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Church of England. Province of York. Archbishop (1631-1640 : Neile) / [1636] Ar[c?]ticles to be inquired of, in the visitation of the most reverend father in God, Richard, by the providence of God, Lord Arch-bishop of Yorke, primate of England, and metropolitane had in the yeere of our Lord God 1636.
[1608] The araignement & burning of Margaret Ferne-seede for the murther of her late husband Anthony Ferne-seede, found deade in Peckham Field neere Lambeth, hauing once before attempted to poyson him with broth, being executed in S. Georges-field the last of Februarie. 1608.
Webbe, George, 1581-1642. / [1619] The araignement of an vnruly tongue. Wherein the faults of an euill tongue are opened, the danger discouered, the remedies prescribed, for the taming of a bad tongue, the right ordering of the tongue, and the pacifying of a troubled minde against the wrongs of an euill tongue. By George Web, preacher of Gods word at Stepleashton in Wiltshire.
Overton, Richard, fl. 1646. / [1645] The araignement of Mr. Persecution:: presented to the consideration of the House of Commons, and to all the common people of England wherein he is indicted, araigned, convicted, and condemned of enmity against God, and all goodnesse, of treasons, rebellion, bloodshed, &c. and sent to the place of execution. In the prosecution whereof, the Jesuiticall designes, and secret encroachments of his defendants, Sir Symon Synod, and the John of all Sir Johns, Sir Jonh Presbiter, upon the liberty of the subject id detected, and laid open, / by yongue Martin Mar-Preist, son to old Martin the Metrapolitane. This is licensed, and printed according to holy order, but not entered into the Stationers monopole.
Munday, Anthony, 1553-1633. / [1581] The araignement, and execution, of a wilfull and obstinate traitour, named Eueralde Ducket, alias House; for high treason, on Friday, beeing the 28. of Iuly, and executed at Tisborne, on Monday after, being the 31, day of the same moneth. 1581. / gathered by M.S..
J. C. / [1652] The araignment of hypocrisie: or, a looking-glasse for murderers and adulterers; and all others that profes religion, and make show of holiness, yet deny the power and practice thereof in their lives and conversations. Being a fearfull example of Gods judgements on Mr. Barker, minister of Gods word at Pytchley two miles from Ketterin in Northhamptonshire; who for living in adultery with his neer kinswoman, and concealing the murder of her infant; was with his kinswoman and maid-servant executed at Northampton. With the strange manner of the discovery of that horrid murder; and their several speeches immediately before their deaths.
[1611 i.e. 1612] The araignment of Iohn Selman, who was executed neere Charing-Crosse the 7. of Ianuary, 1611. for a fellony by him committed in the Kings Chappell at White-Hall vpon Christmas day last, in presence of the King and diuers of the nobility
[1612] The araignment of Iohn Selman, who was executed neere Charing-Crosse the 7. of Ianuary, 1612. for a fellony by him committed in the Kings Chappell at White-Hall vpon Christmas day last, in presence of the King and diuers of the nobility
[Printed in the yeere, 1647] The araignment [sic] and impeachment of Major Generall Massie, Sir William Waller, Col. Poyntz, Sir Philip Stapleton, Sir Iohn Maynard, Ant. Nichols, and one Cheisly, the Scotch Secretary, (lately taken at sea by the Vice-Admirall) with dives [sic] other surreptitious members of the Commons in Parliament, the Court of Aldermen, and Common Councell of the City of London; as namely Col. Sutton, Major Banes, Cap. Cox, now in safe custody, and other citizens of meaner ranke and quality of the Presbyterian faction. With a fresh discovery of their late treasonous plots, and horrid designes against the Parliament, the army, the famous City of London, and consequently of the whole kingdome, engaging them in a second cruell and bloudy warre. ... Also a thankfull remembrance of the late successe it hath pleased the Almighty to confer upon our ever renowned generall, Sir Thomas Fairfax, and his Councell of War, against that viperous brood of rigid Presbyters.
Person of honour. / [1683] Arbitrary government display'd in the tyrannick usurpation of the Rump Parliament and Oliver Cromwell being a clear account of their arbitrary, cruel and illegal proceedings, under the notion of liberty and property, and a compendious history of those times / by a person of honour.
Author of Regula placitandi. / [1694] Arbitrium redivivum, or, The law of arbitration collected from the law-books both ancient and modern and deduced to these times, wherein the whole learning of awards or arbitrements is methodically treated : with several forms of submissions by way of covenants and bond : as also several forms of arbitrements or awards / by the author of Regula placitandi.
Refuge, Monsieur de (Eustache), d. 1617. / [1694] Arcana aulica, or, Walsingham's manual of prudential maxims for the states-man and courtier : to which is added Fragmenta regalia, or, Observations on Queen Elizabeth, her times and favorites / by Sir Robert Naunton.
Billinghurst, George. / [1674] Arcana clericalia, or, The mysteries of clarkship being a sure way of setling estates by [brace] deeds, fines, and recoveries : with the forms of all manner of charter-parties in maritime cities, towns and corporations : with a table of all the principle matters therein contained / by George Billinghurst ...
Womock, Laurence, 1612-1685. / [M.DC.LIX. 1659] Arcana dogmatum anti-remonstrantium. Or the Calvinists cabinet unlock'd. In an apology for Tilenus, against a pretended vindication of the synod of Dort. At the provocation of Master R. Baxter, held forth in the preface to his Grotian religion. Together, with a few soft drops let fall upon the papers of Master Hickman.
Harrison, Stephen, joiner and architect. / [1613] The arch's of triumph erected in honor of the high and mighty prince. Iames. the first of that name. King, of England. and the sixt of Scotland at his Maiesties entrance and passage through his honorable citty & chamber of London. vpon the 15th. day of march 1603. Invented and published by Stephen Harrison ioyner and architect: and graven by William Kip..
S. H. / [October 4. 1644] The arch-cheate, or the cheate of cheats:: or a notable discovery of some parts of the mystery of iniquitie, plainely shewing that this is the prelates warre, managed under the Kings name, only to advance the hierarchie above the temporality, yet leave them some externalls to deceive all sides, and all sorts, a choice peece of gullery trimely [sic] set out. ...
[M.DC.XXXVI. 1636] The arch-confraternity of the holy Rosary of our Blessed Lady
T. W. / [in the Year, 1690] The arch-rebel found, or An answer to Mr. M. H.'s Brief enquiry into the true nature of schism: By T.W., citizen of Chester ...
Lambarde, William, 1536-1601. / [1635] Archeion, or, A discourse vpon the high courts of iustice in England. Composed by William Lambard, of Lincolnes Inne, Gent
W. C. / [1677] Archerie reviv'd: a poetical essay, penn'd upon occasion of the intended muster of the Company of Archers in Scotland, June 11. 1677:
Isocrates. / [1624] Archidamus, or, The councell of warre. Being 2000. yeares old, and written by Isocrates the couragious orator, translated by a Tho: Barnes.
Mayerne, Théodore Turquet de, Sir, 1573-1655. / [1658] Archimagirus anglo-gallicus: or, Excellent & approved receipts and experiments in cookery. Together with the best way of preserving. As also, rare formes of sugar-works: according to the French mode, and English manner. Copied from a choice manuscript of Sir Theodore Mayerne Knight, physician to the late K. Charles. Magistro artis, edere est esse.
Prynne, William, 1600-1669. / [Printed in the yeere 1648] Ardua Regni: or, XII. arduous doubts of great concernment to the Kingdome,: requiring a full and speedy resolution : propounded to M. Speaker, and the House of Commons, touching some of their late proceedings against their own suspended, ejected members, and the impeached Lords.
[1697] The Argument against a standing army rectified, and the reflections and remarks upon it in several pamphlets, consider'd in a letter to a friend.
[1695] The Argument and reasons of the brethren of Trinity-house, touching the breach in the level near Purfleet in Essex whereby the river of Thames is much damnify'd, and the navigation thereof greatly obstructed, and in danger of being wholly destroy'd.
Layton, Henry, 1622-1705. / [1699] An argument concerning the human souls seperate [sic] subsistance
Hunt, Thomas, 1627?-1688. / [1682] An argument for the bishops right in judging capital causes in parliament for their right unalterable to that place in the government that they now enjoy : with several observations upon the change of our English government since the Conquest : to which is added a postscript, being a letter to a friend, for vindicating the clergy and rectifying some mistakes that are mischievous and dangerous to our government and religion / by Tho. Hunt ...
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.
Turner, John, b. 1649 or 50. / [1689] An argument in defence of the hospitaller of St. Thomas Southwark and of his fellow-servants and friends in the same house
Turner, John, b. 1649 or 50. / [1686] An argument in defence of the marriage of an uncle with the daughter of his half-brother by the father's side by John Turner ...
Nortcliffe, Counsellor. / [1653] An argument in defence of the right of patrons to advousons.: And incidently of the right of tythes in generall. As it was delivered to the committee for tythes, on Wednesday the 14 of September 1653 and taken exactly by one that hath skill in tachygraphy or the art of short-writing
Pollexfen, Henry, Sir, 1632?-1691. / [1696] The argument of a learned counsel, upon an action of the case brought by the East-India-Company, against Mr. Thomas Sands, an interloper
St. John, Oliver, 1598?-1673. / [Anno Domini 1641] An argument of lavv concerning the bill of attainder of high-treason of Thomas Earle of Strafford: at a conference in a committee of both Houses of Parliament. By Mr. St. John his Majesties Solicitor Generall. Published by order of the Commons House.
