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Ruckhill, Robert. / [1673] The Quakers refuge fixed upon the rock of ages, though the swelling waters dash never so violently to overturn it wherein is prov'd, that the narrative of Ralph James is an absolute lying-wonder, according to his own definition : and also, the great controversie between the people of God called Quakers, and others, about the holy spirit of God and the Scriptures, truly stated, and very briefly discoursed, as it is owned by the Quakers, and the truth cleared from the false suggestions and deceitful insinuations of the anabaptists about the said controversie : in answer to a subtil pamphlet, lately published, intituled, The Quakers subterfuge or evasion overturned : also a few queries propounded unto Ralph James, and the author of the subterfuge &c. / by Robert Ruckhill ; to which is added another postscript in answer to some queries propounded in the said pamphlet, wherein many untruths are suggested ; but herein the truth is cleared, and the evasion and deceit of the Baptists made more fully manifest by John Whitehead.
Rudd, Anthony, 1549 or 50-1615. / [1606] A sermon preached before the Kings Maiestie at White-Hall vpon the ninth of Februarie. 1605. By the Reuerend Father in God, Anthonie Rudd, Doctor in Diuinitie, and Lord Bishop of Saint Dauids.
Rudd, Anthony, 1549 or 50-1615. / [1604] A Sermon preached at the court at White Hall before the Kings Maiesty, vpon Sunday being the 13. of May 1604. By Anthony Rudd Professor of Diuinitie, and Bishop of Saint Dauids.
Rudd, Anthony, 1549 or 50-1615. / [1603] A sermon preached at Richmond before Queene Elizabeth of famous memorie, vpon the 28. of March, 1596. By the reuerend father in God Anthony Rudd, Doctor in Diuinitie, and Lord Bishop of S. Dauids.
Rudd, Anthony, 1549 or 50-1615. / [1603] A sermon preached at Greenwich before the Kings Maiestie vpon Tuesday in VVhitson weeke being the 14. of Iune. 1603. By the Reuerend Father in God Antonie Rudd, Doctor of Diuinitie, and Lord Bishop of Saint Dauids.
Rudd, Thomas, d. 1719. / [1700] The cry of the oppressed for justice: or, The case of Thomas Rudd Who was imprisioned and whipped through several streets of the town of Leverpool, in the County of Lancaster, by the order of the then mayor of the said town, for going through the streets thereof, and exhorting the people to fear God. With a letter written by the said Thomas Rudd, to Thomas Sweeting, mayor of Leverpool.
Rudd, Thomas, d. 1719. / [1700] An account from the City of Chester, of a barbarous persecution inflicted upon one of the King's peaceable subjects, commonly called a Quaker. Only for his lamenting the great sin of pride, and calling the people to repentance.
Ruddoke, Thomas. / [1551] A remembraunce for the maintenaunce of the liuynge of ministers and preachers nowe notablye decayed exhibited vnto the right reuerend father in God Thomas Bishop of Elye ...
Rudyard, Thomas, d. 1692. / [1673] Tythes ended by Christ with the Levitical priesthood and therefore no maintenance for a Gospel-ministry, nor lawful for Christians to pay or take under the dispensation of the Gospel : being an answer to two reviling pamphlets written against the people of God called Quakers, because they refuse to pay tythes : the one by C.N. a Presbyterian, and the other by Cress Wheatly, an Episcopal priest : the said C.N. and C.W. are herein justly rebuked for their enmity and lyes against the people of God, and their arguments and plea for tythes considered and fully answered, and the people of God vindicated in their refusing to pay tythes / by the servants of the Lord, T. Rudyard and W. Gibson ; also a postscript by George Watt ; also some brief observations upon some passages in a book, entituled, Christ's call to professors, by W.G.
Rudyard, Thomas, d. 1692. / [1680] The case of Protestant dissenters of late prosecuted, on old statutes made against papists and popish recusants; the two thirds of whose estates are seized into the Kings hands, and the profits thereof levyed yearly. And many other [sic] prosecuted for 20 l. a month, to the ruine of many families.
Rudyard, Thomas, d. 1692. / [Printed in the year, 1671] The libeller characteriz'd by his own hand. In ansvver to a scurrilous pamphlet, intitluled, The character of a Quaker, &c.
