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Sh., Jo. / [1667?] A funeral elegy on the Right Honourable the Lady Viscountesse Castleton.
Sha., J., 17th cent. / [1658] Mistris Shawe's tomb-stone: or, the saints remains. Being a brief narrative, of some few (amongst many) remarkable passages in the holy life and happy death of that precious servant of the Lord Mrs. Dorothy Shaw, (late the dearly beloved wife of Mr. John Shaw preacher of the Gospell at Kingstone upon Hull,) who sweetly slept in the Lord, Decemb. 10th. and was interred at Trinity Church, in Hull, Decemb. 12. 1657. Collected by her dearest friend: with many usefull instructions, especially for his own and his six daughters consolation and imitation.
Sha., J., 17th cent. / [1657] Certaine plaine and easie demonstrations of divers easie wayes and meanes for the improving of any manner of barren land ... published for the increasing of the wealth and prosperitie of the nation, and the benefit of the poore, and all of those as are owners of any barren land.
Sha., J., 17th cent. / [1650?] Briefe demonstrations of certaine, plaine and easie wayes, and meanes for the improving of any manner of barren-land: although not worth xij.d. the acre, and shewing how to make the same become worth xx.s. xxx.s. or xl.s. the acre yearely. Published for the benefit of the nation, and for the increasing of the wealth and prosperity of all nations, that shall in time practice the same. By J. S. One that is desirous of the publicke good.
Shadforth, Thomas. / [1649] Innocency modestly vindicated and truth impartially, though (but partly discovered) by Thomas Shadforth, Esquire against George Lilburne, Esquire.
Shadwell, Thomas, 1642?-1692. / [1692] Votum perenne a poem to the King on New-Years-Day / by Thomas Shadwell, Esq. ...
Shadwell, Thomas, 1642?-1692. / [1689] The address of John Dryden, laureat to His Highness, the Prince of Orange:
Shafte, J. / [1673] The great law of nature, or, Self-preservation examined, asserted and vindicated from Mr. Hobbes his abuses in a small discourse, part moral, part political and part religious.
Shaftesbury, Anthony Ashley Cooper, Earl of, 1621-1683. / [1680] Two speeches made in the House of Peers the one November 20, 1675, the other in November 1678 / by a Protestant peer of the realm of England.
Shaftesbury, Anthony Ashley Cooper, Earl of, 1621-1683. / [printed in the year, 1675] Two seasonable discourses concerning this present Parliament.:
Shaftesbury, Anthony Ashley Cooper, Earl of, 1621-1683. / [1681] The proceedings at the Sessions-House in the Old-Bayly, on the 24 of this instant November in relation to the bill of indictment ... against the Earl of Shaftsbury for high-treason, giving an account of all the most material passages: with the names of the evidence, their examination by the jury, and the returning the bill ignoramus, &c.
Shaftesbury, Anthony Ashley Cooper, Earl of, 1621-1683. / [1673] The Lord Chancellor's speech upon the Lord Treasurer's taking his oath in the Exchequer, the 26th of June, 1673
Shaftesbury, Anthony Ashley Cooper, Earl of, 1621-1683. / [1681] The proceedings against the Right Honourable the Earl of Shaftsbury, at the Old Baily, on Thursday the twenty fourth of November, 1681 as they were taken by an impartial hand, and faithfully transmitted to every unbiassed reader : with sufficient reasons to justifie the Grand Jury in bringing in the Bill Ignoramus.
Shaftesbury, Anthony Ashley Cooper, Earl of, 1621-1683. / [1672] The Lord Chancellor's speech upon the Lord Treasurer's taking his oath i[n] the Exchequer, the fifth of December, 1672
Shaftesbury, Anthony Ashley Cooper, Earl of, 1621-1683. / [1681] An account at large of the proceedings at the Sessions-House in the Old-Bayly, on the 24 of November 1681 in relation to the bill of high treason prefer'd against the Earl of Shaftsbury, which was foun'd [sic] ignoramus giving an account of the jury, the evidence, the paper read in court, and all the most remarkable passages that hapned during the whole proceeding.
Shakelton, Francis. / [1580] A blazyng starre or burnyng beacon, seene the 10. of October laste (and yet continewyng) set on fire by Gods prouidence, to call all sinners to earnest [and] speedie repentance. Written by Francis Shakelton, minister and preacher of the worde of God.
Shakerley, Jeremy, fl. 1651. / [1649] The anatomy of Urania practica: or, a short mathematicall discourse; laying open the errors and impertinencies delivered in a treatise lately published by Mr. Vincent Wing, and Mr. William Leybourne, under the title of Urania practica. By Jeremy Shakerley philomath.
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. / [1631] A wittie and pleasant comedie called The taming of the shrew. As it was acted by his Maiesties Seruants at the Blacke Friers and the Globe. Written by VVill. Shakespeare.
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. / [1655] The rape of Lucrece,: committed by Tarquin the sixt; and the remarkable judgments that befel him for it. / By the incomparable master of our English poetry, Will: Shakespeare gent. Whereunto is annexed, The banishment of Tarquin: or, the reward of lust. By J. Quarles.
Shannon, Francis Boyle, Viscount, 1623-1699. / [1689] Several discourses and characters address'd to the ladies of the age wherein the vanities of the modish women are discovered / written at the request of a lady, by a person of honour.
Shannon, Francis Boyle, Viscount, 1623-1699. / [1691] A letter writ to an atheistical acquaintance upon his turning papist in his old age by a person of honour.
Shannon, Francis Boyle, Viscount, 1623-1699. / [1696] Discourses useful for the vain modish ladies and their gallants under these following heads, viz. I. Of some of the common ways many vertuous women take to lose their reputation, &c. II. Of meer beauty-love, &c. III. Of young mens folly in adoring young handsom ladies, &c. IV. Of the power womens beauty exercises over most young men. V. Of the inconstancy of most ladies, especially such as are cry'd-up beauties, &c. VI. Of marriage, and of wives who usurp a governing power over their husbands. VII. Of the inequality of many marriages, with the sad end that usually attend such matches. VIII. Against maids marrying for meer love, &c. IX. Against widows marrying. X. Against keeping of misses. XI. Of the folly of such women as think to shew their wit by censuring of their neighbours. XII. Of the French fashions and dresses, &c. XIII. Of worldly praises which all ladies love to receive, but few strive to deserve. XIV. Useful advices to the vain and modish ladies, for the well regulating their beauty and lives. By the right honourable Francis Lord Viscount Shannon.
Sharp, James, 1613-1679. / [1657] A true representation of the rise, progresse, and state of the present divisions of the Church of Scotland
Sharp, Jane, Mrs. / [1671] The midwives book, or, The whole art of midwifry discovered.: Directing childbearing women how to behave themselves in their conception, breeding, bearing, and nursing of children in six books, viz. ... / By Mrs. Jane Sharp practitioner in the art of midwifry above thirty years.
Sharp, John, 1645-1714. / [1699] To the reverend clergy of the Diocese of York:
Sharp, John, 1645-1714. / [1691] The things that make for peace delivered in a sermon preached before the right honourable the Lord Mayor, and the Court of Aldermen, at Guild-Hall-Chappel, upon the 23 of August, 1674 / by John Sharpe, D.D., now Lord Arch-bishop of York.
Sharp, John, 1645-1714. / [MDCXCV 1695] A practical discourse of the sin against the Holy Ghost: shewing plainly, I. What it is. II. How any person may certainly know, whether he has been guilty of it. : Designed to bring incouragement to the faithful penitent, tranquility of mind to the obedient, joys to them that love; and the returning sinner from desperation.
Sharp, John, 1645-1714. / [1700] La doctrine de l'obeèissance passive sermon sur ce paroles de St Paul a Tite, Chap. III, vers 1 : exhortez les áa ãetre sujets aux principautez, & aux puissances, & áa obeir aux magistrats : prononcé áa Westmunster devant la Chambre de Pairs le 30, Janvier 1700 / par Monseigneur l'Archevesque d'York ; traduit de l'Anglois par Jaques Sartre.
Sharp, John, 1645-1714. / [1694] The government of the thoughts a sermon preach'd before the King and Queen at White-Hall, the 4th of March, being the 2d Sunday in Lent, 1693/4 / by ... John, Lord Arch-bishop of York.
Sharp, John, 1645-1714. / [1700] Fifteen sermons preach'd on several occasions the last of which was never before printed / by ... John, Lord Arch-Bishop of York ...
Sharp, John, 1645-1714. / [MDCLXXXVIII. 1688] A discourse of conscience. The second part. Concerning a doubting conscience.
Sharp, Thomas, 1633-1693. / [1700] Tanòhumim, or, Divine comforts antidoting inward perplexities of mind in a discourse upon Psal. XCIV, ver. 19 / by T. Sharp ... ; with some short remarks upon the author.
Sharpe, Henry, ironmonger. / [1690?] Henry Sharpe Ironmonger, at the Three Golden Keys in Grace-church-street, ...
