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Gaultier, Jacques. / [1672] Al-Man-Sir, or, Rhodomontados of the most horrible terrible and invincible Captain Sr. Fredrick Fight-all English and French.
[1698] The Alamode musician being a new collection of songs composed by some of the most eminent masters & ingrav'd from the originalls : with a through bass for the harpsichord or bass-violl : and for the easier playing ye trebles upon the flute, each song is transpos'd where necessary to a key proper for that instrument.
Greenway, R. Richard. / [1662] An alarm from the holy mountain of the Lord to the inhabitants of the earth, and the word of the Lord sounding out of Sion, let all the inhabitants tremble. With a warning to the wicked, calling them to repentance. As also two visions shewn and revealed by the Lord unto his servant Richard Greenway, one shewing how the head of the wicked one shall suddenly be dashed, the other how the spirit and power of darkness is caught in its own snare. And somthing that was sent to Richard Brown in particular, who is commander of the train-bands of London.
Smith, Humphrey, d. 1663. / [1658] An alarm sounding forth unto all the inhabitants of the earth as a warning before the vials of everlasting wrath be poured forth upon them.
[1660] An alarm to all flesh with an invitation to the true seeker forthwith to flye for his life (clearly) out of the short-lived Babylon into the life ... also, a word of encouragement to the faithful to be faithful still / by E.B.
Browne, H. (Humphrey) / [M. DC. L. 1650] An alarm to all impenitent [s]inners. Or, [T]he spirit of bondage raised up in judgement and allayed in mercy. [D]eclared in a short treatise of the sweetnesse of God's love discovered in the bitterness of his wrath. / [B]y Humphrey Browne ...
[1678] An Alarm to judgement, or, An assay to rouse up all, of all sorts, (before it be too late) to prepare to meet the Bridegroom to which is added a parable under the title of The minories, with a preface thereunto.
Loveday, Samuel, 1619-1677. / [1675] An alarm to slumbring Christians, or the parable of the wise and foolish virgins and of the talents, sheep and goats; being a plain and practical exposition of the whole XXV chapter of St. Matthews gospel, calling upon all professors to a strict and constant watchfulness, lest their Lord at his certain and second coming, find them not ready, but with their lamps gone out. By Samuel Loveday.
[1660] An Alarm to the officers and souldiers of the armies of England, Scotland, and Ireland
[Printed 1654] An alarm to the present men in power, the officers of the army, and all oppressors, from some oppressed people of England, on the behalf of themselves and others.:
Banaster, Thomas. / [1649] An alarm to the vvorld, of the appearing of Sions king. Or, a brief discoverie of the foot-steps of the Lord upon earth.
E. F. (Edward Ford), fl. 1630?-1660. / [1651] An alarm to trumpets or, Mounte chival to every dejected, remisse, and secure trumpet, either in England, Scotland, or Ireland. By E. F.
[1632] An alarme to all Christian princes and states of the religion. Written immediatly vpon the first newes of the death of the King of Sweden of famous memory, and euer will be to all posterity, and to eternity..
[1644] An alarme to awake church-sleepers. Describing the causes, discovering the dangers, prescribing remedies for this drowsie disease.
La Serre, M. de (Jean-Puget), ca. 1600-1665. / [M. DC. XXXVIII 1638] An alarum for ladyes by the Sieur de la Serre, historiographer of France ; nevvly turn'd out of Franch [sic] into English by Francis Hawkins, dravving on to the tenth yeare of his age.
[1677] An Alarum from heaven, or, A warning to sinners by the just hand of God pursuing adultery and drunkenness in the person of William Dennis late of Lamb yard near the Hermitage in Wapping for wickedly and considerately murthering the person of Thomas Gately : for which he was apprehended :and after this examination before the justice, was committed to Newgate : there to remain till next sessions.
Poole, Elizabeth. / [Printed in the year, 1649] An alarum of vvar given to the army: and to their high court of justice (so called) revealed by the will of God in a vision to E. Poole, (sometime a messenger of the Lord to the Generall Councel, concerning the cure of the land and the manner thereof) foretelling the judgements of God ready to fall upon them for disobeying the word of the Lord in taking away the life of the king : also a letter to the congregation, in fellowship with Mr. Kissin, in vindication of E.P. ...
