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Grafton, Richard, d. 1572? / [Anno Domini. 1569. the last of March] A chronicle at large and meere history of the affayres of Englande and kinges of the same deduced from the Creation of the vvorlde, vnto the first habitation of thys islande: and so by contynuance vnto the first yere of the reigne of our most deere and souereigne Lady Queene Elizabeth: collected out of sundry aucthors, whose names are expressed in the next page of this leafe.
Graile, Edmond, b. ca. 1577. / [printed in the year, 1699] Timothy's lesson: or, a summary relation of the historical part of Holy scripture plainly and familiarly comprized in metre, for the help of memory, and instruction of the ignorant. By E.G. Master in Arts, and physician of the hospital of St. Bartholomew, of the foundation of Queen Elizabeth, of the city of Gloucester.
Grana, Ottone Enrico dal Carretto, Marquis of. / [1683] The Marquiss De Grana, the King of Spain's vice-roy in the Spanish-Netherlands, his mandatory letter to all commanders, officers, and soldiers, to resist the French, and repel force with force. Done out of the original from Brussels.
Granger, Thomas, b. 1578. / [1620] A looking-glasse for Christians; or, The comfortable doctrine of adoption. Wherein euery true beleeuer may behold his blessed estate in the kingdome of grace. By Thomas Granger, preacher of Gods Word at Butterwike in Holland in Lincolnshire.
Granger, Thomas, b. 1578. / [1616] The application of scripture. Or The maner how to vse the word to most edifying. By Thomas Granger preacher of the word at Botterwike in Holland, neere Boston, in Lincolnshire.
Granger, William. / [printed, anno, 1648] A diall,: wherein is contained a remembrance of death, and the uncertainty of the time of death. With many good rules how for to lead a good life.
Grant, W. / [1657] The antiquity & excellency of globes: what a globe is, and of the circles without the globe, what the horizon is ... moreover of the circles which are described on the superficies of the globes ... all which are proper to the celestiall and terrestiall globes, with their uses ...
Grant, William, d. 1678. / [Printed in the yeare, 1641] The vindication of the vicar of Istleworth, in the county of Middlesex.: From a scandalous pamphlet, contayning one and twenty articles; invented by some, closely; subscribed unto but by six, publiquely; presented but by one, openly; and now vented in print surreptitiously (in the name of the whole parish) by a no-body. Whereunto are likewise added certaine notorious impieties and misdeameanours of Gilbert Barrell attorney, the promoter: which shall be fairely and fully proved, upon just occasion. / By William Grant vicar of Istelworth aforesaid.
Grantham, Thomas, 1634-1692. / [1667] The seventh day-Sabbath ceased as ceremonial and yet the morality of the fourth command remaineth, or, Seven reasons tending to prove that the fourth command in the Decalogue is of a different nature from the other nine ... also certain answers to some of the said reasons proved insufficient : whereunto is added a postscript, shewing the judgement of the Jews and antient Christians, touching the Sabbath-day / by Tho. Grantham.
Grantham, Thomas, 1634-1692. / [Printed in the year, 1674] The fourth principle of Christs doctrine vindicated being a brief answer to Mr. H. Danvers book, intituled, A treatise of laying on of hands, plainly evincing the true antiquity and perpetuity of that despised ministration of prayer with imposition of hands for the promise of the spirit ... / by Tho. Grantham.
Grantham, Thomas, 1634-1692. / [printed in the year, 1691] A dialogue between the Baptist and the Presbyterian. Wherein the Presbyterians are punished by their own pens, for their cruel and soul-devouring doctrines, making God the ordainer of all the sins of men and devils: and reprobating the greatest part of mankind, without any help of salvation. Whereunto is annexed, a treatise of election, intituled, The order of causes: formerly published by an eminent servant of Christ, and now republished with some explication concerning free-will. By Thomas Grantham, messenger of the baptized churches in Lincolnshire.
