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Micanzio, Fulgenzio. / [1651] The life of the most learned Father Paul, of the Order of the Servie ... translated out of Italian by a person of quality.
Michel, James. / [1654] The spovse rejoycing over antichrist, and triumphing over the devill,: in the day of the Lord, when God alone shal bee exalted. Written in the day and yeer, when the world is running besides it self, crying out against truth, in the hearing of truth; this mad world is beside it self, persecuting those which desire not to meddle with the world: I have found it, that the world cannot indure light, my experience makes it manifest. / Written by James Michel, who have been lately accused for blasphemy in the words which is Scripture; they say that this is blasphemy which the Scripture faith, My God, my God is a consuming fire, and everlasting burning: to this I shal rest to the proceeding further in the book.
Michel, Thomas, fl. 1647. / [June 21. 1647] The last nevves from the armie:: June the twentieth, 1647. Wherein is set forth, their further resolution and proceedings about Windsor Castle, and their sending of a party of horse and dragoones into Kent. As also, their seizing of the magazine in Oxford, and bringing of it to the army; together with above forty piece of canon. Likewise, the present proceedings of the army about the Golden Butter-firkins taken at Graves-end, and a further discoverie therein.
Michelborne, John, 1647-1721. / [1703?] The case of Col. John Michelburne: late Governor of Londonderry; and the regiment then under his command.
Micheli, Raphel. / [1569] Le premier liure de poemes de Raphel Micheli.
Mico, John. / [1623] Spirituall food, and physick vis. Milke for the younger. Meat for the stronger. The substance of diuinitie. A pill to purge out poperie.
Mico, John. / [1623] A pill to purge out poperie: or, A catechisme for Romish Catholikes shewing that popery is contrarie to the grounds of the Catholike religion, and that therefore papists cannot be good Catholikes.
Middlesex (England.). Grand Jury. / [1681] A true list of the names of the good men of the county of Middlesex, summoned to be of the grand-jury in the quarter sessions, begun at Westminster the sixth day of October, 1681.
Middlesex. Grand Jury. / [1681] The presentment and humble petition of the Grand Jury for the county of Middlesex to the Honourable and Right Worshipful the Justice of the Peace for the county of Middlesex, at this present general sessions held at Hick's Hall, begun the 18th day of May, 1681.
Middleton, John Middleton, Earl of, 1619-1674. / [August 28. 1644] An exact of Lievtenant Generall Middletons letter: To the honourable Sir William Waller.: And by him communicated to, and read in the honourable House of Commons, on Saturday last, being the 24. of this instant moneth of August. 1644. Wherein is set forth a victory, obtained against the enemy by a partie of horse and dragoones, under the command of Captaine Fincher, Quarter-Master Generall to Sir William Waller, at Farrington. Wherein were taken, slaine and dispersed neere 600. horse and foot of the enemy; as also a list of the names of the officers that were taken, with many other particulars in that great defeat. And withall, how one Captain Blunt a papist, killed most cruelly a godly minister, which captain, was with many others, there taken prisoners in this fight.
Middleton, John, 17th/18th cent. / [1720?] For the good of the publick. A true method, shewing all ranks and degrees of men, how to purchase an estate, or make provision for posterity, out of idle expences ... By John Middleton, Esq.
Middleton, John, Philomath. / [1679] Practical astrology in two parts : the first part containeth an easie introduction to the whole art of astrologie ... : the second part sheweth the resolution of all manner of horary questions which concern the life of man, his estate, brethren, or short journeys ... / by John Middleton, Philomath.
Middleton, Richard, d. 1641. / [1617] The heauenly pro:gresse. By Rich: Middleton.
Middleton, Richard, d. 1641. / [1619] Goodnes; the blessed mans badge: or Gods character stampt on mans conscience. In two sermons before the most excellent Prince Charles. By Richard Myddleton his Highnesse chaplayne.
Middleton, Richard, d. 1641. / [1613] The carde and compasse of life. Containing many passages, fit for these times. And directing all men in a true, Christian, godly and ciuill course, to arriue at the blessed and glorious harbour of heauen.
Middleton, Thomas, Sir, 1586-1666. / [Iuly. 10. 1644] A copy of a letter sent from Sir Tho. Middleton, to the Honorable, William Lenthall Esq: Speaker of the House of Commons.: Concerning the raising of the siege at Osvvestree, Iuly 3. 1644. By the forces commanded by the Earl of Denbigh. Sir Tho. Middleton, and Sir Will. Brereton. Wherein was divers of our enemies, men of quality, taken prisoners; 7. carriages, 200. common souldiers, 2 peeces of artillery, 100. horse. Also severall other letters to persons of quality in confirmation of the said victory. Together with a list of all the prisoners and carriages that were taken. Printed according to order.
