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Mocket, Richard, 1577-1618. / [1615] God and the king: or A dialogue shewing that our souereigne Lord King Iames beeing immediate vnder God within his dominions, doth rightfully claime whatsoeuer is required by the oath of allegiance.
Mocket, Thomas, 1602-1670. / [1644] The covenanters looking-glasse discovering his duty and dignity with sundry motives and directions tending to further our keeping covenant with God : also an epistle containing an exact relation of all the most principall things done in the Parliament of England since their first sitting to this present day : with divers other materiall things very usefull for all sorts both for the present and future times / by Thomas Mocket ...
Mocket, Thomas, 1602-1670? / [1647] A new catechisme very usefull for persons of meanest capacity and shortest memory, and for them onely composed : and since fitted to the directions concerning suspension from the Lords Supper in case of ignorance, and published / by T. Mocket ...
Mocket, Thomas, 1602-1670? / [1642] The nationall covenant. Or, A discourse on the covenant.: Wherein also the severall parts of the late protestation are proved to be grounded on religion and reason: with sundry motives and directions, tending to further our keeping covenant with God. Which may be of speciall use in these times. By Tho. Mocket, M. of Arts, and preacher of the word of God.
Mocket, Thomas, 1602-1670? / [1642] The churches troubles and deliverance, or, Certaine sermons tending to shew the reasons why the Lord doth sometimes bring his people into extremities,: with the blessed issue and fruits thereof, on Gen. 22. 14. Also divers arguments giving good hope that yet God will be gracious to England, and not deliver us into our enemies hands. Also some things briefly on Rev. 11. 7. to 14. Bby Tho. Mocket, Mr. of Arts, and preacher of Gods word at Holt in Denbigh-shire.
Mocket, Thomas, 1602-1670? / [1651] Christmas, the Christians grand feast:: its original, growth, and observation, also of Easter, Whitsontide, and other holydayes modestly discussed and determined. Also the beginning of the yeare, and other things observable. Where also among other learned men, you have the judgment of those eminent men; Josephus Scaliger, Rodulphus Hospinian, Matthæus Beroaldus, Joh. Causabon, Doct. Fulk, M. Cartwright, Alsted, Hugh Broughton, Master Mead. / By Thomas Mocket; sometimes of Queens Colledge in Cambridge, and Mr. of Arts in both the Universities; and now pastor of Gildeston in Hartfordshire. Novemb. 26, 1650. Imprimatur, Edm. Calamy.
Mocket, Thomas, 1602-1670? / [1671] Christian advice both to old and young, rich and poor which may serve as a directory at hand, ready to direct all persons almost in every state and condition. Under XXVII general useful heads.
Mocquet, Jean, b. 1575. / [1696] Travels and voyages into Africa, Asia, and America, the East and West-Indies, Syria, Jerusalem, and the Holy-land performed by Mr. John Mocquet ... : divided into six books, and enriched with sculptures / translated from the French by Nathaniel Pullen, Gent.
Moderate Cavallier. / [Printed ann. Dom. 1647] A letter really written by a moderate Cavallier to an intelligent and moderate Independent of trust and credit in the now marching army.: Occasioned by a discourse between them entertained at London, June 16th concerning the present grand affaire.
Moderate church man. / [1696] Mr. George Keith, at Turners-Hall in Philpot-Lane, London, in 1696. Contradicting Mr. George Keith, at the Tolbooth of Aberdeen, in 1688. In fundamental points of the Christian faith. Demonstrated by quotations out of The exact narrative of the proceedings at Turners-Hall, &c. on the one hand: and quotations out of Immediate revelation not ceased, on the other hand. In a letter to himself. / By a moderate church man.
Moderate conformist. / [1674] Certain considerations tending to promote peace and good will amongst Protestants very useful for the present times.
Moffett, Peter, d. 1617. / [1590] The excellencie of the mysterie of Christ Iesus. Declared in an exposition, or meditation vpon the 16. verse of the first epistle of Saint Paul vnto Timothie.
Moffett, Peter, d. 1617. / [1592] A commentarie vpon the booke of the Prouerbes of Salomon. Published for the edification of the Church of God.
Molière, 1622-1673. / [1670] Tartuffe, or, The French Puritan a comedy lately acted at the Theatre Royal / written in French by Moliere ; and rendered into English with much addition and advantage by M. Medbourne.
Molina, Antonio de, d. 1619? / [M.DC.XVII. 1617] A treatise of mental prayer¨ In vvhich is briefly declared the manner how to exercise the inward actes of vertues by Fr. Ant. de Molina Carthusian. Whereunto is adioyned a very profitable treatise of exhortation to spirituall profit. VVritten by F. Francis Arias of the Society of Iesus. Togeather with a dialogue of contrition and attrition. All translated out of Spanish into English by a Father of the Society of Iesus.
Molinier, Étienne, d. 1650. / [1635] A mirrour for Christian states: or, A table of politick vertues considerable amongst Christians. Divided, into three bookes. Reviewed, and augmented, by E. Molinier, of Tolose priest, and Doctor of Divinitie. And by him dedicated, ro [sic] the most illustrious lord, the Lord Cardinall of Valette, Archbishop of Tolose. Translated into English, by VVilliam Tyrvvhit, Sen. Esquire.
Molinos, Miguel de, 1628-1696. / [1688] The spiritual guide which disintangles the soul, and brings it by the inward way, to the getting of perfect contemplation, and the rich treasure of internal peace. / Written by Dr. Michael de Molinos, priest : with a short treatise concerning daily communion, by the same author. Translated from the Italian copy, printed at Venice, 1685.
Mollineux, Henry, d. 1719. / [1695] Antichrist unvailed by the finger of Gods power and his visage discovered by the light of Christ Jesus, and his ministers, members, works, and lying wonders, manifested by the spirit of God, a manifestation whereof is given to every man (and woman) to profit withal : with friendly and serious invitations, exhortations, and warnings to all professors of Christianity, to beware of that antichristian spirit that leadeth to destruction, and of those teachers, who are influenced by it / written in the love of God by a prisoner (at Lancaster castle) for the testimony of truth, and one of the people called (in scorn) Quakers, Henry Mollineux.
Monacius, Janus Julius. / [1570?] Tres excellente, & nouelle description contre la peste & vn remede tres singulier, auec souueraine preseruation contre la contagion dicelle. Dedie a tre-illustre & magnanime princesse, Elizabeth Roine d'Angleterre. Par. M. Ianus Iullius Monacius, gentilhome Francois. Licencier en medecine, de l'Vniuersite de Paris et de Colloigne. Premierement, vn poeme nouueau, fait sur l'origine de la Roine, auec quelques autres euures poetiques, tres magnifiques, faites a la gloire et louange d'icelle, par ledit autheur.
Monck, Thomas. / [1673] A cure for the cankering error of the new Eutychians who (concerning the truth) have erred, saying, that our blessed mediator did not take his flesh of the Virgin Mary, neither was he made of the seed of David according to the flesh, and thereby have overthrown the faith of some / by Thomas Monck.
Money, William. / [1685] To the members of both houses of Parliament for their serious consideration in making up the breaches of this nation.
Monginot, François, 1569-1637. / [1642] The trve Protestant sovldier fighting valiantly under truths banner, and by the glorious light of Gods word overthrowing the strongest bulwarkes, and subtle stratagems of the Church of Rome. By Hamnet Warde.
Monier, Pierre, 1639-1703. / [1699] The history of painting, sculpture, architecture, graving, and of those who have excell'd in them in three books : containing their rise, progress, decay, and revival : with an account of the most considerable productions of the best artists in all ages, and how to distinguish the true and regular performances from those that are otherwise / by P. Monier ...
Monlas, John. / [1634] The soules pilgrimage to a celestial glorie: or, the perfect vvay to heaven and to God. Written by J.M. Master of Arts.
Monmouth, Henry Carey, Earl of, 1596-1661. / [Printed in the yeare, 1641 i.e. 1642] A speech made in the House of Peeres. By the Right Honourable the Earle of Monmouth, on Thursday the thirteenth of Ianuary 1641: Upon the occasion of the present destractions, and of his Majesties removall from White-hall. VVith the humble petition of the inhabitants of the county of Buckingham, in the behalfe of Mr. Hampden, knight for the said county, and of the rest of the said members of Parliament, accused by his Majestie of treason. With his Majesties gratious answer thereunto. As also the humble petition of divers of the knights, gentlemen, clergy and and [sic] other inhabitants of the county of Sommerset. With the last true newes from Ireland.