Grantham, Thomas, d. 1664. / [Printed, 1641] A sermon called A vvife mistaken,: or a wife and no wife : or Leah in stead of Rachel; a sermon accused for railing against women; for maintaining polygamie, many wives, for calling Iacob a hocus-pocus. A sermon laught at more than a play (by the ignorant) for many such mistakes : justified by the wise. Wisedome is iustified of her children. / By Tho. Grantham M. Art. curate of High Barnet neer London, invenies aliquem -
Grantham, Thomas, d. 1664. / [1643] A marriage sermon a sermon called A wife mistaken, or, A wife and no wife, or, Leah instead of Rachel : a sermon accused for railing against women, for maintaining poligamy, many wives, for calling Jacob a hocus-pocus : a sermon laught at more than a play (by the ignorant) for many such mistakes : iustified by the wise. Wisdome is justified of her children / by Tho. Grantham ...
Grantham, Thomas, d. 1664. / [1641] A marriage sermon a sermon called a vvife mistaken, or, A wife and no wife, or, Leah in stead of Rachel a sermon accused for railing against women : for maintaining polygamie many wives : for calling Iacob a hocus-pocus : a sermon laught at more than a play, by the ignorant, for many such mistakes : justified by the wife / by Tho. Grantham ...
Grantham, Thomas, d. 1664. / [1644] A discourse in derision of the teaching in free-schooles, and other common schooles.:
Grantham, Thomas, d. 1664. / [1656] A complaint to the Lord Protector,: by Thomas Grantham, Minister of Waddington, near Lincoln. Concerning the unjust, and illegal ejecting of miserable ministers. These are to be distributed by the author, professor of the speedy way of teaching the Hebrew, Greek and Latine tongues, living at Mr. Martins in the great Old Bayly, near the Ship.
Grapheuis, Rodulphus. / [1598] Prædictio astrologica. The great and vvonderfull prognostication, for the yeare of our Lord 1598. Written by Rodulphus Grapheus Doctor of Phisick in the Towne of Deuenter. Translated out of Dutch into English by W. P.
Grascome, Samuel, 1641-1700? / [1691] An appendix to the foregoing letter, being an answer to Mr. Humphrey Hody's Letter concerning the canons at the end of the Baroccian Manuscript.
Grascome, Samuel, 1641-1708. / [1689] A letter to Dr. W. Payne
Grascome, Samuel, 1641-1708? / [MDCXCII 1692] Two letters written to the author of a pamphlet entituled Solomon and Abiathar, or, The case of the deprived bishops and clergy discussed
Grascome, Samuel, 1641-1708? / [MDCXCI 1691] A reply to A vindication of a discourse concerning the unreasonableness of a new separation &c.
Grascome, Samuel, 1641-1708? / [1693] Considerations upon the second canon in the book entituled Constitutions and canons ecclesiastical, &c.
Grascome, Samuel, 1641-1708? / [1691] A brief answer to a late discourse concerning the unreasonableness of a new separation
Grascome, Samuel, 1641-1708? / [1690?] An admonition for the fifth of November
Graubünden (Switzerland) / [Anno. 1619] The proceedings of the Grisons, in the yeere 1618. VVherein are truely and cleerely laid open the lawfull and vrgent causes of calling an assembly of the commons: and of their due proceeding and honourable prosecution of iustice, which they were enforced to vse against some false and perfidious patriots, in a full congregation, and with absolute power met together at Tosana. Imprinted and published by commandement of the lords the heads, the counsailours and commons of the three confederations of the renowned free states of the Grisons: in maintenance of the truth, and romoouing all manner of calumniation.
Graunt, John, 1620-1674. / [1646] A defence of Christian liberty to the Lords table except in case of excommunication and suspension wherein many arguments, queres, supposition, and objections are answered by plain texts and consent of Scriptures ... / by John Graunt ...
Graunt, John, of Bucklersbury. / [1649] A right use made by a stander by at the two disputations at Great All-hollowes; between Mr. Goodwin and Mr. Symson, the 14. of January and 11. of February 1649.: Concerning the poynts of generall redemption, and inevitable damnation immediately from God alone.
Graunt, John, of Bucklersbury. / [1649] A cure of deadly doctrine; which is death in the pot: or Mr. Royles light proved to be darknesse.: By J.G. a lover and a member of the holy army of God, although the most unworthy.
Grave gentleman once a member of this House of Commons. / [Printed in the yeare, 1643] A letter from a grave gentleman once a member of this House of Commons, to his friend, remaining a member of the same House in London.: Concerning his reasons why he left the House, and concerning the late treaty.