Middleton, William, d. 1613. / [1606] Papisto-mastix, or The protestants religion defended. Shewing briefely when the great compound heresie of poperie first sprange; how it grew peece by peece till Antichrist was disclosed; how it hath been consumed by the breath of Gods mouth: and when it shall be cut downe and withered. By William Middleton Bachelor of Diuinitie, and minister of Hardwicke in Cambridge-shire.
Midgley, Robert, 1655?-1723. / [anno Dom. 1689] Popery banished with an account of their base cheats, especially, making the Word of God of no effect. And that their worship, although contrar to the Holy Scripture, they call best. January 17 1688[/]9. This may be printed. Rob, Midgley.
Midhope, Stephen. / [1644] Deaths advantage:: or A sermon preached at the funerall of that noble and valiant gentleman, Colonell William Gould, high sheriff of Devon: by order of Parliament, and late commander of the fort and island in Plymouth. By Stephen Midhope, Mr. of Arts.
Miege, Guy, 1644-1718? / [1669] A relation of three embassies from His Sacred Majestie Charles II, to the great Duke of Muscovie, the King of Sweden, and the King of Denmark performed by the Right Hoble. the Earle of Carlisle in the years 1663 & 1664 / written by an attendant on the embassies ...
Miege, Guy, 1644-1718? / [1683] The present state of Denmark. By Guy Miege, author of the New cosmography, or survey of the whole world.
Miege, Guy, 1644-1718? / [1691] The new state of England under Their Majesties K. William and Q. Mary in three parts ... / by G.M.
Miege, Guy, 1644-1718? / [1677] A new dictionary French and English with another English and French according to the present use and modern orthography of the French inrich'd with new words, choice phrases, and apposite proverbs : digested into a most accurate method : and contrived for the use both of English and foreiners / Guy Miege ...
Miege, Guy, 1644-1718? / [1682] A new cosmography, or, Survey of the whole world in six ingenious and comprehensive discourses, with a previous discourse, being a new project for bringing up young men to learning / humbly dedicated to the Honourable Henry Lyttelton, Esq. by Guy Miege, Gent.
Miege, Guy, 1644-1718? / [1694] Miscellanea, or, A choice collection of wise and ingenious sayings, &c of princes, philosophers, statesmen, courtiers, and others out of several antient and modern authors, for the pleasurable entertainment of the nobility and gentry of both sexes / by G.M.
Miege, Guy, 1644-1718? / [1679] A dictionary of barbarous French, or, A collection, by way of alphabet, of obsolete, provincial, mis-spelt, and made words in French taken out of Cotgrave's dictionary with some additions : a work much desired, and now performed, for the satisfaction of such as read Old French / by Gvy Miege ...
Miege, Guy, 1644-1718? / [1697] Delight and pastime, or, Pleasant diversion for both sexes consisting of good history and morality, witty jests, smart repartees, and pleasant fancies, free from obscene and prophane expressions, too frequent in other works of this kind, whereby the age is corrupted in a great measure, and youth inflamed to loose and wanton thoughts : this collection may serve to frame their minds to such flashes of wit as may be agreeable to civil and genteel conversation / by G.M.
Miege, Guy, 1644-1718? / [1691] A complete history of the late revolution from the first rise of it to this present time in three parts ... : to which is added a postscript, by way of seasonable advice to the Jacobite party.
Milbourne, Luke, 1649-1720. / [1688] A short defence of the orders of the Church of England, as by law establish'd, against some scatter'd objections of Mr. Webster of Linne by a presbyter of the diocess of Norwich.
Milbourne, Luke, 1649-1720. / [1683] Samaritanism reviv'd, a sermon preached at the parish church of Great Yarmouth, upon the ninth of September being the day appointed for a solemn thanksgiving for the discovery of the late horrid plot, against His Majesty's person and government / by Luke Milbourne.
Milbourne, Luke, 1649-1720. / [1683] The originals of rebellion, or, The ends of separation a sermon preached on the thirtieth of January, 1682 in the parish-church of Great Yarmovth / by Luke Milbourne ...
Milbourne, Luke, 1649-1720. / [1692] Mysteries in religion vindicated, or, The filiation, deity and satisfaction of our Saviour asserted against Socinians and others with occasional reflections on several late pamphlets / by Luke Milbourne ...
Milbourne, Luke, 1649-1720. / [1699] A farewel sermon preached at the Tabernacle in Spittle-Fields by Luke Milbourn ...
Milbourne, Luke, 1649-1720. / [1698] A false faith not justified by care for the poor prov'd in a sermon preach'd at St. Paul's Church, August 28th, 1698 / by Luke Milbourne ...
Milbourne, Luke, 1649-1720. / [1696] The Christian pattern paraphras'd, or, The book of the Imitation of Christ commonly ascrib'd to Thomas áa Kempis ; made English by Luke Milbourn ...
Milbourne, Luke, 1649-1720. / [MDCC. 1700] The catechisme of the Church of England explain'd [b]y short questions and answers for the use of the [Eng]lish church in Rotterdam, by [L]uke Milbourne, Presbyter and pastor there.