Rudyard, Thomas, d. 1692. / [1665?] The cause of the widows & fatherless pleaded with the judges and magistrates of England shewing the innocency of the people of God (in scorn called Quakers) and their unjust proceedings against them : together with a few words in particular to the judges and magistrates of London / by a lover of peace and righteousness, T.R.
Rudyard, Thomas, d. 1692. / [1674] An answer to a scandalous paper of T. Hicks, term'd A rebuke to T.R. &c. with a reassumption our former complaint and charge against T. Hicks / by a lover of truth, Thomas Rudyard.
Rudyard, Thomas, d. 1692. / [Printed in the year 1674] The Barbican-cheat detected, or, Injustice arraigned being a brief and sober disquisition of the procedure of the Anabaptists late-erectecd judicature in Barbican, London, the 28th of the moneth called August, 1674 : with some observations upon their pretended account thereof, in their pamphlet term'd, The Quakers appeal answered / by Thomas Rudyard.
Rudyard, Thomas, d. 1692. / [Printed, 1674] The Anabaptists printed proposals bearing date the 12th of October, 1674. Subscribed by William Kiffin, Jeremy Ives, Thomas Plant, Thomas Hicks and Daniel Dike. Briefly discussed: and Jeremy Ives's late daring challenge to the Quakers, answered. By a lover of truth, T. Rudyard.
Rudyard, Thomas, d. 1692. / [1672] The Anabaptists lying wonder, &c., returned upon themselves to be tedious or prolix in observation of the ways and methods the Anabaptists have trodden in or observed to bring out their pretended prodigy, might be as erksom to the reader as 'twould be inconvenient to pretermit and not at all to take notice of them ...
Rudyard, Thomas, d. 1692. / [Printed in the year, 1672] The Anabaptist preacher unmask'd: in a further discovery of his lying vvonder out of Lincolnshire: as also The news from Richard Hobbs, an Anabaptist preacher in Dover, examined. Their juggles, lyes and deceits detected, by T·R·
Rudyerd, Benjamin, Sir, 1572-1658. / [1643] Two worthy speeches spoken in the honourable House of Commons by Sir Benjamin Rvdyard, at severall times.
Rudyerd, Benjamin, Sir, 1572-1658. / [Iuly 17, 1642] A worthy speech spoken in the honourable House of Commons by Sir Benjamin Rudyard, this present July, 1642.
Rudyerd, Benjamin, Sir, 1572-1658. / [July 23, 1642] A worthy speech spoken in the Honourable House of Commons by Sir Benjamin Rudyard, this present July, 1642.
Rudyerd, Benjamin, Sir, 1572-1658. / [Printed 1642] Two speeches in the House of Commons:: the first, concerning a contribution for the poore, naked, hunger-sterv'd English, sent out of Ireland into England. The second, concerning tolleration of religion in Ireland. Made by Sir Benjamin Rudyerd.
Rudyerd, Benjamin, Sir, 1572-1658. / [1642] Two speeches in Parliament the one concerning religion, and fit men to be chosen for the Assemblie : the other concerning a West Indie Association at a Committee of the whole House in the Parliament / by Sir Benjamin Rudyerd.
Rudyerd, Benjamin, Sir, 1572-1658. / [1641] The speech of that vvorthy knight, Sir Beniamin Rudierd, spoken in Parliament;: concerning the placing of good and able divines in parishes miserably destitute of instruction, through want of maintenance. And confirmed by the testimonies of three judicious, and learned men.
Rudyerd, Benjamin, Sir, 1572-1658. / [1641] The speeches of Sr. Benjamin Rudyer in the high Court of Parliament.:
Rudyerd, Benjamin, Sir, 1572-1658. / [Printed Anno Domini 1641] Sir Beniamin Rudyerd his speech made in answer to the Spanish and French embassadors request for our souldiers at their disbanding, August 28, 1641:
Rudyerd, Benjamin, Sir, 1572-1658. / [1628] Sir Beniamin Rudierd his speech in behalfe of the clergie and of parishes miserably destitute of instruction, through want of maintenance. Confirmed by the testimonies of Bishop Iewel, Master Perkins, and Sir Henry Spelman.
