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Ribadeneyra, Pedro de, 1526-1611. / [M.DC.XVI. 1616] The life of B. Father Ignatius of Loyola, authour, and founder of the Society of Iesus. Translated out of Spanish into English, by W.M. of the same Society.
Ribaut, Jean, ca. 1520-1565. / [1563] The whole and true discouerye of Terra Florida (englished the florishing lande.) Conteyning as well the wonderfull straunge natures and maners of the people, with the merueylous commodities and treasures of the country: as also the pleasaunt portes, hauens, and wayes therevnto neuer founde out before the last yere 1562. Written in Frenche by Captaine Ribauld the fyrst that whollye discoured the same. And nowe newly set forthe in Englishe the xxx of May. 1563.
Rice, Richard, fl. 1548-1579. / [ca. 1575] An inuectiue againste vices, taken for vertue. Gathered out of the scriptures, by the vnprofitable seruaunt of Iesus Christe, Richard Rice.
Rich, Barnabe, 1540?-1617. / [1584, sic] The second tome of the trauailes and aduentures of Don Simonides enterlaced with/ varietie of historie, wherein the curteous and not curious reader, maie finde matters so leueled, as maie suffice to please all humours. For malancholie men, they shall not neede to saile to Anticera, for here they shall finde pleasaunt expulsiues. For merrie myndes, sober discourses to preuent excesse. For deuoute, wholesome lessons to confirme their contemplatio[n]. For al sortes, such delightes as neither alow of daliaunce, nor discommende honest pleasure / Written by Barnabe Riche, Gentleman.
Rich, Barnabe, 1540?-1617. / [1598] A martial conference pleasantly discoursed betweene two souldiers, the one Captaine Skil, trained vp in the French and Low Country seruices, the other Captaine Pill, only practised in Finsburie fields in the modern warres of the renowmed Duke of Shordich and the mightie Prince Arthur / newly translated out of Essex into English by Barnabe Rich ...
Rich, Jeremiah, d. 1660? / [1694] Rich redivivus or Mr Jeremiah Richs short-hand improved in a more breife & easy method then hath been set forth by any heretofore, now made publique for generall advantage by Nathaniell Stringer a quondam scholar to the said M Rich. Licensed by Roger Lestrange
Rich, Jeremiah, d. 1660? / [1659] The penns dexterity by these incomparable contractions by which a sentence is writt as soone as a word allowed by authority and past the two universitys with greate approbation and aplause. / Invented and taught by Ieremiah Rich 1659.
Rich, Jeremiah, d. 1660? / [1650] Mellificium musarum: the marrovv of the muses. Or, An epitome of divine poetrie. Distilled into pious ejaculations, and solemne soliloquies. By Jeremiah Rich. Junii 19. 1650. Imprimatur, Joseph Caryl.
Rich, Jeremiah, d. 1660? / [1654] The mirrour of mercy in the midst of misery, or, Life triumphant in death, wherein free-will is abolished, and free-grace exalted with the large wonders of loves wounds / written in a fit of sicknesse by Jeremiah Rich.
Rich, Jeremiah, d. 1660? / [1648] Jeremiah's contemplations on Jeremiah's lamentations, or, Englands miseries matcht with Sions elegies being described and unfolded in five ensuing sceanes / by Jeremiah Rich.
Rich, Jeremiah, fl. 1664. / [1664] Brief memorial of the losse of the late incomparable and excellent Andrew Lord Rutherford Earle of Teveot, &c. Killed by an ambuscadoe of Moores, May the 3d. 1664.
Rich, Jeremiah, fl. 1664. / [1660?] Logomachia: a harmony in discord, shewing the mutual submission of the Episcopal party in the city, and the independent souldiery, to Charles, by the grace of God, King of England, Scotland, France & Ireland, defender of the faith.
Rich, Jeremiah, fl. 1664. / [1664] An elegy on the death of the worthily honoured the Lord Charles Rich
Rich, Nathaniel, d. 1701. / [August 16. 1648] Colonel Rich's letter to the House of Commons, of a great victory obtained against eight hundred of the Princes forces, lately landed in Kent by Sandown Castle.: Where were one hundred and eighty kill'd in the place, one hundred prisoners taken, three hundred arms, and all their chief commanders, as by a list herewith appeareth. VVhich letter was read in the House of Commons, and by the Honorable William Lenthal Esq; Speaker of the said House, appointed to be printed and published.
Rich, Robert, d. 1679. / [printed in the year 1680.] To the birth of God in all the sanctified, the church of the first-born, whose names are written in heaven who are born again, not of the will of the flesh, but of God's Holy Spirit: you to whom is given the white stone, and the new name, that none knows but he that hath it, who as living stones are laid in the walls (not of the Jerusalem that now is, and is in bondage with her children, but) of the new Jerusalem that is above, (in the heart and throne of God) which is free, and is the mother of us all. To you, however you are divided, or where-ever ye are lodg'd, and held in the clifts of the rocks, in Dens and caves of the earth, or secret places of the stars; under all your divided tribes, Robert Rich sendeth greeting in our Lord God everlasting. Allelujah.
Rich, Robert, d. 1679. / [in the year MDCLXIX. 1669] Mr. Robert Rich his second letters from Barbadoes writ upon the occasion of the Quakers prevarication in the matter of the 30 l. sent to them in common with their brethren the other six churches so termed by him. With a preface extorted from R.B. phil. to the said people.
