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Nicanor, Lysimachus, 1603-1641. / [1639] The ungirding of the Scottish armour: or, An ansvver to the informations for defensive armes against the Kings Majestie which were drawn up at Edenburgh, by the common help and industrie of the three tables of the rigid covenanters of the nobility, barons, ministry, and burgesses, and ordained to be read out of pulpit by each minister, and pressed upon the people, to draw them to take up armes, to resist the Lords anointed, throughout the vvhole kingdome of Scotland. By Iohn Corbet, minister of Bonyl, one of the collegiate churches of the provostrie of Dunbartan.
Nicanor, Lysimachus, 1603-1641. / [Anno Domini M.DC.XL. 1640] The epistle congratulatorie of Lysimachus Nicanor of the Societie of Jesu, to the Covenanters in Scotland.: VVherin is paralleled our sweet harmony and correspondency in divers materiall points of doctrine and practice.
Niccholes, Alexander. / [1615] A discourse, of marriage and vviuing and of the greatest mystery therein contained: how to choose a good wife from a bad. An argument of the dearest vse, but the deepest cunning that man may erre in: which is, to cut by a thrid betweene the greatest good or euill in the world. Pertinent to both sexes, and conditions, as well those already gone before, as shortly to enter this honest society. By Alex. Niccholes, Batchelour in the art he neuer yet put in practise.
Niccols, Richard, 1584-1616. / [1616] Londons Artillery briefly containing the noble practise of that wothie [sic] societie: with the moderne and ancient martiall exercises, natures of armes, vertue of magistrates, antiquitie, glorie and chronography of this honourable cittie. By R.N. Oxon.
Niccols, Richard, 1584-1616. / [1614] The Furies· With vertues encomium. Or The image of honour. In two bookes of epigrammes, satyricall and encomiasticke. By R.N.
Nicholas, Edward. / [1648 i.e. 1649] An apology for the honorable nation of the Jevvs, and all the sons of Israel·: Written by Edward Nicholas, Gent.
Nicholas, Edward. / [1649] Apologia por la noble nacion de los Iudios y hijos de Israel escrita en Ingles por Eduardo Nicholas.
Nicholas, Jerome, 17th cent. / [1642] Nevvs certain and terrible from the kingdom of Poland,: being the copie of a letter, sent by Jerome Nicholas to a friend of his, dwelling at Gravesend. Relating how the Turke hath past the confines of the kingdom, with an almost invincible army: and what barbarity they use towards Christians in those parts, having gotten the upper hand.
Nicholas, of Cusa, Cardinal, 1401-1464. / [1646] Ophthalmos aplois or the single eye,: entituled the vision of God wherein is infolded the mistery of divine presence, so to be in one place finitely in apperance, as yet in every place no lesse present, and whilst Hee is here, Hee is universally every where infinitely himselfe. Penned by that learned Dr. Cusanus, and published for the good of the saints. By Giles Randall.
Nicholas, of Cusa, Cardinal, 1401-1464. / [1650] The idiot: in four books. The first and second of wisdome. The third of the minde. The fourth of statick experiments, or experiments of the ballance. By the famous and learned C. Cusanus.
Nicholas, Thomas, b. ca. 1532. / [1583] A pleasant description of the fortunate ilandes, called the Ilands of Canaria vvith their straunge fruits and commodities. Verie delectable to read, to the praise of God. Composed by the poore pilgrime.
Nicholets, Charles. / [1698] The great work of God in this present dispensation of peace consider'd, open'd and apply'd in a sermon preach'd at Havant in Hampshire, on Thursday Decemb. 2d. 1697, being the day of publick thanksgiving / by Charles Nicholetts ...
Nicholets, Charles. / [MDCLXXXII. 1682] The dying mans destiny, and the living mans duty, opened. And applyed in a sermon preached on board the Loyal-Eagle, upon the coast of Cormodell in the East-Indies. At the solemn obsequies of Mr. Richarde Bernard, Chyrurgeon, who, at the conclusion of it, was (with universal sorrow) thrown into the sea, Feb. 1. 1680. Together, with an elegy on his death. By C.N. Minister of the same ship.