Rudyerd, Benjamin, Sir, 1572-1658. / [1642] A most worthy speech spoken in the honourable House of Commons by Sir Beniamin Rvdyard, desiring a happy union betweene the King and his Parliament without effusion of bloud, this present July 9th, 1641.
Rudyerd, Benjamin, Sir, 1572-1658. / [1641] Five speeches in the High and Honourable Court of Parliament by Sir Benjamin Rudyerd ... ; printed according to his owne true copies, the former being absurdly false.
Rüff, Jakob, 1500-1558. / [1637] The expert midwife, or An excellent and most necessary treatise of the generation and birth of man. Wherein is contained many very notable and necessary particulars requisite to be knovvne and practised: with diuers apt and usefull figures appropriated to this worke. Also the causes, signes, and various cures, of the most principall maladies and infirmities incident to women. Six bookes compiled in Latine by the industry of Iames Rueff, a learned and expert chirurgion: and now translated into English for the generall good and benefit of this nation.
Rugbie, Ralph. / [1622] A briefe treatise against detractors of dignities. Published by Ra: Rugbie Esquire. Allowed by authoritie.
Rule, Gilbert, 1629?-1701. / [1680] A modest answer to Dr. Stillingfleet's Irenicum: by a learned pen.
Rule, Gilbert, 1629?-1701. / [anno Dom. 1690] A true representation of Presbyterian government, wherein a short and clear account is given of the principles of them that owne it. The common objections against it answered, and some other things opened that concern it in the present circumstances. / By a friend to that interest.
Rupert, Prince, Count Palatine, 1619-1682. / [1642] Prince Rupert, his reply to a pamphlet entituled The Parliaments vindication in answer to Prince Ruperts declaration published by His Excellencies special command to informe all His Majesties good subjects what false aspersions have beene cast upon him.
Rupert, Prince, Count Palatine, 1619-1682. / [1642] A speech spoken by His Excellence Prince Rupert to his sacred Majesty, and the Lords of his Privie Councell, at his returne from Redding to Oxford:: wherein is freely delivered his opinion concerning the present warre, with his advise for the erecting of forts and garrison townes in this Kingdom, and calling in the old English regiments out of Holland.
Rupert, Prince, Count Palatine, 1619-1682. / [1650] Prince Ruperts declaration to the King of Portugall.: With the answer thereunto, in defence of the Parliaments proceedings with a relation of what passed between the two fleets on the river of Lisburne. / Sent up in a letter from Captain Thorowgood Captain of the Admirall.
Rupert, Prince, Count Palatine, 1619-1682. / [1642] Prince Rupert his declaration.:
Rupert, Prince, Count Palatine, 1619-1682. / [Octob. 6, 1642] Prince Roberts message to my Lord of Essex with an answer to his desires touching the construction of the lawes and certaine other points to the great satisfaction of all people : wherein is declared his wicked resolutions mask'd under the pretention of loyalty unto his Uncle, Our Kings Majesty : together with his desire of a pitch-field in Dunsmore-Heath with the true relation of his wicked and tyrannicall proceedings where hee goes : also the true relation of a challenge hee gave unto his excellencie &c together with the entertainment hee and his brother, Prince Mavrice, found in Shrewsbury by the trained bands and other pieus people there inhabiting : also the wonderfull mercy of God shewed towards His Excellencie in delivering his honour from a fatall conspiracy pretended against his person at Worcester.
Rupert, Prince, Count Palatine, 1619-1682. / [October 13. 1642] Prince Roberts declaration. To the Kings most Excellent Majesty, October 11. 1642.: Declaring his resolution to leave the Kings army here in England, and with all expedition to go for Holland, having seriously considered of the present differences betwixt His Majesty and his two Houses of Parliament. Also the proceedings of the Lord Willoughby of Parham, and Sir William Balfoure, who have joyned their forces with his Excellency. With the proceedings of both armies neer Shrewsbury, from the 8. of October to the 13.
Rupert, Prince, Count Palatine, 1619-1682. / [December 30. 1645] The humble desires of Prince Rupert, Prince Maurice, and others their adherents, to the Kings Most Excellent Majestie, to be tryed at a counsell of war.: Together with His Majesties letter to Colonel Samuel Sands Governour of Worcester, concerning the persons aforesaid.
