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Neale, R. / [1647] Foure propositions propounded, by the Royalists in the city of Oxford: to the officers and souldiers under command of his Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax, concerning their proceedings in this present designe. Together with the resolution of the said army towards the City of London, and their further desires concerning the Kings Majesties royall person.
Neale, Thomas, d. 1699? / [1692] To preserve the East-India trade:
Neale, Thomas, d. 1699? / [1694] Suppose for the year 1695. Wanting five or six millions.
Neale, Thomas, d. 1699? / [1694] A million lottery was proposed in print by T.N. Nov. 15. 1694. And now for raising a fond of 140000 l. yearly for this million lottery, a three months tax of 70000 l. a month, and the duty continued on salt, will do it: And 'tis to be considered, that the first payment to such as shall advance this money (besides what rebate shall be allowed them for paying it in sooner, which comes out of the money paid) will be probably at Lady-day 1696. And the first payment to the fortunate will be then but - 20000 l. and at Michaelmas second payment - 120000 -- in all - 140000
Neau, Elias, b. ca. 1661. / [1699] An account of the sufferings of the French Protestants, slaves on board the French kings galleys by Elias Neau, one of their fellow sufferers ; together with a list of those who are still on board the said galleys.
Neck, Jacob Conelissoon van, ca. 1564-1638. / [1601] The iournall, or dayly register, contayning a true manifestation, and historicall declaration of the voyage, accomplished by eight shippes of Amsterdam, vnder the conduct of Iacob Corneliszen Neck Admirall, & Wybrandt van Warwick Vice-Admirall, which sayled from Amsterdam the first day of March, 1598. Shewing the course they kept, and what other notable matters happened vnto them in the sayd voyage.
Nederlandsche Oost-Indische Compagnie. / [1632] A remonstrance of the directors of the Netherlands East India Company presented to the Lords States Generall of the vnited Provinces, in defence of the said Companie, touching the bloudy proceedings against the English merchants, executed at Amboyna. Together, with the acts of the processe, against the sayd English. And the reply of the English East India Company, to the said remonstrance and defence. Published by authority.
Nederlandsche Oost-Indische Compagnie. / [1683?] An answer of the committee of seventeen representing the East-India Company of the Netherlands given into the States General of the United Provinces in answer to two memorials, the one given by Mr. Chudley, envoy of His Majesty of Great Brittain, and the other given by Mr. Chardyn, touching the affairs of Bantham.
Nederlandse Hervormde Kerk. Synoden (1618) Gelderland, Netherlands. / [1618] A proclamation giuen by the discreet lords and states, against the slanders laid vpon the euangelicall and reformed religion, by the Arminians and separatists containing all the points, accusations, declarations and confessions, taken out of the last prouinciall synode holden at Arnhem, the 15. day of September last past. 1618. Together with the seuerall examinations and confessions (at Vtrecht and the Hage) of one Leydenberg, pentioner of Leyden, and Taurinus; with their sodaine and fearefull ends.
Nedham, Marchamont, 1620-1678. / [1661] The true character of a rigid Presbyter with a narrative of the dangerous designes of the English and Scotish covenanters as they have tended to the ruine of our Church and Kingdom : also the articles of their dogmatic faith and the inconsistency thereof with monarchy : to which is added a short history of the English rebellion / compiled in verse by Marchamont Nedham; and formerly extant in his Mercurius pragmaticus.
Nedham, Marchamont, 1620-1678. / [1661] A short history of the English rebellion compiled in verse by Marchamont Nedham, and formerly extant in his weekly Mercurius pragmaticus.
Nedham, Marchamont, 1620-1678. / [1677] A second pacquet of advices and animadversions sent to the men of Shaftsbury, occasioned by several seditious pamphlets spread abroad to pervert the people since the publication of the former pacquet.
Nedham, Marchamont, 1620-1678. / [Anno Dom. MDCXLIV1644] Ruperts sumpter, and private cabinet rifled. And a discovery of a pack of his jewels by way of dialogue between, Mercurius Britannicus and Mercurius Aulicus.:
Nedham, Marchamont, 1620-1678. / [Printed in the yeere 1648] A plea for the King, and kingdome;: by way of answer to the late remonstrance of the Army, presented to the House of Commons on Monday Novemb. 20. Proving, that it tends to subvert the lawes, and fundamentall constitutions of this kingdom, and demolish the very foundations of government in generall.
Nedham, Marchamont, 1620-1678. / [1676] A pacquet of advices and animadversions, sent from London to the men of Shaftsbury which is of use for all His Majesties subjects in the three kingdoms : occasioned by a seditious pamphlet, intituled, A letter from a person of quality to his friend in the country.
Nedham, Marchamont, 1620-1678. / [Printed in the year, 1660] Newes from Brussels,: in a letter from a neer attendant on His Maiesties person. To a person of honour here. Which casually became thus publique.
Nedham, Marchamont, 1620-1678. / [1665] Medela medicinæ a plea for the free prosestion and renovation of the art of physick, out of the noblest and most authentick writers ... : tending to the rescue of mankind from the tyranny of diseases, and of physicians themselves, from the pedansism of old authors and present dictators / the author, M. N. ...
Nedham, Marchamont, 1620-1678. / [1648] Loyalty speakes truth: or, a conference of the grand mercvries, pragmaticus, melancholicus, and elenticus, concerning the present condition of his Majesty, and the proceedings of this blessed Parliament.
Nedham, Marchamont, 1620-1678. / [Printed in the yeere 1647] The Levellers levell'd.: Or, The Independents conspiracie to root out monarchie. An interlude: / vvritten by Mercurius Pragmaticus.
Nedham, Marchamont, 1620-1678. / [Printed in the yeare, 1647] The lavvyer of Lincolnes-Inne reformed: or, An apology for the army.: Occasioned by IX queries, upon the printed charge of the army, against the XI members, and the papers thereto annexed; submitted to the publique consideration of all lovers of justice, truth, parliaments, army, and their native countrey. / By the author of The case of the kingdome, &c.
Nedham, Marchamont, 1620-1678. / [1659] Interest will not lie. Or, a view of England's true interest:: in reference to the [brace] papist, royalist, Presbyterian, baptised, neuter, Army, Parliament, City of London. In refutation of a treasonable pamphlet, entituled, The interest of England stated. Wherein the author of it pretends to discover a way, how to satisfie all parties before-mentioned, and provide for the publick good, by calling in the son of the late King, &c. Against whom it is here proved, that it is really the interest of every party (except only the papist) to keep him out: and whatever hath been objected by Mr. William Pryn, or other malcontents, in order to the restoring of that family, or against the legality of this Parliament's sitting, is here answer'd by arguments drawn from Mr Baxter's late book called A holy commonwealth, for the satisfaction of them of the Presbyterian way; and from writings of the most learned royalists, to convince those of the royal party. By Mar. Nedham.