Monro, Alexander, of Bearcrofts. / [1680] To his grace, his Majesties high commissioner, and the most honourable the three estates of Parliament information for Alexander Monro of Bearcrofts:
Monro, Robert. / [1644] The Scotch military discipline learned from the valiant Swede, and collected for the use of all worthy commanders favouring the laudable profession of armes: By Major Generall Monro, being novv generall of all the Scotch forces against the rebels in Ireland, communicates his abridgement of exercise, in divers practicall observations for the younger officers better instruction; ending with the souldiers meditations going on in service.
Monro, Robert. / [July 8. 1643] A letter of great consequence;: sent by the Honorable, Robert Lord Monro, out of the Kingdom of Ireland, to the Honorable, the Committee for the Irish affairs in England, concerning the state of the rebellion there. Together with the relation of a great victory he obtained, and of his taking the Earl of Antrim, about whom w[a]s found divers papers, which discovered a dangerous plot against the Protestants in all his Majesties dominions, their plot being set down by consent of the Queens majestie, for the ruine of religion, and overthrow of His Majesties three Kingdoms. Ordered by the Commons in Parliament, that this letter be forthwith printed and published: H: Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.
Monson, John, Sir, 1600-1683. / [1647] A short essay of afflictions, or, Balme to comfort if not cure those that sinke or languish under present misfortunes, and are not prepared in these unsetled times to meet all events with constant and equall tempers written from one of His Majesties garrisons as a private advise to his onely sonne, and by him printed to satisfie the importuniry of some particular friends.
Monson, John, Sir, 1600-1683. / [1678] A short answer to several questions proposed to a gentleman of quality by a great minister of state not unfit for these times of our continuing divisions, though written when a general indulgence of all opinions was endeavoured to be obtained : shewing the authors judgement concerning the publick exercise of several religions and forms of worship, either upon pious or prudential grounds, under one and the same government : as they may relate both to discipline and doctrine, ceremonials or essentials in worship.
Monson, John, Sir, 1600-1683. / [1680] A discourse concerning supreme power and common right at first calculated for the year 1641, and now thought fit to be published / by a person of quality.
Monson, John, Sir, 1600-1683. / [1647] An antidote against the errour in opinion of many in these daies concerning some of the highest and chiefe duties of religion as adoration, almes, fasting, and prayer.
Montagu, Ralph Montagu, Duke of, 1638?-1709. / [1679] Two letters from Mr. Mountagu to the Ld Treasurer: one of the 11th, the other of the 18th of Jan. 1677/8 which were read in the House of Commons. Together with the Lord Treasurer's speech in the House of Peers, upon an impeachment of high treason, &c. brought up against his Lordship by the House of Commons, Decem. 23. 1678.
Montagu, Walter, 1603?-1677. / [Printed in the yeare, 1649] Jeremias redivivus: or, An elegiacall lamentation on the death of our English Josias, Charles the First, King of Great Britaine, &c. publiquely murdered by his Calvino-Judaicall subjects.:
Montalvan, Francisco Baltheo de. / [1673] Naked truth, or, A plain discovery of the intrigues of amorous fops and humours of several other whimsical persons: in a pleasant and profitable dialogue between a precious saint-like sister called Terpole and Mimologos, a scoffing buffoon / written by Don Francisco Baltheo de Montalvan, and faithfully translated out of the original by W.H., M.D.
Montanus, Arnoldus, 1625?-1683. / [M. DC. LXXI. 1671] Remarkable addresses by way of embassy from the East-India Company of the United Provinces, to the Emperor of Japan. Containing a description of their several territories, cities, temples, and fortresses; their religions, laws, and customs; their prodigious vvealth, and gorgeous habits; the nature of their soil, plants, beasts, hills, rivers, and fountains: with the character of the ancient and modern Japanners. Collected out of their several writings and journals by Arnoldus Montanus. English'd, and adorn'd with a hundred several sculptures, by John Ogilby Esq; His Majesties cosmographer, geographick printer, and master of the revels in the Kingdom of Ireland.
Monteith, Robert, M.A. / [1700?] An exact table, shewing the last day of the legal registration of inhib. interd. horn. relax. for all time, altering only in the leap year
Montemayor, Jorge de, 1520?-1561. / [1598] Diana of George of Montemayor: translated out of Spanish into English by Bartholomew Yong of the Middle Temple Gentleman.
Montfort, de. / [Printed in the Year 1675] The circle, or, Conversations on love and gallantry: originally in French : now Englished, and since augmented with several new songs, illustrated with musical notes, both treble and base / by Nath. Noel, gent. ...
Montfort, François Salvat, sieur de. / [1676] The circle: or Conversations on love & gallantry; originally in French. Now Englished. And since augmented with several new songs, illustrated with musical notes, both treble & bass. By Nath. Noel, Gent. Licensed May the 5th. 1675. R. L'Estrange.
Montgomery, James, Sir, d. 1694. / [MDCXCII 1692] Great Britain's just complaint for her late measures, present sufferings, and the future miseries she is exposed to with the best, safest, and most effectual way of securing and establishing her religion, government, liberty, and property upon good and lasting foundations : fully and clearly discovered in answer to two late pamphlets concerning the pretended French invasion.
Montmartin, Esaèie du Mats de. / [1624] An admirable discouery of an horrible attempt; slaunderously fathered vpon those of Rochell. Liuely described in a letter, sent by the Seignior of Montmartin; one of the Generall Deputies of the Reformed Churches of France, vnto a friend of his. M.DC.XXIIII.
Montmorency, Henri, duc de, 1534-1614. / [1575] A declaration of the protestation of Monseigneur the Mareschal d'Anuille
Montpensier, Anne-Marie-Louise d'Orléans, duchesse de, 1627-1693. / [1668] The characters or pourtraicts of the present court of France wherein is described the king, the princes, the generals and the principal ministers of state &c. / written originally in French ; made English by J.B., Gent.
Montreux, Nicolas de, b. ca. 1561. / [1610] Honours academie. Or The famous pastorall, of the faire shepheardesse, Iulietta. A worke admirable, and rare, sententious and graue: and no lesse profitable, then pleasant to pervse. VVherein are many notable discourses, as well philosophicall, as diuine: most part of the seuen liberall sciences, being comprebended [sic] therein: with diuers comicall, and tragicall histories, in prose, and verse, of all sorts. Done into English, by R.T. Gentleman.
Montrose, James Graham, Marquis of, 1612-1650. / [anno M DC XLIX 1649] The declaration of His Excellency Iames Marques of Montrose, Earl of Kincairn, Lord Græme, Baron of Montdeu, Lieutenant Governour and Captaine Generall for His Maiestie of the kingdome of Scotland.:
Montulmo, Antonius de. / [1555] An almanacke and prognosticacion for the yere of our Lord God D.CCCCC.LV. [sic] Made by Master Antonius de Mortulind, an Italian, doctoure of phisicke and astronymy.
Moodey, Joshua, 1633?-1697. / [1674] Souldiery spiritualized, or, The Christian souldier orderly and strenously engaged in the spiritual warre and so fighting the good fight represented in a sermon preached at Boston in New England on the day of the artillery election there, June 1, 1674 / by Joshua Moodey ...
Moodey, Joshua, 1633?-1697. / [1685] A practical discourse concerning the choice benefit of communion with God in his house witnessed unto by the experience of saints as the best improvement of time : being the summe of several sermons on Psal. 84. 10 preach'd in Boston on lecture-dayes / by Joshua Moody.
Moodey, Joshua, 1633?-1697. / [1691] The great sin of formality in God's worship: or, The formal worshipper proved a lyar and deceiver. Being the subject of a sermon preacht on the weekly lecture in Boston. / By Joshua Moodey ...
Moodey, Joshua, 1633?-1697. / [1697] The believers happy change by dying as it was recommended in a sermon preached, on the occasion of the death of Capt. Thomas Daniel Esq. who was interred the day before, November 17th. 1683 / by the reverend Mr. Joshua Moodey, late pastor of the Church of Christ at Portsmouth in New-England, now gone to rest.
Moon, John, fl. 1657-1685. / [1657] The true light hath made manifest darknesse: or, Sion builded up, and Babylon cast downe.: With a true answer of what the Baptist teachers objected against the servant of the Lord who in scorn is called a Quaker, and known to the world by the name of Iohn Moon, in several places in VVales, both in Radnorshire, and Breck-nockshire, whose names are these. Hugh Evans, John Price, Daniel Penry, Reese Davies, John Prosser, Evans Oliver, and Vavasor Powel, who are called ministers of the gospel, but are found to be enemies to it. Some of Vavasor Powel's doctrine tryed, and made manifest by the light. And also some queries given forth, and are to be answered by them that lives in observations. This is given forth by me who is a lover of the truth, and known to the world by this name, John Moone.