Rupert, Prince, Count Palatine, 1619-1682. / [1673] His Highness Prince Rupert's letter to the Earl of Arlington, His Majesties principal secretary of state. from on board the Royal Charles off the oster-bank, the XXIXth of May, 1673. Distant from East Capel Seven Leagues, at one of the clock afternoon, the wind S.S.W.
Rupert, Prince, Count Palatine, 1619-1682. / [1673] His Highness Prince Rupert's letter to the Earl of Arlington, His Majesties principal secretary of state from on board the Soveraign now under sail, June 5, about seven leagues off Lastoff, at nine in the morning, the wind at e.n.e.
Rupert, Prince, Count Palatine, 1619-1682. / [1673] His Highness Prince Rupert's letter to the Earl of Arlington his Majesties principal secretary of state. from on board the Soveraign now under sail, June 5. about seven leagues off Lastoff, at nine in the morning, the wind at E. N. E.
Rupert, Prince, Count Palatine, 1619-1682. / [1649] Further instruction for Cap: Thomas Allen: touching the execution of his commission; bearing date the eight day of January, 1649.
Rupert, Prince, Count Palatine, 1619-1682. / [Printed in the yeer, 1649] The declaration of His Highnesse Prince Rupert, Lord High Admirall of all the navy Royall, belonging to the Kings Majesty Charles the II.: Wherein hee cleareth himselfe from many scandalous rumours which have bin cast upon his reputation. Likewise his Highnesse resolution and intention; together with the rest of the officers of the Navy Royall. Touching the death of the late King, the illegall pretended power of Parliament. And their indeavours to inthrone the now King Charles the second. Also shewing their intentions to maintaine the lawes of the land, the liberty of the subject, and just rights and priviledges of a lawfull Parliament. / Signed by the Princes owne hand aboard the Navy Royall, now riding an anchor upon the Downes, the of March, 1649.
Rupert, Prince, Count Palatine, 1619-1682. / [1645] A declaration of His Highness Prince Rupert.: With a narrative of the state and condition of the city and garrison of Bristoll, when his Highnesse Prince Rupert came thither: of the actions there during the siege, of the treaties, and rendition thereof.
Rupert, Prince, Count Palatine, 1619-1682. / [1673] A brief relation of His Majesties, and the French Kings forces under my command, with the Dutch the 11th of August, 1673, near the Texel.
Rupert, Prince, Count Palatine, 1619-1682. / [1646] A declaration from [brace] Prince Rupert and Prince Maurice,: directed to both Houses of Parliament, with their intentions: as also their desires to the Parliament, sent from Oatlands, and delivered on Tuesday last, the 30. of June. 1646. These are true copies, and printed and published according to order. Iuly 4. 1646.
Rusden, Moses. / [1685] A full discovery of bees. Treating of the nature, government, generation & preservation of the bee. With the experiments and improvements, arising from the keeping them in transparent boxes, instead of straw-hives. Also proper directions (to all such as keep bees) as well to prevent their robbing in straw-hives, as their killing in the colonies.The second edition, by Moses Rusden, an apothecary; bee-master to the King's most excellent Majesty. Published by His Majesties especial command, and approved by the Royal Society at Gresham Coll.
Rusdorf, Johann Joachim von, 1589-1640. / [M.DC.XXXVII. 1637] The evaporation of the apple of Palæstine: that is, The sifting of the answeres and rescripts, lately given, in the cause of the restitution of the Palatinate. Together with a briefe demonstration of the nullities of the clandestine dispositions, by which, the electourship and the Palatinate hath beene transferred on the house of Bavaria. Translated out of Latine.
Ruse, Hendrik, 1624-1679. / [1668] The strengthening of strong-holds invented on several occasions and practised during the late wars, as well in the United Provinces, as in France, Germany, Italy, Dalmatia, Albania, and the neighbouring countries / by Henry Ruse ... ; translated out of the Low-Dutch-copy by His Majesties command.
Rush, Anthony, 1537-1577. / [Anno. 1566] A president for a prince Wherein is to be seene by the testimonie of auncient writers, the duetie of kings, princes, and gouernours. Collected and gathered by Anthonie Russhe, Doctor of Diuinitie. Seene and allowed, according to the order appoynted.