D. W. (Dorothy White) / [Printed in the year, 1662] An alarum sounded forth from the Lord God of vengeance unto England's rulers, mayors, magistrates, and unjust judges, who are found oppressors of the seed and heritage of God:: for whose sakes the Lord God is risen to plead, and suddenly will bring destruction on them all, if they repent not; and this I publish in God's authority.
Crisp, Stephen, 1628-1692. / [Printed in the year, 1671] An alarum sounded in the borders of spiritual Egypt vvhich shall be heard in Babylon, and astonish the inhabitants of the defiled and polluted habitations of the earth. And the power of the Prince of Darkness called into question; and he himself examin'd by the truth, how he came to raign over mankind; and how long his time shall be, till he comes to be cast out of his dominion, and the creature be deliver'd from under his tyranny; to serve God in spirit and in truth, as Christ, the prince of peace, has order'd them. Also the number of him whom the world hath wonder'd after, found out; and demonstrated to be near at an end: and withal, that it is no wayes unlawful, nor in vain, both to hope, and to expect the utter desolation, and destruction of sin in this life, and the setting up of perfect righteousness in the souls of men, where sin has too long raign'd. Written in a testimony to the truth, and against the false position of the devil, and his servants; by a servant of God, Steven Crisp.
England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I) / [July 29, 1642] An alarum to arms, or, The Kings Majesties resolution to raise arms against all those that shall oppose or resist him in the suppressing the ordinance of Parliament concerning the militia whereunto is annexed the Parliaments resolution to raise forces to maintain the said ordinance, and to defend all those that shall stand for the maintenance of the same : the last news from Hull of sixty cavaliers slain by Sir John Hothams men.
[1659] An Alarum to corporations, or, The giddy sort of hereticks designs unmaskt being a narrative of the unjust, barbarous, inhumane, trayterous practices of some of the Anabaptists and others ... at the town of Brecknock, in opposing the legall election of William Thomas, Esquire, and by force of arms, indeavoured the placing of one of their favourites, to the disturbance of the peace ...
Carter, W. (William) / [1700] An alarum to England to prevent its destruction by the loss of trade and navigation; which at this day is in great danger. Submitted to consideration in time.
R. B. H. / [1659] An alarum to pamphleteers, or, The danger of an habeas corpus being a serious and seasonable advice to anti-temporizing scriblers, to desist in time, lest they untimely be forc'd to sing their own obsequies, and write with their own pens in dismall characters their own epitaphs / by R.B.H.
[1647] An alarum to the headquarters
Overton, Richard, fl. 1646. / [Printed in the yeer. 1646] An alarum to the House of Lords: against their insolent usurpation of the common liberties, and rights of this nation. Manifested by them, in their present tyrannicall attempts against that worthy commoner, Lieutenant Col. John Lilburne, defendour of the faith, and of his countries freedoms, both by his words, deeds and suffereings, against all tyrants in the kingdome; whether black-coats, papists, kings, lords, &c.
Tompkins, Anthony, d. 1699. / [1671] An alarum to the parish, called, Olives Southwark for to awaken them out of the state of carnal security: and that they hearken to God's witness, which alwayes calls to that which is good, and doth, and ever will, stand a witness against that which is evil.
J. L. / [1642] An alarum to vvarre:: proclamed by our royall Soveraigne, and his loyall Parliament. To subiugate the savage cruelties, and inhumane massacres acted by the nocent papists; and to vindicate the barbarous blood-shed, and impious insolencies suffered by the innocent protestants of Ireland. To which is annexed an encouragement to all his Maiesties true-hearted, and valiantly disposed subiects, here is England, who are already, or shall be hereafter engaged in this present expedition against those Romish rebells, and all that are confederate with that malignant party, there in Ireland. By J.L. Acad: Cant: in art: mag:
Smith, George, 1602 or 3-1658. / [1646] An alarum:: to the last warning peece to London by way of answer: discovering the danger of sectaries suffered: and the necessity of order, and vniformity to bee established. Wherein the Presbiterian way of government, and the Independant liberty, is compared.