Nicholets, Charles. / [1687] The dissenters jubilee as it was sounded in the audience of a solemn assembly at the publick meeting-place in Spittle-Fields near London, on Tuesday May 17, 1687, being a day of Thanksgiving to praise the Lord for his vvonderful appearance and over-ruling providence, in the present dispensation of liberty of conscience / by Charles Nicholets ...
Nicholets, Charles. / [1696] The cabinet of Hell unlocked, or, The late grand conspiracy emblazon'd with practical reflections thereon : in a sermon / preached at Havant April 16th 1696, being the publick day of thanksgiving, published at the importunity of the hearers by C.N. ...
Nicholets, Charles. / [1688] A dialogue between Simeon and Levi upon this topick, whether flying from suffering in a day of persecution, or complying with the terms of the persecuting party for a little ease, be the more honourable.
Nicholets, Charles. / [1700] A burning yet unconsumed bush, exemplified in the dolorous life and glorious death of ... Mrs. Mary Harrison, who departed this life June the 21st, in the 23d year of her age, or, A brief and faithful narrative of the effectualness of her conviction ... together with the author's speech to the inhabitants of Havant, at the close of her funeral sermon ... / by C. Nicholetts ...
Nicholl, John, emigrant to Guiana. / [1607] An houre glasse of Indian newes. Or A true and tragicall discourse, shewing the most lamentable miseries, and distressed calamities indured by 67 Englishmen, which were sent for a supply to the planting in Guiana in the yeare. 1605 VVho not finding the saide place, were for want of victuall, left a shore in Saint Lucia, an island of caniballs, or men-eaters in the West-Indyes, vnder the conduct of Captain Sen-Iohns, of all which said number, onely a 11. are supposed to be still liuing, whereof 4. are lately returnd into England. Written by Iohn Nicholl, one of the aforesaid company.
Nicholls, John, 1555-1584? / [1581] The oration and sermon made at Rome by commaundement of the foure cardinalles, and the Dominican inquisitour, vpon paine of death. By Iohn Nichols, latelie the Popes scholler. Which sermon and oration was presented before the Pope and his cardinalles in his Consistorie, the xxvij. day of Maie. 1578. and remaineth there registred. Now by him brought into the English tongue, for the great comfort and commoditie of all faithfull Christians. Heerin also is aunswered an infamous libell, maliciouslie written and cast abroad, against the saide Iohn Nichols, with a sufficient discharge of himselfe from all the Papists lying reports, and his owne life both largelie and amplie discouered.
Nicholls, John, 1555-1584? / [1581] Iohn Niccols pilgrimage whrein [sic] is displaied the liues of the proude popes, ambitious cardinals, lecherous bishops, fat bellied monkes, and hypocriticall Iesuites.
Nicholls, John, 1555-1584? / [anno 1581. Februarii. 14] A declaration of the recantation of Iohn Nichols (for the space almost of two yeeres the Popes scholer in the English Seminarie or Colledge at Rome) which desireth to be reconciled and receiued as a member into the true Church of Christ in England:
Nicholls, William, 1664-1712. / [1690] Great news from Dublin giving a true and full account of the present posture of the late King James's affairs in Ireland : as also, a remarkable account of a bloody fight, maintained by a lady at her own house against the rebels : with a relation of the taking of a ship and a thousand arms as they were going to the rebels in Scotland : together with several other important matters relating to Ireland : in a letter from Chester, dated May 12.
Nicholls, William, 1664-1712. / [1694] An essay on the contempt of the world by William Nicholls ...
Nicholls, William, 1664-1712. / [1699] A conference with a theist. Part II.: Shewing the defects of natural religion; the necessity of divine inspiration; the rationale of the mosaical laws, and defence of his miracles : together with an account of the deluge, the origin of sacrifices, and the reasonableness of Christ's mediatorship. / By William Nicholls ...
Nicholls, William, 1664-1712. / [1697/8] The advantage of a learned education being a sermon preached at the cathedral Church of St. Paul on St. Paul's day 1697/8, before the gentlemen educated at that school, upon the reviving their antient anniversary meeting / by W. Nicholls, D.D.
