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Olaus, Magnus, Archbishop of Uppsala, 1490-1557. / [1658] A compendious history of the Goths, Svvedes, & Vandals, and other northern nations written by Olaus Magnus.
Old cavalier. / [1681] An answer to a printed protestation made by some of the societies of the Inns of Court, against dutiful addresses with thanks to His Majesty for his most gracious declaration to all his loving subjects / written by an old cavalier.
Old grand-jury-man of Oxford-shire. / [1645] The iudgement of an old grand-jury-man of Oxford-shire,: concerning the breaking up of the late treaty begun at Uxbridge 30. Ian. 1644. Delivered upon his perusall of the late printed full narration of the passages concerning it.
Old loyal cavaleer. / [1684] The primitive cavalerism revived, or, A recognition of the principles of the old cavaleers published on occasion of some late pamphlets and papers, reviving and justifying the pretentions of the long Parliament, begun in 1641 / by an old loyal cavaleer.
Old, John, fl. 1545-1555. / [In April. 1556] A confession of the most auncient and true christe[n] catholike olde belefe accordyng to the ordre of the .xij. articles of our co[m]mon crede, set furthe in Englishe to the glory of almightye God, and to the confirmacion of Christes people in Christes catholike olde faith. By I.O.
Old, John, fl. 1545-1555. / [the 7. day of Nouembre. 1555] The acquital or purgation of the moost catholyke Christen Prince, Edwarde the .VI. Kyng of Englande, Fraunce, and Irelande &c. and of the Churche of Englande refourmed and gouerned under hym, agaynst al suche as blasphemously and traitorously infame hym or the sayd Church, of heresie or sedicion.
Oldenbarnevelt, Johan van, 1547-1619. / [1618] Barneuels apology: or Holland mysterie¨ With marginall castigations.
Oldenbarnevelt, Johan van, 1547-1619. / [1619] The arraignment of Iohn van Olden Barneuelt late Aduocate of Holland and West-Freisland. Containing the articles alleadged against him, and the reasons of his execution, being performed vpon the 13. of May anno 1619. stilo nouo, in the inner court of the Grauen Hage in Holland. Together with a letter written by the Generall States, vnto the particular Vnited Prouinces, concerning the foresaid action. Published by authoritie, and with priuiledge of the States Generall.
Oldfield, James. / [1687] Sincerity, or, The upright mans walk to heaven in two parts shewing I. that sincerity is the true way to happiness, II. that the keeping of our selves from our own iniquity is the true way to sincerity / delivered in several sermons in the parish church of St. Michael in Long-Stratton Norfolk by James Oldfield, late minister there.
Oldfield, John, 1627?-1682. / [1671] The generation of seekers, or, The right manner of the saints addresses to the throne of grace in two treatises : the first being a sober vindication of the spirit of prayer, with the resolution of diverse practical cases related thereunto : the second a plain exposition of the Lord's prayer, with notes and application, mainly intended as a directory to those who desire to attain the gift of prayer.
Oldfield, John, 1627?-1682. / [1666] The first, last, or, The formal hypocrite further from salvation (as to the way of God's ordinary working) than the prophane sinner being the substance of several sermons preached in course at a lecture in the countrey / by J.O. ...
Oldfield, Joshua, 1656-1729. / [1699] Christ the head of civil government A sermon preach'd Novemb. 13. 1699, and now made publick, at the desire of the Societies for Reformation of Manners, in London and Westminster. By Joshua Oldfield, V.D.M.
Oldham, John, 1653-1683. / [1687] Remains of Mr. John Oldham in verse and prose
Oldisworth, Giles, 1619-1678. / [1676] The father of the faithfull tempted as was more concisely shewed August 31, 1674, at a solemne funeral in the church at Wotton under Edge in the countie of Gloucester / by Giles Oldisworth ...
Oldisworth, Giles, 1619-1678. / [1663] The stone rolled away, and life more abundant an apologie urging self-denyal, new-obedience, faith, and thankfulnesse / by Giles Oldworth ...
Oldisworth, Giles, 1619-1678. / [1666] The race set before us shewing the necessity laid upon gospel-believers, to run with diligence thorow all gospel-duties. A sermon preached in London, May 11. 1665. at Mercers-Chappel, unto that most eminent company, the Company of the Mercers. By Giles Oldisworth, Master of Arts, and rector of Burton on the Hill, in Gloucester-shire.
Oldmayne, Timothy. / [1636] Lifes brevitie and deaths debility. Evidently declared in a sermon preached at the funerall of that hopeful and uertuous yong gentleman Edvvard Levvkenor esquire, &c. In whose death is ended the name of that renowned family of the Lewkenors in Suffolke. By Tymothy Oldmayne minister of the Word of God at Denham in Suffolke. Our dayes on earth are as a shaddow, and there is none abiding. Also an elegy and an epitaph on the death of that worthy gentleman, by I.G. Dr. of D.
Oldmayne, Timothy. / [1619] Gods rebuke in taking from vs that worthy and honourable gentleman Sir Edward Lewkenor Knight, the first day of May this present yeere 1618, he being at that time high Sheriffe of Suffolke whose Christian life and comfortable end are here faithfully recorded. Together with diuers profitable and necessarie instructions; deliuered first in a discourse at his funerall, and now inlarged, and published, for the benefit of others not then present. By T.O. aliáas P. minister of the word of God at Denham in Suffolke.
Oldmixon, Mr. (John), 1673-1742. / [1699] Reflections on the stage, and Mr. Collyer's Defence of the short view in four dialogues.
Oldmixon, Mr. (John), 1673-1742. / [1696] Poems on several occasions, written in imitation of the manner of Anacreon with other poems, letters and translations.
