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Whaley, Nathanael, 1637?-1709. / [1695] Eight sermons preached on several occasions by Nathanael Whaley ...
Whalley, Edward, d. 1675? / [1647] A more full relation of the manner and circumstances of His Majesties departure from Hampton-Court. Written by Colonel Whaley, at the demand of the Speaker of the House of Commons, to whom it was lately sent, for the better satisfaction of the Parliament and kingdome.
Whalley, Edward, d. 1675? / [1647] A message and declaration sent from Colonel Whaley, to the Right Honourable William Lenthal Esquire, Speaker of the House of Commons,: concerning the Kings Majesties royall person, and engagement. Together with his demonstration and proposals, touching His gracious Majesty, and Mr. John Ashburnham (now attending his royal person in the Isle of Wight.) This message and declaration is appointed to be forthwith printed and published, by order and command of the said Colonell Whaley. December, 7. 1647.
Whalley, Edward, d. 1675? / [1647] A letter sent from Col: VVhaley, being commanded by the King to declare His Maiesties great dislike of a late pamphlet scandalous to his Majesty: being intituled, His Majesties declaration to all his loving subjects, touching his inclination for peace, dated the 27. of August 1647. The which pamphlet, his Majesty utterly disavows, as being published without his knowledge or consent.
Whalley, Edward, d. 1675? / [1647] Joyful nevves of the Kings Majesties safe arrivall in the Isle of VVheight with Mr. John Ashburnham, and Sir John Barclay. With His Majesties propositions to Collonell Hamond the governour: confirmed by letters from the governour and others. And two messengers come to the Parliament about it. Also foure letters: one of which His Majesty received from London, and three written by His Majesties own hands: the first to Col: Whaley, the second to the Lord Mountague, and the third a declaration to all His Majesties subjects of both kingdomes; concerning his going away with His Majesties desires to the Parliament, the army, and the kingdomes. With a perfect narrative of the manner of his Majesties going from Hampton Court, and the severall circumstances both before & after. Novemb. 15. 1647. Imprimatur G.M.
Whalley, Edward, d. 1675? / [1648 i.e. 1649] The declaration and unanimous resolution of Colonel Whaley, and all the officers and souldiers of his regiment, now present with their cullors.: With a particular list of all their names that signed it, on Munday the 14. of his instant May, 1649. Published to prevent mistakes, and presented to every honest heart, especially to our deare fellow souldiers of the Army under the command of our ever honored Generall Thomas Lord Fairfax, his Excellency.
Whalley, John, 1653-1724. / [in the Year 1688] Præcognita astrologica: or, Astrological judgments, and monthly observations, shewing, what material or grand changes or revolutions are like to happen in the world, but more especially Europe, in the so long and much talked of year, 1688. : To which is added an account of the so much admired and amazing prodigy / By Joh. Whalley student in physick and astrology.
Whalley, Penistone. / [1674] The religion established by law, asserted to conduce most to the true interest of prince and subject as it was delivered in a charge, at the general quarter sessions of the peace, held at the borough of Newark, for the county of Nottingham, by adjournment for taking the oaths of Supremacy, &c., according to the late act of Parliament July 21th 1673 / by Peniston Whalley Esq.
Whalley, Penistone. / [1661] The civil rights and conveniences of episcopacy with the inconvenience of presbytery asserted : as it was delivered in a charge to the grand jury at the general quarter sessions held at Nottingham Apr. 22, 1661 / by Pen. Whalley.
Wharton, Edward, d. 1678. / [1675] New-England's present sufferings under their cruel neighbouring Indians represented in two letters lately written from Boston to London.
Wharton, Jeremiah. / [1654] The English-grammar, or, The institution of letters, syllables, and words in the English-tongue conteining [sic] all rules and directions necessary to bee known for the judicious reading, right-speaking, and writing thereof : very useful for all that desire to bee expert in the foresaid properties, more especially profitable for scholars immediately before their entrance into the rudiments of the Latine-tongue ... / composed by Jer. Wharton ...
Wharton, Philip Wharton, Baron, 1613-1696. / [1642] The two speeches of the Lord Wharton, spoken in Guild-Hall, Octob. 27. 1642. In which are contained a full and true relation of the battell betweene the two armies at Kinton. Corrected by the authors owne hand.
Wharton, Philip Wharton, Baron, 1613-1696. / [Decemb. 12. 1642] The Lord Whartons speech, to the petitioners for peace: on the eighth of December, at Habberdashers-hall, in London. VVith the true relation of all their proceedings therin. Also the lord maiors message to them, concerning the delivering their petition to the Parliament. VVith many more remarkable passages.
Wharton, Robert, fl. 1649. / [1649] A declaration to Great Britain and Ireland, shewing the downfall of their princes, and wherefore it is come upon them: because Christ is riding on his white horse, conquering his enemies till he have destroyed Antichrist, who hath made the nations drunk with the cup of her fornications: and till he have destroyed Mahomet, that great deceiver of the people. / Written and directed to Great Britain, and all other nations; by me Robert Wharton, wel-wisher to my countrymen, and to all the faithfull in Christ Jesus throughout the world. With an humble advice to the Army. This treatise is approved and commended, and thought worthy to be printed, by Master Hugh Peters.
Wharton, Thomas Wharton, Marquess of, 1648?-1715. / [1697] Thomas Lord Wharton, Baron of Wharton in the county of Westmorland, warden, chief-justice, and justice in eyre of all his Majesty's forests, chases, parks, and warrens, of the south side of Trent: To the wardens, lieutenants, verderers, regarders, master-foresters, rangers, keepers, under-keepers, and to all and singular other the ministers and officers of his Majesty's forests, chases, parks, and warrens aforesaid, and every of them; and to all others whom these presents may concern: sendeth greeting, &c.
Whately, Solomon. / [1699] An answer to a late book written against the learned and reverend Dr. Bentley, relating to some manuscript notes on Callimachus together with an examination of Mr. Bennet's appendix to the said book.
Whately, Thomas. / [1695/6 1696] Now is the time: or, The proposal of the loan-bank seasonable By T.W.
Whately, Thomas. / [169⁵/₆] An advantageous method of extricating the nation out of its difficulties. Humbly proposed by Thomas Whately.
Whately, William, 1583-1639. / [1637] The poore mans advocate, or, A treatise of liberality to the needy. Delivered in sermons by William Whately minister of Banbury.
Whately, William, 1583-1639. / [1637] The oyle of gladnesse. Or, Comfort for dejected sinners. First preached in the parish church of Banbury in certaine sermons, and now published in this present treatise. By William Whately minister there.
Whately, William, 1583-1639. / [1618] The nevv birth: or, A treatise of regeneration delivered in certaine sermons; and now published by William Whately, preacher and minisiter of Banbury in Oxfordshire.
Whately, William, 1583-1639. / [1622] Gods husbandry: the first part. Tending to shew the difference betwixt the hypocrite and the true-hearted Christian. As it was deliuered in certaine sermons, and is now published by William Whately, preacher of the Word of God in Banbury in Oxfordsheire
Whately, William, 1583-1639. / [1602] A godlie treatise, intituled the view and down-fall of pride. Wherein is declared the cause of Babylons destruction, and Nabuchadnezzars subuersion. Set forth by William Wheatley Maister of Art, and preacher of Gods word.
Whately, William, 1583-1639. / [1609] A caveat for the couetous. Or, A sermon preached at Paules Crosse, vpon the fourth of December, out of Luke. 12. 15. By William Whatelie, preacher of the word of God, in Banbury
Whately, William, 1583-1639. / [1624] A care-cloth: or a treatise of the cumbers and troubles of marriage intended to aduise them that may, to shun them; that may not, well and patiently to beare them. By William Whately, preacher of the word of God in Banbury, in Oxfordshire.
Whately, William, 1583-1639. / [1617] A bride-bush, or A vvedding sermon compendiously describing the duties of married persons: by performing whereof, marriage shall be to them a great helpe, which now finde it a little hell.
Whatman, Edward. / [1647] Funerall obsequies, to the Right Honourable the Lady Elizabeth Hopton. By Edvvard VVhatman.
Wheathill, Anne. / [1584] A handfull of holesome (though homelie) hearbs gathered out of the goodlie garden of Gods most holie word; for the common benefit and comfortable exercise of all such as are deuoutlie disposed. Collected and dedicated to all religious ladies, gentlewomen, and others; by Anne Wheathill, Gentlewoman.
Wheatly, W. / [MDCXL VII. 1647] A declaration of the Scottish armie concerning their immediate marching towards the borders of England; as also their reasons of their comming, together with their resolution touching the same. Likewise the number of their army, both horse and foot, and their advance, with this motto in their ensignes, For religion, crown, and kingdome. Whereunto is annexed, the resolution of the northern counties, concerning the Scottish army, and their present proceedings therein.
Wheeler, Thomas, ca. 1620-1676. / [1676] A thankefull remembrance of Gods mercy to several persons at Quabaug or Brookfield partly in a collection of providences about them, and gracious appearances for them: and partly in a sermon preached by Mr. Edward Bulkley, Pastor of the Church of Christ at Concord, upon a day of thanksgiving, kept by divers for their wonderfull deliverance there. Published by Capt. Thomas VVheeler. [Five lines from Psalms]
Wheeler, William, 17th cent. / [1653] A list of some chief workes which Mr. William Wheeler offered to undertake he having already often performed many of them, and being able to demonstrate his sufficiency for the rest.