La Marteliere, Pierre de, d. 1631. / [1612] The argument of Mr. Peter de la Marteliere aduocate in the Court of Parliament of Paris made in Parliament, the chambers thereof being assembled. For the Rector and Vniuersitie of Paris, defendants and opponents, against the Iesuits demandants, and requiring the approbation of the letters patents which they had obtained, giuing them power to reade and to teach publikely in the aforesaid Vniuersitie. Translated out of the French copie set forth by publike authoritie.
Fuller, Nicholas, 1543-1620. / [1641] The argument of Nicholas Fuller of Grayes Inne esquire, in the case of Tho. Lad, and Rich. Mansell his clients. Wherein it is plainly proved, that the ecclesiasticall commissioners have no power by their commission, to imprison, or to fine any of his Majesties subjects, or to put them to the oath ex officio.
[1635] The argument of the pastorall of Florimene with the discription of the scœnes and intermedij. Presented by the Queenes Maiesties commandment, before the Kings Maiesty in the hall at White-hall, on S. Thomas day the 21. of December. M.DC.XXXV.
Marsh, John, 1612-1657. / [1642] An argument or, debate in law: of the great question concerning the militia; as it is now settled by ordinance of both the Houses of Parliament.: By which, it is endeavoured, to prove the legalitie of it, and to make it warrantable by the fundamentall laws of the land. In which, answer is also given to all objections that do arise, either directly, or collaterally concerning the same. All which is referred to the judicious reader. by J.M. C.L.
Asgill, John, 1659-1738. / [Anno Dom. 1700] An argument proving, that according to the covenant of eternal life revealed in the Scriptures, man may be translated from hence into that eternal life, without passing through death altho the humane nature of Christ himself could not be thus translated till he had passed through death.
J. B. (John Berisford) / [1699] An argument shewing that 'tis impossible for the nation to be rid of the grievances occasion'd by the marshal of the King's-Bench, and warden of the Fleet, without an utter extirpation of their present offices with proposals for a new constitution of those offices by way of letter to a member of Parliament.
Huntley, George. / [1642] An argument upon a generall demurrer joyned and entred in an action of false imprisonment in the Kings Bench Court termino Trinitatis 1631. rot. 1483. parte tertia, betweene George Huntley ... and William Kingsley ... and others commissioners defendants, as it was prepared to have beene uttered in court by the said George Huntley, but was not permitted by the judges of that court because, as they pretend, the said action or plea or demurrer was discontinued termino Sancti Michaelis, 1632 / published by the said George Huntley ...
Livy. / [Anno MDLI 1534] An argument wherin the apparaile of women is both reproued and defended
[1698] An argument, proving that a small number of regulated forces established during the pleasure of Parliament cannot damage our present happy establishment, and that it is highly necessary in our present circumstances to have the matter fully determined being considerations upon what has been objected against standing armies in general.
[M DC XCIX. 1699] An argument, shewing that 'tis impossible for the nation to be rid of the grievances occasioned by the great number both of quacks and empericks in law and physick, without an utter experpation of both: With proposals for a new constitution. Written after the manner of the argument against the marshal of the Kings-Bench, and warden of the Fleet. By way of letter to a member.
One that honours God, and loveth his King and countrey. / [Printed in the yeere 1648] Arguments against all accommodation and treaties,: betweene the citie of London, and the ingaged grandees of the Parliament & army. / Written by one that honours God, and loveth his King and countrey.
Reverend minister of the city of London. / [Published in the yeare, 1641] Arguments against bowing at the name of Iesvs proving the unlawfullnesse and injustice of imposing that posture in Gods worship, which is neither injoyned by word of God, nor by the canon of the Church ... / composed abovt five years since by a reverend minister of the city of London.
[1648] Arguments against the Common Councels engagement as also, against a personall treaty with the King.
[1698] Arguments and materials for a register of estates
[1696?] The Arguments and reasons for and against engrafting upon the Bank of England with tallies, &c. as they were debated in a late general court of the said bank : considered in a letter to a friend.
[1621?] Arguments and reasons mentioned in the petition unto the right honourable assembly of the Commons house in Parliament, exhibited by thousands of carpenters, smithes, plaisterers, glasiers, painters, and other handicrafts men. Declaring, first why houses ought to be repaired in the citties of London and Westminster with the suburbes. Secondly, also why forefronts in new building in the said citties and suburbes ought to bee done with timber, and not with stone and bricke, howbeit notwithstanding former proclamations to that effect: whereby it may iustly appeare the Kings Maiesty hath beene abused, and the citties of London and Westminster likewise greatly wronged. First, for reparing. Secondly, for forefronts of timber.
Aucher, John, 1619-1701. / [1650] Arguments and reasons to prove the inconvenience & unlawfulness of taking the new engagement: modestly propounded to all persons concerned.
[1677/8?] Arguments concerning the new buildings in the parishes within the weekly bills of mortality without the city of London
[1647] Arguments for toleration. Publish'd for the satisfaction of all moderate men.
Leeds, Thomas Osborne, Duke of, 1631-1712, defendant. / [1682] The arguments of the Right Honourable the Earl of Danby the second time, at the Court of King's Bench at Westminster, upon his lordship's motion for bail, the 29th day of June, term. Trin. 1682
[1675] Arguments Pro and Con about the Right of baptizing; viz. Whether it ought to be by putting the whole body under water, or only Sprinkling a little water thereon.
W. H. / [1641] Arguments proving the jurisdiction used by the president and counsell in the marches of Wales, over the counties of Glouc., Worcester, Hereford, and Salop to be illegall, and injurious, and a meere incroachment beyond their appointed limits and the proofe is like a threefold cord, not easily broken, viz. [brace] by statutes, by law bookes, by records : whereunto is added a catalogue of part of the manifold grievances to which his majesties subjects are lyable, who live within that jurisdiction.
[1649] The arguments upon the writ of habeas corpus, in the Court of Kings Bench.: Wherein, are learnedly discussed, not onely the severall branches of the said writ, but also many authorities as well of the common as statute law: and divers ancient and obscure records most amply and elaborately debated and cleared. Together, with the opinion of the court thereupon. Whereunto is annexed, the petition of Sir Iohn Elliot Knight, in behalf of the liberty of the subject.
[1654] Argyles arraignment: or, treachery displayed.
[1684] Aristoteles Master-piece, or, The secrets of generation displayed in all the parts thereof ...
[1699] Aristotle's legacy: or, his golden cabinet of secrets opened. In five treatices 1. The wheel of fortune. 2. The art of Palmestry. 3. A treatise of moles 4. The interpreter of dreams. 5. Observations on fortunate and unfortunate days. With many other secrets and experiments, never before published. To which is added, a compleat book of riddles. 1. The fortune teller, or knowledge of good & bad fortune, ... 7. Also the best and most powerful receipt for making love powder. To which are added twenty merry and pleasant riddles, with their solutions or explanations: the whole illustrated throughout with curious cuts, proper to each particular: being the best, most exact, and accomplished book of this nature.
[1699] Aristotle's manual of choice secrets shewing the whole mystery of generation : with receipts to prevent barrenness, and cause conception : very necessary to be known and practiced by all midwives, nurses, & young married women / translated out of Latin by J.P.
[1697] Aristotle's master-piece compleated: in two parts: the first containing the secrets of generation, in all the parts thereof. Treating, of the benefit of marriage, and the prejudice of unequal matches, signs of insufficiency in men or women; of the infusion of the soul; of the likeness of children to parents; of monstrous births; the cause and cure of the green-sickness: a discourse of virginity. Directions and cautions for mid-wives. Of the organs of generation in women, and the fabrick of the womb. The use and action of the genitals. Signs of conception, and whether of a male or female. With a word of advice to both sexes in the act of copulation. And the pictures of several monstrous births, &c. The second part, being a private looking-glass for the female sex. Treating of the various maladies of the womb; and of all other distempers incident to women of all ages, with proper remedies for the cure of each. The whole being more correct, than any thing of this kind hitherto published.
Leybourn, William, 1626-1716. / [1660] Arithmetick: vulgar, decimal, instrumental, algebraical.: In four parts: conteining I Vulgar arithmetick, both in whole numbers and fractions, in a most plain and easie method. II Decimal arithmetick, with the ground and reason thereof, illustrated by divers examples. III Instrumental arithmetick, exactly performing all questions of what nature soever in a decimal way, by scales, with much more ease and facility then can be effected, either by vulgar or decimal arithmetick, the work of reduction being wholly avoided. Nothing in this kind having been hitherto published by any. IV Algebraical arithmetick, conteining an abridgement of the precepts of that art, and the use thereof, illustrated by examples and questions of divers kinds. Whereunto is added the construction and use of several tables of interest and annuities, weights and measures, both of our own and other countries. / By William Leybourn.
Pennyman, John, 1628-1706. / [1671] The ark is begun to be opened, (the waters being somewhat abated) which with some papers and passages given forth by the Lord's servants I am thus to publish ... / John Pennyman.
Gillespie, Patrick, 1617-1675. / [1677] The ark of the covenant opened, or, A treatise of the covenant of redemption between God and Christ, as the foundation of the covenant of grace the second part, wherein is proved, that there is such a covenant, the necessity of it, the nature, properties, parties thereof, the tenor, articles, subject-matter of redemption, the commands, conditions, and promises annexed, the harmony of the covenant of reconciliation made with sinners, wherein they agree, wherein they differ, grounds of comfort from the covenant of suretiship / written by a minister of the New Testament.