Moon, John, fl. 1657-1685. / [1658] The revelation of Jesus Christ unto John Moone in the fourth moneth, in the year 1658
Moon, John, fl. 1657-1685. / [1660?] The great trumpet of the Lord God Almighty of heaven and earth blown, and sounded out unto those that are ready to perish that they may return to the Lord Jesus Christ (the light) and be saved.
Moor, Thomas, fl. 1695-1697. / [1700] The doctrin [sic] of transubstantiation consider'd and fully confuted from a union of scriptures hitherto not perform'd / by Tho. Moor; with An advertisement concerning a dispute in the country between T.M. and one Mr. S. on the 25th of July, 1700.
Moor, Thomas, fl. 1695-1697. / [printed in the year 1695] A disputation: whether Elijah, in Malachi 4. be any other prophet than what hath already been in the world? By Thomas Moor' author of the Clavis Aurea.
Moor, Thomas, fl. 1695-1697. / [printed in the year, 1695] Clavis aurea; or, a golden key: by which hidden and mystical scriptures are opened and explained. Wherein is clearly discovered and asserted, the doctrine of the salvation of all men. Also the mystery of iniquity laid open, and the doctrine of freewill fully refuted; by proving, that sin is an infirmity. By Thomas Moor.
Moor, Thomas, fl. 1695-1697. / [printed in the year, 1696] An addition to the Clavis aurea with an enquiry upon what terms the salvation of man doth depend; whether entirely on faith or entirely on works, or whether entirely on grace or free-gift. By Thomas Moor, author of the Clavis aurea, living in St. Thomas's in Southwark.
Moore of Drogheda, Charles Moore, Viscount, 1603-1643. / [1642] A certificate from the Lord Moor and Sir Henry Titchborne, shewing the certainty of the cleering of the harbour, and country, twenty miles about Tredagh, with the taking of Bewly and Stameene castles, from the rebels.: It is ordered this seventh day of April, 1642. by the Committee of the House of Commons in Parliament concerning printing, that this certificate be forthwith printed. Iohn White. Whereunto is added, divers overthrowes given at sundry times to the rebels.
Moore, John, 1595?-1657. / [1653] The crying sin of England, of not caring for the poor.: Wherein inclosure, viz. such as doth unpeople townes, and uncorn fields, is arraigned, convicted, and condemned by the Word of God. Being the chief heads of two sermons, preached at the lecture at Lutterworth in Leicester-shire in May last, and now published in love to Christ, his country, and the poor. By John Moore, minister of Knaptoft in Liecester-shire.
Moore, John, 1646-1714. / [1694] Of religious melancholy a sermon preach'd before the Queen at White-Hall March 6, 1691/2 / by the Right Reverend Father in God, John Bishop of Norwich.
Moore, John, 1729-1802. / [1675] Oratio habita in scholãa Christi orphano-trophii coram illustrissimo civitatis prætore, dignissimis præsidibus, fidissimis thesaurariis; et cæteris hospitiorum Londinensibus patronis benignissimis: Septembris xxjmo, 1675.
Moore, John, of Wechicombe, near Dunster, Somerset. / [1656 i.e. 1655] Protection proclaimed (through the loving kindness of God in the present government) to the three nations of England, Scotland, and Ireland:: wherein the government established, in the Lord Protector and his council, is proved to be of divine institution; and the great stumbling-block of thousands of Christians (in regard of his title) removed; proving it to be none other than what hath been given to those whom God hath made instrumental for his peoples deliverance of old. / Written to satisfie unsatisfied consciences, by John Moore, a well-wisher to the peace of our English Jerusalem.
Moore, John, of Wechicombe, near Dunster, Somerset. / [1660] A leaf pull'd from the tree of life: medicinall for the healing of Englands divisions. Or, A glimpse of the excellency of a kingly government.: Proving it to be 1. Most Godly. 2. Most Christianlike. 3. Most ancient. 4. Most safe for the people. Written out of love and good will to the peace and tranquility of the three nations, of England, Scotland, and Ireland. By John Moore.
Moore, John, Sir, 1620-1702. / [1682] The speech of the right honourable Sir John Moore, Knight, at Guild-Hall, Septemb. 29th, 1681 when he was elected lord-mayor of London, together, with some passages of his deportment on the twenty-fourth of June, 1682, and before, in relation to the election of sheriffs for the said city, and county of Middlesex.
Moore, Jonas, Sir, 1617-1679. / [1681] A new geography: with maps to each country, and tables of longitude & latitude.
Moore, Jonas, Sir, 1617-1679. / [1685] The history or narrative of the great level of the fenns, called Bedford level with a large map of the said level, as drained, surveyed, & described by Sir Jonas Moore Knight, His late Majesties Surveyor-General of his ordnance.
Moore, Jonas, Sir, 1617-1679. / [1676] An excellent table for the finding the periferies, or circumferences of all elleipses [sic] or ovals so near the truth as any mechanical practice can require / calculated with great diligence and care by Sir Jonas Moore, and not done before.
Moore, Peter, d. 1641. / [1641] The apprentices vvarning-piece.: Being a confession of Peter Moore, formerly servant to Mr. Bidgood, apothecary in Exeter, executed there the last assises for poysoning his said master. Wherein is observed such lamentable expressions proceeding from him, as may produce a trembling to all who reade or heare thereof, and be a warning to such leud servants who walk the same steps, lest they receive the same punishment.
Moore, Richard, 1619-1683. / [1677] The redemption of the seed of God at hand declaring the return of the True Church out of the wilderness into her former state of glory / [by] Richard Moore.
Moore, Richard, 1619-1683. / [1675] Ho thésauros en ostrakinois skeuesin. A pearl in an oyster-shel: or, pretious treasure put in perishing vessels. The sum or substance of two sermons preached at Withall-Chappel in Worcestershire. Wherein is set forth the mightiness of the Gospel, the meanness of its ministration. Together with a character of Mr. Thomas Hall, his holy life and death. By Richard Moore, a willing, though a most unworthy servant of God in the Gospel of his Son Jesus Christ.
Moore, Robert, fl. 1647. / [1647] A mighty victory over the Irish rebels obtained by Colonell Jones, at Lynceyes Knock neere Trim, August 8 instant: where was slaine upon the place, the Earle of Fingall, Lieut. Generall Burne, 7 Colonells 5 Lieutenant Colonels, 6 Majors, 300 officers & gentlemen, 3000 common souldiers. General Preston totally routed, wounded and fled, the Earl of Westmeath taken 40 field officers and gentl. 1500 prisoners, 40 colours taken, 4 peece of ordnance, 1000 muskets, 5000 birding peeces, pistols, and other weapons, 20 carriages, 10 load of powder, match, and ammunition. 2000 sheep, 650 head of cattle, Generall Prestons cabinet, all his bagge & baggage. With a list of the names, and the particulars of both sides.
Moore, Samuel, b. 1617. / [1647] Theosplanchnistheis, or, The yernings of Christs bowels towards his languishing friends wherein the sincereity, ardency, constancy, and super-eminent excellency of the love of Jesus Christ as it workes from him towards his friends is delineated, discussed, and fitly applyed / by S.M. ...
Moore, Samuel, b. 1617. / [1650] An heavenly wonder, or, A Christian cloath'd with Christ purposely penned to comfort Christs sin-sick-spouse / by Sam. Moore, minister of the gospel of God sometimes at Brides in Fleetstreete, London.
Moore, Samuel, b. 1617. / [1647] Anåothekrypta, or, Glorious mysteries wherein the grand proceedings betwixt Christ and the soule ... : is clearly laid open ... / by S.M., minister of the Gospel of God.
Moore, Thomas, Junior. / [1671] A motive to have salt always in our selves, and peace one with another whereunto is annexed some considerations on Rev. 22, v. 14, to do His commandements.