Wheelwright, John, 1594-1679. / [1645] Mercurius Americanus, Mr. Welds his antitype, or, Massachusetts great apologie examined, being observations upon a paper styled, A short story of the rise, reign, and ruine of the Familists, libertines, &c. which infected the churches of New-England, &c. Wherein some parties therein concerned are vindicated, and the truth generally cleared. By John Wheelvvright junior. Philalethes.
Wheelwright, John, 1594-1679. / [1658] A brief, and plain apology written by John Wheelwright: wherein he doth vindicate himself, from al [sic] those errors, heresies, and flagitious crimes, layed to his charge by Mr. Thomas Weld, in his short story, and further fastened upon him, by Mr. Samuel Rutherford in his survey of antinomianisme. Wherein free grace is maintained in three propositions, and four thesis [sic] ...
Wheler, George, Sir, 1650-1723. / [1682] A journey into Greece by George Wheler, Esq., in company of Dr. Spon of Lyons in six books ... : with variety of sculptures.
Whetcombe, Tristram. / [1642] A true relation of all the proceedings in Ireland, from the end of April last, to this present:: sent from Tristram Whetcombe, mayor of Kinsale, to his brother Benjamine Whetcombe, merchant in London. With a certificate under the hand and seal of Sir William Saint-Leger, lord president of Munster. As also the copy of an oath which was found in a trunck in Kilbrittaine Castle neer Kinsale, after the rebels were fled from thence, the first of June, 1642. Presented to the high Court of Parliament, and by them ordered forthwith to be printed. Hen. Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.
Whetcombe, Tristram. / [1641] True newes from Ireland, or, The state of Dublin as it stood the 27 of December, and other parts of Ireland being the copy of a letter sent from a good hand to an alderman of this city shewing that they attempt the blocking up of Dublin and to that end are building two sconces at the havens mouth, out of the command of the castle, upon which they have mounted 12 pieces of ordnance, by reading which you shall find the vanity and falshood of those foolish pamphlets invented and published of late : with a strange and unheard of flocking together of severall kinds of birds over the city of Dublin on Christmas Eve last.
Whetcombe, Tristram. / [1642] The state of Dublin, as it stood the 27. of December, and of other parts of Ireland. Being the copy of a letter sent from a good hand to an alderman of this city. By reading which you will finde the vanity and falshood of those vaine foolish pamphlets invented and published of late. With a strange and unheard of flocking together of severall kinde of birds over the city of Dublin on Christmas eve last.
Whetcombe, Tristram. / [1645] A sad relation of the miseries of the province of Munster in the realm of Ireland: signified by letters written from thence very lately, by a gentleman of good credit, to his brother here in London. By which it doth appear, in what imminent danger that province now is for to be lost, and how numerous the rebels now are there gathered together in their siege of Youghall, with a discovery of their barbarous and cruell usage to those English they take prisoners.
Whetcombe, Tristram. / [Octob. 3. 1642] A most exact relation of a great victory, obtained by the poor Protestants in Ireland,: under the command of the Lords Inchequeen, and Kinealmekie, and Sir Charles Vavasour, against the rebells. Also severall depositions taken before the maior of Kinsale, concerning ships, men, and ammunition, sent to the rebels from France and Spain. Sent from the maior of Kinsale, to a brother of his a merchant in London. Presented to the high court of Parliament, and commanded to be forthwith printed.
Whetcombe, Tristram. / [1642] The copy of a letter from Master Tristram Whitecombe, Major of Kingsale, in Ireland. Dated the 21. of April 1642. To his brother Benjamin Whitecombe, merchant in London. Alderman Plurie of Glocester mooved the house that this letter might bee printed, whereupon it was ordered the 26. of April, to be published. It is this day ordered by the House of Commons, that the ministers of each several parish give publike thanks to God for the good successe it hath pleased him to grant the English against the Rebels. Hen. Elsing, Cler. Com. D. Parl.
Whetenhall, Thomas. / [1606] A discourse of the abuses novv in question in the churches of Christ of their creeping in, growing vp, and flowrishing in the Babilonish Church of Rome, how they are spoken against not only by the scriptures, but also by the ancient fathers as long as there remayned any face of a true Church maintained by publique authority, and likewise by the lights of the Gospell, and blessed martyrs of late in the middest of the antichristian darknes. By Thomas Whetenhall Esquier.
Whetstone, George, 1544?-1587? / [August. 20. 1578] The right excellent and famous historye, of Promos and Cassandra deuided into two commicall discourses. In the fyrste parte is showne, the vnsufferable abuse, of a lewde magistrate: the vertuous behauiours of a chaste ladye: the vncontrowled leawdenes of a fauoured curtisan. And the vndeserued estimation of a pernicious parasyte. In the second parte is discoursed, the perfect magnanimitye of a noble kinge, in checking vice and fauouringe vertue: wherein is showne, the ruyne and ouerthrowe, of dishonest practises: with the aduauncement of vpright dealing. The worke of George Whetstones Gent.
Whetstone, George, 1544?-1587? / [1584] A mirour for magestrates of cyties. Representing the ordinaunces, policies, and diligence, of the noble emperour, Alexander (surnamed) Seuerus, to suppresse and chastise the notorious vices noorished in Rome, by the superfluous nomber of dicing-houses, tauarns, and common stewes: suffred and cheerished, by his beastlye predecessour, Helyogabalus, vvith sundrie graue orations: by the said noble emperor, co[n]cerning reformation. And hereunto, is added, A touchstone for the time: containyng: many perillous mischiefes, bred in the bowels of the citie of London: by the infection of some of thease sanctuaries of iniquitie. By George Whetstones. Gent.
Whetstone, George, 1544?-1587? / [1593] Aurelia. The paragon of pleasure and princely delights contayning the seuen dayes solace (in Christmas holy-dayes) of Madona Aurelia, Queene of the Christmas pastimes, & sundry other well-courted gentlemen, and gentlewomen, in a noble gentlemans pallace. A worke most sweetely intercoursed (in ciuill and friendly disputations) with many amorous and pleasant discourses, to delight the reader: and plentifully garnished with morall notes, to make it profitable to the regarder. By G.W. Gent.
Whiddon, Francis, d. 1656 or 7. / [1656] A golden topaze, or, Heart-jewell namely, a conscience purified and pacified by the blood and spirit of Christ / written by Francis Whiddon ...
Whincop, John, d. 1647. / [1645] Israels tears for distressed Zion. Shown in a sermon before the Right Honourable House of Lords assembled in Parliament, at their late solemn fast, in the Abby-Church of Westminster, Sept. 24. 1645. / By John Whincop D.D. and pastor of the church of Clothall in Hertford-shire. Published by order of the House of Peers.
Whincop, Thomas, d. 1730. / [1696] A sermon preach'd at the anniversary meeting of the sons of clergy-men, in the church of St. Mary Le Bow, on Tuesday, Decem. 3, 1695 printed at the desire of the stewards of the feast, to whom it is humbly presented / by Tho. Whincop ...
Whinnell, Thomas, fl. 1699. / [Printed in the year, 1691] A sober reply to Mr Robert Steed's epistle concerning singing. Wherein all his objections against that way he calls the common and popular way of singing psalms, &c. are impartially examined, and in the spirit of meekness, fully answered. Recommended to the consideration of all the saints and churches of Christ, by divers elders and ministers of baptized congregations. Who desire their brethren who are against such singing, without prejudice to read these lines, and consider them.
Whistler, Henry. / [1657] A small present to a Roman Catholique in opposition to his present hear-say tradition, as not agreeable to the rule of faith ... / by Henry Whistler, Bac. Theol.
Whiston, James, 1637?-1707. / [1685] To the honourable the Commons of England assembled in Parliament, the humble proposals of James Whiston, for advance of his majesties revenue on double brandies, &c. Encouragement of loyal subjects, merchants and others, encrease of navigation, and the prevention of frauds, perjuries, and other abuses.
Whiston, James, 1637?-1707. / [1689?] To the Honourable the Commons of England assembled in Parliament a short account of one of the grand grievances of the nation / humbly presented by James Whiston.
Whiston, James, 1637?-1707. / [1697] Farther arguments, for passing the bill against the sale of offices humbly offer'd to the House of Lords, as it has pass'd the honourable House of Commons.
Whiston, James, 1637?-1707. / [1696] England's calamities discover'd with the proper remedy to restore her ancient grandeur and policy / humbly presented by James Whiston.
Whiston, James, 1637?-1707. / [1693] A discourse of the decay of trade: the necessity of recovering: the danger of neglecting: the advantage of effecting: with the proper means to accomplish the same; whereby the war if self will become as certainly advantageous, as a peace will be destructive. Humbly presented by James Whiston.
Whiston, James, 1637?-1707. / [1695/6] The causes of our present calamities in reference to the trade of the nation fully discovered with the most proper expedient to remedy the same : whereby the war it self may become as certainly advantageous, as a peace will be destructive / humbly presented by James Whiston.
Whiston, Joseph, d. 1690. / [MDCXC. 1690] The right method for the proving of infant-baptism. With some reflections on some late tracts against infant-baptism. / By Joseph Whiston, Minister of the Gospel.
