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Jeamson, Thomas, d. 1674. / [1689] To His Highness the Prince of Orange
Jeamson, Thomas, d. 1674. / [1665] Artificiall embellishments, or Arts best directions how to preserve beauty or procure it.
Jean, de Meun, d. 1305? / [1613] The dodechedron of fortune; or, The exercise of a quick wit. A booke so rarely and strangely composed, that it giueth (after a most admirable manner) a pleasant and ingenious answer to euery demaund; the like whereof hath not heretofore beene published in our English tongue. Being first composed in French by Iohn de Meum, one of the most worthie and famous poets of his time; and dedicated to the French King, Charles the fift, and by him, for the worth and raritie thereof, verie much countenanced, vsed, and priuiledged: and now, for the content of our countrey-men, Englished by Sr. W.B. Knight. The vse of the booke the preface annexed declareth.
Jeanes, Henry, 1611-1662. / [1650] The want of church-government no warrant for a totall omission of the Lords Supper. Or, A brief and scholastical debate of that question, which hath so wonderfully perplexed many, both ministers and people.: Whether or no, the sacrament of the Lords Supper may (according to presbyterial principles) be lawfully administred in an un-presbyterated church, that is, a church destitute of ruling elders. Wherein the affirmative is confirmed by many arguments, and cleared from objections, especially such as are drawn from the unavoidablenesse of mixt communions without ecclesiastical discipline. / By Henry Jeanes, minister of Gods Word at Chedzoy in Sommerset-shire.
Jeanes, Henry, 1611-1662. / [1660] Uniformity in humane doctrinall ceremonies ungrounded on 1 Cor. 14.40. or, a reply unto Dr. Hammonds vindication of his grounds of uniformity from the 1 Cor. 14.40. By Henry Jeanes, minister of Gods word at Chedzoy:
Jeanes, Henry, 1611-1662. / [1649] The vvorks of heaven upon earth, or, The eccellencie of praise and thanksgiving in part displayed in a sermon, inlarged into a treatise, preached at Taunton in the county of Somerset May 11. 1648, being the day set apart for the annuall commemoration of the deliverance of that town, by the reliefe which they received on May 11. anno 1645 / by Henry Jeanes ...
Jeanes, Henry, 1611-1662. / [1640] A treatise concerning a Christians carefull abstinence from all appearance of evill gathered for the most part out of the schoolemen, and casuists: wherein the questions and cases of conscience belonging unto the difficult matter of scandall are briefly resolved: By Henry Jeanes, Mr of Arts, lately of Hart-Hall in Oxon, and rector of the church of Beere-Crocombe in Somerset-shire.
Jeanes, Henry, 1611-1662. / [1669] A treatise concerning the indifference of humane actions
Jeanes, Henry, 1611-1662. / [1656] A mixture of scholasticall divinity, with practicall,: in severall tractates: vvherein some of the most difficult knots in divinity are untied, many darke places of Scripture cleared, sundry heresies, and errours, refuted, / by Henry Ieanes, minister of God's Word at Chedzoy in Sommerset-shire.
Jeanes, Henry, 1611-1662. / [1661] Dr. Creed's voluminous defence of Dr. Hammond's 'Ektene'steron briefly examined, and the weaknesse thereof fully discovered by Henry Jeanes.
Jeanes, Henry, 1611-1662. / [1657] Doctor Hammond his Ektenesteron, or a greater ardency in Christ's love of God at one time, than another proved to be utterly irreconcileable with 1. His fulnesse of habituall grace. 2. The perpetuall happinesse, and 3. The impeccability of his soule. By Henry Ieanes, minister of Gods Word at Chedzoy in Somerset-shire:
Jeanes, Henry, 1611-1662. / [1660] Certaine letters of Henry Jeanes minister of Gods word at Chedzoy and Dr. Jeremy Taylor concerning a passage of his, in his further explication of originall sin.
Jeckell, Robert, d. 1676. / [1676] A lively testimony to the living truth given forth by Robert Jeckell upon his death-bed in the presence of many eye and ear witnesses whose names are subscribed.
Jefferay, Richard, b. 1567. / [1605] The sonne of Gods entertainment by the sonnes of men. Set forth in a sermon at Paules Crosse the seauenth of October. 1604. By Richard Iefferay of Magdalen Colledge in Oxford.
Jeffery, John, 1647-1720. / [1692] A sermon preached in the Cathedral Church of Norwich at the primary visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God, John, Lord Bishop of Norwich May 18, 1692 by John Jeffery ...
Jeffery, John, 1647-1720. / [1693] A sermon preached in the Cathedral Church of Norwich at the Mayor's Guild, June xx, 1693 by John Jeffery ...
Jeffery, John, 1647-1720. / [1696] A sermon preach'd in the Cathedral Church of Norwich, March 8th, 1695/6 being the second Sunday in Lent / by John Jeffery ...
Jeffery, John, 1647-1720. / [1689] Religion the perfection of man by John Jeffery ...
Jeffery, John, 1647-1720. / [1700] Proposals made to the reverend clergy of the arch-deaconry of Norwich, concerning the reformation of manners, and promoting the interest of true religion and virtue. Together with a specimen of the assistance they may afford their parishioners for attaining religious knowledge, and exercising Christian devotion. By John Jeffery, D.D. Arch-deacon of Norwich.
Jeffery, John, 1647-1720. / [1699] A plain and short discourse concerning the nature of the Lord's Supper, and the end of celebrating it to which is added, A paraphrase of all those places in the New Testament, wherein the Lord's Supper is mentioned / by John Jeffery ...
Jeffery, John, 1647-1720. / [1693] The duty and encouragement of religious artificers described in a sermon preached in the Cathedral Church of Norwich at the Weavers Guild, on Munday in Whitsun-week, June 5, 1693 / by John Jeffery ...