Junius Anonymus. / [1652] Alazono-Mastix: or The character of a Cockney:: in a satyricall poem. : Dedicated (as a New-years-gift) to the Apprentices of London. By Junius Anonymus, a London Apprentice.
Raleigh, George, b. 1600? / [1641] Albania: or, Certaine concernments of Great Britanny. With an explication of the present state thereof; truely represented under the faigned person of Albania. / By George Raleigh.
Faber, Albert Otto, 1612-1684. / [1662] Alberti Ottonis Fabri medici regii exer. Suec. Paradoxon de morbo Gallico libr. II, or, A paradox concerning the shameful disease for a warning to all against deceitful cures / translated out of the High-Dutch by Johan Kauffman.
M. L. (Michael Livingston), 17th cent. / [1680] Albion's congratulatory, or, A poem upon the high and mighty Prince James, Duke of Albany and York, his return unto Scotland presented to His Royal Highness by M.L.
M. L. (Michael Livingston), 17th cent. / [1680] Albion's elegie: or, A poem, upon the high and mighty Prince James Duke of Albany and York his departure from Scotland. Presented to His Royal Highness, by M.L.
[1695] Albion's tears on the death of Her Sacred Majesty Queen Mary a pindarick poem.
Bunce, James, Sir, d. 1670. / [1660] Alderman Bunce his speech to the Lord Maior, Aldermen and Common-Council of London, touching the Kings resolution to accept of honourable conditions from a free-Parliament for his admitment.
Taylor, John, 1580-1653. / [Printed in the yeare, 1651] Ale ale-vated into the ale-titude: or, a learned oration before a civill assembly of ale-drinkers, between Paddington and Hogsdon, the 30. of February last, anno millimo quillimo trillimo. By John Taylor.
Aneau, Barthélemy, d. 1561. / [1590] Alektor = The cock. Containing the first part, of the most excellent, and mytheologicall historie, of the valorous Squire Alector; sonne to the renowned Prince Macrobius Franc-Gal; and to the peerelesse Princesse Priscaraxe, Queene of high Tartary.
Suchten, Alexander von, ca. 1520-ca. 1590. / [1670] Alex. Van Suchten Of the secrets of antimony in two treatises. Translated out of high-Dutch by Dr. C. a person of great skill in chymistry. To which is added B. Valentine's salt of antimony, with its use.
Rhodokanakēs, Kōnstantinos, 1635-1689. / [In the year 1667] Alexicacvs spirit of salt of the vvorld, which vulgarly prepair'd is call'd the spirit of salt., or, The transcendent virtue of the true spirit of salt long look'd for, and now philosophically prepared and purified from all hurtfull or coroding qualities, far beyond any thing yet known to the world : being both safe and pleasant for the use of all men, women, and children / by Constantine Rhodocanaces.
Chauncy, Isaac, 1632-1712. / [1700] Alexipharmacon, or, A fresh antidote against neonomian bane and poyson to the Protestant religion being a reply to the late Bishop of Worcester's discourse of Christ's satisfaction, in answer to the appeal of the late Mr. Steph. Lob : and also a refutation of the doctrine of justification by man's own works of obedience, delivered and defended by Mr. John Humphrey and Mr. Sam. Clark, contrary to Scripture and the doctrine of the first reformers from popery / by Isaac Chauncey.
[1687] Algernoon Sidneys farewel
Nausea, Friedrich, d. 1552. / [1577] Of all blasing starrs in generall, as well supernaturall as naturall, to what countrie or people so euer they appeare in the world vniuersall. The iudgement of the right reuerend Frederike Nause, Bishop of Vienna. Written and dedicated to the most high and puissaunt Emperour Ferdinand. Translated out of Latine into English, by Abraham Fleming
T. R. de L. / [1685] The all-conquering genius of the most potent, and most serene prince James II. King of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, &c. Display'd in a heroick stanza occasion'd by his happy accession to the crown. Whereunto his [sic] annexed a congratulation to both their Majesties, by way of an ode, exciting the nymphs to perform their duty as usual at hymens. By T. R. de L.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1683] All friends everywhere this is the word of the Lord unto you all.
Church of England. Diocese of Bath and Wells. Bishop (1684-1691 : Ken) / [1688] All glory be to God Thomas unworthy bishop of Bath and Wells, to the minister of (ööööööö) wisheth a multiplication of mercy, and peace, and love.