Whiston, Joseph, d. 1690. / [1670] Infant-baptism from heaven, and not of men, or, A moderate discourse concerning the baptism of the infant-seed of believers whereunto is prefixed, a large introductory preface, preparing the readers way to a more profitable perusal of the ensuing treatise / by Joseph Whiston.
Whiston, Joseph, d. 1690. / [1678] Infant baptism plainly proved a discourse wherein certain select arguments for infant baptism, formerly syllogyistically handled, are now reviewed, abbreviated, and reduced to a plain method, for the benefit of the unlearned, and persons of weaker capacity / by Joseph Whiston ; with a large epistle to the pious and learned among the anti-pædobaptists, especially the authors of the late confession of their faith.
Whiston, Joseph, d. 1690. / [1676] An essay to revive the primitive doctrine and practice of infant-baptism in the resolution of four questions I. What are the reasons of God's appointing the token of the covenant to be applyed to the infant-seed of his people? II. What is the good or benefit they receive thereby? III. What is the duty of parents towards their children as bearing the token of the covenant? IV. What is the improvement that children as grown up to years of maturity, may and ought to make of the token, as applyed to them in their infancy / by Joseph Whiston ...
Whiston, Joseph, d. 1690. / [1682] Energiea planēs, or, A brief discourse concerning man's natural proneness to, and tenaciousness of errour whereunto is added some arguments to prove, that that covenant entred with Abraham, Gen. 17.7 is the covenant of grace / J. Whiston ...
Whitaker, Edward. / [1688] Some considerations about The new test of the Church of Englands loyalty in a letter / from a country gentleman ; occasioned by the present invasion.
Whitaker, Edward. / [1681] A short history of the life and death of the act made the 35th of Elizabeth, cap. I intituled, An act to retain the Queen's Majesties subjects in their due obedience : as also, the act commonly called the Conventicle act ... : wherin it plainly appears by the several records, that both the said acts are expired, and have no force in law / ... by E.W.
Whitaker, Edward. / [1681] A justification of the paper, entituled, A short history of the life and death of the act made in the 35th of Eliz. Cap. I, &c. containing some observations on that part of the Gazett (published 21th of April last) which asserts the contrary : wherein it doth plainly appear (notwithstanding what is therein alledged) that the said act of the 35th of Eliz. and the Conventicle Act of the 16th of the King, are not in being, nor hath the force of a law / by the same author.
Whitaker, Edward. / [1681] The ignoramus justices being an answer to the order of sessions at Hick's-Hall, bearing the date the 13th of January, 1681, wherein it plainly appears the said order is against law : also a short account of all the acts that relate to Protestant dissenters at this day in force against them ... : and also an account of such acts as are in force against popish recusants ... : and hereunto is also added a brief account of the penalties and forfeitures of those acts ... / by Drawde Kekatihw.
Whitaker, Edward. / [1683] The future state, or, A discourse attempting some display of the souls happiness, in regard to that eternally progressive knowledge, or eternal increase of knowledge, and the consequences of it, which is amongst the blessed in heaven by a country gentleman, a worshipper of God in the way of the Church of England.
Whitaker, Edward. / [1700] Directions for bresing malt liquors shewing, what care is to be taken in the choice of water, malt, and hops : and in what proportions they are to be mixed, and how boyled and fermented, for making the best March, or October beer, strong ale, &c. : in a method never before published useful for all such as are curious in malt liquors / by a Country gentleman ; with a satyr upon brandy by another hand.
Whitaker, Edward. / [1681] Count Hanlan's downfall, or, A true and exact account of the killing that arch traytor and Tory, Redmon ô Hanlan by Art ô Hanlan, one of his own party, on the 25 day of April, 1681, near the Eight Mile Bridge, in the county of Down being the copy of a letter writ by a country gentleman (now in Dublin) to a person of quality (his friend) in the country.
Whitaker, Edward. / [1681] The Bishops Courts dissolved, or, The law of England touching ecclesiastical jurisdiction stated wherein it appears that the spiritual courts want both power and might to execute their wills upon his Majesties good subjects at his day : being a short and brief account of the several statutes made concerning the spiritual and ecclesiastical jurisdiction / by E.W.
Whitaker, Edward. / [1681] An argument for toleration and indulgence in relation to differences in opinion, both as it is the interest of states, and as a common duty of all Christians one to another : by way of a letter / by a country gentleman.
Whitaker, Edward. / [1682] An ansvver to the order of the Middlesex justices, dated the 20th of December last, touching the suppressing of conventicles which order is here compared with the act of the 22d of this king, on which the same is grounded : wherein it will appear that the said order is lame and insufficient for any constable, or other officers to act by : being an answer to a letter received from a friend in Middlesex : wherein is also laid down some directions to the officers touching the execution of that act, according to the true intent and meaning of that law / by D. R.
Whitaker, Thomas, 1650 or 51-1710. / [1693] Comfort for parents, mourning over their hopeful children, that dye young In a funeral discourse upon Jer. 31. xvii. And there is hope in thine end, saith the Lord. By Thomas Whitaker, minister of the Gospel at Leeds, in York-shire.
Whitaker, Tobias, d. 1666. / [1638] The tree of humane life, or, The bloud of the grape Proving the possibilitie of maintaining humane life from infancy to extreme old age without any sicknesse by the use of wine. By Tobias Whitaker Doctor in Physick of London.
Whitaker, Tobias, d. 1666. / [1634] Peri ydroposias: or, a discourse of waters their qualities, and effects diæteticall, pathologicall, and pharmacaiticall. By Tobias Whitaker, doctor in physicke of Norwich.
Whitaker, Tobias, d. 1666. / [1654] The blood of the grape republished and enlarged by the author To. Whitaker.
Whitaker, William, 1548-1595. / [1606] An ansvvere to the Ten reasons of Edmund Campian the Iesuit in confidence wherof he offered disputation to the ministers of the Church of England, in the controuersie of faith. Whereunto is added in briefe marginall notes, the summe of the defence of those reasons by Iohn Duræus the Scot, being a priest and a Iesuit, with a reply vnto it. Written first in the Latine tongue by the reuerend and faithfull seruant of Christ and his Church, William Whitakers, Doctor in Diuinitie, and the Kings Professor and publike reader of Diuinitie in the Vniuersitie of Cambridge. And now faithfully translated for the benefit of the vnlearned (at the appointment and desire of some in authoritie) into the English tongue; by Richard Stocke, preacher in London. ...
Whitbie, Oliver. / [1637] Londons returne, after the decrease of the sicknes in a sermon (appointed for the Crosse) but preached in St. Pauls Church. Ianuary 8. 1637. By O.W. p.
Whitbread, Thomas, 1618-1679. / [1679] M. Whitebread's contemplations during his confinement in Newgate
Whitby, Daniel, 1638-1726. / [1688-89] A treatise of traditions ...
Whitby, Daniel, 1638-1726. / [1685] Three sermons preach'd at Salisbury the first, A.D. 1680, and again before the militia, at their going against the late Duke of Monmouth ... the second preach'd before the Right Reverend Father in God, Seth, Lord Bishop of Sarum, A.D. 1681 ... the third, preach'd A.D. 1683, at the election of the mayor ... / by Daniel Whitby.
Whitby, Daniel, 1638-1726. / [1679] A sermon in confutation of R. H. the author of The guide in controversies Shewing that his most plausible arguments produced against Protestants, do more effectually conclude for Judaism against Christianity. By Daniel Whitby, D.D. chantor of the church of Sarum.
Whitby, Daniel, 1638-1726. / [1664] Romish doctrines not from the beginning, or, A reply to what S.C. (or Serenus Cressy) a Roman Catholick hath returned to Dr. Pierces sermon preached before His Majesty at Whitehall, Feb. 1 1662 in vindication of our church against the novelties of Rome / by Daniel Whitbie ...
Whitby, Daniel, 1638-1726. / [1683] The Protestant reconciler. Part II earnestly perswading the dissenting laity to joyn in full communion with The Church of England, and answering all the objections of the non-conformists against the lawfulness of their submission unto the rites and constitutions of that church / by a well-wisher to the churches peace, and a lamenter of her sad divisions.
Whitby, Daniel, 1638-1726. / [M.DCC. 1700] A paraphrase and commentary upon all the epistles of the New Testament By Daniel Whitby, D.D. and chantor of the church of Sarum.
Whitby, Daniel, 1638-1726. / [1690] An historical account of some things relating to the nature of the English government and the conceptions which our fore-fathers had of it with some inferences thence made for the satisfaction of those who scruple the Oath of allegiance to King William and Queen Mary.
Whitby, Daniel, 1638-1726. / [1687] The fallibility of the Roman Church demonstrated from the manifest error of the 2d Nicene & Trent Councils, which assert that the veneration and honorary worship of images is a tradition primitive and apostolical.
Whitby, Daniel, 1638-1726. / [1666] Dos pou sto, or, An answer to Sure footing, so far as Mr. Whitby is concerned in it wherein the rule and guide of faith, the interest of reason, and the authority of the church in matters of faith, are fully handled and vindicated, from the exceptions of Mr. Serjeant, and petty flirts of Fiat lux : together with An answer to five questions propounded by a Roman Catholick / by Daniel Whitby ...
Whitby, Daniel, 1638-1726. / [1674] A discourse concerning the idolatry of the Church of Rome wherein that charge is justified, and the pretended refutation of Dr. Stillingfleet's discourse is answered / by Daniel Whitby ...