Jeffery, William, 1616-1693. / [1659] The whole faith of man:: being the Gospel declared in plainness, as it is in Jesus, and the way thereof of old confirmed by divers signs, wonders, miracles, and gifts of the holy ghost. In thirty six heads, setting out mans way & work, from the day of his conversion to the day of his dissolution, and what therein is both to be believed and practised. / By Will. Jeffery, who hath for years been a poor labourer in Christs vineyard.
Jeffery, William, 1616-1693. / [1675] The lawfulnes of tithes demonstrated to the convincing of such of the Quakers as pretend conscience against the payment of them, or, A demonstration for liberty of conscience to the Quakers in the payment of their tithes by W.J.
Jeffray, William. / [1629] The picture of patience. Or, a direction to perfection. Most needfull and vsefull in these dangerous daies of sinne, and publike feares.
Jeffray, William. / [1634] Hodos tethlimmēnē. = The narrow way to glory. Delivered in a sermon, by the Archdeacon of Shrewsbury
Jeffreys, George Jeffreys, Baron, 1644 or 5-1689. / [1689] To His Highness William Henrick, Prince of Orange, the most humble petition of George Lord Chancellor Jefferies.
Jeffreys, George Jeffreys, Baron, 1644 or 5-1689. / [1689] The Lord Chancellours discovery and confession: made in the time of his sickness in the Tower..
Jeffreys, George Jeffreys, Baron, 1644 or 5-1689. / [Printed in the year 1689] The Lord Chancellor's petition to His Highness the Prince of Orange on his entrance into London
Jegon, William, 1650-1710. / [1685] The damning nature of rebellion, or, The universal unlawfulness of resistance under pain of damnation, in the saddest sense asserted in a sermon preached at the cathedral of Norwich, May 29, 1685, being the anniversary-day of the birth of His late Majesty Charles II, and of the happy restauration both of him and of the government from the great rebellion / by William Jegon ...
Jekyll, Thomas, 1646-1698. / [1682] True religion makes the best loyalty discovered and recommended in a sermon, prepar'd for that Assembly which intended to meet at St. Michael's Cornhil, April 21, 1682, and afterwards preach'd at the New Church in Westminster, May 29, being the happy day of His Majesty's birth and return, and now published, at the earnest request of the gentlemen of that vestry / by Thomas Jekyll ...
Jekyll, Thomas, 1646-1698. / [1698] A sermon preach'd at St. Mary-le-Bow, June 27, 1698, before the societies, for reformation of manners in the city of London and Westminister by Tho. Jekill ...
Jekyll, Thomas, 1646-1698. / [1681] Righteousness and peace the best means to prevent ruin recommended in a sermon preached at Guild-Hall Chappel, (Sept. 25, 1681) before the Lord Mayor, &c. / by Thomas Jekyll, M.A. ...
Jekyll, Thomas, 1646-1698. / [1697] Publick charity a sermon preached before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor, aldermen and governours of the several hospitals of the city at St. Bridget's-Church, on Wednesday in Easter-week, 1697 / by Tho. Jekyll ...
Jekyll, Thomas, 1646-1698. / [1675] Peace and love, recommended and perswaded in two sermons, preached at Bristol, January the 31, 1674/5 / by Tho. Jekyll ...
Jekyll, Thomas, 1646-1698. / [1681] Popery, a great mystery of iniquity proved in a sermon preached in the parish church of Newland, in the county of Glocester, on Wednesday the 22d. of December, 1680, being the fast-day appointed by the Kings proclamation ... / by Thomas Jekyll ...
Jekyll, Thomas, 1646-1698. / [1690] A brief and plain exposition of the church-catechism composed for the use of a private school errected and maintained at the cost and charges of several charitable persons belonging to the New Church in Westminster. By Thomas Jekyll, M.A. Preacher at the said New Church in Westminster.
Jelinger, Christopher. / [1679?] Usury stated overthrown: or, usuries champions with their auxiliaries, shamefully disarmed and beaten by an answer to its chief champion, which lately apeared in print to defend it. And Godliness epitomized by Christopher Jelinger, M.A. Beza upon Matth. May a man with a safe conscience lend upon usury? No surely. And holy Usher, Arch-Bishop of Armagh, in his Body of divinity, pag. 300. Q. What is that which we call usury? It is lending in expectation of certain gain. So he well stateth it against usury ill stated by T. P. Q. What do you think of it? If we speak of that properly, which the scripture condemneth, it is a most wicked and unlawful contract; which if we live and die in, without repentance, we are excluded out of the Kingdom of Heaven. Psal. 15.1,5. Ezek. 18.12,13. and chap. 22. But there is much questioning, which is that usury which the scripture condemneth. Therefore it will be our wisdom wholly to forbear it, and not to put our souls, which are of more value than the whole world, upon nice discourses, and subtil distinctions. Thus this holy man.
Jelinger, Christopher. / [1647] The usefulnesse and excellency of Christ shewing the art of taking Christ as the only soveraigne medicine of a sin-sick soule : in twenty fiue cases : upon that excellent text in Cant. 2.1., I am the Rose of Sharon / by Christopher Jelinger ...
Jelinger, Christopher. / [Printed in the year, 1664] A nevv Canaan full of most pleasant gardens for the souls delight, lately discovered: or, a treatise shewing, that as the children of Israel did live in the earthly Canaan upon milk and honey, and other pleasant things wherewith that goodly land did flow; so Gods children may most comfortably live now also in a spiritual Canaan here called a new Canaan, upon the sweet experiences of; 1. The love of Christ, 2. Mercies and merits of Christ, 3. Delights to be taken in Christ, 4. Comforts to be tasted in Christ, and that all their dayes, according to that famous Scripture, Cant. 2. 3. Together with, Heaven won by violence, upon Matth. 11. 12. And, A new and living way of dying, upon, Heb. 11. 13. By Christopher Jelinger: and now published with the dedications thereof, by Christian friends.
Jelinger, Christopher. / [1665] Heaven won by violence, or, A treatise upon Mat. 11, 12 compendiously containing very nigh the whole body of practical divinity : and shewing vvhat a sacred violence is, and how it must be used and offered in believing, repenting, and all the duties of your high calling : together with a new and living way of dying, upon Heb. 11:1 added thereunto / by Christopher Jelinger ; and published, with the dedications thereof, by some Christian friends.
