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Waddam, Henry, Sir. / [1642] The Danes plot discovered against this kingdome.: With the meeting of Van Trump Dutch admirall at sea with them, upon the English coast neer Hull: wherein is related their battell, flight, and apprehension of two of their ships at Plympton Maries, in the county of Devond. Which was sent to the Lord Burrowes, and divers other the peers now assembled in Parliament, by Sir Henry Waddam of the said county, and by him ordered to be printed. As also an order sent out by the Honourable Court of Parliament, for consummating of the state affairs. John Brovvn, Cler. Parliament.
Wade, Christopher, 17th cent. / [1657] Quakery slain irrecoverably by the principal Quakers themselves, with a spiritual sword of their own forgery, whose names are here under-written their spreading spiritual murder cries up to heaven for justice, which appears clearly in this treatise ... / written in love as a fore-warning, given to all tender-hearted seeking, unsetled Christians, by Christopher Wade.
Wade, Christopher, 17th cent. / [1658] Mankinds jubilee, or, Good tidings of great joy for all people: plainly discovered by Scripture texts ... shewing that there is a common salvation of all men ... / written by Christopher Wade, An. Dom 1658.
Wade, John, b. 1643. / [1683] Redemption of time, the duty and wisdom of Christians in evil days, or, A practical discourse shewing what special opportunities ought to be redeem'd ... by J.W.
Wade, John, b.1643. / [1697] A practical discourse of confession of sins to God, as a means of pardon and cleansing. By John Wade, minister of Hammersmith.
Wade, John, fl. 1660-1680. / [1700?] A song in praise of the leather bottel. Shewing how glasses and pots are laid aside, and flaggons and noggins they cannot abide; and let all wives do what they can, ... for the praise and use of man; and this you may very well be sure, the leather bottel will longest endures and I wish in heaven his soul may dwell, that first devised the leather bottel. To the tune of, The bottel-maker's delight, &c.
Wade, John, fl. 1660-1680. / [between 1670-1677] A serious discourse between two lovers. This song will teach young men to woo, and shew young maidens what to do; nay it will learn them to be cunning too, to the tune of, When sol will cast no light, or, Deep in love. / J. Wade.
Wade, John, fl. 1660-1680. / [between 1660 and 1664] The royall oak: or, The wonderfull travels, miraculous escapes, strange accidents of his sacred majesty King Charles the second. How from Worcester fight by a good hap, our royall king made an escape ... To the tune of, In my freedom is all my joy.
Wade, John, fl. 1660-1680. / [between 1671 and 1674] A pleasant new song, in praise of the leather bottell. To the tune of, The bottel-makers delight.
Wade, John, fl. 1660-1680. / [1655-1676] The faithfull woings [sic] of two conntry [sic] lovers. The young-man he with carriage bold, did oft salute the maiden, and unto her these words he told, his heart with love was laden; and if to him her love she'd grant he'd do his best indeavour. To maintain her she should not want, and he'd forsake her never. Because he was poor the maid was coy, and would not have him entertain'd but at last he became her love and joy, and much wealth with her he gain'd.
Wade, John, fl. 1660-1680. / [between 1672 and 1680] The crafty maid of the west: or, The lusty brave miller of the western parts finely trapan'd. A merry new song to fit young-men and maids. Tune of, Packingtons Pound.
Wadsworth, Thomas, 1630-1676. / [1680] Wadsworth's remains being a collection of some few meditations with respect to the Lords-Supper, three pious letters when a young student at Cambridg, two practical sermons much desired by the hearers, several sacred poems and private ejaculations / by Thomas Wadsworth. With a preface containing several remarkables of his holy life and death from his own note-book, and those that knew him best.
Wadsworth, Thomas, 1630-1676. / [1660] A serious exhortation to an holy life, or, A plea for the absolute necessity of inherent righteousness in those that hope to be saved by Tho. Wadsworth.
Wager, W. William. / [1570?] A comedy or enterlude intituled, Inough is as good as a feast very fruteful, godly and ful of pleasant mirth. Compiled by W. Wager. Seuen may easely play this enterlude. The names of the players. ...
Waghenaer, Lucas Janszoon, 1534 or 5-1606. / [1588?] The mariners mirrour wherin may playnly be seen the courses, heights, distances, depths, soundings, flouds and ebs, risings of lands, rocks, sands and shoalds, with the marks for th'entrings of the harbouroughs, havens and ports of the greatest part of Europe: their seueral traficks and commodities: together wth. the rules and instrume[n]ts of navigation. First made & set fourth in diuers exact sea-charts, by that famous nauigator Luke Wagenar of Enchuisen and now fitted with necessarie additions for the use of Englishmen by Anthony Ashley. Heerin also may be understood the exploits lately atchiued by the right Honorable the L. Admiral of Engla[n]d with her Maties. nauie and some former seruices don by that worthy knight Sr. Fra: Drake.
Wagstaffe, John, 1633-1677. / [1660] Historical reflections on the Bishop of Rome:: chiefly discovering those events of humane affaires which most advanced the papal usurpation. By John Wagstaff, M.A. O.C.
Wagstaffe, John, rector of Little Wenlock. / [1684] Joshua's resolution; or the duties of houshold-governours discoursed of, and fairly stated; their failures therein mildly consider'd, and without favour or affection impartially weighed. The subject suited to the capacities of tamworth auditory, and preached there, and elsewhere, by John Wagstaffe, A.M. and rector of Little Wenlock, in Shropshire.
Wagstaffe, Thomas, 1645-1712. / [1693] Supplement to His Majesties most gracious speech: directed to the honourable House of Commons / by the commons of England.
Wagstaffe, Thomas, 1645-1712. / [1691] Sherlock against Sherlock. The master of the temple's reasons for his late taking the oath to their Majesties, answered, / by the rector of St. George Botolph-Lane. With modest remarks on the doctors celebrated notions of allegiance to soveraign powers.
Wagstaffe, Thomas, 1645-1712. / [1685] A sermon preached on the 26th day of July, 1685 being the day of thanks-giving appointed for His Majesty's victory over the rebels : in the united parishes of St. Margaret Pattons, and St. Gabriell Fenchurch, London / by Tho. Wagstaffe ...
Wagstaffe, Thomas, 1645-1712. / [1685] A sermon preached before the Right Honourable the lord mayor, and the Court of Aldermen, at the Guild-Hall Chappel on November the 23d. 1684 by Thomas Wagstaffe ...
Wagstaffe, Thomas, 1645-1712. / [1683] A sermon preached at Stow, in the county of Bucks, on the ninth of September, 1683 being the day of thanksgiving appointed by the King's declaration, for acknowledging God's great mercy in discovering and defeating the late treasonable conspiracy against His Sacred Majesty's person and government / by Tho. Wagstaffe ...
Wagstaffe, Thomas, 1645-1712. / [1689?] A letter to the author of the late Letter out of the countrey, occasioned by a former Letter to a member of the House of Commons concerning the Bishops lately in the Tower, and now under suspension.
Wagstaffe, Thomas, 1645-1712. / [1694] A letter to a gentleman elected a knight of the shire to serve in the present Parliament
Wagstaffe, Thomas, 1645-1712. / [1694] A letter out of Suffolk to a friend in London giving some account of the last sickness and death of Dr. VVilliam Sancroft late Lord Archbishop of Canterbury.
Wagstaffe, Thomas, 1645-1712. / [1694] A letter out of Lancashire to a friend in London, giving some account of the late tryals there together with some seasonable and proper remarks upon it, recommended to the wisdom of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament.
Wagstaffe, Thomas, 1645-1712. / [1692] An answer to Dr. Sherlock's Vindication of The case of allegiance due to sovereign powers which he made in reply to an answer to a late pamphlet, intituled, Obedience and submission to the present government, demonstrated from Bishop Overal's convocation-book : with a postscript, in answer to Dr. Sherlock's Case of allegiance, &c. / by the same author.
Wagstaffe, Thomas, 1645-1712. / [Printed in the year, 1692] An answer to A letter to Dr. Sherlock written in vindication of that part of Josephus's history which gives the account of Jaddus's submission to Alexander against the answer to the piece entituled, Obedience and submission to the present government / by the same author.
Wagstaffe, Thomas, 1645-1712. / [1696] An account of the proceedings in the House of Commons in relation to the recoining the clipp'd money, and falling the price of guineas together with a particular list of the names of the members consenting and dissenting : in answer to a letter out of the countrey.
Wails, Isabel. / [1685] A warning to the inhabitants of Leeds, and all others in cities, towns and villages, who have willfully been persecuting the people of the Lord whom he hath called by his eternal spirit to magnifie himself in, and to testifie for truth and righteousness, and against all ungodly works, and workers thereof / by Isabel Wails.
Waite, J. (Joseph) / [1681] The parents primer and the mothers lookingglasse, or, Counsel for parents in the education of children for their temporal, spiritual, and eternal happinesse : in a dialogue between a minister and a father : to which is added a second dialogue of the Decalogue : and to that a third dialogue concerning the Sabbath-day / by J. Waite ...
Waite, John, fl. 1666. / [anno Dom. 1645] The way to heaven by water concomitated, by the sweet-breathing gales of the spirit: wherein, the point of originall sinne is touched; infants baptisme justified, and how far the guilt of originall sinne, in the elect, is therein ordinarily removed, &c. Delivered in severall lectures at Kingston upon Hull, by John Waite, B.D, and lecturer there for the present. Imprimatur, Jas. Craford, Decemb: 2, 1644.
Waite, John, fl. 1666. / [1650] Of the creatures liberation from the bondage of corruption. Wherein is discussed I. What is most probably meant by (the creature.) II. The vanitie or corruption from which it shall be delivered, and its unwillingnesse to that vanitie. III. The manner or way of its deliverance. IV. What creatures are conceived as most capable of this, and of their use after restauration. V. And lastly is discussed that glorious libertie of the sonnes of God into which the creature is to be reduced. Discursu philosophico--theologico, by John Waite, B.D.
Waite, Joseph. / [1668] The highest end and chiefest work of a Christian : set forth in two plain discourses, concerning the glory of God, and our own salvation / By J.W.
Waite, Mary. / [1679] A warning to all Friends who professeth the everlasting truth of God which he hath revealed and made manifest in this his blessed day (whether on this side, or beyond the seas).
Waite, Richard. / [1683] The widdows mite cast into the treasury of the Lord God and given forth to the upright-hearted.
Wake, Isaac, Sir, 1580?-1632. / [1655] A three fold help to political observations contained in three discourses.: Written by that learned and experienced gentleman, Sir Jsaac Wake. 1. The first concerning the thirteen cantons of the Helvetical League, or of the Switzers. 2. The second declaring the state of Italy, as it stood neer about the year 1625. 3. The third touching the proceedings of the King of Sweden in his wars in Germany. Published for the benefit of the diligent observer.
Wake, Isaac, Sir, 1580?-1632. / [1608] Oratio funebris habita in templo beatæ Mariæ Oxon. Ab Isaaco Wake, Publico academiæ oratore, Maij 25. An. 1607. quum mœsti Oxonienses, pijs manibus Iohannis Rainoldi parentarent.
Wake, Isaac, Sir, 1580?-1632. / [1641] Divine meditations. Written by an honourable person. Whereto is adjoyned, a determination of the question, whether men ought to kneele at the receipt of the Holy Communion. And an essay of friendship
Wake, William, 1657-1737. / [1687] A second defence of the exposition of the doctrine of the Church of England against the new exceptions of Monsieur de Meaux, Late Bishop of Condom, and his vindicator, the first part, in which the account that has been given of the Bishop of Meaux's Exposition, is fully vindicated ...
Wake, William, 1657-1737. / [1686] An exposition of the doctrine of the Church of England in the several articles proposed by Monsieur de Meaux, late Bishop of Condom, in his Exposition of the doctrine of the Catholick Church to which is prefix'd a particular account of Monsieur de Meaux's book.
Wake, William, 1657-1737. / [1687] A discourse of the Holy Eucharist, in the two great points of the real presence and the adoration of the Host in answer to the two discourses lately printed at Oxford on this subject : to which is prefixed a large historical preface relating to the same argument.
Wake, William, 1657-1737. / [1688] A discourse concerning the nature of idolatry in which a late author's true and onely notion of idolatry is considered and confuted.
Wake, William, 1657-1737. / [1686] A defence of the exposition of the doctrine of the Church of England against the exceptions of Monsieur de Meaux, late Bishop of Condom, and his vindicator : the contents are in the next leaf.
Wake, William, 1657-1737. / [MDCLXXXVIII 1688] A continuation of the present state of the controversy between the Church of England and the Church of Rome being a full account of the books that have been of late written on both sides.
Wakeman, Edward. / [1664] The pattern of ecclesiastical ordination, or, Apostolick separation being a discourse upon Acts the 13. 4,5 ... / by Edward Wakeman ...
Wakeman, Robert, 1575 or 6-1629. / [Ann. Dom. 1607] The poore-mans preacher. A sermon preached at S. Maries Spittle in London, on Tuesday in Easter weeke, being April. 7. 1607. By Ro. Wakeman Bachelar of Diuinitie, and fellow of Ballioll College in Oxford.
Wakeman, Robert, 1575 or 6-1629. / [1606] Ionahs sermon, and Ninivehs repentance. A sermon preached at Pauls Crosse Jun. 20. 1602. and now thought fit to be published for our meditations in these times. By Ro. Wakeman Master of Arts and fellow of Balioll Colledge in Oxford.
Wakeman, Samuel, 1635-1692. / [1673] A young man's fancy to the rising generation being a sermon preached upon the death, and at the desire of John Tappin of Boston, who deceased at Fairfield the 10th of October 1672, being in the nineteenth year of his age / by Samuel Wakeman ...
Waker, John. / [anno Domnini M.D.C.XXV. 1625] A table briefly pointing out such places of Scripture, as either plainely or by good consequence condemne the principall points of popery; gathered by I.VV. for the use and benefit of God's people.
Waker, John. / [Imprinted Anno Dom. cIc. Ic. c.xxiiii] A breefe of scripture disproving the principall points of popery / gathered by J.W. for the use of the people of his owne charge.