Nedham, Marchamont, 1620-1678. / [1646] Independencie no schisme. Or, An answer to a scandalous book, entituled, The schismatick sifted: written by Mr. John Vicars.: Which may serve also for a reply to Master Edwards his Gangræna. Wherein is discovered the vanity of those unjust slanders cast upon the dissenting brethren, whom they call Independents. With some hints added about gospel-government. / By M.N. med. pr.
Nedham, Marchamont, 1620-1678. / [1677] Honesty's best policy, or, Penitence the sum of prudence being a brief discourse, in honour of the Right Honourable Anthony, Earl of Shaftsbury's humble acknowledgment and submission for his offences ... on the 25th of Febr. 1677 : together with the several proceedings of the said Right Honourable House ...
Nedham, Marchamont, 1620-1678. / [1656] The excellencie of a free-state: or, The right constitution of a common-wealth.: Wherein all objections are answered, and the best way to secure the peoples liberties, discovered: with some errors of government, and rules of policie. Published by a well-wisher to posterity.
Nedham, Marchamont, 1620-1678. / [1663] A discourse concerning schools and school-masters offered to publick consideration / by M.N.
Nedham, Marchamont, 1620-1678. / [1678] Christianissimus Christianandus, or, Reason for the reduction of France to a more Christian state in Europ[e]
Nedham, Marchamont, 1620-1678. / [1644] A check to the checker of Britannicus: or, The honour and integrity of Collonel Fiennes, revived, re-estated, and cleared from certain prejudices and mistakes, occasioned by late mis-reports.: The proceedings of the honourable Councell of War, according to the article of war justified. The pardon of his Excellencie the Lord Generall Essex asserted, and the grounds of it declared, and presented to the consideration of all. With certain considerable queries of publike concernement. Britannicus for his eminent service to this cause, Parliament, and kingdome, encouraged and vindicated from a late aspertion, in this occasion by a grose, seditious, and abusive pamphlet, called, a check.
Nedham, Marchamont, 1620-1678. / [1647] The case of the kingdom stated according to the proper interests of the severall parties ingaged : I. Touching the interest of the King and his party, II. The interest of the Presbyterian party, III. The interest of the Independent party, IV. The interest of the citie of London, V. The interest of Scotland, not extant before now : a peece of rare observation and contexture, wherin all men are equally concerned.
Nedham, Marchamont, 1620-1678. / [1643] An answer to a declaration of the Lords and Commons concerning the papers of the Scots commissioners, intituled The answer of the commissioners to both Houses of Parliament upon the new propositions of peace, and the foure bills to be sent to His Majesty / by Mercurius Pragmaticus.
Nedham, Thomas. / [1700] A treatise of consumption, and the venereal disease the signs or symptoms of the venereal infection; with the various methods of cure. By T. Nedham, surgeon.
Needham, Robert, d. 1678. / [1679] Six Sermons preached (most of them) at S. Maries in Cambridge / by Robert Needham.
Needler, Benjamin, 1620-1682. / [1655 i.e. 1654] Expository notes, with practical observations; towards the opening of the five first chapters of the first book of Moses called Genesis. Delivered by way of exposition in several lords-dayes exercises.: By Benjamin Needler, minister of the gospel at Margaret Moses Friday-Street, London.
Neesham, Thomas. / [1642] A sermon preached at the funerall of the Honourable Sir Francis Vincent, Knight and baronet at Stokedawbernon in the county of Surrey, the tenth day of Apill [sic], 1640 by Thomas Neesham. clerke and rector of the same church.
Negus, William, 1559?-1616. / [1619] Mans actiue obedience, or The power of godlines especially in the commandement of the gospell, which requireth faith in euerie Christian: or A treatise of faith, worthily called precious faith, as being in it selfe a most rare iewell of ioy, and peerelesse pearle, that excelleth in worth the highest price. Wherein is plainly declared what faith in Christ is what properly is the obiect of it, what is the speciall operation of faith, by which it may bee discerned; and the worke about which it is principally imployed, the subiect wherein it is placed; what things are needfull to the making it up, what to the being, and what to the wel-being of it; with the differences that are betweene true beleeuers and fained in all of them, and the vses thereof. By Master William Negus, lately minister of Gods word at Lee in Essex.
Nelme, John, b. 1618 or 19. / [1660] England's royal stone at the head of the corner, through the wonderful working of almighty God.: Set forth in a sermon preached in the Cathedral church at Gloucester, the 28th day of June, being a day of publick and solemn thanksgiving for His Majesties happy restauration. By Joh. Nelme, M.A. and Pastor of S. Michaels in the said city.
Nelson, Abraham. / [1660] A perfect description of Antichrist, and his false prophet.: Wherein is plainly shewed that Oliver Cromwell was Antichrist, and John Presbiter, or John Covenanter his false prophet. Written in the yeare, MDCLIV. By Abraham Nelson. And now published with an epistle to the Kings most excellent Majestie.
Nelson, Thomas, fl. 1580. / [1586] A short discourse: expressing the substaunce of all the late pretended treasons against the Queenes Maiestie, and estates of this realme, by sondry traytors: who were executed for the same on the 20. and 21. daies of September last past. 1586. VVhereunto is adioyned a godly prayer for the safetie of her Highnesse person, her honorable counsaile, and all other her obedient subiects. Seene and alowed.
Nelson, Thomas, fl. 1580. / [1590] The deuice of the pageant set forth by the vvorshipfull companie of the fishmongers, for the right honorable Iohn Allot: established Lord Maior of London, and Maior of the staple for this present yeere of our Lord 1590. By T. Nelson.
Nendick, Humphrey. / [1677?] A book of directions and cures done by that safe and successful medicine, called, Nendick's popular pill deservedly so called for it's special vertues in curing that popular disease, the scurvy : which corrupts the blood this pill cures, by cleansing of the blood, purging by urine, and gently by stool.
Nepos, Cornelius. / [1677] The life and death of Pomponius Atticus written by his contemporary and acquaintance Cornelius Nepos ; translated out of his fragments, together with observations, political and moral, thereupon.
Nepos, Cornelius. / [printed in the year MDCLXXXIX. 1689] Collections out of the late Lord Chief Justice Hale's Pomponious Atticus. In reference to factions that arise in a state or kingdom; and the mischievous consequences thereof.
Nepveu, François, 1639-1708. / [1694] The method of mental prayer render'd practical and easie for all sorts of persons compos'd in French by R.F. Francis Nephew, S.J. ; to which is added a method how to offer up Mass, according to the four ends of this sacrifice.