Milbourne, Richard, d. 1624. / [1607] Concerning imposition of hands. A sermon a the Lord Archbishop his visitation metropolitical, held, at Saint Marie Cray in Kent, by the Bishop of Rochester his Graces commissioner, the 7 of September last, preached by Richard Milborne Doctor of Diuinitie, and parson of Seuenoke in Kent.
Miles, Abraham. / [1662] The countrymans friend, and no circumventing mountebanck. But a rare method of chyrurgery and physick, teaching the country people excellent cures, the likewas [sic] never laid open in any age before. Besides here are four arts, three, of them concerning horses, and the fourth an art to keep a field of corn from any manner of fowles, that devour grain, this art is only by anointing a few crow feathers, for neither pidgeon, sparrow, rook nor crow will endure the field where they stick. By Abraham Miles.
Miles, John, fl. 1684. / [anno Dom. 1684] A true relation of the great victory obtained by the King of the Abissines, called Prester John, against the Turks. In taking the flourishing city of Habalee, and destroying 10,000 Ottomons [sic]. As also, a coppy of a letter from on board of his Majesties ship the Pearl, (riding then at Lisbon) from a gentleman to his brother in London, giving an account of several remarkable passages and rencounters against the Sally men.
Miller, Joshua, 17th cent. / [1650] A beame of light darted thorough [sic] the clouds, or, Truth breaking forth from under a veil by Joshua Miller.
Miller, Joshua, 17th cent. / [1655 i.e. 1656] Antichrist in man the Quakers Idol. Or a faithfull discovery of their ways and opinions by an eye and ear-witness thereof.: Together with an answer and confutation of some dangerous and damnable doctrines justified, in a paper sent by them unto me: as also one of them taken with a lie in his mouth before the magistrates. / By Joshuah Miller, a servant of Christ in the work of the Gospel.
Miller, Thomas. / [1676] The compleat modellist shewing the true and exact way of raising the model of any ship or vessel, small or great, either in proportion or out of proportion : also the manner how to find the length of every rope exactly, and tables which give the true bigness of every rope in each vessel, together with the weights of their cables and anchors / performed by Thomas Miller, of Great Yarmouth, seaman, and master in the art of raising the model.
Miller, William, b. 1592 or 3. / [1621] A sermon preached at the funerall of the worshipfull, Gilbert Davies Esquire: at Christow in Deuon. By W. Miller, minister, and preacher of Gods word at Runington. April 15. Anno Dom. 1620.
Milles, Robert. / [1612] Abrahams sute for Sodome a sermon preached at Pauls Cr[o]sse the 25 of August, 1611 / by Robert Milles, preacher of Gedny fenne, and Sutton St. Edmonds in Holland Lincolneshire.
Milles, Tho. (Thomas), 1550?-1627? / [1612?] Out-port-customers accompt, of all his receipts, to a shilling, or a penny, without concealement or enstaulement of any; according to his oath at his first admission. Wherein he plainely sets downe, as well the motiues and occasions, as the method and style of all his former writings ...
Milles, Tho. (Thomas), 1550?-1627? / [1610 i.e. 1611] The misterie of iniquitie. Plainely layd open by a lay-Christian, no profest diuine, out of truth in humanity, and rules of naturall reason. Whereby the world may see, read and vnderstand, the proud and vaine comparison of a cardinalles red-hat, and a kings golden crowne. Alwayes prouided, in reading, read all, or read nothing at all.
Milles, Tho. (Thomas), 1550?-1627? / [1599] The custumers apology. That is to say, a generall answere to informers of all sortes, and their iniurious complaints, against the honest reputation of the collectors of her Maiesties custumes, specially in the out-portes of this realme. Written onely for vnderstanding readers and wise in highest authoritie, to reade and discerne by. Alwaies prouided, in reading reade all, or nothing at all.
Milles, Tho. (Thomas), 1550?-1627? / [1608] The custumers alphabet and primer. Conteining, their creede or beliefe in the true doctrine of Christian religion. Their ten commandementes, or rules of ciuill life and conuersation, daily grace, generall confession, speciall supplication and forme of prayers. Togither with a pertinent answere to all such, as eyther in iest or in earnest, seeming doubtfull themselues, would faine perswade others, that, the bringing home of traffique must needes decay our shipping. All tending to the true and assured aduancement of his Maiesties customes, without possibility of fraude or couyn. Alwaies prouided, in reading read all, or nothing at al.
Milles, Tho. (Thomas), 1550?-1627? / [1604] The customers replie. Or Second apologie. That is to say, an aunswer to a confused treatise of publicke commerce, printed and dispersed at Midlebourghe and London, in fauour of the priuate Society of Merchants-Aduenturers. By a more serious discourse of exchange in merchandise, and merchandising exchange. Written for vnderstanding readers onely, in fauour of all loyall merchants, and for the aduancing of traffick in England.