Waker, Nathaniel. / [1655] The vvay to life and death.: Laid down in a sermon, 1629. before the Lord Major of London then being. / By N. Waker M.A. late minister of Jesus Christ at Lawndon in Buckinghamshire. Now published for the reasonableness of the advice therein given, touching the five controverted points, viz. predestination, general redemption, freewill, conversion, and perseverance of the siants. Directing a safe way for the practice of private Christians, as confessed by the disputants on both sides.
Walby, Anthony. / [1643] Good newes from the traine bands and auxiliars: being a true relation of their meeting with the Lord Generals forces, and what exceeding joy was exprest at that instant on both sides : likewise the number of the forces that are so happily met ... also a true narrative of the raising the siege at Exeter ... sent from a souldier there, bearing date Septemb. 2 ...
Walcot, Thomas, d. 1683. / [1683] The speeches of Captain Walcot, Jo. Rouse and Will. Hone, on Friday the twentieth of July, 1683
Walcot, Thomas, d. 1683. / [1683] The speeches of Cap. Walcot, Jo. Rouse, and Will. Hone. One Friday the 20th of July 1683.
Walcot, Thomas, d. 1683. / [1683] The proceedings to execution of the sentence awarded against Capt. Thomas Walcot, William Hone, & John Rouse; for high-treason. Who were on Friday the 20th. of this instant July drawn, hanged and quartered at Tyburn, for conspiring against the life of the King, and to raise war and rebellion, in order to subvert the government, &c. Containing a relation of what happened during their imprisonment, and at the place of execution¨ With their confessions at Tyburn.
Walcot, Thomas, d. 1683. / [1683?] The last speeches and confessions of Captain Thomas Walcott, John Rowse and William Hone, joyner, at the common place of execution on Friday the 20th of this present July, 1683 : who were all found guilty of high-treason for conspiring the death of His Sacred Majesty and his royal brother James, Duke of York.
Walcot, William. / [1694] The case of Mr. Walcot, concerning his making sea-water fresh, clear and wholesome:
Walcot, William. / [1695] An Answer to Mr. Fitz-Gerald's state of the case concerning the patent of making salt water fresh
Waldeck, Georg Friedrich, Graf von, 1620-1692. / [1689] Prince Waldeck's letter to the States-General giving and account of a great victory obtained over the French the 25th of this instant August, 1689. Licensed August 24. 1689.
Waldeck, Georg Friedrich, Graf von, 1620-1692. A more full and impartial account of the fight between the Dutch and the French, at Flerans. Sent in a letter by His Highness Prince Waldeck, which is as followeth. Dated at Brussels 3d. of July.
Waldeck, Georg Friedrich, Graf von, 1620-1692. / [1689] A full and perfect relation of a great and signal victory gain'd by the English and Hollanders over the French translated out of Dutch.
Walden, Richard. / [printed in the year; 1664] Parnassus aboriens: or, Some sparkes of poesie. By R.W. Philomus.
Walden, Richard. / [Printed anno virginis parturientis, 1662] Panaletha plazol'oga. Or the deplumation of Mrs Anne Gibbs of those furtivous perfections whereof she was supposed a proprietary, by envious fame. Deplored by her (once) admirer, R.W.
Walden, Richard. / [Printed, anno virginis parturientis, 1662] Palinodia. Sive Fama vapulans occasioned by her retractation of her precipitate censure of Mrs. Anne Gibbs, by her real convert and re-admirer, R.W.
Walden, Richard. / [Printed anno virginis parturientis. 1662] Io ruminans: or The repercussion of a triumph celebrated in the palace of Diana Ardenna. By the rustick muse of R.W. Proicho-philo-mazix.
Waldenfield, Samuel. / [1680] A tender salutation to the flock of God
Wales, Elkanah, 1588-1669. / [1659. i.e. 1658] Mount Ebal levell'd: or redemption from the curse. Wherein are discovered, 1. The wofull condition of sinners under the curse of the law. 2. The nature of the curse, what it is, with the symptomes of it, in its properties, and effects. 3. That wonderful dispensation of Christs becoming a curse for us. 4. The grace of redemption, wherein it stands, in opposition to some gross errors of the times, which darken the truth of it. 5. The excellent benefits, priviledges, comforts, and engagements to duty, which flow from it. By Elkanah Wales, M.A. preacher of the Gospel at Pudsey in York-shire.
Wales, Samuel. / [1680] Totum hominis: or The whole duty of a Christian, consisting in faith and good life. Abridged in certain sermons expounding Paul's prayer for the Thessalonians, Epist. 2. Chap. 1. Vers. 11, 12. By Samuel Wales minister of the gospel at Morley in York-shire.
Wales, Samuel. / [1681] Totum hominis, or, The whole duty of a Christian, consisting in faith and good life abridged in certain sermons expounding Paul's prayer for the Thessalonians, Epist. 2, Chap. 1, Vers. 11, 12 / by the late reverend and worthy Mr. Samuel Wales ...
Walford, Benjamin, d. ca. 1710. / [1691] A catalogue of prints and drawings, by the most eminent masters of Europe collected by a gentleman for his own curiosity in his travels beyond sea. Which will be sold by auction, on Monday the 9th of this instant Mrch, 1690/1. at the sign of the Bear in Ave-Mary-Lane, near Ludgate-street, exactly at three of the clock in the afternoon. By Benj. Walford. Catalogues are distributed by Mr. Nott in the Pall-mall, Mr. Gilliflower in Westminster-Hall, Mr. Lowndes near the Savoy, Mr. Wilkinson in Fleet-street, Mr. Parker over-against the Royal Exchange, and at the place of sale.
Walford, William, fl. 1687. / [1687] A true account from on board the good ship Cæsar, in her voyage to the East Indies·: Captain - Wright commander.
Walker, Anthony, d. 1692. / [1680] The virtuous woman found her loss bewayl'd, and character exemplified in a sermon preach't at Felsted in Essex, at the funeral of the most excellent and religious lady, the Right Honourable Mary Countess Dowager of Warwick. By Anthony Walker D.D. rector of Fyfield in the said county. To which are annexed some of her ladyships pious and useful meditations.
Walker, Anthony, d. 1692. / [1694] The vertuous wife: or, the holy life of Mrs. Elizabth Walker, late wife of A. Walker, D.D. sometime Rector of Fyfield in Essex: Giving a modest and short account of her exemplary piety and charity. Published for the glory of God, and provoking others to the like graces and vertues. With some useful papers and letters writ by her on several occasions.
Walker, Anthony, d. 1692. / [1691] The true interest of nations impartially stated in a sermon preached at the Lent assizes at Chelmesford in Essex, March 2d. 1690/1 : proving that the promoting universal righteousness, piety, justice, and honesty, is the sure means to exalt a nation ... / by Anthony Walker ...
Walker, Anthony, d. 1692. / [1679] Say on, or, A seasonable plea for a full hearing betwixt man and man and a serious plea for the like hearing betwixt God and man : delivered in a sermon at Chelmsford in Essex, at the general assize holden for the said county, before the Honourable Sir Timothy Littleton, one of His Majesty's Barons of the Exchecquer, July 8, 1678 / by Anthony Walker ...
Walker, Anthony, d. 1692. / [1664] Planctus unigeniti et spes resuscitandi, or, The bitter sorrows for a first born sweetened with the hopes of a better resurrection with consolations, moral and divine, against the death of friends, suited to the present occasion : delivered in a funeral sermon at Felsted in Essex, May 23, 1664, at the solemn interment of ... Charles Lord Rich, the only child of ... the Earle of Warwick / by A. Walker.
Walker, Anthony, d. 1692. / [1682] The great evil of procrastination, or, The sinfulness and danger of defering repentance in several discourses / by Anthony Walker ...
Walker, Anthony, d. 1692. / [1660] God save the King: or Pious and loyal joy, the subjects duty, for their soveraign's safety.: Opened in a sermon at Aldermanbury, upon the 30 of May, being the day after his Majesties most happy, joyfull and triumphant entrance into London. By Anthony Walker, minister of the Gospell at Fyfield in Essex.
Walker, Anthony, d. 1692. / [MDCLXXXV. 1685] Fax fonte accensa, fire out of water: or, An endeavour to kindle devotion, from the consideration of the fountains God hath made: Designed for the benefit of those who use the waters of Tunbridg-Wells, the Bath, Epsom, Scarborough, Chigwell, Astrop, Northall, &c. Two sermons preached at New Chappel by Tunbridg-Wells. With devout meditations of Cardinal Bellarmin upon fountains of waters. Also some form of meditations, prayers, and thanksgivings, suited to the occasion. By Anthony Walker, D.D.
Walker, Anthony, d. 1692. / [1678] Euråeka, Euråeka the virtuous woman found, her loss bewailed, and character examined in a sermon preached at Felsted in Essex, April 30, 1678, at the funeral of ... Mary, countess dowager of Warwick, the most illustrious pattern of a sincere piety, and solid goodness his age hath produced : with so large additions as may be stiled the life of that noble lady : to which are annexed some of her ladyships pious and useful meditations / by Anthony Walker.
Walker, Clement, 1595-1651. / [printed in the yeare, 1647] The mystery of the two ivntos Presbyterian and independent. Or, The serpent in the bosome vnfolded.
Walker, Clement, 1595-1651. / [Printed in the yeare, 1648] The history of independency,: with the rise, growth, and practices of that powerfull and restlesse faction.
Walker, Clement, 1595-1651. / [1661] The compleat History of independencie Upon the Parliament begun 1640. By Clem. Walker, Esq; Continued till this present year 1660. which fourth part was never before published.
Walker, Clement, 1595-1651. / [1650] The case between Clement VValker, Esq. and Humphrey Edwards, truely stated.:
Walker, Clement, 1595-1651. / [1661] An appendix to The history of independency being a brief description of some few of Argyle's proceedings, before and since he joyned in confederacy with the independent junto in England : with a parallel betwixt him and Cromwell, and a caveat to all his seduced adherents.
Walker, Clement, 1595-1651. / [Printed in the yeere, M.DC.XLIII. 1643] An answer to Col: Nathaniel Fiennes relation concerning his surrender of the city and castle of Bristol.:
Walker, Clement, 1595-1651. / [Printed in the year, 1648] Animadversions upon the Armies Remonstrance, delivered to the House of Commons, Monday, 20. November, 1648.: In vindication of the Parliaments treaty with the King in the Isle of Wight.
Walker, Clement, 1595-1651. / [Printed in the yeare, M. DC. XL. IX. 1649] Anarchia Anglicana: or, the history of independency. The second part Being a continuation of relations and observations historicall and politique upon this present Parliament, begun anno 16. Caroli Primi. By Theodorus Verax.
Walker, Edward, Sir, 1612-1677. / [1660] Iter Carolinum being a succinct relation of the necessitated marches, retreats, and sufferings, of His Majesty Charls the I from January 10, 1641, till the time of his death 1648 / collected by a daily attendant upon His Sacred Majesty during all the said time.
Walker, George, B.D., d. 1651. / [1641?] An exhortation to his dearely beloued countrimen, all the natiues of the countie of Lancaster, inhabiting in and about the Citie of London; tending to perswade and stirre them vp to a yearely contribution, for the erecting of lectures, and maintaining of some godly and painfull preachers in such places of that country as have most neede, by reason of ignorance and superstition there abounding: / composed by George Walker pastor of St. Iohn the Euangelists ...
Walker, Henry, fl. 1643. / [1643?] The remonstrance of the Commons of England, to the House of Commons assembled in Parliament: Preferred to them by the hands of the speaker.
Walker, Henry, Ironmonger. / [1642] The sermon of Henry Walker, ironmonger:: having beene twice apprehended, for writing seditious pamphlets. Being both times rescued out of the hands of the officers. And now preacheth up and downe the City.
Walker, Henry, Ironmonger. / [1660] Serious observations lately made, touching his Majesty Charles the Second, King of England, Scotland,France & Ireland.: King Charles Stuart, in Hebrew thus: [Hebrew] translated into English, is thus, the King hath prepared a refreshing, hee hath crushed it out of the rock by degrees. Published to inform the people, per H. Walker. S.S.T.S.
Walker, Henry, Ironmonger. / [1641] A gad of steele,: wrought and tempered for the heart to defend it from being battred by Sathans temptation, and to give it a sharpe and lasting edge in heavenly consolation. Shevving that Deus est optima possessio, God is the best possession. / By Hen. Walker, SS. Theolog.
Walker, Henry, Ironmonger. / [Printed in the yeare, 1641] An answer to a foolish pamphlet entituled A swarme of sectaries & schismaticks.: Put forth by John Taylor the water-poet. Wherein is set downe 1. An epistle to John Taylor. 2. Iohn Taylors armes, blazed by Fennor. 3. George Hattons lines sent to Iohn Taylor. 4. The view of his long silence. 5. The view of his writing this booke. 6. A view of the title. 7. A view of Iohn Taylor in the tub. 8. A view of his Puritans. 9. A view of his hypocrisie. 10. An exhortation to Iohn Taylor to repent.
Walker, Mary, Mrs. / [1650] The case of Mrs Mary VValker,: the wife of Clement Walker, Esq: truly stated. Humbly tendered to every individual member of the supream authority of the nation, the Commons assembled in Parliament.
Walker, Mary, Mrs. / [1650] The case of Mrs Mary VValker,: the wife of Clement Walker, Esq: truly stated. Humbly tendered to every individual member of the supream authority of the nation, the Commons assembled in Parliament.
Walker, Ralph, preacher of the word. / [1608] A learned and profitable treatise of Gods prouidence Written for the instruction and comfort of the godly: for the winning and conuersion of sinners: and for a terror to the obstinate and prophane: diuided into sixe parts. By Ralph Walker preacher of the Word.
Walker, Samuel, M.A. / [1695] A sermon preached at the Oxfordshire feast at St. Mary le Bow, November 15, 1694: by Samuel Walker, M.A. ; published at the request of the stewards.
Walker, Thomas, 1658 or 9-1716. / [1693] A sermon preached at Great St. Marie's church in Cambridge before the Right Honourable the Lord Chief-Justice Holt, at the assizes held there, August 1, 1693 / by Tho. Walker ...