Jelinger, Christopher. / [1641] The excellency of Christ, or, The rose of Sharon shewing the art of taking Christ as the onely soveraign medicine of a sin-sick soul : accomodated both for those that are without and for those that are in Christ who are thereby instructed how they must be fitted to apply Christ unto themselves in 25 cases upon that excellent text in Cant. 2:1 ... / by Christopher Jelinger.
Jelinger, Christopher. / [printed in the year 1664] A cluster of sweetest grapes for saints, brought from the heavenly Canaan. Or, The saints assurance gotten, and to be had in this life, by the several means specified in this tract upon I Pet. 1.9. And fifteen soul-solacing conferences with Christ, touching sins and the world's conquest; according to the high and noble art of fighting the great fight of Faith, I Tim.6.12. Fitted for all such gracious souls as do most heartily desire to see the death of their strong and mighty corruptions, & a thorow [sic] victory gotten over this vile and troublesome world. By Christopher Jelinger M. A.
Jelinger, Christopher. / [1656] Christ and his saints spending their time together day and night: or, Christ and his saints. 1. Walking together in the fields, by day. 2. Lodging in the village, by night. 3. Early-rising together for the heavenly vineyards every morning. Beeing the substance of sundry sermons upon Cant. 7. 11, 12. By Christopher Jelinger, minister of the Gospel at South-Brent in Devon.
Jemmat, Samuel. / [1683] A sermon preached at the assizes held in Warwick, March the nineteenth 1682/3 by Samuel Jemmat ...
Jemmat, William, 1596?-1678. / [1643] A watch-vvord for Kent: and may serve for admonition to Essex, Suffolke, and other counties which doe enjoy the gospell, and their estates in quietnesse. Exhorting Gods people to stir up themselves out of security, and prepare for an heavy iudgement that may be comming upon them: being sermon-notes delivered at Feversham in the county of Kent: / by William Jemmat, Master of Arts: ordered by Parliament to bee preacher there.
Jemmat, William, 1596?-1678. / [1698] A threefold alphabet of rules, concerning Christian-practice. The first precept of every letter concerning our duty toward God; the second towards our neighbour; the third towards our selves. Gathered at a friends request in this order for the helping the memory. / Revised and approved for Dr. Thomas Taylor's own collection, by William Jemmat Minister at Reading.
Jemmat, William, 1596?-1678. / [1624] A spirituall trumpet exciting and preparing to the Christian warfare. Sounded first in the vtmost parts of the Lords campe, to one wing of the armie, now in the midst for the benefit of all. By William Iemmat, Master of Arts, and preacher of Gods word at the Lechlade in Gloucester shire.
Jemmat, William, 1596?-1678. / [1644] The rocke, or, A setled heart in unsetled times a short discourse minding and helping Gods people to make use of their faith for moderating their feares in these sad times of the sorrowes of Sion : being the heads of some sermons preached lately and now published for that purpose / by William Jemmat ...
Jemmat, William, 1596?-1678. / [1666] A practical exposition of the historical prophesie of Jonah delivering sundry brief notes in a cursory way concerning the mind of the Holy Ghost in the several passages. Imprimatur. June 5. 1665.
Jemmat, William, 1596?-1678. / [1666] Now and ever; shewing, where the work of conversion is thoroughly done, it is done for ever. / By William Jemmat, preacher of the Gospel in Reading.
Jencks, Francis, b. 1640. / [1679] Mr. Francis Jenk's speech spoken in a common hall, the 24th of June 1679 for which he hath been ever since maligned and scandalized by the Papists and their abetters.
Jenings, Francis. / [printed in the year MDCLXI. 1661] Some queries, proposed to discover the necessity of magistrates and laws: and engaging to defend both They are writ for those sakes who are not yet come into so great a measure of light and love, and charity, as to bear all things, and to see all things lawful: 'tis light that discovers the lawfulness of things, and charity bears them; and 'tis love that fulfils all law; (and these three are one:) and when all law is fulfilled, or fulled full, where then is there place in such, for unlawful, or law unfilled?
Jenings, Francis. / [1659] The faithful description of pure love in perfect peace which is the bond of all perfections. Written by Francis Jenings R. and now published for their sakes who are subject to be burthened and tormented.
Jenison, Robert, 1584?-1652. / [1642] Two treatises the first concerning Gods certaine performance of his conditional promises, as touching the elect, or, A treatise of Gods most free and powerfull grace, lately published without the authours privitie, and printed corruptly, by the name and title of Solid comfort for sound Christians : the second, concerning the extent of Christs death and love, now added to the former : with an additionall thereunto : both of them preached at New-Castle upon Tine ... / by Robert Ienison ...
Jenison, Robert, 1584?-1652. / [1641] Soled comfort for sound Christians, or, A treatise of Gods absolute (and most certaine) performance of his conditionall promises in regard of the elect being a parcell of a larger discourse on John 13.17 / by Robert Jenison.
Jenison, Robert, 1584?-1652. / [MDCXLVIII. 1648] The return of the sword: or a divine prognostick delivered in a sermon at Newcastle : manifesting that breach of covenant is a prognostick of the return of the sword. / By Robert Jenison. Dr. of D.
Jenison, Robert, 1584?-1652. / [1637] Newcastles call, to her neighbour and sister townes and cities throughout the land, to take warning by her sins and sorrowes. Lest this overflowing scourge of pestilence reach even unto them also. As also a direction, how to discover such sins as are the procurers of Gods judgments by divers methods. By R. Jenison, Dr. of D. Whereunto is added, the number of them that dyed weekely in Newcastle and Garth-side, from May 6. to December 31. 1636.