Sharpe, Leonel, 1559-1631. / [1603] Dialogus inter Angliam & Scotiam. Authore Leonello Sharpe, sacræ Theologiæ Doctore.
Sharpe, Leonel, 1559-1631. / [1616] A looking-glasse for the Pope. Wherein he may see his owne face, the expresse image of Antichrist. Together with the Popes new creede, containing 12. articles of superstition and treason, set out by Pius the 4. and Paul the 5. masked with the name of the Catholike faith: refuted in two dialogues. Set forth by Leonel Sharpe Doctor in Diuinitie, and translated by Edward Sharpe Bachelour in Diuinitie.
Sharpe, Lewes. / [1681] Separation convicted of profanation, oppression, persecution, [brace] rebellion, self-destruction, and antichristianism being a further evidence of the mischief of separation, as asserted by the most learned and pious Dr. Edw. Stillingfleet, Dean of St. Pauls / by Lewes Sharpe, rector of Moreton-Hampstead in Devon.
Sharpe, Lewes. / [MDCLXXIX. 1679] The reward of diligence. By Lewes Sharpe, rector of Moreton-Hampstead in the county of Devon.
Sharpe, Lewes. / [M DC XCI. 1691] The Church of England's doctrine of non-resistance, justified and vindicated as truly rational and Christian; and the damnable nature of rebellious resistance represented. By Lewes Sharp, rector of Morton Hampstead, in Devon.
Sharpe, W. / [Iune 23 ? 1647] The Kings Majesties most gracious message to the Parliament by Sir Peter Killegrew.: Sent from the commissioners with His Majestie at Newmarket, about His Majesties being at Richmond, and coming to his Parliament at Westminster, for setling of the kingdome in a safe and well grounded peace. His Majesty to come on Thursday next. And His Majesties resolution for passing such acts as shall tend to the peace of the kingdome.
Sharrock, Robert, 1630-1684. / [1682] The royal table of the laws of humane nature.
Sharrock, Robert, 1630-1684. / [1660 i.e. 1659] The history of the propagation & improvement of vegetables by the concurrence of art and nature:: shewing the several ways for the propagation of plants usually cultivated in England, as they are increased by seed, off-sets, suckers, truncheons, cuttings, slips, laying, circumposition, the several ways of graftings and inoculations; as likewise the methods for improvement and best culture of field, orchard, and garden plants, the means used for remedy of annoyances incident to them; with the effect of nature, and her manner of working upon the several endeavors and operations of the artist. Written according to observations made from experience and practice: / by Robert Sharrock, Fellow of New Colledge.
Sharrock, Robert, 1630-1684. / [1673] De finibus virtutis Christianæ The ends of Christian religion : which are to avoid eternall wrath from God, [to] enjoy [eternall] happinesse [from God] / justified in several discourses by R.S.
Shaw, Hester. / [printed, 1653] A plaine relation of my sufferings by that miserable combustion, which happened in Tower-street through the unhappy firings of a great quantity of gun-powder, there the 4. of January 1650. Now printed that the world may see what just cause I had to complain of the injuries then done me, and how little reason Mr. Glendon minister of that parish had (especially after three years time and more) to defame me in print as a malicious slanderer of him (though I had strong reason to suspect, I did never positively charge with any thing.) Yet he with as much malice as impertinency, hath inserted his vindication (as he cals it) into his epistle to the reader, put a sermon of his, lately printed, entituled, Justification justified; wherein, however, he hath justified his doctrine, he hath condemned himself (as in reference to me) in the judgement of all rationall persons.
Shaw, John, 1559-1625. / [1618] The blessednes of the Virgin Marie the mother of our Lord Iesvs Christ.
Shaw, John, 1614-1689. / [1652] The pourtraiture of the primitive saints in their actings and sufferings according to Saint Paul's canon and catalogue, Heb. 11. By J.S. Presb. Angl.
Shaw, John, 1614-1689. / [1677] Origo protestantium, or, An answer to a popish manuscript (of N.N.'s.) that would fain make the Protestant Catholick religion bear date at the very time when the Roman popish commenced in the world wherein Protestancy is demonstrated to be elder than popery : to which is added, a Jesuits letter with the answer thereunto annexed / by John Shaw ...
Shaw, John, 1614-1689. / [1685] No reformation of the established reformation by John Shaw ...
Shaw, John, 1614-1689. / [1687] Divine meditations on the last words of our saviour, and the two thieves upon the cross.
Shaw, John, 1614-1689. / [1659] The catalogve of the Hebrevv saints, canonized by St. Paul, Heb. 11th further explained and applied.
Shaw, John, 17th cent. / [1644] Two clean birds, or, The cleaning of the leper as it was unfolded in a sermon preached before the right honourable Ferdinando, Lord Fairfax, Generall of the northern forces, and the most of his army, on the fifth day of February, 1642 (being the Lords day, and by his honor appointed to bee kept as a fast upon speciall occasion) at Selbie, in the West Riding of the county of Yorke / by Iohn Shaw, pastor to the church at Rotheram in the same county.
Shaw, John, inventor. / [1636] Soli gloria Deo. Certaine rare and nevv inventions for the manuring and improving of all sorts of ground: Published by the author, for the helpe and instruction of all those that having any barraine land or other, and that are desirous to use the same unto their best profit and the publique good.
Shaw, John, writer on agriculture. / [1637] Certaine easie and profitable points in husbandrie for the improving and making of ground fertile, for the increasing and preserving of tymber, and for the gathering in of corne, in late and wet harvests.
Shaw, John, writer on agriculture. / [1637?] How to order any land, so as it may reteyne all the moysture that falleth thereon, and to improve it thereby
Shaw, Samuel, 1635-1696. / [1666] The voice of one crying in a wilderness, or, The business of a Christian, both antecedaneous to, concomitant of, and consequent upon, a sore and heavy visitation represented in several sermons / first preacht to his own family, lying under such visitation, and now made publike as a thank-offering to the Lord his healer by S.S. ...
Shaw, Samuel, 1635-1696. / [MDCLXXXIII 1683] The true Christians test, or, A discovery of the love and lovers of the world by Samuel Shaw ...
Shaw, Samuel, 1635-1696. / [1660] Samuel in sackcloth: or, A sermon assaying to restrain our bitter animosities,: and commending a spirit of moderation, and right consittution of soul and behaviour towards our brethren. Upon I Samuel 15.35. By S.S.
Shaw, Samuel, 1635-1696. / [MDCLX. 1660] A receipt for the state-palsie. Or, A direction for the setling the government of the nation:: delivered in a sermon upon Proverbs 25.5. By S.S.
Shaw, Samuel, 1635-1696. / [1692] Poikilophronesis, or, The different humours of men
Shaw, Samuel, 1635-1696. / [1661] A looking-glasse, or, Paralel, opposing the prophane, carnall professor, and true beleiver, one to the other.
Shaw, Samuel, 1635-1696. / [1667] Immanuel, or, A discovery of true religion as it imports a living principle in the minds of men, grounded upon Christ's discourse with the Samaritaness : being the latter clause of The voice crying in a wilderness, or, A continuation of the angelical life / mostly composed at the same time by S.S.
Shaw, Samuel, 1635-1696. / [1658] Holy things for holy men: or, The lawyers plea non-suited, his evidence proved insufficient, his foul mouth civilly wiped, and his arrogant railings admonished, and bridled;: in some Christian reproofe and pitie expressed towards Mr Prynn's book; intituled, The Lord's supper briefly vindicated, (or rather indeed by him therein exposed, vilified, and profaned: and the conscientious ministry therein abused, injured, and affronted. By S.S. minister of the gospel.
Shaw, Samuel, 1635-1696. / [1678] The great commandment. A discourse upon Psal. 73. 25. shewing that God is all things to a religious soul. Being a further explication of a short discourse called, The angelical life, formerly written by the same author S.S.
Shaw, Samuel, 1635-1696. / [1698] Advice to young persons, relating both to faith & practice: contain'd in some plain directions how to demean themselves : together with some few motives to the observation of what is here recommended.
Shaw, Samuel, 1635-1696. / [1692] Adam Abel, or, Vain man a discourse fitted for funeral occasions, but serviceable to men in all ages and conditions of life to make them humble and heavenly-minded / by Samuel Shaw ...
Shawe, John, 1608-1672. / [1649] Britannia rediviva: or the proper and soveraign remedy for the healing and recovering of these three distracted nations;: as it was prescribed in a sermon preached in the minster at York, at the Assizes there held on Thursday morning, August 9. 1649. Before the Right Honorable Judges, the Right Worshipful the High Sheriff, the justices of peace, gentry, and others of the county of York. / By John Shaw, master of arts, sometimes of Christs Colledg in Cambridg, and now preacher of Gods Word at Kingston upon Hull.