Neri, Antonio, d. 1614. / [1662] The art of glass wherein are shown the wayes to make and colour glass, pastes, enamels, lakes, and other curiosities / written in Italian by Antonio Neri ; and translated into English, with some observations on the author ; whereunto is added an account of the glass drops made by the Royal Society, meeting at Gresham College.
Nesbitt, John, 1661-1727. / [1700] A funeral sermon preached at the merchants lecture at Pinner's-Hall, Broadstreet upon the death of the reverend Mr. Thomas Gouge who deceased Jan. 8 1699/1700 by John Nesbitt.
Ness, Christopher, 1621-1705. / [1682] A true account of this present blasing-star presenting it self to the view of the world, this August 1682 to the sundry considerable remarks and observations thereupon.
Ness, Christopher, 1621-1705. / [1683] A strange and wonderful trinity, or, A triplicity of stupendious prodigies consisting of a wonderful eclipse, as well as of a wonderful comet, and of a wonderful conjunction, now in its second return, seeing all these three prodigious wonders do joyntly portend wonderful events, all meeting together in a strange harmonious triangle : and all are the three royal heralds, successively sent from the King of Heaven, to sound succeeding alarms, for awakening a slumbering world : beware the third time ...
Ness, Christopher, 1621-1705. / [1684] A spiritual legacy being a pattern of piety for all young persons practice in a faithful relation of the holy life and happy death of Mr. John Draper / represented out of his own and other manuscripts containing his experiences, exercises, self examinations and evidences for heaven ; together with his funeral sermons ; published by Chr. Ness.
Ness, Christopher, 1621-1705. / [1681] The signs of the times, or, VVonderful signs of wonderful times being a faithful collection and impartial relation of several signs and wonders, call'd properly prodigies, (together with some philosophical and theological descants upon them) which have been seen in the heavens, on the earth, and on the waters, as they have been testifyed by very credible hands, all of which have hapned within the compass of this last year 1680 : which may well be called another annus mirabilis, or wonderful year, wherein the Lord hath given us loud warnings to repent of our sins and return to him, that he may have mercy upon us / by C. N.
Ness, Christopher, 1621-1705. / [1679] A Protestant antidote against the poyson of popery clearly proving the religion of the Church of Rome to be 1. superstitious, 2. idolatrous, 3. damnable, 4. bloody, 5. novel, 6. inconsistent with the publick peace, 7. irreconciliable to true Christianity ... / by Christopher Nesse ...
Ness, Christopher, 1621-1705. / [1681] A philosophical and divine discourse blazoning upon this blazing star divided into three parts; the I. Treating on the product, form, colour, motion, scituation [sic], and signification of comets. II. Contains the prognosticks of comets in general, and of this in particular; together with a chronology of all the comets for the last 400 years. III. Consists of (1.) the explication of the grand concerns of this comet by astrological precepts and presidents. (2.) The application of its probable prognosticks astrologically and theologically. By Christopher Nesse, minister of the gospel, in London, 1681.
Ness, Christopher, 1621-1705. / [1680] The Lord Stafford's ghost, or, A warning to traitors with his prophecie concerning the blazing star.
Ness, Christopher, 1621-1705. / [1700] A divine legacy bequeathed unto all mankind of all ranks, ages, and sexes directing how we may live holily in the fear of God and how we may die happily in the favour of God, both which duties are of universal concern ... / by Christopher Ness ...
Ness, Christopher, 1621-1705. / [1679] A distinct discourse and discovery of the person and period of Antichrist wherein a diligent enquiry is made concerning the time of his rise, reign, and ruine, the answer whereunto is not peremptorily imposed, but modestly proposed / published for publick good by Christopher Ness ...
Ness, Christopher, 1621-1705. / [1683] The Devils patriarck, or, A full and impartial account of the notorious life of this present Pope of Rome Innocent the 11th wherein is newly discovered his rise and reign, the time and manner of his being chosen Pope, his prime procession, consecration and coronation, the splendour and grandeur of his Court, his most eminent and gainful cheats, by which he gulls the silly people, his secret and open transactions with the papists in England, Scotland, France and Ireland, and other Protestant countreys to this very day : together with the rest of the hellish policies and infamous actions of his wicked life / written by an eminent pen to revive the remembrance of the almost forgotten plot against the life of his Sacred Majesty and the Protestant religion.
Ness, Christopher, 1621-1705. / [1676] The crown and glory of a Christian consisting in a sound conversion and well ordered conversation.
Ness, Christopher, 1621-1705. / [1696] A compleat history and mystery of the Old and New Testament logically discust and theologically improved : in four volumes ... the like undertaking (in such a manner and method) being never by any author attempted before : yet this is now approved and commended by grave divines, &c. / by Christopher Ness ...
Ness, Christopher, 1621-1705. / [1680] A compleat and compendious church-history shewing how it hath been from the beginning of the world to this present day : being an historical-narrative how the power and providence of God, according to his promise, hath hitherto confounded all the damnable plots of the Devil : to which is annexed a Scripture-prophecy fore-shewing how it shall be hence to the end of the world : to whole containing the quintessence of sacred, civil and ecclesiastick-writers, and serving as a short comment upon all the books in the Bible, both historical and prophetical / published for publick good by Christopher Ness ...
Ness, Christopher, 1621-1705. / [1679] A chrystal mirrour, or, Christian looking-glass wherein the hearts treason against God and treachery against man, is truely represented, and thoroughly discoursed on and discovered : whereby the soul of man may be dressed up into a comeliness for God ... / published for publick good by Christopher Nesse ...
Ness, Christopher, 1621-1705. / [1678] A Christians walk and work on earth, until he attain to heaven which may serve as a practical guide, and a plain direction in his pilgrimage thither, through his personal and relative duties : marvelously useful to all persons, and families of all ranks and qualities, both in city and country / by Christopher Nesse ...
Ness, Christopher, 1621-1705. / [1682] An astrological and theologigal [sic] discourse upon this great conjunction (the like whereof hath not (likely) been in some ages) ushered in by a great comet and so far upon the heavens, the planets and fixed stars as is a necessary introduction into a distinct and full knowledg of the principal subject herein handled.
Ness, Christopher, 1621-1705. / [1700] An antidote against Arminianism, or, A succinct discourse to enervate and confute all the five points thereof to wit, predestination grounded upon man's foreseen works, universal redemption, sufficient grace is all, the power of man's free-will in conversion, and the possibility of true saints falling away totally and finally : all which are demonstrated here to be damnable errours, both by Scriptures and reason &c. ... / published for the publick good by Christopher Ness.