[1660?] The ark, its loss and recovery; or, some meditations on the history recorded in the beginning of I Sam. in meeter:
Sedgwick, Obadiah, 1600?-1658. / [1644] An arke against a deluge: or, Safety in dangerous times.: Discovered in a sermon before the honourable House of Commons, at their late extraordinary fast, October 22. 1644. / By Obadiah Sedgwicke, Batchelour in Divinity, and pastour of Coggeshall in Essex. Published by order of the said House.
Brooks, Thomas, 1608-1680. / [1662] An arke for all Gods Noahs in a gloomy stormy day, or, The best wine reserved till last, or, The transcendent excellency of a believers portion above all earthly portions whatsoever discovered in several sermons ... / by Thomas Brooks ...
Polhill, Edward, 1622-1694? / [1682] Armatura Dei, or, A preparation for suffering in an evil day shewing how Christians are to bear sufferings, and what graces are requisite thereunto : suited for all good Christians in this present time / by Edward Polhil ..., Esq.
[printed, 1659] The Armies declaration examined and compared with their declaration May 6. Their petition and addresse May 12. And their petition and representation. Discovering some of their contradictions, lies, calumnies, hypocrisie, and designes. Well worthy observation.
Erbery, William, 1604-1654. / [1648] The armies defence, or, God guarding the camp of the saints, and the beloved city. Shewing, that all oppressions in governors, and government shall case by the appearance of God in the saints. Whether the appearance of God in the Army, with the saints, be in contrariety or enmity to the good spirit and minde of God. Not to rebuke an evil spirit in any, but soberly to enquire whether God doth not act with highest power in the saints, when they are at lowest weakness. And whether it be their weakness to act in this way of povver / by William Erbery.
Jenkins, David, 1582-1663. / [1647] The armies indempnity.:
Smith, Thomas, of St. Alban's. / [1647] The armies last propositions to the commons of England:: wherein they declare, their further resolution, touching the confines of London, and their marching up towards the said city; for the setling of His Majesty in his royall palace at Westminster, and securing of the rights, liberties, and peace of the kingdome. June 28. 1647. Printed and published, to be communicated to the free-borne subjects within the kingdome of England, and principality of Wales.
[1648] The Armies petition: or A nevv engagement of many in the Army, vvho are yet faithfull to the people: being a perfect relation of the late proceedings of the agents of divers regiments of horse : with the manner of their imprisonment, by some officers; with the petition of Col. Riches regiment to the generall for the release of their agents.
[1659] The Armies proposalls to the Parliament of the common-wealth of England, Scotland and Ireland
Rr. / [1649] The armies remembrancer.: Wherein they are presented with a sight of their sinnes and dangers. And also with a Scripture expedient for their preservation. / By a cordiall friend to the kingdomes welfare, Rr.
[1659] The armies vindication of this last change wherein, is plainly demonstrated, the equity, power and right of the army to settle these nations upon the foundations of righteousnesse and freedome : together, with answers to the most material objections made against them.
Arrowsmith, John, 1602-1659. / [1659] Armilla catechetica. A chain of principles; or, An orderly concatenation of theological aphorismes and exercitations; wherein, the chief heads of Christian religion are asserted and improved: by John Arrowsmith, D.D. late master both of St Johns and Trinity-Colledge successively, and Regius professor of Divinity in the University of Cambridge. Published since his death according to his own manuscript allowed by himself in his life time under his own hand.
Morgan, Sylvanus, 1620-1693. / [1666] Armilogia, sive, Ars chromocritica The language of arms by the colours & metals being analogically handled according to the nature of things, and fitted with apt motto's to the heroical science of herauldry in the symbolical world : whereby is discovered what is signified by every honourable partition, ordinary, or charge, usually born in coat-armour, and mythologized to the heroical theam [sic] of Homer on the shield of Achilles : a work of this nature never yet extant / by Sylvanus Morgan ...
T. S. / [Printed Anno Domini 1641] The Arminian haltered, vvho halting betweene two religions, the Protestants and the papists, fell headlong into dispair. Or the wicked life and tragicall death of John Hobson Bachelor in Divinity, and late prebend of Ely.: Being one of the greatest Arminians in this kingdome, who miserablely hanged himselfe, the twelfth of Iuly at Lyn in the county of Norfolke 1641. With a coppie of verses which he writ a little before his death. Also a postscript to advertize all true Christians to embrace the truth of the Gospell. Written by T. S.
Woolton, John, 1535?-1594. / [Anno. 1576] An armoure of proufe very profitable, as well for princes, noble men; and gentlemen, as all other in authoritie, shewing the firme fortresse of defence, and hauen of rest in these troublesome times and perilous dayes. Made by Iohn VVoolton minister of the Gospell.
Hunton, Samuel. / [1653] The Army --- armed, and their just powers stated: or Arguments unansvverable; proving them just and lawfull powers; and governours, and so not usurpers. Likewise a justification of this present Parliament, and Councel of State chosen, and constituted by them for authentique and lawful powers, and governours also, against all opposers whatsoever, conceived usefull for satisfying any one of the said powers scrupulous amongst themselves, so any other conscientious people whatsoever. And lastly, to be even with all sorts of cunning and politique pretenders against any of them, as not lawfull powers and governors, on purpose to countenance disobedience and rebellion, and so raise factions, to the disturbance and endangering of our country. Written immediately upon the dissolution of the late Parliament, and the creation of our new one, but occasionally reserv'd till now. By S.H. Senior.
Loyal lover of peace and truth. / [Printed in the year, 1647] The Army anatomized:: or, A brief & plain display of the humble, honest and religious actings of the General Sir Tho. Fairfax, and his army of saints, toward the good of the King and Parliament, and the whole kingdom, since the famous victory, at Naseby, June 14. 1645. Occasioned upon the serious consideration of 4 Scripture-properties of every true saint and Christian soldier. 1. Whatsoever ye would that men should do unto you ('tis our Saviors own Golden-Rule) even so do ye unto them. Mat. 7. 12. 2. Not to do any evil (a general Rule, which admits of no exception, either in Kings, or in Commanders) that good may come thereof. Rom. 3.8. 3. To abstain from every appearance of evil; much more from every apparent evil. 2 Thes. 5. 22. 4. Do violence, or wrong, to no man; neither accuse any man falsly. Luke 3.14. Now, how Sir Tho. Fairfax's army of saints and Christian soldiers have performed all these, or any of these, shal be faithfully and plainly declared, in 20. following observations. / By a loyal lover of peace and truth; but a hearty contemner of sedition and schism.
[Printed in the yeare, 1659] The Army mastered, or, Great Brittains joy: briefly presented to those true patriots of their countrey, now assembled in Parliament, by thousands of persons well affected to the lawfull authority of these nations.
[1653] The Army no usurpers, or The late Parliament not almighty and everlasting:: shewing, that the present army in their former opposing, and late dissolving of the Parliament, have done nothing contrary to law, but according to equity. And that the late Parliaments claim of power to do what they please, until they should be dissolved by their own consent, is long since made void by their own act.
Lockier, Robert, d. 1649. / [in the yeer 1649] The Army's martyr, or, A more ful relation of the barbarous and illegal proceedings of the court-martiall at White-Hall upon Mr. Robert Lockier who was shot to death in Paul's church-yard upon the 27 day of April, 1649, and a brief narrative of the cause thereof : with his Christian carriage and deportment, and his dying speeches to all his fellow-souldiers at the time of his execution as an everlasting witnesse of his integrity to the rights and freedoms of the Common-Wealth.
Spittlehouse, John. / [1653] The Army vindicated, in their late dissolution of the Parliament: with several cautions and directions in point of a new representative. Published for the satisfaction of all the real and cordial members of the Commonwealth, whose aid and assistance is required herein, by John Spittlehouse, a late member of the Army.
[in the year 1660] The Army's declaration:: being a true alarum in ansvver to a false and fiery one made lately by a member of that destable [sic] Rump and printed for Livewell Chapman. By a member of the Army now in London.
England and Wales. Army. / [1659] The Army's plea for their present practice: tendered to the consideration of all ingenuous and impartial men. Printed and published by special command.
Barrett, Henry, 16th cent. / [Anno. 1549] The armyng of a Christen warrier readie to fyghte with the enemies of our captain and sauioure Iesus Christe to the whiche soldiers, Henry Barret the writer of this rude boke, wisheth health [and] muche increase of faith.
Brusoni, Girolamo, b. 1610. / [1660] Arnaldo, or, The injur'd lover. An excellent new romance. / Written in Italian by the excellent pen of Girolamo Brusoni. Made English by T.S.
Womock, Laurence, 1612-1685. / [1663] Aron-bimnucha, or, An antidote to cure the Calamites of their trembling for fear of the Ark to which is added Mr. Crofton's creed touching church-communion : with a brief answer to the position (pretended to be) taken out of his pocket and added to the end of a scandalous and schismatical pamphlet, entituled Jerubbaal justified.
[169-?] Aron's rod: or a scourge for the malicious slanderers of the tribe of Levi
T. W., fl. 1606. / [1606] The arraignement and execution of the late traytors with a relation of the other traytors, which were executed at Worcester, the 27. of Ianuary last past.
Stoughton, John, d. 1639. / [1640] The arraignement of covetousnesse in three sermons. By John Stoughton, Doctor in Divinitie, sometimes fellow of Immanuel Colledge in Cambridge, late of Aldermanbury, London.
[1641. i.e. 1642] The arraignement of superstition, or, a discourse betweene a Protestant, a glasier, and a separatist. Concerning the pulling downe of church-windowes. Shewing, the good minde of the Protestant, the indifferencie of the glasier, and the puritie and zeale of the seperatist.