Shawe, John, 1608-1672. / [1646] The three kingdomes case: or, Their sad calamities, together with their causes and cure.: Laid down in a sermon preached at a publique fast at Kingston upon Hull. With some very remarkable passages of providence worthy of generall observation. /
Shawe, John, 1608-1672. / [in the yeare 1643] A broken heart, or The grand sacrifice.: As it was laid out in a sermon preached at St. Maries in Beverley, in the East-riding of the county of Yorke, upon the monthly fast-day in Christmas-weeke, being Decemb. 28. 1642. By John Shawe, pastor of the church at Rotherham in the same county.
Shawe, John, 1608-1672. / [1650] Eikåon basilikåe, or, The princes royal being the sum of a sermon preached in the minister of York on the Lords-Day morning (in the Assize week) March 24, 1650 ... / by John Shavve.
Sheffeild, John, d. 1680. / [1659] The sinfulnesse of evil thoughts: or, a discourse, wherein, the chambers of imagery are unlocked:: the cabinet of the heart opened. The secrets of the inner-man disclosed. In the particular discovery of the numerous evil thoughts, to be found in the most of men, with their various, and severall kinds, sinful causes, sad effects, and proper remedies or cures. Together with directions how to observe and keep the heart; the highest, hardest, nad most necessary work of him that would be a real Christian. / By Jo. Sheffeild Pastor of Swithins London.
Sheffeild, John, d. 1680. / [1658. i.e. 1657] The hypocrites ladder, or looking-glasse. Or A discourse of the dangerous and destructive nature of hypocrisie,: the reigning and provoking sin of this age. Wherein is shewed how far the hypocrite, or formal professor may go towards heaven, yet utterly perish, by three ladders of sixty steps of his ascending. Together with a looking-glass, clearly discovering that lurking sin of hypocrisie. As also another glass to try sincerity of grace by. / By Jo. Sheffeild minister of the word at Swithins London.
Sheffeild, John, d. 1680. / [1650] A good conscience the strongest hold.: A treatise of conscience, handling the nature acts offices use of conscience. The description qualifications properties severall sorts of good conscience. The excellency necessity utility happiness of such a conscience. The markes to know motives to get meanes to keep it. By John Sheffeild, Minister of Swythins London.
Sheffeild, John, d. 1680? / [1672] Antapologia, or, A discourse of excuses setting forth the variety and vanity of them, the sin and misery brought in by them, as being the greatest bar in the way to heaven, and the ready high way to hell : being the common snare wherein most of the children of men are intangled and ruined / by Jo. Sheffield ...
Sheldon, Gilbert, 1598-1677. / [1660] Davids deliverance and thanksgiving.: A sermon preached before the King at VVhitehall upon June 28. 1660. being the day of solemn thanksgiving for the happy return of His Majesty. By Gilbert Sheldon, D.D. and Dean of His Majesties Chappell Royall. Published by His Majesties speciall command.
Sheldon, Richard, d. 1642? / [1616] A suruey of the miracles of the Church of Rome, prouing them to be antichristian. Wherein are examined and refuted the six fundamentall reasons of Iohn Flood Ignatian, published by him in defence of popish miracles. By Richard Sheldon Catholike priest, and sometimes in the Church of Rome Mr. Floods colleague.
Sheldon, Richard, d. 1642? / [1625] A sermon preached at Paules Crosse laying open the Beast, and his marks. Vpon the 14. of the Reuelations, vers. 9.10.11. By Richard Sheldon, a conuert from out of Babylon. Doctor in Diuinitie, His Maiesties chaplaine.
Sheldon, Richard, d. 1642? / [1612] The motiues of Richard Sheldon pr. for his iust, voluntary, and free renouncing of communion with the Bishop of Rome, Paul the 5. and his Church. Published by authority.
Sheldon, Richard, d. 1642? / [1634] Mans last end the glorious vision and fruition of God. By Richard Sheldon Doctor in Divinity, one of his Maiesties chaplines.
Sheldon, Richard, d. 1642? / [1612] The first sermon of R. Sheldon priest, after his conuersion from the Romish Church preached before an honourable assembly at S. Martins in the Field, vpon Passion Sunday, &c. Published by authoritie.
Sheldon, Richard, d. 1642? / [1622] Christ, on his throne; not in popish secrets. A prophecie of Christ, against his pretended presence in popish secrets; laid open in a sermon preached before his Maiestie at Wansted certaine yeares agoe, and since much inlarged, and (vpon request) preached else where. By Richard Sheldon, Doctor in Diuinitie, his Maiesties chaplaine. In the preface whereof, there is also a briefe inquirie made by him, into a late sermon, stiled, The communion of saints.
Shelley, Peter, b. 1650 or 1. / [1700] A sermon preach'd before the honourable society of the natives of the most ancient county-palatine and city of Chester at St Mary le Bow, London, December 7th 1699. Published at the request of the stewards. By Peter Shelley, M.A. Rector of Woodford in Essex.
Shelton, Thomas, 1601-1650? / [1640] A centurie of similies. By Thomas Shelton.
Shelton, William, d. 1699. / [1681] A peaceable plea for union and peace in an expostulatory address to the conformist and non-conformist being an appendix to a late discourse of superstition &c. / by W.S.
Shelton, William, d. 1699. / [MDCXC 1690] A sermon at the funeral of Mr. Christopher Glascock, the late eminent school-master of Felsted in Essex preached there Jan. 22, 1689/90, by William Shelton ...
Shelton, William, d. 1699. / [1650] Moral vertues baptized Christian, or, The necessity of morality among Christians by William Shelton, M.A., late fellow of Jesus Colledge in Cambridge, and now vicar of Bursted Magna in Essex.
Shelton, William, d. 1699. / [1680] Divine providence, the support of good men under all events a sermon preached before the Lord Mayor, &c. at Guild-Hall Chappel, June 20th, 1680 / by William Shelton, rector of St. James, Colchester.
Shelton, William, d. 1699. / [1678] A discourse of superstition with respect to the present times wherein the Church of England is vindicated from the imputation, and the the charge retorted not only on the papists, but also on men of other perswasions / by William Shelton ...
Shepard, Thomas, 1605-1649. / [1652] Subjection to Christ in all his ordinances, and appointments, the best means to preserve our liberty.: Together with a treatise of ineffectual hearing the word; how we may know whether we have heard the same effectually: and by what means it may be come effectual unto us. With some remarkable passages of his life. By Tho. Shephard, late pastor of the Church of Christ in Cambridge in New-England. Now published by Mr. Jonathan Michell pastor of the said church in New England.
Shepard, Thomas, 1605-1649. / [Printed in the yeere, 1642] The saints iewell, shevving hovv to apply the promise: In a sermon preached by Thomas Shepheard.
Shepard, Thomas, 1605-1649. / [1648] The clear sun-shine of the gospel breaking forth upon the Indians in Nevv-England. Or, An historicall narration of Gods wonderfull workings upon sundry of the Indians,: both chief governors and common-people, in bringing them to a willing and desired submission to the ordinances of the gospel; and framing their hearts to an earnest inquirie after the knowledge of God the Father, and of Jesus Christ the Saviour of the world. / By Mr. Thomas Shepard minister of the gospel of Jesus Christ at Cambridge in New-England.
Shepard, Thomas, 1605-1649. / [1657] [Y cywir ddychwelwr.]
Shephard, Thomas, 1605-1649. / [Re-printed in the year, 1695] Certain select cases resolved. Specially, tending to the right ordering of the heart, that we may comfortably walk with God in our general and particular callings. / By Thomas Shephard, sometimes of Emanuel College in Cambridge; now preacher of Gods word in New-England.
Shepheard, John. / [1652?] Certaine proposals for regulating the law to make the same more plaine and easie to bee understood, and lesse chargeable and expensive then heretofore.
Shepherd, Luke, fl. 1548. / [1548?] John Bon and Mast Person
Shepherd, Luke, fl. 1548. / [1548?] A pore helpe The buklar and defence of mother holy kyrke, and weapē to driue hence al that against her wircke..
Sheppard, Mr. / [1686] A catalogue of the libraries of Mr. Sheppard, late of London and of another gentleman deceased : which will be exposed to sale by auction at Mr. Thomas Wards, upholster, at the Boars-Head in Cornhill on Thursday the 16th of this instant December 1686.
Sheppard, S. (Samuel) / [1646] The yeare of jubile: or, Englands releasment, purchased by Gods immediate assistance, and powerfull aiding of her renowmed Parliament and the forces raised by them:: under the command of the right valiant, prosperous, and pious generall, Sir Thomas Fairfax. Being a summarie of all the atchievements, victories, and remarkable procedings of the armies aforesaid, from the late famous battail of Nasby, fought Iune 14, 1645, to the late reducement of Oxford and Faringdon. Together with a true and perfect list of the prisoners, arms, and ammunition, taken at each fight, and in each garison. And published at the desire of many worthy persons of this kingdom. / By S. Sheppard. Printed according to the order of Parliament.
Sheppard, S. (Samuel) / [1652] The vveepers: or, the bed of snakes broken.: Wit vitiated, and made a pander to wickednesse; instanced in a pack of knaves (calling themselves servants to the late King) worthy the anger of the present age; and the wonder and indignation of all posterity. Six cupping-glasses, clapt to the cloven feet of the six dæmons, who govern the times by turns from Munday to Saturday annually. / By S.S.