Rushworth, John, 1612?-1690. / [Feb. 28. 1647. i.e. 1648] A true relation of disbanding the supernumerary forces in the several counties of this kingdom, and the dominion of Wales, amounting to twenty thousand horse and foot;: to the great ease of the kingdom, and taking off free-quarter from the subject. Published for satisfaction of the three kingdoms.
Rushworth, John, 1612?-1690. / [16. March 1646] Sir Ralph Hoptons and all his forces comming in to the Parliament.: on Thursday last, according to the articles and propositions sent to him by Sir Thomas Fairfax, certified in two letters to the Honourable William Lenthall Esquire, Speaker of the Honourable house of Commons. Appointed by the Honourable William Lenthall Esquire Speaker of the Honorable House of Commons, to be forthwith printed and published.
Rushworth, John, 1612?-1690. / [1648] The severall fights neere Colchester in Essex. A list of the names of the knights, collonels and chiefe officers, taken and killed on both sides, 5 piece of ordnance taken, 3 colours, and 600 armes, 3 lords, divers knights and collonels, and 4000 cooped up in Colchester. Also Major Generall Lamberts victories in the North, Sir Marmaduke Langdale driven out of VVestmerland. Divers prisoners taken. Penrith and Braugham Castle taken, and Sir Marmaduke Langdale, with his forces fled to Carlisle. Pursued by the Northern Forces. June. 17. 1648. Imprimatur, Gilb. Mabbott.
Rushworth, John, 1612?-1690. / [17 March 1645. i.e. 1646] A late letter from Sir Thomas Fairfax's army now in Truro.: Relating the severall passages in the treaty, and what is concluded. Communicated to both Houses of Parliament upon Munday 16. March 1645. Die Lunæ 16 March 1645. Ordered by the Lords assembled in Parliament, that this letter be forthwith printed and published. Ioh. Brown Cler. Parliamentorum.
Rushworth, John, 1612?-1690. / [June 17. 1648] 15 Junii, 1648. The particulars of the fight at Colchester (sent in a letter to the Honorable William Lenthal Esq; Speaker of the Honorable House of Commons) was read in the house of Commons:: in which letter it appears, the town is besieged, and five hundred of the enemies were taken prisoners, and six hundred left the town, sixty that were killed buried in one churchyard, besides what was slain in the other part of the town, Sir William Campion slain, one knight more, Col: Cook, Major Eyres, two other majors, and other officers, Mersey Fort taken, with two culverins, two sakers, and one drake, and Col: Steward, Col: Thornton and Sir Bar. Scudamore taken raising forces near Newmarket. Ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that this letter be forthwith printed and published. H: Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.
Rushworth, William. / [1640] The dialogues of William Richworth or The iudgmend [sic] of common sense in the choise of religion.
Russel, Richard, theological writer. / [1654] The spirit of God in man,: making manifest the hidden things of darkness to man. Being divine teachings, whereby the Lord alone is exalted, and the pride of fleshly glory discovered, / by the shining light of Christ in and through Richard Russel.
Russel, Robert, f. 1692. / [1694] Joshua's resolution to serve the Lord. Containing the resolution of every true Christian, fully and wholly to cleave unto the Lord, and to dedicate himself to the Lord and his service. Wherein is shewed, what the resolution of a Christian is. And the reasons of the necessity of this resolution with a word of exhortation both to private, and family worship. To which is added, a prayer for a family. By Robert Russel in Sussex. Licensed according to order.
Russel, Robert, fl. 1692. / [1692] The wedding garment:, or, The honourable state of matrimony. Delivered in a wedding-sermon, under these following heads. I. Shewing that it is a divine institution ... II. This shews that persons thus joyned, shall remain spotless and undefiled. III. A man shall not only provide food and raiment ... but likewise ... become a pattern of piety to his wife and family, of whom he is the head. IV. The woman's duty ... V. As they are united together in this blessed state ... / By Robert Russel ...
Russel, Robert, fl. 1692. / [1695?] A vvarning to England: or, The nations looking-glass. Wherein they may plainly see what are those good things, that are with-held by the sins of the nations. Also, vvhat are those national sins, which withold good things from us. Some of these have been lately endeavoured to be surprest by act of Parliament. To which is added, An earnest exhortation, to break off our sins by a timely repentance, least the Lord break forth in wrath against us. By Robert Russel, in Sussex, author of the Book of the unpardonable sin against the Holy Ghost. Licensed according to order.