Whitby, Daniel, 1638-1726. / [MDCLXXXVIII. 1688] A demonstration that the Church of Rome, and her councils have erred by shewing, that the councils of Constance, Basil, and Trent, have, in all their decrees touching communion in one kind, contradicted the received doctrine of the Church of Christ. With an appendix, in answer to the XXI. chapter of the author of A papist misrepresented, and represented.
Whitby, Daniel, 1638-1726. / [MDCLXXXIX 1689] Considerations humbly offered for taking the oath of allegiance to King William and Queen Mary
Whitby, Daniel, 1638-1726. / [M DC LXXI 1671] Aonoz tez kisteōz, or, An endeavour to evince the certainty of Christian faith in generall and of the resurrection of Christ in particular / by Daniel Whitbie, chaplain to the Right Reverend Father in God, Seth, Lord Bishop of Sarum ...
Whitby, Daniel, 1638-1726. / [1679] The absurdity and idolatry of host-worship proved, by shewing how it answers what is said in scripture and the writtings of the fathers, to shew the folly and idolatry committed in the worship of heathen deities : also a full answer to all those pleas by which papists would wipe off the charge of idolatry, and an appendix against transubstantiation, with some reflexions on a late popish book called The guide in controversies / by Daniel Whitby ...
Whitby, Daniel, b. 1609 or 10. / [1644] The vindication of a true Protestant, and faithfull servant to his church, Daniel Whitby, rector of Thoyden-Mount in Essex. From articles exhibited against him in the exchequer-chamber at Westminster, by a few schismaticall, tempestuous, illiterate heedlesse people: together with a sermon preached at Rumford the last visitation in Essex, in defence of the liturgie of the Church of England, which is most objected in these articles.
Whitcombe, Robert. / [1677] Janua divorum, or, The lives and histories of the heathen gods, goddesses & demi-gods with divine and moral observations upon their most remarkable actions, adorned with 25 copper cuts proper to each deity, and put into verse / by Robert Whitcombe.
Whitcombe, William. / [1689] An essay to promote virtue by example in a collection of excellent sayings (divine and moral) of devout & learned men, in all ages, from the apostles time, to this present year, 1689 / By William Whitcombe, gent.
White, Anthony, 1588 or 9-1648. / [1628] Truth and error discouered in two sermons in St Maries in Oxford. By Antony White Master of Arts of Corpus Christi Colledge in Oxford.
White, Christopher, d. 1637. / [1622] A sermon preached in Christ-Church in Oxford, the 12. day of May 1622. By Christopher White, Batchelour of Diuinity, and student of Christ-Church.
White, Elizabeth, d. 1669. / [Anno Dom. 1698] The experiences of God's gracious dealing with Mrs. Elizabeth White, late wife of Mr. Thomas White of Coldecot in the county of Bucks. / As they were written under her own hand, and found in her closet after her decease, she dying in child-bed, Decemb. 5. 1669.
White, Francis, 1564?-1638. / [1635.] A treatise of the Sabbath-day. Containing, a defence of the orthodoxall doctrine of the Church of England, against sabbatarian-novelty. / By Dr. Fr. White, L. bishop of Ely..
White, Francis, 1564?-1638. / [1617] The orthodox faith and vvay to the Church explaned and iustified in answer to a popish treatise, entituled, White died blacke; wherein T.W. p. in his triple accusation of D. White for impostures, vntruths, and absurd illations, is proued a trifler: and the present controuersies betweene vs and the Romanists are more fully deliuered and cleared. By Francis White Bachelour in Diuinitie, and elder brother of Doctor Iohn White.
White, Francis, 1564?-1638. / [1637] An examination and confutation of a lawlesse pamphlet, intituled, A briefe answer to a late treatise of the Sabbath-day: digested dialogue-wise betweene two divines, A and B. By Dr. Fr. White, L. Bishop of Ely
White, Francis, b. 1588 or 9. / [1619] Londons vvarning, by Ierusalem A sermon preached at Pauls Crosse on Mid-Lent Sunday last. By Francis White, Mr. of Arts, and sometime of Magdalene Colledge in Oxford.
White, Francis, d. 1657. / [1652] For the sacred lavv of the land. By Francis Whyte.
White, Francis, d. 1657. / [Printed in the yeare. 1647] The copy of a letter sent to his Excellencie Sir Thomas Fairfax.: VVith an account to the officers of the Generalls regiment, intended for satisfaction to their demands. Likewise seaven heads which are presented to the Generall by some officers of the regiment, and some other particulars in relation thereunto published. / By Francis White, Maior of the Generalls regiment of foot.
White, Francis, d. 1657. / [1649] The copies of severall letters contrary to the opinion of the present powers, presented to the Lord Gen. Fairfax, and Lieut. Gen. Cromwell.: By Francis White, Maior of his Excellencies regiment of foot.
White, George. / [168-?] There was a paper published on Friday last entituled Considerations humbly tender'd concerning the East-India-Company and the design of it is to offer some arguments for continuing the said company under the present charter and management.
White, George. / [1689] Reflections on a scandalous paper, entituled, The answer of the East-India-Company to two printed papers of Mr. Samuel White together with the true character of Francis Davenport the said Company's historyographer, detecting some of the villanies he has been guilty of in several parts of the world, and proving the pamphlet now publish'd by the foresaid company in his name to be a malicious forgery, under attestations of sundry credible persons, humbly presented to the Honourable the Knights, citizens, and burgesses in Parliaments assembled / by George White.
White, George. / [printed, 1689] [A] letter to Mr Nathaniel Tenche in ansvver to a paper publish'd by him, entitul'd, Animadversions upon Mr. George White's reflection on the answer of the East-India-Company, to Mr. Samuel White's two papers; wherein the arbitrary violences committed by the said company on the lives and estates of their fellow-subjects and strangers; together with the present sad condition of their affairs in India, are occasionally intimated.
White, George. / [MDCXCI 1691] An account of the trade to the East Indies together with the state of the present company, and the best method for establishing and managing that trade to the honor and advantage of the nation / written by Mr. George White, of London, merchant ...
White, George, d. 1724. / [Anno Dom. 1700] D. D. An advertisement, anent the reading of the books of Antonia Borignion By George White minister at Mary-Culter near Aberdeen.
White, Henry, 1593 or 4-1661. / [in the year, 1660] Thysia 'aineseōs, or A thank-offering to the Lord for the happy recal of our dread soveraign Charles, by the grace of God, King of England, Scotland, France, and Ireland, defender of the faith, &c. to his kingdoms and people. God save King Charles the II.
White, John, 1570-1615. / [1608] The way to the true church wherein the principall motiues perswading according to Romanisme and questions touching the nature and authoritie of the church and scriptures, are familiarly disputed, and driuen to their issues, where, this day they sticke betweene the Papists and vs: contriued into an answer to a popish discourse concerning the rule of faith and the marks of the church. And published to admonish such as decline to papistrie of the weake and vncertaine grounds, whereupon they haue ventured their soules. Directed to all that seeke for resolution: and especially to his louing countrimen of Lancashire. By Iohn White minister of Gods word at Eccles. For the finding out of the matter and questions handled, there are three tables: two in the beginning, and one in the end of the booke.
White, John, 1570-1615. / [1615] Two sermons the former deliuered at Pauls Crosse the foure and twentieth of March, 1615. being the anniuersarie commemoration of the Kings most happie succession in the Crowne of England. The latter at the Spittle on Monday in Easter weeke, 1613. By Iohn VVhite D.D.
White, John, 1570-1615. / [1612] English paradise Discouered in the Latine prospect of Iacobs blessing. Preached at S. Buttolphs without Aldersgate at London, on the holy Sabboth commonly called Trinitie Sunday, in that ioifull season of the festiuall solemnities for the blessed creation of the most gracious Prince of Wales.
White, John, 1570-1615. / [1614] A defence of the Way to the true Church against A.D. his reply Wherein the motives leading to papistry, and questions, touching the rule of faith, the authoritie of the Church, the succession of the truth, and the beginning of Romish innouations: are handled and fully disputed. By Iohn White Doctor of Diuinity, sometime of Gunwell and Caius Coll. in Cambridge.
White, John, 1575-1648. / [1647] A vvay to the tree of life discovered in sundry directions for the profitable reading of the Scriptvres : wherein is described occasionally the nature of a spirituall man, and, in A digression, the morality and perpetuity of the Fourth Commandment in every circumstance thereof, is discovered and cleared / by Iohn White ...
White, John, 1575-1648. / [1646] The troubles of Jerusalems restauration, or, The churches reformation represented in a sermon preached before the Right Honorable House of Lords, in the Abby Church Westminster, Novemb. 26, 1645 / by John White ...
White, John, 1575-1648. / [Printed in the yeare, 1648] A sermon preached at Dorchester in the county of Dorcet,: at the generall assizes held the 7. of March, 1632. / By John White of Dorchester, rector of the Church of the Holy Trinity.
White, John, 1575-1648. / [1656] A commentary upon the three first chapters of the first book of Moses called Genesis by John White.
