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Tichborne, John, d. 1638. / [1609] A triple antidote, against certaine very common scandals of this time which, like infections and epidemicall diseases, haue generally annoyed most sorts of people amongst vs, poisoned also not a few, and diuers waies plagued and afflicted the whole state. By Iohn Tichborne, Doctor of Diuinity, and sometimes fellow of Trinity Colledge in Cambridge.
Tichborne, Robert, Sir, d. 1682. / [1649] The rest of faith:: that is, soules fixed and established in God by believing on him through the Lord Jesus Christ. With the grounds of this faith from sanctified reason, the benefits of faith, and the evils of unbeliefe. / Proved by Gods Word, and presented to open view, by Coll. Robert Tichborne.
Tichborne, Robert, Sir, d. 1682. / [1469 i.e. 1649] A cluster of Canaans grapes.: Being severall experimented truths received through private communion with God by his Spirit, grounded on Scripture, and presented to open view for publique edification. / By Col. Robert Tichbourn. Decemb. 25. 1648. Imprimatur Joseph Caryll.
Tichborne, Robert, Sir, d. 1682. / [1660] The apology of Robert Tichborn and John Ireton. Being a serious vindication of themselves and the good old cause,: from the imputations cast upon them and it by the triumphing city and nation in this their day of desertion.
Tickell, John, d. 1694. / [1665] A sober enquiry about the new oath enjoyned on non-conformists according to act of Parliament
Tickell, John, d. 1694. / [1652?] Crums of bread for the dove in the clefts of the rock, and the secret places of the stairs, Cant. 2.14, or, Helps to meditation on conversion, mortification, sanctification, the Christians daily walke, reading the scriptures, and good practicall books : for a friend / by J.T.
Tickell, John, d. 1694. / [1652] The bottomles pit smoaking in familisme as may appeare by ashort [sic] discourse on Gal. I.9, together with some breef notes on AB. Copps recantation sermon (as 'twere) preached at Burford, Sept. 23, 1651 / by John Tickell ... ; this may serve for a key to familisme ('till another) opening to most (if not all) their chambers of imagery ; also to vindicate the true Gospell, God, and scripture-purity and answer severall weighty questions concerning the mystical union.
Tilburg, Cornelius. / [before 1689] By His Majesties license, and special approbation of the true orvietan, or antidote
Tilenus, Daniel, 1563-1633. / [1606] Positions lately held by the L. Du Perron, Bishop of Eureux, against the sufficiency and perfection of the scriptures maintaning the necessitie and authoritie of vnwritten traditions. Verie learnedly answered and confuted by D. Daniell Tillenus, Professor of Diuinitie in the Vniuersitie of Sedan. VVith a defence of the sufficiency and perfection of the holy scriptures by the same author. Faithfully translated.
Till, Mr. / [1646] A sermon of consolation for all true Christians;: as it was lately delivered at London-VVall, / by Mr Till, a faithfull minister of Jesus Christ, who though he be deprived of his outward bodily sight, yet is indued with inward spirituall light. Taken from him as it was delivered in short-hand, and now published for the comfort of all true Christians, by J.H. a friend of the authors. It being very usefull for dejected soules in sad times. Licensed, entred, and printed according to order.
Tillam, Thomas. / [1651] The two witnesses: their prophecy, slaughter, resurection and ascention: or, An exposition of the eleventh chapter of the Revelation wherein is plainly proved that the scriptures of the Old and New Testaments, are the witnesses there spoken of, who have prophesied in sackcloth one thousand two hundred and sixty years compleat; that they are already slain, revived, and ascended. That the tenth part of the city is fallen by our late earthquake, wherein seven thousand names of men were slain. The second wo is past. This is the first part of the chapter, the second part follows. By Tho. Tillam, a weak labourer in the Lords Harvest.
Tillam, Thomas. / [1657] The seventh-day Sabbath sought out and celebrated, or, The saints last design upon the man of sin with their advance of Gods first institution to its primitive perfection ... : with the Christians glorious conquest over that mark of the beast, and recovery of the long-slighted seventh day to its antient glory, wherein Mr. Aspinwal may receive full answer to his late piece against the Sabbath / by Tho. Tillam ...
Tillam, Thomas. / [1658?] The lasher proved liar, or, The beadles lash laid open in a short reply to a slight pamphlet ushered into the world with the scurrilous title of A lash for a lyar, discovering the vanity of William Jennison, with his ungodly abuse of Thomas Tillam, minister of Christs Gospell.