Milles, Tho. (Thomas), 1550?-1627? / [M.DC.X.1610] A catalogue of the kings of Scotland. Together with their seuerall armes, wiues, and issue.
Milles, Tho. (Thomas), 1550?-1627? / [1617?] An abstract, almost verbatim (with some necessarie addition,) of The customers apologie, written 18. yeares ago, to shew their distresse in the out-ports, aswell through want of maintenance and meanes to beare out their seruice, as countenance and credit in regard of others
Milles, Thomas, 1671-1740. / [1697?] Remarks upon the occasional paper, number VIII in a letter to the author.
Millet, John. / [1652] A sermon preached at the fvnerall of that reverend divine Mr. Robert Collard, batchlour in divinity and pastor of Chilton-Folliat in the county of Wilts fifty yeares, on the 9 of November 1648 by Iohn Millet ...
Millington, Edward, d. 1703. / [1690] A curious collection of prints and dravvings, by the best engravers and greatest masters in the world. Fit only for persons of quality and gentlemen, which are the virtuoso's of the age. All fair and curiously preserved. To be sold by auction, on Wednesday the 12th. of this instant November, where the late curious sale of paintings was exposed, next Bedford-Gate in York-street in Covent Garden. To be sold by Edward Millinton. There will be immediately after, a sale of paintings much exceeding the last in that place. To begin at half an hour past two of the clock precisely. To be seen the Tuesday, and each forenoon before the [...].
Millington, Edward, d. 1703. / [1690] A collection of curious pictures, viz. paintings and limnings, by the best masters. With many other curiosities, and artificial rarities. Will be sold by auction, for the diversion and entertainment of the gentlemen, ladies, &c. at Tunbridge-Wells, at the Auction Coffee-House, by the lower walks, near the Wells, on Monday the 4th of this instant August, 1690. The sale beginning in the morning at eight, and continues till twelve in the forenoon (except prayer time.) By Edward Millington. Catalogues of the paintings and limnings, &c. are given to all gentlemen, ladies, &c. at Mr. Pett's, Mr. Brett's, Mr. Westley's, apothecaries, at Mr. Samuel Rose's shop, over against the musick on the walks, at Mr. Thompson's Tavern near the walks, and at the above mentioned Auction Coffee-House the place of sale. 1690.
Millington, Edward, d. 1703. / [1690] A collection of curious pictures, viz. paintings and limnings, by the best masters. Will be sold by auction on Wednesday the 8th, and Thursday and Friday the 9th and 10th of this instant October 1690. at the Barbadoes Coffe-House in Exchange-Alley. over against the Royal-Exchange, in Cornhil. The sale beginning precisely at four of the clock every afternoon. By Edward Millington. Catalogues of which are distributed by Mr. Gilliflower in Westminster-Hall: Mr. Nott in the Pall Mall: Mr. Bently in Russel-street, Covent-Garden: Mr. Wilkinon [sic] in Fleet-street: Mr. Hargrave, at the Kings Head, overagainst [sic] Furnivals-Inn in Holborn: Mr; [sic] Miller, at the Acorn, in St. Paul's Church yard: and Mr. Crouch over against the Royal-Exchange, in Cornhil, booksellers.
Millington, Edward, d. 1703. / [1690] A collection of curious pictures, viz. paintings and limnings, by the best masters. Will be sold by auction on Thursday the 20th, and Friday and Saturday the 21st and 22d of this instant November 1690. at the Barbadoes Coffe-House in Exchange-Alley. over against the Royal-Exchange, in Cornhil. The sale beginning precisely at four of the clock every afternoon. By Edward Millington. Catalogues of which are distributed by Mr. Gilliflower in Westminster-Hall: Mr. Nott in the Pall Mall: Mr. Bently in Russel-street, Covent-Garden: Mr. Wilkinon [sic] in Fleet-street: Mr. Hargrave, at the KingsHead, over against Furnivals-Inn in Holborn: Mr; [sic] Miller, at the Acorn, in St. Paul's Church yard: and Mr. Crouch over against the Royal-Exchange in Cornhil, booksellers.
Millington, Edward, d. 1703. / [1690] A collection of curious pictures, viz. paintings and limnings, by the best masters. Will be sold by auction on Thursday the 15th, and Friday and Saturday, the 16th and 17th of this instant January, 1691. at the Barbadoes Coffe-House in Exchange-Alley, over against the Royal-Exchange, in Cornhil. The sale beginning precisely at four of the clock every afternoon. By Edward Millington. Catalogues of which are distributed by Mr. Gilliflower in Westminster-Hall: Mr. Nott in the Pall Mall: Mr. Bently in Russel-street, Covent-Garden: Mr. Wilkinon [sic] in Fleet-street: Mr. Hargrave, at the KingsHead, over against Furnivals-Inn in Holborn: Mr; [sic] Miller, at the Acorn, in St. Paul's Church yard: and Mr. Crouch over against the Royal-Exchange, in Cornhil, booksellers.