White, John, 1590-1645. / [1641] A speech of Mr. Iohn White counsellor at law, made in the Commons House of Parliament concerning episcopacy.:
White, John, 1590-1645. / [M.DC.XLIII.1643] The first centvry of scandalous, malignant priests, made and admitted into benefices by the prelates, in whose hands the ordination of ministers and government of the church hath been. Or, A narration of the causes for which the Parliament hath ordered the sequestration of the benefices of severall ministers complained of before them, for vitiousnesse of life, errors in doctrine, contrary to the articles of our religion, and for practising and pressing superstitious innovations against law, and for malignancy against the Parliament. It is ordered this seventeenth day of November, 1643. by the Committee of the House of Commons in Parliament concerning printing, that this booke intituled, [The first century of scandalous, malignant priests, &c.] be printed by George Miller.
White, John, d. 1671. / [1651] A rich cabinet, with variety of inventions; unlock'd and opened, for the recreation of ingenious spirits at their vacant houres Being receits and conceits of severall natures, and fit for those who are lovers of naturall and artificiall conclusions. Whereunto is added variety of recreative fire-works, both for land, aire, and water. Also fire works of service, for sea and shore, very fitting for these warlike times of action. Collected by J.W. a lover of artificiall conclusions.
White, John, d. 1671. / [1688] Arts treasury: or, A profitable and pleasing invitation to the lovers of ingenuity Contained in many extraordinary experiments, rareties, and curious inventions. In two parts. Part I. Containing the mystery of dying cloths, silks stuffs, hair, feather, bone, horn, ivory, leather, &c. ... Part II. Containing the quality, generation and product of metals and minerals, natural and artificial; directions to harden or soften them for use. ...
White, John, d. 1671. / [1687?] The art of ringing. [etc. ; pt 2: Artificial fireworks; and The art of gardening] giving exact rules for ringing all sorts of plain changes and cross peals, with directions for pricking; also how to hang bells, with easie directions for every thing which necessarily belongs to that art. Also Artificial fireworks; being directions to order and make moulds, ... rockets, fisgigs, and other curiosities too tedious to mention likewise The art of gardening: giving an account of the tools, or instruments necessary therein; and also what is to be done every month in the year; as likewise how to order cattle, orchards and hop-gardens, &c. To which is added, an excellent receipt to make a valuable liquor agreeable to all constitutions. By J. White, gent.
White, John, d. 1671. / [1687?] The art of ringing. [etc. ; pt 1: the art of ringing (only)] giving exact rules for ringing all sorts of plain changes and cross peals, with directions for pricking; also how to hang bells, with easie directions for every thing which necessarily belongs to that art. Also Artificial fireworks; being directions to order and make moulds, ... rockets, fisgigs, and other curiosities too tedious to mention likewise The art of gardening: giving an account of the tools, or instruments necessary therein; and also what is to be done every month in the year; as likewise how to order cattle, orchards and hop-gardens, &c. To which is added, an excellent receipt to make a valuable liquor agreeable to all constitutions. By J. White, gent.
White, John, warder of the Tower. / [1646] Iohn White's defence.: In the behalfe of himself, his honoured commander, the lieutenant of the Tower and the other his fellow warders. Against a lying and slanderous pamphlet written by Iohn Lilburne, and intitled Liberty vindicated against slavery. The author of which pamphlet, is here reprehended for his slandering, taxed for his libelling, and incited (the spirit of disaffection abandoned.) to submit himselfe to his rulers, [brace] as he is commanded. To live in unity with his fellow commanders, [brace] as he ought.
White, Law. / [1700?] The charitable farmer of Somersetshire: or, God's great and vvonderful vvork. Being a true relation of an honest, godly man, that lived at Welling, within three mile of the city of Wells, which sold his wheat to poor people at six shillings a bushel, when the market price was ten and eleven shillings, for which he was much derided and scoft at, by his rich neighbours: but was recompenced by an extraordinary crap [sic] of wheat, like never before heard of, each stolk of straw, having divers full large ears, some seven, some eight, nine, and ten, so to thirteen, but generally ten ears on every straw throughout the field, which was ten acres and upwards, of which, divers ears are to be seen at divers coffee-houses in the city of London. Likewise a pattern of all covetous greedy-minded men, to be charitable unto their poor neighbours, from the consideration of so remarkable an example. / By Law. White.
White, Nathaniel, 17th cent. / [1645] The pastors charge and cure, or, A sermon first preached in Latine at Oxford and afterwards translated by the author the preaching of which created the author much trouble, and in the winding up of all, suspension from his ministery, and thereupon inforcement to leave his native countrey / by Nath. White, pastor of a congregation at summer islands.
White, Peter, Master of attendance in the Navy. / [1649] A memorable sea-fight penned and preserved by Peter VVhite one of the IIII. masters of attendance in Englands navie. (Never before now,) published for the good of Englands common-wealth, by Andrevves Burrell. Gent. Or, a narrative of all the principall passages which were trans-acted in the Downes, in the year, 1639. betweene Antonio Oquendo, Admirall of the Spanish Armado, and Martin Van Tromp, Admirall for the states of Holland. Wherein (by a similary illustration) Englands (present) sluggish navie is proved to be unservicable, and in a like condition with the Spanish fleet.
White, Peter, Vicar of Eaton Socon. / [1581] A godlye and fruitefull sermon against idolatrie vvherein the foolishe distinctions and false interpretations of the seconde commandement, and other scriptures pretended by the Papists, are plainly and fully confuted: preached the .xv. daye of Ianuarie. 1581. in the parrishe church of Eaton Sooken, within the countie of Bedforde, by P.W. minister and preacher in that place.
White, Peter, Vicar of Eaton Socon. / [1582] An ansvveare vnto certaine crabbed questions pretending a reall presence of Christ in the Sacramente: latelie propounded by some secret papist, to the great troubling of the consciences of the simple, together with a discouerie of the Jesuiticall opinion of justification, guilefully vttered by Sherwyne at the time of his execution. Gathered and set foorth by Peter Whyte, very necessary & profitable for this dangerous time.
White, Richard, b. 1636. / [1693] The reward of Christian patience as it was discover'd in a sermon preached at the funeral of Mr. Tho. Badland, a nonconforming minister at Kedderminster / by R. White ...
White, Richard, b. 1636. / [1694] The church's security in the midst of all difficulties and dangers explain'd and asserted in a sermon preacht upon the 5th of November last, upon those words of Numb. 23, 23 / by R.W., B.D., and minister of Kedarminster in the county of Worcester.
White, Samuel, ca. 1650-1689. / [1688?] A true account of the passages at Mergen in the kingdom of Syam after Captain Anthony Weltden arrived at that port in the Curtana frigat, for account of the East India Company / humbly presented to the honourable the knights, citizens, and burgesses in Parliament assembled, by Samuel White.
White, Samuel, ca. 1650-1689. / [1687] A letter from Mr. Samuel White, to his brother in London, dated in Siam, Sept. 20, 1686 giving a full account of the late rebellion made by the people of Macasser, inhabiting in that country, which ended with the death of all the rebells, who were totally destroy'd by the kings forces assisted by some Europeans of several nations, amongst whom Capt. Henry Udall and some others of our countrymen most unhappily lost their lives.
White, Samuel, ca. 1650-1689. / [168-?] The case of Samuel White humbly presented to the honourable, the knights, citizens, and burgesses, in Parliament assembled.
White, Samuel, ca. 1650-1689. / [1689?] An account of the articles drawn up here in England by the East-India-Company against the king of Siam and remitted to their servants in India as a just ground to make war on that prince : together with a full answer to every particular as 'twas prepar'd to have been address'd to the honourable the knights, citizens and burgesses in Parliament assembled / by Samuel White ; and is now most humbly presented to their judicious consideration by his brother George White.
White, Thomas, minister of St. Anne's, Aldersgate. / [MDCLIV. 1654, i.e. 1653] Pantheologia or the summe of practical divinity practiz'd in the wilderness, and delivered by our Saviour in his Sermon on the Mount. Being observations upon the fourth, fifth, sixth, and seventh chapters of St Matthew. To which is prefixed a prolegomena or preface by way of dialogue, wherein the perfection and perspicuity of the Scripture is vindicated from the calumnies of Anabaptists and Papists. By Tho. White B.L. minister of Gods word at Anne Aldersgate, London.
White, Thomas, Presbyterian minister in London. / [1658] A treatise of the power of godlinesse: consisting of three parts. 1 wherein it consists. 2 cautions against, and discoveries of, several mistakes and hinderances, most common to the people of God. 3 several means and helps for attaining of it. / By Thomas White, preacher of Gods Word in London.
White, Thomas, Presbyterian minister in London. / [1655 May 28.1655. Imprimatur, Edm. Calamy] A method and instructions for the art of divine meditation, with instances of the severall kindes of solemne meditation. / By Thomas White minister of Gods word in London.
White, Will. (William), merchant. / [1662] The rarities of Russia with the interest of England in point of trade with that country which occasioned the magnificent entertainments of the Russian ambassadours, 1. by Queen Elizabeth, anno 1589, 2. by King James, November 5, 1617, 3. by King Charles the Second, 1662, which are here described / by Will. White merchant.
Whitebrook, A. / [1683?] A true copy of a letter from an English gentleman in the Emperour's army, to an English officer in Holland concerning the total rout of the Turks by the united forces of the Christians, commanded in person by the Emperour, the King of Poland, and Duke of Lorain.