Gray, Andrew, 1633-1656. / [Anno 1668] The mystery of faith opened up: or Some sermons concerning faith (two where of were not formerly printed.) Wherein the nature, excellency, and usefulness of that noble grace is much cleared, and the practice thereof most powerfully pressed. Whereunto are added other three sermons, two concerning the great salvation, one of these not formerly printed, and a third concerning death. / By that pious and worthy servant of Jesus Christ, Mr. Andrew Gray, late minister of the Gospel in Glasgow. All these sermons being now carefully revised, and much corrected.
Gray, Andrew, 1633-1656. / [Anno Dom. 1663] Great and precious promises; or, Some sermons concerning the promises, and the right application thereof whereunto are added some other concerning the usefulness of faith in advancing sanctification. As also, three more concerning the faith of assurance. / By Mr. Andrew Gray, late minister of the Gospel in Glasgow. All being revised since his death by some friends.
Gray, Patrick, Baron, fl. 1695. / [1695?] Information for the Lord Gray. Against the Laird of Pourie.
Graye, Isaac. / [1654] Tithes a curse to all nations but Canaan,: and a disturbance, and vexation to all people but the Hebrevvs. Clearly demonstrated in the case of Isaack Graye, now a prisoner, for the non-payment of tithes in the counter of great Woodstreet, London. Exposed to publick view for the discovering of the cruelties, persecutions, and oppressors of those that stand for it's maintainance.
Greaves, Edward, Sir, 1608-1680. / [1643] Morbus epidemius anni 1643.: Englands new disease most contagious at present in Oxford. With the Signes. Causes. Remedies. Published by His Majesties Command.
Green, Bartholomew, 1667-1732. / [1700] The printer's advertisement: Whereas there is prefixed unto a late pamphlet, entituled, Gospel order revived, printed at New York, an advertisement, ...
Greene, John, fl. 1641. / [1641] The vvorlds riddle and the saints blisse
Greene, John, Master of Arts. / [1644] Nehemiah's teares and prayers for Judah's affliction, and the ruines and repaire of Jerusalem.: Delivered in a sermon in the Church of Magarets Westminster, before the Honourable House of Commons upon the day of their monethly humiliation, April 24. 1644. By John Greene Master of Arts, late pastour of Pencomb in the countie of Hereford.
Greene, Thomas, 1634?-1699. / [1662] A few plain words to the inhabitants of England
Greene, Thomas, 1634?-1699. / [1659] A declaration to the world, of my travel and journey out of Ægypt into Canaan through the vvilderness, & through the Red-Sea, from under Pharaoh, and now hath a sure habitation in the Lord, where rest and peace is known; by one who dwelleth in the light which hath led him out of darkness, from Satans power to the power of God, who in the power liveth, and by it is preserved, glory be to the Lord Omnipotent.
Greenhill, William, 1591-1671. / [1670] The sound-hearted Christian, or, A treatise of soundness of heart with several other sermons ... / by William Greenhill.
Greenhill, William, 1591-1671. / [1656] Sermons of Christ, his last discovery of himself of [brace] the spirit and bride, the waters of life, and, his free invitation of sinners of come and drink of them : from Revel. 22. 16,17 / by William Greenhill ...
Greenhill, William, 1591-1671. / [1645] An exposition of the five first chapters of the prophet Ezekiel, with useful observations thereupon. / Delivered in severall lectures in London, by William Greenhill.
Greenhill, William, 1591-1671. / [1658] An exposition continued upon the XX, XXI, XXII, XXIII, XXIV, XXV, XXVI, XXVII, XXVIII, and XXIX, chapters of the prophet Ezekiel, vvith many useful observations thereupon. Delivered at several lectures in London, by William Greenhill.
Greenhill, William, 1591-1671. / [1649] An exposition continued upon the sixt, seventh, eighth, ninth, tenth, eleventh, twelfth, and thirteenth chapters of the prophet Ezekiel, with useful observations thereupon. Delivered in severall lectures in London, By William Greenhill.
Greenhill, William, 1591-1671. / [1662] The exposition continued upon the nineteen last chapters of the prophet Ezekiel with many useful observations thereupon delivered in several lectures in London / by William Greenhil.
