...
Finglas, John, Prebend of St. Audoens, Dublin. / [Printed in the year 1695] A sermon preached at Deptford before the brethren of Trinity-House of Deptford-Strond on Trinity Monday being the day of their annual election of a new master and wardens / by John Finglas, prebendary of St. Audoens, Dublin.
Fioravanti, Leonardo, 1518-1588. / [1652. i.e. 1651] Three exact pieces of Leonard Phioravant Knight, and Doctor in Physick, viz. his Rationall secrets, and Chirurgery, reviewed and revived. Together with a book of excellent Experiments and secrets, collected out of the practises of severall expert men in both faculties.: Whereunto is annexed Paracelsus his One hundred and fourteen experiments : with certain excellent works of B.G. à Portu Aquitano. Also Isaac Hollandus his Secrets concerning his vegetall and animall work. With Quercetanus his Spagyrick antidotary for gun-shot.
Fioravanti, Leonardo, 1518-1588. / [1659] An exact collection of the choicest and more rare experiments and secrets in physick and chyrurgery (both cymick and Galenick) viz. of Leonard Phioravant, Knight and doctour in physick and chyrurgery, his Rational secrets and chyrurgery &c. : whereunto is annexed Paracelsus's One hundred and fourteen experiments : with certain excellent works of G.B. áa ortu Aquitano ; also Isaac Holandus, his secrets concerning his vegetal and animal work : with Quercetanus his Spagyrick antidotary for gun-shot : also certain collections out of some manuscripts of Dr. Edwards and other physitians of note ...
Fioravanti, Leonardo, 1518-1588. / [1626] A discourse vpon chyrurgery: written by that famous doctour and knight, Signior Leonardo Phiorauanti, Bolognese. VVith a declaration of many wonderfull matters necessary to be knowne; with most notable secret found out by the said authour. Translated out of Italian by Iohn Hester, and now newly published and augmented, for the benefite of this country: by Richard Booth, Gent.
Fire Office (London, England) / [1682] A table of the insurance office at the back-side of the Royal-Exchange, shewing the premium, or rate of insurance for brick-houses (the same to be reckoned double for timber) from one pound per annum rent to an hundred ...:
Fire Office (London, England) / [1681] September, the 16th. 1681. An advertisement from the Insurance-Office for Houses, &c.
Fire Office (London, England) / [1681] Observations on the proposals of the City, to insure houses in case of fire.
Firmin, Giles, 1614-1697. / [1692] Weighty questions discussed I. Whether imposition of hands in separating a person to the work of the ministry be necessry?, II. Whether it be essential to the right constitution of a particular church, that the teaching elders and the members meet alwayes in one place? : whereunto is added a prediction of Mr. Daniel Rogers, minister in Essex, long before the beheading King Charles I and Arch-Bishop Laud, foretelling that they should not dye a natural death / by Giles Firmin ...
Firmin, Giles, 1614-1697. / [1659] Tythes vindicated from anti-christianisme and oppression. Or A brief discourse concerning ministers maintenance and tythes. Wherein is proved, that, paying and receiving of tythes doe not deny Christ to be come in the flesh, as the Kentish petitioners to the Parliament, Anno 1651. and with them now the Quakers doe clamorously affirm: choosing rather to lye in prison then pay tythes, as being a testimony that Christ is come in the flesh. With a short caveat to the weaker sort of people to beware of these deluded and deluding Quakers. By G. Firmin pastor of the church in Shalford in Essex.
Firmin, Giles, 1614-1697. / [1656] Stablishing against shaking: or, A discovery of the Prince of Darknesse (scarcely) transformed into an angel of light, powerfully now working in the deluded people called, Quakers: with a sober answer to their railings against ministers for receiving maintenance from their people. Being the substance of one sermon preached Feb. 17. 1655. at Shalford in Essex. / By Giles Firmin (pastour of the church there) upon occasion of the Quakers troubling those parts.