Jenison, Robert, 1584?-1652. / [1621] The height of Israels heathenish idolatrie, in sacrificing their children to the Deuill diuided into three sections: where is shewed in the first, the growth and degrees of this, and generally of other sinnes and idolatries. In the second, that the Deuill was the god of the heathen; with the meanes by which he obtayned that honour. With a large application to our times, against popery, shewing the pride thereof, and malice both against soule and body; together with the meanes, sleights, and policies by which it seduceth, killeth, and in the person of the Pope, raiseth it selfe to its present height. In the third, the blinde zeale of idolaters. Deliuered generally in two sermons preached at S. Maries in Cambridge: the first whereof is much inlarged: by Robert Ienison Bachelor of Diuinitie, and late Fellow of S. Johns Colledge in Cambridge.
Jenison, Robert, 1584?-1652. / [1649] The faithfull depositaty [sic] of sound doctrine and ancient truths maintained against all oppositions of science, falsely so called, and against the prophane and vaine bablings of unsound teachers, or, A treatise on the I Tim. 6. 20 / by R.J., D.D. ; with the authors farewell to his hearers, readers, if not to the world.
Jenison, Robert, 1584?-1652. / [1624] Directions for the vvorthy receiuing of the Lords Supper with some few questions to the same purpose. By Robert Iension, Batchelor in Diuinity, and Minister of Gods Word, at New-Castle vpon Tine.
Jenison, Robert, 1584?-1652. / [1625] The Christians apparelling by Christ. Where is shewed in three parts: 1. The happinesse, honour, aud [sic] confortable estate of all true Christians: with the wretched estate of all others. 2. The duetie it selfe, with particular directions. 3. The triall and examination of our selues by distinctiue notes. By R.I. B.D.
Jenison, Robert, 1648-1688. / [1679] The narrative of Robert Jenison of Grays-Inn, Esquire containing I. a further discovery and confirmation of the late horrid and treasonable popish plot against His Majestie's person, government, and the Protestant religion, II. the names of the four ruffians, designed to have murthered the King, III. the reasons why this discovery hath been so long deferred, by the said Robert Jenison, IV. an order of His Majesty in Council touching the same ... : together with a preface introductory to the said narrative.
Jenison, Robert, 1648-1688. / [1680] The informations of Robert Jenison of Grayes Inn, Esquire relating the horrid Popish Plott, as they were given in writing upon oath to the Honourable House of Commons on Tuesday the 9th day of November, 1680.
Jenison, Robert, 1648-1688. / [1680] The information of Robert Jennison of Grays-Inn, Gent. delivered at the bar of the House of Commons, Tuesday the ninth day of November, in the year of our Lord, 1680, perused and signed to be printed, according to the order of the House of Commons, by me William Williams, Speaker.
Jenkes, Edward. / [1649] To all the people of England, souldiers, and others, more especially in and about the city of London: the humble remonstrance of Edward Jenkes, Gent. on behalf of the Common-Wealth.
Jenkes, Henry, d. 1697. / [1683] The Christian tutor, or, A free and rational discourse of the sovereign good and happiness of man, and the infallible way of attaining it, especially in the practice of Christian religion written in a letter of advice to Mr. James King in the East-Indies / by Henry Jenkes ... ; and now published for the benefit of all others.
Jenkin, Robert, 1656-1727. / [1690] The title of an usurper after a thorough settlement examined in answer to Dr. Sherlock's Case of the allegiance due to sovereign powers, &c.
Jenkin, Robert, 1656-1727. / [1700] The reasonableness and certainty of the Christian religion by Robert Jenkin ...
Jenkin, Robert, 1656-1727. / [1690] A defence of the profession which the Right Reverend Father in God, John, Late Lord Bishop of Chichester, made upon his death-bed concerning passive obedience, and the new oaths : together with an account of some passages of his Lordship's life.
Jenkin, Robert, 1656-1727. / [1688] Historical examination of the authority of general councils shewing the false dealing that hath been used in the publishing of them, and the difference amongst the Papists themselves about their number.
Jenkins, David, 1582-1663. / [MD CXLVIII 1648] The vvorks of that grave and learned lavvyer Iudge Ienkins, prisoner in Newgate.: Upon divers statutes, concerning the liberty, and freedome of the subject. With a perfect table thereto annexed.
Jenkins, David, 1582-1663. / [1647] The vindication of Judge Jenkins prisoner in the Tower, the 29. of Aprill, 1647
Jenkins, David, 1582-1663. / [1647. ] To the honorable societies of Gray's-Inne, and of the rest of the innes of court, and to all the professors of the law
Jenkins, David, 1582-1663. / [1648] The triall of Judge Jengins [sic] at the House of Commons barre:: upon an impeachment of high-treason, on Munday last, Februa. 21. 1647. With heads of the charge read against him. And his answer. Also the votes of the House of Commons thereupon.
Jenkins, David, 1582-1663. / [1648] A short, sure, and conscientious expedient for agreement & peace.: Tendred to the two Houses of Parliament: with an appeale to the Assembly of Divines; and an application to the people, and the Ministery of the Kingdome. / VVritten by D.J.
Jenkins, David, 1582-1663. / [Anno 1647] Severall papers lately vvritten and published by Iudge Ienkins, prisoner in the Tower viz. 1. His vindication. 2. The armies indempnity [sic]: with a declaration, shewing, how every subject ought to be tryed for treasons, felonies, and all other capitall crimes. 3. Lex terræ. 4. A cordiall for the good people of London. 5. A discourse touching the incoveniences of a long continued Parliament. 6. An apologie for the army.
Jenkins, David, 1582-1663. / [in the yeare, 1647] A scourge for the directorie, and the revolting synod.: Which hath sitten this 5. yeares, more for foure shillings a day, then for conscience sake. / By Judge Jenkins.
Jenkins, David, 1582-1663. / [1657] Pacis consultum:: a directory to the publick peace: briefly describing, the antiquity, extent, practice and jurisdiction of several countrey-corporation-courts; especially, the court leet. An exact and perfect method to keep a court of survey for the setting forth and bounding of the mannors, lands, and tenements; with the articles to be therein given in charge: a work most useful: of which subject, never was any thing printed before. An abstract of the penal statutes, useful for all men to know. Also some difficult questions in law, proposed unto, and resolved / by Judge Jenkings.