Greenhill, William, 1591-1671. / [1651] An exposition continued upon the fourteenth, fifteenth, sixteenth, seventeenth, eighteenth, and nineteenth chapters of the prophet Ezekiel, with many useful observations thereupon delivered at severall lectures in London / by William Greenhill.
Greenway, R. Richard. / [1662] An alarm from the holy mountain of the Lord to the inhabitants of the earth, and the word of the Lord sounding out of Sion, let all the inhabitants tremble. With a warning to the wicked, calling them to repentance. As also two visions shewn and revealed by the Lord unto his servant Richard Greenway, one shewing how the head of the wicked one shall suddenly be dashed, the other how the spirit and power of darkness is caught in its own snare. And somthing that was sent to Richard Brown in particular, who is commander of the train-bands of London.
Greenwood, Henry, b. 1544 or 5. / [1620] Greenvvoods vvorkes contayned in fiue seueral tractates. 1. Of the day of iudgement. 2. Of the Lords Prayer. 3. Of the race to saluation. 4. Of the torment of Tophet. 5. Of the baptisme of Christ.
Gregory I, Pope, ca. 540-604. / [printed ann. 1638] The second booke of the dialogues of S. Gregorie the Greate the first pope of that name containing the life and miracles of our Holie father S. Benedict. To which is adioined the fule of the same holie patriarche translated into the Englishe tonge by C.F. priest & monke of the same order.
Gregory I, Pope, ca. 540-604. / [1608] The dialogues of S. Gregorie, surnamed the Greate: Pope of Rome: and the first of that name deuided into fower bookes. Wherein he intreateth of the liues, and miracles of the saintes in Italie: and of the eternitie of mens soules. With a shorte treatise of sundry miracles, wrought at the shrines of martyrs: taken out of S. Augustin. Together with a notable miracle wrought by S. Bernard, in confirmation of diuers articles of religion. Translated into our English tongue by P.W.
Gregory, Francis, 1625?-1707. / [1660] The last counsel of a martyred King to his son.: Wherein is contained, 1. The last precepts of the most Christian King of Charles the First, written by his own hand to his son Charles the Second King of Great Brittain France and Ireland, &c. ... 6. A divine eligie upon the great sufferings and death of his sacred Majesty. Never publisht before. By J.D. Esq; a loyal subject and servant to His Majesty.
Gregory, Francis, 1625?-1707. / [1660] David's returne from his banishment set forth in a thanks-giving sermon for the returne of His Sacred Majesty Charles the II, and preached at St. Maries in Oxon, May 27, 1660 / by Francis Gregory ...
Gregory, James, 1638-1675. / [1690] [Nobilisssimo] viro Georgio vice-comiti áa Tarbat, regulo Macleod áa Castlehaven, &c. ... Jacobus Gregorius.
Gregory, John, 1607-1646. / [1649] Gregorii posthuma, or, Certain learned tracts written by John Gregorie. Together with a short account of the author's life and elegies on his much-lamented death published by J.G.
Gregory, John, 1607-1646. / [1650] Gregorii Opuscula, or, Notes & observations upon some passages of Scripture with other learned tracts / written by John Gregory ...
Gregory, Thomas, 1668 or 9-1706. / [1696] Discourses upon several divine subjects by Tho. Gregory ...
Gregory, XV, Pope, 1554-1623. / [1621] A letter vvritten by Gregory the XV. Pope of Rome, to the French King. To our most dearely beloued son health in Iesus Christ, Louis the 13. the most Christian King of France. According to the French coppie printed at Paris. 1621.
Grenfield, Nathaniel, b. 1588 or 9. / [1615] The great day, or, A sermon, setting forth the desperate estate and condition of the wicked at the day of iudgement. Preached at Saint Andrews in Holborne at London By Nathaniel Grenfield, Master of Artes, and preacher of the Word of God at Whit-field in Oxfordshire.
Grenville, Denis, 1637-1703. / [1686] A sermon preached in the Cathedral Church of Durham upon the revival of the ancient laudable practice of that, and some other cathedrals, in having sermons on Wednesdays and Fridays, during Advent and Lent / by D.G. ...
Grey, Jane, Lady, 1537-1554. / [Anno Domini, M.D.LIII 1553] Iane, by the grace of God quene of England, Fraunce and Ireland, defendor of the faith, & of the Church of Englande, & also of Irelande under Christ in earth the supreme head to al our most louing, faithfull, and obedient subiects, and to euery of them greting.