Whitefoote, John, 1610-1699. / [1695] A discourse upon I Peter IV., VIII wherein the power and efficacy of charity as it is a means to procure the pardon of sin is explained and vindicated / by John Whitefoot.
Whitehall, John, fl. 1679-1685. / [1685] Miscellaneous poems with some remarks on the death of King Charles the II, and the happy succession of King James the II, in a poem to the magistracy of England / by John Whitehall.
Whitehead, Anne, 1624-1686. / [1680?] An epistle for true love, unity, and order in the Church of Christ against the spirit of discord, disorder and confusion &c. : recommended to friends in truth chiefly for the sake of the weak and unstable minded for information and encouragement in our Christian unity and society, held in the spirit of Christ both in faith and practice / by two servants of the Church according to our measures, Anne Whitehead, Mary Elson.
Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723. / [1659] The voice of wisdome, uttered forth against antichrists folly and deceits, and the freeness of Gods love to the creature, and the effects of his righteousnesse in his people truly discovered. ... and this is in answer to a book, falsly titled The Quakers folly made manifest to all men. Given forth by Tho. Danson, a priest at Sandwich in Kent ... / By a friend to them that regard true instruction, and a witness of Christs righteousnesse, George Whitehead.
Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723. / [1699] Truth and innocency vindicated and the people called Quakers defended in principle and practice, against invidious attempts and calumnies, being a just examination of two books against the said people, entituled, I. examined by G. Whitehead ...
Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723. / [1659] The seed of Israels redemption, fully prophesied of, (and the scriptures opened,) which now is about to be fulfilled by its saviour and redeemer, whom God hath now raised up for an ensigne to the nations ... / From a witnesse of Gods salvation ... George Whitehead.
Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723. / [1693] A seasonable and Christian caution against the provoking sin of pride and other manifest evils, and of the judgements threatned because thereof,: compassionately tendered to the inhabitants of London, and elsewhere concerned as a warning to repentence. / [by] G.W.
Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723. / [Printed in the Year 1679] The real Quaker a real Protestant, and the spirit of popery directly struck at in answer to a most malicious and scandalous book, entituled, The papists younger brother, by a disguised author under the titles Misoplanes and Philalethes, but on the contrary proved Philoplanes, Misalethes / by a servant of Christ, G. Whitehead.
Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723. / [1660] The Quakers no deceivers, or, The management of an unjust charge against them confuted. Being a brief return to a pamphlet, intituled, The Quakers proved deceivers ... by John Horne ... / by one who is counted a deceiver, yet true, George Whitehead.
Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723. / [1656] Jacob found in a desert land: or, A recovery of the lost out of the loss (truly manifested;) wherein is discovered the work of the Lord in the creature, and how I travelled through the night of thick darkness, which hath over spread the whole world; and of my deliverance out of darkness into the true Light and truth: wherein is witness my heavenly call into the ministry of the everlasting truth. / Given forth for the everlasting name of the Lord sake, and for their sakes, who desire to know the truth, and how I came into the truth; that they that can believe it may receive some satisfaction, (out of which all despisers and unbelievers are excluded.) By a witness of the same in life and testimony, who am a sufferer for the pure seed sake, who am known to the sons of men by the name of George Whitehead; in contempt, by the generation of despisers, called, a Quaker. With a few words to them who have any desires left in them to know the truth, whether they be in forms of profession, or out of forms, that they may see themselves, and return from their evil. Also a voyce of the thunder of the Lord from his holy temple, uttered forth to the inhabitants of the earth, who are in the Army of the Dragon (whether rulers, teachers or people.).
Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723. / [1656] The grovnds and cavses of our sufferings related in short:: who suffer by the cruelty of oppressors, in Edmonds-bury Goal in Suffolk.
Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723. / [1700] A few positions of the sincere belief and Christian doctrine of the people of God called Quakers (to obviate misrepresentations and calumnies about the same.): Being inserted as an appendix to a book, entituled, A sober expostulation with some of the clergy, &c.
Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723. / [1698] A few positions of the sincere belief and Christian doctrine of the people of God called Quakers (to obviate misrepresentations and calumnies about the same.): Being inserted as an appendix to a book, entitled, A sober expostulation with some of the clergy, &c.
Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723. / [1691] The contentious apostate re-charged. Also an answer to the vicar of Milden-Hall's challenge.
Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723. / [Printed in the year, 1693] The Christianity of the people commonly called Quakers, asserted against the unjust charge of their being no Christians, upon several questions relating to these matters, wherein their Christian belief is questioned.
Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723. / [1690] Christian reprehension of confusion, ranterism, cruelty, and opposition to spiritual order and Christian liberty in brief reflections first on a conceited pamphlet untruly stiled Spiritual order and Christian liberty proved consistent in the Churches of Christ, and impositions upon the consciences of believers &c. found antichristian and destructive to both, signed R.G. : secondly on A brief history of the rise, growth, reign, supports, and suddain fatal foil of popery, and description of six popish pillars, by a hidden author / by G.W. and S.C.
Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723. / [1693] The Christian doctrin [sic] and society of the people called Quakers; cleared from the reproach of the late division of a few in some part of America, as not being justly chargeable upon the body of the said people there or elsewhere.
Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723. / [1693] A charitable essay, in order to allay the outrage of a contentious apostate inverting his error (from true Christian faith and charity) upon him, in his book, falsly stiled, New Rome unmask'd, &c.
Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723. / [1692] The cause and prevention of great calamities national and personal: demonstrated, and recommended to the consciences of all concerned; especially keepers of taverns, inns, and other houses of entertainment, to read and consider in the fear of the all-seeing God. / [by] G.W.
Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723. / [1655] Cain's generation discover'd.: In ansvver to an epistle directed to the reader, in a book titled, A short and full vindication of that svveet and comfortable ordinance, of singing of Psalms. Put forth by one Jonathan Clapham, vvho calls himself M.A. and minister of Christ in VVramplingham in Norffolk; wherein he is found in envy, in Cain's way, in his false accusations and fierce despising and envious railing against the innocent, which is answered by me whose name in the flesh is George VVhitehead, who am one of them who are called Quakers, ... and wee having answered before six of his chief arguments for singing Psalms, which are answered in that book called, Davids enemies discovered, which this priest Clapham durst not answer nor reply to; therefore he makes excuse to the reader, that we left out some of his arguments, for the which cause I am moved further to answer to some of his arguments concerning singing, ...
Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723. / [1660] A brief account of the illegal proceedings and sinful doctrines of James Bedford priest of Blunsome and Earith in Huntington shire, who by many hath been esteemed eminent, and above all the priests in the Isle of Ely for his opposing the people called Quakers. This is to discover his fruits and doctrines both to rulers, priests and people ... so mark the following account, which is as it was certified from the hands of some of the sufferers hereafter mentioned, who are known to be credible and honest men.
Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723. / [1692] Antichrist in flesh unmask'd, the Quakers Christianity vindicated, from the malicious and injurious attempts of [brace] Edward Paye, William Alcott, & Henry Loader, in their late defaming confused book falsly styled, Antichrist in spirit unmask'd, or Quakerism a great delusion, wherein their causeless outrage, folly and falshood are deservedly exposed.
Whitehead, John, 1630-1696. / [1660] This to the King and his councel something in answer to an order made by the House of Lords for the breaking up of the meetings of the people of God in scorn called Quakers ...
Whitehead, John, 1630-1696. / [1656] A reproof from the Lord declared by the movings of his Spirit to certain professors, whose habitations is in and about Hull and Beverley, who take delight in approaching to God, and to know his wayes, as a people that did righteousness, and yet seeks to limit him, and stumbles at this light, in which the knowledge of his wayes is received: with an admonition to all to beware of the leaven of the Pharisees, which is hypocrisie, who for a pretence, make long prayers, whilest iniquity is regarded in the heart, and disobedience lived in, lest you receive greater damnation. As also, an invitation to all, who are groaping in the dark, to own the light in which the pearl is found, which gives strength against sin, and rest to the soul; published for the information of such as desire to know the truth, and would enter into the kingdom, were they not deceived by the sleights of men, who shut up the way, and will neither enter themselves, nor suffer those that would go on, that you may try all things, and hold fast tha
Whitehead, John, 1630-1696. / [1662] A manifestation of truth ... writ in answer to a book which a nameless author hath written against the people called Quakers : wherein is contained divers untruths and hard speeches tending to beget jealousies and evil thoughts of them who are known to be harmless and innocent ... : also the truth of those things which they believe and practice ... is declared / by John Whitehead.
Whitehead, John, 1630-1696. / [1682] A general epistle to be read amongst friends in all their meetings
Whitehead, John, 1630-1696. / [1662] For the vineyard of the Lord of hosts to be read in their meetings : the breathings of a prisoner for the testimony of Jesus, who in the deep hath seen the afflictions of his people, and cannot hide his praise who support them, nor-with-hold his complaint because of the hardness of mens hearts, but cryes unto the Lord God of righteous judgment, for the deliverance of his own people : with a few words of exhortation and advice, given forth as a testimony of my dearest love to the whole seed of God, because I cannot otherwise communicate it in this time of my restraint, I have been the more large, that I may be refreshed with you, and you with me, in the overflowing fountain of our life / by John Whitehead.
Whitehead, John, 1630-1696. / [1662?] An expostulation with the bishops, so called, in England concerning their jurisdiction over the people of God, called Quakers : with a few wholesom words of exhortation and advice, tending to unite them and us in one true spiritual worship.