Walker, Thomas, 1658 or 9-1716. / [1691] Divine hymns, or, A paraphrase upon the Te Deum, &c. and the Song of the three children, or canticle Benedicite omnia opera, &c. as they are in the Book of common prayer by T. Walker ...
Walker, William, 1623-1684. / [1655] A treatise of English particles shewing how to render them according to the proprietie and elegance of the Latin : with A praxis upon the same : whereunto is affix't Idiomatologiae Anglo-Latine specimen, or, A taste of an English-Latine phraseologie ... / by W.W.
Walker, William, 1623-1684. / [1676] Some improvements to the art of teaching especially in the first grounding of a young scholar in grammar learning. Shewing a short, sure, and easie way to bring a scholar to variety and elegancy in writing Latine. Written for the help and ease of all ushers of schools, and country school-masters, and for the use and profit of all younger scholars. The second edition with many additions. By William Walker, B.D. author of the Treatise of English particles.
Walker, William, 1623-1684. / [1667] The preciousness of Christ to the believing-Christian. Plainly and briefly set forth for the edification and consolation of believers in, and lovers of the Lord Jesus Christ. In a sermon on I Pet. 2. 7. By William Walker, B.D.
Walker, William, 1623-1684. / [1677] A modest plea for infants baptism wherein the lawfulness of the baptizing of infants is defended against the antipædobaptists ... : with answers to objections / by W.W. B.D.
Walker, William, 1623-1684. / [1678] Baptismåon didachåe, the doctrine of baptisms, or, A discourse of dipping and sprinkling wherein is shewed the lawfulness of other ways of baptization, besides that of a total immersion, and objections against it answered / by William Walker ...
Walker, William, d. 1726. / [1698] Victorious love a tragedy, as it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drewry-Lane / written by Mr. William Walker.
Walkington, Edward. / [1695] A sermon preached in Christ-Church before His Excellency the lord deputy and the honorable House of Peers, October the 8th, 1695 being the day appointed for a solemn thanksgiving for the taking the strong cittadel of Namur, and for the other happy successes of His Majesty's forces, and those of his allies in Flanders this campaign / by Edward, Lord Bishop of Down & Connor.
Walkley, Thomas, d. 1658? / [1644] A nevv catalogue of the names of the knights for the counties, citizens and burgesses for the boroughs, and barons for the ports for the House of Commons, for this Parliament.: Begunne at VVestminster the 3 of Novem. 1640. and continued to this time. VVerein the reader may take notice, that those who have deserted the Parliament since it began, their names are deciphered with this figure *: likewise those that are dead, with the letter, d.
Walkley, Thomas, d. 1658? / [1644] A nevv catalogue of the dukes, marquesses, earles, viscounts, barons, that sit in this present Parliament.: Begunne at VVestminster the 3 of Novem. 1640. and continued to this time. VVherein the reader may take notice, that those who have deserted the Parliament since it began, their names are deciphered with this figure *: likewise those that are dead, with the letter, d.
Walkley, Thomas, d. 1658? / [1641] A catalogve of the names of the knights for the counties, citizens, burgesses for the boroughes, and barons for the ports for the House of Commons, for this Parliament: begvn at Westminster the 3. of November, 1640.
Walkley, Thomas, d. 1658? / [1640 i.e. 1641] A catalogue of the names of the knights for the counties, citizens, burgesses for the boroughes, and barons for the ports for the House of Commons, for this Parliament.: Begun at Westminster the 3. of November, 1640.
Walkley, Thomas, d. 1658? / [1640] A catalogue of the names of the knights for the counties, citizens, burgesses for the boroughes, and barons for the ports for the House of Commons, for this Parliament.: Begun at Westminster the 13. of April, 1640.
Walkley, Thomas, d. 1658? / [1640. i.e. 1641] A catalogue of the Lords spirituall and temporall of the higher house of Parliament. 1640:
Walkley, Thomas, d. 1658? / [1640] A catalogue of the dukes, marquesses, earles, viscounts, bishops, barons, that sit in this Parliament,: begun at Westminster the 3. of November, 1640.
Wall, John, 1588-1666. / [1648] None but Christ,: or A plain and familiar treatise of the knowledge of Christ, exciting all men to study to know Jesus Christ and him crucified, with a particular, applicatory, and saving knowledge, in diverse sermons upon I Cor. 2. 2. / By John Wall B.D. preacher of the word of God at Mich. Cornhill London.
Wall, John, 1588-1666. / [1662] A divine theater, or, A stage for Christians delivered in a sermon at Christ-Church in Oxford / by John Wall ...
Wall, John, 1588-1666. / [1658] Christian reconcilement: or God at peace with man in Christ, delivered in a sermon at St Mary's in Oxford. / By John Wall, Dr in divinity and præbendary of Christ-Church in Oxford.
Wall, John, 1588-1666. / [1627] Alæ seraphicæ The seraphins vvings to raise us unto heauen. Deliuered in six sermons, partly at Saint Peters in Westminster, partly at S. Aldates in Oxford. 1623. By Iohn Wall Doctor in Diuinity, of Christ-Church in Oxford.
Wall, John, Saint, 1620-1679. / [1679] A true copy of the speech of Mr. Francis Johnstons, alias Dormore, alias Webb, alias Wall, a priest of the Church of Rome (who was convicted before Mr. Justice Atkins, at Worcester, last Lent-Assizes, upon an indictment on the statute of the 27 Eliz. Cap. 2) which he spake upon the ladder, immediately before his execution, on Fryday last, August 22, 1679
Wall, John, Saint, 1620-1679. / [1679] Mr. Johnson's speech which he deliver'd to his friend to be printed (as he mention'd at the place of execution.)
Wall, Samuel, clerk. / [printed in the year, 1660] The grand convention for Englands summum bonum: As it was held by the loyal cavaliers, and the phanatick hereticks. Wherein is proved that there can be no peace nor settlement till the restoration of Charles the Second to his crown and dignities. By Samuel Wall, clerk.
Wall, Thomas. / [1681?] Tythes no Gospel-ministers maintenance proved in a seasonable answer to the arguments of Mr. John Crawford, minister of High-Holden in Kent. By Thomas Wall.
Wall, Thomas. / [1688] Spiritual armour to defend the head from the superfluity of naughtiness being a loving and Christian tender, humbly offered to the pious and serious consideration of the ministers of the Gospel and to all others it may concern : wherein is proved that it is unlawful for women to cut their hair polled or shorn and men to wear the same to cover their heads : together with how men and women ought according to the written law of God and nature to wear their hair.
Wall, Thomas. / [1681?] A second Christian warning-piece wherein is shewed the first and chief cause of England's present misery, proved to be the chief magistrate's neglect, in not fully doing that work God hath commanded, that must yet be done, because God hath said it, before this nation can expect deliverance. Humbly presented to the Parliament.
Wall, Thomas. / [1669] A necessary treatise for this age, or, A plain discovery of that great error of denying baptisme with water to the children of believers in justification of the arguments of John Turner, for infants basptisme, against Robert Admond : together with several other useful particulars on this subject, the contents whereof follow in the next page / briefly and plainly handled and discust by Thomas Wall.
Wall, Thomas. / [1681] More work for the dean in a brief answer to some scandalous reports published by Dr. Stillingfleet in his book entituled, "An impartial account of the history, nature and pleas of the present separation from the communion of the Church of England" against some of the Lords faithful servants, namely, Mr. Henry Barrow, Mr. John Greenwood, Mr. John Penry, who by the bishops means, after long imprisonment, were put to death, contrary to Queen Elizabeths mind; in the year 1593 ... : as likewise here is word for word the petition of those persecuted Christians, wherein is shewed the barbarous usage of the bishops to them : together with the refutation of the then esteemed Bishop of Winchester's blasphemous doctrine, by Mr. Henry Barrow, with the descripton of the true Church of God, according to Christs Testament, by the whole Church at London, whom the doctor calleth Brownists; with the reason why they were so nick-named by their enemies : very needful for all true Protestants to know / by Thomas Wall.
Wall, Thomas. Infants baptism from heaven, of divine institution. Being a brief yet satisfactory answer to some objections made by Hercules Collins, in his book entituled, Believers baptism from heaven, infants baptism from earth, &c. against certain truths proved in a book entituled, Baptism anatomized. Propounded in five queries, by Tho. Wall. Viz. 1. What water-baptism is? 2. What is the end for which it was instituted? 3. What giveth right to it? 4. Who are the true administrators of it? 5. Whether it be lawful for a man to baptise himself? Wherein the right that the infants of believers have to water-baptism is vindicated: the duty of believing parents in that matter asserted: and that by the contrary tenet and practice, they ought themselved to be excluded from the Lords-Supper, is plainly and fully proved. And wherein is also proved, that the covenant which God made with Abraham, Gen. 17. and with Israel, Exod. 19. and Deut. 29. are the covenant of grace in Christ, and not part of the covenant of works made with Adam before his fall.
Wall, Thomas. / [1658] God's revenge against the enemies of the church written by T.W.
Wall, Thomas. / [1657] A comment on the times, or, A character of the enemies of the church.: Written by Thomas Wall, Mr. in arts and minister of Jesus Christ.
Wall, Thomas. / [1680] A Christian warning-piece for all true Protestants by way of Christian counsel and advice to the King's most excellent Majesty, and all his good Protestant subjects, founded forth out of the written word of God : wherein is clearly shewed ... / by Thomas Wall.
Wall, Thomas. / [MDCXCI. 1691] Baptism anatomized being propounded in five queries, viz. I. What water-baptism is? II. What is the end for which it was instituted? III. What giveth right to it? IV. Who are the true administrators of it? V. Whether it be lawful for a man to baptize himself? Wherein the right that the infants of believers have to water-baptism is vindicated: the duty of believing parents in that matter, asserted: and that by the contrary tenet and practise, they ought themselves to be excluded from the Lords-Supper, is plainly and fully proved. And wherein also is proved, that the covenant which God made with Abraham, Gen. 17. and with Israel Exod. ch. 19. and Deut. 29. are the Covenant of Grace in Christ, and not part of the covenant of works made with Adam before his fall. By Thomas Wall.
Wall, William Cuthbert, 1625?-1704. / [1687] A sermon preach'd before the King and Queen in Their Majesties Chappel at St. James's on Sunday, October 24, 1686 by the Reverend Father Dom. W.M. Monk of the Holy Order of St. Benedict ...
Wallace, William, fl. 1689? / [1689?] Duplys for the Laird of Seualtoun, and others the late magistrats of the burgh of Irwine, to the replys given in by the present magistrats against them:
Wallas, Samuel. / [printed in the year. 1659] The good angel of Stamford. Or An extraordinary cure of an extraordinary consumption,: in a true and faithful narrative of Samuel Wallas recovered, by the power of God, and prescription of an angel.
Waller, Edmund, 1606-1687. / [Printed Anno Domini, 1642] A vindication of the King,: with some observations upon the two Houses: by a true son of the Church of England, and a lover of his countries liberty.
Waller, Edmund, 1606-1687. / [1642] A vindication of the King with some observations upon the two houses / by a true son of the Church of England, and a lover of his countries liberty. Together with the resolution of Wiltshire, and the petition of the gentlemen of the foure Innes of Court, in behalfe of all the true protestants in England &c. ; also His Majesties letter to both Houses of Parliament the 20th of January.
Waller, Edmund, 1606-1687. / [1660] To the King, upon His Majesties happy return:
Waller, Edmund, 1606-1687. / [1645] Poems &c. written by Mr. Ed. Waller ... ; and printed by a copy of his own hand-writing ; all the lyrick poems in this booke were set by Mr. Henry Lawes ...
Waller, Edmund, 1606-1687. / [1655] A panegyrick to my Lord Protector,: of the present greatness and joynt interest of His Highness, and this nation. / By E.W. Esq.
Waller, Edmund, 1606-1687. / [Anno Dom. 1643] Mr. Wallers speech in the House of Commons, on Tuesday the fourth of July, 1643.: Being brought to the Barre, and having leave given him by the speaker, to say what hee could for himselfe, before they proceeded to expell him the House. Iuly 14. 1643. Imprimatur, John White.
Waller, Edmund, 1606-1687. / [1641] Mr. Wallers speech in Parliament, at a conference of both Houses in the painted chamber. 6. Iuly 1641:
Waller, Hardress, Sir, 1604?-1666? / [1659] By the Major General of the Parliaments forces in Ireland, with the advice of the Council of Officers.
Waller, William, Gent. / [1693] A short account of Sir Carbery Pryse's lead-work given in the first of June, 1693. by William Waller, steward there.
Waller, William, Gent. / [1698] An essay on the value of the mines, late of Sir Carbery Price by William Waller, Gent ...
Waller, William, Sir, 1597?-1668. / [March 28. 1643] A letter from Sir William Waller, a member of the House of Commons, to the Right Honorable, Robert Earl of Essex his excellencie;: of a great victory he obtained at Malmsbury, 23. Martii, in the county of Wilts: with the names of divers of the commanders in chief that he took, with 300 foot, a troop of horse, and many peeces of ordnance. Also a true relation of Sergeant Major Burghells valour, who went into the enemies quarters at Sherston, routed them, took twenty five prisoners, one captain, two lieutenants, one quarter-master, killed eight, and took forty or fifty horses and arms, without the losse of one man. Ordered by the Commons in Parliament, that this letter be forthwith printed and published: H: Elsynge, Cl. Parl. D. Com.
Waller, William, Sir, 1597?-1668. / [Jan. 8. 1644] A full relation of the late proceedings, victory and good success (through Gods providence) obtained by the Parliaments forces under Sir William Waller, at the taking of the town and castle of Arundell, in Sussex, Decem. 20. and Jan. 6.: Where were taken above a thousand prisoners, two thousand arms, neer two hundred horse, about a hundred commanders and officers, with great store of treasure. As it was delivered by a messenger from Sir William Waller, to the Right Honorable, William Lenthall Esq; Speaker to the House of Commons. And by him appointed to be forthwith printed and published.