Russel, Robert, fl. 1692. / [1700] The sin against the Holy Ghost: or, The sin unto death briefly discours'd of I. Proving what this sin is. And, II. That all other sins, how great and heinous soever, may be forgiven unto men; but the blasphemy against the Holy Ghost shall never be forgiven, neither in this world, nor in the world to come. To which is added, some instructions how a man may walk and not commit this unpardonable sin. By Mr. Robert Russel.
Russel, Robert, fl. 1692. / [1692] Russel's sermon on the unpardonable sin against the Holy Ghost, or, The sin unto death. Wherein is declared, a plain description of it, both negatively what it is not, and also positively what it is; and a plain reason why it is unpardonable. With a word of comfort, and also of counsel, how to avoid it. By R. Russel, in Sussex. Licensed according to order.
Russel, Robert, fl. 1692. / [1696?] A looking-glass for England wherein is shewn God's mercies and judgments on this sinful nation; with an earnest invitation to poor sinners to repentance: wherein is set forth the great folly and madness of forsaking Christ their redeemer, and neglecting the care of their immortal souls, and setting their cares upon the vanities of this world; ... with some hints of the present judgments that now hangs over our heads, which will suddenly fall on us, if we neglect to return our thanks to almighty God for our late deliverances, and the speedy reforming of our lives. To which is added, the great joy and comfort of the godly that have harkened to the voice of the Lord, and have fasted and prayed to God for his blessings, and given thanks for all mercies received. By Robert Russel, in Sussex.
Russel, Robert, fl. 1692. / [1694?] Heaven's glory, and hell's terror containing the glory of the saints in heaven with Jesus Christ, and the eternal torments of the damned in hell.
Russel, Robert, fl. 1692 / [Anno Dom. 1700] The accepted time, and day of salvation, &c. Or, Sinners flee from the wrath to come. By Robert Russel.
Russel, Thomas, an empiric. / [1602] Diacatholicon aureum: or a generall power of gold purging all offensiue humours in mans bodie: good in generall for all diseases, where there needeth any purgation: as also for any sicknesse yearely incident, or which is feared to approach by the increase of any euill humor, distemperature of diet, or otherwise how so euer growing towards any disease, to preuent the same, and keepe the bodie in health. It may lately be taken of all maner of people, of what age so euer, sucking children, old men and women, in the quantitie of two, three, or foure graines, according to the age, strength, and disease of the partie. Whosoeuer stand in neede of this powder, may haue it at the signe of the Hand and Pistall, neere vnto Iuic Bridge, for two shillings sixe pence the graine.
Russel, William. / [1696] An epistle concerning baptism. [occai]sionally written upon the sight [of] two treatises published by Thomas James father of a Presbyterian congre[ga]tion at Ashford in Kent : who [ha]th reflected upon the baptized [C]hristians / [by] [W]illiam Russell.
Russel, William, d. 1702. / [in the year 1697] A vindication of the baptized churches from the calumnies of Mr. Michael Harrison, of Potters Pury in Northampton-shire. Being an answer to his two books, intituled, Infant baptism God's ordinance. By William Russel, M.D. A lover of primitive Christianity.
Russel, William, d. 1702. / [1674] Quakerism is paganism, by W.L.'s confession; in a book directed to Mr. N.L. citizen of London: or, Twelve of the Quakers opinions, called by W.L. The twelve pagan principles, or opinions; for which the Quakers are opposed to Christians examined and presented to William Penn. By W. R. a lover of Christianity.
Russell, James, of Kettle. / [Anno Dom. 1681] A true and exact copy of a prodigious and traiterous libel, affixt upon the church-door of Kettle, in Fife, the third of this instant, being Easter-day; / written and subscribed by James Russel, one of those bloody and sacrilegious murtherers of the late Lord Primate of Scotland, His Grace.
Russell, John. / [1680?] J. Russel, physician and ocultist, at the two blew-posts against Grays-Inn in Holbourn these pictures present what I have cured by manual operations besides such variety of other cures on the sick, lame, and blind ...
