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Skay, John. / [1628] A friend to navigation plainely expressing to the capacity of the simpler so[rt] the whole misery or foundation of the same art for whose sake, the author hath onely penned this treatise, being himselfe a faithfull good willer thereto.
Skeldie, Archibald. / [1645] The practices of persecutors delivered in a sermon on the fourteenth verse of the foure score six Psalme / b Mr. Archibald Skeldie.
Skelton, Anne. / [1649] Comforts against the fear of death. Being some short meditations, composed by that precious gentlewoman Mrs. Anne Skelton, late of Norwich. Wherein are several evidences of the work of grace in her own soul, which were the stay of her heart, against the fear of death; from which may be discerned the name of a true Christian spirit. To which is added some short notes of a sermon preached at the burial of that choyce servant of God in St. Andrews in Norwich. By John Collings M.A. and one of the most unworthy embassadors of Jesus Christ for the preaching of the gospel in the late city.
Skelton, Bernard. / [MDCXCII 1692] Christus Deus The divinity of our Saviour : asserted and vindicated from the exceptions of the Socinians and others : in a sermon preached at St. Peter's Hungate, in Norwich, upon the festival of St. Philip and St. James, in the year 1673 / by Bernard Skelton, sometime vicar of Hinton.
Skelton, John, 1460?-1529. / [1528] Honorificatissimo, amplissimo, longeq[ue] reuerendissimo in Christo patri: ac domino, domino Thome &c. ... A latereq[ue] legato superillustri &c. Skeltonis laureatus ora, reg. humillimum, dicit obsequium ... A replycacion agaynst certayne yong scolers, abiured of late [et]c. Argumentum. Crassa[n]tes nimiu[m], nimiu[m] sterilesq[ue] labruscas (vinea quas d[omi]ni, sabaot non sustinet ultra laxius expandi) nostra est resecare uoluntas. Cum priuilegio a rege indulto.
Skene, Alexander. / [1681] Plain and peaceable advice to those called Presbyterians in Scotland by Alexander Skene.
Skene, John, Sir, 1543?-1617. / [anno Dom. M.D.C. LXXXI. 1681] De verborum significatione The exposition of the termes and difficill wordes, conteined in the foure buikes of Regiam Majestatem, and uthers, in the Acts of Parliament, infestments, and used in the practique of this realme, with diverse rules, and common places, or principalles of the lawes. Collected and exponed be M. John Skene, clerke of our Soveraine Lordis register, councell and rolles. And now re-printed by His Majestie's special command.
Skingle, Ri. / [Printed in the Year MDCXCVIII 1698] Reformation and union recommended, as the present duty and interest of the nation: in a sermon preach'd at the assizes held at Hertford August the 1st, 1698 / by Ri. Skingle, vicar of Roydon in Essex.
Skinner, John, fl. 1681. / [1681-1684] A strange and wonderful relation of Margaret Gurr of Tunbridge, in Kent; shewing, how she was afflicted with devils. As also, how they entred into her, and spake in her and tempted her to kill herself; and how she was taken up by devils and witches and was flying in the ayr. Also, the marvelous cures done by Dr. Skinner in these three counties, viz. Sussex, Surrey, and Kent, the like strange cures hath scarce been done or heard of ... / Iohn Skinner, of Westram, in Kent ...
Skinner, Robert, 1591-1670. / [1634] A sermon preached before the King at VVhite-Hall, the third of December. By Robert Skinner chaplaine in ordinary to His Maiestie. Published by His Maiesties command.
Skinner, Robert, 1591-1670. / [1649 i.e. 1648] Christs birth misse-timed. Or, A resolution to a question about the time of Christs nativity; evidencing by Scripture, that Jesus Christ was not born in December. By R.S.:
Skipp, Edmund. / [1655] The worlds wonder, or the Quakers blazing starr:: with an astronomical judgment given upon the same, from 2 Cor. 11.13, 14, 15. Proving them to be altogether deluded by Satan, both in their judgments and walkings: together with a probable conjecture of the end of the world, and the estate of things in the interval. / By Edmund Skipp preacher of the Gospel unto the people at Bodenham in Herefordshire.
Skippon, Philip, d. 1660. / [1644] True treasure: or, Thirtie holy vowes. Containing the brief sum of all that concernes the Christian centurians conscionable walking with God first. Solemnly made, since often renewed, and again seriously reviewed; with some particulars added: the more to encrease and confirme his Christian resolutions. All in the onely strength of the Almighty. By Phillip Skippon, Sergeant Maior generall, &c. The most unworthy souldier of Christ Jesus.
Skippon, Philip, d. 1660. / [1643] A salve for every sore, or, A collection of promises out of the whole Book of God and is the Christian centurions infallible ground of conscience, or his poore soules most assured comfortable companion at all times and in all things ... / by Phillip Skippon.
Skippon, Philip, d. 1660. / [1643] A most joyfull declaration made by Colonell Skipon, sergeant maior generall of the whole army, to his regiment of officers and souldiers at their muster at Maiden-head Ian. 12 : wherein he doth most nobly declare his resolution to them all concerning his advancing forwards to the enemy, and to give them bataile with his single remenr of foote and his troope of horse and five peeces of ordnance : likewise a speech and protestation to these captains, namely Sergeant Major Francis, Captaine Man, Captaine Deacon, Captaine Tasker, Captaine Hawood, Captaine Harison : together with their answer to the same : likewise His Majesties message sent by Cap. Hearne and read in Guildhall on Fryday last, Ianuary 13, 1643.
Skippon, Philip, d. 1660. / [1645] The Christian centurians observations, advices, and resolutions containing matters divine and morall / collected according to his owne experience by Philip Skippon ...
Skory, Edmond. / [1610] An extract out of the historie of the last French King Henry the fourth of famous memorie according to an autentique [sic] copie written in his life time. To which is added his being murdered with a knife in his coach in Paris the 14. of May last 1610. styl. Rom. With an apprecation [sic] for the safeguard and happines of our most gracious soueraigne Iames the first, &c. Seene and allowed by authoritie.
Skout, J. / [1643] Excceding [sic] certain and true newes from Munster, Lemster, Waxford, Ulster, Conough, Tiperarey, and Dublin; otherwise called the English Pale.: Being the true copie of a letter sent from a marchant in Dublin, a man well knowne in London, one Captaine Scout, a Dutch-man, living on the marchants key, neer Sir Willaim Parsons, one of the Lord Justices of Ireland to his worthy friend Mr. Van-Hooker. Bearing date, January 2. 1643.
Skutt, George. / [Printed in the yeare, 1648] A letter from an ejected Member of the House of Commons, to Sir Jo: Evelyn:: shewing, the constitution of that councell, and the influence it hath had on the present times, with a judgement of future events.
Skynner, Stephen. / [1693] Christian practice described by way of essay upon the life of our Saviour by Stephen Skynner ...