Grey, Jane, Lady, 1537-1554. / [1554?] An epistle of the Ladye Iane, a righte vertuous woman, to a learned man of late falne from the truth of Gods most holy word, for fear of the worlde read it, to thy consolacion : vvhereunto is added the communication that she had with Master Feckenham vpon her faith, and belefe of the sacraments : also another epistle whiche she wrote to her sister, with the words she spake vpon the scaffold befor she suffered, anno. M.D.Liiii.
Griffin, Anthony, Stud. in astrology. / [1665] An astrological judgement touching theft wherein is demonstrated most incomparable secrets according to the best rules in art : first how to find out or discover theft or theeves ... : secondly to discover fugitives and beasts lost or strayed, &c. ... / by Anthony Griffin, stud. in astrology.
Griffin, Lewis. / [1661?] A supplement to The asses complaint against Balaam; or The cry of the country against ignorant and scandalous ministers.
Griffin, Lewis. / [1661] Essayes and characters written by L.G.
Griffith, Alexander, d. 1690. / [1654] A true and perfect relation of the whole transactions concerning the petition of the six counties of South-Wales, and the county of Monmouth, formerly presented to the Parliament of the Common-Wealth of England for a supply of Godly ministers, and an account of ecclesiasticall revenues therein with Parliaments resolves, and proceedings thereupon, now humbly represented to His Highnesse the Lord Protector's consideration / published by A.G.
Griffith, Alexander, d. 1690. / [1654] Strena Vavasoriensis,: a Nevv-Years-gift for the Welch itinerants, or a hue and cry after Mr. Vavasor Powell, metropolitan of the itinerants, and one of the executioners of the Gospel, by colour of the late Act for the propagation thereof in Wales; as also a true relation of his birth, course of life, and doctrines; together with a vindication of several places of Scripture wrested and abused, against the present government, and all publick ministers of this nation. His hymn sung in Christ-Church London; with an antiphona there unto; and a lively description of his propagation.
Griffith, Alexander, d. 1690. / [Printed in the year, 1652] Mercurius Cambro-Britannicus. Or, Nevvs from Wales,: touching the glorious and miraculous propagation of the Gospel in those parts. Being a clear discovery & manifestation of the late invented trade of tith-gathering there, intended by some persons to be suddenly set on foot and established over all England. Well worthy of the serious and timely consideration of the Parliament, Army and nation, and every individual member thereof.
Griffith, George, 1601-1666. / [1653] A relation of a disputation between Dr Griffith and Mr Vavasor Powell.: And since some false observations made thereon, by Dr Griffith (or one of his symonicall brethren) to keep up the crack'd credit of their bad calling and cause. As also to reflect upon Mr Moston (whom they suppose to be the author of that relation) Mr Powell, and others. This therefore is to shew briefly the falsitie of those animadversions: and withall to justifie that syllogisme (objected against by him) by good authors, examples and arguments.
Griffith, George, 1601-1666. / [Printed in the year, 1652] A bold challenge of an itinerant preacher: modestly answered by a local minister to whom the same was sent and delivered: and severall letters thereupon.
Griffith, John, 1622?-1700. / [1669] The searchers for schism search'd, or, Their pretended questions for conscience sake answered wherein is proved that those baptized congregations under laying on of hands are not guilty of schism in separating from them : shewing, in opposition to their threeforld hypothesis, that their church constitution is not true, separation from them proved lawful, the truth and authority of the doctrine about which they separate, vindicated / humbly presented to all concerned [by] J. Griffith ...
Griffith, John, fl. 1648-1659. / [Printed in the yeare, 1648] A vindication or justification of John Griffith, Esq.: Against the horrid, malitious, and unconscionable verdict of the coroners iury in Cheshire : vvhich was packt by the means of that pocky, rotten, lying, cowardly, and most perfidious knave, Sir Hugh Caulveley Knight, onely to vent his inveterate hatred and malice against me.
Griffith, John, of Llyne. / [1650] This is a true copy of a letter, that Prince Griffith lately writ to the Lord Windsor;: wherein the passages that happened betwixt them in Flaunders are truely related.