Netherlands. / [1598] A true coppie of the admonitions sent by the subdued provinces to the states of Hollande and the Hollanders answere to the same. Together vvith the articles of peace concluded betweene the high and mightie princes, Phillip by the grace of God King of Spaine, &c. and Henry the Fourth by the same grace, the most Christian King of France, in the yeare 1598. First translated out of French into Dutch, and nowe into English by H.VV.
Netherlands. / [1598] The second admonition, sent by the subdued prouinces to Holland thereby to entice them by faire-seeming reasons, groundlesse threates, and vnlike examples to make peace with the Spaniards. With the Hollanders aunswere to the same. Translated out of Dutch into English by H.W.
Netherlands. Sovereign (1598-1621 : Albert and Isabella). / [1609] A proclamation of the truce betvveene his Maiesty of Spayne, and their most illustrious Highnesses on the one party, and the States generall of the vnited Netherlands on the other party proclaymed before the townehouse of the citie of Antwerpe, the 14. of Aprill, Anno. 1609. Translated out of the Dutch, after the copy printed at Antwerpe by Abraham Verhoeuen. 1609.
Netherlands. Sovereign (1598-1621 : Albert and Isabella) / [1603] A proclamation or edict. Touching the opening and restoring of the traffique, and commerce of Spain, with these countries: although they haue seuered themselues from the obeisance of the illustrous arch-duke, as also vvith all vassals and subiects of princes and common-weales, being their friends, or neutrals. Faithfully translated out of the Nether-landish tongue according to printed copy. Imprinted at Brussels.
Netherlands. Sovereign (1598-1621 : Albert and Isabella) / [1609] Articles, of a treatie of truce. Made and concluded in the towne and citie of Antvverp, the 9. of April 1609. betweene the commissioners of the most excellent Princes, Arch-dukes Albert and Isabella Clara Eugenia, as well in the name of the Catholicke Kings Maiestie, as in their owne. Together with the commissioners and deputies of the renowmed Lords, the Estates Generall of the Vnited Prouinces of the Low-countryes: and that through the mediation and with the aduice of the Lords Ambassadors of the most Christian Kings, and of Great Britaine. At the Haghe by Hillebrant Iacobz, printer ordinarie to the Lords of the States Generall of the Vnited Prouinces of the Low-countreyes.
Netherlands. Sovereign (1598-1621 : Albert and Isabella) / [1607] Articles of agreement, concerning the cessation of warre, betweene the Arch-duke and the states of the vnited Prouinces. Procured by a fryar, called Iohn of Ney, confessour to the Arch-duke and the Infanta. Wherunto is annexed the state of other things happened about the same time. With Warres testament, or his last will, made at his departure out of the said Netherlauds [sic]. Translated out of the Dutch.
Nethersole, Francis, Sir, 1587-1659. / [1622] The true copies of tvvo especiall letters verbatim sent from the Palatinate by Sir, F.N. relating the dangerous incounter which hapened betwixt the Duke Christian of Brunswicke, and Monsieur Tillies passing ouer the bridge lying vpon the riuer Mayne about Ausbourge. VVith the vniting of his forces with the King of Bohemias, as also the fearefull expectation of the great Turkes comming downe into Germanie. With the late proceedings in the Low Countries, in their proclamations set forth by the States of Holland, the first shewing the last appointed time, as well for forrayners as inhabitants of this countrey to come into the West India Company of the Nether-lands: the second a letter of Marte, the last prohibiting the inhabitants not to assuer any goods of the Spaniards. Printed this 21. of Iune.
Nethersole, Francis, Sir, 1587-1659. / [In the yeare 1648] A strong motive to the passing of a generall pardon, and Act of oblivion found in a Parcell of problemes, selected out of a greater bundle: lately published by P.D. For the present use of all the Members of both Houses of Parliament, but more especially of those in city, countrey, and Army, and in Parliament too (if there be any) that have lately expressed their fiercenesse in pressing for justice against delinquents.
Nethersole, Francis, Sir, 1587-1659. / [Printed in the yeare 1648] A project for an equitable and lasting peace.: Designed in the year 1643. when the affairs stood in ballance before the second coming of the Scots into this kingdom, from a desire to have kept them out then. With a disquisition how the said project may now be reduced to fit the present conjuncture of affairs, in a letter sent to divers prudent persons of all sorts. For preventing the Scots bringing an army into England a third time, or making themselves umpires of our affaires. By a cordiall agreement of the King, Parliament, City, Army, and of all the people in this kingdome among our selves.
Nethersole, Francis, Sir, 1587-1659. / [Printed in the yeare 1648] Problemes necessary to be determined by all that have, or have not taken part on either side in the late unnaturall warre.: For the making of their peace with God and disposing them to a hearty peace one with another. By reflecting upon what they have done, before they engage in a new more dangerous and doubtfull warre: dedicated to the Lord Major, aldermen and Common-Councel of the Honorable City of London. / By P.D.
Nethersole, Francis, Sir, 1587-1659. / [Printed in the year. MDCXLVIII. 1648] Parables reflecting upon the times, newly past, and yet present; by P:D: the writer of the Problemes lately printed, and now recommended to the attentive reading, serious consideration, and devout meditation of all the generals, officers, & souldiers, that have been imployed on either side in the late unnaturall warre; more especially of His Excellency, the Lord Faifax, and those of his victorious Army.:
Nethersole, Francis, Sir, 1587-1659. / [Printed in the yeare 1648 i.e. 1649] Ho auto-katakritos.: The self-condemned. Or, a letter to Mr Jo: Goodwin: shewing, that in his essay to justifie the equity, and regularnes of the late, and present proceedings of the Army by principles of reason, and religion, he hath condemned himselfe of iniquity, and variablenesse in the highest degree, untill he shall explaine himself in publike. / By Sir Francis Nethersole Knight.
Nethersole, Francis, Sir, 1587-1659. / [printed anno 1642] Considerations upon the present state of the affairs of this kingdome· In relation to the three severall petitions which have lately been in agitation in the Honourable City of London. And a project for a fourth petition, tending to a speedy accommodation of the present unhappy differences between His Maiesty and the Parliament. Written upon the perusing of the speciall passages of the two weeks, from the 29 of November, to the 13 of December, 1642. And dedicated to the Lord Maior and aldermen of the said City. By a country-man, a well-willer of the City, and a lover of truth and peace.