Tillam, Thomas. / [M.DC.LV. 1655] The fourth principle of Christian religion: or, the foundation doctrine of laying on of hands.: Asserted and vindicated by way of answer to such arguments as by Lieutenant Colonel Paul Hobson have been presented against this Gospel ordinance. Affectionately tendred to such enquiring souls as are desirous throughly to forsake Babylon notion an humane tradition, and by universall obedience to follow the lamb in all his righteous appointments. / By Tho. Tillam a minister of Jesus Christ.
Tillam, Thomas. / [1654] Banners of love displaied over the Church of Christ, walking in the order of the Gospel at Hexham: by the out-stretched arm of the King of Saints, against the jesuitical design lately attempted by the false Iew. Or, An answer to a narrative stuff'd with untruths, by four Newcastle gentlemen.:
Tillesley, Richard, 1582-1621. / [M.DC.XIX. 1619] Animaduersions vpon M. Seldens History of tithes, and his reuievv thereof before which (in lieu of the two first chapters purposely pretermitted) is premised a catalogue of seuenty two authours, before the yeere 1215. Maintaining the ius diuinum of tythes or more, to be payd to the priesthood vnder the Gospell: by Richard Tillesley Doctor in Diuinity, and archdeacon of Rochester.
Tillinghast, John, 1604-1655. / [1657] Six severall treatises ... by the late worthy and faithful servant of Jesus Christ, John Tillinghast ; published by his own notes.
Tillinghast, John, 1604-1655. / [1655] Mr. Tillinghast's eight last sermons ... to which is added The idols abolished, being his notes on Isa. 2: 18.
Tillinghast, John, 1604-1655. / [1654] Knovvledge of the times: or, the resolution of the question, how long it shall be unto the end of wonders. By John Tillinghast, a servant of Jesus Christ.
Tillinghast, John, 1604-1655. / [1655] Generation-work, or, A brief and seasonable word offered to the view and consideration of the saints and people of God in this generation, relating to the work of the present age, or generation we live in wherein is shewed, I. What generation-work is, and how it differs from other works, II. That saints in the several generations they have lived in, have had the proper and peculiar works of their generations, III. That it is a thing of very great concernment for a saint to attend to and be industrious in, the work of his generation, IV. Wherein doth the work of the present generation lye, V. How each one in particular may find out that part or parcel of it, that is properly his work in his generation, VI. How generation-work may be so carried on, as that God may be served in the generation / by John Tillinghast ...
Tillinghast, John, 1604-1655. / [1658] Elijah's mantle: or, The remaines of that late worthy and faithful servant of Jesus Christ, Mr. John Tillinghast.: Viz. I. The conformity of a saint to the will of God. On Act. 21.14. II. The will of God and Christ concerning sinners. On Gal. 1.4. III. No condemnation to them that are in Christ Jesus. On Rom. 8.1. IV. Christs love to his owne. On Joh. 13.1. V. True gospel humiliation. On Zach. 12.10. VI. The most effectual means to kill and subdue sin. On 1 Joh. 2.2 VII. The advocateship of Jesus Christ, a great ground of saints comfort and support under sins and infirmities. On 1 Joh. 2.2. VIII. The only way for saints to be delivered from the errors and evils of the times. On 1 Tim. 6.11. IX. Of the Old Covenant, from Gal. 4.30. being so farre as the author had proceeded, in a treatise of the two covenants, before his death. Published by his owne notes.
Tillinghast, John, 1604-1655. / [1642] Demetrius his opposition to reformation.: A sermon very necessarie for these times. As it was delivered (this last vvinter) before a great assemblie in the city of London. by John Tillinghast, sometimes rector of Tarring-Nevill, now rector of Streate in the county of Sussex.
Tillinghast, Mary. / [printed in the year, 1690] Rare and excellent receipts. Experienc'd, and taught by Mrs. Mary Tillinghast. And now printed for the use of her scholars only.
Tillotson, John, 1630-1694. / [1700] Sixteen sermons preached on several subjects and occasions by the most reverend John Tillotson ... ; being the second volume, published from the originals, by Ralph Barker ...