Nicholls, William, 1664-1712. / [1698] A conference with a theist part I / by William Nicholls.
Nichols, Charles, fl. 1651. / [1651] The hue and cry after the priests who wander from benefice to benefice, directed to those who are neer neighbours to the great parsonages, where (if it be possible) they are to be found. It being an ansvver to the Ministers hue and cry; published by a devout clergy-man; R. Culmer. The dialogue explained, the priests dresse pulled off, the speakers, who in the parsons attireing-house were cloathed in a disguise; Mr. Culmers speakers. Paul Sheepheard. Barnaby Sheafe. ... Alias, Paul Sheep-biter; Barnaby Shift; ... hoping the hours approach wherein he shall no longer tythe. The imprimatur saith, let this hue and cry passe, follow it hast; post hast. Let it passe the parochiall, provinciall, classicall combination; but for all your haste, we must examine its warrant, least it be a false pretence, and not sealed with the royall signet of King Jesus. Published by the weakest and unworthiest of the labourers in Gods vine-yard. Charles Nichols.
Nichols, Edward, fl. 1617. / [1617] The Dolphins danger and deliuerance being a ship of 220. tunne hauing in her but 36. men and 2. boyes, who were on the 12. of Ianuary 1616. set vpon by 6. men of warre of the Turkes hauing at the least 1500. men in them : who fought with them 5. houres and a halfe, yet to the glory of God and the honor of our English nation, both shippe and goods safely brought vp the Riuer of Thames and deliuered / truely set forth by the appoyntment of M. Edward Nichols, being Maister of the said ship ; with the names of all those that were slaine on the English part, the maner how, and how many were maymed, and what they are that suruiue.
Nichols, Henry, fl. 1660. / [1659 i.e. 1660] A letter sent to General Monk, to St. Albons the 29 of January.: VVherein the antient government of England founded upon Magna Charta, and the Petition of Right, is vindicated and proved to be a popular and free commonwealth; all the marks of soveraignty being in the people. Together vvith an expedient for admitting the Members excluded in 48, and composing all differences, and setling the nation upon a sure basis of peace.
Nichols, Josias, 1555?-1639. / [1602] The plea of the innocent wherein is auerred; that the ministers & people falslie termed puritanes, are iniuriouslie slaundered for enemies of troublers of the state. Published for the common good of the Church and common wealth of this realme of England as a countermure against all sycophantising papsts, statising priestes, neutralising atheistes, and satanising scorners of all godlinesse, trueth and honestie. Written: by Iosias Nichols, a faithfull minister of the Ghospell of Christ: and an humble seruant, of the English Church.
Nichols, Josias, 1555?-1639. / [1595] An order of houshold instruction by which euery master of a familie, may easily and in short space, make his whole houshold to vnderstand the principall and chiefe points of Christian religion, without the knowledge whereof, no man can be saued.
Nichols, Josias, 1555?-1639. / [1602] Abrahams faith: that is, The olde religion. VVherein is taught, that the religion now publikely taught and defended by order in the Church of England, is the onely true Catholicke, auncient, and vnchangeable faith of Gods elect. And the pretensed religion of the Sea of Rome is a false, bastard, new, vpstart, hereticall and variable superstitious deuise of man. Published by Iosias Nicholls, an humble seruant and minister of the gospell in the Church.
Nicholson, Benjamin. / [1655] Truths defence against lies.: In a brief answer to a book, intituled the Worcestershire petition defended; set forth by one (of Englands blind guides) who calles himself a minister of Christ, yet pleads altogether, that the friars, abbots, bishops, deans and chapters lands, which the papists set forth to maintain their idolatrous worship, are of divine right and institution, and were given to the maintaining of the Church of England, which he calles the Church of Christ, and complains of the sin of sacriledge, against those who have, or shall take any of the aforesaid lands or tithes, from the clergy, which he calles the Church, &c.
Nicholson, Benjamin. / [1653] Some returns to a letter which came from a general meeting of officers of the Army of England, Scotland, and Ireland, sitting at Jame's Westminster.: Also A blast from the Lord, or a vvarning to England, by way of exhortation to take heed, and not run upon their own destruction; which will be speedily, without true repentance. By a lover of the truth, and a prisoner for declaring truth abroad Ben: Nicholson.