Nethersole, Francis, Sir, 1587-1659. / [In the yeare 1648] Another parcell of problemes concerning religion:: necessary to be determined at this time, and to that end printed apart. Together with the prudent advice of Herennius Pontius a man famous for wisdome among the Samnites, very applyable to the present deliberation in Parliament concerning delinquents. As also the bold and stout answers of an ambassadour of Privernum, in the senate of Rome, when the Privernates were in the same low condition, in which the Kings party now is. All for the present use of the Members of both Houses. / By P.D.
Nethersole, Francis, Sir, 1587-1659. / [Anno Dom. 1659] An addresse to the Lord Mayor, Aldermen, and Common-Council of the honourable city of London, and in particular the representatives thereof in the Parliament now assembled. / By Sir Francis Nethersole of Nethersole, in the county of Kent, knight.
Nettles, Stephen. / [1625] An ansvver to the Ievvish part of Mr Selden's History of tithes. By Stephen Nettles, B. of Divinity.
Neve, Jeffery, 1579-1654. / [1609] An almanacke for the yeere of our Lord God 1609. Made and written by Jefferie Neue.
Nevett, Thomas. / [1697] A treatise of consumptions in which their nature, causes and symptoms are briefly explained, and a new and extraordinary method by specifick medicines is proposed for the cure of consumptions, even such as proceed from ulcers of the lungs / by Thomas Nevett ...
Neville, Francis de. / [1642] The Christian and Catholike veritie; or, The reasons and manner of the conversion of Francis de Neville;: formerly a Capuchin, preacher, the Popes missionary, and superiour in sundry covents of the same order. A treatise very usefull for all Christians, and especially for such as are popishly affected, or not fully setled in their beliefe; and for the further confirmation of the faithfull. Wherein many secrets of the Romish clergy, heretofore unrevealed, are discovered. Dedicated by the author to the high court of Parliament now assembled, 1642. See the contents at the next page.
Neville, Henry, 1620-1694. / [1688] The publisher or translator of Nicholas Machiavels whole works out of Italian, faithfully into English, concerning the following letter of Nicholas Machiavels, wherein he clears himself of the aspersions alledg'd by some on his writings also, his judgment as to government, whether monarchie or democracie be the best : and lastly, (tho' a papist) shews their wicked and base errours, both of popes, Jesuits, priests, &c. and that they shall be brought to ruine / written by the author, April 1st, 1537.
Neville, Henry, 1620-1694. / [Printed in the year, 1659] Shufling, cutting, and dealing, in a game at pickquet:: being acted from the year, 1653. to 1658. By O.P. and others; with great applause.
Neville, Henry, 1620-1694. / [Pinted sic in the yeare 1647] The parliament of ladies. Or Divers remarkable passages of ladies in Spring-Garden; in Parliament assembled.: Together with certaine votes of the unlawfull assembly, at Kates in Coven Garden. Vespre Veneris Martis: 26. 1647. Ordered by the ladies in parliament assembled, that their orders and votes be forthwith printed and published, to prevent such misreports and scandals, which either malice, or want of wit, hightned with snoffes of ale or stayned claret may cause, in the dishonour of the said votes and proceedings in parliament. Ja: Kingsmill Clar. Parliamen.
Neville, Henry, 1620-1694. / [ca. 1700] Nicholas Machiavel's letter to Zanobius Buondelmontius in vindication of himself and his writings..
Neville, Henry, 1620-1694. / [Printed in the year, of women without grace, 1650] Newes from the New Exchange, or The commonvvealth of ladies,: drawn to the life, in their severall characters and concernments.
Neville, Henry, 1620-1694. / [1647] The ladies Parliament:
Neville, Henry, 1620-1694. / [1668] The Isle of Pines, or, A late discovery of a fourth island in Terra Australis, Incognita being a true relation of certain English persons, who in the dayes of Queen Elizabeth, making a voyage to the East India, were cast away, and wracked upon the island near to the coast of Terra Australis, Incognita, and all drowned, except one man and four women, whereof one was a Negro : and now lately Anno Dom. 1667, a Dutch ship driven by foul weather there, by chance have found their posterity (speaking good English) to amount to ten or twelve thousand persons, as they suppose : the whole relation follows, written, and left by the man himself a little before his death, and declared to the Dutch by his grandchild.
Neville, Henry, 1620-1694. / [Printed anno Dom. 1647] An exact diurnall of the Parliament of ladyes: Ordered by the ladyes in Parliament, that they declared that Prince Rupert, Lord Digby, Lord Capell, Lord Cottington, Dr. Williams, Mr. Walter, L. Hopton, L. Culpepper, Dr. Duppa, Sir R. Greenvill, L. Jermine, and Major Gen. Vrrey, have all their pardons granted to them by this court Clericus.
Neville, Henry, 1620-1694. / [1698] Discourses concerning government, in a way of dialogue wherein, by observations drawn from other kingdoms and states, the excellency of the English government is demonstrated, the causes of the decay thereof are considered, and proper remedies for cure proposed / by Henry Nevill ...
Neville, Robert, 1640 or 1-1694. / [1683] Ta ano the things above proved to be the most proper objects of the mind and affections, in a sermon preached before the University in Great St. Maries Church in Cambridge / by Robert Neville.
Neville, Robert, 1640 or 1-1694. / [1662] The poor scholar a comedy / vvritten by Robert Nevile ...
Neville, Robert, 1640 or 1-1694. / [1679] The necessity of receiving the Holy Sacrament (that great test both of the Christian and Protestant religion) declared in a sermon, at a conference of the several ministers of the Deanery of Braughin, in the county of Hertford, appointed by the Right Reverend Father in God, Henry Lord Bishop of London, to be held at Ware, August 28, 1678 / by Robert Neville ...
Neville, Robert, 1640 or 1-1694. / [1683] The nature & causes of hardness of heart, together with the remedies against it discovered in a sermon, preached first before the Honourable Society of Lincolns-Inn, and afterwards before the University in Great St. Maries Church in Cambridge / by Robert Neville ...
Neville, Robert, 1640 or 1-1694. / [1681] The great excellency, usefulness, and necessity of humane learning declared in a sermon, preached before the University, at Great St. Maries church in Cambridge, August the 7th. 1681 / Robert Neville ...
Neville, Robert, 1640 or 1-1694. / [1687] Goodness proved to be the best protection from the arrests of all harmes in a sermon preached before the University, upon Innocents Day, in great St. Maries Church in Cambridge / by Robert Neville ...
Neville, Robert, 1640 or 1-1694. / [1673] An English inquisition for a heretick. Or, The punishment due to hereticks. Together with the nature and causes of heresie. Declared in a sermon preached at a visitation at Ware, upon the 19th. of April 1672. By Robert Neville, B.D. late Fellow of Kings-Colledge in Cambridge, and now Rector of Ansty in the county of Hertford.