Moore, Thomas, Junior. / [1654] Mercies for man.: Prepared in, and by Christ, even for such as neither know them, nor him. Discovered, that they might know, and enjoy them. Or a discourse of the interest there is for all men in, and by Christ in the end, and usefulmesse of the beleevers peculiar priviledges and service. In which is also some information about that service to which the grace of God, that bringeth salvation to all men, instructeth, and obligeth the beleever for the good of them all, according to capacity, and opportunity given him. Likewise some directions for, and concerning Christian magistrates. In the opening some instructions arising from the Apostles exhortation to Timothy, 1 Tim. 2.1, 2. Delivered in November 1653. at the Munday meetings at Black-Friers: and because what then was spoken, met with some publick opposition, this is now published for further satisfaction. Written by Thomas Moor, Junior.
Moore, Thomas, Junior. / [1657] A lamentation over the dead in Christ, not as those without hope; with instruction, admonition, and encouragement to the survivers. As it should have been delivered to the people (had not Satan hindered) at the funeral of Mr. Henry Rix of Cambridge, Jan. 19. 1656--7. in pursuance of his earnest request on his deathbed. Now published for the benefit of those that will hear. By Thomas Moore junior.
Moore, Thomas, Junior. / [1659] Instruction to the living, from the consideration of the future state of the dead, or, The doctrine of the resurrection of the dead, and of eternal judgment by Christ as evidenced in the testimony of Christ, as the sum of it was delivered at the funerall of Mrs. Elizabeth Harrison, in Boston, Jan. 1657/8 / by Tho. Moore Junior.
Moore, Thomas, Junior. / [1660] A fuller discovery of the dangerous principles and lying spirit of the people called Quakers made manifest in George Whitehead, John Whitehead and George Fox the younger, in their book against Iohn Horne and Thomas Moore of Lin Regis in Northfolk / written by the said Thomas Moore and Iohn Horne for the fuller satifaction of all such as desire to be further satisfied about the evil and erroniousnesse of the said people called Quakers.
Moore, Thomas, Junior. / [MDCLXVII 1667] Fornication condemned, in a double sentence, commending marriage, condemning whoredom [brace] in all, or, A brief consideration of Heb. 13. 4:
Moore, Thomas, Junior. / [1655] An antidote against the spreading infections of the spirit of Antichrist, abounding in these last days under many vizors being a discovery of a lying and antichristian spirit in some of those called Quakers ... in relation of what passed in writing between them, and Thomas Moore, Junior, after and upon occasion of a meeting at Glentworth, with the sum of what was discoursed at that meeting also ... / by Tho. Moore, Junior.
Moore, Thomas, Junior. / [1659] Breach upon breach, or, An acknowledgement of judiciall breaches made upon us, procured by sinfull breaches found amongst us with instruction, admonition, and encouragement yet to turn to him that smites us : as the sum of it was delivered at the funerall of Mr. Jeremiah Colman, late preacher of the Gospell at Hetherset in Norfolk, February 18, 1658/9 / by Tho. Moore, Junior.
Moore, Thomas, Senior. / [Printed in the yeer of the patience and forbearance of our Lord. 1646] The vniversallity of God's free-grace in Christ to mankind.: Proclaimed and displayed from 1 Tim. 2.6. and Hebr. 2.9. according to their genuine sense. That all might be comforted, encouraged; every one confirmed and assured of the propitiation and death of Christ for the whole race of mankind, and so for himself in particular. / Through urgent importunity, written by Thomas Moore.
Moore, Thomas, Senior. / [1647] An uncovering of mysterious deceits by which many are kept from repentance and entring the doore of life in a reply to M. Garners opposition of truth stiled Unvailing of mysteries, with addition of A reply to Mr. Thomas Whitfield his treatise with a three-fold title / by Thomas Moore.
Moore, Thomas, Senior. / [Anno Domini 1652] A treatise shewing the liberty and bondage of the will of man, or, A treatise shewing the bondage of the will of man by nature, and the liberty thereof by grace
Moore, Thomas, Senior. / [1656] An explicite declaration of the testimony of Christ: according to the plain sayings of the Gospel: and therein, of the purposes, promises, and covenants of God, as by Gospel declared. With, a consideration of a question stated about faith. By Thomas Moore, Senior.
Moore, Thomas, Senior. / [Printed in the year. 1646] A discovery of seducers that creep into houses.: Written by Tho. Moore.
Moore, Thomas, Senior. / [1646] A discourse about the pretious blood and sacrifice of Iesus Christ.:
Moore, Thomas, Senior. / [1649] A brief discourse about baptisme.: By Thomas Moore, for his friends.
Moore, Thomas, Senior. / [1647] A brief declaration of Jesus Christ, His peculiar love to beleevers, and how they may abide in it in a meditation on Ioh. 15. 1 to 10 / by Tho. Moore.
Moore, Thomas, Senior. / [1656] An address for submissive, peaceable, and loving living together under the present government to the people of the commonwealth of England, however by some called royalists, Presbyterians, independents, or fifth-monarchy-men / by Tho. Moore, senior.
Moore, William, rector of Whalley, Lancashire. / [1658] The grand inquiry who is the righteous man: or, The character of a true beleever in his approaches towards heaven. Whereunto is added The resolution of a case of separation betwixt man and wife, propounded to the author by a party much concerned. By William Moore rector at Whalley in Lancashire.
Moorhead, William, d. 1691. / [1660] Lachrimae sive valedictio Scotiae sub discessum clarissimi, prudentissimi, & pientissimi Gubernaotris [sic] Domini Georgii Monachi in Angliam revocati authore Gulielmo Moorehead ... = The tears and valediction of Scotland upon the departing of her Governour, the Lord Generall George Monck, and Londons welcome reception of His excellencie for being instrumentall in the bringing home our Gracious Soveraign Lord King Charles the Second.
Morains, Francois de. / [1686] The perfect major shewing the easiest way of handling arms, the millitary motions, with the manner how to enter into a field, and to form a batallion. By F. d' Morains, formerly an officer in the French army's [sic]. Licensed April the 24th. 1686. Ro. L'Estrange.
Moray, Alexander Stewart, Earl of, d. 1701. / [1686] The speech of His Grace Alexander, Earl of Morray, His Majesties high commissioner, at the opening of the second session of the first parliament of His Majesties ancient kingdom of Scotland, the 29th of April, 1686
Morden, Robert, d. 1703. / [MDCLXXXVIII 1688] Geography rectified, or, A description of the world in all its kingdoms, provinces, countries, islands, cities, towns, seas, rivers, bayes, capes, ports : their ancient and present names, inhabitants, situations, histories, customs, governments, &c. : as also their commodities, coins, weights, and measures, compared with those at London : illustrated with seventy six maps : the whole work performed according to the more accurate observations and discoveries of modern authors / by Robert Morden.
More, Alexander, 1616-1670. / [MDCXCIV. 1694] A sermon preach'd at the Hague, at the funeral of the late Prince of Orange (father to his present Majesty King William III.) who died in the year 1650. wherein the life and actions of his present Majesty are prophetically foretold. By the learned Mr. Morus. Translated out of French by Daniel la Fite, M.A. rector of Woolavington in Sussex.
More, George. / [1600] A true discourse concerning the certaine possession and dispossession of 7 persons in one familie in Lancashire, which also may serve as part of an answere to a fayned and false discoverie which speaketh very much evill, aswell of this, as of the rest of those great and mightie workes of God which bee of the like excellent nature. / by George More, minister and preacher of the worde of God, and now (for bearing witnesse vnto this, and for iustifying the rest) a prisoner in the Clinke, where he hath continued almost for the space of two yeares..
More, George, Esquire. / [1629] Principles for yong princes. Collected out of sundry authors, by George More, Esquire.
More, George, Sir, 1553?-1632. / [1597] A demonstration of God in his workes Against all such as eyther in word or life deny there is a God. By George More Esquire.
More, Henry, 1614-1687. / [1685] Paralipomena prophetica containing several supplements and defences of Dr Henry More his expositions of the Prophet Daniel and the apocalypse, whereby the impregnable firmness and solidity of the said expositions is further evidenced to the world. Whereunto is also added phililicrines upon R.B. his notes on the revelation of S. John.
More, Henry, 1614-1687. / [1647] Philosophical poems by Henry More ...
More, Henry, 1614-1687. / [1690] An account of virtue, or, Dr. Henry More's abridgment of morals put into English.
More, Richard, carpenter. / [1602] The carpenters rule, or, a booke shewing many plain waies, truly to measure ordinarie timber, and other extraordinarie sollids, or timber with a detection of sundrie great errors, generally committed by carpenters and others in measuring of timber; tending much to the buyers great losse. Published especially for the good of the Companie of Carpenters in London, and others also; ... By Richard More carpenter.