Waller, William, Sir, 1597?-1668. / [1680] Divine meditations upon several occasions with a dayly directory / by the excellent pen of Sir William Waller ...
Waller, William, Sir, 1597?-1668. / [Jan. 11. 1644] Certain propositions made by Sir William Waller, at the surrender of Arundell-Castle.: Together with a list of the names of the commanders taken in the said castle. Also, verses gratulatory. Licensed, and printed according to order.
Waller, William, Sir, d. 1699. / [1679] The tragical history of Jetzer, or A faithful narrative of the feigned visions, counterfeit revelations, and false miracles of the Dominican fathers of the covent of Berne in Switzerland, to propagate their superstitions for which horrid impieties, the prior, sub-prior, lecturer, and receiver of the said covent were burnt at a stake, Anno Dom. 1509 / collected from the records of the said city by the care of Sir William Waller, Knight ; translated from his French copy by an impartial pen ...
Waller, William, Sir, d. 1699. / [1682] A new poem, to condole the going away of His Excellency the ambassador from the emperour of Fez. and Morocco, to his own countrey.
Waller, William, Sir, d. 1699. / [1678] An impartial and exact accompt of the divers popish books, beads, crucifixes and images, taken at the Savoy by Sr. William Waller, one of His Majesties justices of the peace and burnt by order, in the New Palace-yard Westminster, the 11th of February ; written in a letter to a friend in the countrey.
Walley, Thomas, 1616-1678. / [1670] Balm in Gilead to heal Sions wounds: or, A treatise wherein there is a clear discovery of the most prevailing sicknesses of New-England, both in the civill and ecclesiasticall state; as also sutable remedies for the cure of them: collected out of that spirituall directory, The word of God. / Delivered in a sermon preached before the Generall Court of the colony of New-Plimouth on the first day of June 1669. being the day of election there. By Thomas Walley ...
Wallis, John, 1616-1703. / [1695] Theological discourses, in two parts the first containing VIII letters and III sermons concerning the blessed Trinity : the second, discourses & sermons on several occasions / by John Wallis ...
Wallis, John, 1616-1703. / [1643?] On the sad losse of the truly honourable Robert Lord Brook: an elegie, to his vertuous and noble lady.
Wallis, Ralph, d. 1669. / [1668] Room for the cobler of Gloucester and his wife with several cartloads of abominable irregular, pitiful stinking priests : as also a demonstration of their calling after the manner of the Church of Rome, but not according to Magna Charta, the rule of the Gospel : whereunto is added a parallel between the honour of a Lord Bishop, and the honour of a cobler, the cobler being proved the more more honourable person.
Wallis, Ralph, d. 1669. / [1662?] Rome for good news, or, Good news from Rome in a dialogue between seminary priest, and a supposed Protestant, at large. An exhortation to bishops. Whereunto is also annexed a discourse between a poor man, and his wife.
Wallis, Ralph, d. 1669. / [1666] More news from Rome, or, Magna Charta discoursed of between a poor man & his wife as also a new font erected in the cathedral-church at Gloucester in October 1663, and consecrated by the reverend moderate bishop, Dr. William Nicolson ... : as also an assertion of Dr. William Warmstrey ... wherein he affirmeth that it is a lesser sin for a man to kill his father than to refrain coming to the divine service established in the Church of England ...
Wallis, Richard, b. ca. 1643. / [1677] London's armory accuratly delineated in a graphical display of all the arms crests supportes mantles & mottos of every distinct company and corporate societie in the honourable city of London as they truly bear them faithfully collected from their severall patents which have been approved and confirmed by divers kings at arms in their visitations a work never till now exactly perfected or truly published by any and with rectisy many essentiall mistakes and manifest absurdities committed in painting & carving.
Wallis, Thomas, fl. 1583. / [1617] The path-way to please God Which way whomsoeuer walketh, especially in the time of anie worldly affliction, shalbe defended against all temptations.
Walls, George, 1644 or 5-1727. / [1681] A sermon preached to the natives of the city and county of Worchester in the church of St Laurence Jewry at their solemn meeting, June 28. 1681 / by George Walls ...
Walpole, Michael, 1570-1624? / [Imprinted with Licence, M. DC. XIII. 1613] A treatise of Antichrist. Conteyning the defence of Cardinall Bellarmines arguments, which inuincibly demonstrate, that the pope is not Antichrist. Against M. George Downam D. of Diuinity, who impugneth the same. By Michael Christopherson priest. The first part.
Walsall, Francis, d. 1661. / [1661] Cordifragium, or, The sacrifice of a broken heart, open'd, offer'd, own'd, and honour'd.: Presented in a sermon at St Pauls London, November 25. 1660. By Francis Walsall D.D. chaplain to his Majesty, and prebendary of St. Peters Westminster.
Walsall, Francis, d. 1661. / [1660] The bowing the heart of subjects to their sovereign.: A sermon preached on the 24th of May, 1660. Being a day of publick thanksgiving to the Lord for raising up his Excellency the Lord General Monck, and other eminent persons, who have been instrumental in the delivery of this nation from thraldom and misery. By Francis Walsall D.D. and rector of Sandy in Bedfordshire.
Walsall, John. / [1578] A sermon preached at Pauls Crosse by Iohn Walsal, one of the preachers of Christ his Church in Canterburie. 5. October. 1578. And published at the earnest request of certeine godlie Londoners and others.
Walsh, Peter, 1618?-1688. / [1662] To the King's most excellent Majestie the humble remonstrance, acknoledgement, protestation, and petition of the Roman Catholick clergy of Ireland.
Walsh, Peter, 1618?-1688. / [1661] Some few questions concerning the Oath of allegiance propos'd by a Catholick gentleman in a letter to a person of learning and honour.
Walsh, Peter, 1618?-1688. / [1682] A prospect of the state of Ireland from the year of the world 1756 to the year of Christ 1652 / written by P.W.
Walsh, Peter, 1618?-1688. / [printed in the year, 1664] P. W's reply to the person of quality's answer dedicated to His Grace, the Duke of Ormond.
Walsh, Peter, 1618?-1688. / [1662?] A letter desiring a just and mercifull regard of the Roman Catholicks of Ireland,: given about the end of October 1660, to the then Marquess, now Duke of Ormond and the second time Lord Lieutenant of that kingdom.
Walsh, Peter, 1618?-1688. / [1662?] A letter desiring a just and mercifull regard of the Roman Catholicks of Ireland given about the end of October, 1660, to the then Marquess, now Duke of Ormond and the second time Lord Lieutenant of that kingdom.
Walsh, Peter, 1618?-1688. / [1662] The Irish colours folded, or, The Irish Roman-Catholick's reply to the (pretended) English Protestants answer to the letter desiring a just and mercifall regard of the Roman Catholicks of Ireland (which answer is entitled The Irish colours displayed), addressed (as that answer and letter have been) to His Grace the Lord Duke of Ormond, Lord Lieutenant General, and General Governour of that kingdome.
Walsh, Peter, 1618?-1688. / [1673-1674] The history & vindication of the loyal formulary, or Irish remonstrance ... received by His Majesty anno 1661 ... in several treatises : with a true account and full discussion of the delusory Irish remonstrance and other papers framed and insisted on by the National Congregation at Dublin, anno 1666, and presented to ... the Duke of Ormond, but rejected by His Grace : to which are added three appendixes, whereof the last contains the Marquess of Ormond ... letter of the second of December, 1650 : in answer to both the declaration and excommunication of the bishops, &c. at Jamestown / the author, Father Peter Walsh ...
Walsh, Peter, 1618?-1688. The controversial letters, or, The grand controversie concerning the pretended temporal authority of popes over the whole earth, and the true sovereign of kings within their own respective kingdoms : between two English gentlemen, the one of the Church of England, the other of the Church of Rome ...
Walsh, Peter, 1618?-1688. / [1673] The advocate of conscience liberty, or, An apology for toleration rightly stated shewing the obligatory injunctions and precepts for Christian peace and charity.
Walsh, Robert, Sir. / [1679] A true narrative and manifest set forth by Sir Robert Walsh knight and Batt. which he is ready all manner of ways to justify as relating unto Plots, designs, troubles and insurrections, which were intended to have been set a foot, towards the subversion of His Most Excellent Majesties laws and government, not by a private information, or other, but before any court of Justice, discipline ; either in the civil, common, or marshal law and to reply or disanul the printed paper, in part of Edmund Everard and Irish man, who was so long prisoner in the tower : and to make out why he was so detained, nothing relating to the plot but was for his intent to have poysoned the Duke of Monmouth as shall more amply be made out in this manifest.
Walsh, Robert, Sir. / [1680?] The narratives of Sir Robert Walsh, Kt. and Btt. being by the false instigations of Edmond Everard, an Irish-man, seized upon: This small one is to shew to the world what Sir Robert subscribes in relation to his narrative, desiring all loyal subjects to admit of a just censure therein, he being ready to affirm what he hath writ, not by any private information; but to maintain the same before any court of justice, either in the civil, common or marshal law; or unto any particular man's face who shall contradict it.
Walsingham, Edward, d. 1663. / [in the Yeare 1644] Britannicæ virtutis imago. Or, The effigies of true fortitude,: expressed to the life, in the famous actions of that incomparable knight, Major Generall Smith, who is here represented, June, 1644.
Walsingham, Edward, d. 1663. / [1645] Alter Britanniæ heros: or The life of the most honourable knight, Sir Henry Gage, late Governour of Oxford, epitomiz'd.:
Walter, Nehemiah, 1663-1750. / [1687] An elegiack verse on the death of the pious and profound grammarian and rhetorician Mr. Elijah Corlet, schoolmaster of Cambridge who deceased anno aetatis 77, Feb. 24, 1687.
Walwyn, Herbert. / [1697] Wigornia, (Worcester.) A poem. By Herbert Walwyn.
Walwyn, Herbert. / [1699] Poems on several occasions. Humbly dedicated to the right honourable the Marchioness of Tavestock. By the author.
Walwyn, Herbert. / [1700] A poem occasioned by the sudden death of the Reverend Dr. William Bates. Humbly offer'd to his memory:
Walwyn, William, 1600-1681. / [1646] A word in season: to all sorts of wel minded people in this miserably distracted and distempered nation.: Plainly manifesting, that the safety and wel-being of the Common-wealth under God, dependeth on the fidelity, and stedfast adherence of the people, to those whom they have chosen, and on their ready compliance with them. Also, that the destruction and bondage of the Common-wealth in generall, and of every good minded man in particular cannot be avoided, if the people, through want of consideration, shall give eare to any other counsels or counsellers. Published by authority for the publique good.
Walwyn, William, 1600-1681. / [1649] Walwyns jvst defence against the aspertions cast upon him in a late un-Christian pamphlet entituled Walwyns wiles / by William Walwyn.
Walwyn, William, 1600-1681. / [1646] A vvord more to Mr. Thomas Edwards minister,: by William VValwyn marchant. Concerning the nationall covenant.
Walwyn, William, 1600-1681. / [1646] A vvhisper in the eare of Mr. Thomas Edwards minister.: By VVilliam VValwyn marchant. Occasioned by his mentioning of him reproachfully, in his late pernitious booke, justly entituled the Gangræna.
Walwyn, William, 1600-1681. / [1647] A still and soft voice from the scripture vvitnessing them to be the vvord of God.
Walwyn, William, 1600-1681. / [1642] Some considerations tending to the undeceiving those, whose judgements are misinformed by politique protestations, declarations, &c.: Being a necessary discourse for the present times, concerning the unseasonable difference between the Protestant and the Puritan.
Walwyn, William, 1600-1681. / [1646] A prediction of Mr. Edvvards his conversion and recantation. By William Walvvin.:
Walwyn, William, 1600-1681. / [1643] The povver of love.:
Walwyn, William, 1600-1681. / [1646] A parable, or consultation of physitians vpon Master Edwards.: Love. Justice. Patience. Truth. [brace] Doctors. [brace] Conscience. Hope. Piety. Superstition. Policie. [brace] Observers.
Walwyn, William, 1600-1681. / [1651] Juries justified: or, A word of correction to Mr. Henry Robinson;: for his seven objections against the trial of causes, by juries of twelve men. / By William Walwin. Published by authority.
Walwyn, William, 1600-1681. / [1646] The ivst man in bonds. Or Lievt. Col. John Lilburne close prisoner in Newgate, by order of the Hovse of Lords.:
Walwyn, William, 1600-1681. / [Printed Anno Dom. 1644. i.e. 1645] A helpe to the right understanding of a discourse concerning independency.: Lately published by William Pryn of Lincolnes Inne, Esquire.
Walwyn, William, 1600-1681. / [1661] Health's new store-house opened offering to familiar use such supplies as are most wanting and really needful to humane frailty. By health's student.
Walwyn, William, 1600-1681. / [Printed in the yeere 1647] Gold tried in the fire, or The burnt petitions revived.: A preface.
Walwyn, William, 1600-1681. / [M.DC.XLIX. 1649] The fountain of slaunder discovered.: By William Walwyn, merchant. With some passages concerning his present imprisonment in the Tower of London. Published for satisfaction of friends and enemies.
Walwyn, William, 1600-1681. / [Printed October, 1645] Englands lamentable slaverie,: proceeding from the arbitrarie will, severitie, and injustnes of kings, negligence, corruption, and unfaithfulnesse of parliaments, coveteousnesse, ambition. and variablenesse of priests, and simplicitie, carelesnesse, and cowardlinesse of people. Which slaverie, with the remedie may be easily observed. By the scope of a modest & smooth letter, written by a true lover of his countrey and a faithfull friend to that worthy instrument of Englands freedome, Lievten. Collonell Lilburn, now unjustlie imprisoned in Newgate. Being committed first, by order and vote of Parliament without cause shewed, and then secondly for refusing to answer upon interrogatories to their committee of examinations, contrarie to 1. The great charter of England. 2. The very words of the Petition of right. 3. The act made this present Parliament; for the abolishing the Star-Chamber. ...