Neville, Robert, 1640 or 1-1694. / [1682] The absolute and peremptory decree of election to eternal glory reprobated in a sermon preached before the university in Great St. Maries Church in Cambridge / by Robert Neville ...
New adventurer. / [1698?] An answer to a paper published by one Bateman against the mine-adventure by a new adventurer.
New Hampshire. / [1699] Acts and laws, passed by the general Court or Assembly of His Majesties Province of New-Hampshire in New-England, begun and held at Portsmouth, on Monday the seventh day of August, 1699, anno regni Gulielmi Tertii, Angliae, Scotiae, Franciae, et Hiberniae Regis undecimo
New Plymouth Colony. / [1685] The book of the general laws of the inhabitants of the jurisdiction of New-Plimouth collected out of the records of the General Court, and lately revised : and with some emendations and additions established and disposed into such order as they my readily conduce to general use and benefit by the order and authority of the General Court of New-Plimouth held at Plimouth, June 2d. anno Dom. 1685 reprinted and published, Nathaniel Clerk, secrt'.
New York (Colony). Governor (1664-1668 : Nicolls) / [1665] The conditions for new-planters in the territories of his Royal Highnes the Duke of York.
New York (Colony). Governor (1698-1701 : Bellomont) / [1700] His Excellency the Earl of Bellomonts speech to the honorable the council and House of Representatives, conven'd in General Assembly in Boston, in His Majesties province of the Massachusetts Bay in New-England, on Wednesday the 29 of May 1700.
New York (Colony). Governor (1698-1701 : Bellomont) / [1699] By His Excellency Richard Earl of Bellomont, captain general and governour in chief of His Majesties province of New-York ... A proclamation whereas His Most Excellent Majesty hath received advice, that several ships of force, fitted out of Scotland, were designed to settle themselves in some parts of America; and lest the same should derogate from the treaties His Majesty hath entered into with the crown of Spain ...
New York (N.Y.) / [1694] The charter of the city of New-York
New York (State) / [1699] An ordinance of His Excellency and Council for the establishing courts of judicature for the ease and benefit of each respective city, town, and county within this province of New-York
New York (State) / [1694] The laws & acts of the General Assembly for Their Majesties province of New-York, as they were enacted in divers sessions, the first of which began April, the 9th, annoq[ue] Domini, 1691
New York (State) / [1697] Acts made the 5th Assembly, 5th sessions beginning the 25th of March, 1697, and ending the 22th day of April following, anno regni Regis Gulielmi Tertij, Angliæ, Scotiæ, Franciæ & Hiberniæ, nono.
New York (State) / [1696?] Acts made the 5th Assembly, 4th session beginning the 15th day of October and ending the 3d day of November following, Anno regni Regis Guielmi Tirtia Anglia, Scotiae, Franciae, & Hiberniae, Octavo.
New York (State) / [1693] An act granting to their Majesties the rate of one penny per pound upon all the real and personal estates within this province of New-York, &c. to be allowed unto His Excellency the governour, for the care of the province, November the 12th, 1692.
New York (State) / [1696] An act for the better enabling the executors of Thomas Lloyd Esq., deceased, for selling of land for the payment of debts and portions settled by the said Thomas Lloyd and Patience his wife upon her children by her former husband Robert Story, deceased
New York (State) / [1693] An act for raising six thousand pound [sic] for the payment of three hundred volunteers, and their officers, to be imployed in the re-inforcement of the frontiers of this province at Albany, from the first of May next, to the first of May then next following, in the year of our Lord, 1694
New York (State) / [1694] An account of the treaty between His Excellency Benjamin Fletcher Captain General and Governour in Chief of the Province of New-York, &c. and the Indians of the Five Nations viz. the Mohaques, Oneydes, Onnondages, Cajonges and Sennekes, at Albany, beginning the 15th of August 1694.
New York (State). Governor (1692-1698 : Fletcher) / [1693] An account of several passages and letters between His Excellency Benjamin Fletcher, captain general and governour in chief of the province of New-York, province of Pennsilvania, county of New-Castle, &c. commissionated by Their Majesties under the Great Seal of England, to be their lieut. and commander in chief of the militia, and of all forces by sea and land within Their Majesties collony of Connecticut, and of all forts and places of strength within the same. And the present administrators of the laws in the collony of Connecticut, in the month of October, 1693:
New York (State.). General Assembly. / [1698] Votes of the House of Representatives for His Majesties province of New-York in America.
Newark, David Leslie, Baron, d. 1682. / [1646] Two letters from Lieutenant-General David Lesley,: to the Right Honourable the Commissioners of Scotland residing at London, together with a voluntary certificate of divers of the well-affected gentry in Notingham-shire; with their names subscribed: concerning the carriage of the Scotish army in those parts. Published by authority.
Newark, David Leslie, Baron, d. 1682. / [1642] Generall Lessley's direction and order for the exercising of horse and foot.: Being a most exact, compendeous, and necessary direction for all such as are studiously devoted to the due exercise of armes, and principally intended for the young sort of the militia.
Newark, David Leslie, Baron, d. 1682. / [1641] Generall Lesleys speech in the Parliament of Scotland the 25 of October, 1641.: In defence of himselfe upon certaine slanders which are reported of him. Wherein he expresseth his affection to the king and kingdome of England. Also concerning the traytors of Scotland which did lay a plot to take away his life.
Newbury, Nathanael. / [MDCLII 1652, i.e. 1653] The yeomans prerogative, or, The honour of husbandry.: A sermon preached to some, and dedicated to all the yeomen and farmers of Kent. May 27. 1652. By Nathanael Newbury, master in arts, and minister of God's word at Ludenham, in the said county.
Newcastle, William Cavendish, Duke of, 1592-1676. / [1642] A declaration made by the Earl of Nevv-Castle, Governour of the town and county of New-Castle:: and generall of all His Majesties forces raised in the northern parts of this kingdom, for the defence of the same. For his resolution of marching into Yorkshire. As also, a just vindication of himself from that unjust aspersion laid upon him, for entertaining some popish recusants in his forces.
Newcastle, William Cavendish, Duke of, 1592-1676. / [July 15, 1643] A declaration and svmmons sent by the Earl of Newcastle, to the town of Manchester,: to lay down their arms. With the resolute answer of the commanders in chief, and souldiers in Manchester, to spend their blood for the honour of the King, the Protestant religion, and the priviledges of Parliament, against the papists and malignants now under his lordships command.
Newcastle, William Cavendish, Duke of, 1592-1676. / [1642] An answer of the Right Honourable the Earle of New-Castle His Excellency, &c., to the six groundlesse aspersions cast upon him by the Lord Fairefax, in his late warrant (here inserted) bearing date Feb. 2, 1642 by the Earle himselfe.
