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Vedel, Nicolaus, 1596-1642. / [1650] An antidote against sorrovv, in order to the obtaining of sanctified joy.: An excellent treatise first written in French by N. Vedelius, then translated into Latine by Gallus Pareus, and now into English, by Cadwallader Winne, M.A.
Veil, Charles-Marie de, 1630-1685. / [1685] A literal explanation of the Acts of the holy apostles. Written in Latine by C.M. Du Veil ... Now translated into English out of a copy carefully reviewed and corrected by the author. To which is added a translation of a learned dissertation about baptism for the dead, I Cor. 15.29. Written in Latine by the famous Fridericus Spannemius Filius.
Veil, Charles-Marie de, 1630-1685. / [1678] Lettre de Mr. De Veil, Docteur en theologie & ministre du Saint Evangile, áa Monsiueur Boisle de la Societe royall des sciences áa Londres pour prouver contre l'autheur d'un livre nouveau intitulé Crituque du Vieux Testament que la seule ecriture est la regle de la foy.
Veil, Charles-Marie de, 1630-1685. / [1683] A letter to the Honourable Robert Boyle, Esq., defending the divine authority of the Holy Scripture and that it alone is the rule of faith in answer to Father Simon's Critical history of the Old Testament / written by C.M. Du Veil.
Veil, Charles-Marie de, 1630-1685. / [M. DC. LXXXV. 1685] Lettre de Mr. C.M. De Veil Docteur en Theologie, et M.D.S.E. a Mr. T. Maimbourg ecuyer, & precepteur de Monsigneur le Duc de Richemont. Pour prouver contre la prétention de Mr. R. de l'Isle Prétre de l'Eglise Gallicane dans sa lettre áa Mr. J.S. D.R. que la parole de Dieu écrite dans les livres sacrés est la seule régle & l'unique principe de la réligion Chretienne.
Venette, Nicolas, 1633-1698. / [1685] The art of pruning fruit-trees with an explanation of some words which gardiners make use of in speaking of trees, and a tract, Of the use of the fruits of trees for preserving us in health or for curing us when we are sick / translated from the French original set forth the last year by a physician of Rochelle.
Venice (Republic : to 1797.). Doge (1606-1612 : Donato) / [1606] The Popes bull gelded or An edict published by the Duke and State of Venice, against the late bull of Pope Paulus Quintus the sixth of May 1606. in the fourth indiction. Truly translated out of the Italian coppy, as appeareth in this booke.
Venn, Anne. / [1658] A wise virgins lamp burning; or Gods sweet incomes of love to a gracious soul waiting for him. Being the experiences of Mrs. Anne Venn, (daughter to Col. John Venn, & member of the Church of Christ at Fulham:) written by her own hand, and found in her closet after her death. Wherein is declared her exceeding frequent addresses to the throne of grace, and how speedily answered. Written for the comfort of such as mourn in Sion, and quickning of saints by her blessed example.
Venn, John, 1586-1650. / [1641] A true relation of the most vvise and vvorthy speech made by Captain Ven, one of the Burgesses of the Parliament to the apprentises of London; who rose in Cheapside upon the combustion at Westminster on Wednesday last at night, December 29. 1641.: As also the randevowes they had that night at the counter in Wood-streete. VVith a description of the estate of Ireland at this present time.
Venner, Richard, b. 1598? / [1662] Panoplia, or, The whole armour of God explained and applyed for the conduct and comfort of a Christian in all his tryals and tentations : as also the dying preachers legacy in several sermons, being the last labours of the reverend author in the course of his ministry : together with certain seasonable considerations proving the lawfulness and expediency of a set form of lyturgy in the church / by Richard Venner.
Venner, Thomas, d. 1661. / [1660] The last speech and prayer with other passages of Thomas Venner, the chief incourager and promoter of the late horrid rebellion immediately before his execution in Coleman-street on Saturday last being the 19th of Ianuary, 1660 : together with the names of the rest that were condemned for the same fact.
Venner, Tobias, 1577-1660. / [1623] Viæ rectæ ad vitam longam, pars secunda. VVherein the true vse of sleepe, exercise, excretions, and perturbations is, with their effects, discussed and applied to euery age, constitution of body, and time of yeare. By To: Venner Doctor of Physicke in Bathe.