Firmin, Giles, 1614-1697. / [MDCXCII. 1692] Some remarks upon the Anabaptist answer (sold by John Harris) to the Athenian mercuries: and some upon his answer, who styles himself Philalethes Pasiphilus.
Firmin, Giles, 1614-1697. / [1653] A sober reply to the sober answer of Reverend Mr. Cawdrey, to A serious question propounded viz. whether the ministers of England are bound by the word of God to baptise the children of all such parents, which say they believe in Jesus Christ, but are grosly ignorant, scandalous in their conversations, scoffers at godliness, and refuse to submit to church dicipline ... : also, the question of Reverend Mr. Hooker concerning the baptisme of infants : with a post-script to Reverend Mr. Blake / by G.I. Firmin ...
Firmin, Giles, 1614-1697. / [1651] A serious question stated whether the ministers of England are bound by the word of God to baptize the children of all such parents which say they beleeve in Jesus Christ, but are grosly ignorant, scandalous in their conversations, scoffers at godliness, and refuse to submit to church-discipline? the negative (with submission to better judgements) is modestly defended, some things that concerne our congregationall churhes are, in the Epistle to the reader briefly touched : as also a little addition made to the contriversie against the Anabaptists, in the following discourse / by G. Firmin ...
Firmin, Giles, 1614-1697. / [1652] Separation examined: or, a treatise vvherein the grounds for separation from the ministry and churches of England are weighed, and found too light. The practise proved to be not onely unwarrantable, but likewise so hurtful to the churches, that church-reformation cannot with any comfort go forward, so long as such separation is tolerated. Also an humble request presented to the congregational divines, that since the differences between them and the classical-divines are very small they would please to strike in with the classical-divines in carrying on the worke of reformation, before the inundation of these corrupt opinions, have destroyed both ordinances and religion. / By Gi. Firmin minister to the church in Shalford in essex.
Firmin, Giles, 1614-1697. / [1688] Scripture-warrant sufficient proof for infant-baptism: being a reply to Mr. Grantham's Presumption no proof Wherein his pretended answer to two questions propounded to the Anabaptists by G.F. is examined, and found to be no answer. With a brief discourse upon infant-regeneration, denyed by Anabaptists. Baptism without dipping valid. By Giles Firmin.
Firmin, Giles, 1614-1697. / [1670] The real Christian, or, A treatise of effectual calling wherein the work of God is drawing the soul to Christ ... : to which is added, in the epistle to the reader, a few words concerning Socinianisme ... / by Giles Firmin ...
Firmin, Giles, 1614-1697. / [1681] The questions between the conformist and nonconformist, truly stated, and briefly discussed Dr. Falkner, The friendly debate &c., examined and answered : together with a discourse about separation, and some animadversions upon Dr. Stillingfleet's book entituled, The unreasonableness of separation : observations upon Dr. Templers sermon preached at a visitation in Cambridge : a brief vindication of Mr. Stephen Marshal.
Firmin, Giles, 1614-1697. / [1660] Presbyterial ordination vindicated. In a brief and sober discourse concerning episcopacy, as claiming greater power, and more eminent offices by divine right, then presbyterie. The arguments of the Reverend Bishop Dr Davenant in his determination for such episcopacy are modestly examined. And arguments for the validity of presbyterial ordination added. With a brief discourse concerning imposed forms of prayer, and ceremonies. Written by G.F. minister of the gospel in defence of his own ordination, being questioned, because it was performed by Presbyters.
Firmin, Giles, 1614-1697. / [1683] The plea of the children of believing-parents for their interest in Abraham's covenant, their right to church-member-ship with their parents, and consequently their title to baptism. The cause of publishing this discourse after so many learned men have laboured in this province, is declared in the preface to the reader. By Giles Firmin.
Firmin, Giles, 1614-1697. / [1693] Panergia a brief review of Mr. Davis's vindication, giving no satisfaction : being for the greatest part of it, no direct answer to what is charged upon him, but meer evasions, to deceive his reader : things that tends to practise, are chiefly insisted upon, other things but lightly touched : to which is added remarks upon some passages of Mr. Crisp in his book entituled Christ alone exalted : the reason of the authors engaging in this controversy, is given in the preface to the reader / by Giles Firmin ...