More, Richard, d. 1643. / [1641] A true relation of the murders committed in the parish of Clunne in the county of Salop by Enoch ap Evan upon the bodies of his mother and brother, with the causes moving him thereunto. Wherein is examined and refuted a certaine booke written upon the same subject, by P. Studley, entituled the Looking glasse of schisme. Also an appendix in further defence of this relation, wherein are examined the most material passages added in the second edition of the said Looking-glasse, wherby the author, vainely sheweth his desire to maintaine and excuse his erroneous reports in the former edition of his booke. By Richar [sic] More Esquire. Printed by order of a committee of the Honourable House of Commons now assembled in Parliament.
More, Stephen. / [ca. 1650] The wise Gospel-preacher his praise and practice, duty and dignity, opened in a sermon on Eccles. 12. 9. By S.M. minister of the Gospel.
More, Thomas, d. 1685. / [1649] The English Catholike Christian, or, The saints utopia:: by Thomas de Eschallers de la More, an unprofitable servant of Jesus Christ: of Graies-Inne barrister, and minister of the Gospel of eternall salvation. In the yeer of grace and truth, 1640. A treatise consisting of four sections. 1 Josuah's resolution. 2 Of the common law. 3 Of physick. 4 Of divinity.
More, William, 17th cent. / [anno Dom. MDCXLVII. 1647] Very good nevves from Ireland.: Of three great victories obtained against the rebels. I. By the Lord Inchequin, who hath taken 200 horse 60 prisoners, his lordships own brother, 3000 cows, 8000 sheep, and 100 armes. II. By Sir Charles Coote, who kild 300 upon the place, took 200 prisoners, and much prey. III. By Major Generall Jones, who hath taken 8000 cattle, and five garrisons from the rebels, with much provisions. Also papers concerning the remonstrance of the Lord Inchequins officers.
More, William, 17th cent. / [1645] A short and plaine tractate of the Lords Supper grounded upon I Cor. II, 23, &c. / by VVilliam More ...
More, William, 17th cent. / [1647] A mighty victory in Ireland:: obtained by the Lord Inchequin, neere English-mans-Hill. The Lieutenant Generall Kilkettoth, and 4000 more slaine, 40 colours taken, 8 wayne load of powder and ammunition taken, with 6000 armes, and all their bagge and baggage. And taken prisoners 31 captaines, 19 lieutenants, 17 ensignes. And the Lord Taffe totally routed. With the names of the chiefe officers that were slaine on the Lord Inchequins party. And all the particulars of the fight, and a list of the particulars of the victory. Novemb. 29. 1647. Imprimatur Gilb. Mabbott.
Morejon, Pedro, 1562-1634? / [M. DC. XIX. 1619] A briefe relation of the persecution lately made against the Catholike Christians, in the kingdome of Iaponia diuided into two bookes. Taken out of the annuall letters of the fathers of the Society of Iesus, and other authenticall informations. Written in Spanish, and printed first at Mexico in the West Indies, the yeare of Christ M.DC.XVI. and newly translated into English by W.W. gent. The first part.
Morel, Claude, 17th cent. / [1677] A sermon at the funeral of the High & Mighty Prince, Henry de La Tour d'Auvergne, Vicount of Turenne ... preach'd December 15, 1675 / by Claude Francis ... ; Englished out of French.
Morel, Claude, 17th cent. / [printed in the year MDCLXXV. 1675] A description of the funeral solemnities, performed in the church of Nostre-Dame, at Paris: to honour the memory of his excellency the Lord Henry de la Tour D'Avergne Vicount Turenne: Colonel General of the light horse, and Marshall General of the Field and armies of Lewis the XIV of France. Wherein are represented the most remarkable passages of his life. Done into English out of French, by a gentleman that sometimes had the honour to serve under his command.
Morel, Pierre. / [1657] The expert doctors dispensatory.: The whole art of physick restored to practice. The apothecaries shop, and chyrurgions closet open'd; wherein all safe and honest practices are maintained, and dangerous mistakes discovered; and what out of subtilty for their own profits they have indeavoured to reserve to themselves, now at last impartially divulged and made common. Together with a strict survey of the dispensatories of the most renowned colledges of the world ... Containing, ... the Latine names of all simples and compounds English'd. ... the vertues, qualities, properties, quantities, and uses of all simples and componnds [sic]. ...the way of prescribing remedies; ... the nature, qualities, and symptomes of all diseases ... cautions for the applying all both internal and external medicines. To which is added by Jacob a Brunn ... a compendium of the body of physick; wherein all the medicaments vniversal and particular, simple and compound, are fitted to the practice of physick; and these forms of remedies now before prescribed by the famous P. Morellus, ...
Morer, Thomas, 1651-1715. / [MDCXCIX 1699] A sermon preach'd at the cathedral church of St.Paul's on May 29, 1699, before the right honourable the Lord Mayor, aldermen, and citizens
Morford, Thomas, d. 1693. / [Printed in the year. 1659] The cry of oppression, occasioned by the priests of Englands pulpit-guard,: which is a popish law that was made by Queen Mary, to guard her friars and Jesuits. With a true discovery of the unjust proceedings of those called magistrates of Bathe; wherein is a lamentation over them, and a warning unto them to repent, lest they perish for ever. / By one which is hatefully called a Quaker ... known to the world by the name, Thomas Morford.
Morford, Thomas, d. 1693. / [1660] The Baptist and Independent Churches (so called) set on fire by a bright shining light revealed from heaven their pastors and teachers scorching in the flame of it, gnashing and blaspheming God in his temple ... / by ... Thomas Morford.
Morgan, Edward, d. 1642. / [Printed Anno Domini 1641 i.e. 1642] A prisoners letter to the Kings most Excellent Maiesty, and the high court of Parlament.:
Morgan, Edward, d. 1642. / [1642] Edward Morgan, a priest, his letter to the Kings most excellent Majesty, and high court of Parliament and to all the Commons of England who was drawne, hanged, and quartered on Tuesday April 26, 1642 : this letter he writ with his owne hand a little before his death and left yet to be published to the view of the world.
Morgan, John, fl. 1588. / [1588] A short analysis of a part of the second chapter of S. Iames, from the 14. verse to the end of the same. With a briefe confutation of the Rhemists annotations therevpon written. By Iohn Morgan. 1588.
Morgan, Matthew, 1625-1703. / [MDCXCII 1692] A poem upon the late victory over the French fleet at sea
Morgan, Matthew, 1652-1703. / [1691] A poem to the Queen, upon the King's victory in Ireland, and his voyage to Holland
Morgan, Matthew, 1652-1703. / [1694] Eugenia, or, An elegy upon the death of the honourable Madam--
Morgan, Matthew, 1652-1703. / [M DC XCII 1692] An elegy on the death of the honourable Mr. Robert Boyle
Morgan, Matthew, 1652-1703. / [1698] A poem to the King upon the conclusion of peace by Matt. Morgan.
Morgan, Shinkin ap. / [Printed for the good of her countrey-men, this present year, 1647] The VVelsh physitian,: her new way to cure all kind of disease in her churches and common-wealths. 1. Her undertakes to cure perfectly all diseases in her she-cousens. 2. Her will undertake to make all omens that are barrons be as pig as her can tumble in two or three nights. 3. Her professes to restore her cosens maiden-heads, and virginities in a small space, and with much facilities. ... /
Morgan, Shinkin ap. / [1649] The VVelsh doctor: or, The VVelsh-man turned physitian, being a new way to cure all diseases in these distracted times of ours,: viz. 1. You shall see by this book that her have skill in all the 12. signs, and knowledge of all the humors, and likewise of her sences in folks podies [sic]. ... 8. Her will do more admirable cures then her cozens in the Colledge of Physitians can do by her Galen and her Hypocrates; ... / By Shinkin ap Morgan, Professor of te [sic] medicall arts and sciences.
Morgan, Shon ap. / [1642] The VVelch-mans warning-piece.: As it was delivered in a sermon in Shropshire at the assembly when the resolution was agreed upon. And now pnblished [sic] for the cood of all her countrymen in these parts. By Shon ap Morgan. In the anti-prelatian yeer. 1642. Wherein her gives Kot thanks, that her was no beshit.
Morgan, Shon up. / [1647] The Welsh-mans publique and hearty sorrow and recantation,: that ever her tooke up armes against her cood Parliament, declaring to all the world how her hath been abused by faire urds and flatterings, telling what booties and honours her should get if her would but helpe to conduct her king to her crete councell the Parliament. Also her new oath and protestation never to beare armes against hee cood Parliament any more. / By Shon up Morgan Shentileman.