Venning, Ralph, 1621?-1674. / [1654] A warning to back-sliders, or, A discovery for the recovery of fallen ones delivered in a sermon at Pauls, before the Right Honourable, the Lord Mayor and Aldermen of the city of London / Ralph Venning.
Venning, Ralph, 1621?-1674. / [1655] The way to true happinesse, or, the way to heaven open'd.: In a sermon before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor and Aldermen of the City of London, Jan. 28. 1654/5 / By Ralph Venning.
Venning, Ralph, 1621?-1674. / [1675] Venning's remains, or, Christ's school consisting of four classes of Christians, I. babes, II. little children, III. young men, IV. fathers : with their several characteristical differences and attainments, also the doctrines proper to be taught to each of them : being the substance of many sermons / preached by Ralph Venning and fitted by him for the press before his death.
Venning, Ralph, 1621?-1674. / [1664] Things worth thinking on, or, Helps to piety being remains of some meditations, experiences, and sentences &c. never published till now : and now are as an addition to them which were formerly made publick: together with a sermon entituled The beauty of holines / by Ralph Venning ...
Venning, Ralph, 1621?-1674. / [1669] Sin, the plague of plagues, or, Sinful sin the worst of evils a treatise of sins tryal and arraignment, wherein sin is accused for being, proved to be, and condemned for being exceeding sinful : and that 1. as against God, his nature, attributes, works, will, law, image, people, glory and existence, 2. as against man, his good and welfare of body and soul, in this life, and that to come : with the use and improvement to be made of this doctrine, that men may not be damned, but saved, &c. : being the substance of many sermons preached many years ago in Southwark / by Ralph Venning ...
Venning, Ralph, 1621?-1674. / [1657. i.e. 1656] Mercies memorial: or, Israel's thankful remembrance of God in their high estate, for his mercifull remembring of them in their low estate.: In a sermon before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor, the Right Worshipful the Aldermen, and the Companies of the city London, on the 5th. of November, 1656. / By Ralph Venning.
Venning, Ralph, 1621?-1674. / [1652] The new command renew'd, or, Love one another being an endeavour after the unity of the spirit in the bond of peace, by several uniting principles, among which there are ten rules for a right understanding of scripture, very useful for these divided times / by Ralph Venning.
Venning, Ralph, 1621?-1674. / [1675] Christ's school consisting of four classes of Christians : I. Babes, II. Little children, III. Young men, IV. Fathers : with their several characteristical differences and attainments : also the doctrines proper to be taught to each of them : being the substance of many sermons preach'd many years ago in Southwark / by Ralph Venning.
Venning, Ralph, 1621?-1674. Canaans flovvings, or, A second part of milk & honey being another collation of many Christian experiences, sayings, &c. : with an appendix called The heathen improved, or, The Gibeonites hewing of wood, and drawing of water for the sanctuary / by Ralph Venning.
Ventris, Peyton, Sir, 1645-1691. / [1696] The reports of Sir Peyton Ventris Kt., late one of the justices of the Common-pleas in two parts : the first part containing select cases adjudged in the Kings-Bench, in the reign of K. Charles II, with three learned arguments, one in the Kings-Bench, by Sir Francis North, when Attorney General, and two in the Exchequer by Sir Matthew Hale, when Lord Chief Baron : with two tables, one of the cases, and the other of the principal matters : the second part containing choice cases adjudged in the Common-pleas, in the reigns of K. Charles II and K. James II and in the three first years of the reign of His now Majesty K. William and the late Q. Mary, while he was a judge in the said court, with the pleadings to the same : also several cases and pleadings thereupon in the Exchequer-Chamber upon writs of error from the Kings-Bench : together with many remarkable and curious cases in the Court of Chancery : whereto are added three exact tables, one of the cases, the other of the principal matters, and the third of the pleadings : with the allowance and approbation of the Lord Keeper an all the Judges.