Newcome, Henry, 1627-1695. / [1660] Usurpation defeated, and David restored being an exact parallel between David and our most Gracious Soveraign King Charls II. In their dangerous dissettlement, and wonderfull restauration. Laid open in a sermon on II Sam. XIX. 14. Preached on the publique solemn day of thanksgiving, May 24 1660 in the Collegiate Church of Manchester in the county palatine of Lancaster. By Henry Newcome Master in Arts, and minister of the Gospel there.
Newcome, Henry, 1627-1695. / [1660. i.e. 1659] The sinners hope: as his priviledge, and duty, in his worst condition, stated, cleared, and improved.: Tending as well to the startling and inviting of the wicked from his sinfull and wretched course, upon the conditionall hopes that are layd out for him; as the confirming and directing of the truly humble and weak Christian in his duty and comfort, in the severall cases of darkness, sin, and affliction. Being the substance of severall sermons, / preached by Henry Newcome, M.A. and one of the ministers of the Gospell, at Manchester, in the county palatine of Lancaster.
Newcome, Henry, 1627-1695. / [1671] A faithful narrative of the life and death of that holy and laborious preacher Mr. John Machin late of Astbury in the county of Chester. With a præfatory epistle thereunto; written by that excellent person Sir Charles Wolseley Baronet. Published for the furtherance of real piety in ministers and others.
Newcome, Henry, 1627-1695. / [1689] The divine goodness a pattern to all. A sermon preached at the assizes held at Chester. Sept. 16. 1689. By Henry Newcome, M.A. Rector of Tatten-hall, in the County Palatine of Chester. Imprimatur, Octob. 22. 1689. Z. Isham. R. P. D. Henrico Episc. Lond. áa sacris.
Newcome, Henry, 1627-1695. / [1682] The covenant of grace effectually remembred being the substance of a sermon or two / preached by a minister of the Gospel.
Newcome, Henry, 1650-1713. / [1695] The compleat mother, or, An earnest perswasive to all mothers (especially those of rank and quality) to nurse their own children by Henry Newcome ...
Newcome, Peter, 1656-1718. / [1696] A sermon preached in the parish-church of Aldenham, in the county of Hertford, on Thursday, April 16, 1696 being the day of thanksgiving to almighty God for discovering and disappointing a horrid and barbarous conspiracy of papists and other trayterous persons to assassinate and murder His Most Gracious Majesty's Royal Person, and for delivering this kingdom from an invasion intended by the French / by Peter Newcome ... ; published at the request of the inhabitants of the said parish.
Newcome, Peter, 1656-1738. / [1686] Peccata in deliciis a discourse of bosom sins : a sermon preach'd before the Lord Mayor and court of aldermen, at Guild-Hall Chappel, October the 10th, 1686 / by Peter Newcome ...
Newcomen, Matthew, 1610?-1669. / [1663] Ultimum vale, or, The last farewell of a minister of the Gospel to a beloved people by Matthevv Nevvcomen ...
Newcomen, Matthew, 1610?-1669. / [1644] A sermon, tending to set forth the right vse of the disasters that befall our armies.: Preached before the honourable houses of Parliament, at a fast specially set apart upon occasion of that which befell the army in the west. In Margarets Westminster, Sept. 12. Anno 1644. / By Matthew Newcomen, Minister of the Gospell at Dedham in Essex.
Newcomen, Matthew, 1610?-1669. / [1658] A sermon preached at the funerals of the reverend and faithful servant of Jesus Christ in the work of the Gospel, Mr. Samuel Collins, Pastor of the Church of Christ at Braintree in Essex, who exchanged this life for immortality in the 77th year of his age, in the 46 year of his ministry there, in the year of our Lord, 1657 preached by Matthew Newcomen ...
Newcomen, Matthew, 1610?-1669. / [1643] Jerusalems vvatch-men, the Lords remembrancers:: a sermon preached at the Abbie at VVestminster, before both Houses of Parliament, and the Assembly of Divines, upon their solemn fast, Iuly 7. 1643. / By Matth: Nevvcomen M.A. and Minister of the Gospell at Dedham in Essex. Published by order of both Houses of Parliament.
Newcomen, Matthew, 1610?-1669. / [1659] Irenicum; or, An essay towards a brotherly peace & union, between those of the congregational and presbyterian way;: shewing out of the most learned and renowned divines of the congregational way, that their positions concerning 1. Church matters and members. 2. Church constitution and form. 3. Church state. 4. Church officers and ordination. 5. Church government and censures. 6. Church combinations and synods. 7. Communion with and separation from churches. are sufficient for the establishing a firme and lasting peace between them and the Presbyterians ... In pursuance of the good design begun at the Savoy, where it was agreed, and declared, that such reforming churches as consist of persons sound in the faith, and of conversation becoming the Gospel, ought not to refuse the communion of each other ... Drawn up and published by Discipulus de Tempore Junior.
Newcomen, Matthew, 1610?-1669. / [M.DC.XLVI. 1646] The duty of such as would walke worthy of the Gospel:: to endeavour union, not division nor toleration. Opened, in a sermon at Pauls, upon the Lords Day, Feb. 8. 1646. / By Matthevv Nevvcomen, preacher of the Gospel at Dedham in Essex.
Newcomen, Matthew, 1610?-1669. / [M.DC.XLIII. 1643] The craft and cruelty of the churches adversaries,: discovered in a sermon preached at St. Margarets in Westminster, before the Honourable House of Commons assembled in Parliament. Novemb. 5, 1642. By Mathew Newcomen, minister of the Gospell at Dedham in Essex. Published by order of the House of Commons.
Newcomen, Matthew, 1610?-1669. / [1668] The best acquaintance and highest honour of Christians, or, A discourse of acquaintance with God by Matthew Newcomen.
Newcomen, Matthew, 1610?-1669. / [M.DC.XLVII. 1647] The all-seeing vnseen eye of God.: Discovered, in a sermon preached before the Honourable House of Commons; at Margarets Westminster, December 30. 1646. being the day of their solemne monethly fast. / By Matthew Newcomen, Minister of the Gospel at Dedham in Essex, and one of the Assembly of Divines. Published by order of the Honourable House of Commons.
Newey, Charles. / [1700] Captain Charles Newy's case impartially laid open, or, A true and full narrative of the clandestine proceedings aginst [sic] him as it was hatched, contrived, and maliciously carried on by Mrs. Margaret Newey, widdow.
Newhouse, Thomas, d. 1611. / [1612] A learned and fruitfull sermon preached in Christs Church in Norwich. By Mr. Nevvhouse, late preacher of Gods word there.