Rich, Robert, d. 1679. / [1667?] Love without dissimulation, or, The letter & directions of Robert Rich to M. John Raynes, for the distributing his benevolence to the seven churches in London
Rich, Robert, d. 1679. / [1669] The letter sent by Robert Rych to William Bayly and Mary Fisher, called his wife, and to the rest of the Quakers, hearers and followers
Rich, Robert, d. 1679. / [1680] The epistles of Mr. Robert Rich to the seven churches (so called by him) viz. 1. To the Roman Catholick, 2. the Episcopal Protestant, 3. the Presbyterian, 4. the Independent, 5. the Anabaptist, 6. the Quaker, 7. the Church of the First-Born : containing his testimony to God's approbation of the good and aversion to the evil in all persuasions : together with an abstract of a letter of the authors, declaring his gift, or benevolence, sent to each of the said churches.
Rich, Robert, d. 1679. / [1680] An epistle to the people called Quakers emitted by Mr. Robert Rich; who arrived at London from the Barbadoes the ninth day of September, 1679, and departed this life the sixteenth of November following.
Rich, Robert, d. 1679. / [1680] Abstracts of some letters written by Mr. Robert Rich treating mostly of spiritual matters and here transmitted to posterity and recommended to the sober and serious enquirer for promoting of universal love amongst all sorts of people without respect of persons, parties, or sects : together with a friendly letter of Dr. Jer. Taylor to the said R.R. in answer to one of his / published by J.P.
Rich, S. / [1685] A sermon preached at Chard, June 21, 1685 before the right honourable John Lord Churchhill, and His Majestie's forces / by S. Rich ...
Rich, Stephen. / [1649] The answer of Captain Stephen Rich commander of the state packet barques and post-master of Dublin to a scandalous information of Evan Vaughan, late post-master of the same city.
Richard Thompson and Company. / [1677] The case of Richard Thompson and Company with relation to their creditors, published for better information.
Richard, Thomas, Merchant in Dublin. / [1642] The warlike, noble, and prosperous proceedings of the Protestant army, in Ireland.: Being the true copy of a letter, sent from Mr. Thomas Richard marchant in Dublin: to Mr. Thomas Andrewes grocer without Newgate, in the parish of St. Sepulchres. Brought over by the last post Apr. 30. 1642. Wherein amongst divers others is related, a very memorable victory obtained by the English, wherein 1800 of the rebels were hanged, and slaine, 16. of their colours taken, and 800 armes, with the names of three chiefe commanders of the rebells, kild at the same time whose heads by proclamation, were vallued at 400 l a peece. Also how 3500 Scots and English, are lately landed in Ireland with 2000 armes, besides 700 horse. April, 19. Also an order by the house of Commons, for the releife of those voluntiers that doe, or shall serve in the Irish warre. Hen, Elsinge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.
Richards, Jacob, 1660?-1701. / [1687] A journal of the siege and taking of Buda by the imperial army (under the conduct of the Duke of Lorrain, and His Electoral Highness, the Duke of Bavaria,) Anno Dom. 1686 by Jacob Richards ...
Richards, James. / [1685] Lay by your pleading, law lies a-bleeding:
Richards, Nathanael, ca. 1600-1652. / [1631] Seuen poems diuine, morall, and satyricall : the [brace] viz. Celestiall publican, Spirituall sea-fight, World, Flesh, Vicious courtier, Iesuite, Deuill : together with sundry epitaphs and epigrams / by N.R. Gent.
Richards, Nathanael, ca. 1600-1652. / [1641] Poems sacred and satyricale
Richards, Nathanael, ca. 1600-1652. / [1630] The celestiall publican. A sacred poem: liuely describing the birth, progresse, bloudy passion, and glorious resurrection of our Sauiour. The spirituall sea-fight. The mischieuous deceites of the world, the flesh, the vicious courtier. The Iesuite. The Diuell. Seauen seuerall poems, with sundry epitaphs and anagrams. By Nathanael Richards Gent.
Richardson, Alexander, of Queen's College, Cambridge. / [1629] The logicians school-master: or, A comment vpon Ramus logicke. By Mr. Alexander Richardson sometime of Queenes Colledge in Cambridge.
Richardson, Alexander, of Queen's College, Cambridge. / [1657] The logicians school-master: or, A comment upon Ramus logick.: By Mr. Alexander Richardson, sometime of Queenes Colledge in Cambridge. Whereunto are added, his prelections on Ramus his grammer; Taleus his rhetorick; also his notes on physicks, ethicks, astronomy, medicine, and opticks. Never before published.
Richardson, Charles, fl. 1612-1617. / [1616] A vvorkeman, that needeth not to be ashamed: or The faithfull steward of Gods house. A sermon describing the duety of a godly minister, both in his doctrine and in his life. By Charles Richardson, preacher at S. Katharines, neere the Tower of London.
Richardson, Charles, fl. 1612-1617. / [1616] A sermon concerning the punishing of malefactors. Preached at Paules Crosse, the first of October, by Charles Richardson, preacher at Saint Katharines neere the Tower of London.
Richardson, Charles, fl. 1612-1617. / [1615] A sermon against oppression and fraudulent dealing: preached at Paules Crosse, the eleuenth of December, by Charles Richardson, preacher at Saint Katherines neare the Tower of London.
Richardson, Charles, fl. 1612-1617. / [Anno Domini 1612] The repentance of Peter and Iudas. Together with the frailtie of the faithfull, and the fearefull ende of wicked hypocrites.
Richardson, Charles, fl. 1612-1617. / [1617] The price of our redemption A sermon preached at Paules Crosse, the sixt of Aprill last, 1617. By Charles Richardson, preacher at Saint Katherines neere the Tower of London.