Verax, Philadelphus. / [Printed in the second month of the next year that tyrants ceas't do domineer. 1661] The knavish merchant (now turn'd warehouseman) characterized: or A severe scourge, for an unjust, cruel, and unconsionable adversary / By Philadelphus Verax a cordial friend to his honest (though injuriously oppressed) aquaintance Thomas Crocker merchant.
Verax, Philanax. / [1685?] A letter to the King when Duke of York, perswading him to return to the Protestant religion wherein the chief errors of the Papists are exposed, and the tendency of their doctrines to lead to arbitrary government proved / by an old cavalier, and faithful son of the Church of England ...
Verax, Philanax. / [1696] A letter from a member of the parliament of Scotland to his friend at London, concerning their late act, for establishing a company of that kingdom, tradeing to Africa and the Indies:
Verax, Theophilus. / [1660] Serious sober state-considerations, relating to the government of England and the garrison of Dunkirk in Flanders.: By Theophilus Verax a Dunkirker.
Verheiden, Jacob, fl. 1590. / [anno 1624] An oration or speech appropriated vnto the most mightie and illustrious princes of Christendom Wherein the right and lavvfulnesse of the Netherlandish warre, against Philip King of Spain is approved and demonstrated. Composed by a Netherlandish gentleman, and faithfully translated out of divers languages into Dutch, and now Englished by Thomas Wood. According to the printed copie at Amsterdam, by Michael Collyne stationer, dwelling upon the water at the corner of the old Bridge street, anno 1608.
Veridicus. / [1648] O friends! no friends, to King, Church and state.: Or, Thames, Twede and Tyne paraell'd [sic] with Romes Tyber and king-poysoning Po. With positions and practices from Rome and from Rhemes, from Edenburgh and Geneva, poiz'd to some purpose, as the case now stands : and, presented to all impartiall patriots and Presbyterians. / By Veridicus, præterea nihil.
Vermigli, Pietro Martire, 1499-1562. / [1568 (31 Aug.)] Most learned and fruitfull commentaries of D. Peter Martir Vermilius Florentine, professor of diuinitie in the schole of Tigure, vpon the Epistle of S. Paul to the Romanes wherin are diligently [and] most profitably entreated all such matters and chiefe common places of religion touched in the same Epistle. With a table of all the common places and expositions vpon diuers places of the scriptures, and also an index to finde all the principall matters conteyned in the same. Lately tra[n]slated out of Latine into Englishe, by H.B.
Vermigli, Pietro Martire, 1499-1562. / [1569] Most godly prayers compiled out of Dauids Psalmes by D. Peter Martyr. Translated out of Latine into English by Charles Glemhan. G. Seene and allowed according to the order appointed.
Vermigli, Pietro Martire, 1499-1562. / [1564 (28 Sept.)] Most fruitfull [and] learned co[m]mentaries of Doctor Peter Martir Vermil Florentine, professor of deuinitie, in the Vniuersitye of Tygure with a very profitable tract of the matter and places. Herein is also added [and] contained two most ample tables, aswel of the matter, as of the wordes: wyth an index of the places in the holy scripture. Set forth & allowed, accordyng to thorder appointed in the Quenes maiesties iniunctions.
Vermigli, Pietro Martire, 1499-1562. / [Anno a verbo incarnato. M.D.L. Regni Edwardi sexti. iii. 1550] An epistle vnto the right honorable and christian prince, the Duke of Somerset written vnto him in Latin, awhile after hys deliueraunce out of trouble, by the famous clearke Doctour Peter Martyr, and translated into Englyshe by Thomas Norton.
Vermigli, Pietro Martire, 1499-1562. / [1583] The common places of the most famous and renowmed diuine Doctor Peter Martyr diuided into foure principall parts: with a large addition of manie theologicall and necessarie discourses, some neuer extant before. Translated and partlie gathered by Anthonie Marten, one of the sewers of hir Maiesties most honourable chamber.
Vermigli, Pietro Martire, 1499-1562. / [1580?] A briefe treatise, concerning the vse and abuse of dauncing. Collected oute of the learned workes of the most excellent deaine doctour, Peter Martyr, by paister Rob Massonius: and translated into English by I.K.