Newhouse, Thomas, d. 1611. / [1614] Certaine sermons, preached by the reuerend and iudicious diuine master Thomas Nevvhovse late preacher of Gods word in the citie of Norwich. And now set foorth for the vse and benefit of Gods people, by Robert Gallard, Master of Arts and minister in the same citie.
Newman, Arthur. / [1607] The Bible-bearer. By A.N. sometimes of Trinity Colledge in Oxford.
Newman, Arthur. / [1619] Pleasures vision with deserts complaint, and a short dialogue of a womans properties, betweene an old man and a young. By Arthur Newman of the Middle Temple Gent.
Newman, John, fl. 1619. / [1619] A looking-glasse for petitioners. Wherein euery Christian man and woman, may cleerely see, what they are to beg at Gods hands, the manner how they are to beg, and the assurance of those things which they do beg. In a sermon preached at Framlingham Castle in high Suffolke. By Iohn Nevvman Master of Artes.
Newman, Mr. / [1646] An hundred and six lessons: or Christian directions, composed together by three godly divines, for the benefit of all those which desire to walk according to Gods word. Occasioned and begun by Mr. Newman, encreased and enlightned [sic] Mr. Johnson, multiplied and ordered by Mr. Breercliffe. Also, a briefe and profitable exposition on Psal. 119. 9. 39
Newman, Richard, Vicar of Kynton. / [1694] A sermon preached in the parish-church of St. Sepulchres, on Monday the 30th of January, 1693/4 being the anniversary solemnity for the martyrdom of King Charles I / by Richard Newman, late Vicar of Kynton ...
Newnam, Richard. / [1700] The complaint of English subjects delivered in two parts. First part, is the complaint, of the poor, middle, and meanest sorts of subjects, concerning their bodily assistance. Second part, is the true Christians complaint, against vice, and wickedness, for the good of their soul's health. Also, werein is set forth, the late prodigious growth, of atheism, errors, and vice: with a call to repentance. As also, how needful it is, in these times, for every one of us, first of all, to look into our own hearts, and endeavour to amend what is their amiss. And lastly, a brief discourse, concerning our late unfruitful, and cold summers: as also, what is thought to be the real causes of it, by way of opposition, to the opinion of astrologers. By Richard Newnam of Tiverton in Devonshire.
Newnham, John. / [1590] Newnams nightcrowe. A bird that breedeth braules in many families and housholdes. Wherein is remembred that kindely and prouident regard which fathers ought to haue towards their sonnes. Together with a diciphring of the iniurious dealinges of some younger sorte of stepdames.
Newport, Frances. / [1560] An epytaphe, of the godlye constau[n]t, [and] counfortable co[n]fessor mystres (Darothye [sic] Wynnes) whiche slepte in Christ the yere of grace. M.D.LX. Made by, Frances Newport
Newport, Maurice, 1611-1687. / [1695] The double eternity, or, The inevitable choice
Newport, William, Preacher of the word at Boughton Monchelsey in Kent. / [1644] The fall of man by sinne delivered in a sermon preached at the late solemne fast, Aug. 28, 1644 : wherein these three positions are briefly handled : 1. That all men are miserably fallen from God by sin, and are in a lost condition, 2. That we must see ourselves thus fallen, and utterly lost in ourselves, before we can convert and turn to God by repentance, 3. That formes of prayer may, in some cases be lawfully and warrantably used : published at the request of that truly religious and vertuous gentlewoman, mistris Elizabeth Barnham, wife to the worshipfull Robert Barnham, Esq. / by William Newport, Preacher of the word at Boughton Monchelsey in Kent.
Newrobe, Richard. / [1642] The mutuall ioyes of the king, Parliament, and subjects.: Wherein is contained the removall of their grievances; according to their petitions in that behalfe: the Parliaments gratuity to the Commons for their indulgent care of the kingdome. As also the resolution of the House of Commons assembled in Parliament, concerning bishops, and repulsing of innovations by them reduced into the church. VVith a true relation of a sudden mutiny arising amongst the rebels in Ireland, at Bravers in the county of Munster, wherein Serjeant Major Oneale was sore hurt, Captaine Sartwel, Captaine King, and Capt. Carley, with divers officers, and 300. men slaine. Written and avowed by Richard Newrobe, Cleric.
Newrobe, Richard. / [1641. i.e. 1642] The kings favour, the Parliaments iustice, and the subiects ioy.: Expressed in His Maiesties care for the kingdome. The Parliaments for endeavouring. And the Commons sedulity in propagating the same. Written and avowed by Richard Newrobe, gent.
Newrobe, Richard. / [1642] Delightfull nevves to all loyall subiects being His Majesties royall assent to the Scotch commissioners, for assistance to our brethren in Ireland ... / written and avowed by Richard Newrobe ...
Newte, John, 1655?-1716. / [1696.] Mr. Newte's sermon concerning the lawfulness and use of organs in the Christian church
Newton, Francis, brother of William Newton. / [1648. i.e. 1649] To the right honourable the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: the humble petition of Francis Newton, Gent. Captain James Wadsworth, Thomas Mayo, and Robert Deluk[e] Messengers allowed by these Honourable Houses; and Richard Rawlyns, Henry Newton, Thomas Roult, a[nd] Richard Payne, assistants to the said messengers.
Newton, George, 1602-1681. / [1646] A sermon preached the 11. of May 1652.: In Taunton, upon the occasion of their great deliverance, received upon that day. / By George Newton Master of Arts, and minister of Gods word in that place.
Newton, George, 1602-1681. / [1646] Mans wrath and Gods praise. Or, A thanks-giving sermon,: preached at Taunton, in the county of Somerset, the 11th. of May, (a day to be had in everlasting remembrance) for the gratious deliverance of that poore towne from the strait siege. / By George Newton, Mr. of Arts, and minister of the Gospell in that place.
Newton, George, 1602-1681. / [1660] An exposition with notes, unfolded and applyed on John 17th delivered in sermons preached weekly on the Lords-day, to the congregation in Tavnton Magdalene / by George Newton.
Newton, John, 1622-1678. / [Printed 1658 i.e. 1657] Sixteen pence in the pound. Or, A table shewing the present worth of one pound annuity, for any time under 100 yeares, by yeares, halves, and quarters.: Computed, for the just proportioning of the fines at that rate, according to the present worth of every mans respective interest in houses built upon new foundations since the 25th. of March, 1620. / By John Newton, M.A.
Newton, Robert, b. 1576. / [1620] The countesse of Mountgomeries Eusebeia expressing briefly, the soules praying robes. By Ro: Nevvton.