Jerome, Stephen, fl. 1604-1650. / [1631 i.e. 1632?] The arraignement of the vvhole creature, at the barre of religion, reason, and experience. Occasioned vpon an inditement preferred by the soule of man against the prodigals vanity and vaine prodigality. Explained, applyed, and tryed in the historie and misterie of that parable. From whence is drawne this doome orthodoxicall, and iudgement divine. That no earthly vanity can satisfie mans heavenly soule. ...
[1607] The arraignement, iudgement, confession, and execution of Humfrey Stafford gentleman Who on the tenth of this present month of Iune, 1607. suffered, at Saint Thomas of Waterings.
Robins, Thomas. / [1675] The arraigning and indicting of Sir John Barley-Corn a man of noble blood, and well beloved in England ... / newly composed by a well wisher to Sir Iohn, and all that loves him, by poor Tom, for the King, a lover of mirth, but a hater of traytors and mischief ; Thomas Robins the author.
[1647 i.e. 1648] The arraignment and acquittal of Sr. Edward Mosely Baronet,: indited at the Kings bench bar for a rape, upon the body of Mistris Anne Swinnerton. Ianuary 28, 1647. / Taken by a reporter there present, who heard all the circumstances thereof, whereof this is a true copy.
Bushell, Bridges, d. 1657. / [1657] The arraignment and condemnation of Cap. Bridges Bushell; declaring the occasion and manner how a soldier was by him slain, about nine years since; for which he was never questioned till midsummer last, 1656. At which time he was apprehended, and upon examination committed to the White Lion prison in Southwark. And at the Lent-Assizes there, anno 1657. recieved the sentence of death; which was accordingly executed. Left behinde him in writing, to the end it might be printed and published.
[1685] The Arraignment and condemnation of the late rebels in the West with a discovery of the rise and grounds of their rebellion.
Cragge, John, Gent. / [1656] The arraignment and conviction of Anabaptism, or, A reply to Master Tombes, his plea for anti-pædobaptists by refutation of his examen of the dispute at Abergaveny and sermon on Mark 16:16 ... / by John Cragge.
Bonhome, Joshua. / [1679] The arraignment and conviction of atheism, or, An exact and clear demonstration by natural arguments that there is a God presented to the view of all, but especially the learned / by Joshua Bonhome.
Castlehaven, Mervyn Touchet, Earl of, 1592?-1631. / [1642 i.e. 1643] The arraignment and conviction of Mervin Lord Audley, Earle of Castlehaven,: (who was by 26. peers of the realm found guilty for committing rapine and sodomy) at Westminster, on Monday, April 25. 1631. By vertue of a commission of oyer and terminer, directed to Sir Thomas Coventry, Lord Keeper of the Great Seale of England, Lord high Steward for that day, accompanied with the judges. As also the beheading of the said Earle shortly after on Tower Hill.
[1661] The arraignment and tryal of the coach-man and foot-boy, on Friday last the 13th. of this present December, 1661. at the Sessions-House in the Old-Bailey, who murthered their royal master the Prince of Transilvania, as he was asleep in his coach near Rochester. Being a perfect and full account of their peaching each other at their examinations before the Lord Mayor, Lord Chief Justice, and the rest of the honourable court. The manner how they were brought in guilty by the jury; with an order thereupon for their being conveyed to Maid-stone in Kent, and the desires of John Jacob to the court thereupon. Together with the trial and condemnation of the 2 souldiers that killed Mr. Grouster the brickler in turn-againlane : the manner of their first quarreling, how they slew him there flight thereupon; and the taking of them afterwards and committing them to Newgate, who on Saturday last vvere both condemned to be hanged for the said murther.
[1650] The arraignment and tryall with a declaration of the Ranters also, several sentences proceedings at the sessions in the Old-Baily, and Councel of War: their protestations and the hanging of one up by the thumbs; with divers penalties to be inflicted upon others. The dancing and revelling of Dr. Buckeridge and his wife, and other gent. dancing all in white, in Berkshire, and their Christmas carol. A dispute between a Ranter in Bridewel, and one that came to see him; with his creed and pater noster: and the names of the false gods they worship. As also, a list of many of the Ranters, from whence they are derived: and of many hundreds of them in England.
Bolton, Samuel, 1606-1654. / [M.DC.XLVI. 1646] The arraignment of errour: or, A discourse serving as a curb to restrain the wantonnesse of mens spirits in the entertainment of opinions; and as a compasse, whereby we may sail in the search and finding of truth; distributed into six main questions. Quest. 1. How it may stand with Gods, with Satans, with a mans own ends, that there should be erroneous opinions? Quest. 2. What are the grounds of abounding errours? Quest. 3. Why so many are carried away with errour? Quest. 4. Who those are that are in danger? Quest. 5. What are the examens, or the trials of opinions, and characters of truth? Quest. 6. What waies God hath left in his Word for the suppressing of errour, and reducing of erroneous persons? Under which generall questions, many other necessary and profitable queries are comprized, discussed, and resolved. And in conclusion of all; some motives, and means, conducing to an happy accommodation of our present differences, are subjoyned. / By Samuel Bolton minister of the Word of God at Saviours-Southwark.
Gearing, William. / [1659] The arraignment of ignorance: or, ignorance. With the causes and kinds of it; the mischiefes and danger of it, together with the cure of ignorance: as also, the excellency, profit, and benefit of heavenly knowledge, largely set forth from Hos. 4. 6. / By W. G. Minister of the word at Lymington in the County of South-hampton.
Oldenbarnevelt, Johan van, 1547-1619. / [1619] The arraignment of Iohn van Olden Barneuelt late Aduocate of Holland and West-Freisland. Containing the articles alleadged against him, and the reasons of his execution, being performed vpon the 13. of May anno 1619. stilo nouo, in the inner court of the Grauen Hage in Holland. Together with a letter written by the Generall States, vnto the particular Vnited Prouinces, concerning the foresaid action. Published by authoritie, and with priuiledge of the States Generall.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1667] The arraignment of popery being a short collection, taken out of the chronicles, and other books, of the state of the church in the primitive times : also, the state of the Papists, and how long it was before the universal pope and mass was set up, and the time of bringing in all their rudiments and traditions, beads and images, purgatory, tythes and inquisitions : also, a relation of their cruelties they acted after the Pope got up, being worse then the heathen and Turk, New Rome having proved like Old : also, what the people of England worshipped before they were Christians : with several other things, which may be profitable for people to read over, where all that fear God may see, read, try, and give judgment by the spirit of truth : to which is added, The blood of the martyrs is the seed of the church / by G.F. and E.H.
Gearing, William. / [1600] The arraignment of pride, or, Pride set forth, with the causes, kinds, and several branches of it: the odiousness and greatness of the sin of pride: the prognosticks of it, together with the cure of it: as also a large description of the excellency and usefulness of the grace of humility: divided into chapters and sections. / By W. Gearing minister of the word at Lymington in Hantshire.
[1660] The arraignment of the Anabaptists good old cause,: vvith the manner and proceedings of the court of iustice against him. Also the names of the jury and witnesses that came in against him, with the sentence of death pronounced by the judge before his execution,.
Sydenham, Humphrey, 1591-1650? / [1626] The arraignment of the Arrian. His beginning. height. fall. In a sermon preached at Pauls Crosse, Iune 4. 1624. Being the first Sunday in Trinitie terme. By Humphry Sydenham Mr. of Arts, and fellow of Wadham Colledge in Oxford.
Lacy, J. / [MDCLXXXV 1685] The arraignment of Thomas Howard, Duke of Norfolk, before the Earl of Shrewsbury, Lord High-Steward of England also, a brief derivation of the most honourable family of the Howards : with an account of what families they are related to by marriages / transcribed out of ancient manuscripts, never before published.
Caryl, Joseph, 1602-1673. / [M.DC.XLV. 1645] The arraignment of unbelief, as the grand cause of our nationall non-establishment: cleared in a sermon to the Honourable House of Commons in Parliament, at Margarets Westminster, upon the 28th. of May, 1645. being the day of their publike fast. / By Joseph Caryl, late preacher to the Honourable Society of Lincolnes-Inne, now pastor at Magnus neer the bridge, London.
Foreest, Pieter van, 1522-1597. / [1623] The arraignment of vrines vvherein are set downe the manifold errors and abuses of ignorant vrine-mongring empirickes, cozening quacksaluers, women-physitians, and the like stuffe ... Collected and gathered as well out of the most ancient, as the moderne and late physitians of our time: and written first in the Latine tongue, and diuided into three bookes by Peter Forrest D. in Physicke ... And for the benefit of our British nations newly epitomized, and translated into our English tongue by Iames Hart Dr. of the foresaid faculty, and residing in the towne of Northampton.
Knightley, Alexander, d. 1696. / [MDCXCVI. 1696] The arraignment, confession, and condemnation of Alexander Knightley: for the horrid and execrable conspiracy to assassinate His sacred Majesty, K. William, in order to a French invasion of this kingdom: at the Kings Bench Bar, Westminster, on the 30th of April, and the 20th and 25th of May.
[1646] The arraignment, conviction, and imprisoning, of Christmas: on St. Thomas day last. And how he broke out of prison in the holidayes and got away, onely left his hoary hair, and gray beard, sticking between two iron bars of a window. With, an hue and cry after Christmas, and a letter from Mr. Woodcock a fellow in Oxford, to a malignant lady in London. And divers passages, between the lady and the cryer, about old Christmas: and what shift he was fain to make to save his life, and great stir to fetch him back again. With other divers witty passages.