Vermuyden, Cornelius, Sir, 1590-1677. / [1642] A discourse touching the drayning the great fennes,: lying vvithin the severall counties of Lincolne, Northampton, Huntington, Norfolke, Suffolke, Cambridge, and the isle of Ely, as it was presented to his Majestie. By Sir Cornelius Vermuïden Knight. Whereunto is annexed the designe or map. Published by authority.
Vernon, C. (Christopher) / [1642] Considerations for regulating the excheqver in the more timely answering, better husbanding and more orderly and safe conduct of the revenues of the crown into His Majesties coffers, as hath been heretofore used by sheriffes : and for freeing the subject from all unjust vexations concerning the same : with the causes and remedies of the inconveniences which have been occasioned by the breach of the lawes and ancient course of the exchequer : as also for the better enabling and easing of sheriffes in the execution of their offices and passing their accompts / per C. Vernon ...
Vernon, John, fl. 1666. / [Decemb. 1648] The svvords abuse asserted: or, A word to the Army;: shewing, the weakness of carnal weapons in spiritual warfare. The sword an useless tool in temple work: and the bearer thereof an unfit builder. Tendred to the serious consideration of His Excellency, the Lord Fairfax, and his General Councel, upon occasion of their late debates about the clause concerning religion in the promised agreement. / By John Vernon, sometimes a member of the Army.
Vernon, Samuel. / [Printed in the year, 1656] The trepan:: being a true relation, full of stupendious variety, of the strange practises of Mehetabel the wife of Edward Jones, and Elizabeth wife of Lieutenant John Pigeon, sister to the said Mehetabel. Wherein is discovered the subtil method whereby they cheated Mr. Wessel Goodwin, a dyar in Southwark, and all his children of a fair estate: with sundry copies of letters, perfumed locks of hair, and verses they sent him, and many other notable devices belonging to the art of trepanning.
Verón, Francois, 1575-1649. / [1616] M. le Hucher minister of Amyens in France compelled to fly from the pure word of holy write; strucke dumme; and made to runne away. Vppon the subiect of the B. Sacrament of the altar. By F. Francis Veron of the Society of Iesus, encountring him with the Bible of Geneua only. In the presence of the Duke de Longueuille. VVith a briefe and easie meanes, by which each Catholike may, in like manner, put to flight any minister or sectarie. Sent from Sieur de la Tour one of the sayd Dukes gentlemen, to Sieur de Rotois, gentleman of the Kings game.
Véron, John, d. 1563. / [An. Do. 1548] The. V. abhominable blasphemies co[n]teined in the Masse with a short a[n]swere to them, that saie, we ronne before the kyng and his counsayle.
Véron, John, d. 1563. / [1562?] A stronge defence of the maryage of pryestes agaynste the Pope Eustachians, and Tatanites of our time, made dialogue wise by Iohn Veron, betwixte Robin Papyste, and the true Christian.
Véron, John, d. 1563. / [Anno 1561] The ouerthrow of the iustification of workes and of the vain doctrin of the merits of men with the true affection of the iustification of faith and of the good workes that procead or come of the same, and in what respect our good workes are crouned or rewarded of God settte foorth dialoge wise by John Veron.
Véron, John, d. 1563. / [The x. daye of Marche. In the yere of our lorde God 1562] A stronge battery against the idolatrous inuocation of the dead saintes, and against the hauyng or setting up of images in the house of prayer, or in any other place where there is any paril of idolatrye, made dialoguewise by Iohn Veron.
Véron, John, d. 1563. / [1561] A moste necessary treatise of free wil not onlye against the Bapistes, but also against the Anabaptistes, which in these our daies, go about to renue the detestable heresies of Pelagius, and of the Luciferians, whiche say and affirm, that we be able by our own natural strength to fulfil the law and commaundementes of God. Made dialoge wyse by Iohn Veron, in a manner word by woorde, as he did set it forth in his lectures at Paules.
Véron, John, d. 1563. / [1561] A fruteful treatise of predestination, and of the deuyne prouidence of god as far forth as the holy scriptures and word of god shal lead vs, and an answer made to all the vain and blasphemous obiections that the epicures and Anabaptistes of our time canne make. Set forth dialoge wise, by Ihon Veron.