Richardson, Charles, fl. 1612-1617. / [1616] The doctrine of the Lords supper. By way of question and answer, gathered out of 1. Corint. chap. 11. ver. 23. to 33. By Charles Richardson, preacher at S. Katharins neare the Tower of London.
Richardson, Charles, fl. 1612-1617. / [1616] The benefite of affliction. A sermon, first preached, and afterwards enlarged, by Charles Richardson preacher at Saint Katharines neare to the Tower of London.
Richardson, John, 1580-1654. / [1641] In honour of Abingdon, or, On the seaventh day of Septembers solemnization, 1641 by John Richardson ...
Richardson, John, 1647-1725? / [1700] The canon of the New Testament vindicated in answer to the objections of J.T. in his Amyntor / by John Richardson.
Richardson, Joshua, 1649 or 50-1733. / [1682] A sermon preach'd before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor and aldermen of the city of London at the Guildhall-Chappel, September XVII, 1682 by Joshua Richardson ...
Richardson, Mr. / [1691] Providence and precept, or, The case of doing evil that good may come of it stated and resolved according to Scripture, reason, and the (primitive) practice of the Church of England : with a more particular respect to a late case of allegiance &c. and its vindication in a letter to the author.
Richardson, Richard, 1623?-1689. / [ca. 1684] William Rogers's Scourge of Tow fired,
Richardson, Richard, 1623?-1689. / [1675 or 6] To the anti-Quaker Misorcus concerning oaths
Richardson, Richard, 1623?-1689. / [1680] The substance of a letter occasioned by a discourse of the time called Christmas, from an abuse on it
Richardson, Richard, 1623?-1689. / [1680] Of adoration in general and in particular of hat-honour, their rise.
Richardson, Richard, 1623?-1689. / [1681] A few ingredients against the venom in William Roger's book, stiled, The Christian-Quaker distinguished, &c.:
Richardson, Richard, 1623?-1689. / [1682?] A declaration against wigs or periwigs
Richardson, Robert, minister in London. / [1570] A briefe and compendious exposition vpon the Psalme called Deprofundis which haue bene. And presentelye is horrible and detestable. Abused in the churche of God. And now translated to the trew sens: to Gods glorie &to the edification and confort of his church. By M. Roberte Richardson batchelere of diuinetie and minister in Londen.
Richardson, Samuel, fl. 1643-1658. / [printed in the yeare of jubilee 1647] The necessity of toleration in matters of religion, or, Certain questions propounded to the Synod, tending to prove that corporall punishments ought not to be inflicted upon such as hold errors in religion, and that in matters of religion, men ought not to be compelled, but have liberty and freedome.: Here is also the copy of the edict of the Emperours Constantinus and Licinius, and containing the reasons that inforced them to grant unto all men liberty to choose, and follow what religion they thought best. Also here is the faith of the Assembly of Divines, as it was taken out of the exactest copy of their practise, with the non-conformists answer why they cannot receive and submit to the said faith. / By Samuel Richardson.
Richardson, Thomas. / [Printed in the Year 1664] A true catechisme concerning the word of God and the power of it, which is quick and lively in the heart: the manner of its working by dividing and setting before the creature good and evil ... : also several questions answered by the experimental working of the spirit ... / written by one who is brought into the true Christian faith, and for the testimony of the same faith hath been cast into prison ... and scornfully called Quaker, whose name is Thomas Richardson.
Richardson, William, fl. 1685. / [1685] William Richardson's case against George Durdant, for lands in Staines and Stanwell, in the county of Middlesex
Richelieu, Armand Jean de plessis, duc de, 1585-1642. / [M. DC. XXXV. 1635] The principall points of the faith of the Catholike Church. Defended against a writing sent to the King by the 4. ministers of Charenton. By the most eminent. Armand Ihon de Plessis Cardinal Duke de Richelieu. Englished by M.C. confessor to the English nuns at Paris.
Richelieu, Armand Jean de Plessis, duc de, 1585-1642. / [1635] Emblema animæ or Morrall discourses reflecting upon humanitie. Written by John du Plessis now Cardinall of Richleu. Translated by I.M. Also varietie of obseruations delightfull to the minde.
Richelieu, Armand Jean du Plessis, duc de, 1585-1642. / [MDCXCV 1695] The political will and testament of that great minister of state, Cardinal Duke de Richelieu done out of French.
Richelieu, Armand Jean du Plessis, duc de, 1585-1642. / [1642] Newes from France.: Being a true copy of a letter sent from Mounsieur Du Plesis Cardinall Richlieu, Cardinall of France, to the Queen, concerning many matters of great note, and high consequence. Faithfully translated out of French into English, by Richard Jackson. Together with His Majesties second message to the Parliament, concerning Sir Iohn Hothams refusall to give His Majestie entrance into his town of Hull. April 28. MDCXLII.
Richelieu, Armand Jean du Plessis, duc de, 1585-1642. / [1698] Letters of the Cardinal Duke du Richelieu great minister of state to Lewis XIII of France / faithfully translated from the original by T.B.
Richeome, Louis, 1544-1625. / [Anno Dom. M.DC.XXIX. 1629] The pilgrime of Loreto. Performing his vow made to the glorious Virgin Mary Mother of God. Conteyning diuers deuout meditations vpon the Christian and Cath. doctrine. By Fa. Lewis Richeome of the Society of Iesus. Written in French, & translated into English by E.W.