Firmin, Giles, 1614-1697. / [1658] Of schism. Parochial congregations in England, and ordination by imposition of hands. Wherein Dr. Owen's discovery of the true nature of schism is briefly and friendly examined, together with Mr. Noyes of New England his arguments against imposition of hands in ordination. / By Giles Firmin, sometime of new England, now pastor of the Church at Shalford in Essex.
Firmin, Giles, 1614-1697. / [Printed in the year 1672] Meditations upon Mr. Baxter's review of his treatise of the duty of heavenly meditation in answer to the exceptions of Giles Firmin, against some things in that treatise concerning meditation : published for the satisfaction of many sincere Christians troubled at their inability to perform that duty as the said author (and some others with him) have described it and charged it / by Giles Firmin.
Firmin, Giles, 1614-1697. / [1661] The liturgical considerator considered, or, A brief view of Dr. Gauden's considerations touching the liturgy of the Church of England wherein the reasons by him produced for imposing the said liturgy upon all, are found to be so weak, his defence of things offensive in it so slight, the arguments against the liturgy by himselfe afforded, are so strong, that some, who upon His Majesties declaration did incline to the liturgy, are now further from it, by reading his wordy discourse about it : also some reasons humbly rendered, why many ministers, as yet cannot conform to that liturgy, but not out of disloyalty, pride, ingratitude, peevishness, nor schismatical petulancy, as the sarcastical pen of this uncharitable doctor hath published ... / by G.F.
Firmin, Giles, 1614-1697. / [M DC LXXXIX i.e. 1689] The answer of Giles Firmin, to the vain and unprofitable question put to him, and charged upon him by Mr. Grantham, in his book, entituled, The infants advocate : viz. whether the greatest part of dying infants shall be damned? : Which advocate, while he shuts all infants out of the visible church, and denies them baptism, opens heaven to all dying infants, justifying those of his party, who admit them all as he doth, into Heaven without regeneration.
Firth, William. / [1662] A saints monument, or, The tomb of the righteous the foundation whereof was laid in a sermon preached at Knath in the county of Lincoln at the solemn interment of the corps of the right honourable and truly religious Lady Elizabeth, wife of the right honourable Francis, Lord Willughby, Baron of Parham, March 26, 1661, and since finished : whereunto is annexed her exemplary and unparalleled conversation / by Wil. Firth, M.A. and chaplain to the right honourable Francis Lord Willughby, Baron of Parham.
Fish, Simon, d. 1531. / [1529?] A supplicacyon for the beggers
Fisher, A. (Abigail) / [1690] A salutation of true love to all faithful friends, brethren and sisters in the fellowship of the blessed truth with an addition of tender love to all younger convinced friends in and about London &c. : also a few words of advice to the children of believing and faithful parents.
Fisher, A. (Abigail) / [1694] A few lines in true love to such that frequent the meetings of the people called Quakers and love to hear the sound of truth but are not yet come to obey the testimony of it, that they may also hear and learn to read at home : with a second addition as a confirmation of what the Lord requires at your hands.
Fisher, Abigail. / [1696] An epistle in the love of God to Friends, with a little chiefly to their tender children. : To which is added a few lines to such that may be farther grown in the truth.
Fisher, Ambrose, d. 1617. / [1630] A defence of the liturgie of the Church of England, or, Booke of common prayer In a dialogue betweene Nouatus and Irenæus. By Ambrose Fisher, sometimes of Trinitie Colledge in Cambridge.
Fisher, Edward, fl. 1627-1655. / [1655] Questions preparatory to the better, free, and more Christian administration of the Lords Supper by E.F., Esq.