Griffith, Matthew, 1599?-1665. / [1643] A sermon preached in the Citie of London by a lover of truth. Touching the power of a king, and proving out of the word of God, that the authoritie of a king is onely from God and not of man.
Griffith, Matthew, 1599?-1665. / [1642] A patheticall perswasion to pray for publick peace:: propounded in a sermon preached in the cathedrall church of Saint Paul, Octob. 2. 1642. By Matthew Griffith, rector of S. Mary Magdalens neer Old-Fishstreet, London.
Griffith, Matthew, 1599?-1665. / [1646] A general bill of mortality, of the Clergie of London, which have beene defunct by reason of the contagious breath of the sectaries of that city, from the yeere 1641. to this present yeere 1647. with the several casualties of the same.: Or, A briefe martyrologie and catalogue of the learned, grave, religious and painfull ministers of the city of London, who have been imprisoned, plundered, barbarously used, and deprived of all livelyhood for themselves and their families in these last yeeres: for their constancie in the Protestant religion establisht in this kingdome,and their loyalty to their soveraigne.
Griffyth, John. / [1693] A sermon preached at St. Lawrence Church in Reading, in the county of Berks on the 3d of October, 1692 being the day on which the mayor was sworn / by John Griffyth ... ; printed at the request of the mayor and aldermen.
Grifoni, Giovanni Andrea. / [Anno Domini 1568] A comfortable ayde for scholers full of varietie of sentences, gathered out of an Italian authour, by Dauid Rowland.
Grimston, Harbottle, Sir, 1603-1685. / [in the year, 1660] The speech of Sr. Harbottle Grimston baronet, Speaker of the honorable House of Commons, to the Kings Most Excellent Majestie. Delivered in the Banquetting-House at Whitehall, 29 May. 1660. The members of that House being there present.
Grimston, Harbottle, Sir, 1603-1685. / [1642] Mr. Grimston his speech, at the committee sitting in Guildhall on Thursday the 6. of Ianuary 1641.: Concerning the breaches of the priviledges of Parliament; by breaking open the chambers, studies, and trunks of the Lord Kimbolton, and the rest of the members of the House of Commons, accused by His Majesty of high treason. Whereupon, the same day there was a declaration agreed upon, and published, for the preservation of their priviledges, and protection of their members from the like violence in time to come.
Grimston, Harbottle, Sir, 1603-1685. / [1642] Mr. Grimston his learned speech in the high court of Parliament:: concerning troubles abroad, and grievances at home. Shewing the inward symptomes and causes of all our feares and dangers, and what probability there is of reformation, in case due punishment be speedily executed on the incendiaries and chiefe causers of those distractions that have opprest our church and common-wealth.
Gringore, Pierre, ca. 1475-1538? / [1505?] [The complaint of them that be too late married].
Gringore, Pierre, ca. 1475-1538? / [1512] [The castle of labor]
Grotius, Hugo, 1583-1645. / [1680] The truth of Christian religion in six books / written in Latine by Hugo Grotius ; and now translated into English, with the addition of a seventh book, by Symon Patrick ...
Grotius, Hugo, 1583-1645. / [1652] The mourner comforted an epistle consolatory / written by Hugo Grotius to Monsieur Du Maurier the French embassadour at the Hague ; translated on a sad occasion by C.B.
Grotius, Hugo, 1583-1645. / [1692] A defence of the catholick faith concerning the satisfaction of Christ written originally by the learned Hugo Grotius and now translated by W.H. ; a work very necessary in these times for the preventing of the growth of Socinianism.
Grove, Hugh, d. 1655. / [1655] The speech of Collonel Hugh Grove, upon the scaffold at Exceter, on Munday last, immediately before his head was severed from his body.: With his prayer a little before death, and his declaration and protest to the people, touching a [brace] a [sic] loyal heart, a faithful conscience, a bloody scaffold, and a fatal axe. / Taken by an impartial hand, and transmitted to the press, to the end, it might be printed, published, and dispierced, throughout the three nations of England, Scotland, and Ireland.
Grove, Robert, 1634-1696. / [MDCLXXXVII 1687] An answer to Mr. Lowth's letter to Dr. Stillingfleet in another letter to a friend.
Grybius, Johannes. / [1672] The lyon disturbed.