Gentleman. / [Printed in the yeare, 1647] All in an epistle. Or, A letter from a gentleman to his father, upon occasion of the Armies retreat to Wickham. Calculated for a private meridian at first, but (in a way of satisfaction) may serve indifferently for the whole kingdome.
Jenkins, David, 1582-1663. / [1648] All is not gould that glisters;: with a vindication of His Majestie from the scandalous aspersions concerning former taxes and ship-money. / Written to informe the ignorant, to satisfie the unsatisfied, and to stop the mouthes of all such as carry two faces under one hood.
England and Wales. Laws, statutes, etc. / [1646] All ordinances and orders for the better observation of the Lords-Day and the fast 9. Decemb. 1646. ordered &c. that the ordinances for the better observation of the publick dayes of fast and humiliation and for the better observation of the Lords-Day be printed together ...
England and Wales. / [Feb. the 18. 1646. i.e. 1647] All ordinances and orders, for the better observation of the Lords-Day, and the fast.: 9. Decemb. 1646. Ordered, &c. that the ordinances for the better observation of the publick dayes of fast and humiliation and for the better observation of the Lords-Day be printed together, ... Hen. Elsynge Cler. Parl. Dom. Com.
Anderson, Gilbert. / [1680] All praise and glory be given to God alone. These are to certifie all whom it may concern, that the ever famous physician Gilbert Anderson, hath travelled through most part of the known world, in search of the most rare secrets of physick and chirurgery....
Marsin, M. / [1697] All the chief points contained in the Christian religion and those great truths in the word which we have not had a right apprehension for almost thirteen hundred years, never since the rise of the beast, are now discovered by the finger of God / the whole here collected into short heads, that thereby they might the better sink down into the understanding and be registred in our memories, which truths are now proved and published, by M.M.
[1578] All the famous battels that haue bene fought in our age throughout the worlde, as well by sea as lande set foorth at large, liuely described, beautified, and enriched with sundry eloquent orations, and the declaratio[n]s of the causes, with the fruites of them. Collected out of sundry good authors, whose names are expressed in the next page.
[1632] All the French Psalm tunes with English words. Being a collection of Psalms accorded to the verses and tunes generally vsed in the Reformed churches of France and Germany. Perused and approved by judicious divines, both English and French.
Maryland. General Assembly. / [Anno Domini 1700] All the laws of Maryland now in force
[1680] All the letters, memorials, and considerations concerning the offered alliance of the kings of England and France to the high and mighty Lords the states of the United Neatherlands, according to the several times when they were delivered with considerations on the said alliance and also reflections on the said considerations / faithfully translated from the Dutch copies printed at Haerlem by Barent Jansen...
[1642] All the memorable & wonder-strikinge, Parlamentary mercies effected & afforded unto this our English nation, within this space of lesse then 2 yeares past a⁰. 1641. & 1642.:
T. T. (Thomas Thomson), fl. 1668. / [1680] All the nine prophecies of the two famous prophets that are lately arrived at Tholouse in France wherein they prophesie that in the year 1682 there shall be no Pope and Rome shall have no head : they prophesie likewise that the first day of the year 1690 shall be the last day of the world : and they prophesie also that in the year 1687 all Africa shall burn : here is also an account of their journey from Galadiam in Damas a city of Galilea, of their strange habits, and of their eating bread and drinking water onely, and many other wonderful strange things / as it was sent in a letter from a gentleman at Tholouse to his cousin at Grays-Inn.
Horace. / [Anno Dom. 1638] All the odes and epodes of Horace. Translated into English verse: by Henry Rider, Master of Arts of Emmanuel Colledge in Camebridge
England and Wales. Parliament. / [Februar. 14. 1642 i.e. 1643] All the ordinances and declarations of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament,: for the assessing of all such as have not contributed upon the propositions of both Houses of Parliament, for raising of money, plate, horse, horse-men, and armes for the defence of the King, kingdome, and Parliament; or have not contributed proportionally according to their estates. Ordered by the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament that these ordinances be forthwith printed and published. Joh. Brown Cler. Parliamentorum. Also divers orders of the committee of Lords and Commons for advance of money and other necessaries for the army: for the better execution of the said ordinances and declarations. Martin Dallison clerke to the said committee.