Richeome, Louis, 1544-1625. / [1619] Holy pictures of the mysticall figures of the most holy sacrifice and sacrament of the Eucharist: set forth in French by Lewis Richome, prouinciall of the Societie of Iesus; and translated into English for the benefit of those of that nation, aswell protestants as Catholikes. By C.A.
Ricraft, Josiah, fl. 1645-1679. / [1646] A perfect table of two hundred and four victories obtained since the Kings attempt to enter into Hull at the begining of these wars, July 26. 1642. to Aug. 10. 1646: by their Excellencies the Earl of Essex, and Sir Tho: Fairfax, Captains Generals of the Parliaments forces; with a catalogue of the chief commanders of the Parliaments army.
Ricraft, Josiah, fl. 1645-1679. / [1645?] The peculier characters of the orientall languages and sundry others exactly delineated for the benefit of all such as are studious in the languages and the choice rarities thereof and for the advancement of language learning in these latter dayes / published by Iosiah Ricraft of London, march't ; and approved by the most learned of the kingdom of England & other foraigne nations.
Ricraft, Josiah, fl. 1645-1679. / [1645] A looking glasse for the Anabaptists and the rest of the separatists:: wherein they may clearly behold a brief confutation of a certain un-licensed, scandelous pamphlet, intituled, The remonstrance of the Anabaptists, by way of vindication of their separation. The impertinancies, incongruities, non-consequences, falsities, and obstinacy of William Kiffen, the author, and grand ring leader of that seduced sect is discovered and laid open to the view of every indifferent eyed reader that will not shut his eyes against the truth. With certaine queries, vindicated from Anabaptisticall glosses, together with others propounded, for the information and conviction, (if possible) the reformation of the said William Kiffen and his prosylites. / By Josiah Ricraft, a well willer to the truth. Published by authority.
Rid, Samuel. / [1610] Martin Mark-all, beadle of Bridevvell; his defence and answere to the Belman of London Discouering the long-concealed originall and regiment of rogues, when they first began to take head, and how they haue succeeded one the other successiuely vnto the sixe and twentieth yeare of King Henry the eight, gathered out of the chronicle of crackeropes, and (as they tearme it) the legend of lossels. By S.R.
Rid, Samuel. / [1614] The art of iugling or legerdemaine Wherein is deciphered, all the conueyances of legerdemaine and iugling, how they are effected, and wherein they chiefly consist. Cautions to beware of cheating at cardes and dice. The detection of the beggerly art of alcumistry. And, the foppery of foolish cousoning charmes. All tending to mirth and recreation, especially for those that desire to haue the insight and priuate practise thereof. By S.R.
Riddale, Archibald. / [1679] Mount Moriah, or A sermon preached at Carrick, by Mr. Riddale, August 5. 1679.
Riddington, Francis. / [Printed in the yeare, 1649] King Solomons directory: or, The reformed Catholicks rubricke:: shewing a Christian how to demeane and behave himselfe both in prosperity and adversity: / as it was set forth in a sermon at St. Peters Pauls-wharfe, London, July the 8. 1649. By Fran: Riddington, a loyall subject, and long sufferer for fearing God, and honouring the King.
Rider, Henry, d. 1696. / [1695] A sermon preached in Christ's-church, Dublin, on the 23d of October, 1695: being the anniversary thanksgiving for putting an end to the Irish Rebellion, which broke out on that day, 1641 : before the House of Lords / by Henry Lord Bishop of Killaloo.
Rider, John, 1562-1632. / [1602] A friendly caveat to Irelands Catholickes, concerning the daungerous dreame of Christs corporall (yet invisible) presence in the sacrament of the Lords Supper. Grounded vpon a letter pretended to be sent by some well minded Catholickes: who doubted, and therefore desired satisfaction in certaine points of religion, with the aunswere and proofes of the Romane Catholicke priests, to satisfie and confirme them in the same. Perused and allowed for apostolicall and Catholicke, by the subscription of maister Henry Fitzsimon Iesuit, now prisoner in the Castle of Dublin. With a true, diligent, and charitable examination of the same prooffes: wherein the Catholickes may see this nevv Romane doctrine to bee neither apostolicall nor Catholicke, but cleane contarie to the old Romane religion, and therefore to bee shunned of all true auncient Romane Catholickes, vnlesse they vvill be new Romish heretickes. By Iohn Rider Deane of Saint Patrickes Dublin.
Rider, John, 1562-1632. / [1601] The coppie of a letter sent from M. Rider, deane of Saint Patricks, concerning the Newes out of Ireland, and of the Spaniards landing and present estate there.
Rider, Mr. / [c. 1699-1700] Mr. Rider's Answer to the false and scandalous reflections and allegations in Warner's Case; and petition of the mayor and jurors of Deal.
Riders, Thomas. / [in the year of restauration. i.e. 1660] The black remembrancer for the year of our Lord God, 1661.: Containing divers remarkable things, profitable and necessary to be known by all sorts of persons. / Written by Thomas Riders, student in the Mathematicks.
Ridley, Humphrey, 1653-1708. / [1695] The anatomy of the brain containing its mechanism and physiology : together with some new discoveries and corrections of ancient and modern authors upon that subject : to which is annex'd a particular account of animal functions and muscular motion : the whole illustrated with elegant sculptures after the life by H. Ridley ...
Ridley, John R. / [1649] Tapeinobasia: or, A sermon of walking humbly with God.: Preached at Serjeants Inne in Chancery-lane, by Mr John Ridley, Chaplain there. April 29. 1649. Imprimatur. John Downame. May 8. 1649.