Morgan, Sylvanus, 1620-1693. / [1666] Armilogia, sive, Ars chromocritica The language of arms by the colours & metals being analogically handled according to the nature of things, and fitted with apt motto's to the heroical science of herauldry in the symbolical world : whereby is discovered what is signified by every honourable partition, ordinary, or charge, usually born in coat-armour, and mythologized to the heroical theam [sic] of Homer on the shield of Achilles : a work of this nature never yet extant / by Sylvanus Morgan ...
Morgan, William. / [1695] Religio militis, or, A soldier's religion writ by a field officer of the army in his winter-quarters / W. Morgan.
Morgan, William, d. 1690. / [1677] A second proposal by William Morgan His Majesty's cosmographer, for a general sale of Mr. Ogilby's works, to enable him to finish Britannia, with the second part of Asia, and Europe
Morgues, Matthieu de, sieur de Saint-Germain, 1582-1670. / [Printed in the Yeare, 1643] A synopsis, or contact view, of the life of John Armand, Cardinall of Richlieu,: great favorite and minister of state to Lewis the 13th. King of France. To bee engraven on his tombe. First written in Latine, and now verbatim rendered English.
Morice, James. / [1590?] A briefe treatise of oathes exacted by ordinaries and ecclesiasticall iudges, to answere generallie to all such articles or interrogatories, as pleaseth them to propound. And of their forced and constrained oathes ex officio, wherein is proued that the same are vnlawfull.
Morice, William, Sir, 1602-1676. / [M.DC.LVII. 1657] Coena quasi koinē:: the new-inclosures broken down, and the Lords Supper laid forth in common for all Church-members, having a dogmatical faith, and not being scandalous: in a diatribe, and defence thereof: against the apology of some ministers, and godly people, (as their owne mouth praiseth them) asserting the lawfulness of their administring the Lords Supper in a select company: lately set forth by their prolocutor, Mr. Humphrey Saunders. / Written by William Morice of Werrington, in Devon, Esq;
Morice, William, Sir, 1602-1676. / [Printed in the year 1659 i.e. 1660] Animadversion upon Generall Monck's letter to the gentry of Devon:: wherein his arguments for anarchy are considered, and the weaknesse of his Harringtonian principle detected. By M. W.
Morillon, Claude, fl. 1600-1615. / [1610] The funerall pompe and obsequies of the most mighty and puissant Henry the fourth, King of France and Nauarre solemnized at Paris, and at S. Dennis, the 29. and 30 daies of Iune last past. 1610. Together with the order and ceremonie of remouing the body of Henry, the third of that name, King of France and Polonia, at Saint Dennis the 22 of Iune last past. All faithfully translated out of the French coppy printed at Roan by Petit ...
Morland, Samuel, Sir, 1625-1695. / [1666] A new method of cryptography, humbly presented to the most serene Majesty of Charles the II. By Samuel Morland knight and baronet, and one of the gentlemen of his Majestie's privy chamber in ordinary. 1666:
Morland, Samuel, Sir, 1625-1695. / [1697] Hydrostaticks: or, Instructions concerning water-works. Collected out of the papers of Sir Samuel Morland. Containing the method which he made use of in this curious art.
Morley, Henry, d. 1616. / [1609] The cleansing of the leper discoursed, and opened, first, in certaine lectures within the cathedrall church of Saint Paul, in London; vpon occasion of that great visitation of the plague, in the yeare of our Lord, 1603. And now thought meet to be published, for our present instruction and comfort; as being fitted both to this time of pestilence, and of famine amongst vs. By Henry Morley, Bachelour of Diuinitie.
Morley, Henry, fl. 1660. / [printed in the year, 1660] A letter from an anti-phanatique to the most illustrious and truly vertuous lady, the Lady Monk. By a true lover of his country.
Morley, Thomas, 1557-1603? / [1599] The first booke of consort lessons made by diuers exquisite authors, for six instruments to play together, the treble lute, the pandora, the cittern, the base-violl, the flute & treble-violl / newly set forth at the coast & charges of a gentle-man, for his priuate pleasure, and for diuers others his frendes which delight in musicke.
Morley, Thomas, 1557-1603? / [M. DC XIX. 1619] Cantvs. Of Thomas Morley the first booke of canzonets to two voyces
Morley, Thomas, Gent. / [12 June. 1644] A remonstrance of the barbarous cruelties and bloody murders committed by the Irish rebels against the protestants in Ireland both before and since the cessation,: collected out of the records at Dublin, by Thomas Morley, Gent. Being the examinations of many who were eye-witnesses of the same, and justified upon oath by many thousands; presented to the whole kingdome of England, that thereby they may see the rebels inhumane dealings, prevent their pernicious practises, relieve their poore brethrens necessities, and fight for their religion, laws, and liberties. Published by speciall command and authority.
Mornay, Philippe de, seigneur du Plessis-Marly, 1549-1623. / [1612] Two homilies concerning the meanes how to resolue the controversies of this time. First written in French, by Ph. Mornay, and now translated into English.
Mornay, Philippe de, seigneur du Plessis-Marly, 1549-1623. / [1627] Three meditations vpon these three places of scripture, 1 Cor. 2.2 ..., Psal. 6.1 ..., Prov. 3.11,12 ... by Iohn Bulteel.
Mornay, Philippe de, seigneur du Plessis-Marly, 1549-1623. / [1626] Three homilies upon these three sentences folowing. Psal. 55.22. Cast thy burthen vpon the Lord. Iohn 14.27. My peace I giue vnto you. Luk.10.42. One thing is necessarie. Composed by Philip Mornay, lord of Plessis-Marly.
Mornay, Philippe de, seigneur du Plessis-Marly, 1549-1623. / [1620] The shielde and revvarde of the faithfull. Or a meditation vpon Genesis 15. chap. vers. 1. Written by Philip of Mornay Lord of Plessis-Marly and faithfully translated according to the last French copie.
Mornay, Philippe de, seigneur du Plessis-Marly, 1549-1623. / [1699] A pious and Christian consideration of life and death and of all humane actions. Written originally in French by the famous Philip Morney Lord of Plessis. Translated into Latin by Arnoldus Freitagius. And now done into English by M. A. for the benefit of his countrymen.
Mornay, Philippe de, seigneur du Plessis-Marly, 1549-1623. / [Anno. Dom. 1579] A notable treatise of the church in vvhich are handled all the principall questions, that haue bene moued in our time concerning that matter. By Philip of Mornay, Lord of Plessis Marlyn, gentleman of Fraunce. And translated out of French into English by Io. Feilde.
Mornay, Philippe de, seigneur du Plessis-Marly, 1549-1623. / [anno Dom. 1612] The mysterie of iniquitie: that is to say, The historie of the papacie. Declaring by what degrees it is now mounted to this height, and what oppositions the better sort from time to time haue made against it. Where is also defended the right of emperours, kings, and Christian princes, against the assertions of the cardinals, Bellarmine and Baronius. By Philip Morney, knight, Lord du Plessis, &c. Englished by Samson Lennard.
Mornay, Philippe de, seigneur du Plessis-Marly, 1549-1623. / [1599] Meditations vpon Psal. 101. Written first in French, by Philip Mornai lord of Plessis, and by him dedicated to Henrie the fourth, the French king. And now translated into English, for the benefit of the christian reader, by T.W.
Mornay, Philippe de, seigneur du Plessis-Marly, 1549-1623. / [1588] A letter written by a French Catholike gentleman, to the maisters at Sorbonne. Concerning the late victories obtained by the king of Nauarre, aswell against the Duke of Ioyeuse at Coutras vpon Tuesday the twentieth of October, 1587. as els where.
Mornay, Philippe de, seigneur du Plessis-Marly, 1549-1623. / [1615] An homily upon these words of Saint Matthew, chap. 16.v.18 Tu es Petrus. Written first in French by that honorable and learned personage, Monsieur Du Plessis Mornay. And translated into English by I.V.
Mornay, Philippe de, seigneur du Plessis-Marly, 1549-1623. / [1600] Fovvre bookes, of the institution, vse and doctrine of the holy sacrament of the Eucharist in the old Church. As likevvise, hovv, vvhen, and by what degrees the masse is brought in, in place thereof. By my Lord Philip of Mornai, Lord of Plessis-Marli; councellor to the King in his councell of estate, captaine of fiftie men at armes in the Kings paie, gouernour of his towne and castle of Samur, ouerseer of his house and crowne of Nauarre.