Millington, Edward, d. 1703. / [1690] A collection of curious pictures, viz. paintings & limnings by the best masters. Will be sold by auction on Wednesday the 30th, as also on Thursday the first of May, and Friday the 2d, &c. following, 1690. at the Barbadoes Coffee-House in Exchange-Alley, over against the Royal Exchange, Cornhil. The sale beginning precisely at four of the clock every afternoon. By Edward Millington. Catalogues of which are distributed by Mr. Gilliflower in Westminster-Hall: Mr. Nott in the Pall Mall: Mr¨ Bently in Russel-street, Covent-Garden: Mr. Wilkinson in Fleet-street: Mr. Hargrave, at the Kings-Head, over against Furnivals-Inn in Holborn: Mr. Miller, at the Acorn, in St. Paul's Church-yard: and Mr. Crouch over against the Royal-Exchange, in Cornhil, bookseller, and at most coffee-houses in London, &c.
Millington, Edward, d. 1703. / [1690] A collection of curious pictures, viz. paintings & limnings by the best masters. Will be sold by auction on Wednesday the 19th, as also on Thursday the 20th, and Friday the 21st, &c. of this instant March following, 1689/90. At the Barbadoes Coffee-House in Exchange-Alley, over against the Royal-Exchange, Cornhil. The sale beginning precisely at four of the clock every afternoon. By Edward Millington. Catalogues of which are destributed by Mr. Gilliflower in Westminster-Hall: Mr. Nott in the Pall Mall: Mr. Bently in Russel-street, Covent-Garden: Mr. Wilkinson in Fleet-street: Mr. Hargrave, at the Kings-Head, over against Furnivals-Inn in Holborn: Mr. Miller, at the Acorn, in St. Paul's Church-yard: and Mr. Crouch over against the Royal-Exchange, in Cornhil, booksellers, and at most coffee-houses in London, &c.
Millington, Edward, d. 1703. / [1690] A collection of curious pictures, viz. paintings & limnings by the best masters. Will be sold by auction on Tuesday the 20th, as also on Thursday the 22d, and Friday the 23d, &c. following, of this instant May, 1690. at the Barbadoes Coffee-House in Exchange-Alley, over against the Royal Exchange, Cornhil. The sale beginning precisely at four of the clock every afternoon by Edward Millington. Catalogues of which are distributed by Mr. Gilliflower in Westminster-Hall: Mr. Nott in the Pall Mall: Mr¨ Bently in Russel-street, Covent-Garden: Mr. Wilkinson in Fleet-street: Mr. Hargrave, at the Kings-Head, over against Furnivals-Inn in Holborn: Mr. Miller, at the Acorn, in St. Paul's Church-yard: nd [sic] Mr. Crouch over against the Royal-Exchange, in Cornhil, bookseller, and at most coffee-houses in London, &c.
Millington, Edward, d. 1703. / [1690] A collection of curious pictures viz. paintings and limning[s] by the best masters. Will be sold by auction on Thursday the [6th] and Friday and Saturday the 7th and 8th of this in[stant] November 1690. at the Barbadoes Coffe-House in Exch[ange-]Alley. over against the Royal-Exchange, in Cornhil. The sale beginning precisely at four of the clock [every] afternoon. By Edward Millington. Catalogues of which are destributed by Mr. G[illiflower] in Westminster-Hall: Mr. Nott in the Pall [Mall:] Mr. Bently in Russel-street, Covent-Garden: Mr. [Wilkins]on in Fleet-street: Mr. Hargrave, at the Kings[-Head,] over against Furnivals-Inn in Holborn: Mr; Miller, [at] the Acorn, in St. Paul's Church yard: and Mr. Crouch over against the Royal-Exchange [in Cornhil, booksellers.].
Millington, Edward, d. 1703. / [1681?] A choice collection of law books ancient, and modern consisting of the library of Henry Parker, Esq., of Grays-Inn deceased : as also of another eminent professor of the law ... will be exposed to sale by way of auction, on ... the 5th day of December, 1681 ... / by Edward Millington.
Millington, Edward, d. 1703. / [1685] A catalogue of the library of books, French and English, of Mr. Peter Hushar, merchant of London, deceased which will be exposed to sale by way of auction, at Mr. Thomas Ward's house, upholster at the Boars-Head in Cornhil, on Wednesday the 18th day of November, 1685 / by Edward Millington, bookseller.
Millington, Edward, d. 1703. / [1687] A catalogue of the choicest and most valuable books of the common & statute law hitherto published by Edward Millington.