Tillotson, John, 1630-1694. / [1698] Several discourses viz. Proving Jesus to be the Messias. The prejudices against Jesus and his religion consider'd. Jesus the Son of God, proved by his Resurrection. The danger of apostacy from Christianity. Christ the author: obedience the condition of salvation. The possibility and necessity of gospel obedience, and its consistence with free grace. The authority of Jesus Christ, with the commission and promise which he gave to his apostles. The difficulties of a Christian life consider'd. The parable of the rich man and Lazarus. Children of this world wiser than the children of light. By the most reverend Dr. John Tillotson, late Lord Arch-Bishop of Canterbury. Being the fifth volume; published from the originals, by Ralph Barker, D.D. chaplain to his Grace.
Tillotson, John, 1630-1694. / [1687] Sermons, and discourses some of which never before printed / by John Tillotson ... ; the third volume.
Tillotson, John, 1630-1694. / [1694] Sermons preach'd upon several occasions by his Grace John Lord Arch-bishop of Canterbury ; the first volume.
Tillotson, John, 1630-1694. / [1678] A sermon preached November 5, 1678, at St. Margarets Westminster, before the Honourable House of Commons by John Tillotson ...
Tillotson, John, 1630-1694. / [1691] A sermon preached before the Queen, at White-Hall, February the 27th, 1690/1 by John Tillotson ...
Tillotson, John, 1630-1694. / [1676] A sermon preached before the King, Febr. 25th, 1675/6 by John Tillotson ...
Tillotson, John, 1630-1694. / [1679] L'esprit du christianisme, ou, Sermon sur le IX de S. Luc v. 55, 56 prononce áa Westmunster devant l'honorable Chambre des communes, le 5-15 novembre, 1678 / par Jean Tillotson ; traduit de l'Anglois par J.B. de Rosemond.
Tilly, William, ca. 1641-1717. / [1697] Advertisement. Ran away the 13th of this instant June, from his master, William Tilly of Boston, rope maker, a Carolina Indian man-servant ...
Timorcus, Theophilus. / [1661. i.e. 1660] The Covenanters plea against absolvers. Or, A modest discourse, shewing why those who in England & Scotland took the Solemn League and Covenant, cannot judge their consciences discharged from the obligation of it, by any thing heretofore said by the Oxford men; or lately by Dr Featly, Dr. Gauden, or any others.: In which also several cases relating to promisory oathes, and to the said Covenant in special, are spoken to, and determined by Scripture, reason, and the joynt suffrages of casuists. Contrary to the indigested notions of some late writers; yet much to the sense of the Reverend Dr. Sanderson. Written by Theophilus Timorcus a well-wisher to students in casuistical divinity.
Timoreus, Theophilus. / [1659] Tåes pisteåos elegchos, or, The reason of faith briefly discuss'd in a sermon, preach'd at Pauls before the Right Honourable, the Lord Mayor, &c., the third of October, 1658, and publish'd by the order of his lordship, and Court of Aldermen / by Peter Vinke ...
Timotheus Philo-Bookerus. / [March 4. 1644] Mercurius vapulans, or, Naworth stript and vvhipt.: In answer to a most base and scandalous pamphlet, called Mercurio Cœlico-Mastix, or an anti-caveat, &c. Sent abroad from Oxford, under the name of G. Naworth. In opposition to Mercurius Cœlicus, or a caveat to all the people of the kingdom; lately penned by Mr. John Booker. By Timotheus Philo-Bookerus.
Timson, John. / [1655] To receive the Lords Supper, the actual right and duty of all church-members of years not excommunicate made good against Mr. Collins his exceptions against The bar removed, written by the author : and what right the ignorant and scandalous tolerated in the church have to the Lords Supper declared : many thing belonging to that controversie more fully discussed, tending much to the peace and settlement of the church : and also a ful answer to what Mr. Collins hath written in defence of juridical suspension, wherein his pretended arguments from Scripture are examined and confuted : to which is also annexed A brief answer to the Antidiatribe written by Mr. Saunders / by John Timson ...
Timson, John. / [1656] The Quakers apostasie from the perfect rule of the scriptures discovered in a double reply to a twofold answer of theirs, in the vindication of several queries propounded by the author : wherein their deceits, blasphemies and reproches against scripture authority and ordinances of institute religious worship, are spoken unto, their main principles examined and denyed, the truth defended and cleared against their railing, slandering, censorious pens and tongues / by John Timson ...
Timson, John. / [1654] The bar to free admission to the Lords Supper removed, or, A vindication of Mr. Humfreys free admission to the sacrament of the Lords Supper wherein the most materiall exceptions and objections of Doctor Drake against it in his book called A bar to free admission &c. are taken off and answered : whereunto is annexed an expostulatory speech unto them of the Congregationall way : and also an examination of the book called A Scripture rail to the communion table, by some ministers in Glocester-shire / by John Timson.