Sheppard, S. (Samuel) / [1646] The times displayed in six sestyads:: the first [brace] a Presbyter, an Independent. The second [brace] an Anabaptist and a Brownist. The third [brace] an Antinomian and a Familist. The fourth [brace] a Libertine and an Arminian. The fift [brace] a Protestant and eke a Papist. All these dispute in severall tracts, and be divulgers, as of truth, so fallacie. The sixt [brace] Apollo, grieves to see the times so pester'd with mechanicks slavish rimes.
Sheppard, S. (Samuel) / [Printed in the yeere 1647] The second part of The committee-man curried.: By the first author, S.S.
Sheppard, S. (Samuel) / [1650] The loves of Amandus and Sophronia, historically narrated a piece of rare contexture, inriched with many pleasing odes and sonnets, occasioned by the jocular or tragicall occurrences hapning in the progresse of the historie : disposed into three books or tracts / by Samuel Sheppard.
Sheppard, S. (Samuel) / [1651] The joviall crevv, or, The devill turn'd Ranter:: being a character of the roaring Ranters of these times. / Represented in a comedie, containing a true discovery of the cursed conversations, prodigious pranks, monstrous meetings, private performances, rude revellings, garrulous greetings, impious and incorrigible deporements of a sect (lately sprung up amongst us) called Ranters. Their names sorted to their severall natures, and both lively presented in action.
Sheppard, S. (Samuel) / [1654] Good-ale monopolized, and the tapsters persecuted: or Iustice, right, or wrong.:
Sheppard, S. (Samuel) / [1646] The famers fam'd or An answer, to two seditious pamphlets, the one intituled The just man in bonds, the other A pearle in a dunghill, written in the behalfe of that notorious lyar, and libeller John Lilburne.: Also a full reply, with a confutation of certaine objections devised by the trayterous author of a seditious and unparraled [sic] libell, intituled A remonstrance of many thousand citizens, and other free borne people of England, to their owne House of Commons, &c. Wherein the wickednesse of the authors, and their abettors, the destructive courses of the sectaries, and their adherors is amply discovered. So that all (not wilfully blind) may cleerely see, that they are men stirred up by mans enemie, the Devill, as to ruine themselves, so this poore nation, that yet lies bedrid of her wounds lately received. And ought to be avoided as serpents, to be contemned as abjects, and to be delivered over to Satan, as blasphemers and reprobates. / Written by S. Shepheard.
Sheppard, S. (Samuel) / [1646] The false alarum or, An answer to a libell lately published, entituled, An alarum to the House of Lords, against their insolent usurpation of the Commons liberties, and the rights of this nation.: Wherein the insolency and lying vanities of the author or authors, is described, the libertie of the subject discussed, and the just rights of the Lords vindicated. / Written by S. Shepheard.
Sheppard, S. (Samuel) / [1652] Discoveries, or, An exploration and explication of some enigmatical verities hitherto not handled by any author viz., in the written Word of God, in the commentaries of the fathers, in the cabal of the stoicks, many choice inferences and unheard of (yet considerable) nicities [sic] never proposed : also A seraphick rhapsodie on the passion of Jesus Christ our sole redeemer / by S. Sheppard.
Sheppard, S. (Samuel) / [1651] Epigrams theological, philosophical, and romantick also the Socratick session, or, The arraignment and conviction of Julius Scaliger : with other select poems / by S. Sheppard.
Sheppard, S. (Samuel) / [Printed anno Dom. 1647] The committee-man curried.: A comedy presented to the view of all men. / Written by S. Sheppard. A piece discovering the corruption of committee-men, and excise-men; the unjust sufferings of the royall party, the divellish hypocrisie of some round-heads, the revolt for gaine of some ministers. Not without pleasant mirth, and variety.
Sheppard, S. (Samuel) / [1646] Animadversions upon Iohn Lilburnes two last books,: the one intituled Londons liberty in chaines discovered. the other An anatomy of the Lords cruelty. Published according to order.
Sheppard, Samuel. / [1650] St. George for England, and St. Dennis for France, O hony soite qui maly pance, To an excellent new tune.
Sheppard, William, d. 1675? / [1648] The touch-stone of common assurances. Or, A plain and familiar treatise, opening the learning of the common assurances or conveyances of the kingdome.: By VVilliam Sheppard Esquire, sometimes of the Middle Temple.
Sheppard, William, d. 1675? / [1658] Sincerity and hypocricy. Or, the sincere Christian, and hypocrite in their lively colours, standing one by the other.: Very profitable for this religion professing time. / By W.S. Serjeant at Law. Together with a tract annexed to prove; that true grace doth not lye so much in the degree as in the nature of it.
Sheppard, William, d. 1675? / [1656] A survey of the county judicatures commonly called the county court, hundred court, and court baron wherein the nature and use of them, and the way and order of keeping them is opened for the great ease and profit of all such as have occasion to keep, or use them / by William Sheppard.
Sheppard, William, d. 1675? / [1694] A sermon preached at the funeral of Mr. William Ladson, Junior, at Tichmarsh in the county of Northampton by William Sheppard ...
Sheppard, William, d. 1675? / [165-?] The offices of constables, church wardens, overseers of the poor, supravisors of the high-wayes, treasurers of the county-stock and some other lesser country officers plainly and lively set forth by William Sheppard.
Sheppard, William, d. 1675? / [1674] Proposals for the printing a grand abridgment of all the common statute law of England to this present year, 1674 / by W. Sheppard Esquire.
Sheppard, William, d. 1675? / [1654] The parsons guide: or The lavv of tithes.: Wherein is shewed, who must pay tythes, and to whom, and of what things, when, and how they must be paid, and how they may be recovered at this day, and how a man may be discharged of payment thereof. By W.S. Esq;
Sheppard, William, d. 1675? / [1659] Of corporations, fraternities, and guilds. Or, a discourse, wherein the learning of the law touching bodies-politique is unfolded,: shewing the use and necessity of that invention, the antiquity, various kinds, order and government of the same. Necessary to be known not only of all members and dependants of such bodies; but of all the professours of our common law. With forms and presidents, of charters of corporation. / By William Shepheard, serjeant at law.
Sheppard, William, d. 1675? / [1649] Of the foure last and greatest things: death, iudgement, heaven and hell.: The description of the happinesse of heaven, and misery of hell, by way of antithesis. With the way or means to passe through death, and judgement, into heaven, and to avoid hell. / By VVilliam Shepheard, Esquire.
Sheppard, William, d. 1675? / [1660] The justice of the peace, his clarks cabinet, or, A book of presidents, or warrants, fitted and made ready to his hand for every case that may happen within the compass of his masters office for the ease of the justice of peace, and more speedy dispatch of justice / by William Shepard ...
Sheppard, William, d. 1675? / [1659] A new survey of the justice of peace his office·: Wherein is briefly, yet clearly opened the severall parts thereof: and what one, or more justices of peace may do therein, in, or out of the sessions of the peace, by all the laws made to this day; and now in force. With the names, or times, of the statutes, acts, and ordinances themselves, relating to this office. Alphabetically set down under apt titles. / By W.S. Serjeant at Law.
Sheppard, William, d. 1675? / [Printed in the year, 1648] An ansvver to the scandalous aspersions of committees, by Mr. Walter Powell, in his booke, called, Newes for newters, &c. and in his epistles preceding his booke. By William Sheppard Esquire, one of the members of the committee for Gloucester, Hereford, &c.
Sheppard, William, d. 1675? / [1662] Action upon the case for slander, or, A methodical collection under certain heads of thousands of cases dispersed in the many great volumns of the law, of what words are actionable and what not and of a conspiracy, and of a libel : being a treatise of very great use and consequence to all men, especially in these times, wherein actions for slander are more common than in times past : with an exact table annexed for the ready finding out of any thing therein / by W. Sheppard.
Sheppard, William, d. 1724. / [1695] A discourse on the love of Christ, by William Sheppard, A.M. and minister of the Gospel at Oundle in Northamptonshire.
Sheppey, Thomas. / [1682] Ta proz eirenen, the things that belong unto peace, or, A seasonable discourse for these factious times delivered lately in a sermon before the judges at St. Maries in Nottingham at the assizes there, and now printed at the command of some persons of honour ; to which is annexed A short and modest apology for the author and book of the several weighty considerations, humbly recommended to the serious perusal of all, but more especially to the Roman Catholicks of England, by Thomas Sheppey ...
Sherdley, R. / [1699] Reasons for conformity to the Church of England, as by law establish'd. By R. Sherdley, who was formerly a Presbyterian minister in the city of Kilkeny, in Ireland.
Sheridan, Thomas, 1646-ca. 1688. / [1681?] Mr. Sheridan's speech after his examination before the late House of Commons on Wednesday the 15th of December, 1680
Sheridan, William, 1636-1711. / [1685] S. Pauls confession of faith, or, A brief account of his religion by William Lord Bishop of Kilmore and Ardagh.