Walwyn, William, 1600-1681. / [Printed in the yeare 1644] The compassionate Samaritane: unbinding the conscience, and powring oyle into the wounds which have beene made upon the separation: recommending their future welfare to the serious thoughts, and carefull endeavours of all who love the peace and unity of Commonwealths men, or desire the unanimous prosecution of the common enemie, or who follow our Saviours rule, to doe unto others, what they would have others doe unto them.
Walwyn, William, 1600-1681. / [Printed in this yeare of dissembling, 1648] The bloody proiect, or a discovery of the new designe, in the present war.: Being a perfect narrative of the present proceedings of the severall grandee factions, for the prevention of a just peace, and promoting of a causelesse warre, to the destruction of the King, Parliament & people. Whereunto is annexed several expedients for an happy accommodation tending to the satisfaction of all parties, without the further effusion of blood. / By W.P. Gent.
Walwyn, William, 1600-1681. / [1646] An antidote against Master Edwards his old and new poyson:: intended to preserve this long distempered nation from a most dangerous relaps. Which his former, his later, and next gangrenous book is likely to occasion, if not timely prevented. by William Walwin.
Walwyn, William, 1614-1671. / [1660] God save the King, or A sermon of thanksgiving, for His Majesties happy return to his throne.: Together with a character of his sacred person. Preached in the parish-church of East Coker in the county of Sommerset, May 24. 1660. By William Walwyn B.D. and sometimes fellow of St. Johns College in Oxon.
Walwyn, William, fl. 1667-1696. / [1667] A touch-stone for physick directing by evident marks and characters to such medicines as without purgers, vomiters, bleedings, issues, minerals, or any other disturbers of nature may be securely trusted for cure in all extreamities and be easily distinguished from such as are hazardous or dangerous : exemplyfied by various instances of remarkable cures performed solely by such medicines.
Walwyn, William, fl. 1667-1696. / [1669] Physick for families discovering a safe way, and ready means, whereby every one at sea or land, may with Gods assistance be in a capacity of curing themselves, or their relations, in all distempers or extremities, without any the hazards, troubles, or dangers, over usual, in all other wayes of cure.
Wandesford, Elizabeth. / [1698] To the Honourable the knights, citizens, and burgesses in Parliament assembled. The humble petition of Elizabeth Wandesford, formerly widdow and relict of Garret Foulks, Esq; in behalf of her self and children.
Wandesford, Elizabeth. / [1701?] An abstract of the unfortunate and unparallel case of Eliz. Wandesford weddow and relict of Garret Foulkes, Esq; and of her aged mother and children, ...
Wansleben, Johann Michael, 1635-1679. / [1678] The present state of Egypt, or, A new relation of a late voyage into that kingdom performed in the years 1672 and 1673 / by F. Vansleb, R.D. ; wherein you have an exact and true account of many rare and wonderful particulars of that ancient kingdom ; Englished by M.D., B.D.
Wansleben, Johann Michael, 1635-1679. / [1679] A brief account of the rebellions and bloudshed occasioned by the anti-Christian practices of the Jesuits and other popish emissaries in the empire of Ethiopia collected out of a manuscript history written in Latin by Jo. Michael Wansleben, a learned papist.
Wantner, Abel. To the nobility, clergy, and gentry of the City and County of Gloucester Abel Wantner, citizen of Gloucester ... most humbly certifieth ...
Wantner, Abel. / [1686?] The natural history of Gloucester-shire by Abel Wantner.
Ward, Edward, 1667-1731. / [printed in the year 1699] A trip. to Jamaica: with a true character of the people and island. / By the author of Sot's paradise.
Ward, Edward, 1667-1731. / [1700] A step to the Bath with a character of the place.
Ward, Edward, 1667-1731. / [1699] Sot's paradise, or, The humours of a Derby-ale-house with a satire upon the ale.
Ward, Edward, 1667-1731. / [1691] The school of politicks, or, The humours of a coffee-house a poem.
Ward, Edward, 1667-1731. / [1699] The poet's ramble after riches.: With Reflections upon a country corporation. Also The author's lamentation in the time of adversity. / By the author of The trip to Jamaica.
Ward, Edward, 1667-1731. / [1694] On the death of the late Lieutenant General Talmach: a poem humbly dedicated to her Grace, the Dutchess of Lauderdale / by E. Ward, Gent.
Ward, Edward, 1667-1731. / [1698] O raree show, o pritee show. Will you see my fine show.
Ward, Edward, 1667-1731. / [1699] The insinuating bawd and the repenting harlot written by a whore at Tunbridge, and dedicated to a bawd at the Bath.
Ward, Edward, 1667-1731. / [printed in the year, 1698] A curry-comb for a cocks-comb: or, the Trip to Holland detected. By the author of The trip to Jamaica:
Ward, Edward, 1667-1731. / [M DC XCIII. 1693] A country scuffle over a pot of ale. With Reflections on a dissenting corporation: together with the poet's lamentation in the time of adversity. Which may serve as a second part to the counter-scuffle.
Ward, John, fl. 1698-1709. / [1695] Synthesis et analysis. Vulgo algebra.
Ward, Nathaniel, 1578-1652. / [1647] A sermon preached before the Honourable House of Commons: at their late monethly fast, being on Wednesday, June 30. 1647. / By Nathaniel Ward Minister of Gods Word.
Ward, Nathaniel, 1578-1652. / [1649] A religious demurrer, concerning submission to the present power:: contained in a letter written to some religious gentlemen, and reverend divines in and about the city of London; from some peaceable and truth-seeking gentlemen in the countrey. Requesting as speedy and satisfactory an answer as they please to afford.
Ward, Nathaniel, 1578-1652. / [1648] An ansvver to a declaration of the Commissioners of the Generall Assembly, to the whole Kirk and Kingdome of Scotland.: Concerning present dangers, and duties relating to the covenant and religion. / By Borialis Guard.
Ward, Patience, Sir, 1629-1696. / [1680] The speech of the Right Honourable Sir Patience Warde, Lord Mayor elect at Guild-Hall, London, September 29, 1680 being the day of his election : together with the speech of the Right Honourable Sir Robert Clayton, Knight, the present Lord Mayor of London.
Ward, Richard. / [1700] An account of a most inhumane and barbarous murder committed by one William Sherloge and his whore, upon the bodies of his own wife & child; and how he sett his house on fire, was apprehended, and carried before Captain Evans, examined and committed to Cork-Goal. [sic] : Eniskean, December the 10th. 1700.
Ward, Richard, 1601 or 2-1684. / [1673] Two very usefull and compendious theological treatises the first shewing the nature of wit, wisdom, and folly : the second describing the nature, use, and abuse of the tongue and speech, whereby principally wisdom and folly are expressed : wherein also are divers texts of Scripture touching the respective heads explained / by Richard Ward.
Ward, Richard, 1601 or 2-1684. / [M.DC.XL. 1640] Theologicall questions, dogmaticall observations, and evangelicall essays, vpon the Gospel of Jesus Christ, according to St. Matthew Wherein, about two thousand six hundred and fifty necessary, and profitable questions are discussed; and five hundred and eighty speciall points of doctrine noted; and five hundred and fifty errours confuted, or objections answered: together with divers arguments, whereby divers truths, and true tenents are confirmed. By Richard VVard, sometimes student in the famous vniversities of Cambridge in England: St. Andrews in Scotland: and Master of Arts of both the kingdoms; and now a preacher in the famous city of London.
Ward, Richard, 1601 or 2-1684. / [1641] The pious mans practice in Parliament time. Or A seasonable and necessary tractate concerning the presages, and causes of a common-wealths ruine, and the wayes, and meanes to preserve a church, and state, in prosperity, plenty, purity, and peace. By R. Ward, utriusque regni in Artibus Magister; and preacher of Gods holy word at Stansteed Mount-Fitchet in Essex.
Ward, Richard, 1601 or 2-1684. / [1651] Man's terrene-refuge sleighted: and the excellency of celestiall concernments briefly asserted, / by Ric. Warde Gent. and directed to his worthy friend in a letter.
Ward, Richard, 1601 or 2-1684. / [1655] The chiefest divine vertues epitomized, or, A compendious treatise of the three theological graces, faith, hope, and charity by Richard Ward ...
Ward, Richard, 1601 or 2-1684. / [1642] The anatomy of warre, or, Warre with the wofull, fruits, and effects thereof, laid out to the life:: VVherin from scripture, and experience, these things are clearly handled; to wit, 1. What warre is. 2. The grounds, and causes of warre. 3. The things requisite in war, 4. The nature, and miseries of war, both [brace] civill, and forraigne. 5. What things are justly taxed in war. 6. When war is lawfull. 7. Whether it be lawfull for Christians to make war. 8. Whether subjects may take up armes against their soveraignes. 9. The remedies against war. 10. The meanes to be freed from war. 11. The remedies, and meanes both military, and morall for the obtaining of victory in war. / By R. W. Minister of the Word at Stansteed Mount Fitchet in Essex.
Ward, Richard, 1601 or 2-1684. / [1643] The analysis, explication, and application, of the sacred and Solemne League and Covenant, for the reformation, and defence of religion, the honour and happinesse of the King, and the peace and safety of the three kingdomes of England, Scotland, and Ireland.: Enjoyned by the Lords and Commons, assembled in Parliament in England, and the states of Scotland, to be taken by every man throughout all the three kingdomes. Very usefull, and profitable to be read, observed, and kept by all who take the said covenant. By Richard Ward, Minister of Stansteed Mount Fitches, in Essex.
Ward, S. / [1684] The Animadversions and remarks upon Collonel Sydney's paper answered
Ward, Seth, 1617-1689. / [1656] In Thomæ Hobbii philosophiam exercitatio epistolica cui subjicitir appendicula Ad calumnias ab eodem Hobbio (in sex documentis nuperrimè editis) in authorem congestas responsoria / autore Setho Wardo ...
Ward, Thomas, 1652-1708. / [1688?] The Roman Catholick soldier's letter to Dr. Tho. Tenison
Ward, William, Esq., fl. 1679. / [1679?] The case of the Honourable William Ward Esq; son and heir apparent of the Right Honourable Edward Lord Ward, John Levett, Gent., and Mary his wife: humbly offered to the consideration of the Right Honourable the Lords spiritual and temporal in Parliament assembled.
Wardlace, James. / [Novemb. 91 sic 1643] The copie of a letter, sent from the Commander in Chiefe, of the town and port of Plymouth, to the Honourable William Lenthall, Esq. Speaker of the House of Commons:: concerning the late great fight at Mount Stanford. Together, with a true relation of the persons there killed; and what condition the said towne and port now are in. Also a copie of the vovv and covenant, which all the deputy lieutenants, commanders, townesmen, and souldiers took, to live and dye in defence of the said town. Ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that this letter and protestation, be forthwith printed and published. Hen. Elsynge Cler. Parl. D. Com.
Ware, Robert. / [printed in the year, M. DC. LXXIX. 1679] The examinations of Faithful Commin Dominican Fryar, as Sir James Ware had them from the late Lord Primate Usher, being one of the memorials of the Lord Cecil.
Ware, Robert, d. 1696. / [1681] The reformation of the Church of Ireland, in the life and death of George Browne some time Arch-bishop of Dublin, being the first of the Romish clergy that adhered here in Ireland, to the reformation of the Protestant Church of England; being then reformed within this realm of Ireland. Anno 1551.
Warford, William, 1560-1608. / [Anno 1604] A briefe instruction. By way of dialogue, concerninge the principall poyntes of Christian religio[n], gathered out of the holy scriptures, lathers, and councels. By the Reuere[n]de M. George Doulye priest.
Waring, Robert, 1614-1658. / [1657] A sermon preached at St. Margarets in Westminster at the funeral of Mrs. Susanna Gray, daughter of Henry Gray, Esq., of Enfield in Staffordshire, who on the 29 of October 1654 began her eternal sabbath.
Waring, Robert, 1614-1658. / [Printed in the yeare, 1646] A publike conference betwixt the six Presbyterian ministers, and some Independent commanders:: held at Oxford, on Thursday Novemb. 12. 1646.
Waring, Robert, 1614-1658. / [1682] Effigies amoris in English, or, The picture of love unveil'd
Waring, Robert, 1614-1658. / [1648] An account of Mr. Pryn's refutation of the University of Oxfords plea sent to a friend in a second letter from Oxford.
Waring, Thomas, 17th cent. / [MDCL. 1650] A brief narration of the plotting, beginning & carrying on of that execrable rebellion and butcherie in Ireland.: With the unheard of devilish-cruelties and massacres by the Irish-rebels, exercised upon the Protestants and English there. Faithfully collected out of depositions, taken by commissioners under the Great Seal of Ireland. Hereunto are added observations, discovering the actions of the late King; and manifesting the concernment of the Protestant-army now imployed in Ireland. Published by special authority.
Waring, Thomas, 17th cent. / [1651] An answer to certain seditious and Jesuitical queres heretofore purposely and maliciously cast out to retard and hinder the English forces in their going over into Ireland ...
Warly, John, d. 1679. / [1677] The reasoning apostate, or, Modern latitude-man consider'd, as he opposeth the authority of the King and Church occasioned by several late treatises / by John Warly ...
Warly, John, d. 1679. / [1676] The natural fanatick, or, Reason consider'd in its extravagancy in religion and (in some late treatises) usurping the authority of the Church and councils by John Warly ...
Warmington, William, b. 1555 or 6. / [An. Dom. 1612] A moderate defence of the Oath of Allegiance vvherein the author proueth the said Oath to be most lawful, notwithstanding the Popes breues prohibiting the same; and solueth the chiefest obiections that are vsually made against it; perswading the Catholickes not to resist souerainge authoritie in refusing it. Together with the oration of Sixtus 5. in the Consistory at Rome, vpon the murther of Henrie 3. the French King by a friar. Whereunto also is annexed strange reports or newes from Rome. By William Warmington Catholicke priest, and oblate of the holy congregation of S. Ambrose.
Warmstry, Thomas, 1610-1665. / [1648] The vindication of the solemnity of the nativity of Christ shewing the grounds upon which the observation of that and other festivalls is justified in the church : with a short answer to certaine quaeries propounded by one Ioseph Heming in oppositon to the aforesayd practise of the church / by Thomas Warmstry ...