Jenkins, David, 1582-1663. / [Printed in the yeare, 1648] A preparative to the treaty: or, a short, sure, and conscientious expedient for agreement and peace;: tendred to the two Houses of Parliament. With an appeale to the assembly of divines. Also, an admonition to the people, concerning the present ingagements. / By Da. J. P.N.
Jenkins, David, 1582-1663. / [Printed in the year 1680] The kings prerogative and the subjects privileges asserted according to law and reason by a person of honour.
Jenkins, David, 1582-1663. / [Re-printed in the year, 1660] Judge Jenkins remonstrance to the Lords and Commons of the two Houses of Parliament at Westminster, the 21. of February, 1647.: By David Jenkins prisoner in Newgate.
Jenkins, David, 1582-1663. / [Printed in the yeare, 1647 i.e. 1648] Judge Jenkin's plea: delivered in to the Earle of Manchester, and the Speaker of the House of Commons sitting in the Chancery at Westminster. Which was read by their command in open court, the 14. of February 1647. And there avowed, / by David Ienkins, prisoner in Newgate.
Jenkins, David, 1582-1663. / [1647] Iudge Ienkins remonstrance to the Lords and Commons of the two Houses of Parliament, at Westminster, the 21 of February, 1647 by David Ienkins ...
Jenkins, David, 1582-1663. / [Printed in the yeare, 1649] God and the King: or, The divine constitution of the supreme magistrate; especially in the kingdome of England: against all popular pretenders whomsoever.: Published for the satisfaction of the weake: being a private discourse of a reverend judge, with some commanders of the Army, for their satisfaction, by their desire.
Jenkins, David, 1582-1663. / [Printed in the yeare, 1647] A discourse touching the inconveniencies of a long continued Parliament.: And the judgement of the law of the land in that behalfe. / By David Jenkins now prisoner in the Tower of London.
Jenkins, David, 1582-1663. / [Printed in the yeer, 1648] The declaration of David Jenkins: late prisoner in the Tower of London; concerning the Parliaments army, and the lawes and liberties of the people of England. With the copy of his letter sent from VVallingford Castle, to his dread soveraign the King; and his advice and directions touching the treaty. Subscribed, David Jenkins.
Jenkins, David, 1582-1663. / [1647] The cordiall of Judge Jenkins, for the good people of London in reply to a thing called, An answer to the poysonous seditious paper of Mr. David Jenkins, by H.P., Barrester of Lincolnes-Inne.
Jenkins, David, 1582-1663. / [1647] The armies indempnity.:
Jenkins, David, 1582-1663. / [Printed in the yeare, 1648] The answer of Judge Jenkins, to the imputation put upon his plea in Chancerie;: which was read in open court the 14 of Februarie, 1647. / And avowed by David Jenkins, prisoner in Newgate.
Jenkins, David, 1582-1663. / [Printed in the yeare, 1647] An apology for the army,: touching the eight quære's upon the late declarations and letters from the army, touching sedition falsly charged upon them. Wherein those quæres are resolved, and thereby the present proceedings of the army are proved to be legall, just & honorable. By David Jenkins, prisoner in the Tower of London.
Jenkins, David, 1582-1663. / [1648] All is not gould that glisters;: with a vindication of His Majestie from the scandalous aspersions concerning former taxes and ship-money. / Written to informe the ignorant, to satisfie the unsatisfied, and to stop the mouthes of all such as carry two faces under one hood.
Jenkins, Walter, 1625 or 6-1661. / [1663] the lavv given forth out of Sion, and the commandments of the Lord of life, (who is Lord from Heaven) made known unto men. By Walter Jenkins
Jenkinson, William. / [1642] Lamentable and sad nevves from the north.: Viz. Yorke; Lancaster, Darby, and Newcastle, sent in a letter from a gentleman resident in Yorke, to his friend living in Lumbard Street. Also strange newes from Leicester, how Colonell Lunsford, Captain Legg, and Mr Hastings have appeared in a warlike manner, with a true discovery of their intention, and the manner of the opposition by the Earle of Stanfoord lord lieutenant of that county.
Jenks, Benjamin, 1646-1724. / [1689] A thanksgiving sermon preach'd upon the fifth of November, 1689 by Ben. Jenks.
Jenks, Benjamin, 1646-1724. / [MDCXCVII. 1697] A sermon preach'd at Harley in Shropshire, December 2. 1697. Being the day of publick thanksgiving for the peace; and for His Majesty's safe return. By Ben. Jenks, rector of Harley, and chaplain to the Right Honourable the Earl of Bradford.
Jenks, Benjamin, 1646-1724. / [1690] A letter to a gentleman of note, guilty of common swearing recommended now to all such of that rank as are under the same guilt, and fit to be perused by all Their Majesties good subjects that would please both God and the king, in helping to suppress this crying sin / by B.J.
Jenks, Benjamin, 1646-1724. / [MDCXCVI 1696] The liberty of prayer asserted, and garded [sic] from licentiousness: by a minister of the Church of England.
Jenks, Benjamin, 1646-1724. / [1697] Prayers and offices of devotion for families, and for particular persons, upon most occasions. By Ben. Jenks, Rector of Harley, in Shropshire, and chaplain to the Right Honourable the Earl of Bradford.
Jenks, Benjamin, 1646-1724. / [1699] The bell rung to prayers an earnest persuasive to the daily worship of God in every family : calling upon all houses to be houses of prayer / by Ben. Jenks ...
Jenks, Silvester, 1656?-1714. / [Printed M DC XCIX. 1699] Practical discourses upon the morality of the Gospel.
Jenks, Silvester, 1656?-1714. / [1686] A letter concerning the Council of Trent.
Jenks, Sylvester, 1656?-1714. / [M. DC. XCII 1692] A contrite and humble heart: with motives & considerations to prepare it.