Tindall, Humphrey, 1549-1614. / [1644] Tvvo prophecies full of wonder and admiration.: Made by Humphrey Tindall Vicar of Wellin [sic] two hundred yeares past: and after his death, found in his study, with his name subscribed thereunto. And some sixty years since coppied out by a worthy gentlem [sic] and ever since kept private. Foretelling many strange accidents which shall befall to this kingdom.
Tindall, Humphrey, 1549-1614. / [1642] The prophecy of Humphrey Tindal vicar of VVellenger,: shewing the downfall of the clergy, and the woefull and miserable condition of this Kingdome. With some other remarkeable passages.
Tindall, William. / [1695 i.e. 1696] Some remarks upon the bank and other pretended banks with reasons humbly offered to the consideration of the present Parliament for establishing a real land-fund, or a money and land bank; under a regular managery, with unquestionable controuls and checks upon them: By Philalethes.
Tipper, Elizabeth. / [1698] The pilgrim's viaticum, or, The destitute but not forlorn being a divine poem / digested from meditations upon the Holy Scripture by Eliz. Tipper.
Tipping, Robert. / [1670-1696] A godly guide of directions for true penitent sinners in these troubled times. That we call to God to be our friend, to think upon our latter end, mans life is short and at no stay wee almost have a dying day, that God may guide us along, to bring us to our heavenly home, where our souls may live and ever rest with heavenly angels that are blest. Tune is, Aim not too high. / by Robert Tipping.
Tipping, William. / [1701?] An account of a pleasant liquor, which dissolves the stone in the bladder or kidneys and brings it away visibly. As likewise whatever gravel may be generated in those parts; ... Only prepared by William Tipping, and to be sold by Mr. Benjamin James, in the broad passage in Three King Court in Lumbard Street, ...
Tipping, William, 1598-1649. / [1647] The remarkable life & death of the Lady Apollina Hall widdow, deceased in the 21th year of her age. By William Typpin, Esquire. Imprimatur, Edm Calamy.
Tipping, William, 1598-1649. / [1646] The preachers plea: or, A short declaration, touching the sad condition of our clergy, in relation to the smalnesse of their maintenance, throughout the kingdome. / By William Typing. Esq;
Tipping, William, 1598-1649. / [1644. i.e. 1643] The fathers counsell.: Or, Certain usefull directions, for all young persons, especially elder brothers, whose portion it is or may be, in these perilous daies, to be left in a fatherlesse or friendlesse condition. / By W.T.
Tipping, William, 1598-1649. / [An. D. 1633] A discourse of eternitie collected and composed for the common good, by W.T.
Tirrell, Henry. / [in the year, 1647] A great and glorious victory obtained by the Lord Inchequin, Lord President of Munster, over the Irish rebels, not far from the castle of Conmell, Septemb. the 6th.: where were slain upon the place, foure collonels, foure lieutenant collonels, five majors, two thousand three hundred officers, gentlemen, and other souldiers. The Earle of Glamorgan taken and wounded. Twenty colours taken. Seven hundred prisoners. Ten carriages. A thousand muskets. Three thousand pistols and other armes. Foure hundred head of cattell. Two thousand sheep. One thousand serviceable horse. Five thousand horse and foot totally routed. Owen Oneale totally routed and fled. With a list of the names and particulars on both sides.
Tisdale, Roger. / [1622] The lavvyers philosophy: or, Lavv brought to light. Poetized in a diuine rhapsodie or contemplatiue poem. By Roger Tisdale, gent.
Tissot, Jacques. / [1615] A true relation of a mighty giant named Theutobocus, sometimes king of the Theutons and Cimbrians, overthrown by Consul Marius 1700 yeares agone buried then by the castle of Langon, neere the towne of Romans in the prouince of Daufiné in Fraunce, whole bones were found of by chaunce, an. 1613, in a place called to this day, The Giants Ground, and vpon his tombe ingrauen in old letters Theutobocus Rex.
Titus, Silius, 1623?-1704. / [1659?] A seasonable speech, made by a worthy Member of Parliament in the House of Commons, concerning the other House.: March 1659.
Titus, Silius, 1623?-1704. / [1657] Killing noe murder.: Briefly discoursed in three quæstions. By William Allen.