Warmstry, Thomas, 1610-1665. / [1648] Suspiria Ecclesiae & reipublica Anglicanae The sighs of the Church and common-wealth of England, or, An exhortation to humiliation with a help thereunto, setting forth the great corruptions and mseries [sic] of this present church and state with the remedies that are to be applyed thereunto / by Thomas Warmstry.
Warmstry, Thomas, 1610-1665. / [1660] The resurrection of loyalty and obedience, out of the grave of rebellion by the sacred force of the oathes of supremacy and allegiance, which have lain as dead, and out of minde, for diverse years, and here raised up out of the dust, and discovered in their great inviolable force and power unto the people : for the humbling of those that are guilty of the breach of them, the quelling of rebellious principles, and excitement unto the duties of obedience and subjection, according to the tenor of the said oathes.
Warmstry, Thomas, 1610-1665. / [Printed in the Yeare, 1648] The preparative for London.: Be mercifull to your selves. An hearty and friendly premonition to the City of London, before their meeting in a Common-Hall, which is now to be called, by the good providence of God, upon Saturday the 24. June. VVhereby they have, if they neglect it not, a gracious opportunity offered them to become the happy instruments of their owne safety, and the peace and preservation of these kingdoms. / By Thomas Warmestry. D. D.
Warmstry, Thomas, 1610-1665. / [1641] Pax vobis: or a charme for tumultuous spirits. Being an earnest and Christian advice unto the people of London, to forbeare their disorderly meetings at VVestminster, least they prove to the disturbance of the great businesse in hand, pressed by divers waighty and considerable reasons offered to their serious thoughts. Together with a motion for the speedy reliefe of the poore distressed Protestants in Ireland : and for a publike fast that we may all joyne in harty supplications to God for them. / By Thomas Warmstry Minister of Gods word.
Warmstry, Thomas, 1610-1665. / [Printed anno Dom. 1649] A hand-kirchife for loyall mourners or A cordiall for drooping spirits, groaning for the bloody murther, and heavy losse of our gracious King: martyred by his owne trayterous and rebellious subjects, for the truth of Christ, and the liberties of his people. Being a letter to a friend.
Warmstry, Thomas, 1610-1665. / [1660] A countermine of union to the Jesuites myne of division, whereby they contrive the blasting of the work of mercy, and the return of a flood of ruine and desolation upon this church and nation being a short platform of expedients for peace, for the preservation of all and for the repair of the great distractions that have bin upon us, by an happy reconciliation of the differences that are amongst us, directed to the honourable Council of State / by Tho. VVarmstry.
Warmstry, Thomas, 1610-1665. / [Printed in the yeare, 1641] A convocation speech,: by Mr. Thomas Warmstry, one of the clerks for the Diocesse of Worcester: against images, altars, crosses, the new canons, and the oath, &c.
Warmstry, Thomas, 1610-1665. / [1660] A box of spikenard: or A little manual of sacramental instruction and devotion especially, helpful to the people of God, at and about the time of receiving the Lords Supper. With some other formes expedient for some peculiar occasions. The third edition, by Thomas Walmestry, Dean of Worcester.
Warmstry, Thomas, 1610-1665. / [1658] The baptized Turk, or, A narrative of the happy conversion of Signior Rigep Dandulo, the onely son of a silk merchant in the Isle of Tzio, from the delusions of that great impostor Mahomet, unto the Christian religion and of his admission unto baptism by Mr. Gunning at Excester-house Chappel the 8th of Novemb., 1657 / drawn up by Tho. Warmstry.
Warmstry, Thomas, 1610-1665. / [1643] An answer to certain observations of W. Bridges, concerning the present warre against His Majestie whereby hee pretends to justifie it against that hexapla of considerations, viz. theologicall, historicall, legall, criticall, melancholy, and foolish : wherein, as he saith, it is look't upon by the squint-eyed multitude.
Warner, Eliz. / [1642] Good and true newes from Ireland.: Being a true relation of the taking and burning the castles of Downdanel, Montane, and Cargenas ... also, the yeelding up of Pollalong ... with the chasing of the rebels from Killady Bog ... together with a great fight neere Cork, betweene my Lord President and my Lord Muskrey. Moreover with an order of the House of Peeres concerning the stopping of all kind of ammunition.
Warner, James. / [1688] Derekh leshalom shalom betsok ha-e͡tim, or, The surest way to the safest peace, in troublous times delivered in a sermon preached before the right honourable Sr. John Eyles, kt. : then lord mayor of the City of London, on September 30, 1688 / by James Warner ...
Warner, James. / [1684] A brief discourse of right worship against idolatry and will-worship.
Warner, John, 1581-1666. / [Printed in the yeare, M.DC.XL.VIII 1648] The devilish conspiracy, hellish treason, heathenish condemnation, and damnable murder committed and executed by the Iewes against ... Christ their king: ... As it was delivered in a sermon on the 4 Feb. 1648 ... out of some part of the gospel appointed by the Church of England to be read on that day.
Warner, John, 1581-1666. / [Printed in the yeare, 1648 i.e. 1647] Church-lands not to be sold.: Or, A necessary and plaine answer to the question of a conscientious Protestant; whether the lands of the bishops, and churches in England and Wales may be sold?
Warner, John, 1628-1692. / [Permissu superiorum. M. D.C. LXXXJ. 1681] A vindication of the English Catholiks from the pretended conspiracy against the life, and government of His Sacred Maiesty discovering the cheif lyes & contradictions contained in the narratiue of Titus Oates. The 2. edition with some additions: & an answer to two pamplets printed in defence of the narrative. Jtem a relation of some of Bedlows pranks in Spain, & Oate's letter concerning him.
Warner, John, 1628-1692. / [1683] A revision of Doctor George Morlei's judgment in matters of religion, or, An answer to several treatises written by him upon several occasions concerning the Church of Rome and most of the doctrines controverted betwixt her, and the Church of England to which is annext a treatise of pagan idolatry / by L.W.
Warner, John, 1628-1692. / [Printed in the year, 1673] Dr. Stillingfleet's principles of Protestancy cleared, confuted, and retorted And the infallibility of the Roman-Catholick Church asserted; and that the same church alone is the whole Catholick church. In a letter from a Catholick gentleman to a Protestant knight.
Warner, John, 1628-1692. / [MDCLXXV 1675] Dr. Stillingfleet still against Dr. Stillingfleet, or, The examination of Dr. Stillingfleet against Dr. Stillingfleet examined by J.W.
Warner, John, 1628-1692. / [Permissu superiorum. 1680] A defence of the innocency of the lives, practice, and doctrine of the English preists [sic], Jesuits, and papists relating to the crimes of murther and treason, vnjustly charged on them by E.C. in his narrative wherein are discouered his grosse mistakes, his wilfull falsifications, his shamefull falshoodes, and his groundlesse vniust accusations of the English papists.
Warner, John, 1628-1692. / [1688] A defence of the doctrin and holy rites of the Roman Catholic Church from the calumnies and cavils of Dr. Burnet's Mystery of iniquity unveiled wherein is shewed the conformity of the present Catholic Church with that of the purest times, pagan idolatry truly stated, the imputation of it clearly confuted, and reasons are given why Catholics avoid the Reformation : with a postscript to Dr. R. Cudworth / by J. Warner of the Soc. of Jesus.
Warner, John, 1628-1692. / [1678] Anti-Haman, or, An answer to Mr. G. Burnet's Mistery of iniquity unvailed wherein is shewed the conformity of the doctrine, worship, & practice of the Roman Catholick Church with those of the purest times : the idolatry of the pagans is truly stated ... / by W.E. ...
Warner, John, 1628-1692. / [1678] Anti-Goliah: or An epistle to Mr. Brevint, containing some reflections upon his Saul, and Samuel, at Endor. / Written by E.W.
Warner, John, 1628-1692. / [M.DC.LXXIX 1679] Anti-Fimbria, or, An answer to the animadversions upon the last speeches of the [f]ive Jesuits executed at Tyburne: June 20. 30. 1679. / By A.C.E.G.
Warner, John, b. 1612 or 13. / [1645] The gayne of losse: or temporall losses spiritually improved in a centurye & one decad of meditations & resolves. By John Warner M.A. sometimes of Magd: Hall in Oxo: & one of the ministers of the London Brigade in the late western expedition 1644.
Warner, John, fl. 1635. / [1635] Christ in the clouds, or Gods comming to iudgement. A short treatise, very necessary in these euill and dangerous times, for all those which desire that the day of the Lord, may be their day of ioy.
Warner, John, junior. / [Printed in the yeer. 1648] An elegy, on the timely death of John Warner: Late Lord Maior of the Citie of London.
Warr, John. / [1649] The priviledges of the people, or, Principles of common right and freedome, briefely laid open and asserted in two chapters.: I. Containing the distinct interests of king, Parliament and people; consisting in prerogative, priviledge and liberty (as they have formerly obtained in this nation.) II. Discovering the peoples right in choice, change, or regulation of governments or governours: together with the originall of kingly power, and other formes of government. / Propounded to the consideration, and published for the benefit of the people of England. By Jo. Warr.
Warren, Albertus. / [1650. i.e. 1649] The Royalist reform'd or Considerations of advice, to gentlemen, divines, lawyers.: Digested into three chapters. VVherein their former mistakes are examined, and their duties of obedience, unto the present authority, succinctly held forth as rationall, and necessary. / By Albertus Warren, Gent.
Warren, Albertus. / [Printed in the yeere, 1647] A just vindication of the armie wherein all that doubt may have large satisfaction, in relation to their late proceedings. As touching the cause, beginning, continuance, and their end therein. Or, a book entituled, The examination of the late passages of the armie (especially of the grounds laid down for their justification in their declaration, June 14. 1647). / Examined, refuted, by A. Warren.
Warren, Albertus. / [1653] Eight reasons categorical: wherein is examined and proved, that it's probable, the law-common will stand. And continue at London & Westminster: humbly tendred to the consideration of all ingenuous men; and for the incouragement of students. By Albertus Warren Gent.
Warren, Albertus. / [MDCLXXX 1680] An apology for the Discourse of humane reason, written by Ma. Clifford, esq. being a reply to Plain dealing, with the author's epitaph and character.
Warren, Edmund, minister of the Gospel in Colchester. / [1659] The Jevvs Sabbath antiquated, and the Lords Day instituted by divine authority. Or, The change of the Sabbath from the last to the first day of the week, asserted and maintained by Scripture-arguments, and testimonies of the best antiquity; with a refutation of sundry objections raised against it. The sum of all comprized in seven positions. By Edm. Warren minister of the Gospel in Colchester. Imprimatur, Edm. Calamy.
Warren, Edward, Member of the army in Ireland. / [1656 i.e. 1655] Caleb's inheritance in Canaan: by grace, not works, an answer to a book entituled The doctrine of baptism, and distinction of the covenants, lately published by Tho. Patient: wherein a review is taken, I. Of his four essentials, and they fully answered; ergo II. Dipping proved no gospel practice, from cleer scripture. III. His ten arguments for dipping refuted. IV. The two covenants answered, and circumcision proved a covenant of grace. V. His seven arguments to prove it a covenant of works, answered. VI. His four arguments to prove it a seale onely to Abraham, answered: and the contrary proved. VII. The seven fundamentals that he pretends to be destroyed by taking infants into covenant, cleeered; and the aspersion proved false. VIII. A reply to his answer given to our usual scriptures. For infant-subjects of the kingdom, in all which infant-baptism is cleered, and that ordinance justifyed, / by E.W. a member of the army in Ireland.
Warren, Elizabeth, of Woodbridge. / [1647] Spiritual thrift. Or, Meditations wherein humble Christians (as in a mirrour) may view the verity of their saving graces,: and may see how to make a spirituall improvement of all opportunities and advantages of a pious proficiencie (or a holy growth) in grace and goodnesse. And wherein is layd open many errours incident to these declining times, / by Elizabeth Warren, a lover of truth and peace. Imprimatur, James Cranford.
Warren, Erasmus. / [1685] Religious loyalty, or, Old allegiance to the new king a sermon, preached on the eighth of February 1684 ... / by Erasmus Warren ...
Warren, Erasmus. / [M DC XC VIII. 1698] The holy mourner. Or An earnest invitation to religious mourning in general with a large declaration of the divine comforts, and the blessed effects which attend the performance of it. But more particularly to mourning in private, for our own personal iniquities, and the publick crying sins of the nation. To which are added, forms of devotion fitted to that pious exercise. By Erasmus Warren, rector of Worlington in Suffolk.
Warren, Erasmus. / [1684] The end of Christ's advent a sermon preached in the cathedral-church of Norwich on the two and twentieth of June, 1684 / by Erasmus Warren, rector of Worlington in Suffolk.
Warren, Erasmus. / [1692] Divine rules for Christian unity opened and urged a sermon / preach'd in the Cathedral Church of Norwich, October 16, 1692 by Erasmus Warren, rector of Worlington in Suffolk.
Warren, Erasmus. / [1691] A defence of the Discourse concerning the earth before the flood being a full reply to a late answer to exceptions made against The theory of the earth : wherein those exceptions are vindicated and reinforced, and objections against the new hypothesis of the deluge answered : exceptions also are made against the review of the theory / by Erasmus Warren ...
Warren, George, 17th cent. / [1667] An impartial description of Surinam upon the continent of Guiana in America with a history of several strange beasts, birds, fishes, serpents, insects and customs of that colony, etc. / worthy the perusal of all, from experience of George Warren ...
Warren, Hardick. / [1651] Magick & astrology vindicated from those false aspersions and calumnies, which the ignorance of some hath cast upon them. In which is contained true definitions of the said arts, and the justification of their practise, proved by the authority of Scripture, and the experience of ancient and modern authors. With observations from several remarkable conjunctions and apparitions: as those three suns that appeared before the Kings death, &c. / Impartially communicated for the publique good. By Hardick Warren, a well-wisher to the most secret occult arts and learning.
Warren, Henry, d. 1652. / [1652] The speech of Captain Henry Warren at the place of execution neer Wapping-Dock, on Thursday last, being the fourteenth of this instant October, 1652.: With his prayer immediatly before his death, and a perfect narrative of all his proceedings at sea, in relation to the late King, Parliament, and the Dutch fleet. Published according to order.