Nicholson, Benjamin. / [1647] The lavvyers bane. Or The lawes reformation, and new modell:: vvherein the errours and corruptions both of the lawyers and of the law it selfe are manifested and declared. And also, some short and profitable considerations laid down for the redresse of them.
Nicholson, Benjamin. / [1653] A blast from the Lord, or A vvarning to England, by way of exhortation to take heed, and not run upon their own destruction; which will be speedily, without true repentance. By a lover of the truth, and a prisoner for declaring truth abroad Ben: Nicholson.:
Nicholson, Francis, d. 1680. / [1680] The true narrative of the confession and execution of Francis Nicholson: who was executed this present Wednesday, being the 27th of this instant October, 1680. And hang'd up in chains at Hownslow-Heath, for murthering of one John Dimbleby at Hampton-Court this being his own true confession both to the Ordinary of Newgate, and several other ministers and others who came to him whilst he continued in prison, and have hereunto subscribed their names to attest the truth of this relation.
Nicholson, Francis, d. 1680. / [1680] The confession of Francis Nicholson (who committed that most barbarous murther upon the body of John Dimbleby, servant to Mr. Marriot) at the place of execution which was upon the green over against Hampton-Court, and near the place where he did the murther on Wednesday last, it being the 27th of October 1680 : who was afterwards carried to Hounslow-Heath and there hang'd up in chains.
Nicholson, Joseph, 17th cent. / [1660] The standard of the Lord lifted up in New-England, in opposition to the man of sin, or, The trumpet of the Lord sounding there with a visitation to the suffering seed of God in New-England or elsewhere with a warning from the Lord to the rulers and magistrates, priests, and people of New-England, but more especially to the rulers and magistrates of the bloody town of Boston, who have put the servants of the living God to death / written (in the prison at Boston in New-England in America) by ... Joseph Nicholson.
Nicholson, Samuel, fl. 1600-1602. / [1602] Gods new-yeeres gift sent vnto England, or, The summe of the Gospell. The first part contayned in these wordes, God so loued the world ... Iohn 3.16 / written by Samuel Nicholson ...
Nicholson, William, 1591-1672. / [1661] Ekthesis pisteōs, or, An exposition of the Apostles Creed delivered in several sermons by William Nicholson ...
Nicholson, William, 1591-1672. / [1662] David's harp strung and tuned, or, An easie analysis of the whole book of Psalms cast into such a method, that the summe of every Psalm may quickly be collected and remembred : with a devout meditation or prayer at the end of each psalm, framed for the most part out of the words of the psalm, and fitted for several occasions / by the Reverend Father in God, William ... Lord Bishop of Gloucester.
Nicholson, William, 1591-1672. / [1659 i.e. 1658] An apology for the discipline of the ancient Church:: intended especially for that of our mother the Church of England: in answer to the Admonitory letter lately published. By William Nicolson, archdeacon of Brecon.
Niclaes, Hendrik, 1502?-1580? / [1649] Terra pacis a true testification of the spiritual land of peace, which is the spiritual land of promise, and the holy city of peace, or the heavenly city of Jerusalem, and of the walking in the spirit, which leadeth thereunto / set forth by H.N. and by him newly perused and more plainly declared ; translated out of Base-Almaine.
Niclaes, Hendrik, 1502?-1580? / [1649] The prophecy of the spirit of love set forth by H.N. and by him perused anew and more distinctly declared ; translated out of Base-Almain into English.
Niclaes, Hendrik, 1502?-1580? / [1649] An introduction to the holy understanding of the glasse of righteousnesse: wherein are uttered many notable admonitions and exhortations to the good life: also sundry discreet warnings to beware of destruction, and of wrong-conceiving, and misunderstanding or censuring of any sentences. Set forth by H.N. and by him perused anew, and expressed more plainly.
Niclaes, Hendrik, 1502?-1580? / [Printed in the yeer, 1648] The first epistle.: A crying voice of the holy spirit of love, wherewith all people are out of meer grace, called and bidden by H.N. to the true repentance for their sins, to the entrance into the upright Christian life, and to the house of the love of Jesu Christ.