[1699] The arraignment, trial, and condemnation of Squire Lottery, alias Royal-Oak Lottery
Friend, John, Sir, d. 1696. / [1696] The arraignment, tryal, and condemnation of Sir John Friend, knight for high treason in endeavouring to procure forces from France to invade this kingdom, and conspiring to levy war in this realm for assisting and abetting the said invasion, in order to the deposing of His Sacred Majesty King William, and restoring the late king : at the sessions-house in the Old-Bayly, on Monday March 23, 1695/6 ...
Parkyns, William, Sir, 1649?-1696. / [1696] The arraignment, tryal, and condemnation of Sir William Parkins Knt. for the most horrid and barbarous conspiracy to assassinate His Most Sacred Majesty King William, and for raising of forces in order to a rebellion, and encouraging a French invasion into this kingdom: who was found guilty of high-treason, March 24 1695/6 at the Sessions-House in the Old-Baily: together with a true copy of the papers delivered by Sir William Parkins, and Sir John Friend to he sheriffs of London and Middlesex, at the time of their execution.
Deane, Francis, d. 1643. / [1643] The arraignment, tryall, conviction, and confession of Francis Deane a salter, and of Iohn Faulkner a strong-water man, (both Annabaptists, and lately received into that sect) for the murther of one Mr. Daniel a soliciter, who was cruelly murthered one night in Elbow-lane, they being apprehended were brought to New-gate on the 24th. day of January last, and for which fact were executed at Tyburne on Munday last, being the 17. of April. 1643. Also whereunto is added an Anabaptists sermon, which was preached at the re-baptizing of a brother at the new or holy Iordan, as they call it neare Bow, or Hackny River; together with the manner how they use to performe their Anabaptisticall ceremonies.
Douglas, Eleanor, Lady, d. 1652. / [Printed in the year, 1650] The arraignment. By the Lady Eleanor:
Philly, John. / [in the year 1664] The arrainment of Christendom containing a revelation of the rys, growth & fulnes of the great whãor, man of sin or mistery of iniquity, with the comsumtion, ruin & utter destruction of the dragon's, beast's & fals profet's power, with the waters on which the whãor sits, & the sea out of which the beast arãos in Christendom. ... Being the trumpet of the Lord sounded forth which giveth a most sãur & certain sound to Leopold the present Roman Emperor, & to the present Pop of Rãom, ... I John, the servant of the most hy God, ... being a prisoner, (with my companions in travel) at a plãas caled Great Gomara, on a certain ysland in Hungaria, ... The living, eternal, & pur power of God moved in me, & revealed unto me that I should wryt, ...
France. Parlement (Paris) / [Anno M. DC. LIII. 1652] Arrest de la cour de Parlement. Les Princes, et toutes les chambres assemblees, le 22 Aoust 1652.: Pour remercier le Roy de Lèsloignement de Cardinal Marzarin, & supplier sa Majesté retourner dans sa bonne ville de Paris; & de rendre le calme à son estat. Avec la declaration de Messieurs les Princes.
France. Parlement (Paris) / [1652] An arrest of the court of Parliament, the princes and all the chambers being assembled, August 22. 1652.: To give thanks to the King for the removall of the Cardinal Mazarin, and to beseech his Majesty to return to his good city of Paris and to give peace to his people. With the declaration of the princes.
H. K. / [1681] An arrest on the East India privatier as per advice and copy sent to its commander Sr. J. C. from H. K. near Hamburgh.
Freke, William, 1662-1744. / [1691] The Arrian's vindication of himself against Dr. Wallis's fourth letter on the Trinity
Paget, John, d. 1640. / [Anno M.DC.XVIII. 1618] An arrovv against the separation of the Brownists. Also an admonition touching Talmudique & rabbinical allegations. By Iohn Paget.
Baiteman, George. / [1653] The arrovv of the Almighty shot out of the creatures bowe, against the uncalled ministers in England. Or, A messages sent to them to forewarn them of their determined destruction, before it fall upon them. Likewise here is shewed, from whence they had their calling into the ministery; and how all people have been decieved by them. Here is also a glass wherein all formalists may see their own deformity, and so seek after that which is the substance, wherein all their deformity shall be done away. Likewise here is opened the mystery of the Lords Supper, and the mystery in Baptism; and how there is a threefold Baptism, having relation to the three fold name of Father, Son, and Holy Ghost; with other truths very needful to be known. All of them being laid down in as brief a manner as possiblemay be, for the use and instruction of the Presbyterians, Independants, and Anabaptists, so called; or for the good of all others who have a minde to seek God in a right way; and in the conclusion, a word to the free-gracians. By Geo. Baitman.
Overton, Richard, fl. 1646. / [1646] An arrow against all tyrants and tyrany,: shot from the prison of New-gate into the prerogative bowels of the arbitrary House of Lords, and all other usurpers and tyrants whatsoever. wherein the originall rise, extent, and end of magisteriall power, the naturall and nationall rights, freedomes and properties of mankind are discovered, and undeniably maintained; ... the late Presbyterian ordinance (invented and contrived by the diviners, and by the motion of Mr. Bacon and Mr. Taet read in the House of Commons) examined, refuted, and exploaded, as most inhumaine, tyranicall and barbarous. / By Richard Overton prerogative archer to the arbitrary House of Lords, their prisoner in New-gate, ... sent by way of a letter from him, to Mr Henry Martin, a Member of the House of Commons. Imprimatur rectat justitia.
Mather, Increase, 1639-1723. / [1684] An arrow against profane and promiscuous dancing drawn out of the quiver of scriptures / by the minister of Christ at Boston in New-England.
Bayly, William, d. 1675. / [1663] An arrow shot against Babylon out of Josephs bow which grew up from the stem of Jesse ... and this is a visitation and warning (once more) from God unto all such rulers, teachers, and people in England who are, or may be persecutors about religion and worship that they may yet flee out of Babylon ... the great whore (which hath set upon nations and reigned over the kings of the earth) that they may partake no longer of her sins ... and this may serve as a glass for all false Christendom to behold themselves ... / by William Bayly.
Pendarves, John, 1622-1656. / [1656] Arrowes against Babylon, or, Certaine quæries serving to a cleere discovery of the mystery of iniquity whereunto are added endeavours for reformation in saints apparrell : with some quæries for the people called Quakers / by John Pendarves.
Abercromby, David, d. 1701 or 2. / [1683] Ars artium, or, The art of divine converse a New-years-gift / by D. Abercromby ...
Salmon, William, 1644-1713. / [M.DC.XCVIII 1698] Ars chirurgica a compendium of the theory and practice of chirurgery in seven books ... shewing the names, causes, signs, differences, prognosticks, and various intentions of curing all kinds of chirurgick diseases ... : to which is added Pharmacopoeia chirurgica, or, The medical store, Latin and English ... / by William Salmon ...
Gardiner, Robert, 17th/18th cent. / [1690] Ars clericalis, the art of conveyancing explained being a collection gathered with great care and industry, out of the many books of the law : wherein the nature and effect of such deeds and instruments, by which lands are conveyed from one man to another, are clearly demonstrated : also the forms and orderly parts which ought to be observed in deeds and conveyances are laid open and explained / by R.G., Gent.
[1532?] Ars moriendi. Here begynneth a lytell treatyse shortlye compyled, and called Ars moriendi/that is to saye the crafte to dye, for the helth of manes soule.
Cruys, Francis. / [1698] Ars nova natandi, or, New swimming girdles: that will safely support a man from drowning, in any kind of water; with many other conveniencies. By Francis Cruys, gent.
Browne, Alexander, fl. 1660-1677. / [1669] Ars pictoria, or, An academy treating of drawing, painting, limning, and etching to which are added thirty copper plates expressing the choicest, nearest and most exact grounds and rules of symetry / collected out of the most eminent Italian, German, and Netherland authors by Alexander Browne ...
[1682] The Art and mystery of vintners and wine-coopers containing approved directions for the conserving and curing all manner and sorts of wines, whether Spanish, Greek, Italian, or French, very necessary for all sorts of people.
Durant, John, student in physick. / [1697] Art and nature joyn hand in hand. Or, The poor mans daily companion Wherein is shew'd for two pence charge, how you may cure any distempers incident to humane bodys: as first, the magical and physical vertues of beasts and birds, of trees and herbs, ... for curing of most diseases astrologically; a brief treatise of urines, as well of mens as of womens, to judge by the colour ... also a charme to know whether the sick party shall live or die; also to cure the Kings evil, ... against wry-necks, quartane agues, for one that cannot make water; how to make the true antidote powder called, the orvietane of Rome: to take away pearls, and films from the eyes; elixir vitæ, or, elixir of life, Gascoynes powder, the royal styptich water, which stops blood in an instant, also good for watery eyes, rheumatick eyes, inflamations in your eyes, pin, or web, and strengthens them to admiration; with many other things worthy of note. By John Durant, student in physick...
[1696] The Art of assassinating kings taught Lewis XIV and James II by the Jesuites : wherein is discovered the secret of the last conspiracy form'd at Versailles in Sep. 1695, against the life of William III, King of Great Britain, and discover'd at White-Hall, Feb. 1695/6.
[1691] The Art of catechising, or, The compleat catechist in four parts ...