Ridley, Lancelot, d. 1576. / [1550?] An exposytion in Englyshe vpon the Epistyll of saynt Paule to the Philippia[n]s/ for the instruction of them that be vnlerned in to[n]ges: gathered out of holy scriptures/ & of the olde catholike doctours of the church/ & of the best authors that now adayes do write. / By Lancelot Ridley of Cantorbury. ; Ouer seen by the ryght reuerend father in god Thomas by the sufferaunce of God archebysshop of Cantorbury..
Ridley, Lancelot, d. 1576. / [1538] An exposition in the epistell of Iude the apostel of Christ wherein he setteth playnly before euery mans eyes false apostels, and theyr craftes, by ye which they haue longe receyued symple christian people.
Ridley, Lancelot, d. 1576. / [Anno salutis humanæ M.D.LXVIII. 1548] An exposicion in Englishe vpon the Epistle of .S. Paule, to the Colossians wherin the letter is purely declared, with many good exhortations to flee vice, and to take vertue, as shall appere clerely to the faithfull reader throughout all this epistle: written by Lancelot Ridley of Cantorbury. Anno salutis humanæ M.D.XLVIII.
Ridley, Lancelot, d. 1576. / [1540] A commentary in Englyshe vpon Sayncte Paules Epystle to the Ephesyans for the instruccyon of them that be vnlerned in tonges, gathered out of the holy scriptures and of the olde catholyke doctours of the churche, and of the beste authors that nowe a dayes do wryte. Anno. D. 1540 Per Lancelotum Ridleum Cantabrigensem.
Ridley, Mark, 1560-1624. / [1613] A short treatise of magneticall bodies and motions. By Marke Ridley Dr in phisicke and philosophie latly physition to the Emperour of Russia, and one of ye eight principals of elects of the Colledge of Physitions in London.
Ridley, Mark, 1560-1624. / [1617] Magneticall animadversions made by Marke Ridley ... vpon certaine Magneticall advertisements, lately published, from Maister William Barlouu.
Ridley, Nicholas, 1500?-1555. / [MDCLXXXVII i.e. 1688] A brief declaration of the Lords Supper with some other determinations and disputations concerning the same argument by the same author / written by Dr. Nicholas Ridley, Bishop of London during his imprisonment ; to which is annexed an extract of several passages to the same purpose out of a book intituled Diallacticon, written by Dr. John Poynet.
Ridley, Thomas, Sir, 1550?-1629. / [1634] A vievv of the civile and ecclesiasticall law and wherein the practice of them is streitned, and may be releeved within this land. VVritten by Sr Thomas Ridley Knight, and Doctor of the Civile Law.
Ridley, Thomas, Sir, 1550?-1629. / [Anno. 1607] A vievv of the ciuile and ecclesiastical lavv and wherein the practise of them is streitned, and may be relieued within this land. VVritten by Thomas Ridley Doctor of the Ciuile Law.
Ridpath, George, d. 1726. / [Printed in the year, 1697] A dialogue betwixt Jack and Will, concerning the Lord Mayor's going to meeting-houses with the sword carried before him, &c.
Rigbey, Richard. / [1695 ] The shooe-maker's triumph: being a song in praise of the gentle-craft, shewing how royal princes, sons of kings, lords, and great commanders, have been shooe-makers of old, to the honour of this ancient trade; as it was sung at a general assembly of shooe-makers, on the 25th of Octob. 1695, being St. Crispin· To the tune of, The evening ramble, &c. / Written by Richard Rigbey, a brother of the craft.
Rigby, Alexander, 1594-1650. / [November 20. 1643] A true relation of the great victory, obtained by Gods providence, by the Parliaments forces in Lancashire against the forces raised by the King in the counties of Westmerland and Cumberland;: where they took Thurland-castle, and in the fight took of the enemy, Col: Huddleston, 2 captains, an ensigne, 400 prisoners, 7 colours, kill'd many, drove many into the sea, took their magazine, divers arms and horses, and totally routed them. Sent in a letter by Colonell Rigby, a Member of the House of Commons, to the Honorable, William Lenthall Esquire, Speaker of the said House. Ordered by the Commons in Parliament, that this relation be forthwith printed and published: H: Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.
Rigby, Joseph, d. 1671. / [1656. i.e. 1655] An ingenious poem, called The drunkards prospective, or Burning-glasse.: Composed by Joseph Rigbie, gentleman, clerke of the peace of the county palatine of Lancaster.
Rigby, Nathaniel, Sir. / [1641] The Kings noble entertainment at York with the Lord Maior of York his worthy speech to the King.: As also the manner how the aldermen, sheriffes, citizens and sundry other gentlemen congratulated His Maiesty to York. Likewise how triumphantly hee was entertained with many rich presents, and now they conducted His Maiesty to his castle. Sent from York by Sir Nathanaael [sic] Rigby to a merchant in London. March 18. 1641.
Rigge, Ambrose, 1634-1704. / [1660] To the whole flock of God everywhere, the church of the first-born written in heaven, and to every member thereof, whose redeemer is the holy one of Israel grace, mercy, peace, truth and love from the God of peace and love be multiplied amongst you, and to you all, amen.
Rigge, Ambrose, 1635?-1705. / [1662] A visitation of tender love (once more) from the Lord unto Charles the II, King of England, Scotland and Ireland
Rigge, Ambrose, 1635?-1705. / [1679] True Christianity vindicated both in præceding, present, and succeeding ages, and the difference between them who are Christians indeed, and them who are falsly so called manifested : being a collection of the several testimonies of the antient writers of the doctrine, lives and manners of the primitive Christians many ages ago, which being found coherent with the doctrine, lives and manners of the true Christians, who are nick named Quakers at this day, are therefore made publick / by Ambros Rigge.