Millington, Edward, d. 1703. / [1683] Bibliotheca Whateliana: sive Catalogus variorum librorum bibliothecæ selectissimæ Rev. viri D. Whateley juxta Banbury in comitatu Oxoniensi. Cui accessit bibliotheca medica Simonis Rutland M.D. nuperrime de Brentwood in Essexiãa, cum plurimis libris medicis antiquis, præcipuéque modernis, (in gratiam medicorum) refertissima. Quorum auctio habebitur Londini, Ædibus Johan. Bridge, vulgo dicto Bridges Coffeehouse in Popes-Head-Alley over against the Royal-Exchange, in Cornhill 23 April 1683. Per Edvardum Millingtonum bibliopolam. Catalogues are distributed gratis, at the above named Bridges-Coffeehouse, at Amsterdam-Coffeehouse in Bartholomew-Lane: Mr. Colliers at the Bible on London-Bridge, Mr. Wilkinson at the Black-boy in Fleetstreet, Mr. Mortlockes at the Phœnix in St. Pauls Church yard booksellers: Mr. Cruttenden at the Theatre in Oxford, Mr. Hickes in Cambridge, 1683.
Millington, Edward, d. 1703. / [1697] Bibliotheca Bassetiana, or, A catalogue of Greek, Latin and English books in most faculties being the library of the Reverend Mr. William Bassett ... which will be sold at auction on Thursday the fourth of February, 1697 ... / by Edward Millington.
Millington, Edward, d. 1703. / [1694] Bibliotheca Ashmoliana a catalogue of the library of the learned and famous Elias Ashmole, Esq. : containing not only the rarest books of history, philosophy, genealogies, heraldry, coins, &c., but of the most abstruse parts of human learning : about 40 volumes of tracts and pamphlets neatly bound, and also 30 volumes of mss., many of them written on velum : to be sold by auction on Thursday next, the 22th day of this instant February, 1693/4 [i.e. 1694], at Rolls's Auction House, in Petty-Canon Alley, in St. Paul's Church-yard / by Edward Millington.
Millington, Edward, d. 1703. / [1692] An auction of paintings most of them being from the collections of Prince Ludovico and General Doushfeild lately brought over and consisting of the works of Guido Rheno. ... Bambotts, &c. Will be on Fryday and Saturday the 22d. and 23d. of this instant January, at the Vendu next Bedford-gate in Charles-street Covent-Garden, beginning at 4 precisely, and will be sold the fair way according to the course of the catalogue. A large collection will be continued every Fryday following during the gentrys stay in town, sold by Edward Millington, where is likewise a curious invention of lights, whereby the pictures may be seen as well as by day, the conditions of sale are, ...
Millington, Edward, d. 1703. / [1691] Auctio Millingtoniana picturarum omnigenarum, &c. A collection of extraordinary paintings & limnings with variety of the finest Italian, French, and other prints, (several of them originals) by the best masters. With many curiosities of the China make, and other artificial rarities. Will be sold by auction, for the diversion and entertainment of the gentlemen, ladies, &c. at Tunbridge-Wells, at the auction coffee-house, by the Lower Walks, near the Wells, on Thursday the 13th of this instant August, 1691. the sale beginning in the morning at eight, and continues till twelve in the forenoon) except Prayer-time.) By Edward Millington.
Mills, John, 17th cent. / [1642] The desires and propositions proposed to Sir John Hotham, by the Prince his Highnesse, concerning the town of Hull.: With Sir John Hothams answer and resolution nothing derogating from his former constancie. Likewise a most remarkable passage concerning the Palsgravf. Together with the occasion of his Majesties going from Yorke to Newarke upon Trent. Iohn Browne Cler. Parliamentorum.
Mills, Thomas, gent. / [1685] The history of the holy vvar began anno 1095, by the Christian princes of Europe against the Turks, for the recovery of the Holy Land, and continued to the year 1294. In two books. To which is added, a particular account of the present war, managed by the emperour, King of Poland, and several other princes against the Turks. By Tho. Mills, gent. Illustrated with copper-plates.
Millwater, Lewis. / [Printed in the yeer, 1651] The cure of ruptures in mans bodie, by physical, and chirurgical meanes, and medicines.: Whereby any person under forty yeers of age, that is diseased in the bodie, with any kind of rupture or burstness whatsoever, may (by Gods assistance, be perfectly, and unfailingly cured. And to whose persons who are above fortie, of declining age, having passed their naturall vigour, maturitie and full strength, present helpe, and desired ease, assuredly procured, for the whole terme of their remaining life, even to their dying day, by the carefull use of some prescribed meanes, and medicines. / By Levvis Millvvater, dwelling in Peterburgh, at the Minster Gate.
Milner, William, Vicar of Shephall in Hertfordshire. / [1698] A sermon at the funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Fisher, sister to the Honourable Sir William Dawes, Bar. D.D. and wife to the Reverend Dr. Peter Fisher preach'd at Bennington in Hertfordshire, June the 2d, 1698 / by William Milner ...
Milton, Christopher, Sir, 1615-1693. / [1687] The state of church-affairs in this island of Great Britain under the government of the Romans and British kings
Milton, John, 1608-1674. / [1674] Paradise lost a poem in twelve books / the author John Milton.