Jenks, Sylvester, 1656?-1714. / [1698] The blind obedience of an humble penitent the best cure for scruples
Jenkyn, William, 1613-1685. / [1645] The stil-destroyer or, Self-seeking discovered.: Together with the curse it brings, and the cure it requires. A sermon preached before the Right Honourable the Lord Maior and Court of Aldermen of the city of London, upon occasion of a solemne anniversary meeting, April 9th 1645. / By William Ienkyn Master of Arts, and minister of Gods word at Christ-Church London.
Jenkyn, William, 1613-1685. / [1647] A sleeping sicknes the distemper of the times:: as it was discovered in its curse and cure. In a sermon preached before the Right Honourable the House of Peeres in the Abby-Church at Westminster upon the 27th of January, the day appointed for their solemne and publicke humiliation. / By William Jenkyn Minister of Gods Word at Christ-Church London.
Jenkyn, William, 1613-1685. / [1685] Mr. Jenkins's dying thoughts who departed this life on Monday the 19th of this instant January, in the Prison of Newgate.
Jenkyn, William, 1613-1685. / [1654] A shock of corn coming in in its season.: A sermon preached at the funeral of that ancient and eminent servant of Christ VVilliam Gouge, Doctor of Divinity, and late pastor of Black-Fryars, London, December the 16th, 1653. With the ample and deserved testimony that then was given of his life, by William Jenkyn (now) pastor of Black-Fryars, London.
Jenkyn, William, 1613-1685. / [1651] A sermon preached at Mary Aldermanbury, on the 5. day of November, 1651.: Being a day set apart in remembrance of that great deliverance from the gunpowder treason. By William Jenkins, sometimes minister of Christ-Church London, and late prisoner in the Tower. Being the first sermon he preached since his releasement. Published by speciall authority.
Jenkyn, William, 1613-1685. / [1646] Reformation's remora; or, Temporizing the stop of building the temple.: A sermon preached before the Right Honourable the House of Peers, in the Abbey-Church at Westminster, upon the 25th of February, 1645. being the day appointed for their solemne and publike humiliation. / By William Jenkyn, Master of Arts, and minister of Gods Word at Christ-Church London.
Jenkyn, William, 1613-1685. / [1656] The policy of princes in subjection to the Son. Explained and applied, in a sermon preached before the Right Honourable the Parliament, in Margarets Westminster, on Wednesday the 24th of Sept. 1656. being the day of their publick fast. / By William Jenkyn pastor of Anne Black-Fryers.
Jenkyn, William, 1613-1685. / [1675] Exodus, or, The decease of holy men and ministers consider'd in the nature, certainty, causes, and improvement thereof : a sermon preach't Sept. 12. 1675 : by occasion of the much lamented death of that learned and reverend minister of Christ, Dr. Lazarus Seaman ...
Jenkyn, William, 1613-1685. / [1651] M. Jenkin's recantation, or His humble acknovvledgement by way of petition to the Parliament.: Wherein he confesseth his sorrow for his actions against the state, and the unsuitableness thereof to his calling and profession. As also the Parliaments answer to his petition.
Jenkyn, William, 1613-1685. / [1654] An exposition of the epistle of Jude,: together with many large and usefull deductions. Formerly delivered in sudry lectures in Christ-Church London. By William Jenkyn, minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and pastor of the church at Black-friars, London. The second part.
Jenkyn, William, 1613-1685. / [1652] An exposition of the Epistle of Jude,: together with many large and useful deductions. Lately delivered in XL lectures in Christ-Church London, by William Jenkyn, Minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. The first part.
Jenkyn, William, 1613-1685. / [1651] Certain conscientious queries from Mr. Will. Jenkin being the grounds of his late petition and submission to the present power : whereunto is annexed his petition still very much desired : with the copy of a letter formerly sent to him and Mr. Love with other ministers therein nominated, supplicating their non-ingaging or withstanding Gods stupendious and amazing acts of late and present providences, which if harken'd to in time might have prevented their late sufferings, and better kept up their esteem : also the Parliaments most gracious and indulgent pardon to them all, notwithstanding their acts of treason against the peace of the common-wealth.
Jenkyn, William, 1613-1685. / [1662] The burning yet un-consumed bush, or, The holinesse of places discuss'd held forth in two farewel-sermons at Christ-Church London, August 17th, 1662 / by William Jenkins.
Jenkyn, William, 1613-1685. / [1648] The blind guide, or, The doting doctor composed by way of reply to a late tediously trifling pamphlet, entituled, The youngling elder, &c., written by John Goodwin ... : this reply indifferently serving for the future direction of the seducer himself, and also of those his mis-led followers, who with him are turned enemies to the word and grace of God : to the authority of which word, and the efficacie of which grace are in this following treatise, succinctly, yet satisfactorily vindicated from the deplorably weak and erroneous cavills of the said John Goodwin in his late pamphlet / by William Jenkyn ...
Jenkyn, William, 1613-1685. / [1648] Allotrioepiskopos,: the busie bishop. Or The visitor visited. By way of answer to a very feeble pamphlet lately published by Mr J.G. called Sion Colledge visited, in which answer, his cavils against the ministers of London for witnessing against his errours touching the holy Scriptures, and the power of man to good supernaturall, are answered, and the impertinency of his quotations out of the fathers, Martin Bucer, and Mr Ball are manifested. / By William Jenkyn minister of the Word of God at Christ-Church London.
Jenner, David, d. 1691. / [1676] The life & death of S. Luke delivered in a sermon on S. Lukes day, before the University at Great S. Maries in Cambridge / by David Jenner ...
Jenner, David, d. 1691. / [1685] The prerogative of primogeniture shewing that the right of succession to an hereditary crown, depends not upon grace, religion, &c., but onely upon birth-right and primogeniture, and that the chief cause of all or most rebellions in Christendom, is a fanatical belief that temporal dominion is founded in grace / by David Jenner ...
Jenner, David, d. 1691. / [1681] Cain's mark and murder, K. Charls the I his martyrdom delivered in a sermon on January the thirtieth / by David Jenner, B.D. ...