Rigge, Ambrose, 1635?-1705. / [1663] A true prospect for the bishops, priests & deacons and all other within the jurisdiction of the Church of England who are professors of the common prayer, through which they may see how far they are short in faith, principle and practice of divers sound truths therein specified : also the proper right of the Quakers to divers good things therein vindicated and pleaded for ... / published by Ambrose Rigg.
Rigge, Ambrose, 1635?-1705. / [1682] To the magistrates, governours & rulers concerned in England
Rigge, Ambrose, 1635?-1705. / [1659] To all who imprison & persecute the saints and servants of God for meeting together in his name, and fear, to worship him as he requireth.
Rigge, Ambrose, 1635?-1705. / [Printed in the year, 1700] A tender exhortation to Friends at Bristol,: to bring to remembrance how it was with them in the beginning.
Rigge, Ambrose, 1635?-1705. / [1663] A standard of righteousness lifted up unto the nations, and an ensigne of grace unto the people, but the flagge of defiance against Antichrist, and all his messengers and ministers, who are under his power and pleading for it, for terme of life all of which are held forth in a plain answer unto Leonard Letchford's quaery concerning perfection and keeping of Gods law and Commandments, which may serve the universal good, and satisfaction of all people who are yet unsatisfied in these weighty matters in this book inserted : with a testimony concerning the natural man who cannot keep the law nor commands of God ... / given forth this 13th day of the 8th moneth, 1663, by a follower of the Lamb thorow [sic] many tribulations, whose name is Ambrose Rigge.
Rigge, Ambrose, 1635?-1705. / [1691] The spiritual guide of life Offered and tendered to all mankind, without respect of persons, age or sex, to direct their feet into the way of peace. Or the inward and spiritual grace of God exalted as man's only teacher. By A. R.
Rigge, Ambrose, 1635?-1705. / [1672] A Scripture-catechism for children collected out of the whole body of the Scriptures for the instructing of youth ... presented to fathers of families and masters of schools to train up their children and schollers in the knowledg of God and the Scriptures / by Ambros Rigge.
Rigge, Ambrose, 1635?-1705. / [1663] The serpent's subtilty discovered in a plain answer to a lying scandalous paper, lately came from Leonard Letchford, who calls himself rector of Hurst-Pierpoint in the county of Sussex.
Rigge, Ambrose, 1635?-1705. / [1676] A premonition to the bishops and priests of England &c. with twenty reasons why the people of God in scorn called Quakers do refuse to hear them.
Rigge, Ambrose, 1635?-1705. / [1657] Of perfection.: The great mystery of Anitchrist unfolded, by the rising of the sun of righteousness; or, The difference between the work and ministery of the messengers of God, and the work and ministery of the messengers of Antichrist. By a labourer in the vineyard of the Lord, called of the world Ambrose Rigge.
Rigge, Ambrose, 1635?-1705. / [1659] Oh ye heads of the nation who are set in the supream authority thereof, and are at this time assembled in Parliament hear ye the word of the Lord, as it came unto me the sixth day of the fifth moneth of this present year, concerning you / by Ambr. Rigg.
Rigge, Ambrose, 1635?-1705. / [1665] A lamentation over England, because of the judgements that is [sic] now appearing against her for her manifold transgressions.
Rigge, Ambrose, 1635?-1705. / [1696] A Lamentation in tender bowels of love over thee, Oh England: that thou mayst return to the Lord in humility and seek him, yet while he may be found / [by] Ambrose Rigge.
Rigge, Ambrose, 1635?-1705. / [1669] The good old way and truth which the ancient Christians many ages and generations ago witnessed unto in the world from age to age, even from the dayes of Christ unto this very time, wherein the same doctrine, life and practice is witnessed unto by us who are in contempt called Quakers, through many tribulations, which our ancestors, the most ancient and true Christians that ever were upon the earth, sealed unto, with the loss of their lives and liberties, by which, in short, is fully manifested, in what is treated of herein, that the doctrine of the Quakers, in denying to swear any oath, and their refusing to pay tythes, and many other things they practise, was the doctrine and practise of the most famous and renowned Christians, both testified of in the Scriptures of truth, and the books of martyrs : also, a brief discovery of the ground and rise of tythes, manifesting them no Gospel-maintenance, but was testified against by the best and most ancient Christians many ages ago / written by ... Ambros Rigge.
Rigge, Ambrose, 1635?-1705. / [1693] A general epistle to the people of God, in scorn called Quakres, in England, and elsewhere.
Rigge, Ambrose, 1635?-1705. / [1698] A general epistle of universal love and good will to all the families of the earth, who are seeking the Lord, and enquiring after the knowledge of him, whom to know is eternal life, whether they be in forms of worship, or without, or suppose they have got above all forms, &c. With directions, how, and by what means, the saving knowledge of God is again restored, and where he may be found; and how, from the least to the greatest, all may attain to the knowledge of Him, according to his promise, by the apostle.
Rigge, Ambrose, 1635?-1705. / [1678] A brief and serious warning to such as are concerned in commerce and trading who go under the profession of truth, to keep within the bounds thereof, in righteousness, justice ad honesty towards all men.