Whitehead, John, 1630-1696. / [1662?] An expostulation with the bishops in England concerning their jurisdiction over the people of God, called Quakers : with a few wholesom words of exhortation and advice tending to unite them and us in one true spiritual worship.
Whitehead, John, 1630-1696. / [1662] The case of such professors as have known the way of truth, and are turned aside from its holy testimony to save themselves, opened and lamented : with some wholsome warnings and admonitions, tending to restore and turn them again to the Lord, that they may be saved by him, both from the evil of sin and punishment.
Whitehouse, John, fl. 1662-1663. / [1662] A few words by way of query to the teachers, and professors, called Presbyterians and Independents with a word of prophesie, in verse : also a word of exhortation and warning of love to them to haste out of Babylon, the mystery of iniquity, into Sion, the City of Holinesse : with a word at last to those that were persecutors / written by ... John Whithowse.
Whitehouse, John, fl. 1662-1663. / [1663] The doctrine of perfection vindicated by way of answer to some objecting reasons frequently used by them that plead for sin in this life ... with some wholesome exhortation ... shewing plainly how it is agreeable with what is signified in the Scripture and the light within ... : something likeways expressed concerning bread and wine : also some wholsome directions to stir up young people to seek after their Creator in the days of their youth / written by one who breathes to God for the redemption of the seed that lies yet in the house of bondage bound by the cords of iniquity, J.W.
Whitelocke, James, Sir, 1570-1632. / [1658. i.e. 1659] The rights of the people concerning impositions, stated in a learned argument; with a remonstrance presented to the Kings most excellent Majesty, by the Honorable House of Commons, in the Parliament, An. Dom. 1610. Annoq; Regis Jac. 7. / By a late eminent judge of this nation.
Whitelocke, James, Sir, 1570-1632. / [1641] A learned and necessary argument to prove that each subject hath a propriety in his goods shewing also the extent of the kings prerogative in impositions upon the goods of merchants exported and imported out of and into this kingdome : together with a remonstrance presented to the Kings Most Excellent Majesty by the Honourable House of Commons in the Parliament holden anno dom. 1610, annoq[ue] regis Jacobi, 7 / by a late learned judge of this kingdome.
Whitfeld, Raphe. / [1661] A brief relation of the just and undeniable title of Alphonso the Sixth, King of Portugal, now reigning, 1661. Warranted by the fundamental laws of that nation. / by Raph Whitfeld, Gent.
Whitfeld, William, 1658-1717. / [1698] A discourse of the necessity of Revelation and an holy life deliver'd in a visitation-sermon at Guilford, October 7, 1697 / by William Whitfeld.
Whitfeld, William, 1658-1717. / [1698] A discourse of the duty of shewing forth a good example in our lives deliver'd in a sermon at St. Mary le Bow Church, March the 28th, 1698 / by William Whitfeld ...
Whitfield, Henry, 1597-1660? / [1634] Some helpes to stirre up to Christian duties Wherein is explained the nature of the dnty [sic] of stirring vp ourselves. Instances are given in the most necessary Christian duties. Some questions about this subiect are profitably resolved. By Henry Whitfeld B D. preacher of Gods word, at Ockley in Surrey
Whitfield, John, 1630 or 31-1705. / [1682] The dreadfulness of the sin of despising dominion and speaking evil of dignities represented in a sermon preached before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor, and Court of Aldermen, at the Guild-Hall chappel, July 30, 1682 / by John Whitfeld ...
Whitfield, Thomas, Minister of the Gospel. / [1657] A vindication of the doctrine of Gods absolute decree and of Christs absolute and special redemption. In way of answer to those objections that are brought against them by Mr. Tho: Pierce, in his treatise, entituled, The divine philanthropy. By Tho: Whitfeld, minister of the gospel.
Whitfield, Thomas, Minister of the Gospel. / [1653] A treatise tending to shew that the just and holy God, may have a hand in the unjust actions of sinfull men: and that in such a way as shall be without any impeachment of his justnesse and holinesse, or diminution of his power and providence. By Thomas Whitfield minister of the Gospel.
Whitfield, Thomas, Minister of the Gospel. / [1651] The extent of divine providence: or, A treatise tending to shew that the just and holy God, may have a hand in the unjust actions of sinfull men: and that in such a way as shall be without any impeachment of his justnesse and holinesse, or diminution of his power and providence. / By Thomas Whitfield minister of the Gospel.
Whitfield, Thomas, Minister of the Gospel. / [1652 i.e. 1651] The doctrines of the Arminians & Pelagians truly stated and clearly answered: or, An examination and confutation of their ancient errors, which by the Church of Christ in former ages were justly abhorred, but of late under the names of Comfortable truths to be embraced are newly published. Concerning I. The universality of Gods free-grace in Christ to mankind. II. Concerning election. III. Redemption. IV. Conversion. V. Perserverance. Wherein the principal arguments brought to maintaine the orthodox faith are propounded, and the principal objections against them answered. / By Thomas Whitfield, minister of the gospel at Bugbrook in Northampton-shire. The Tares of Arminian heresie showed in former times (and by the help of prelatical influence then given to them increasing) and now growing up so much in these; I conceive this book wherein the author doth learnedly state and confute those opinions, is very worthy the publike light. Joseph Caryll.
Whitford, Richard, fl. 1495-1555? / [Anno domini. M.CCCCC.XLi. 1541] Here followeth dyuers holy instrucyons and teachynges very necessarye for the helth of mannes soule, newly made and set forth by a late brother of Syon Rychard whitforde.
Whitford, Richard, fl. 1495-1555? / [In the yere of our lorde god a thousande fyue hondred and. xxxii. 1532 the xxiii. day of Marche] Here begynneth the boke called the Pype, or tonne, of the lyfe of perfection The reason or cause wherof dothe playnely appere in the processe.
Whitford, Richard, fl. 1495-1555? / [the xxiii daye of Nouember, in the yere of our Lorde God, M.CCCCC. and xxx. 23 Nov. 1530] Here begynneth a goodly treatyse, and it is called, A notable lesson, otherwyse it is called The golden pystle
Whitford, Richard, fl. 1495-1555? / [M.CCCCC.&xxxvii 1537] A dialoge or co[m]municacion bytwene the curate or ghostly father, & the parochiane or ghostly chyld, for a due preparacion vnto howselynge ; The werke for housholders w[ith] the golden pystle and alphabete or a crosrowe called an A.B.C.
Whitford, Richard, fl. 1495-1555? / [Anno M.CCCCC. et xxxvii. 1537] A dayly exercyse and experyence of dethe, gathered and set forth, by a brother of Syon Rycharde Whytforde
Whitgrave, Thomas, fl. 1651. / [1688] A summary of occurrences, relating to the miraculous preservation of our late sovereign lord King Charles II. after the defeat of his army at Worcester in the year 1651 faithfully taken from the express personal testimony of those two worthy Roman Catholics, Thomas Whitgrave ... and Mr. John Hudleston priest ... the eminent instruments under God of the same preservation ...
Whiting, Giles. / [1593.] Short questions and answeres to be learned of such as be ignorant, before they be admitted to the Lords Supper. Whereunto are added certaine obseruations necessarie to be vsed of euerie Christian. / By Giles Whiting..
Whiting, Nathaneel, 1617?-1682. / [1659] The saints dangers, deliverances, and duties personall, and nationall practically improved in severall sermons on Psalm 94. ver. 17. useful, and seasonable for these times of triall / by Nathanael Whiting ...
Whiting, Nathaneel, 1617?-1682. / [1659] Old Jacobs altar newly repaired, or, The saints triangle of dangers, deliverances and duties, personal and national, practically improved in many particulars, seasonable and experimental being the answer of his own heart to God for eminent preservations, humbly recommended by way of teaching unto all ... / by Nathaneel Whiting.
Whiting, Nathaneel, 1617?-1682. / [1639] The most pleasante historie, of Albino and Bellama A poeme. To which is annexed the vindication of poesie. by N.W.
Whiting, Nathaneel, 1617?-1682. / [1637] Le hore di recreatione: or, The pleasant historie of Albino and Bellama. Discovering the severall changes of fortune, in Cupids journey to Hymens joyes. To which is annexed, il insonio insonadado, or a sleeping-waking dreame, vindicating the divine breath of poesie from the tongue-lashes of some cynical poet-quippers, and stoicall philo-prosers. By N.W. Master in Arts, of Queenes Colledge in Cambridge.
Whiting, Nathaneel, 1617?-1682. / [1662] The art of divine improvement, or, The Christian instructed how to make a right use of [brace] duties, dangers, deliverances both as they concern himself and others : opened and applied in several sermons / by Nathaniel Whiting ...
Whiting, Samuel, 1597-1679. / [1664] A discourse of the Last Judgement, or, Short notes upon Mat. XXV. from Ver. 31 to the end of the chapter concerning the judgement to come, and our preparation to stand before the great judge of quick and dead : which are of sweetest comfort to the elect sheep and of most dreadful amazement and terrour to reprobate goats : and do concern all to think seriously upon, that they may look the judge in the face with comfort in the great day of his appearing / by Samuel Whiting ...