[1663] The Art of chirurgery explained in six parts part I. Of tumors, in forty six chapters, part II. Of ulcers, in nineteen chapters, part III. Of the skin, hair and nails, in two sections and nineteen chapters, part IV. Of wounds, in twenty four chapters, part V, Of fractures, in twenty two chapters, Part VI. Of luxations, in thirteen chapters : being the whole Fifth book of practical physick / by Daniel Sennertus ... R.W., Nicholas Culpepper ... Abdiah Cole ...
Thibaut, P. (Pierre) / [1675] The art of chymistry as it is now practiced / written in French by P. Thibaut ... ; and now translated into English by a fellow of the Royal Society.
S. C. / [1673] The art of complaisance, or, The means to oblige in conversation
[1688] The Art of courtship; or, The School of delight. Containing amorous dialogues, complemental expressions, poems, letters and discourses upon sundry occasions, relating to love and business: Pleasant new songs, and directions for courtship and behaviour: And rules for carving flesh, fish, fowl; and cutting up pastry: Also to distinguish the best pieces, and decently to serve a table after the most modish and courtly manner. : With other delightful and profitable things, necessary for the accomplishment of all persons. : To which is added, the significance of moles, in any part of the body, in relation to good and bad fortunes. : As likewise, the interpretation of dreams, as they presage happiness or unhappiness to men and women, in all stations and conditions. : Very profitable and advantageous to all persons.
[1697] The Art of cuckoldom, or, The intrigues of the city-wives
[1700?] The Art of defence in which the several sorts of guards, passes, and disarmes, &c are represented by proper figures with their respective explications.
Leybourn, William, 1626-1716. / [1669] The art of dialling performed geometrically, by scale and compasses, arithmetically, by the canons of sines and tangents, instrumentally, by a trigonal instrument, accommodated with lines for that purpose by William Leybourn ...
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 ...
Bellarmino, Roberto Francesco Romolo, Saint, 1542-1621. / [1621] The art of dying well. Deuided into tvvo books. / Written by Roberto Bellarmine of the Society of Iesus, and Cardinall. ; Translated into English for the benefit of our countreymen, by C.E. of the same Society.
Hughes, George, 1603-1667. / [1642] The art of embalming dead saints,: discovered in a sermon preached at the funerall of Master William Crompton, the late reverend and faithfull pastor of the church in Lanceston Cornwall. Ianuary the fifth, 1641. By G. Hughes. B.D. Pastor of the church in Tavistocke Devon.
Le Muet, Pierre, 1591-1669. / [1670] The art of fair building represented in the figures of several uprights of houses, with their ground-plots, fitting for persons of several qualities : wherein is divided each room and office according to their most convenient occasion, with their heights, depths, lengths, and breadths according to proportion : with rules and directions for the placing of the doors, vvindows, chimnies, beds, stairs, and other conveniencies ... : also a description of the names and proportions of the members belonging to the framing of the timber-work, with directions and examples for the placing of them / by Pierre Le Muet ... ; published in English by Robert Pricke ...
[1691] The Art of getting money by double-fac'd wagers, or, Cross and pile whether Mons be taken, or no? a dialogue between a courtier, a citizen, and a sharper of the town : the scene, Jonathan's coffe-house.
Neri, Antonio, d. 1614. / [1662] The art of glass wherein are shown the wayes to make and colour glass, pastes, enamels, lakes, and other curiosities / written in Italian by Antonio Neri ; and translated into English, with some observations on the author ; whereunto is added an account of the glass drops made by the Royal Society, meeting at Gresham College.
R. T. / [in the year, 1675] The art of good husbandry, or, The improvement of time being a sure way to get and keep money. Wherein is prescribed several ruls [sic] for merchants, shop-keepers, and mechanick tradesmen, (as well servants as masters) how they may husband their time to the best advantage; the loss whereof is the sole cause of poverty in this city and nation. Likewise the loss of a mans time spent in a tavern, coffee-house, or ale-house, computed. Also instructions to all sorts of people, how to order their business for the future, both to the enriching of themselves and their families. In a letter to Mr. R.A. by R.T. With permission, August 7th 1675. Roger L'Estrange.
Nye, Nathaniel, b. 1624. / [1647] The art of gunnery. Wherein is described the true way to make all sorts of gunpowder, guu-match [sic], the art of shooting in great and small ordnance: excellent ways to take heights, depths, distances, accessible, or inaccessible, either single or divers distances at one operation: to draw the map or plot of any city, town, castle, or other fortified place. To make divers sorts of artificiall fire-works, both for war and recreation, also to cure all such wounds that are curable, which may chance to happen by gunpowder or fire-works. This treatise is composed for the help of all such gunners and others, that have charge of artillery, and are not well versed in arithmetick and geometry : all the rules and directions in this book, being framed both with and without the help of arithmetick. By Nathanael Nye mathematician, master gunner of the city of Worcester.
Blome, Richard, d. 1705. / [MDCLXXXV 1685] The art of heraldry in two parts : the first concisely comprehending all necessary rules in the said art, with many useful examples of bearing, to facilitate the way of blazening any coat of armor : the second part giving a full account of the priviledges [sic], dignities &c. of the nobility and gentry of England : together with the achievements of each degree &c. according to the excellent method of Guillim's Heraldry, the whole illustrated with fifty two proper sculptures, for the better explanation thereof.
Rid, Samuel. / [1614] The art of iugling or legerdemaine Wherein is deciphered, all the conueyances of legerdemaine and iugling, how they are effected, and wherein they chiefly consist. Cautions to beware of cheating at cardes and dice. The detection of the beggerly art of alcumistry. And, the foppery of foolish cousoning charmes. All tending to mirth and recreation, especially for those that desire to haue the insight and priuate practise thereof. By S.R.
Harrington, James, 1611-1677. / [1659] The art of law-giving in III books ... : to which is added an appendix concerning an House of Peers / by J. Harrington.
Spencer, Thomas, fl. 1628-1629. / [1628] The art of logick deliuered in the precepts of Aristotle and Ramus. VVherein 1. The agreement of both authors is declared. 2. The defects in Ramus, are supplyed, and his superfluities pared off, by the precepts of Aristotle. 3. The precepts of both, are expounded and applyed to vse, by the assistance of the best schoolemen. By Tho: Spencer.
[1676] The art of making love, or, Rules for the conduct of ladies and gallants in their amours
Willis, John, d. 1625. / [1621] The art of memory so far forth as it dependeth vpon places and idea's[sic] Written first in Latine, by Iohn Willis Bachelour in Diuinitie: and now published in English by the said author, with such alternations thereof as seemed needful.
Leybourn, William, 1626-1700? / [1667] The art of numbring by speaking-rods, vulgarly termed Nepeirs bones by which the most difficult parts of arithmetick, as multiplication, division, and extracting of roots both square and cube, are performed with incredible celerity and exactness (without any charge to the memory) by addition and subtraction only / published by W.L.
[Smith, Marshall, fl. 1693]. / [1693] The art of painting according to the theory and practise of the best Italian, French, and Germane masters. Treating of the antiquity of painting. The reputation it always had. The characters of several masters. Proportion. Action and passion. The effects of light. Perspective. Draught. Colouring. Ordonnance. Far more compleat and compendious then hath yet been publisht by any, antient or modern. The second edition. By M.S. gent.
La Framboisière, Nicholas Abraham de, b. 16th cent. / [1684] The art of physick made plain & easie by the learned D. Fambresarius ... ; translated out of his famous book De schola medecin by J.P.
Vaumorière, M. de (Pierre Ortigue), 1610-1693. / [1691] The art of pleasing in conversation written by the famous Abbott Richlieu ; translated out of French.
[1685] The Art of preaching to a parson.
Venette, Nicolas, 1633-1698. / [1685] The art of pruning fruit-trees with an explanation of some words which gardiners make use of in speaking of trees, and a tract, Of the use of the fruits of trees for preserving us in health or for curing us when we are sick / translated from the French original set forth the last year by a physician of Rochelle.
Astley, John, d. 1595. / [1584] The art of riding set foorth in a breefe treatise, with a due interpretation of certeine places alledged out of Xenophon, and Gryson, verie expert and excellent horssemen: wherein also the true vse of the hand by the said Grysons rules and precepts is speciallie touched: and how the author of this present worke hath put the same in practise, also what profit men maie reape thereby: without the knowledge whereof, all the residue of the order of riding is but vaine. Lastlie, is added a short discourse of the chaine or cauezzan, the trench, and the martingale: written by a gentleman of great skill and long experience in the said art.
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, 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.
Twittee, Thomas, b. 1596. / [1643] The art of salvation preached first at Saint Maries in Oxford, and now published by Thomas Tvvittee ...
Willis, John, d. 1625. / [1602] The art of stenographie teaching by plaine and certaine rules, to the capacitie of the meanest, and for the vse of all professions, the way of compendious writing. Wherevnto is annexed a very easie direction for stegan'ographie, or, secret writing.
Thévenot, M. (Melchisédech), 1620?-1692. / [1699] The art of swimming illustrated by proper figures with advice for bathing / by Monsìeur Thevenot ; done out of French ; to which is prefixed a prefatory discourse concerning artificial swimming, or keeping ones self above water by several small portable engines, in case of danger.
[1674] The art of thriving or, the way to get and keep money: being, a seasonable caution to slothful drones and prodigal spend-thrifts: containing sundry excellent rules and observations for promoting good-husbandry, and banishing idleness and profuseness, the certain parents of poverty: principally intended for an admonition to youth, but necessary to be practiced by all persons in these hard times; and to be set up in every family.
Powell, Thomas, 1572?-1635? / [1635 i.e. 1636] The art of thriving. Or, The plaine path-way to preferment. Together with The mysterie and misery of lending and borrowing. As also a table of the expence of time and money. Published for the common good of all sorts, &c.