Niclaes, Hendrik, 1502?-1580? / [1655] A figure of the true & spiritual tabernacle,: according to the inward temple or house of God in the spirit. : Whereunto is added the eight vertues or godlynesses. / Set forth by H.N. and by him perused, and more evidently declared.
Niclaes, Hendrik, 1502?-1580? / [1574?] Exhortatio. I.: The first exhortation of H.N. to his children, and to the famelye of loue. by him newlye perused, and more distinctlye declared. Translated out of Base-almayne into English.
Niclaes, Hendrik, 1502?-1580? / [1574?] Comoedia A worke in ryme, contayning an enterlude of myndes, witnessing the mans fall from God and Christ. Set forth by HN, and by him newly perused and amended. Translated out of Base-almayne, into English.
Niclaes, Hendrik, 1502?-1580? / [1575] Cantica. Certen of the songes of HN. To a good instruction and edifyinge of the Famelie of Loue, and of all those that turne them ther-vnto. Translated out of Base-almayne.
Niclaes, Hendrik, 1502?-1580? / [1656] An apology for the service of love,: and the people that own it, commonly called, the family of love. Being a plain, but groundly discourse, about the right and true Christian religion : set forth dialogue-wise between the citizen, the countreyman, and an exile : as the same was presented to the high court of Parliament, in the time of Queen Elizabeth; and penned by one of her Majesties menial servants, who was in no small esteem with her, for his wisdom and godliness. With another short confession of their faith, made by the same people. And finally some notes & collections, gathered by a private hand out of H.N. upon, or concerning the eight beatitudes.
Nicolai, Philipp, 1556-1608. / [1630] Chronologia sacra By the high ... Doctor Phil. Nicolai. lib. 2. de regno Christi. Shortly collected and augmented by Neils Michelsone. Cum priuilegio S. R. Maj. Newly translated out of the Germans and Dence tongue into English, by David Forbes. Pervsed, and accompanied with a short treatise and exhortation tending to repentance.
Nicolás, Juan de. / [1621] The reformed Spaniard to all reformed Churches, embracing the true faith, wheresoeuer dispersed on the face of the earth: in speciall, to the most reuerend archbishops, reuerend bishops, and worshipfull doctors, and pastors, now gathered together in the venerable Synode at London, this yeare of our Lord, 1621. Iohn de Nicholas & Sacharles, Doctor of Physicke, wisheth health in our Lord. First published by the author in Latine, and now thence faithfully translated into English.
Nicole, Pierre, 1625-1695. / [1682] Moral essays The fourth volumn. Contained in two treatises. The first concerning the four last ends of man. The second concerning the practice of Christian vigilance. Written originally in French, and now translated into English.
Nicole, Pierre, 1625-1695. / [MDCLXXX 1680] Moral essays contain'd in several treatises on many important duties. Third volume written in French, by Messieurs du Port Royal ; faithfully rendred into English by a person of quality.
Nicolls, Ferdinando, 1598?-1662. / [1654 i.e. 1655] The life and death of Mr. Ignatius Jurdain, one of the aldermen of the city of Exeter; who departed this life July 15th. 1640. Drawn up and published by Ferd. Nicolls, minister of the Gospel at Mary Arches, Exon.:
Nicolls, Philip. / [1548] Here begynneth a godly new story of .xii. men that moyses (by the co[m]maundement of god) sent to spye owt the land of canaan of whiche .xii. onely Iosua and Caleb, wer found faythful messengers.
Nicols, Daniel. / [1681] A sermon preach'd in the Cathedral of Lincoln, July XVIII, 1681 being the Assize-Monday / by Daniel Nicols ...
Nicols, Francis. / [1650] This most precious balsome is made in manner like a plaister for every ones conveniency, because they may carry it about with them wheresoever the please, and it is also made hard because if it were liquid, it would bee great inconvenience to carry it. The remedies of the said balsome.
Nicols, Henry. / [1653] The shield single against the sword doubled. To defend the righteous against the wicked. Whereby are waved those cuts and blows, which Mr Erbury deals to the righteous; and wherein also is shewed, that his now-new-light is no-light, but blackness of darkness. By Henry Niccols, minister of the word in South-Wales.