Russell, John, 1660?-1723. / [1697] A sermon preach'd at St. Mary-Le-Bow to the Societies for Reformation of Manners, June 28, 1697 / by John Russell.
Russell, John, 17th cent. / [1694] A sermon preached at the assizes at Norwich upon the fifth day of August, 1693 microform / by J.R., M.A., Rector of Brundal.
Russell, John, d. 1680. / [in the year 1680] A brief narrative of some considerable passages concerning the first gathering and further progress of a church of Christ in Gospel-order, in Boston, in New-England, commonly (though falsly) called by the name of Anabaptists for clearing their innocency from the scandalous things laid to their charge / set forth by John Russel, an officer of the said church, with consent of the whole. Dated in Boston, 20th, 3d month, 1680.
Russell, John, d. 1688. / [1634] The tvvo famous pitcht battels of Lypsich, and Lutzen wherein the ever-renowned Prince Gustavus the Great lived and died a conquerour: with an elegie upon his untimely death, composed in heroick verse by John Russell, Master of Arts, of Magdalene Coll. in Cambridge.
Russell, John, fl. 1660. / [1696?] A sermon preach'd at the parish-church of St. Lawrence, London to the natives of Wiltshire, at their yearly feast, November the 12th. 1695. By John Russell, Rector of St. John of Wappin.
Russell, Rachel, Lady, 1636-1723. / [1683] The Lady Russel's and all Lords of Manners case and reasons against the bill for erecting a court of conscience
Russell, William, Lord, 1639-1683. / [1683] The speech of the late Lord Russel, to the sheriffs together with the paper deliver'd by him to them, at the place of execution, on July 21. 1683.
Russell, William, Lord, 1639-1683. / [1683] The speech of the late Lord Russel to the sheriffs together with the paper deliver'd by him to them at the place of execution, on July 21, 1683.
Russell, William, Lord, 1639-1683. / [1683] The speech and execution of William Lord Russel who was executed for high-treason against His Majesty, and conspiring the death of His Royal Highness, James, Duke of York : Saturday the 21th of this instant July the Lord Russel was beheaded in Lincolns-Inn-Fields.
Russell, William, Lord, defendant. 1639-1683, / [1683] The proceedings against the Lord Russel: upon his tryal for high-treason, at the Sessions-House in the Old-Baily, on the 13th. of this instant July, for conspiring against the life of the King, to levy war and rebellion, &c. As also the tryals of William Hone, the joyner, John Rouse, and William Blake, for conspiring the death of the King, &c.
Russia. Sovereign (1645-1676 : Alekseĭ Mikhaĭlovich) / [Printed in the yeere 1650] A declaration, of His Imperiall Majestie, the most High and Mighty Potentate Alexea, Emperor of Russia, and great Duke of Muscovia, &c: wherein is conteined his detestation of the murther of Charles the First, King of Great Britain and Ireland; his propensitie to restore King Charles the Second; that hee hath forbidden all trade with England; and meanes propounded for the establishing of a generall-peace throughout Christendome.
Rust, George, d. 1670. / [1686] The remains of that reverend and learned prelate, Dr. George Rust, late lord bishop of Dromore, in the kingdom of Ireland collected and published by Henry Hallywell.
Rust, Nicholas, b. 1617 or 18. / [M.DC.L. 1650] Roma ruens.: Dagon falling before the Arke, or, The glory of Christ over-shadowing all other glories. / As it was delivered in a sermon before. the right Honourable Lord Major, and the right worshipful aldermen his brethren, at Mercers Chappel. By Nicholas Rust, chaplaine to the right Honourable Lord Major. Magna veritas & prævalet.
Rutherford, James, D.D. / [MDCLVIII. 1658] Joy of Angels.: Delivered in a sermon before the Honourable Society of Grayes-Inne, on the last day of June, 1656. By Ja: Rutherford D.D.
Rutland, John Manners, Earl of, 1604-1679. / [1649?] To the supream authority in this Common-wealth, the Parliament of England. The petition of John Earl of Rutland.
Ruyter, Michiel Adriaanszoon de, 1607-1676. / [1676] A letter from the Heer Lieutenant-Admiral De Ruyter to the States-General of the United-Provinces; giving an account of the late engagement between him, and the French fleet, on the coast of Sicily. Translated out of Dutch, as it was printed at the Hague.