Milton, John, 1608-1674. / [Printed in the year, 1645] Colasterion:: a reply to a nameles ansvver against The doctrine and discipline of divorce. Wherein the trivial author of that answer is discover'd, the licencer conferr'd with, and the opinion which they traduce defended. / By the former author, J.M.
Milton, Richard. / [1625] Londons miserie, the countryes crueltie with Gods mercie. Explained by remarkeable obseruations of each of them, during this last visitation. VVritten by Richard Milton.
Milward, John, 1556-1609. / [1610] Iacobs great day of trouble, and deliuerance. A sermon preached at Pauls Crosse, the fifth of August 1607. vpon his Maiesties deliuerance from the Earle Gowries treason and conspiracie. By Iohn Milvvarde Doctor of Diuinitie.
Milward, Matthias, fl. 1603-1641. / [1641] The svvord-bearer, or, Magistrates charge a sermon preached in the Chappell of Guild-Hall, at the election of the Lord Mayor / by Mathias Milward ...
Milward, Matthias, fl. 1603-1641. / [M DC XLI.1641] The souldiers triumph: and the preachers glory. In a sermon preached to the captains and souldiers exercising arms in the artillery garden, at their generall meeting in S. Michaels Church Cornhill in London, the 31. of August, 1641. / By Matthias Milvvard, B.D. Minister of S. Hellens.
Milway, Thomas, congregational minister. / [1692 Where are to be had Mr. Holcroft's elegy] A funeral sermon preached upon the death of the reverend and godly divine, Mr. Francis Holcroft late pastor of a congregational church in Cambridgeshire. Who deceased Jan. 6. 1691/2, aged 63. By T.M. preacher of the Gospel.
Minderer, Raymund, 1570?-1621. / [1674] Medicina militaris, or, A body of military medicines experimented by Raymundus Mindererus ... ; Englished out of High-Dutch.
Minge, Thomas. / [1700] Gospel-baptism or, plain proof, that the mode of dipping, plunging or immersion, now commonly used by the people called Anabaptists; is according to the primitive institution in a letter to Mr. Samuel Young. Occasioned by his sharp reflections in contempt of that way, and the defenders thereof in a small book, entituled, A second and last New-Years-Gift, &c. With some notes concering the true subject. By a lover of truth.
Mingzeis, Alexander. / [Printed in the yeare, M DC L III. 1653] The way to thrive: or The heavenly thrift.: Teaching a man so to thrive heere, that he may thrive for ever hereafter. By Alexander Mingzeis, minister of Gods word.
Mingzeis, Alexander. / [1647] Englands caveat: or Warning-piece. Shewing her daughters estate and condition she lieth in, for the present, as also to rouze her out of her deadly slumber of a carnall and desperate security: together with the meanes of her recovery and preservation. By Alexander Mingzeis, Minister. Iune 2. 1647. Imprimatur. Ja. Cranford.
Mingzeis, Alexander. / [Printed in the yeare 1647] The down-fall of Babylon: or, The ruine of Antichrist : being that mystery of iniquity, which beginneth to worke in the children of disobedience, the Independents. / By Alexander Mingzeis minister of Gods Word.
Mingzeis, Alexander. / [Printed in the yeere 1648] A confvtation of the new Presbyterian error.: Shewing not onely how neere our late Presbyterians come to the Anabaptists, in restrayning the Supper of the Lord from the people, by way of examination, as they doe children from the sacrament of baptisme, by way of confession; but also how they agree with Papists in auricular confession: and that their practise is sacriligious, new, usurped, and tyrannicall. By Alexander Mingzeis, minister of Gods word.
Minis, Master. / [1641] Englands ioyalty, in ioyfull expressions, for the City of Londons safety,: being a true and reall relation of many most remarkable passages which have been lately divulged by one D. Peake Vicar of Tenterden in Kent, and Parson of Ancridge in the same countie. Who did speak dangerous words against the Parliament, the Lord Maior and aldermen of this City of London, and now presented to the consideration of the Honourable House of Commons in Parliament. / Discovered by Master Minis his late curate there, and now under Master Matthew Milward, of Great Saint Hellens in London.
Minister in London. / [1659] Englands repentance Englands only remedy ... in a letter written by a minister in London, in answer to one sent from a worthy member of the late Long Parliament.
Minister of London. / [1691] A vindication of their Majesties Wisdom in the nomination of some reverend persons to the vacant arch-bishopricks and bishopricks occasioned by the scandalous reflections of unreasonable men / by a minister of London.
Minister of the Church of England. / [MDCLXXXIX 1689] Several arguments for concessions and alterations in the common prayer, and in the rites and ceremonies of the Church of England in order to a comprehension / by a minister of the Church of England, as by law established.
Minister of the Church of England. A sermon on the restoring of the coyn with reference to the state of the nation, and of the church therein / by a minister of the Church of England.