Mornay, Philippe de, seigneur du Plessis-Marly, 1549-1623. / [An. Dom. 1611] A discourse to the lords of the Parliament As touching the murther committed vppon the person of Henrie the Great, King of Fraunce. Manifestlie prooving the Iesuites to be the plotters and principall deuisers of that horrible act. Translated out of French, and published by authority.
Morray, William. / [Anno Dom. 1631] A short treatise of death in sixe chapters. Together with the ænigmatick description of old age and death written Ecclesiastes 12 chap. exponed and paraphrased in English meetre. Written by Mr. William Morray minister of Gods word.
Morray, William. / [1634?] Nyne songs collected out of the Holy Scriptures of Old and New Testament, drawne foorth of the pure fountaines of Hebreuu and Greeke ; translated, paraphrased in prose, summed, analysed, notted vpon, grounds for vse and doctrine observed in every one of them, and finally paraphrased in English meeter, by Mr. William Moray ...
Morrice, Thomas, fl. 1617-1619. / [1619] An apology for schoole-masters tending to the aduauncement of learning, and to the vertuous education of children. By Thomas Morrice, Master of Artes.
Morris, John, 1617?-1649. / [Printed in the yeare, 1649] An exact relation of the tryall & examination of John Morris, governour of Pontefract-Castle, at the assizes held at York:: together with his speeches, prayers, and other passages immediately before his death, the 23. of Aug. 1649. Whereunto is added, the speech of Cornet Blackburne, executed at the same time.
Morris, Richard, fl. 1660. / [1659 i.e. 1660] A letter to General Monck,: in answer to his of the 23th of January, directed to Mr. Rolle, to be communicated to the gentlemen of the county of Devon· By one of the excluded Members of Parliament.
Morris, Samuel, of Bristol. / [1655] A looking-glasse for the Quakers or Shakers.: And their follovvers, wherein they may behold their errours, acknowledge their false doctrines, and be converted. Written for the comfort of all true Protestants, and daunting of the Quakers, Jesuites, seminary priests, and all their cursed crew, who do oppose the church and Gospel of our Lord Iesus Christ. / By Sam. Morris of Bristol, a well-wisher to the truth and Gospel of Iesus Christ.
Morris, Thomas, Baptist. / [1655] A messenger sent to remove some mistakes; or A desirous instrument for the promoting of truth, unity, peace and love in the church of Christ.: By way of answer to a book, untruly and improperly intitled, A vindication of that righteous principle of the doctrine of Christ called laying on of hands upon baptized believers. / By Thomas Morris, a servant of Jesus Christ. Also Robert Everards Three questions propounded to Benjamin Morley about his practice of laying on of hands, with his answer, and R. E. reply.
Morris, Thomas, M.A. / [1681] A sermon preached at the funeral of the Right Honourable Roger Earl of Orrery, who dyed the 16th of October, at Castle-Martyr, and was buried at Youghall in Ireland the 18th of the same month, in the year 1679 by Thomas Morris, M.A. ...
Morris, William, member of the army in Ireland. / [1659] To the supream authoritie (under God) of the common-wealth of England, Scotland, and Ireland the commons in Parliament assembled / the true and faithfull testimony of William Morris, a late member of the army in Ireland.
Morse, Robert, 1660 or 61-1703. / [1699] The clergyman's office, and the clergyman's due a sermon preach'd at the Triennial Visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God Edward, Lord Bishop of Gloucester at Campden, Octob. 7, 1698 / by Robert Morse ...
Morton, Arthur, Scotch man. / [1647] The touch-stone of conversion.: Or, Marks of true faith. Wherein the impenitent sinner is rowsed. True beleever discovered. And doubting saint resolved. / By that excellent man of God now in heaven, Mr. Arthur Morton Scotch man.
Morton, Charles, 1627-1698. / [168-?] Some meditations on the history recorded in the first fourteen chapters of Exodus, in meeter
Morton, Charles, 1627-1698. / [1684] The great evil of health-drinking, or, A discourse wherein the original evil, and mischief of drinking of healths are discovered and detected, and the practice opposed with several remedies and antidotes against it, in order to prevent the sad consequences thereof.
Morton, Charles, 1627-1698. / [1684] The gaming-humor considered and reproved, or, The passion-pleasure and exposing money to hazard by play, lot or wager examined by a well-wisher to mankind.
Morton, Charles, 1627-1698. / [1684] Debts discharge, or Some considerations on Rom. 13. 8. the former part. Owe nothing to any man, but to love one another. Being an endeavour to state that case of conscience, and designed to perswade all men to get and keep out of debt as much as may be. By C.M.
Morton, Charles, 1659 or 60-1731. / [1696] A discourse concerning a lumber-office being a true remedy for the scarcity of money.
Morton, Nathaniel, 1613-1685. / [1669] New-Englands memoriall, or, A brief relation of the most memorable and remarkable passages of the providence of God manifested to the planters of New-England in America with special reference to the first colony thereof, called New-Plimouth : as also a nomination of divers of the most eminent instruments deceased, both of church and common-wealth, improved in the first beginning and after-progress of sundry of the respective jurisdictions in those parts, in reference unto sundry exemplary passages of their lives, and the time of their death / published for use and benefit of present and future generations, by Nathaniel Morton ...
Morton, Richard, 1637-1698. / [1694] Phthisiologia, or, A treatise of consumptions wherein the difference, nature, causes, signs, and cure of all sorts of consumptions are explained : containing three books : I. Of original consumptions from the whole habit of the body, II. Of an original consumption of the lungs, III. Of syptomatical consumptions, or such as are the effects of some other distempers : illustrated by particular cases, and observations added to every book : with a compleat table of the most remarkable things / by Richard Morton ... ; translated from the original.
Morton, Thomas, 1564-1659. / [Printed in the yeere. 1643] The necessity of Christian subjection.: Demonstrated, and proved by the doctrine of Christ, and the Apostles; the practice of primitive Christians, the rules of religion, cases of conscience, and consent of latter orthodox divines, that the power of the King is not of humane, but of divine right; and that God onely is the efficient cause thereof. Whereunto is added, an appendix of all the chief objections that malice it selfe could lay upon His Majestie, with a full answer to every particular objection. Also a tract intituled, Christus Dei, wherein is proved that our Soveraign Lord the King is not onely major singulis, but major universis.
Morton, Thomas, 1564-1659. / [in the yeare 1644] Confessions and proofes of Protestant divines of reformed churches, that episcopacy is in respect of the office according to the word of God, and in respect of the use the best. Together, with a briefe treatise touching the originall of bishops and metropolitans
Morton, Thomas, 1575-1646. / [In the yeare 1637] New English Canaan or New Canaan. Containing an abstract of New England, composed in three bookes. The first booke setting forth the originall of the natives, their manners and customes, together with their tractable nature and love towards the English. The second booke setting forth the naturall indowments of the country, and what staple commodities it yealdeth. The third booke setting forth, what people are planted there, their prosperity, what remarkable accidents have happened since the first planting of it, together with their tenents and practise of their church. Written by Thomas Morton of Cliffords Inn gent, upon tenne yeares knowledge and experiment of the country.
Morton, Thomas, 17th cent. / [Aug. 5. 1642] Englands warning-piece:: shewing the nature, danger, and ill effects of civill-warre, and of those nations which have bin infested with it, described. Very necessary for these times wherein we are in so great feare and imminent danger of civill dissention. With a true relation of the miseries and distractions of Germany, France, Ireland, and Spaine. Also the sudden death of the Queen Mother of France. By Thomas Morton.
Moscheni, Carlo. / [1695] Brutes turn'd criticks, or, Mankind moraliz'd by beasts in sixty satyrical letters upon the vices and follies of our age / written in Italian by Signiore Moscheni ; and now done into English with some improvements.
Mosley, Nicholas, 1611-1672. / [1653] Psychosophia: or, Natural & divine contemplations of the passions & faculties of the soul of man. In three books. By Nicholas Mosley, Esq;
Mosman, John, ca. 1634-1693. / [1678] The Christian's companion under soul-exercise : or, A sermon preached at the Hole of the Gate-rige in the parish of Bathgate and shire of Linlithgow. May 26. 1678. By Mr. John Mosman.
Mosse, John. / [printed in the year, 1699] Religious meditations on Ecclesiastes, Chap. 12. vers. 13, 14.