Davies, Edward, gentleman. / [1619.] The art of vvar, and Englands traynings; plainely demonstrating the dutie of a priuate souldier; with the office of each seuerall officer belonging to a foot-company: and the martiall lawes of the field. : As also, the office and charge belonging to the command of a colonell; the exercise of trayning or drilling: with diuers other necessary and profitable disciplined notes and obseruations. / By Edw. Davies gentleman..
Gaya, Louis de. / [1678] The art of war and the way that it is at present practised in France in two parts : wherein the duties and functions of all the officers of horse and foot, artillery and provisions from the general of the army to the private souldier are treated of ... written in French by Louis de Gaya ... ; translated for publick satisfaction and advantage.
Du Praissac, Sieur. / [1639] The art of warre, or Militarie discourses of leavying, marching, encamping; and embattailing an armie. Of building, defending, and expugning forts and fortified cities. Of ordinance, petards, and fireworks. Of the severall duties of officers, and souldiers. Of the Grecian, and Romane militia, and forming of battaillons; &c. By the Lord of Praissac. Englished by I.C.
Zepper, Wilhelm, 1550-1607. / [1599] The art or skil, well and fruitfullie to heare the holy sermons of the church written first in Latin, by a godly minister named Gulielmus Zepperus ; and now truly translated into English by T.W. ...
Penkethman, John. / [1638] Artachthos or A new booke declaring the assise or weight of bread not onely by troy weight, according to the law, but by avoirdupois weight the common weight of England at what price soever, not exceeding five pound the quarter of wheate, shall be sold in the market and conteining divers orders and articles made and set forth by the right honourable the Lords and others of his Majesties most honourable privie Councell, for the making and assising of all sorts of bread lawfull and vendible, within this realme ... whereunto is prefixed a briefe and plaine introduction to the art of numeration ... And lastly hereunto is added. A true relation or collection of the most remarkeable dearths and famines which have happened in England since the comming in of William the Conquerour, as also the rising and falling of the price of wheate and other graine, with the severall occasions thereof.
Ovid, 43 B.C.-17 or 18 A.D. / [1662] De arte amandi ; and, The remedy of love, Englished Ovid ; as also, The lovs [sic] of Hero & Leander, a mock-poem ; together with choice poems and rare pieces of drollery.
Jones, John, physician. / [Anno. 1579] The arte and science of preseruing bodie and soule in healthe, wisedome, and Catholike religion phisically, philosophically, and diuinely deuised: by Iohn Iones phisition. Right profitable for all persones: but chiefly for princes, rulers, nobles, byshoppes, preachers, parents, and them of the Parliament house.
Hull, John, 1569 or 70-1627. / [1602] The arte of Christian saylinge. Or a comfortable treatis written on these words of the prophet Dauid in the 55. Psal. 22. 23. verses.
Puttenham, George, d. 1590. / [1589] The arte of English poesie Contriued into three bookes: the first of poets and poesie, the second of proportion, the third of ornament.
Machiavelli, Niccolò, 1469-1527. / [1562 (April)] The arte of warre, written first in Italia[n] by Nicholas Machiauell, and set forthe in Englishe by Peter Whitehorne, studient at Graies Inne: with an addicio[n] of other like marcialle feates and experimentes, and in a table in the ende of the booke maie appere
Rochester, John Wilmot, Earl of, 1647-1680. / [MDCLXXIX. 1679] Artemisa to Cloe. A letter from a lady in the tovvn to a lady in the country; concerning the loves of the tovvn: / by a person of quality.
Racan, Honorat de Bueil, marquis de, 1589-1670. / [1626] L'artenice
France. Sovereign (1589-1610 : Henry IV) / [1593] Articles accorded for the truce generall in France. Faythfully translated out of the French coppy; printed by Fredericke Morel: ordinarye printer to the King
[1642] Articles against the Lord Mandevill, Mr. Iohn Pym, M. Denzell Hollis, Sir Arthur Hazelrig, Mr. Hambden, and Mr. Strowd also the French and Spanish fleet arrived at Ireland, for the assistance of the rebels there : being a true relation of the Spanish fleet arrived in Ireland to ayd and assist the rebels there against the Protestants, speaking of their inhumane cruelty : with a description how the Popes nuncio came unto the King of Spaine, and instigated him thereunto : as also, of the Spanish oath, which they tooke at the first arrival against all Protestants whatsoever : likewise a relation of the French navie now lately arrived at the Irish coast, with the full number of both fleets, in a most true and exact relation.
[16461 sic, i.e. 1646] Articles agreed by the Duke D'Anguien, Lieutenant Generall of the Kings army in Flanders and Luxenburgh, to the Marquesse De Leden, for the rendition of Dunkirke, and Fort Leon, to the obedience of the King of France. Also, a letter from Chester; containing the surrender of Denbigh-Castle in North-Wales; to be agreed, to be delivered to Major Generall Mitton. And the last newes from Ireland. Octob. the 19. 1646. These papers are examined, and published according to order of Parliament.
Church of England. / [mense Iunij. An. do. M .D.LIII 1553] Articles agreed on by the bishoppes, and other learned menne in the synode at London, in the yere of our Lorde Godde, M.D.LII. for the auoiding of controuersie in opinions, and the establishement of a godlie concorde, in certeine matiers of religion.
Eglises réformées de France. Synode national (1623 : Charenton-le-Pont) / [1623] Articles agreed on in the nationall synode of the Reformed Churches of France, held at Charenton neere Paris, in the moneth of September, 1623 Which the same ordaineth to be inuiolably kept in all the churches and vniversities of that realme.
Frederick Henry, Prince of Orange, 1584-1647. / [1629] Articles agreed upon and granted by his Excelencie, and the deputies of the high and mighty Lords, the States Generall of the Vnited Prouinces: vnto the clergie, magistrates, burgers, and inhabitants of the towne of Boisleduke, or the Busse.
Church of England. / [1688] Articles agreed upon by the archbishops and bishops of both provinces and the whole clergy in the convocation holden at London in the year MDLXII for the avoiding of diversities of opinions and for the stablishing of consent touching true religion.
England and Wales. Parliament. / [1642] Articles and acts of Parliament taken out of the records of the tower shewing how traytors have seduced the King by wicked counsell to take him from his Parliament and to raise warre against them ... : with the Earle
England and Wales. Army. / [1648] The articles and charge of the Army, exhibited in Parliament against the Kings Majesty, the Prince of Wales, and the Duke of York; read in both Houses yesterday, Novemb. 21. 1648, and their declaration and resolution (sent to the citizens of London) shewing the manner how they will dispose of the crown of England. With their proposals touching the declaring of their Highnesses incapable of any government or trust whatsoever, and to stand exild, and be banisht for ever as enemies and traytors. And to dye without mercy, if ever after taken, in case they come not in at the hour set down and prefixed. And the Generals declaration touching the King. Agreed upon by the Generall Councell of the Army; and commanded to be printed and published. Signed T. Fairfax.
[Octob. 20. 1648] The articles and charge of the officers and souldiers in the armie concerning the Kings Majesty, and all persons whatsoever, who shall endeavour to re-inthrone Him, or to act or speak in His Majesties behalf, till he shall be acquitted of the guilt of shedding innocent bloud. And their declaration and proposals, concerning King, Lords, and Commoners; presented to the Lord General Fairfax. With his excellencies letter to the Parliament, concerning the army. Read in the House of Commons on Wednesday last, October 18, 1648.
[Printed 1641] The articles and charge proved in Parliament against Doctor Walton, minister of St. Martins Orgars in Cannon street.: VVherein his subtile tricks, and Popish innovations are discovered; as also the consultations, and assistance he hath had therein by the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Bishop of Rochester, Mr. Brough, and Mr. Baker to effect the same. As also his impudence in defaming the honourable members of the House of Commons, by scandalous aspersions and abusive language.
[1648] The articles and conditions of the perpetuall peace: concluded between the most potent King of Spaine, &c. on the one partie, and the high and mightie Lords, the States Generall of the Vnited Netherlands, on the other partie, subscribed and sealed the 13th. of Ianuary, 1648. At Munster.
Company of Adventurers for the Plantation of the Islands of Eleutheria. / [1647] Articles and orders, made and agreed upon the 9th day of July, 1747 and in the three and twentieth year of the raign of our soveraign Lord Charles, by the grace of God, King of England, Scotland, France, and Ireland, defender of the faith, &c. / by the Company of Adventurers for the Plantation of the Islands of Eleutheria, formerly called Buhama in America, and the adjacent islands to be observed and by all and singular adventurers, to planters and dwellers upon, and all resiants [sic] at the same islands.
Scotland. Army. / [1643] Articles and ordinances of vvarre for the present expedition of the Army of the kingdome of Scotland. By the Committee of Estates, and his Excellence, the Lord Generall of the Army.
Scotland. Parliament. Committee of Estates. / [1650] Articles and ordinances of war, by the Committee of Estates, and his Excellence, the Lord Generall of the Army.
Scotland. Army. / [1640] Articles and ordinances of warre for the present expedition of the armie of the kingdome of Scotland. By his Excellence, the Lord Generall of the armie.
Scotland. Army. / [1644] Articles and ordinances of warre:: for the present expedition of the army of the kingdome of Scotland. By the Committee of Estates, and his Excellence, the Lord Generall of the army.