Minister of the Church of England. / [1690] A new survey of the book of common prayer humbly proposed to this present parliament, in order to the obtaining a new act of uniformity / by a minister of the Church of England.
Minister of the Church of England. / [1688] A letter from a clergy-man in the country to the clergy-man in the city, author of a late letter to his friend in the country shewing the insufficiency of his reasons therein contained for not reading the declaration / by a Minister of the Church of England.
Minister of the Church of England. / [1687] Indulgence to tender consciences shewn to be most reasonable and Christian by a minister of the Church of England.
Minister of the Church of England. / [Printed in the year MDCXCII 1692] An Endeavour after further union between conforming & nonconforming Protestants in several particulars by a minister of the Church of England.
Minister of the Gospel. / [1696] A sermon preached in a congregation in the city of Exon on the thanks-giving day, Thursday, April 16, 1696 / by a minister of the Gospel.
Minister of the Gospel. / [1649] Kollourion, or eye salve to anoint the eyes of the ministers of the Province of London;: that they may see their error (at least) in opposing the present proceedings of the Parliament and Army, in the due execution of justice. / By a Minister of the Gospel.
Minister of the Gospel. / [1675] The convenant-interest and privilege of believers and their infants clearly demonstrated in a letter to a religious lady / by a minister of the Gospel.
Minister of the Gospell. / [1682] No popery, or, A catechism against popery wherein the heretical doctrins, idolatrous worship, and superstitious practices of the Roman Church are briefly yet plainly refuted, and the Protestant principles proved by testimonies of Holy Scripture, and evidence of reason / by a minister of the Gospell.
Minister of the word. / [1660] A character of His Most Sacred Majesty, King Charles the IId with a short apologie before it, an introduction to it, and a conclusion after it / written by a minister of the word ...
Minucius Felix, Marcus. / [1636] Minucius Felix his dialogne [sic] called Octavius. Containing a defence of Christian religion. Translated by Richard Iames of C.C.C. Oxon.
Minucius Felix, Marcus. / [1682] Marcus Minucius Felix his Octavius, or, A vindication of Christianity against paganism translated by P. Lorrain.
Miso-Spilus. / [1662] A wonder of wonders, or, A metamorphosis of fair faces voluntarily transformed into foul visages or, an invective against black-spotted faces / by a well-willer to modest matrons and virgins Miso-Spilus, i. qui maculas odit ; published by R. Smith, gent.
Misonebulonides, Philoeusebias. / [1682] A letter to Hilton, the grand informer in answer to his several late printed libels.
Misopapas. / [1682] A Tory plot, or, The discovery of a design carried on by our late addressers and abhorrers, to alter the constitution of the government and to betray the Protestant religion by Philanax Misopappas.
Misoplanes. / [1679] The papists younger brother, or, The vileness of Quakerism detected as it hath been printed and published by themselves : and an appendix of the Quakers unsound faith, which is also gathered out of their own printed books / by Misoplanes and Philalethes.
Misorcus. / [1676] The anti-Quaker, or, A compendious answer to a tedious pamphlet entituled, A treatise of oaths subscribed by a jury of 12 Quakers, whose names are prefixed to it, together with the fore-man of that jury ... William Penn : alledging several reasons why they ... refuse to swear, which are refuted, and the vanity of them demonstrated both by Scripture, reason, and authority of ancient and modern writers / by Misorcus, a professed adversary of vain swearing in common discourse and communication.
Misselden, Edward, fl. 1608-1654. / [1623] The circle of commerce. Or The ballance of trade in defence of free trade: opposed to Malynes little fish and his great whale, and poized against them in the scale. Wherein also, exchanges in generall are considered: and therein the whole trade of this kingdome with forraine countries, is digested into a ballance of trade, for the benefite of the publique. Necessary for the present and future times. By E.M. merchant.
Misson, Maximilien, 1650?-1722. / [1695] A new voyage to Italy with a description of the chief towns, churches, tombs, libraries, palaces, statues, and antiquities of that country : together with useful instructions for those who shall travel thither / by Maximilian Mission ; done into English and adorned with figures.
Mitchell, William, 17th cent. / [An. 1671] A sober ansvvere to an angry pamphlet, or, Animadversions, by way of reply, to Robert Barclays late book (entituled, Truth cleared of calumnies) in answere to A dialogue between a Quaker and a stable Christian: by VVilliam Mitchell.
Mitton, Thomas, 1597?-1656. / [April 14. 1646] A letter to the Honorable William Lenthal Esq; Speaker to the Honorable House of Commons.: Concerning the surrender of Ruthin-Castle to Colonel Thomas Mitton, Major General of North-Wales. Together with the articles concerning the same. Ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that this letter with the articles be forthwith printed and published. H: Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.
Mitton, Thomas, 1597?-1656. / [1645] Colonel Mittons reply to Lievtenant Colonell Reinkings relation of the taking of Shrewesburie:: which was printed without license, though said (in the title thereof) to be published by authority.