Fisher, Edward, fl. 1627-1655. / [1647] A touch-stone for a communicant. Serving for the true triall of a mans fitnesse or unfitnesse to come to the sacrament of the Lords Supper. Very needfull and necessary for these times wherin people are more then ordinarily put upon the triall. In a dialogue betwixt a minister of the Gospel Zacheus a worthy communicant and Simon an unworthy communicant. By E.F. Imprimatur, Joseph Caryl.
Fisher, Edward, fl. 1627-1655. / [1643] The Scriptures harmony by E.F., Esq.
Fisher, Edward, fl. 1627-1655. / [1647. i.e. 1646] Londons gate to the Lords Table. Where the eldership doth sit doing their office aright, in discovering and shutting out the ignorant, prophane, and meere civill honest man : in suspending the suspected formall, legall, and antinomisticall professor, and in drawing in the weakest humble beleeving soule. In a dialogue betweene a minister of the Gospell. Alexander an ignorant prophane man. Simon a proud professor. And Matthias an humble penitent. Imprimatur Edmund Calamy.
Fisher, Edward, fl. 1627-1655. / [1644] The feast of feasts, or, The celebration of the sacred nativity of our blessed Lord and Saviour, Jesvs Christ grounded upon the Scriptures and confirmed by the practice of the Christian church in all ages.
Fisher, Edward, fl. 1627-1655. / [1650] Faith in five fundamentall principles, strongly fortified against the diabolical, atheisticall, blasphemous batteries of these times Serving for the conviction of opposers, the satisfaction of doubters, and the confirmation of believers. In a conference which a godly independent minister and a godly Presbyterian minister had with a doubting Christian. By E.F. a seeker of the truth.
Fisher, Edward, fl. 1627-1655. / [1650] A Christian caveat to the old and new sabbatarians. Or, A vindication of our Gospel-festivals. Wherein is held forth, I. That the feast of Christs nativity is grounded upon the scriptures; was observed in the pure, antient, apostolique times; and is approved by all reformed churches. II. That Christ was born on the 25th. day of December; and all objections to the contrary refuted. III. An answer to XVI. Quæres, touching the rise and observation of Christmas, propounded by Mr. Joseph Heming of Uttoxeter. IV. The originall and true ground of the Lords Day. V. The just meaning and nature of the Sabbath. / By a lover of truth; a defender of Christian liberty; and an hearty desirer of peace, internall, externall, eternall, unto all men.
Fisher, Edward, fl. 1627-1655. / [1643] An appeale to thy conscience as thou wilt answere it at the great and dreadfull day of Christ Iesus.
Fisher, John, Saint, 1469-1535. / [M. DC. XXXX 1640] A treatise of prayer, and of the fruits and manner of prayer. By the most Reuerend Father in God Iohn Fisher Bishop of Rochestre, Preist and most eminent Cardinall of the most holy Catholike Church, of the title of S. Vitalis. Translated into English by R.A.B.
Fisher, Payne, 1616-1693. / [1668] The catalogue of most of the memorable tombes, grave-stones, plates, escutcheons, or atchievements in the demolisht or yet extant churches of London from St. Katharines beyond the Tower to Temple-Barre the out parishes being included : a work of great weight and conseqvently to be indulged and contenanced by such who are gratefully ambitious of preserving the memory of their ancestors / by P. Fisher somtimes Serjant Major of Foot.
Fisher, Payne, 1616-1693. / [1682] The atchievements of the Kings of England since King Egbert of the Saxon race
Fisher, Peter, fl. 1648. / [1648] For the right vvorshipful the knights and gentlemen committees for the county of Suffolke. Gentlemen: that this county may recieve satisfaction, that the moneys raysed upon them, hath been imployed for their own defence, and use of the publick, not to any private interest (as rumored) hath occasioned the publishing of these accompts, whereby your integrity and fidelity will be manifested: I am bold to affirm, that I can find but 865 19 0 payd to you for your attendance six yeares as committees) upon the service of the county, but payed out of the sequestred estates of delinquents: / other accompts (deo volente) ere long shall be published by him, who is ready to serve Gentlemen, you and the publick, Peter Fisher.