England and Wales. / [1647] All the ordinances and orders of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament for the indempnity or saving harmlesse all those that have acted or done any thing by sea or land by the authority and for the service of the Parliament.
England and Wales. Parliament. / [1652] All the ordinances of the Lors [sic] and Commons assembled in Parliament: for the true payment of tythes, and other such duties according to the lawes and customes of this realme: Ordered by the Lords in Parliament assembled, that these ordinances for the due payment of all tythes and such other duties, be forthwith printed and published. Joh. Brown Cler. Parliamentorum.
[1651] All the proceedings at the sessions of the peace holden at Westminster,: on the 20. day of Iune, 1651. against Thomas Tydford, Elizabeth Sorrell the elder, Margaret Dunlape, Anne Burley, Frances Bedwell, Elizabeth Sorrell the yonger, and Thomas Kearby. Together, with their severall examinations and behaviours before the justices, and the petition of six of them, as also their recantation; with the sentence and punishment of Thomas Kearby, for his blasphemous impiety, and wilfull obstinacy. To which is added a postscript, to deterre all men to avoyd such horrid blasphemies. This is perused (and thought fit to be published) by divers of the justices of the peace within the city and liberty of Westminster, for the satisfaction of the publique. July 22. 1651. E.H.
[October 14. 1642] All the proceedings of His Excellency the Earl of Essex, from the 1. of October to the 14. Being a true relation of divers skirmishes which happened between the Earle of Essex his forces and the cavaliers in the foresaid time. Also a true relation of the taking of divers forts and castles by the said Earle. Likewise a true relation of the taking of nine boats laden with ammunition by the Parliaments forces upon the river Severne as it was going to Shrewsbury.
England and Wales. Parliament. / [1646] All the severall ordinances directions and votes of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: for the speedy establishing of the Presbyteriall government. Ordered by the Lords assembled in Parliament, that these ordinances, directions, and votes be forthwith printed and published. Jo. Brown Cler. Parliamentorum.
Devon (England.). Stannaries. / [Anno post Christum natum. 1562. Mense Maij] All the statutes of the stannary. 1562.
[Octob. 17. 1648] All the transactions between the noblemen and gentlemen now in arms for the covenant, and the officers and soldiers now in arms by authority of the Parliament of the kingdom of Scotland.: Together with several orders made by the Committee of Estates in that kingdom, against all that have acted in the late unlawful engagement against the kingdom of England. Signed by command of the commissioners for the treaty, Mr. Tho: Henderson.
England and Wales. Parliament. / [1679] All the votes, orders, &c. in the House of Commons, both in the late, and present Parliament, touching the Earl of Danby:
[Printed in the yeare, 1641] All to Westminster: newes from Elizium, or, A packet of wonders, brought over in Charons ferry-boat last spring tyde: discovering many notable things worth observation, 1641.
Naylor, James, 1617?-1660. / [1654?] All vain janglers, imitatours and licentious persons, shut out of the Scriptures who are not guided by the same spirit that gave them forth. The old serpents voice, or Antichrist discovered opposing Christ in his kingdome. By one who desires the redemption of souls out of Sathans wiles, James Nayler.
Newcomen, Matthew, 1610?-1669. / [M.DC.XLVII. 1647] The all-seeing vnseen eye of God.: Discovered, in a sermon preached before the Honourable House of Commons; at Margarets Westminster, December 30. 1646. being the day of their solemne monethly fast. / By Matthew Newcomen, Minister of the Gospel at Dedham in Essex, and one of the Assembly of Divines. Published by order of the Honourable House of Commons.
T. W. (Thomas Woodrove) / [1659] An allarm to the inhabitants of the earth: that they all may be awakned [sic] and shake off their poluted garments, and meet the Lord with speedy repentance ... and here is a warning to all rulers, magistrates, and men in authority, that they all do that which is just and right ... also a salutation to the children of Light, who are turned to the Lord especially to them in Dorcet shire / by T.W.
[Printed in the year, 1648] An allarme to the city of London, by the Scotch army: discovering most of the damnable, detestable, and exectable plots of the siding, overruling, and prevalent party in both Houses of Parliament, the army of independents and sectaries, &c.