Whiting, Samuel, 1597-1679. / [1666] Abraham's humble intercession for Sodom, and the Lord's gracious concessions in answer thereunto containing sundry meditations upon Gen. XVIII. from ver. XXIII. to the end of the chapter. Wherein many things are spoken of concerning believers drawing near to God, and the efficacy of their prayers; and how they may be princes and prevailers with God, and with what boldness they may come before him, and what ground they may get of him by their prayers, and what sweet communing they have with him. With sundry other things worthy of our most serious thoughts, helping us to be more spiritual and heavenly, which may prepare us for that everlasting communion and fellowship that we hope to arrive at, and come to in a blessed state of glory by Jesus Christ. By Samuel Whiting, Pastor of the Church of Christ at Lyn in N.E. [Three lines of Scripture texts]
Whitlock, John, 1625-1709. / [1698] That great duty and comfortable evidence (keeping our selves from our iniquity) opened and applied in some sermons upon Psal. 18, 23 / by John Whitlock.
Whitlock, John, 1625-1709. / [1699] A sermon preached to the Society for Reformation of Manners, at Nottingham, on the 25th of August, 1698 by John Whitlock ...
Whitlocke, Bulstrode, 1605-1675 or 6. / [printed in the year, 1659] Three speeches made to the Right Honorable the Lord Maior, aldermen, and Common-Council of London, by the Lord Whitlock, Lord Fleetwood, Lord Disbrowe. At Guild-Hall, on Tuesday November the 8th. 1659.
Whitlocke, Bulstrode, 1605-1675 or 6. / [1659 i.e. 1660] My Lord Whitlock's reports on Machiavil; or His recollections for the use of the students of modern policy.
Whitney, Geffrey, 1548?-1601? / [M.D.LXXXVI. 1586] A choice of emblemes, and other deuises, for the moste parte gathered out of sundrie writers, Englished and moralized. And diuers newly deuised, by Geffrey Whitney. A worke adorned with varietie of matter, both pleasant and profitable: wherein those that please, maye finde to fit their fancies: bicause herein, by the office of the eie, and the eare, the minde maye reape dooble delighte throughe holsome preceptes, shadowed with pleasant deuises: both fit for the vertuous, to their incoraging: and for the wicked, for their admonishing and amendment
Whitney, John. / [1700] The genteel recreation, or, The pleasure of angling a poem : with a dialogue between Piscator and Corydon / by John Whitney ...
Whitrowe, Joan. / [1694] The VVidow VVhiterows humble thanksgiving for the Kings safe return With an account of John Hall's vision upon the first day of the eleventh month, 1693/4. And also a letter to a friend concerning John Hall's message with a letter from Jamaica concerning the earthquake that happen'd there; a warning to the inhabitants of the earth, to fear God and give glory to Him, for the hour of His judgments are come Licensed, D.P. April 18.
Whitrowe, Joan. / [Printed in the year, 1690] To Queen Mary: the humble salutation, and faithful greeting of the widow Whitrowe With a vvarning to the rulers of the earth, before the Day of the Lord breaks forth, that shall burn as an oven, and all the wicked, and all the ungodly shall be as stubble: the mouth of the Lord hath spoken it.
Whitrowe, Joan. / [1691/2] To King William and Queen Mary, grace and peace The widow Whitrow's humble thanksgiving to the Lord of Hosts, the king of eternal glory, the God of all our mercies, unto whom be glory, glory, and praise for the king's safe return to England.
Whitrowe, Joan. / [1689] The humble address of the VVidow VVhitrowe to King William with a faithful warning to the inhabitants of England to haste and prepare by true repentance and deep humiliation to meet the Lord, before his indignation burns like fire and breaks forth into a mighty flame so that none can quench it.
Whitrowe, Joan. / [1697] Faithful warnings, expostulations and exhortations, to the several professors of Christianity in England, as well those of the highest as the lowest quality. with a testimony against divers great errors in some teachers, and other hearers ... to which is added, two letters from the minister of Port-Royal in Jamaica, giving a full account of the great destruction that came on that place (for its great sins) by the dreadful earthquake that was there in the year 1692. As also, an epistle of Bartholomew Tertian, written to the Waldensian churches, wherein are many wholesome Christian exhortations and reproofs, of sports, dancing, &c. ... / By Joan Whitrowe.
Whittaker, Jeremiah, 1599-1654. / [1646] The danger of greatnesse: or Uzziah his exaltation and destruction: set forth in a sermon preached before the Right Honourable the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, and the reverend Assembly of Divines, in the church of Martins in the Fields, the 14th day of January, 1645. being a speciall day of humiliation set apart to seek God, for his direction in the setling of the great worke of church-government. / By Jeremiah Whitaker, a member of the Assembly of Divines.
Whittaker, Jeremiah, 1599-1654. / [1645] The Christians hope triumphing in these glorious truths; [brace] 1. That Christ the ground of hope, is God, and not meer man, against the Arians, and other unbelieving Christians. 2. That Christ is the true Messiah, against the unbelieving Jews. 3. That there is another life besides this, against the grosse atheist. 4. That the soul of man is immortall, and doth not sleep till the day of resurrection, against the errour of some seeming semi-atheists. 5. How the hope of heaven should be attained, whilst we are on earth, against the carnall worldlings. 6. How this hope may be discerned where it is, and attained where it is not, for the comfort of every poor Christian. All which truths are briefly pointed out and cleared, in a sermon preached before the Right Honourable House of Lords in the Abby-Church at Westminster on Wednesday, May 28. being the day appointed for solemn and publike humiliation. / By Jeremiah Whitaker. Published by order of the House of Peers.
Whittaker, William, 1629-1672. / [1674] Eighteen sermons preached upon several texts of Scripture by William Whittaker, late minister of Magdalen Bermondsey, Southwark ; to which is added his funeral sermon preached by Sam. Annesley.
Whittel, John. / [1692] Safety in war, or, The infallible artillery of a kingdom, fleet or army in sermons unto Their Majesties forces by sea and land / by John Whittel ...
Whittel, John. / [1689] An exact diary of the late expedition of His Illustrious Highness, the Prince of Orange, now King of Great Britain, from his palace at the Hagve, to his landing at Torbay, and from thence to his arrival at White-Hall giving a particular account of all that happened, and every day's march / by a minister, chaplain in the army.
Whittel, John. / [1693] Constantinus redivivus, or, A full account of the wonderful providences, and unparallell'd successes that have all along attended the glorious enterprises of the heroical prince, William the 3d, now King of Great Britain, &c. wherein are many curious passages relating to the intrigues of Lewis the 14th, &c. carried on here, and elsewhere, never printed before, &c. / by Mr. John Whittel ...
Whittington, John. / [Printed in the Yeare, 1648] No martial law, but advice for the grand inquests of London, and Middlesex, and may serve generally for the whole kingdome written by a London apprentice, on the behalfe of his fellow apprentices, 1648.
Whittle, Robert, 1597 or 8-1679. / [1646 i.e. 1647] An ansvver to Mr. Francis Cornvvells positions & inferences, concerning dipping, anabaptisme, antipædobaptisme, tythes, and consecrated churches. Wherein the English Ministry is vindicated from the Anti-Christianisme, so deeply by him charged upon them. Published in speciall reference to the good of Mr Cornwells misled congregation. / By Robert Whittle, minister of the word of God at East-Malling in Kent. Whereunto are annexed, the fore-mentioned positions of Mr Francis Cornvvell, entituled, the Nevv Testament ratified with the blood of the Lord Jesus, is the Magna Charta of Beleevers in Jesus the Christ dipped; by which they are justified to be no hereticks.
Whittle, Robert, d. 1638. / [1620] The vvay to the celestiall paradise Declaring how a sinner may be saued, and come to life euerlasting. Contained in three bookes.The first second third sheweth that a sinner may be saued, & come to life euerlasting. By faith, apprehending Christ for his iustification, & applying to himselfe the promises of the Gospell made in Iesus Christ. Repentance, hauing his sins washed away in the bloud of the lambe Iesus Christ. Prayer, calling vpon God in the name of Iesus Christ. By Robert Whittell, minister of the Gospell.
Whittle, Seth. / [re-printed in the year, 1689] A sermon preached before the garrison of London-Derry, in the extremity of the siege. Wherein is briefly and truly represented, the deplorable miseries and calamities which they endur'd before the arrival of Maj. Gen. Kirk. By the reverend Mr. Seth Whittle, late rector of Balliachy, in the county of London-derry. Licens'd, James Fraser.
Whitton, Catharine. / [1681] An epistle to Friends every where to be distinctly read in their meetings, when assembled together in the fear of the Lord / by a friend of truth, and a lover of righteousness, Katharine Whitton.
Whitwood, William. / [1686] A catalogue of choice books consisting of divinity, history, philosophy, physick, mathematicks, poetry, &c. : most of them fairly bound, which will be sold by way of auction at Mr. William Clipsums house ... near Cambridge on Munday the 17th of this instant May, 1686 / by En. Wyre, bookseller.
Whynnell, John, b. 1603 or 4. / [1661] Englands sorrows turned into joy. A sermon preached the 28th. of June, 1660. Being a publick thanksgiving, for the restauration of his Excellent Majesty, Charles II. Of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith, &c. To His crownes and kingdomes, and us (His subjects) to our antient rights, liberties, and lawes. By John Whynnell, minister of the gospel at Askerswell in the county of Dorset.