Warren, John, minister of Hatfield Broad Oak, Essex. / [MDCXCVI. 1696] The method of salvation. In two parts. I. A sinner's conversion to saving faith in God through Christ. II. The progress of a believer from his conversion to his perfection, under the work of sanctification. By John Warren, M.A. sometime minister of the gospel at Hatfield Broad-Oak in Essex.
Warren, John, minister of Hatfield Broad Oak, Essex. / [1657] Mans fury subservient to Gods glory.: A sermon preached to the Parliament at Margarets Westminster Febr. 20. 1656. it being a day of publick thanksgiving. With the addition of an applicatory discourse about the mutuall animosities of Christians, which was omitted for want of time when the sermon was delivered. By John Warren, M.A. minister of the gospel at Hatfield Broad-oak in Essex.
Warren, John, Vicar of Great Clacton. / [1618] Domus ordinata. A funerall sermon, preached in the citie of Bristoll, the fiue and twentith day of Iune, 1618. at the buriall of his kinswoman, Mistresse Needes, wife to Mr. Arthur Needes, and sister to Mr. Robert Rogers of Bristoll. By Iohn Warren, minister of Gods word at Much-Clacton in Essex.
Warren, Nicholas, d. 1696. / [1696] The last speech and confession of Nicholas Warren, who was executed on Friday, October 16th. 1696. For murdering of William Pitman, this being a true copy of the paper deliver'd by him at the place of execution Good people, I am by the just judgment of God brought hither to suffer, and fearing I may not be heard by many, for the sake of those that survive me, I leave this paper with the S-ffs, to be disposed off [sic] according to their discretion for the publick good, with this declaration, that what is contained therein, is really true, as the great God is my witness.
Warren, Robert, 1680-1740. / [1700] Miscellany poems Written by R. W. C.C. Cambr.
Warren, Thomas, 1616 or 17-1694. / [1654] Vnbeleevers no subjects of iustification, nor of mystical vnion to Christ,: being the sum of a sermon preached at New Sarum, with a vindication of it from the objections, and calumniations cast upon it by Mr. William Eyre, in his Vindiciæ justificationis. Together with animadversions upon the said book, and a refutation of that anti-sidian, and anti-evangelical errour asserted therein: viz. the justification of infidels, or the justification of a sinner before, and without faith. Wherein also the conditional necessity, and instrumentality of faith unto justification, together with the consistency of it, with the freness of Gods grace, is explained, confirmed, and vindicated from the exceptions of the said Mr. Eyre, his arguments answertd [sic], his authorities examined, and brought in against himself. By T. Warren minister of the Gospel at Houghton in Hampshire.
Warren, William, Citizen of London. / [Anno. Dom. 1643] Strange, true, and lamentable newes fron Exceter, and other parts of the Western countreyes shewing how cruelly the resolute cavaliers have dealt with the inhabitants since the departure of that right noble commander the Earl of Stamford now Sir Iohn Berkly is chief Governour of Exceter placed there by His Maiesty testified under the hand of VVilliam VVarren Citizen of London living in Threed Needle street, an eye witnesse thereof.
Warrington, Henry Booth, Earl of, 1652-1694. / [1694] The works of the Right Honourable Henry, late L. Delamer and Earl of Warrington containing His Lordships advice to his children, several speeches in Parliament, &c. : with many other occasional discourses on the affairs of the two last reigns / being original manuscripts written with His Lordships own hand.
Warrington, Henry Booth, Earl of, 1652-1694. / [1691] The speech of the Right Honourable Henry Earl of Warrington,: upon his being sworn mayor of Chester in Novenber [sic] 1691.
Warrington, Henry Booth, Earl of, 1652-1694. / [1692] The speech of the Right Honourable Henry Earl of Warrington, Lord Delamere, to the Grand Jury at Chester, April 13, 1692
Warrington, Henry Booth, Earl of, 1652-1694. / [1681] The speech of the Honourable Henry Booth, Esq spoken in Chester March 2 1680/1, at his being elected one of the knights of the shire for that county to serve in the Parliament summon'd to meet at Oxford the 21 of the said month.
Warrington, Henry Booth, Earl of, 1652-1694. / [1689] The late Lord Russel's case wih observations upon it written by the Right Honourable Henry Lord De la Mere.
Warrington, Henry Booth, Earl of, 1652-1694. / [1693] The charge of the Right Honourable Henry Earl of Warrington to the Grand Jury at the Quarter Sessions held for the county of Chester on the 11th of October, 1692
Warrington, Henry Booth, Earl of, 1652-1694. Selections. / [1694] A collection of speeches of the Right Honourable Henry late Earl of Warrington, viz. I. His speech upon him being sworn mayor of Chester, in November, 1691. II. His speech to the grand-jury at Chester, April 13. 1692. III. His charge to the grand-jury at the quarter-sessions held for the county of Chester, on the 11th. of Octob. 1692 IV. His charge to the grand-jury at the quarter-sessions. Held for the county of Chester, on the 25th. day of April, 1693
Warriston, Archibald Johnston, Lord, 1611-1663. / [1638] Reasons against the rendering of our sworne and subscribed confession of faith.
Warriston, Archibald Johnston, Lord, 1611-1663. / [Printed in the year 1653] Causes of the Lords vvrath against Scotland,: manifested in his sad late dispensations. Whereunto is added a paper, particularly holding forth the sins of the ministery.
Warter, John. / [1680] Directions to young clerks in the court of Kings Bench: for making the process of the said court retornable, both at days certain and ubicunque; with other directions in order thereunto. By John Warter, Sen. gent. Deceased.
Warton, Anthony. / [1657] Chonoyterion he Sion. The refinement of Zion: or, The old orthodox Protestant doctrine justified, and defended against several exceptions of the Antinomians, methodically digested into questions, wherein many weighty and important cases of conscience are handled, concerning the nature of faith and repentance, or conversion to God: of his eternal love, and beholding of sin in his dearest children: of justification from eternity, of of [sic] preparations to the acceptance of Christ, of prayer for pardon of sin, and turning to God: of the gospel covenant, aud [sic] tenders of salvation, on the termes of faith and repentance. For the establishment of the scrupulous, conviction of the erroneous, and consolation of distressed consciences. By Anthony Warton, minister of the word at Breamore in Hampshire.
Warwick, Edward Rich, Earl of, 1673-1701. / [MDCXCIX 1699] The several tryals of Edward, Earl of Warwick and Holland, and Charles, Lord Mohun before the House of Peers in Parliament, upon the 28th and 29th days of March, 1699, for the murder of Mr. Richard Coote : the Right Honourable John, Lord Sommers, Baron of Evesham, Lord High Chancellor of England, being lord high steward upon that occasion / publish'd by command of the House of Peers.
Warwick, Philip, Sir, 1609-1683. / [1646] A letter to Mr. Speaker Lenthall shewing that it were better to comply with His Maiesties offers and desires of peace, then to pursue the destruction of this land in the continuance of this unnatural warre.
Warwick, Philip, Sir, 1609-1683. / [1694] A discourse of government as examined by reason, Scripture, and law of the land, or, True weights and measures between soveraignty and liberty written in the year 1678 by Sir Philip Warwick.
Warwick, Robert Rich, Earl of, 1587-1658. / [1648] The remonstrance and declaration of His Excellencie Robert E. of VVarwick, Lord High Admirall of England;: concerning the King, Parliament, Army, and kingdome. And his protestation and resolution, to the citizens of London, and all other His Majesties liege people, touching his engagement, for religion, Parliament, and kingdome. Subscribed, Warwick. Also, a letter and declaration from the Navy, to the apprentices of the City of London, and the mariners and water-men upon the river of Thames; containing their full resolution touching the Army. With the desires and proposals of the citizens of London, to his Excellency the Lord Gen. Fairfax, touching the horse and foot who are quartered in the city, and the general answer thereunto.
Warwick, Robert Rich, Earl of, 1587-1658. / [Novem. 29. 1642] A most worthy speech, spoken by the Right Honourable Robert Earle of Warwicke;: in the head of his army, November, 22. when he tooke his leave of them, and delivered them under the command of his excellence the Earle of Essex. Wherin is contained all the duties of a Christian souldier, both toward God and man, with many religious advertisements, to deterre them from swearing, and taking the name of the Lord in vaine. Whereunto is annexed a caveat for the cavaliers, being a true example of Gods judgement against one of that crew, which tooke a pride in blaspheming against God, and cursing the Roundheads.
Warwick, Robert Rich, Earl of, 1587-1658. / [1642?] A letter sent from the right honourable Robert, Earl of Warwick, Admirall of the sea to M. John Pym, Esq., and presented to both houses of Parliament, July 6, 1642.
Warwick, Robert Rich, Earl of, 1587-1658. / [June 18. 1644] A letter sent from the Right Honorable, Robert Earl of Warwick: to the Right Honorable, the speaker to the House of Peers:: concerning the present state and condition, with the manner of the raising of the siege, of Lyme: with a relation of divers other remarkable passages concerning the Queen, the Prince, and the Lord Hopton, with the delivering up of Weymouth to the Parliament. Printed according to order.
Warwick, Robert Rich, Earl of, 1587-1658. / [1642] A letter sent from the Right Honorable Robert Earle of Warwik, admirall of the sea;: to Mr. Iohn Pim, Esquire; and by him presented by both House of Parliament, Iuly 6, 1642. Mercurii, 6 Iulii. 1642. Ordered by the Lords in Parliament, that this letter be forthwith printed and published. Jo. Brown. Cleric. Parliamentorum.
Warwick, Robert Rich, Earl of, 1587-1658. / [1648] A letter from the Right Honourable Robert Earle of Warwick Lord High Admirall of England, fully relating the condition of the affaires at sea. With a list of the number of the Parliaments ships, and the names of the severall commanders in them, now riding in the Downes. Read in the House of Peeres upon Friday the 8 of September, 1648. And commanded to be printed and published.
Warwick, Robert Rich, Earl of, 1587-1658. / [July 29. 1643] A letter from the Earl of Warwick:: relating the taking of all the forts, and 16 pieces of ordnance, from the malignant Cornishmen, that had before besieged the city of Exeter. Together with an apologie made by an English officer of qualitie, for leaving the Irish wars: declaring the designe at this time now on foot to reconcile the English and Irish together: and by their joynt power having expelled the Scotch and Irish Protestants, to bring their popish forces against the Parliament. This is licensed, and entred into the register·book of the Company of Stationers, according to order.
Warwick, Robert Rich, Earl of, 1587-1658. / [July 29, 1643] A letter from the Earl of Warwick: relating the taking of all the forts, and 16 pieces of ordnance from the malignant Cornishmen that had before besieged the city of Exeter : together with an apologie made by an English officer of qualitie for leaving the Irish wars : declaring the designe at this time now on foot to reconcile the English and Irish together, and by their joynt power having expelled the Scotch and Irish Protestants, to bring their popish forces against the Parliament.
Warwick, Robert Rich, Earl of, 1587-1658. / [1648] The Earle of VVarvvicks summons to the Kings fleet at Gowry,: and Prince Charles his answer. With His Lordships reply. And a declaration by the Hollanders, concerning the Prince and his Lordship. Also the taking of the Lord Jermin his ship, and another ship of the Irish rebels, by the Earle of Warwicke. And a great victory against the Scots.
Warwick, Robert Rich, Earl of, 1587-1658. / [Septemb. 6. 1648] The Earl of Warwicks letter to the Right Honorable, the Committee of Lords and Commons at Derby-House,: containing a narrative of his proceedings in pursuit of the revolted ships, and their declining the engagement: and of the conjunction of the Portsmouth fleet with the Lord Admirals. Ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that this letter be forthwith printed and published. H: Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.
Warwick, Robert Rich, Earl of, 1587-1658. / [1643/4] A declaration of the Right Honourable Robert, Earle of Warwick, Lord High Admirall of England, and of all the plantions [sic] belonging to any His Majesties, the King of Englands subjects upon the coasts of America, Governour of the Company of London for the plantation, of the Summer Islands, and of the said company to the colony and plantation there : as the happinesse of a Christian people is ever best advanced, by their constant progresse in the waies of peace and holiness.
Warwick, Robert Rich, Earl of, 1587-1658. / [1648] A declaration of the Earle of VVarwick, Lord High Admirall of England: in answer of a scandalous pamphlet, falsly reflecting upon his Lordships honour and proceedings. Published by speciall command.
Warwick, Robert Rich, Earl of, 1587-1658. / [1648] A declaration of His Excellency Robert E. of Warwick Lord High Admirall of England, concerning the uniting of the two navies, and restoring of the Kings Majesty, the Prince of Wales, the Duke of York and the rest of the royall issue to their just rights and privledges. And his resolution touching all those who endeavour to obstruct the treaty, and hinder the setling of truth, and happy peace, in this unsetled church and kindome. With His Majesties last and finall propositions to all loyall and reasonable subjects. Subscribed Charles R.
Warwick, William. / [1648] VVarwickshire petition to the Parliament delivered Aug. 17. 1648. With the answer.:
Warwick, William. / [1664] Truth's pursuit after falshood, or, Certain untruths made manifest that was lately published in the news-book bearing date April 18. 1664. and those false aspersions cast upon an innocent people (called Quakers) truly testified against, and the truth witnessed unto, for the better information of all people, and the satisfaction of all that are sober-minded. Also, it may serve for a word of caution and good advice to all those of what degree or quality soever they be, that hath or may have any hand in persecuting an innocent people for their conscience sake. By a lover of truth and uprightness, but a hater of lying and falshood, William Warwick.
Washington, Robert. / [1689] Some observations upon the ecclesiastical jurisdiction of the kings of England with an appendix in answer to part of a late book intitled, The King's visitatorial power asserted.
Wasse, William. / [1663] A century of reasons for subscription and obedience to the laws and government of the Church of England, both ecclesiastical and civil. With reasons against the covenant Justifi'd by scripture, confirmed by the laws of the kingdom, the right and power of kings, ecclesiastical and human authorities, with an harmony of confessions. [T]o which is annexed the office and charge belonging to the overseers of the poor, &c. [By] W. Wasse school-master in Little Britain near unto Christ-church.
