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Ince, Peter, b. 1614 or 1615. / [1644. i.e. 1645] A brief relation of the surprise of the forts of Weymouth, the siege of Melcombe,: the recovery of the forts, and raising of the siege. / By P.J. minister to the garrison.
Ince, William, d. 1635. / [1640] Lot's little one. Or Meditations on Gen. 19. vers. 20. Being the substance of severall sermons sometimes delivered by William Ince Mr in Arts, late senior fellow of Trinitie Colledge Dublin. Published since his death, by R.I.
Inchiquin, Murrough O'Brien, Earl of, 1614-1674. / [1647] Two letters sent from the Lord Inchiqueen, unto the Speaker of the Honourable House of Commons.: Concerning two great victories obtained over the rebels in Ireland. With an order from the House, that letters of thanks should be returned unto the Lord Inchiqueen. Die Martis, 18 Maii, 1647. Ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that these letters of the Lord Inchiqueen's be forthwith printed and published. Hen. Elsynge Cler. Parl. Dom. Com.
Inchiquin, Murrough O'Brien, Earl of, 1614-1674. / [Nov. 30, 1647] A true relation of a great victory obtained by the forces under the command of the Lord Inchiquine in Munster in Ireland, against the rebels under the command of Lord Taaff, Novemb. 13, 1647.: Sent in a letter from the Lord Inchiquine, to the Honorable William Lenthal, Esq; speaker of the Honorable House of Commons. Together with an order of the Commons assembled in Parliament, for publique thanks to be given for the same to Almighty God, in all churches and chappels in the kingdom of England and dominion of Wales. Ordered by the Commons Assembled in Parliament, that this letter be forthwith printed and published. H:Elsyng, Cler. Parl. D. Com.
Inchiquin, Murrough O'Brien, Earl of, 1614-1674. / [1649] A true copy of a second letter, sent from the Lord of Inchiquine to the honorable Collonell Michaell Iones: commander in chiefe of the Parliaments forces in Leinster, and governor of the citty of Dublin, vvith Colonell Iones his answer, to the Lord of Inchiquines saied letter.
Inchiquin, Murrough O'Brien, Earl of, 1614-1674. / [1649] A true copy of a letter, sent from the Lord of Inchiquine to the honorable Collonell Michaell Iones, commander in chiefe of the Parliaments forces in Leinster: and governor of the citty of Dublin, vvith Colonell Iones his answer, to the Lord of Inchiquines saied letter.
Inchiquin, Murrough O'Brien, Earl of, 1614-1674. / [1647] More victories lately obtained in Ireland.: The successfull and victorious proceedings of the noble and faithfull Lord Inchiquin, Lord President of Munster, against the rebels there. Certified in three letters : two of them under his Lordships own hand, directed to the Honourable William Lenthall Esquire, Speaker to the honourable House of Commons : the third to an honourable member of the said House, from an eminent officer in the army.
Inchiquin, Murrough O'Brien, Earl of, 1614-1674. / [Sept. 28. 1647] A letter to the Honorable William Lenthal Esquire, speaker of the Honorable House of Commons:: concerning the late successful proceedings of the Lord Inchiquine in the kingdom of Ireland. Ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that this letter be forthwith printed and published. H: Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.
Inchiquin, Murrough O'Brien, Earl of, 1614-1674. / [1644] A letter from the Right Honourable the Lord Inchiqvin and other the commanders in Munster, to His Majestie: expressing the causes and reasons of their not holding the cessation any longer with the rebels; with their desire intimated to His Majestie, that he would be pleased to renounce any treatie with the rebels any longer, and that he would againe proclaime them rebels, and would now comply with his Parliament, and make a peace with them. With several other letters from the said Lo. Inchiquin and other the commanders in Munster in Ireland to severall other their friends here in England, advising them of their proceedings, with severall motives and reasons to perswade them also to returne unto their former charges in Ireland, and to joyne with them to oppose the said rebels, and for to vindicate with them therein their obligation unto religon, the preservation of that kingdome, and the honour of the English nation. Published by authoritie.
Inchiquin, Murrough O'Brien, Earl of, 1614-1674. / [Printed in the yeare 1648] The declaration and protestation of the Lord Inchiquin,: and all the officers under his command, voluntarily taken and subscribed by his councill of vvarre, that they will maintaine the honour of the King, and the priviledge and freedome of Parliament, according to his solemne ingagement, against all opposers, and other his great discouragements.
Inchiquin, Murrough O'Brien, Earl of, 1614-1674. / [1647] Articles exhibited to the Honourable House of Commons assembled in Parliament, against the Lord Inchiquine Lord president of Munster,: subscribed by the Lord Broghill and Sir Arthur Loftus Knight. Together with a full and cleare answer their unto made whereby it appeares that the said articles are false scandalous and full of groundlesse aspersions. Subscribed by Rich. Gething Secretary to the said Lord President.
Indagine, Joannes ab, d. 1537. / [1558] Briefe introductions, both naturall, pleasaunte, and also delectable vnto the art of chiromancy, or manuel diuination, and physiognomy with circumstances vpon the faces of the signes. Also certain canons or rules vpon diseases and sickenesse. Whereunto is also annexed aswel the artificiall, as naturall astrologye, with the nature of the planets. Written in the Latin tonge, by Ihon Indagine prieste. And now latelye translated into Englishe, by Fabian Withers.