Fisher, Samuel, 1605-1665. / [1660] An additional appendix to the book entituled Rusticus ad academicos, or, The country correcting the clergy ... by S. Fisher.
Fisher, William, student of diuinitie. / [1580] A sermon preached at Paules crosse the firste Sunday after Newyeeres day, beeing the thirde day of Ianuary. 1580. By William Fisher student of diuinitie
Fishing Society (Scotland). / [1678] Act by the general meeting of the Fishing Society, licencing the exportation of herrings. At Edinburgh, the 12. day of July, 1678.
Fiske, John, 1601-1677. / [1657] The watering of the olive plant in Christs garden. Or A short catechism for the first entrance of our Chelmesford children: Enlarged by a three-fold appendix / by John Fisk ...
Fitch, James, 1622-1702. / [1674] An holy connexion, or, A true agreement between Jehovahs being a wall of fire to his people and the glory in the midst thereof or a word in season to stir up to a solemn acknowledgement of the gracious protection of God over his people, and especially to a holy care that the presence of God may yet be continued with us : as it was delivered in a sermon preached at Hartford on Connecticut in N.E. May 14, 1674, being the day of election there / by James Fitch ...
Fitch, James, 1622-1702. / [1672] Peace, the end of the perfect and upright demonstrated and usefully improved in a sermon preached upon the occasion of the death and decease of that piously affected and truely religious matron, Mrs. Anne Mason ... / by Mr. James Fitch ...
Fitch, James, 1622-1702. / [1679] The first pinciples [sic] of the doctrine of Christ together with stronger meat for them that are skil'd in the word of righteousness, or, the doctrine of living unto God, wherein the body of divinity is briefly and methodically handled by way of question and answer / published at the desire and for the use of the Church of Christ in Norwich in New-England by James Fitch.
Fitch, James, 1622-1702. / [1683] An explanation of the solemn advice, recommended by the Council in Connecticut Colony, to the inhabitants of that jurisdiction, respecting the reformation of those evils, which have been the procuring cause of the late judgments upon New-England. By Mr. James Fitch ...
Fitz-Brian, R. / [1659] The good old cause dress'd in it's primitive lustre,: and set forth to the view of all men. Being a short and sober narrative of the great revolutions of affairs in these later times. By R. Fitz-Brian, an affectionate lover of his country.
Fitz-Geffry, Charles, 1575?-1638. / [1622] Elisha his lamentation, for his owne, and all Israels losse, in Elijah The subiect of a sermon, preached at the funeralls of the Right Worshipfull Sir Anthony Rous, late of Halton in Cornwall, Knight. By Charles Fitz-Geffry.
Fitz-Geffry, Charles, 1575?-1638. / [1620] Deaths sermon unto the liuing Delivered at the funerals of the religious ladie Philippe, late wife vnto the Right Worshipfull Sr. Anthonie Rous of Halton in Cornwall Knight. By Charles Fitz-Geffry.
Fitz-Geffry, Charles, 1575?-1638. / [an. Dom. 1634] The blessed birth-day celebrated in some pious meditations, on the angels anthem. Luke 2. 14. Also holy raptures in contemplating of the most obserueable adjuncts about our Saviours nativitie. By Charles Fitz-Geffry.
Fitzgerald, Edward, fl. 1647. / [1647] The copie of the Lord Fitz-gerralds letter intercepted: discovering a bloody and most horrible plot to kill, burn, and spoyl all the Protestants, by the army of the rebels in Ireland. Which letter was sent to his cosen Sir Luke Fitzgerrald. Published for the kingdome to see the present horrid designes of the papists in Ireland.
Fitzgerald, James, counsellor at law. / [1697] The case of James Fitz-Gerald Esq; counsellor at law; upon a petition to the Commons of England in Parliament assembled.
Fitzgerald, R. (Robert) / [1683] Salt-water sweetned; or, A true account of the great advantages of this new invention both by sea & land:: together with a full and satisfactory answer to all apparent difficulties. : Also the approbation of the Colledge of Physicians. : Likewise a Letter of the Honourable Robert Boyle to a friend upon the same subject.