Wastell, Simon, d. 1632. / [1623] A true Christians daily delight being the summe of euery chapter of the Old and New Testaments, set downe alphabetically, in English verse, that the Scriptures we reade may more happily be remembred, and the things forgotten more easily recalled. By Simon Wastel, sometimes of Queenes Colledge in Oxford, now schoole-master of the Free-schoole in Northampton.
Wastell, Simon, d. 1632. / [1629] Microbiblion or The Bibles epitome: in verse. Digested according to the alphabet, that the Scriptures we reade may more happily be remembred, and things forgotten more easily recalled. By Simon Wastell somtimes of Queenes Colledge in Oxford.
Wastell, Tho. (Thomas) / [1700] The application of a new portable scale, (being the first of this nature) in resolving questions in the following particulars: viz. Interest, for any sum, time or rate. Discount, of bills, tallies, stock, &c. Factoridge brokeridge commission exchange, &c. at all rates. Value of any quantity of goods, merchandize, or any fractional part of an intiger. Of any number of pistols, dollers, or other foreign coin. Of wages due to any workmen or seamen, for any time or rate: as also short allowance. Number, of days in any distance of time. Proportion, of any sum per annum, to one or any number of dayes. And several other profitable uses. The second edition, with additions. Invented by Tho. Wastell.
Wastfield, Robert, fl. 1647-1665. / [1665] To all rulers and magistrates in England, and all men in authority from the highest to the lowest a few sober words tendred to your serious consideration, which you are desired to read with moderation.
Wastfield, Robert, fl. 1647-1665. / [1662] The great obiection concerning the Quakers meetings fully answered. Wherein, in several particulars, it is proved, that although the said people do meet together, yet they are not transgressors of the law, according to right reason, which is the ground and foundation thereof; and therefore according to equity and good conscience, ought not to suffer for so doing, neither ought their meetings to be supprest. By a lover of all righteous laws, and just government, and one unto whom such laws are not a terror, R.W.
Waterhouse, Edward, 1619-1670. / [1653] Two brief meditations: I. Of magnanimitie under crosses: II. of acquaintance with God. By E.W. Esquire.
Waterhouse, Edward, 1619-1670. / [1653] Divine meditations on acquaintance with God By E.W. Esquire.
Watermen's Company (London, England) / [ca. 1555] The prices of fares and passages to be paide unto watermen from London to Grauesende, and likewise from Grauesend to London, and to euery common place betwene and also betwene London Bridge and Windesoure, and so to euery common place of landyng betwene London Bridge and Windesoure.
Watermen's Company (London, England) / [ca. 1555] The prices and rates that euerye perticuler person ovveth to pay for his fayre or passage, vnto watermen, or whyrrymen: from Londo[n] to Grauesende, and likewise from Grauesende to London, and to euery commen landyng place, betwene the sayd two places, and the rates and pryces also of an hole fare in a whyrye, tylte bote, or tyde bote, to and from any of the said places hereafter breyfelye appeareth.
Wates, Richard. / [1657] A dialogue betw[een] life and death: Very requisite for the conte[m]plation of all transitory pilgrims, and pious minded Christians.
Wateson, George, fl. 1598-1607. / [1598] The cures of the diseased, in remote regions. Preventing mortalitie, incident in forraine attempts, of the English nation.
Watkins, David, Sir. / [1642] A true copie of the remonstrance and petition, presented to the Honourable the House of Commons assembled in Parliament.: By Sir David Watkins Knight, Mr. Shuite, and others, (the now principall designers and managers of the publique affaires of the citie) earnestly arguing for no accomodation. but a vigorous prosecution of the present warre. With a petition of certaine other citizens of London, intended to be presented for peace.
Watkins, Morgan, fl. 1653-1670. / [1665] Very many hath been the testimonies of truth and large hath been the declarations that hath been given forth by the servants of the Lord, both sons and daughters of the followers of the Lamb amongst whom I having heard, beleived, and received their report, and the Lord having opened the eye within the vail, that made manifest his living witness, that witnessed to the truth cannot but give in my testimony to those pretious truths that hath been declared by them, though many for the witnessing thereof hath gone through many hardships, great suffering, & long imprisonments ... I say I cannot but give my testimony, and chiefly concerning tythes as the Lord hath brought it to me, that for which hath been the cause of so much persecution in all ages, with something concerning oaths, which so many snares, traps and gins, hath been laid for the righteous innocent servants of the Lord, because they cannot swear. And these are the testimonies given forth from one that loves and fears the Lord, M.W.
Watkins, Morgan, fl. 1653-1670. / [1660] Swearing denyed in the New Covenant: and its pretended foundation rased. VVith the remnant of lies swept away. And the great and glorious name of Jesus highly exalted, above every name, to which powerful name, all swearers, and false swearers, and lyars, fighters, plotters, and persecutors, who are in the strife against the Son of God, must bow and submit, or be broken in pieces, for his wrath is kindled and his glittering sword is whet, to take vengeance of all those that will not have him to reign over them, in truth and righteousnesse, to the glory of God the Father. By Morgan Watkins.
Watkins, Morgan, fl. 1653-1670. / [1675] The marks of the true church the virgin & spouse of Christ that brings forth by a holy seed the birth that pleaseth God, and the marks of the false church, or whore, that brings forth by an evil seed the cursed birth that never could please God / by Morgan Watkins.
Watkins, Morgan, fl. 1653-1670. / [1664] Lamentation over England from a true sight, and suffering sense, of the lamentable wickedness of such rulers, priests, and people, that are erred, and strayed from the way of God, and follow too much the devices and desires of their own hearts, offending against his holy laws ... : whereby all persecutors may (in pity to their souls) truly consider what way they are in, and whether it leads, and whose work they are doing, and what the Scripture saith will be the reward of oppression and cruelty / by M.W.
Watkinson, George. / [1661] A warning to the inhabitants of the earth But more especially to those who say they believe in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ, with al those that in the simplicity of their hearts, and tender desires towards God, are seeking the kingdom of heaven, (in several forms, and divers observations) with their faces thitherwards; the Lord has opened his bowels of love and tender compassion (through me) towards you all; and these are the words that are laid upon me to give forth, that in the name, fear, dread and power of the living God, they may be read amoungst you. He that can receive them let him.
Watkinson, Mary. / [1697?] The case of Mary Watkinson, mother of Hannah Gooding (late Hannah Knight) an infant and Thomas Gooding son of Serjant Gooding
Wats, James, d. 1619. / [1621] The controversie debated about the reuerend gesture of kneeling in the act of receiuing the holy communion. By Iames Wats, minister of Gods word at Woodnosborough in Kent: and sometime fellow of Magdalene Colledge in Cambridge.
Watson, Christopher, d. 1581. / [1581] Briefe principles of religion, for the exercise of youth: done by Christopher Watson.
Watson, John, b. 1597? / [1683] Memoires of the family of Stuarts and the remarkable providences of God towards them in an historical account of the lives of those His Majesty's progenitors of that name that were kings of Scotland.
Watson, Lion. / [1644] A more exact relation of the late battell neer York; fought by the English and Scotch forces, against Prince Rupert and the Marquess of Newcastle.: Wherein the passages thereof are more particularly set down, presented to the view of those who desire better satisfaction therin. Published for the more inlargement of our hearts to Almighty God on our day of Thanksgiving, commanded by authority for the great victory obtained. Allowed to be printed according to order.
Watson, R. / [MDCLXXXVI 1686] Two letters of the right reverend father in God Doctor John Cosin, later Lord Bishop of Durham, with annotations on the same. Also the opinion of the Reverend Peter Heylin, D.D. concerning the metrical version of David's Psalms, with remarks and observation upon them. / By R. Watson, D.D.
Watson, Richard, 1612-1685. / [M. DC. LX. 1660] The royall missive to the Prince of VVales,: being the letter of K. Charles I. in part metrically paraphrased, for essay vnto the rest. / By Ri. VVatson.
Watson, Samuel, ca. 1618-1708. / [1660] The word of the Lord to the inhabitants of Leeds
Watson, Samuel, ca. 1618-1708. / [1685] A heavenly visitation to the travelling soul and generation born again of the immortal seed With a testimony of the regenerate and true birth thereunto.
Watson, Samuel, ca. 1618-1708. / [1695] An epistle by way of testimony to the friends of Manchester and thereabouts given forth shortly after the death of my dear daughter, Mary Moss, wife of Isaac Moss of Manchester, who departed this life the XXIX of the 11th month, 1692 : with a testimony concerning my dear wife Mary Watson, who since departed this life the 2d of the 9th month, 1694 / by Samuel Watson ; together with a few words written by Elizabeth Moss concerning her dear mother.
Watson, Samuel, of Coventry, watch-maker. / [1691] The frontispiece of the chronological automaton or self-moving ephemeris of ye. celestial motions, &c. Representing ye phaenomena at noon March 30: 1691 / invented and made by Samuel Watson ...
Watson, Thomas, 17th/18th cent. / [1683?] A copy book enriched with great variety of the most useful and modish hands adorned with a whole alphabet of great letters ... / by Thomas Watson ...
Watson, Thomas, d. 1686. / [1657] The saints delight. To which is annexed a treatise of meditation. / By Thomas Watson, minister of Stephens Walbrook in the city of London. Imprimatur, Edm. Calamy.
Watson, Thomas, d. 1686. / [1661] Jerusalems glory, or, the saints safetie in eying the churches security,: wherein is shewed the captives redress: being an invitation to all the different minded men in the world to become one; with the advantage of unity, and the danger of variety from the example of the saints and servants of God, as well in former as these latter times. Offered to the view of the 97 builders imployed in that work, for the building of the true temple, and all others. / By Thomas Watson, a lover of peace.
Watson, Thomas, d. 1686. / [1660] The beatitudes: or A discourse upon part of Christs famous Sermon on the Mount.: Wherunto is added Christs various fulnesse. The preciousnesse of the soul. The souls malady and cure. The beauty of grace. The spiritual watch. The heavenly race. The sacred anchor. The trees of righteousnesse. The perfume of love. The good practitioner. By Thomas Watson, minister of the word at Stephens Walbrook in the city of London.
Watson, William, student in law. / [1693] A lawyer's advice to the devil's agents: or, Some strokes at the unfruitful works of darkness, tending to their destruction made with a weapon taken out of the armory of the Most High. By William Watson, student in law.
Wattes, Jeremiah. / [1653?] An answer to a scandalous and deceitfull pamphlet: entituled, Considerable queries humbly tendred touching reducement of the excise to the customs; published by necessity.
Watts, Geoffrey, d. 1663. / [1657] A scribe, pharisee, hypocrite; and his letters answered, separates churched, dippers sprinkled: or, A vindication of the church and universities of England, in many orthodox tenets & righteous practices. Whereunto is added a narration of a publick dipping, June 26. 1656. In a pond of much Leighes parish in Essex, with a censure thereupon. By Jeffry Watts B.D. and Rectour of Much-Leighes.
Watts, Thomas, 1665-1739. / [1697] Universal Christian charity, as comprehending all true religion and happiness, demonstrated from scripture and reason in a sermon preach'd before the Right Honourable Lord Chief Justice Treby, at the assizes held at Maidstone in Kent, March the 17th, 1696 / by Tho. Watts ...
Watts, Thomas, 1665-1739. / [1692] New prayers and meditations with pious exhortations for fast-days pursuant to Their Majesties King William and Queen Mary's injunctions to suppress irreligion and prophaneness / by Tho. Watts, Vicar of Orpington and St. Mary Crey in Kent.
Watts, Thomas, 1665-1739. / [1688] Dialogues between Philerene and Philalethe, a lover of peace and a lover of truth, concerning the Pope's supremacy. Part I
Watts, Thomas, fl. 1571-1589. / [1589] The entrie to Christianitie, or, An admonition to householders very necessary for instruction of their families, as also others, whereby, with some some small labour, they may attaine to the vnderstanding of the Christian faith: (if holy, and Christian exercises, as prayers, and such sanctified meanes) be devoutly vsed. Drawne out of the sacred Scriptures, as also prooued by the iudgement of famous learned writers. Very fit for this diseased and sickly age, where-in popish ignorance and deuilish atheisme dooth so abound. By Thomas Wats, minister of the word of God.
Watts, William, 1590?-1649. / [1632] The Swedish intelligencer¨ The first part. Wherein, out of the truest and choysest informations, are the famous actions of that warlike prince historically led along: from his Majesties first entring into the Empire, vntill his great victory over the Generall Tilly, at the Battell of Leipsich. The times and places of every action being so sufficiently observed and described; that the reader may finde both truth and reason in it.
Watts, William, 1590?-1649. / [1632.] The Swedish intelligencer. The second part. VVherein, out of the truest and choysest informations, are the famous actions of that warlike prince historically led along: from the victory of Leipsich, unto the conquest of Bavaria. The times and places of every action, being so sufficiently observed and described; that the reader may finde both truth and reason in it.
Watts, William, 1590?-1649. / [1633] The Svvedish intelligencer. The third part. VVherein, out of the truest and choysest informations, are the famous actions of that warlike prince historically led along; from the Norimberg Leaguer, unto the day of his death, at the victory of Lutzen. With the election of the young Queene of Sweden: and the Diet of Heilbrun. The times and places of every action, being so sufficiently observed and described; that the reader may finde both truth and reason in it. Vnto which is added the fourth part. VVherein, the chiefest of those military actions of other Swedish generalls, be related: wherein the King himselfe, was not personally with the army.
Way, William, 17th cent. / [1695?] Proposals humbly offered to the honourable the Commons of England assembled in Parliament, prepared the three sessions last past and now again presented by William Way, with five others, well experienced in the trade hereafter mentioned, who were the first proposers of this matter; for the raising of neer two millions, per ann. on the woollen manufacture us'd in this kingdom, and in the dominion of Wales, and about one million on the stock in hand, as a present supply to carry on the war against France, which will not prejudice, but rather advance our trade both foreign and domestick.