Verryck, Ferdinando. / [1692] In the Auction-Room at the west end of Exeter Change above stairs in the Strand, will be exposed to sale by way of auction, a curious collection of original paintings, and other fine copies, by the best masters of Europe, some fit for halls, stair-cases, &c. On Tuesday the 15th. of this instant March, and the two following dayes. Beginning at four of the clock each afternoon, and so continue daily until all be sold. Catalogues may be had at Mr. Playford's next the Temple Church in the Temple, and at the place of sale gratis. By Ferdinando Verycke. The conditions of sale. ...
Verryck, Ferdinando. / [1690] A curious collection of original paintings, and other fine copies, by the best masters of Europe, will (for the divertisement of the gentlemen and ladies at Epsom) be exposed to sale by auction (or who bids most) on Monday, the 4th day of August, 1690. At Tonsor's Old Tavern ner [sic] the Old Bowling-Green in Epsom; which sale will be continued, during the season, on such days in the week as shall be thought most convenient. By Ferdinando Verryck, auctioneer, at Exeter-Exchange, in the Strand, London. Catalogues may be had at the place of sale: at the Coffee-house near the Bowling-Green: at the Coffee-house over against the Crown Tavern: at the Coffee-house at the Wells: at Tonsor's Tavern: and at the Crown Tavern in Epsom. Conditions of sale. I. That he or she who bids most is the buyer, ... IV. That the paintings may be viewed at any time before the sale, by any persons that please to repair thither.
Verryck, Ferdinando. / [1690] At the west-end of Exeter Change, a curious collection of three hundred and odd paintings, being most originals by the best masters in Europe, with several fine copies by very good hands. Will be sold by auction, or who bids most, on Monday the 2d. and Tuesday the 3d. of June, at three of the clock in the afternoon. / By Ferdinando Verryck. The conditions of sale as usual, and the time of paying and fetching away the lots so bought, to be within three days after at the said place, and paying porterage. And all gentlemen that are strangers to the said place of sale, shall leave the third part of the price of such pictures as they shall buy in earnest.
Verryck, Ferdinando. / [1690] At the west-end of Exeter Change, a curious collection of original paintings, and other fine copies, by the best masters of Europe, will be sold by way of auction, or who bids most, on Monday the 22th, and Wednesday the 23th. of this instant September, beginning exactly at three of the clock in the afternoon. / By Ferdinando Verryck. The conditions of sale as usual, and the time of paying and fetching away the lots so bought, to be within three days after at the said place, and paying porterage. And all gentlemen that are strangers to the said place of sale, shall leave the third part of the price of such pictures as they shall buy in part of payment.
Verryck, Ferdinando. / [1691] At the west end of Exeter Change above stairs in the Strand, will be exposed to sale a curious collection of original paintings, and other fine copies, by the best masters of Europe, some fit for halls, stair-cases, &c. On Monday 21, Tuesday 22, and Wednesday 23th. of this instant December. Beginning exactly at four of the clock each afternoon, and so continue daily till all are sold. All persons that have any good pictures to be sold, are desired to send them in four days before the sale, where attendance is given to receive the same. By Ferdinando Verryck. The conditions of sale. I. That he or she that bids most is the buyer; ... IV. That no person is to bid less than six pence a time for any lot exposed to sale.
Verryck, Ferdinando. / [1692] At the west end of Exeter Change above stairs in the Strand, will be exposed to sale by way of auction, a curious collection of original paintings, and other fine copies, by the best masters of Europe, some fit for ladies closets, stair-cases, chimney-pieces, and for halls, &c. On Wednesday the 13th. Thursday the 14th. Friday the 15th. of this instant January. Beginning exactly at four of the clock each afternoon, and so continue daily until all be sold. Catalogues may be had at Mr. Playford's next the Temple-Church in the Temple, and at the place of sale gratis. By F. Verryck. The conditions of sale. I. That he or she that bids most is the buyer; ... IV. That no person is to bid less than six pence a time for any lot exposed to sale.
Vertot, abbé de, 1655-1735. / [1696] The history of the revolutions in Sweden occasioned by the change of religion and alteration of the government in that kingdom / written originally in French by the Abbot Vertat ; printed the last year at Paris, and now done into English by J. Mitchel ... ; with a map of Sweden, Denmark and Norway.