Jenner, David, d. 1691. / [MDCLXXXIII 1683] Beaufrons, or, A new-discovery of treason under the fair-face and mask of religion, and of liberty and conscience : in an answer to the Protestant reconciler ... / by one of His Majestie's chaplains.
Jenney, George, fl. 1626. / [1626] A catholike conference, betweene a Protestant and a Papist about the Church visible and invisible, wherein, is declared the happines, and blessed estate of the members of the invisible Church, in this life, in their death, in their resurrection, and after the resurrection for euer. And also a definition of the visible Church, which conteineth the very essence thereof, both in matter and forme, and is illustrated further by proofes, both from the word, and workes of God. And in it, is also shewed the infallible markes of a true visible Church, whereby it may be knowne. And also therein are shewed the deceiuable markes of the Church of Rome, which deceits are therein laid open, and confuted.
Jenney, Henry, b. 1607 or 8. / [1656] A caveat or information, for informers, witnesses, and judges (Not printed till now) useful for this present time of reformation; delivered in a sermon at Preston in Lancashire, the first Wednesday in July, 1647. before an assembly of divines, and deputie-lieutenants. By Henry Jenney Mr. of Arts, now vicar of St. Michaels in the said county.
Jenney, John, d. 1697. / [1673] A sermon preached at the funeral of the right honble the Lady Frances Paget the religious consort of the right honble William Lord Paget, (eldest daughter to the right honourable Henry Earl of Holland, who was beheaded for his loyalty to this King) in the parish-church of West-Drayton in the county of Middlesex, on the 12th of Nevember, 1672. By Jehu Jenny, M.A. and Vicar of Harmondsworth.
Jennings, Samuel, d. 1708. / [1694] The state of the case, briefly but impartially given betwixt the people called Quakers, Pensilvania, &c. in America, who remain in unity, and George Keith, with some few seduced by him into a separation from them as also a just vindication of my self from the reproaches and abuses of those backsliders / by Samuel Jennings.
Jennings, Theodore. / [1647] The right vvay to peace:: shewing the art of over-coming one another by love : in a dialogue between a friend and his neighbour. Humbly presented to the Right Honourable the Lords and Commons in Parliament : and to the whole nation; / by their old and faithfull servant in the publick, Theodore Jennings.
Jennings, Theodore. / [1646] Truths returne:: in answer to a malignant pamphlet, pretended to be written by a most orthodox, moderate, and judicious divine, a banished minister of this miserable kingdom; to a vertuous lady, who (for the exercise of her devotion) built a closet, wherein to secure the most sacred Book of Common-Prayer, from the view and violence of the enemies thereof, sectaries and schismatiques of this kingdome. Being printed together; that thereby the great difference may appear, between prayer reall, and pretended: a forme of godlinesse, and the power thereof. / By Theo: Jennings, gent.
Jephcott, John, 1639 or 40-1713. / [1698] A sermon of good works Preached at Feckenham, in the county of Worcester, on Thursday in Whitsun-week, May 17, 1697. at the yearly meeting of the feofees, appointed by Sir Thomas Cookes baronet, to manage the charity given by him, for educating and providing for twelve poor children there, and for maintaining a school-master to instruct them in learning and piety. By John Jephcott, D.D. prebendary of Worcester, and rector of All Saints in the burrough of Evesham.
Jephson, William, Dean of Lismore, fl. 1698. / [M DC XC VII 1698] A sermon preached in S. Andrew's Church, Dublin, on the 5th of November, 1698. Being the anniversary thanksgiving for the deliverance from the Gun-Powder-Treason plot, in England, in the year 1605. Before the honourable the House of Commons. / By Mr. William Jephson, Dean of Lismore.
Jermin, Michael, 1590 or 91-1659. / [1639] A commentary, upon the whole booke of Ecclesiastes or The preacher Wherein the originall Hebrew text is carefully examined, our owne English translation and others are duely viewed and compared, in which also the literall sense is chiefly considered, other senses as usefull are not omitted. The exposition of the ancient fathers, and other ancient and classicall authours being diligently observed: the whole is also illustrated with frequent passages and sentences taken out of them. By Michael Jermin, Dr. in Divinitie, and Rect. of St. Martins Lud-gate. London.
Jerome, Saint, d. 419 or 20. / [1535?] As Iheronimus, sheweth in this begynnynge, so wyll I wryte of the .iiij. tokens the whiche shall be shewed afore the dredefull daye of dome, of our lorde Ihesu Christe. For there shall we shewe ourself yonge and olde, [and]c.
Jerome, Stephen, fl. 1604-1650. / [1641] Treason in Ireland for the blowing up of the Kings English forces with a hundred barrells of gun-powder; with the names of the chiefe agents; and the manner of the discovery, December the tenth. VVith a relation of the crueltie of the Irish rebels used against the English Protestants there, killing them, ravishing the women, cutting them to pieces, ... With two battels fought betwixt the Protestants and the Rebels: the Rebels having the worst in both. With a plot discovered at Athigh. Sent into England by Mr [sic] Hierome, Minister of Gods Word at Athigh in Ireland.
Jerome, Stephen, fl. 1604-1650. / [1650] A ministers mite: cast into the stocke of a weake memory: helpt by rules and experiments. VVith a winter night schoole tutoring discourse to generous youth.
Jerome, Stephen, fl. 1604-1650. / [1619] Origens repentance: after he had sacrificed to the idols of the heathen Gathered from Suidas, Nicephorus, Osiander, and the Greeke and Latine coppies in Origens workes; illustrated and applied to the case of euery poore penitent ... Diuided into three sections: containing 1 Origens fearefull fall. 2 His behauiour in it. 3 His worthy and sound conuersion. Together with Origens life and death, and other materiall obseruations. Written by Stephen Ierom, Master of Arts, and preacher of the towne of Newcastle; first for his owne exercise, and now published for the good of others.