Mossom, Robert, d. 1679. / [1653 i.e. 1652] Sion's prospect in it's first view.: Presented in a summary of divine truths, consenting with the faith profess'd by the Church of England, confirmed from scripture and reason: illustrated by instance and allusion. Compos'd and publish'd to be an help for the prevention of apostacy, conviction of heresy, confutation of error, and establishing in the truth, by a minister of Christ, and son of the church, R.M. quondam è Coll ̊S.P.C.
Mossom, Robert, d. 1679. / [1657] The preachers tripartite in three books. The first to raise devotion in divine meditations upon Psalm XXV : the second to administer comfort by conference with the soul, in particular cases of conscience : the third to establish truth and peace, in several sermons against the present heresies and schisms / by R. Mossom ...
Mossom, Robert, d. 1679. / [1660] A plant of paradise,: being a sermon preached at St. Martin's in the Fields at the funeral of John-Goodhand Holt, the young son, onely child, and hopefull heir of Thomas Holt of Gristlehurst in the county of Lancaster Esq; March the 19th. 1659. / By R.M. Minister of S. Pet. P.W. Lond.
Mossom, Robert, d. 1679. / [1665/6 i.e. 1666] A narrative panegyrical of the life, sickness, and death, of George ... Lord Bishop of Derry in Ireland as it was delivered at his funerals in the Cathedral Church of the Holy Trinity (commonly called Christ Church) in Dublin on Friday the 12th of January, Anno Domini 1665/6 / by R. Mossom ...
Mossom, Robert, d. 1679. / [1642. By speciall command] The King on his throne: or A discourse maintaining the dignity of a king, the duty of a subject, and the unlawfulnesse of rebellion. Delivered in two sermons preached in the Cathedrall Church in York. By R.M. Master in Arts, Coll. S. Pet. Cant.
Mossom, Robert, d. 1679. / [1660] England's gratulation for the King and his subjects happy union.: First preach't on the day of publique thanksgiving, appointed by the Parliament, May the 10th. 1660. Since publish't as a common tribute to Cæsar, at his so much long'd for arrival. By R. Mossom, preacher of Gods Word at S. Pet. P. Wh. London
Mossom, Robert, d. 1679. / [1660] An apology in the behalf of the sequestred clergy;: presented to the High Court of Parliament; / by R. Mossom, preacher of Gods Word at S. Pet. P. Wh. London.
Most learned lawyer. / [1681] A most learned and eloquent speech spoken and delivered in the House of Commons, at Westminster, by a most learned lawyer, the 23 of June, 1647.
Mother Greg. / [Printed in the year 1682. ] The burgess ticket of Buckhaven, given to Alexander Bryson within the college thereof, upon the 32, day of Julius Cæsar, 1698. years. Suites call'd, and the court lawfully fenc'd. / By Mother Greg.
Mother Greg. / [1698] The burgess ticket of Buckhaven given to Alexander Bryson; within the college thereof, upon the 32 day of Julius Cæsar, 1698 years. Suits calld, and the court lawfully fenced, by Mother Greg.
Motteux, Peter Anthony, 1660-1718. / [1695?] Words for a musical entertainment at the New-Theatre, in little Lincolns Inn fields; on the taking of Namur, and His Majesty's safe return. Set to music by Mr. John Eccles. Written by Mr. Motteux.
Motteux, Peter Anthony, 1660-1718. / [1697] Single songs, and dialogues, in the musical play of Mars & Venus. Perform'd with the Anatomist, or the Sham Doctor. Set to musick by Mr. Finger, and Mr. John Eccles
Moulton, Thomas. / [1547?] This is the glasse of helth. A great treasure for pore men, necessary and nedefull for euery person to loke in, y[t] wyll kepe theyr body from syckenesses, and dyseases: and it sheweth how the planettes reygne in euery houre of the daye & the nyght, with the natures & exposicions of the .xii. sygnes, deuyded by the .xii. monethes of the yere. And after foloweth of all the euyll and daungerous dayes of the yere. And sheweth the remedyes, for dyuers infyrmyties and dyseases, that hurteth the body of man..
Moulton, Thomas. / [1656. i.e. 1657] The compleat bone-setter: wherein the method of curing broken bones, and strains, and dislocated joynts, together with ruptures, vulgarly called broken bellyes, is fully demonstrated. Whereunto is added The perfect oculist, and The mirrour of health, treating of the pestilence, and all other diseases incident to men, women and children. Also, the acute judgement of urines. / Written originally by Friar Moulton, of the Order of St. Augustine. Now revised, Englished and enlarged by Robert Turner philomathēs.
Mounslowe, Alexander. / [1576] The progno[stication] made for the yeare of [--] God, now present 1576. [-] the astrologicall iudgement of [-]ters of the yeare, and the cl[-] weather. &c. Written chie[fly for the] meridian of the ci[ty] of Chester. / By Alexander Mouns[lowe].
Mount, Mr. / [1700?] A full account from Ireland, of the maid at Dublin miraculously struck by the hand of heaven, and burning by a supernatural fire; in which deplorable condition she still continues: with her penitent behaviour and discourses since the recovery of her speech. And other remarkable passages relating to this stupendous judgement. As communicated in a letter received by the last post, Jan. 14. from Mr. Mount her master, living in Christ-Church-Yard in Dublin. As also several historical instances in the like kind; published for a warning for all to avoid such prophane execrations. With allowance.
Mountague, William. / [1696] The delights of Holland: or, A three months travel about that and the other provinces. With observations and reflections on their trade, wealth, strength, beauty, policy, &c. together with a catalogue of the rarities in the anatomical school at Leyden. By William Mountague, Esq.
Mountrath, Charles Coote, Earl of, ca. 1610-1661. / [1650] Two letters from Sir Charles Coote, Lord President of the Province of Connaght in Ireland to the Honourable VVilliam Lenthall, speaker of the Parliament relating the rendition of the towne and castle of Carickfergus, to Sir Charles Coote, together with the totall defeate of the Scottish and Irish forces in the north of Ireland, under the command of the Lord Ards, Lord Claneboys and Monro.
Mowbray, Lawrence. / [1681] The portraicture of Roger L'Estrange drawn to the life as it was taken in the Queens Chappel
Mowbray, Lawrence. / [1680] The narrative of Lawrence Mowbray of Leeds, in the county of York, Gent., concerning the bloody popish conspiracy against the life of His Sacred Majesty, the government, and the Protestant religion wherein is contained I. His knowledge of the said design, from the very first in the year 1676, with the opportunity he had to be acquainted therewith, ... II. How far Sir Thomas Gascoigne, Sir Miles Stapleton, &c. are engaged in the design of killing the King and firing the cities of London and York, for the more speedy setting uppermost the popish religion in England, III. An account of the assemblings of many popish priests and Jesuits at Father Rishton's Chamber ..., IV. The discovery of the erecting a nunnery at Dolebank in Yorkshire ..., V. A manifestation of the papists fraudulent conveying of their estates, himself being privy to some of them, VI. A probable opinion concerning the Jesuits, the grand instruments in these affairs : together with an account of the endeavours that were used to stifle his evidence, by making an attempt upon his life in Leicester-Fields.
Mowbray, Thomas, minister of the Gospel. / [1663] The honour of kings vindicated and asserted. In a sermon preached before the Right Honourable Sr. Patrick Drummond, late Conservator of the Priviledges of the Scots nation in the Netherlands, togeter [sic] with a considerable number of merchants, masters, and common sea-men from several places, the 3. of May 1661. stilo novo, being his Majesties coronation day. By Mr. Thomas Mowbray Minister of the Gospel at the Stapel-Port in Camp-veet.
Moyle, John, d. 1714. / [1686] Abstractum chirurgiae marinae., or, An abstract of sea chirurgery: designed for the use of such chirurgeons who desire to serve at sea, yet are unacquainted with sea practice : in order to their restoring to health of sick or wounded sea-men; but may all fitly serve for most chirurgeons. In three compendious books. The first containeth certain directions necessary to be observed by the sea-chirurgeon in his fitting out. The second teacheth how he should perform his chirurgical duty being at sea, both in an ingagement and at other times. The third instructeth how he must execute the phisical office imposed on him / by John Moyle.
Moyle, Walter, 1672-1721. / [1697] The second part of an argument shewing that a standing army is inconsistent with a free government, and absolutely destructive to the constitution of the English monarchy with remarks on the late published list of King James's Irish forces in France.
Moyle, Walter, 1672-1721. / [1664] Much a-do, about nothing: or, A song made of nothing, the newest in print; he that seriously mindes it, will find all-things in't.