Wither, George, 1588-1667. / [1649] An allarum from Heaven, or, A memento to the great councell, and magistrates of England, now sitting on the seat of justice. By G.W. a cordiall lover of the peace of England.
[1675] Allēolkrisia, a treatise concerning judging one another being several discourses on the occasion of our Saviours precept Matt. 7:l, judg [sic] not, that you be not judged.
Morgan, Thomas, 1543-1606. / [in the year 1690] Allegations in behalf of the high and mighty princess the Lady Mary, now Queen of Scots against the opinions and books set forth in the part and favour of the Lady Katherine, and the rest of the issues of the French Queen, touching the succession of the Crown. Written in the time of Queen Elizabeth.
[1697?] The allegations of the glass-makers examin'd and answer'd
[1681?] The Allegations of the Turky Company and others against the East-India-Company, relating to the management of that trade presented to the Right Honourable the Lords of His Majesties most Honourable Privy Council, the 17th of August, 1681 : together with the answer of the said East-India-Company thereunto, delivered in writing the 22th instant according to Their Lordships order, upon which a hearing was had ... the 24th of the said month.
A. B. / [1690] Allegiance vindicated, or, The takers of the new oath of allegiance to K. William & Q. Mary justified and the lawfulness of taking it asserted, in its consistency with our former oaths, and also with the doctrine of the Reformed Church of England, concerning non-resistance & passive obedience / by a Divine of the Church of England.
Jenkyn, William, 1613-1685. / [1648] Allotrioepiskopos,: the busie bishop. Or The visitor visited. By way of answer to a very feeble pamphlet lately published by Mr J.G. called Sion Colledge visited, in which answer, his cavils against the ministers of London for witnessing against his errours touching the holy Scriptures, and the power of man to good supernaturall, are answered, and the impertinency of his quotations out of the fathers, Martin Bucer, and Mr Ball are manifested. / By William Jenkyn minister of the Word of God at Christ-Church London.
[1670] Allwydd neu agoriad paradwys i'r Cymrv Hynny yw: gweddiau, devotionau, cynghorion, ac athrawiaethau tra duwiol ac angentheidiol i bob Christion yn mynhu agoryd y Porth a myned i mewn i'r Nef. Wedi eu cynnull o amryw lyfrau duwiol, a'i cyfeithu yn Gymraeg: neu wedi eu cyfansoddi, gan I.H.
[1684] Psalma Dhaibhidh a nMeadrachd do réir an phriomb-chanamain le ma Raibeard Kirk minisdir shoigeil chriosd aig Balbhudier S : maille re Ughdarras
[1576] [An Almanack and prognostication for 1576]
[1686] An almanack but for one day. Or, The Son of man reckoning with man upon an high account-day The last day. Latter day. Lords day. the Day of Judgment. Day of Doom. Licensed and entred according to order.
G. C. / [for the year, 1700. ] An almanack, and new prognostication, for the year of our Lord, 1700. Being bissextile or leap year; and from the creation of the world, 5649. Exactly calculated for the famous City of Edinburgh, the metropolitan of Scotland, whose latitude is 55d. 54 m. ¹₂ longitude is 11 d. 37 m. / By G. C. Mathemat.
Montulmo, Antonius de. / [1555] An almanacke and prognosticacion for the yere of our Lord God D.CCCCC.LV. [sic] Made by Master Antonius de Mortulind, an Italian, doctoure of phisicke and astronymy.
Neve, Jeffery, 1579-1654. / [1609] An almanacke for the yeere of our Lord God 1609. Made and written by Jefferie Neue.
Seyfridt, George. / [1537] [Almanake and pronostication for the yeare of our lorde MCCCCC, and XXXVII]
Luna, Miguel de, 16th/17th cent. / [1627] Almansor the learned and victorious king that conquered Spaine. His life and death published by Robert Ashley, out of the librarie of the Uniuersitie of Oxford.
Towgood, Richard, 1595?-1683. / [1676] The Almighty his gracious token of love to his friend Abraham, or, A sermon preached in the Cathedral Church of Bristol, January 3, 1674 by Rich. Towgood ...