Fitzgerald, R. (Robert) / [1684] Nouvelles experiences, & utiles remarques, sur L'eau de mer dessalee, suivant la nouvelle invention du Sieur Fitzgerald & de ses associez. Comprises dans ce traité, tres humblement dedié à sa Majesté Britannique, par un membre du college des medecins de Londres, & de la Societe Royale. Et traduit de l'Anglois par le Sieur Guy Miege
Fitzgerald, R. (Robert) / [1684] Additions au traité de l'eau de mer douce faisant voir les avantages qui en reviennent tant sur mer que sur terre : avec la lettre de Mr. Boyle & le sentiment du college des medecins de Londres sur la qualité de cette eau : outre les nouvelles experiences du Sieur Nehemie Crew, membre de ce college & de la societé royale / le tout traduit de l'Anglois par le sieur Guy Miege.
Fitzharris, Edward, 1648?-1681. / [1681] The proceedings about Mr. Fitz-Harris, concerning his plea to the indictment of high treason, at the Kings-Bench-Bar in Westminster-Hall, on Wednesday May the 11th. 1681.
Fitzharris, Edward, 1648?-1681. / [1681] The confession of Edward Fitz-Harys, Esq. written with his own hand, and delivered to Dr. Hawkins, minister of the Tower, July 1, 1681, being the day of his execution : together with his last speech.
Fitzherbert, Anthony, Sir, 1470-1538. / [1538?] In this booke is contayned the offices of sheryffes, bailliffes of liberties, escheatours co[n]stables and coroners [and] sheweth what euery one of the[m] maye do by vertue of theyr offices, drawen out of bokes of the comon lawe [and] of the statutes. Cum priuilegio.
Fitzherbert, Thomas, 1552-1640. / [Anno Domini 1610] The second part of a treatise concerning policy, and religion Wherein the necessity, fruite, and dignity of christian religion, in common welth, is euidently showed, with the absurdity of false religions, and the danger, and dammage, that ensueth thereof to all states; and by the way somme philosophical, moral, and politicall matters are treated ... finally it is clearely proued, that the catholique Roman religion only doth make a happy common welth. Written by Thomas Fitzherbert Esquyre, and Catholique priest.
Fitzherbert, Thomas, 1552-1640. / [M. DC. XXI. 1621] The obmutesce of F.T. to the Epphata of D. Collins. Or The reply of F.T. to D. Collins his defence of my Lord of VVinchesters answere to Cardinall Bellarmines Apology In which reply M. Collins is conuinced of most manifest frauds, falsityes, fooleryes, & lyes. Written by Thomas Fitzherbert Priest of the Society of Iesus, in defence of his adioynder impugned by M. Collins: wherein the authors name was cyphred with the two letters F.T.
Fitzherbert, Thomas, 1552-1640. / [M.DC.VI. 1606] The first part of a treatise concerning policy, and religion Wherein the infirmitie of humane wit is amply declared, with the necessitie of Gods grace, and true religion for the perfection of policy; and by the way some political matters are treated; diuers principles of Macchiauel confuted ... with a confutation of the arguments of atheists, against the prouidence of God ... Written by Thomas Fitzherbert Esquire, and Catholique priest, for the benefite of young statists.
Fitzsimon, Henry, b. 1566. / [Anno. 1608] A Catholike confutation of M. Iohn Riders clayme of antiquitie and a caulming comfort against his caueat. In which is demonstrated, by assurances, euen of protestants, that al antiquitie, for al pointes of religion in controuersie, is repugnant to protestancie. Secondly, that protestancie is repugnant particularlie to al articles of beleefe. Thirdly, that puritan plots are pernitious to religion, and state. And lastly, a replye to M. Riders Rescript; with a discouerie of puritan partialitie in his behalfe. By Henry Fitzimon of Dublin in Irland, of the Societie of Iesus, priest.