Nicols, Thomas. / [1652] A lapidary, or, The history of pretious [sic] stones with cautions for the undeceiving of all those that deal with pretious [sic] stones / by Thomas Nicols ...
Nicolson, William, 1655-1727. / [1685] A sermon preached in the cathedral church of Carlisle, on Sunday Feb. 15, 1684/5 being the next day after our Soveraign Lord James the Second, was proclaim'd King in that city. / by Will. Nicolson ...
Nicolson, William, 1655-1727. / [MDCXCIX 1699] The English historical library. Part III giving an account of our records, law-books, and coins, from the conquest to the end of Q. Elizabeth's reign, so far as they are serviceable to history / by William Nicolson.
Nid, Gervase, d. 1629. / [1616] Certaine sermons vpon diuers texts of Scripture. Preached by Gervase Nid Doctor of Diuinitie.
Nieremberg, Juan Eusebio, 1595-1658. / [1672] A treatise of the difference bbtwixt [sic] the temporal and eternal composed in Spanish by Eusebius Nieremberg ... ; translated into English by Sir Vivian Mullineaux, Knight ; and since reviewed according to the tenth and last Spanish edition.
Nieremberg, Juan Eusebio, 1595-1658. / [1674] Prudential reflections, moral considerations, and stoical maximes. In three centuries: written originally in the Spanish tongue, and thence put into French, by a R.F. of the Society. English'd by J. D. of Kidwelly.
Nieremberg, Juan Eusebio, 1595-1658. / [Printed anno M. DC. LXXIII. 1673] Of adoration in spirit and truth written in IV. bookes by Iohn Eusebius Nieremberg native of Madrid. S.I. And translated into English by R. S S.I. In which is disclosed the pith & marrow of a spiritual life, of Christs imitation & mystical theology; extracted out of the HH. FF. & greatest masters of spirit Diadochus, Dorotheus, Clymachus, Rusbrochius Suso, Thaulerus, a Kempis, Gerson: & not a little both pious & effectual is superadded.
Nieremberg, Juan Eusebio, 1595-1658. / [anno Domini 1682] A meditation of life and death: Translated with some alterations out of the works of the learned and ingenious Eusebius Nierembergius.
Niesen, Geertruyd Deriks. / [1677] An epistle to be communicated to Friends & to be read in the fear of the Lord in their men and womens meetings, and other meetings, only among Friends as they in the wisdom of God shall see meet and serviceable
Nihell, James. / [1689] A journal of the most remarkable occurrences that happened between His Majesties army and the forces under the command of Mareschal de Schomberg in Ireland from the twelfth of August to the 23th of October, 1689 faithfully collected by James Nihell, Esq; Under Secretary to the R.H. the Earl of Melfort, His Majesties P.S. of S.
Nisbet, Alexander, 1623-1669. / [1658] A brief exposition of the First and Second Epistles general of Peter by Alexander Nisbet ...
Nisbet, Alexander, 1623-1669. / [1694] An exposition with practical observations upon the book of Ecclesiastes written by Alexander Nisbet ...
Nisbet, E. / [1601] Caesars dialogue or A familiar communication containing the first institution of a subiect, in allegiance to his soueraigne:
Nisbet, John, Sir, 1609?-1687. / [1698] Some doubts & questions, in the law, especially of Scotland as also, some decisions of the lords of Council and Sessions / collected & observed by Sir John Nisbet of Dirleton ... ; to which is added, an index, for finding the principal matters in the said decisions.
Niven, William. / [MDCLXXXVIII 1688] To the King's Most Sacred Majesty upon the happy birth of the Prince of Scotland and Wales, June the 10th, 1688 / a poem by William Niven ...
Nixon, Anthony. / [1610] Svvethland and Poland vvarres A souldiers returne out of Sweden, and his newes from the warres: or, Sweden and Poland vp in armes. And the entertainement of English souldiers there: with the fortunes and successe of those 1200. men that lately went thither.
Nixon, Anthony. / [1613] A straunge foot-post vvith a packet full of strange petitions. After a long vacation for a good terme.