Rigge, Ambrose, 1635?-1705. / [1657] The banner of Gods love, and ensign of righteousness spread over his people in these later dayes.: Wherein the true light shineth, and the mysterie that hath been hid from ages and generations, is revealed to the saints, which is, Christ in us the hope of glory, as our forefathers witnessed, read Col. I. 26, 27, 28, 29. Also, a testimony against them who formerly hath tasted of the good word of God, and of the power of the world to come, who hath cast the law of God behind their backs, and hath trodden under foot the blood of the covenant. ... most especially, those that are called Anabaptists and Independents. Also, a few words in warning to the priests, professors, and people of the town and county of Southhampton. With a few quæries to the rulers and magistrates of England, to try their fruits whether they be according to the Christian magistrates recorded in the Scripture of truth, ... . Set forth most especially for the sake of the honest-hearted, who are not wholly given up to believe lyes, that they may come to know the way of life and peace. Written by me who are called Ambrose Rigge.
Righton, William. / [Printed in the year, MDCLXXVIII. 1678] The disloyal actings of the Bermuda Company in London by their keeeping [sic] back a petition presented (from the General Assembly in the said islands, convented together there, according to the laws of the said company) to the Kings Most Excellent Majesty. With several grievances, petitions, and papers; as will more at large appear in the following narrative, shewing the great oppressions the poor inhabitants in the said islands do groan under, by the arbitrary government of the Somer-Islands Company: in all humility presented to the honourable, the knights, citizens, and burgesses assembled in Parliament, craving from them to be relieved from the aforesaid and following oppressions / by William Righton.
Rijksuniversiteit te Leiden. Anatomisch Kabinet. / [CICICCLXXXIII 1683] A. catalogue of all the cheifest [sic] rarities in the publick theater and anatomie-hall of the University of Leiden,: vvhich are soe set in order that all may easily bee found in their places.
Riland, John, 1619?-1673. / [1662] Elias the Second his coming to restore all things, or, God's way of reforming by restoring ; and, Moses the peace-maker his offers to make one of two contending brethren in two sermons : the former preacht in Warwick at the Generall Assize there held August 19, 1661 : the other in Coventry at the annuall solemnity of the maior's feast on All-Saints Day following : both publisht at the importunity of divers of the auditors being eminent persons of quality in that country / by John Riland ...
Riland, John, 1619?-1673. / [1663] Confirmation revived, and, Doom's-day books opened in two sermons, the one preach'd at Coventry before the Right Reverend Father in God, John, Lord Bishop of Lichfield and Coventry, upon his first performance of confirmation in that city, June 23, 1662 : the other preach'd at Warwick before the Right Honourable the judges of Assize for that circuit upon the 2d of July next following / by John Riland.
Riley, Thomas, fl. 1639. / [1639] Triall of conscience in a quotidian exercise written by Tho. Riley.
Rinaldo, Giovanni. / [1691] An exact journal of the siege of Coni in Piemont with an account of the manner of raising it, by Prince Eugene of Savoy this present year 1691 which has so much mortified the French King, and occasioned the imprisonment of the Sieur de Bulonde, humbly presented to his Royal Highness the Duke of Savoy / by Giovanni Renaldo ... ; sent in a manuscript from Turin to a person of quality in London.
Rinuccini, John Baptist. / [1646] A decree of excommunication against such as adhere to the late peace, and doe beare armes for the hereticks of Ireland, or doe aid or assist them by Iohn Baptist Rinuccini, Archbishop and Prince of Firmo, and by the ecclesiasticall congregation of both clergies of the kingdome of Ireland.
Rishton, A. / [1650] A message from the king of Scotland; to the Parliament convened at Edenborough.: And Lieutenant Gen: Lesley's preparation to receive him, upon his landing at Frith; and to conduct him to Edenborough, with a convoy of 3000 horse. : Also, a list of the earls, lords, and knights, that are expelled the kingdom of Scotland, and not to come within the verge of the court. : Together, with the raising of every fourth man in Scotland; the number of the horse and foot, and their advance nearer to the borders of England: with Col. Hackers regiment, and some other of the Parl. of Englands forces, marching into Northumberland.
Rishton, Robert. / [anno, 1647] Two declarations: the first from the Kings most Excellent majesty; to all his loyall subjects, wherein he declares his gracious will and pleasure concerning his two Houses of Parliament assembled at Westminster. Signed, Charles Rex. The second, concerning His Majesties coming to Oatlands, and the proceedings of His Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax, concerning his speedy comming to Londo n [sic]; as also the time.
Rishton, Robert. / [Iune 14. 1647] Sixe propositions propounded, by the officers and souldiers under the command of His Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax, to the citizens of London.: Wherein they set forth, the reasons of their near approach, and their advancing toward the said city. Together, with their demands to the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor, concerning the Kings most excellent Majestie, the Honourable Houses of Parliament assembled at Westminster, and the enemies of this kingdome who endeavour to raise a second warre. VVhereunto is annexed, the answer of the Lord Mayor, to the demands and desires of the army. Published at the desire of the army, for generall satisfaction to the whole kingdome.
Rishton, Robert. / [Iune 11. 1647] New propositions from the souldiery under the command of His Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax;: concerning the preservation of His Majesties royall person, the liberty of the subject, and the discipline of the church of England. Also, His Majesties propositions for a safe and well-grounded peace together with his Majesties coming to Newmarket (being guarded by two regiments of horse) and severall quæries propounded, touching the independent government.
Rishton, Robert. / [Iuly 3. 1647] The Kings Majesties last declaration to the Lord Mountague, and the rest of the commissioners of Parliament with the army.: Wherein is declared, His Majesties desires to the said commissioners, concerning His Highnesse the Duke of York. And the armies propositions for peace, to both Houses of Parliament; together with the Parliaments answer, and his Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax his reply.