Sheridan, William, 1636-1711. / [1665] A sermon preach'd at the funeral of the Right Honorable Sir Maurice Eustace Kt. late Lord Chancelor of Ireland at St. Patrick's Dublin the fifth day of July 1665 : together with a short account of his life and death / by W.S.B.D.
Sheringham, Robert, 1602-1678. / [1645] Two sermons preached in St. Maries Church in Cambridge.: By Robert Sheringham, Master of Arts, and Fellow of Gunvil and Caius Colledge.
Sheringham, Robert, 1602-1678. / [1660] The Kings supremacy asserted. Or A remonstrance of the Kings right against the pretended Parliament. By Robert Sheringham M.A. and Fellow of Gunvill, and Caius-Colledge in Cambridge:
Sherley, Anthony, poet. / [1604] VVitts nevv dyall: or, A schollers prize
Sherley, Anthony, Sir, 1565-1635? / [1600] A true report of Sir Anthony Shierlies iourney ouerland to Venice fro[m] thence by sea to Antioch, Aleppo, and Babilon, and soe to Casbine in Persia: his entertainment there by the great Sophie: his oration: his letters of credence to the Christian princes: and the priuiledg obtained of the great Sophie, for the quiet passage and trafique of all Christian marchants, throughout his whole dominions.
Sherley, William. / [1662] The excellence of the order of the Church of England, under Episcopal government set forth in a sermon at the visitation at Blandford, Anno 1640 / by William Sherley ...
Sherling, L. / [1677] The life of the blessed St. Agnes virgin and martyr in prose and verse / by L. Sherling.
Sherlock, R. (Richard), 1612-1689. / [M DC LXXV. 1675] The second part of The practical Christian consisting of meditations, and Psalms illustrated with notes, or paraphrases; relating to the hours of prayer, the ordinary actions of day and night, and several dispositions of men. By R. Sherlock, D.D. Rector of Winwick.
Sherlock, R. (Richard), 1612-1689. / [MDCLXXVII. 1677] The third part of The practical Christian consisting of meditations, and Psalms illustrated with notes, or paraphrased, relating to the hours of praier, the ordinary actions of day and night, and severall dispositions of men. By R. Sherlock D.D. Rector of Winwick.
Sherlock, R. (Richard), 1612-1689. / [1687] Several short, but seasonable discourses touching common and private prayer relating to the publick offices of the church. By R. Sherlock, D.D. Rector of Winwick, and author of The Practical Christian.
Sherlock, R. (Richard), 1612-1689. / [1669] A sermon preached at a visitation, held at Warrington in Lancashire May 11. 1669. By Ric. Sherlock D.D. Rector of Winwick in Lancashire. Imprimatur, June 18, 1669. Tho. Tomkyns, reverendisimo in Christo patri ac Domino, Dom. Gilb. Arch. Cantuar. a Sacr. Dom.
Sherlock, R. (Richard), 1612-1689. / [1654] The Qvakers wilde questions objected against the ministers of the Gospel,: and many sacred acts and offices of religion. With brief answers thereunto. Together with A discourse of the Holy Spirit, his impressions and workings on the sovls of men. Very seasonable for these times. / By R. Sherlock, B.D.
Sherlock, R. (Richard), 1612-1689. / [1656 i.e. 1655] The Quakers wilde questions objected against the ministers of the Gospel, and many sacred acts and offices of religion.: With brief answers thereunto. Together with a discourse [brace] 1. Of the Holy Spirit of God, his impressions and workings on the souls of men. 2. Of divine revelation, mediate and immediate. 3. Of error, heresie, and schism: the nature, kindes, causes, reasons, and dangers thereof: with directions for avoiding the same. All very seasonable for these times. / By R. Sherlock, B D. at Borwick-Hal in Lancashire.
Sherlock, R. (Richard), 1612-1689. / [1656] The principles of holy Christian religion, or, The catechism of the Church of England paraphrazed for the use of Borwick-Hall.
Sherlock, R. (Richard), 1612-1689. / [1692] Practical meditations upon the four last things viz. I. Death, II. Judgment, III. Hell, IV. Heaven / by R. Sherlock ...
Sherlock, R. (Richard), 1612-1689. / [MDCLXXVII. 1677] The practical Christian divided into four parts. I. The practice of self-examination, and a form of confession fitted thereunto; the Lord's Praier and penitential Psalms paraphrased; with meditations, and praiers to be made partakers of Christ's merits. II. Directions, meditations and praiers, in order to the worthy receiving of the Holy Communion of the body and bloud of Christ. III. Meditations with Psalms for the hours of praier, the ordinary actions of day and night, with other religious considerations and concerns. IV. Meditations with Psalms--- upon the four last things; 1. Death, 2. Judgment, 3. Hell, 4. Heav[en.] The third and fourth parts make the second volume, formerly called the second part. By R. Sherlock D.D. Rector of Winwick.
Sherlock, R. (Richard), 1612-1689. / [1674] The irregularitie of a private prayer in a publick congregation in a letter to a friend.
Sherlock, R. (Richard), 1612-1689. / [1656] A discourse of the Holy Spirit his workings and impressions on the souls of men : with large additionals.
Sherlock, William, 1641?-1707. / [1695] A sermon preached at the Temple-Church, December 30. 1694 upon the sad occasion of the death of our gracious Queen, and published at the earnest request of several masters of the bench of both societies / by William Sherlock ...
Sherlock, William, 1641?-1707. / [1685] A sermon preached at St. Margarets VVestminster, May 29. 1685. before the Honourable House of Commons. By William Sherlock, D.D. Master of the Temple, and chaplain in ordinary to His Majesty.
Sherlock, William, 1641?-1707. / [MDCLXXXVIII 1688] The second part of the preservative against popery shewing how contrary popery is to the true ends of the Christian religion : fitted for the instruction of unlearned Protestants / by William Sherlock ...
Sherlock, William, 1641?-1707. / [1681] A discourse about church-unity being a defence of Dr. Stillingfleet's unreasonableness of separation, in answer to several late pamphlets, but principally to Dr. Owen and Mr. Baxter / by a presbyter of the Church of England.
Sherlock, William, 1641?-1707. / [1692] A a [sic] letter to a friend, concerning a French invasion, to restore the late King James to his throne: And what may be expected from him, should he be successful in it. Published by authority.
Sherman, Edmund, 17th cent. / [1696] Some proposals, by a merchant, touching the coin.
Sherman, Edmund, 17th cent. / [1681] The second part of the birth and burning of the image called St. Michael, or, A new letter to Mr. Jonathan Saunders, lecturer of All-Saints-Barking being the answer of Mr. Edmund Sherman, late church-warder to a sham libel (without any authors name) called The sham-indictment quashed ...
Sherman, Edmund, 17th cent. / [1681] The birth and burning of the image called S. Michael containing the substance of a narrative lately given into the vestry of All Saints Barkin, London / by Mr. Edmond Sherman ... at laying down his office in Easter week, 1681 ... ; together with a letter to Mr. Jonathan Saunders ... which may serve for an answer to his two late pamphlets entituled, Apparitions, &c. ; introduced with two vestry orders demonstrating not so good reason for its birth as burning ; set up anno 1659/60, burnt anno 1680/81 ...
Sherman, John, d. 1663. / [1641] A Greek in the temple some common-places delivered in Trinity Colledge Chapell in Cambridge upon Acts XVII, part of the 28. verse / by John Sherman ...
Sherman, John, d. 1663. / [1654] White salt: or, A sober correction of a mad world,: in some wel-wishes to goodness. / By John Sherman, B.D.
Sherman, John, d. 1663. / [1664] The infallibility of the Holy Scripture asserted, and the pretended infallibility of the Church of Rome refuted in answer to two papers and two treatises of Father Johnson, a Romanist, about the ground thereof / by John Sherman.
Sherrard, Robert. / [1620] The countryman vvith his houshold. Being a familiar conference, concerning faith towards God, and good workes before men; fitted for the capacitie of the meanest. By R.S. preacher of the word at Arley. See the contents more particularly before the booke.
Sherwin, William, 1607-1687? / [1675?] The true news of the good new world shortly to come (Heb. 2. 5.) for all such as then shall be found real saints with the sudden end of all the enjoyments of this present evil world ...
Sherwin, William, 1607-1687? / [1671] A scheme of the whole book of the Revelation of Jesus Christ of very great use : with the following summarie of Daniels visions &c., for the right understanding of the parallel of that book and the Revelation after set down.
Sherwin, William, 1607-1687? / [1674] Prodromos, or, The fore-runner of the peaceable consideration of Christs peaceful kingdom upon earth also containing many necessary matters ... : unto which are annexed divers things most useful ... / by W. Sherwin ...
Sherwin, William, 1607-1687? / [1665] Prodromos the fore-runner of Christ's peaceable kingdom upon earth.