Jerome, Stephen, fl. 1604-1650. / [1614] Moses his sight of Canaan with Simeon his dying-song. Directing how to liue holily and dye happily. By Steuen Jerome, late preacher at St. Brides. Seene and allowed.
Jerome, Stephen, fl. 1604-1650. / [Anno Dom. M.DC.XXV. 1625] Englands iubilee, or Irelands ioyes Io-pæan, for King Charles his welcome. With the blessings of Great-Britaine, her dangers, deliuerances, dignities from God, and duties to God, pressed and expressed. More particularly, Irelands triumphals, with the congratulations of the English plantations, for the preseruation of their mother England, solemnized by publike sermons. In which 1. The mirrour of Gods free grace, 2. The mappe of our ingratitude, 3. The meanes and motiues to blesse God for his blessings. 4. The platforme of holy praises are doctrinally explained, and vsefully applyed, to this secure and licentious age. By Stephen Ierome, domesticke chaplaine to the Right Honourable Earle of Corke.
Jerome, Stephen, fl. 1604-1650. / [1628] The haughty heart humbled: or, The penitents practice: in the regall patterne of King Ezekiah. Directory and consolatory to all the mourners in Sion, to sow in teares, and to reape in ioy. By S.I. preacher of Gods Word.
Jerome, Stephen, fl. 1604-1650. / [1631 i.e. 1632?] The arraignement of the vvhole creature, at the barre of religion, reason, and experience. Occasioned vpon an inditement preferred by the soule of man against the prodigals vanity and vaine prodigality. Explained, applyed, and tryed in the historie and misterie of that parable. From whence is drawne this doome orthodoxicall, and iudgement divine. That no earthly vanity can satisfie mans heavenly soule. ...
Jervis, William. / [1656?] Drury-House nobly declared to the Parliament of the Commonwealth of England, Scotland, and Ireland, &c., the humble petition of William Jervis gent.
Jervis, William, Gent. / [1653] A brief vindication of VVilliam Jervis, gent.: Against the scandalous aspersions of John Hodder, gent. By way of a narrative.
Jesland, Thomas. / [December the 9th. 1642] A true and full relation, of the troubles in Lancashiere; between the Lord Strange, now Earle of Derby; and the well-affected people of that countie:: with their valiant resistance, and full resolution. Also, certain passages between the Earl of Newcastle, and Captaine Hotham in York-sheire. Sent to a reverend divine in London.
Jesop, William. / [1644] A more exact and full relation of many admirable passages, which happened during the whole siege of Lime.: VVherein Gods mercy is oftentimes miraculously expressed towards the inhabitants of the said place. As also the manner of relieving of the town of Lyme, by the Right Honourable, Robert Earl of Warwick, Lord high Admirall of England. As it was sent to a speciall friend, by William Iesop, Esq; secretary to his Honour. Also the names and number of such persons as came fron Prince Maurice, to the Earle of Warwick. Published according to order.
Jesserson, Susanna. / [1675] A bargain for bachelors, or, The best wife in the world for a penny fairly offered to young-men for directing their choice, and to maids for their imitation / by Mrs. Susanna Jesserson.
Jessey, Henry, 1603-1663. / [1656] A narrative of the late proceeds at White-Hall concerning the Jews who had desired by R. Manasses an agent for them, that they might return into England, and worship the God of their fathers here in their synagogues, &c. : published for satisfaction to many in several parts of England, that are desirous, and inquisitive to hear the truth thereof.
Jessey, Henry, 1603-1663. / [1658] An information, concerning the present state of the Jewish nation in Europe and Judea. Wherein the footsteps of Providence preparing a way for their conversion to Christ, and for their deliverance from captivity, are discovered.
Jessop, Constantine, 1601 or 2-1658. / [1644] The angel of the Church of Ephesus no bishop of Ephesus,: distinguished in order from, and superior in power to a presbyter. As it was lately delivered in a collation before the Reverend Assembly of divines. By Constant Jessop Minister of the Word at Fifeild in Essex. Imprimatur Charles Herle.
Jesus Christ (Spirit) / [1679] The revelation of Jesus Christ just as he spake it in verses at several times, and sometimes in prose, unto his faithful servant Anne Wentworth, who suffereth for his name : containing mercy and judgment, comforts to Zion, but woes to Babylon / published by a friend in love to souls, for the good of such as will receive and believe the truth ...
Jevon, Rachel. / [1660] Exultationis carmen to the Kings most Excellent Majesty upon his most desired return.: By Rachel Jevon, presented with her own hand, Aug. 16th.
Jewel, Edward. / [printed in the year 1678] A brief discourse of the stomach and parts subservient unto it of the generating of blood and humors, their degenerating into diseases, how and by what means they are wrought up in the body. Set forth in a dialogue between a physician and a countrey-man his patie made so plain and easie, that any one may know so much of his own strength and constitution, as to judge of his state of health, and tendency to sickness, and be able to help himself therein, in order to which, is subjoyned an account of that incompatable extractum pareton, or, extract of universal vertue and sufficiency, in the cure of most, but especially chronical diseases, incident to men and women. Prepared by the art and industry of Edward Jewel.
Jewel, Edward. / [1690?] A brief account of the qualifications, vertues, and use of that incomparable extractum humorale, called also Panareton, from that universal operation it hath upon all humoral diseases, that is, proceeding from evil or corrupt humours. / Prepared by Edward [J]ewel Dr. of Physick, and known by the name of his pills.
Jewell, William, b. 1585 or 6. / [1612] The golden cabinet of true treasure: containing the summe of morall philosophie. Translated out of French & enlarged, by W. Ievvel, Mr of Arts, of Exeter Colledge in Oxford.
Jewish Vegetarians (Organization) / [1651] A discovery of the Popes pride, ambition and cruelty, in a tyrannicall, barbarous and bloudy manner exercised on Emperours, Kings, and kingdomes: the miseries, ruine, and desolations by them brought on the Christian world. With their vitious and unchaste lives, their wicked practices for obtaining the Popedome, by murthers, poysonings, &c. By J.V.