Oldmixon, Mr. (John), 1673-1742. / [1688 i.e. 1698?] A poem humbly addrest to the right honourable the Earl of Portland, &c. on his lordships return from his embassy in France: by Mr. Oldmixon.
Oldmixon, Mr. (John), 1673-1742. / [1700] The grove, or, Love's paradice an opera, represented at the Theatre Royal in Drury-lane / by Mr. Oldmixon.
Oldys, Alexander. / [1700] An ode, by way of elegy, on the universally lamented death of the incomparable Mr. Dryden by Alexander Oldys.
Oldys, Alexander. / [1683] The London jilt, or, The Politick whore. The second and last part shewing all the artifices and stratagems which the ladies of pleasure make use of for the intreaguing and decoying of men interwoven with several pleasant stories of the misses ingenious performances.
Oldys, Alexander. / [1682] The fair extravagant, or, the humorous bride. An English novel:
Oldys, Alexander. / [1692] The female gallant, or, The wife's the cuckhold a novel.
Olevian, Caspar, 1536-1587. / [Anno. 1581] An exposition of the Symbole of the Apostles, or rather of the articles of faith. In which the chiefe points of the euerlasting and free couenant betweene God and the faithfull is briefly and plainly handled. Gathered out of the catechising sermons of Gasper Oleuvian Treuir, and now translated out of the Latine tongue into the English for the benefite of Christ his Church. By Iohn Fielde.
Olevian, Caspar, 1536-1587. / [1617] A catechisme or briefe instruction in the principles and grounds of the true Christian religion With a short treatise premised concerning the profity and necessitie of catechizing.
Oliphant, Charles, d. 1719. / [M.DC.XC.IX 1699] A short discourse to prove the usefulness of vomiting in fevers, by plain reasoning and the authority of the best physicians, ancient and modern. By Charles Oliphant, doctor of Medetine:
Oliver, Edward, d. 1732. / [1698] A sermon preach'd in St. Paul's cathedral before the Lord-Mayor, aldermen, &c. on Sunday, October 23, 1698 by Edward Oliver ...
Oliver, John, 1601-1661. / [1663] A present for teeming vvomen, or, Scripture-directions for women with child how to prepare for the houre of travel / written first for the private use of a gentlewoman of quality in the West, and now published for the common good by John Oliver.
Oliver, John, d. 1730. / [1699] A sermon preached at the assizes held for the county-palatine of Chester the 11th day of April, 1699 by John Oliver.
Oliver, John, d. 1730. / [1682] The last judgment, or, A discourse shewing the reasonableness of the belief of such a thing deliver'd in a sermon, at the assizes held for the county of Denbigh, on the 18th of April, anno 1682 / by John Oliver ...
Oliver, Richard, b. 1651. / [1700] A sermon preach'd at the funeral of George Payne, jun. Son of George Payne, an apothecary. March 6. 1699/700. At Midhurst in Sussex. And publish'd at the request of his friends. By Richard Oliver, curate of Midhurst.
Oliver, Thomas, d. 1624. / [1601] A new handling of the planisphere diuided into three sections. In the first is a plaine and sensible explication of the circles of the sphere, and such termes as appertaine vnto the doctrine de primo mobili ... The second sheweth how vpon any plaine ... hauing one circle diuided into degrees, and crossed vvith tvvo diameters at right angles, most conclusions of the astrolabe may for all latitudes or countries be readily and exactly performed onely vvith ruler and compasses. In the third, being a supplement organicall, is contained the making of certaine easie instruments for the perfecter working the former conclusions, as to know what degrees and minutes be in any circumference giuen ... Pleasant and profitable generally for all men, but especially such as vvould get handines in vsing the ruler and compasse ... vvithout being at the charge of costly instruments. Inuented for the most part, and first published in English by Thomas Olyuer.
Oliveras, Balthazar. / [in the yeare. 1644] The reall victorie of Portugall, against the povvers of Spaine.: And her veritie, confronting the Castilian lyes. / Coppied out of the relations that came from Lisboa by Baltazar Oliveras.
Olivier, Jacques. / [1662] A discourse of women, shewing their imperfections alphabetically newly translated out of the French into English.
Ollive, Thomas. / [Printed in the Year 1666] A signification from Israels God to Englands rulers and inhabitants, from the highest to the lowest, concerning what hereafter shall ensue through a servant of the Lord ... T.O.
Ollyffe, John, 1647-1717. / [1689] England's call to thankfulness for her great deliverance from popery and arbitrary power by the glorious conduct of the Prince of Orange (now King of England) in the year 1688 in a sermon preach'd in the parish-church of Almer in Dorsetshire on February the 14th, 1688/9 / by John Olliffe ...
Ollyffe, John, 1647-1717. / [MDCXCIV 1694] A brief defence of infant-baptism with an appendix, wherein is shewed that it is not necessary that baptism should be administred by dipping / by John Ollyffe ...
Ollyffe, John, 1647-1717. / [1699] The blessedness of good men after death a sermon preach'd at the funeral of the Revd. Mr. Henry Cornish, B.D., who died on Sunday, Decemb. 18th, in the eighty ninth year of his age and was interred on Thursday, Decemb. 22d, 1698, in the Church of Bisiter, in the County of Oxford : with a preface to rectifie some misrepresentations &c. in a late pamphlet, entitled Some remarks on the life, death, and burial of the said Mr. Cornish / by John Ollyffe ...
Olmstead, Richard. / [1630] Sions teares leading to ioy: or The vvaters of Marah sweetned. First preached at Clonenagh in the Queenes County in seuerall sermons, and now published for the benefite of the Church. By Ri: Olmstead, minister of Gods word, and Master of Arts.