Sherwin, William, 1607-1687? / [1670?] A plain and evident discovery of the two personal comings of Christ one at the beginning of his thousand years reign, Rev. 20, 4, with his holy and blessed raised saints in the Now [sic] Jerusalem, come down from God out of heaven, Rev. 21, the other after the little space when the thousand years are ended, &c. : whereunto are added many profitable applications of the same doctrine for all sorts of persons.
Sherwin, William, 1607-1687? / [1671] Oukoumenåe melloåosa, the world to come, Heb. 2, 5, or, The doctrine of the Kingdom of God and his Christ to come on earth ... tendred in the mean-time out of faith in his own soul and love towards all men ... / by W.S. ...
Sherwin, William, 1607-1687? / [1670?] Logos peru logou, or, The word written concerning the Word everliving viz. as touching his glorious kingly office on earth to come : witnessing that Jesus Christ shall have a visible glorious kingdome in the world ... / by William Sherwin ...
Sherwin, William, 1607-1687? / [1672] Kleis Euangeliou tou mystikou, or, A key of the doctrines contained in this book for the better perusal thereof with some additions of Christs being heir of all things ... : and Abrahams being heir of the world ... : and of promised and covenant mercies to the father ... / by W.S. ...
Sherwin, William, 1607-1687? / [1670?] Iero-metropolis, or, The holy, the great, the beloved new Jerusalem shortly to come down from God out of heaven : being the work of Gods own hands ... / by William Sherwin ...
Sherwin, William, 1607-1687? / [1674] Exanastasis, or, The saints rising out of the heap or mass of dead bodies contained in the globe of the earth and sea ... Rev. 20. 5 hereunto, by way of preface, is here prefixed the comprisal of the substance of our former parcels ... / by William Sherwin ...
Sherwin, William, 1607-1687? / [1676] Euaggelion aionuon tes oukoumenes tes mellouses, or, The saints first revealed and covenanted mercies shortly approaching as being the main scope of revelation-prophesie : opened and resolved by Christ's divine key of prophesie ... / by W. Sherwin ...
Sherwin, William, 1607-1687? / [1665] Eiphnikon, or, A peaceable consideration of Christ's peaceful kingdom on earth to come Rev. 20. 4, Rev. 5. 10 : to be added to the Prodromos or fore-runner : wherein the proof and confirmation that such a kingdom shal [sic] be is abundantly established ... : whereunto is added an appendix concerning the first resurrection ...
Sherwin, William, 1607-1687? / [1675] Chronoi apykatastaseåoz panton, or, The times of restitution of all things with their neer approach upon the ruine of the beast : manifest by two tracts on Rev. 20.5 & Rev. 21.5 containing the main scope of all Revelation prophecie ... : which said two last tracts may fitly be entituled An alarm to this present world ... / by William Sherwin.
Sherwin, William, 1607-1687? / [1672] The doctrine of Christ's glorious kingdom, or, The New Jerusalem state now shortly approaching, is exceeding comfortable and very advantageous to all faithfull Christians, is manifest by the key and this whole work ...
Sherwin, William, 1607-1687? / [1674] An additional supplement to the Eirenikon, or, Peaceable considerations of Christs peaceful kingdome to come upon the earth in the thousand years Rev. 20, lately published, 1665.
Sherwin, William, 1607-1687? / [1661] [Evangelion aionion eis t aionch] doxotaton, or, A glimpse of gospel glory. The first part together with a short but pithie treatise of Mr. E.D. shewing that Peter was never at Rome : to which is subjoyned as an appendix some pregnant collections by ... H. Nelson ... to a like purpose.
Shewen, William, 1631?-1695. / [1696] William Penn and the Quakers either impostors, or apostates which they please: proved from their avowed principles, and contrary practices. By Trepidantium Malleus.
Shewen, William, 1631?-1695. / [1674] William Penn and the Quaker in unity, the Anabaptist mistaken and in enmity, or, A brief reply to a sheet sent abroad by Jeremy Ives, entituled, William Penn's confutation of a Quaker, or, An answer to a late libel William Shewen.
Shewen, William, 1631?-1695. / [1674] The universality of the light which shines in darkness asserted, and the notions & opinions of Jeremiah Ives (divulged the 24th of the 2d moneth, 1674, in the market place at Crayden in the county of Surrey) detected &c. written and published ... by William Shewen.
Shewen, William, 1631?-1695. / [Printed in the year 1675] The true Christian's faith and experience briefly declared, concerning God, Christ, the Spirit, the Holy Scriptures, the Gospel, and the doctrines thereof also, the titular Christian's faith and profession try'd, examin'd, and judg'd : written for the confirmation, and consolation of the one, and for the information in order to the restoration and salvation of the other : also, a few words to such who are newly turned in their minds to the light within, & are believers in it / by William Shewen.
Shewen, William, 1631?-1695. / [1679] A small treatise concerning evil thoughts and imaginations and concerning good thoughts and heavenly meditations ... / by W. S.
Shewen, William, 1631?-1695. / [1680] A few words concerning the fast which God requires: the antiquity, necessity, and universality of it.
Shewen, William, 1631?-1695. / [Printed in the year 1675] A few vvords concerning conscience what it is; and what estate it was in before transgression. And how it became darkened, defiled and corrupted; and how again it may be enlightened, cleansed, purified and set at liberty, as it was before sin entred. Intermixt with a few words concerning persecution among the diverse sects in Christendom (and upon the face of all the earth); shewing, that they all arise for want of true liberty of conscience; and what that liberty is. William Shewen.
Shewen, William, 1631?-1695. / [1688] A brief testimony for religion shewing that all penal laws, force, and violence against any matters of meer religion and conscience are inconsistant with the doctrines and precepts of Jesus Christ : presented to the consideration of all, but more especially those that may be chosen members of Parliament, that they may see cause to concur with the Kings gracious declaration for liberty of conscience / by a lover of the King and his country, and hater of no man because of his opinion, William Shewen.
Shewen, William, 1631?-1695. / [Printed in the Year, 1686] A brief testimony against tale-bearers, whisperers, and back- biters: shewing that where they are given ear unto amongst friends, neighbors, and relations, or in any Christian society, such can never live in peace, concord and unity / by William Shewen.
Shewen, William, 1631?-1695. / [1675] A brief return to a scandalous paper (said to be) published by Jeremy Ives: by a lover of the true Christians, in scorn called Quakers, W.S.
Shewring, Adam. / [1695] The plain dealing poulterer: or, A poulterer's shop opened with all sorts of ware, and how to know the young from the old, being dead or alive. Also how to feed and fatten fowl in a short time, with other things necessary to be known. Very useful for gentlemen and other[s,] that they may not be deceived. By Adam Shewring, a Poulterer.
Shields, Alexander, 1660?-1700. / [1694?] A letter from Mr Alexander Sheilds, minister to the regiment whereof the late noble Earl of Angus was colonel, now in Flanders: directed to the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, which was to have met at Edinburgh in December 1693.
Shields, Alexander, 1660?-1700. / [1688?] Some notes or heads of a preface and of a lecture Preached at Distinckorn--Hill, in the parish of Gaastoun. April 15. 1688. By master Alexander Shields preacher of the gospel.
Shields, Alexander, 1660?-1700. / [Printed in the year. 1688] An elegie, upon the death, of that famous and faithfull minister and martyr, Mr. James Renwick. Composed immediately after his execution at Edinburgh, 17. Feb. 1688.
Shiers, William. / [1700] A familiar discourse or dialogue concerning the Mine-Adventure
Shippen, W. (William), 1637?-1693. / [1688] The Christians triumph over death a sermon at the funeral of Richard Legh of Lime in the county Palatine of Chester, Esq., at Winwick in the county Palatine of Lancaster Sept. 6. 1687 / W. Shippen ...
Shipton, Mother (Ursula) / [in the year, 1685] The wonderful prophesies of old Mother Shipton, in the time of King Henrie the Eight. concerning Scotland and England. Together with several other very strange prophesies. I. By Ignatius. II. By Sibylla. III. By Merlin. IV. By Brightman. V. By Mr. Truswels, Recorder of Lincoln.
Shipton, Mother (Ursula) / [in the year, 1700] The wonderful prophesies of old Mother Shipton, in the time of Henry VIII concerning Scotland and England. With several strange prophesies by Ignatius, Sibylla, &c.
Shipton, Mother (Ursula) / [1642] A true coppy of Mother Shiptons last prophesies as they were taken from one Joane Waller in the year of our Lord 1625 who died in March last, 1641 being ninety foure yeares of age of whom Mother Shipton had prophesided that she should live to heare of wars within this kingdome but not to see them, also predicting other wonderfull events that should befall in the clymate in these times, with two other strange prophesies threunto annexed, all which were never published before.
Shipton, Mother (Ursula) / [1642] The prophesie of Mother Shipton, in the reigne of King Henry the Eighth: Foretelling the death of Cardinall Wolsey, the Lord Percy and others, as also what should happen in ensuing times.
Shipton, Mother (Ursula) / [1641] The prophesie of Mother Shipton in the raigne of King Henry the Eighth.: Fortelling the death of Cardinall Wolsey, the Lord Percy and others, as also what should happen in insuing times.