Hopkins, Ezekiel, 1634-1690. / [1693] The almost Christian discovered, in some sermons on Acts 26, 28 with a blow at profaneness / by the R.R. Ezekiel Hopkins, late Lord Bishop of London-Derry ; to which is added the upright Christian discovered, gathered out of the judicious treatises of William Bates, D.D.
[1681] Aloisia, or, The amours of Octavia Englished ; to which is adjoyned The history of Madam du Tillait, both displaying the subtilties of the fair sex.
[1665] Alotments of goods to be sold by the Company of Royal Adventures of England Trading into Africa, at the African House in Broadstreet: by the candle, on Thursday the 18th. of January 1665. at eight of the clock in the morning. The buyer to have the impost of what he exports.
Elys, Edmund, ca. 1634-ca. 1707. / [1654 i.e. 1656] An alphabet of elegiack groans,: upon the truly lamented death of that rare exemplar of youthful piety, John Fortescue, of the Inner-Temple, esquire / By E.E.
Allen, Robert, fl. 1596-1612. / [1596] An alphabet of the holy proverbs of King Salomon specially from the beginning of the tenth chapter to the end of the booke for the helpe of memorie and for a more ready finding out of any whole sentence, if onely the beginning be called to mind: with a short interpretation of the more hard prouerbs, wherein also diuers translations are compared and laied together for a further helpe to vnderstanding. Collected and set down in this order with a mind desirous to procure that these holy prouerbs might be made yet more familiar euen to children by the delight of so plaine and familiar a method.
Wood, Owen, fl. 1639. / [1639] An alphabetical book of physicall secrets for all those diseases that are most predominant and dangerous (curable by art) in the body of man. Collected for the benefit, most especially of house-holders in the country, who are either farre remote, or else not able to entertaine a learned physician: as likewise for the help of such ladies and gentlewomen, who of charity labour to doe good. Whereunto is annexed a small treatise of the judgement of vrines. By Owen Wood.
[1698] An alphabetical list of the knights, citizens, and burgesses, elected in the year 1698. to sit in Parliament together with an alphabet of the places that have the priviledge of election, with proper numbers and letters for the easie use therof. Note: those which have this mark * before them, were not members of the last Parliament.
Crofton, Zachary, 1625 or 6-1672. / [1661] Altar-worship, or Bowing to the communion table considered as to the novelty vanity iniquity malignity charged upon it. In an antithesis to the determination of Dr. Eleazar Duncon, lately translated, and sent into the world in a Romish dress, with a cross in the front and fine. By Z. Crofton Presbyter, but proved enemy to all fanaticks.
Wolley, Edward, 1603-1684. / [1673] Altare evangelicum. A sermon preached at Christ-Church in Dublin, on the 27th of April Before his Excellency Arthur Earl of Essex, Lord Lieutenant General, and general governour of the kingdom of Ireland. By Edward Lord Bishop of Clonsert and Kilmac-Duah. Published by his Excellencies order and command.
[1699] Alter amyntor:, or, The case fairly stated between King Charles I. and Dr. Gauden Mr. Wagstaff and Mr. Toland, touching icon basilike. With short notes
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.:
Houghton, Thomas, Gent. / [1695] The alteration of the coyn, with a feasible method to do it most humbly proposed to both houses of Parliament. To which is annexed, a projection, or scheem of reasonable terms, for establishing a firm and general peace in Europe. / By Thomas Houghton, of Lyme-Street, Gent.
Taylor, John, 1580-1653. / [1651] Of alterations strange, of various signes, heere are compos'd a few poetick lines: heere you may finde, when you this book have read, the crowne tranform'd into the poets head : read well, be merry and wise / written by John Taylor.
England and Wales. Sovereign (1603-1625 : James I) / [anno Dom. 1603] Although we haue made it knowen by publike edict, that at our entrance into these our kingdomes of England and Ireland, we stood, as still wee doe, in good amitie and friendship with all the princes of Christendome, ...
John Durant, b. 1620. / [1659] Altum silentium: or, silence the duty of saints, under every sad providence. An occasional sermon preached after the death of a daughter, by her father: viz. / By John Durant preacher of the gospel in Christ's-Church Canterbury.
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.