Ritor, Andrew. / [Printed in the yeare, MDCXLII. 1642] A treatise of the vanity of childish-baptisme:: wherein the deficiency of the baptisme of the Church of England is considered in five particulars thereof. And wherein also is proved, that baptizing is dipping, and dipping baptizing. by A. R.
Ritor, Andrew. / [Printed Anno Domini, 1642] The second part of the vanity & childishnes of infants baptisme: wherein the grounds from severall Scriptures usually brought for to justifie the same, are urged and answered. As also the nature of the divers covenants made with Abraham and his seed, briefly opened and applied. A.R. May 3. 1642.
Rival, Pierre, d. 1730. / [1698] Sermon prononcé à Londres, le 2 de Decembre 1697. Jour d'action de graces pour la paix: Par Pierre Rival.
Riveley, Benedict, 1627 or 8-1695. / [1677] A sermon prech'd in the cathedral church of Norwich, at the funeral of the Right Reverend Father in God, Edward, Lord Bishop of Norwich, who departed this life, July 28, 1676 by B. Riveley ...
Riveley, Benedict, 1627 or 8-1695. / [1679] A sermon preach'd at the Cathedral of Norwich upon the annual solemnity of the Mayors admission to his office, being June 17, 1679 by B. Rively ...
Rivers, Dr. / [1700?] The true symptoms of a clap or pox with its cure, by Dr. Rivers; at the Golden-Ball in Three-Kings-Court on Ludgate-Hill, entring between the Three Golden-Lions a [sic] Mercers, and Ludgate.
Rivers, Marcellus. / [1659] Englands slavery, or Barbados merchandize;: represented in a petition to the high court of Parliament, by Marcellus Rivers and Oxenbridge Foyle gentlemen, on behalf of themselves and three-score and ten more free-born Englishmen sold (uncondemned) into slavery: together with letters written to some honourable members of Parliament.
Rivers, Thomas Savage, Earl, ca. 1628-1694. / [1688] The case of the right honourable Thomas Earl Rivers, upon his appeal exhibited before the Lords in Parliament, against a dismission made by the court of Chancery of a Bill exhibited by him against the right honourable William George Richard Earl of Derby, William Earl of Strafford, Thomas Munne, gent, and Frances Richardson, widdow defendants.
Rivet, André, 1572-1651. / [1650] An exact summary, of the transactions in the treaty at Breda:: containing, the most remarkable occurrences that hap'ned in their consultations: and the Scots commissioners proposals to their declared King, for an agreement; his answer thereunto: with the sending of a letter to the Queen his mother in France, touching his condescensions. As it was related by Dr. Rivet, tutor to the Prince of Orange. Also, the declaration of the states of Hamborough, concerning the Parliament of England; and the proceedings of the Queen of Swedens Embassador, touching the declared King of Scots.
Rivière, Lazare, 1589-1655. / [1685] The secrets of the famous Lazarus Riverius, councellor & physician to the French king, and professor of physick in the University of Montpelier newly translated from the Latin by E.P., M.D.
Rivière, Lazare, 1589-1655. / [1655] The practice of physick in seventeen several books wherein is plainly set forth the nature, cause, differences, and several sorts of signs : together with the cure of all diseases in the body of man / by Nicholas Culpeper ... Abdiah Cole ... and William Rowland ; being chiefly a translation of the works of that learned and renowned doctor, Lazarus Riverius ...
Rivière, Lazare, 1589-1655. / [MDCLVII. 1657] The universal body of physick in five books; comprehending the several treatises of nature, of diseases and their causes, of symptomes, of the preservation of health, and of cures. Written in Latine by that famous and learned doctor Laz. Riverius, counsellour and physician to the present King of France, and professor in the Vniversity of Montpelier. Exactly translated into English by VVilliam Carr practitioner in physick.
Riville, P. / [1641. i.e. 1642] Strange nevves from France, or, the copie of a letter which was sent from thence to the ordinary ambassador for the King of France,: unto his Majesty of great Brittaine, who lyes in Lincolnes Inne-Fields, Febr. 8. 1641. Wherein is set downe a true relation of a most wonderfull apparition and terrible spectacle that was seene upon a mountaine in Province, February 4. 1641. Vnto the amazement of all the spectators, to the number of above two thousand. Faithfully translated into English, according to the French copie. By W. V. Gent.
Rivius, Johann, 1500-1553. / [1550] A treatise against the folishnesse of men in differinge the reformation of their liuing and amendment of their manners, compyled by the godly lerned man John Riuius, and translated into Englishe by Iohn Bankes.
Rivius, Johann, 1500-1553. / [1578.] A notable discourse of the happinesse of this our age, and of the ingratitude of men to God for his benefites: written in Latine by that godly learned man Iohn Riuius, and now Englished for the comfort, and commoditie of the vnlearned, by W.W. student..
Rivius, Johann, 1500-1553. / [1579] A guide vnto godlinesse moste worthy to bee followed of all true Christians: a treatise wherein is set forth the folly of man in prolonging the amendment of his sinful life, togither with the chiefe causes thereof, and souereigne remedies againste the same. Written in Latin by Iohn Riuius: Englished by W.G.
Rix, John. / [1659] Innocencie vindicated. Or, A brief answer to part of a scandalous paper, entituled A true narrative of the occasion and causes of the late Lord General Cromwel's anger against Lieutenant Colonel Joyce, &c.: And his proceedings against him, to cashier him from the Army. By Jo. Rix, once lieutenant to the said Lt. Colonel Joyce.