Shipton, Mother (Ursula) / [1663] Mother Shiptons prophesies: with three and XX. more, all most terrible and wonderfull, predicting strange alterations to befall this climate of England. Viz. 1. Of K. Richard the III ... 23. A prophesie of David, Cardinall of France, &c.
Shipton, William. / [1668] The myster[y] of afflictions. Being the substance of a sermon discoursed: By W.S. Master of Arts, and Rector of Eskrick.
Shipton, William. / [1659] Dia, a poem to which is added Love made lovely. / By William Shipton published by a friend.
Shirley, James, 1596-1666. / [1661] Love will finde out the way an excellent comedy as it was acted with great applause, by Her Majesties servants, at the Phoenix in Drury Lane / by T.B.
Shirley, James, 1596-1666. / [1649] Via ad latinam linguam complanata the rules composed in English and Latine verse, for the greater delight and benefit of learners / by Jam. Shirley ...
Shirley, James, 1596-1666. / [between 1678 and 1681] The vanity of vain glory. With good advice to those who chuse immediate pleasures here, that they no longer can refuse, the thing which cost so dear. Tuue [sic], The gloryes of our birth and state.
Shirley, James, 1596-1666. / [1633 i.e. 1634] The triumph of peace· A masque, presented by the foure honourable houses, or Innes of Court. Before the King and Queenes Majesties, in the Banquetting-house at White Hall, February the third, 1633. Invented and written, by James Shirley, Gent.
Shirley, James, 1596-1666. / [1660] Manuductio: or, a leading of children by the hand through the principles of grammar. / By Ja: Shirley.
Shirley, James, 1596-1666. / [1633 i.e. 1634] The triumph of peace : A masque, presented by the foure honourable houses, or Innes of Court. Before the King and Queenes Majesties, in the Banquetting-house at White Hall, February the third, 1633. Invented and written, by James Shirley, of Grayes Inne, Gent.
Shirley, James, 1596-1666. / [1692] The traytor a tragedy : with alterations, amendments and additions / written by Mr. Rivers.
Shirley, James, 1596-1666. / [1656] The rudiments of grammar.: The rules composed in English verse, for the greater benefit and delight of young beginners. / By James Shirley.
Shirley, James, 1596-1666. / [1652] The sisters, a comedie, as it was acted at the private house in Black Fryers: written by James Shirley. Never printed before.
Shirley, James, 1596-1666. / [1667] Love tricks, or, The school of complements as it is now acted by His Royal Highnesse the Duke of York's servants at the theatre in Little Lincolns-Inne FIelds ; by J.S.
Shirley, James, 1596-1666. / [1654] Grammaticae Latinae institutiones carminibus concinnatae quibus subjiciuntur commentarioli : et per totam syntaxin regulatim, ipsa Liliana constructio : accesserunt figvrae quae saepiùs occurrunt grammaticales, isagoge poetica de carminum rafione, tropi & schemata rhetorices usitatoria / opera et studio J.S.
Shirley, James, 1596-1666. / [1651] Grammatica Anglo-Latina. An English and Latine grammar. The rules composed in English and Latine verse: for the greater delight and benefit of the learners, By James Shirley.
Shirley, James, 1596-1666. / [1667] The constant maid: or, Love will finde out the way. A comedy. By J.S. As it is now acted at the new playhouse called the Nursery, in Hatton-Garden.
Shirley, James, 1596-1666. / [1652] The doubtful heir. A tragi-comedie, as it was acted at the private house in Black-Friers: written by James Shirley. Never printed before.
Shirley, James, 1596-1666. / [1652] The cardinal, a tragedie, as it was acted at the private house in Black Fryers, wriiten by James Shirley. Not printed before:
Shirley, James, 1596-1666. / [1652] The brothers, a comedie, as it was acted at the private house in Black Fryers: Written by James Shirley. Never printed before.
Shirley, John, fl. 1680-1702. / [1686] The illustrious history of women, or, A compendium of the many virtues that adorn the fair sex represented not only in lively and pathetical discourses grounded upon reason, but in sundry rare examples of virtuous love, piety, prudence, modesty, chastity, patience, hnmility [sic], temperance, conduct, constancy, and firmness of mind ... : with the prophesies and predictions of the Sybils ... : the whole work enrich'd and intermix'd with curious poetry and delicate fancie sutable to so charming a subject.
Shone, Shinkin ap. / [1654] Shinkin ap Shone her Prognostication for the ensuing yeer, 1654.: Fore-telling what admirable events are like to fall out in the horizon of Little Britain beyond Mawburn Hills, and in all other places in Europe, Asia, Africa, and America. As also a true storie of the beginning of the Welsh-men, their rise and progresse, and how they came first to inhabit the Welsh mountains, never heretofore discovered either in print or writing, and even now published for the comfort and consolation of aul her countreymen now living, and for the nenefot of posterity. Likewise an astrological prediction, concerning the gazing star, seen by thousands of people in and about London, the 22. and 23 of February 1653.
Shone, Shinkin ap. / [1647] The honest VVelch-cobler,: for her do scorne to call her selfe the simple Welch-cobler: although her thinkes in all her consciences, if her had as many as would stand betweene Paules and Sharing-Crosse that her have not so much wit as her prother cobler of America yet her thinke her may have as much knavery; and though her have not so much Creek, which her holds to be heathenish; nor Hebrew, which her holds to be Shewish language; nor Latine, which is the language of Rome, yet her shall endever her selfe to reliver her selfe in as cood tialect as her can for her hait plood, for the petter understanding of all her friends and kindred, whether comro or siss, wherein her shall find variety of councells, profitable instructions, seasonable cautions, to prevent tangers that may come upon all her countrymen here; her also shall find some truth, little honesty, some wit, and a creat teale of knaverie. / By Shinkin ap Shone, ap Griffith, ap Gearard, ap Shiles, ap Shoseph, ap Lewis, ap Laurance, ap Richard, ap Thomas, ap Sheffre, ap Sheames, ap Taffie, ap Harie, all shentlemen in Wales.
Shones, Shon ap. / [1641. i.e. 1642] The Welshmans answer, to that false petition which was printed of her reputation, and protestation made in her vindication of her defamed reputation.: Written by me, Shon op Shones, by the consent of her cosins of creat qualitie; Wilham Powell, Shonny Morgan, and her cosin Cadwalladore, and her cosin Criffen, and her cosin Shenkin. Cots plutter a nailes, if her tid put know how tid so apuse us, her would would have them py their long tusks, and pumble her nose soundly.
Shones, Shon ap. / [June 7, 1642] The Welchmens prave [sic] resolution in defence of her king, her Pritish [sic] Parliament, and her country against te [sic] malignant party / subscribed by Shon, ap William, ap Richard, ap Thomas, ap Meredith, ap Evans, ap Loyd, ap Price, ap Hugh, ap Rowland, ap Powel, ap Shinkin, ap Shones.
Short, Ames, 1615 or 16-1697. / [1660] God save the King: or, A sermon preach'd at Lyme-Regis May 18. 1660. at the solemn proclamation of his most Excellent Majesty Charles the II.: by the grace of God, of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, King, defender of the faith. / By Ames Short M.A. minister there.
Short, J. / [1641] Sololoqvies theologicall. I am alone, and yet I am not alone, for the Father is with mee. By J. S. Gent.
Short, Richard, d. 1668. / [1656] Peri psychroposias, of drinking water against our novelists, that prescribed it in England : whereunto is added, peri thermoposias, of warm drink, and is an answer to a treatise of warm drink, printed at Cambridge / by Richard Short ...
Shower, Bartholomew, Sir, 1658-1701. / [1698] The substance of Sir Bartholomew Shower's speech at the Guild-Hall, Exon, August 19th, 1698 upon declaring the poll for the burgesses of that city elected to serve in this present Parliament.
Shower, Bartholomew, Sir, 1658-1701. / [1689?] The third and last part of the magistracy and government of England vindicated with reasons for a general act of indemnity &c.
Shower, Bartholomew, Sir, 1658-1701. / [1689?] A second vindication of the magistracy and government of England by way of an answer to the several replies &c.
Shower, Bartholomew, Sir, 1658-1701. / [1696] The master of the Temple as bad a lawyer as the Dean of Pauls is a divine in a letter from a gentleman of the Temple, to his (quondam) tutor in Oxford, about the law part of Dr. Sherlock's modest examiniation of the Oxford decree.
Shower, Bartholomew, Sir, 1658-1701. / [MDCXC 1690] The magistracy and government of England vindicated in three parts : containing I. A justification of the English method of proceedings against criminals, &c. II. An answer to several replies, &c. III. Several reasons for a general act of indempnity.
Shower, Bartholomew, Sir, 1658-1701. / [1698] Cases in Parliament, resolved and adjudged, upon petitions, and writs of error
Shower, Bartholomew, Sir, 1658-1701. / [1683] An antidote against poison. Composed of some remarks upon the paper printed by the direction of the Lady Russel, and mentioned to have been delivered by the Lord Russel to the sheriffs at the place of his execution.