Vertot, abbé de, 1655-1735. / [1700] The history of the revolution in Portugal in the year, 1640, or, An account of their revolt from Spain and setting the crown on the head of Don John of Braganza, father to Don Pedro, the present king and Catharine, Queen Dowager of England / written in French by the excellent pen of the Abbot Vertot ... ; and done into English.
Vertue, Henry, d. 1660. / [1637] A plea for peace: or A sermon preached in St. Pauls Church in London. Iuly 9. 1637. By Henry Vertue, parson of the parish church of Alhollowes Honey-Lane in London.
Vertue, Henry, d. 1660. / [1659] Christ and the Church: or Parallels, in three books.: In the first ye have the harmony between Christ and the foregoing types, by which he was fore-shadowed in the Old Testament, both persons and things. In the second the agreement between Christ and other things, to which he is compared in the holy Scriptures of the Old and New Testament. In the third the agreement between the Church and the types, by which it was foreshadowed in the Old Testament; and other resemblances, by which it is set forth in the holy Scriptures. By Henry Vertue, M.A. rector of Alhallows Hony-lane.
Very impartiall hand. / [Ian. 28. 1642, i.e. 1643] A true relation of a late victorie obtained by Sir Ralph Hopton against my Lord of Stamfords forces in Cornwall.: Which (through the mercifulnesse of the Generall Sir Ralph Hopton) was gotten with little blood-shed. The like victory cannot be paralleld in the memory of man. Being the copy of a letter written from Saltash by a Very impartiall hand, dated the 24. of this present Ian. 1642. which many other letters that came by the same post (no doubt) will confirm.
Vesalius, Andreas, 1514-1564. / [MDLI. 1551] A compendious declaration of the excellent uertues of a certain lateli inuentid oile, callid for the uuorthines thereof oile imperial. VVith the maner hou the same is to be usid, to the benefite of mankind, against innumerable diseasis. Vuriten by Thomas Rainold Doc. of Phisick.
Vesey, John, 1636-1716. / [1684] A sermon preached at Windsor before his Majesty, the second Sunday after Easter, 1684. by John Archbishop of Tuam.
Vesey, John, 1636-1716. / [1692] A sermon preached before His Excellency, the Ld. Lieutenant and the two Houses of Parliament in Christ's-Church, Dublin when they first met there together on Sunday, October 16, 1692 / by John, Lord Archbishop of Tuam.
Vesey, John, 1636-1716. / [1692] A sermon preached before His Excellency, the Lord Lieutenant and the two Houses of Parliament in Christ's-Church, Dublin when they first met there together on Sunday, October 16, 1692 / by John, Lord Archbishop of Tuam.
Vesey, John, 1636-1716. / [1683] A sermon preached at Clonmell, on Sunday the sixteenth of September, 1683 at the assizes held for the county palatine of Tipperary / by Jo. Vesey ...
Vesling, Johann, 1598-1649. / [1653] The anatomy of the body of man wherein is exactly described every part thereof in the same manner as it is commonly shewed in publick anatomies : and for the further help of yo[u]ng physitians and chyrurgions, there is added very many copper cuts ... / published in Latin by Joh. Veslingus ; and Englished by Nich. Culpeper.
Vetch, William. / [anno 1693] Two sermons preached before His Majesties High Commissioner; and the Estates of Parliament: By the appointment of the provinicial Synod of Lothian and Tweddale. Upon Sabbath the 7th. of May, 1693. Unto which is subjoyned the sermon preached at the opening up of the Synod. May 2. 1693. By Mr. William Vetch minister of Peebles.
Véron, John, d. 1563. / [1550] The godly saiyngs of the old auncient faithful fathers vp on the Sacrament of the bodye and bloude of Chryste. Newlye compyled and translated oute of Latin intoo English. By Ihon Veron Senonoys.
Véron, John, d. 1563. / [An. Do. 1548] Certayne litel treaties setforth by John Veron Senonoys, for the erudition and learnyng, of the symple [et] ingnorant peopell