Indifferent hand. / [1681] The assenters sayings published in their own words for the information of the people : being in requital of Roger L'Estrange's Dissenters sayings / by an indifferent hand.
Inett, John, 1647-1717. / [1681] A sermon preached at the assizes held in Warwick, August the first, 1681 by John Inett ...
Inett, John, 1647-1717. / [1692] A guide to repentance. Or, The character and behaviour of the devout Christian in retirement. Psal. 119. 54, 60. I called my own ways to remembrance, ... commandments. By John Inett, M.A. chanter and residentiary of the cathedral church of Lincoln.
Ingelend, Thomas. / [1570?] A pretie and mery new enterlude: called the Disobedient child. Compiled by Thomas Ingelend late student in Cambridge.
Ingmethorpe, Thomas. / [1619] A sermon vpon the words of Saint Paul, Let euerie soule be subiect vnto the higher powers wherein the Popes soueraigntie ouer princes, amongst other errors, is briefly but sufficiently refuted, and the supremacie of the King, by cleare euidence and strong proofe auerred, to the silencing of the aduersarie, and satisfaction of the indifferent Christian, not blinded with partialitie and preiudicate opinion / by Thomas Ingmethorpe.
Ingmethorpe, Thomas. / [1598] A sermon vpon part of the second chapter of the first epistle of S. Iohn: Preached by Thomas Ingmethorp. The summe whereof is briefly comprised in this hexameter: ...
Ingoldsby, William, d. 1645. / [Printed, 1642] Englands oaths.: Taken by all men of quallity in the Church and Common-wealth of England. The oath of supremacie. The oath of allegiance. And the late protestation. Published by G.J. for satisfaction of his parishioners.
Ingoldsby, William, d. 1645. / [1642] The doctrine of the Church of England, established by Parliament against disobedience and wilfull rebellion.: Published by G. I. for satisfaction to his parishoners of Watton in the county of Hartford.
Ingpen, William. / [anno Domini, 1624] The secrets of numbers according to theologicall, arithmeticall, geometricall and harmonicall computation. Drawne, for the better part, out of those ancients, as well neoteriques. ... By William Ingpen, Gent.
Ingram, John, fl. 1648. / [1648] A true relation of the powerfull hand of God upon John Ingram. At the reading of the booke called The leaves of the tree of life for the healing of the nations: lately written, by the light of God shining upon William Sedgwick.
Inhabitant of Rochill. / [1621?] The reformed Catholicque, against the deformed Iesuite. Or A discovering of the trecherie of the Iesuites against the reformed churches of France, and other partes. Written by an inhabitant of Rochill, 1621.
Inman, Francis, d. 1638. / [1622] A light vnto the vnlearned: or, The principles of the doctrine of Christ. Set downe most briefely, for the use of yong and ignorant persons. To be learned and remembred, at all times: but specially, when they would come to the holy communion. Divided into eight sections.
Innes, George, fl. 1644. / [1644] A militarie rudiment, or Observations of the form of militarie exercise, according to His Excellens Guard in Holland. With the ranges and number of officers in an armie, from the lowest to the highest, and their dueties, in short. As also is added a little anent the composition of an armie. And finallie, some few principalls, in the art of fortification. / By George Innes.
Innes, Henry, Sir, ca. 1670-1721. / [1700?] To his grace, His Majesties high commissioner, and the right honourable Estates of Parliament: the Laird of Innes younger, as deriving right to the wadset lands underwriten from his father Sir James Innes of that ilk, and with concourse of his said father.
Innes, James, Major. / [1465 sic, i.e. 1645] An examination of a printed pamphlet, entituled, A narration of the siege of the town of Leicester (the last of May 1645.) by the Kings forces.: With a more perfect and exact relation, of the taking the said town and garison. Also, the true copie of a lettersent from Leicester to the Lord Grey.
Innes, William, fl. 1620. / [1620] A bundle of myrrhe: or Three meditations of teares. The first in the effect. pag.1. Last in the cause of Dauids teares. Psal. 42.3 pag. 270. The middle, and most intended, of religious teares in general. p. 96. The particulars whereof, are prefixed to each page, and principall section.
Innocent XI, Pope, 1611-1689. / [1680?] A letter from the Pope to the French King, to our dear son in Christ Jesus, Lewis, the most Christian King
Innocent XII, Pope, 1615-1700. / [1691?] A letter from Pope Innocent XII to the emperour: wherein he indeavours to perswade him to a peace : with his Imperial Majesties answer : to which is subjoyned the resolutions of the confederates in the present conjuncture / done out of French.
Innocent XII, Pope, 1615-1700. / [1692] A letter from Pope Innocent the XII to the emperour,: wherein he indeavours to perswade him to a peace; with His Imperial Majesties answer. : To which is subjoyned the resolutions of the confederates in the present conjuncture. / Done out of French.
Institut de recherches européennes sur les noblesses et aristocraties. / [1697] Unpremeditated thoughts of the knowledge of God, whom to know, is life eternal.: With some discoveries of the mysteries of creation, in the six days work, and the seventh days rest. : To which is added, a short discourse concerning those two great principles of natural philosophy, matter and motion. / Humbly offered to consideration, by one of the Philadelphia Society, who calls her self Irena.
Inverness (Scotland). Town Council. / [1695] Unto his Grace, the Marquess of Tweeddale, his Majesties High Commissioner, and the right honourable Estates of Parliament. The magistrats and town council of Inverness, for themselves, and the community of the said burgh.