Shower, John, 1657-1715. / [1692] St. Peter's sin and true repentance amplified and improved in a discourse occasion'd by the publick profession of repentance made by T.W., who after eleven years slavery in Turkey renounc'd his baptism and Christianity there ... / by John Shower.
Shower, John, 1657-1715. / [1682] A sermon preacht upon the death of Mrs. Anne Barnardiston (daughter of Nathanael Barnardiston, Esq., late of Hackney) who departed this life the 30th day of Decemb. 1681, at the age of seventeen with a brief account of some remarkable passages of her life and death.
Shower, John, 1657-1715. / [1698] A sermon preach'd to the societies for reformation of manners, in the cities of London and Westminster, Nov. 15, 1697 by John Shower.
Shower, John, 1657-1715. / [MDCXCIII 1693] Practical reflections on the late earthquakes in Jamaica, England, Sicily, Malta, &c., anno 1692 with a particular, historical account of those, and divers other earthquakes / by John Shower.
Shower, John, 1657-1715. / [1689] Serious reflections on time and eternity with some other subjects, moral and divine : to which is prefix'd an introduction concerning the first day of the year, how observed by the Jews, and may best be employed by a serious Christian / by John Shower.
Shower, John, 1657-1715. / [1692] Seasonable advice to youth. A funeral sermon on Psal. 119. 9. Preach'd upon the death of Mr. Richard Walter, jun. In the eighteenth year of his age. January 13th, 1691/2. By John Shower.
Shower, John, 1657-1715. / [1693] Sacramental discourses on several texts before and after the Lord's Supper by John Shower.
Shower, John, 1657-1715. / [1684] Resignation to the divine good pleasure in every condition recommended as the duty and happiness of every good man in a sermon from 2 Sam. XV, 26.
Shower, John, 1657-1715. / [1685] The present correction and reproof of sin or A discourse on 2 Jer. 19. vers. Thine own iniquities shall correct thee, & thy backslideings shall reprove thee.
Shower, John, 1657-1715. / [1694] Of the day of grace, or, A discourse concerning the possibility and fear of its being past before death shewing the groundless doubts, and mistaken apprehensions of some as to their being finally forsaken and left of God, with the dangerous symptomsand approaches of others to such a sad state, in four sermons from Psalm LXXX1. 11, 12 / by John Shower.
Shower, John, 1657-1715. / [1698] Of long life and old age a funeral sermon, occasion'd by the death of the much honour'd Mrs. Jane Papillon, who departed this life, July 12th, 1698. AEtat. 72 / by John Shower.
Shower, John, 1657-1715. / [1694] No peace to the wicked a sermon preached on the fast-day, May 23, 1694, being the day appointed by authority for a general and publick fast in London and Westminster, &c ... / by John Shower.
Shower, John, 1657-1715. / [1699] A new-years-gift: containing serious reflections on time, and eternity. And some other subjects moral and divine. With an appendix concerning the first day of the year, how observed by the Jews, and may best be employed by a serious Christian.
Shower, John, 1657-1715. / [1692] The mourners companion, or, Funeral discourses on several texts by John Shower.
Shower, John, 1657-1715. / [1700] Heaven and hell, or, The unchangeable state of happiness or misery for all mankind in another world occasion'd by the repentance and death of Mr. Shetterden Thomas, who departed this life April 7, 1700, aetat. 26 : preach'd and publish'd at the desire and direction of the deceased ... / by John Shower.
Shower, John, 1657-1715. / [MDCXCIX 1699] God's thoughts and ways above ours, especially in the forgiveness of sins in several sermons upon Isaiah LV. 7,8,9 / by John Shower.
Shower, John, 1657-1715. / [1697] A funeral sermon preached upon the death of Mr. Nathaniel Oldfield who deceased Decemb. 31, 1696, ætat. 32 : with some account of his exemplary character / by John Shower.
Shower, John, 1657-1715. / [1694] Family religion in three letters to a friend / by John Shower.
Shower, John, 1657-1715. / [M DC LXXXI. 1681] An exhortation to youth to prepare for judgment. A sermon occasion'd by the late repentance and funeral of a young man. Deceased September 29. 1681.
Shower, John, 1657-1715. / [MDCLXXXVIII 1688] An exhortation to repentance, and union among Protestants, or, A discourse upon the burden of Dumah
Shower, John, 1657-1715. / [1694] A discourse of tempting Christ by John Shower.
Shower, John, 1657-1715. / [1693] Death a deliverance, or, A funeral discourse, preach'd (in part) on the decease of Mrs. Mary Doolittle, (late wife of Mr. Thomas Doolittle, minister of the Gospel in London) who departed this life the 16th of Decemb. 1692 by John Shower.
Shrenock, John. / [c. 1680] The youngmans guide in his way to heaven: or, A cabinet of rich jewels, left and bequeathed to all young persons by the reverend Mr. John Shrenock. B.D. Who dyed in the flower of his age, lying but seven days on his death bed; during which space of time, he wrought this sermon: desiring it might be preached at his funeral, and published for the benefit of all persons both young and old. With his last prayers. Licensed and entred according to order.
Shrigley, Nathaniel. / [1669] A true relation of Virginia and Mary-land with the commodities therein, which in part the author saw, the rest he had from knowing and credible persons in the moneths of February, March, April and May / by Nathaniel Shrigley.
Shute, Giles, b. 1650 or 51. / [1694] A replication to a late book written by Mr. Benjamin Keach against infants-baptism intituled A counter-antidote, &c. By Gyles Shute of Lime-house.
Shute, Giles, b. 1650 or 51. / [1688] A new naked truth, or, The sandy foundation of the Sacramental test shaken, by a warning-piece discharged from heaven against all sorts of persecutors wherein you may hold Christ crucified mystically and sacramentally, upon the cross of the sacramental penal test, with all the rest of the penal laws and tests attending thereon, and contributing thereunto / by Giles Shute ...
Shute, Giles, b. 1650 or 51. / [1695] Infant-baptism and church-membership proved: and also the mode of baptism to be by sprinkling: &c. In answer to Mr. Benjamin Dennie's book. By Giles Shute of Limehouse.
Shute, John, d. 1563. / [1563] The first and chief groundes of architecture vsed in all the auncient and famous monymentes with a farther & more ample defense vppon the same, than hitherto hath been set out by any other. Published by Iohn Shute, paynter and archytecte.
Shute, Josias, 1588-1643. / [1649] Sarah and Hagar, or, Genesis the sixteenth chapter opened in XIX sermons / being the first legitimate essay of ... Josias Shute ; published according to his own original manuscripts, circumspectly examined, and faithfully transcribed by Edward Sparke.
Shute, Josias, 1588-1643. / [1645] Judgement and mercy: or, The plague of frogges [brace] inflicted, removed.: Delivered in nine sermons, by the late reverend and learned divine Mr. Iosias Shute, Arch-deacon of Colchester, and preacher at St. Mary Woolnoth, in London: with his usuall prayers before and after sermon. Whereunto is added a sermon preached at his funerall, by Mr. Ephraim Vdall. Imprimatur. Ja. Cranford. Octob. 29. 1644.
Shute, Josias, 1588-1643. / [1644] Divine cordials:: delivered in ten sermons, upon part of the ninth and tenth chapters of Ezra, in a time of visitation. By that godly and faithfull preacher of Gods Word, Iosiah Shute, B.D. and late rector of Mary Woolnoths in Lumbard-Street London. Published by authority.
Shute, Nathaniel, d. 1638. / [1626] Corona charitatis, = The crovvne of charitie a sermon preacht in Mercers Chappell, May 10. 1625. at the solemne funerals of his euer-renowmed friend, of precious memory, the mirroir of charitie, Mr. Richard Fishburne, merchant, and now consecrated as an anniuersary to his fame; by Nat: Shute, rector of the parish of Saint Mildred in the Poultry, London.
Shutte, Christopher, d. 1626. / [1578] A verie godlie and necessary sermon preached before the yong countesse of Cumberland in the North, the 14 of Nouember, 1577. By Christopher Shutt.
Shutte, Christopher, d. 1626. / [Anno Do. 1577. March 10] The testimonie of a true fayth conteyned in a short catechisme necessary to all families, for the more knowledge of God, and better bryngyng vp of chyldren in his fayth and feare. Gathered and written for the benefite of Gods well disposed children, By C.S. Preacher.
Shutte, Christopher, d. 1626. / [1579] A compendious form and summe of Christian doctrine, called The testimonie of a true faith meete for well disposed families, for the more knowledge [in] God, and better nourishing vp, and confirming of all such, as loue saluation in Iesus Christ. Gathered, corrected, and newly augmented, by Christopher Shutte, Maister of Arte, seene and allowed.
Shuttleworth, John, 1670 or 71-1750. / [1700] A sermon preached at Bridgwater in Somersetshire, July the 17th, 1700, at the opening of the organ lately erected there: by John Shuttleworth ...