England and Wales. Army. / [1678] Articles and rules, for the better government of His Majesties forces in Scotland
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Norwich. Archdeacon (1668-1676 : Raynolds) / [1677] Articles collected out of the rubrick of the Book of common-prayer, and other ecclesiastical laws now in force. For the help and assistance of the church-wardens and side-men (with the assistance of their ministers) of every parish within the Arch-Deaconry of Norwich in the visitation of the Reverend John Reynolds M.A. Arch-Deacon of the Arch-Deaconry of Norwich. In the year of our Lord God 1677. Owen Hughes Dr. of Laws, official.
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Norfolk. Archdeacon (1661-1698 : Reynolds) / [1671] Articles collected out of the rubrick of the Book of common-prayer, and other ecclesiastical laws now in force. For the help and assistance of the church-wardens and side-men (with the assistance of their ministers) of every parish within the Arch-Deaconry of Norfolk. In the visitation of the Reverend Edward Reynolds M.A. Arch-Deacon of the Arch-Deaconry of Norfolk. In the year of our Lord God 1671. Sir Justinian Lewyn knight, and Dr. of Laws, official.
Church of England. Diocese of Lincoln. / [1697] Articles concerning matters ecclesiastical; to be enquired of within the diocese of Lincoln,: at the primary visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God James lord bishop of that diocese. : Anno Domini 1697.
England and Wales. Privy Council. / [1591] Articles concerning the Admirality of England, and the iurisdiction thereof. 21. Iulij. Anno Domini. 1591. Regnique serenissimæ Dominæ Elizabethæ Reginæ tricesimo tertio
England and Wales. Privy Council. / [ca. 1618] [Articles concerning the admiralty of England, and the iurisdiction thereof]
[May 11. 1646] Articles concerning the surrender of Newark to the Commissioners of both kingdoms: and sent from Colonel General Poyntz to the Honorable William Lenthal Esq; Speaker of the Honorable House of Commons, by Lieutenant Colonel Carleton, his adjutant general. Which articles were read in the House of Commons, May 9. Ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that these articles be forthwith printed and published. H: Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.
[1646] Articles concerning the surrender of Oxford
[A.D.1646] Articles concerning the surrender of VVorcester
[1591] Articles concerning the yeelding of the cittie of Grenoble into the Kings obedience agreed vpon betweene the Lord Desdiguiers, and the committies of the countrey. Togither with the besieging and yeelding vp of Chartres. Faithfully translated out of the French coppie printed at Tours, by E.A.
[Iune 24. 1646] Articles concluded & agreed on for the surrender of Oxford & Farringdon to His Excellency Sir Tho: Fairfax,: upon Wednesday the 24th of this instant June: and read in the Honourable House of Commons, June 23. 1646. In regard there is many short and imperfect copies abroad, this true copy is set forth to prevent abuses. Ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that these articles be forthwith printed and published: H: Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.
[1695?] Articles concluded and agreed upon by the Society of the White-writing and Printing Paper Manufactory of Scotland,: in a general meeting at Edinburgh the nineteen day of August one thousand six hundred and ninety five years, in the terms whereof partners are to be assumed.
France. Sovereign (1610-1643 : Louis XIII) / [1619] Articles concluded and agreed vpon by the Lords, the Cardinalls, de la Roche-Foucaud, and de Bethune, in the name of the King of France, to the Queene Mother. Together with certaine letters interchangeably sent betweene the said king and the Queene-Mother. Translated out of the French copie.
England and Wales. / [1606] Articles concluded at Paris the xxiiij of February 1605, stylo Angliæ, by commissioners of the high and mightie kings, Iames by the grace of God King of Great Britaine, France, and Ireland, defender of the faith, &c. and Henrie the Fourth most Christian French king, and King of Nauar, for the more commodious entercourse in traffique betweene their subiects
Scotland. Army. / [1648] Articles concluded upon by the officers and souldiers now in armes by authority of the Parliament of the kingdom of Scotland. Together with, The answer of the noblemen and gentlemen now in armes for the covenant.
[1574] Articles conteining the request presented to the French Kyng by the deputies of the reformed churches of the cou[n]trey of Languedoc and other places adioyning, assembled by His Maiesties commaundement also an other request to him presented by the persons of the third estate of the cou[n]trey of Prouence, vvith His Maiesties answere to the sayd requests : also an aunswere of the Lord Lodouic Counte of Nassau to the aduertisements giuen him from the Kyng / translated out of French.
England and Wales. Sovereign (1509-1547 : Henry VIII) / [An. M.D.XXXIIII 1534 cum priuilegio] Articles devisid by the holle consent of the kynges moste honourable counsayle, his gracis licence opteined therto, not only to exhorte, but also to enfourme his louynge subiectis of the trouthe.
Church of England. / [1621] Articles ecclesiastical to be enquired of by the church-wardens and sworne-men within the [blank] in the visitation of the [blank] and in the ([blank] yeere of the reigne of our most dread soueraigne lord King Iames)
Church of England. Diocese of Hereford. Bishop (1586-1602 : Westfaling) / [1586] Articles ecclesiasticall to be inquired of by the churchwardens and the sworne-men within the dioces of Hereford in the first visitation of the reuerend father in God, Harbart Bishop of the said dioces: this present yeare M. D.LXXXVI. and in the XXVIII. yeare of the raigne of our most gracious soueraigne Lady Queene Elizabeth, &c. And so hereafter, till the next visitation, & from titme to time to be presented.
Church of England. Diocese of Hereford. Bishop (1586-1602 : Westfaling) / [1592] Articles ecclesiasticall to be inquired of by the churchwardens and the sworne-men within the dioces of Hereforde in the visitation of the reuerend father in God, Harbart Bishop of the saide dioces, this present yeare M.D.LXXXXII. and in the XXXIIII. yeare of the raigne of our most gratious soueraigne lady Queene Elizabeth, &c. and so hereafter till the next visitation, & from time to time to bee presented.
[1642] Articles exhibited against Benjamin Spencer, minister of S. Thomas Parish in Southwarke, in the right honourable and high Court of Parliament for which his living was sequestred together with a charge grounded thereupon, and his answer thereunto, with his reasons of printing the same.
[Printed 1644] Articles exhibited against Clonell [sic] Edward King, for his indolencies and misdemeanors in the county of Lincolne, to the Honourable, the House of Commons in August 1644. / by Master Mussenden, Master Wolley, and divers others of the c[o]mmittee of Lincolne.
[1648] Articles exhibited against the King, and the charge of the Army, against His Majesty; drawn up by the Generall Councell of Officers, for the speedy executing of impartiall justice upon his person; and the time, place, and manner of his tryall. Also, a message to His Majesty concerning the same; and his declaration and proposals touching the Crown of England, and the government thereof; and the resolution of the Army in order thereunto. Likewise, the declaration of the citizens of London, concerning the tryall of the King; and proposals to the Lord Gen. Fairfax, for liberty and freedom. With a joyfull and satisfactory answer thereunto.
England and Wales. Parliament. / [Printed in the yeare 1640 i.e. 1641] Articles exhibited in Parliament against William Archbishop of Canterbury, Feb. 25. 1640. Published by a true and perfect copy:
[Printed in the yeare, 1641] Articles exhibited in Parliament, against Master Iohn Squire, viccar of Saint Leonard Shoreditch, August 7th. 1641.
[1641] Articles exhibited in the Parliament against VVilliam Beale, Doctor of Divinity, and Master of St. Johns Colledge in the Vniversity of Cambridge, August the 6th, 1641
Inchiquin, Murrough O'Brien, Earl of, 1614-1674. / [1647] Articles exhibited to the Honourable House of Commons assembled in Parliament, against the Lord Inchiquine Lord president of Munster,: subscribed by the Lord Broghill and Sir Arthur Loftus Knight. Together with a full and cleare answer their unto made whereby it appeares that the said articles are false scandalous and full of groundlesse aspersions. Subscribed by Rich. Gething Secretary to the said Lord President.
Scotland. Commissioners for Regulating the Judicatories. / [1670] Articles for regulating of the judicatories, &c set down by the commissioners thereunto authorized by His Majesty, under the Great Seal: with His Majesties approbation thereof prefixed thereunto.
England and Wales. Privy Council. / [1564?] Articles for the due execution of the statutes of apparell, and for the reformation of the outragious excesse thereof, growen of late time within the realme: deuysed vpon the Quenes Maiesties commaundement, by aduise of her counsell, the .vi. of May. Anno.M D LXII.
[1648] Articles for the surrender of Colchester and all the ordnance, armes and ammunition.: With a letter of submission from the Earle of Norwich, the Lord Capell. &c. to his Excellency the Lord Fairfax. Also the taking of the whole party of the Scottish horse which fled with Duke Hamilton to Utcester in Staffordshire, by the Lord Grey and Major Generall Lambert, with the Particulars thereof, viz. Taken Duke Hamilton. 17. lords. 7. colonells. 3. lieutenant-coloness. 20. captains. 100. other officers. 20. colours. 3500. prisoners. 3500. horses. 6. waggons of the dukes laden witb treasure, with his George, rich skarfe, and good store of other booty.
Church of England. Diocese of Ely. Bishop (1667-1675 : Laney) / [1671] Articles for visitation concerning certain matters ecclesiastical exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens and side-men of every parish within the Diocess of Ely in the second episcopal visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God Benjamin by divine permission Lord Bishop of Ely.
Church of England. Diocese of Ely. / [M.DC.LXXIV. 1674] Articles for visitation concerning certain matters ecclesiastical: exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens and side-men of every parish within the Diocess of Ely. In the third Episcopal visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God Benjamin by divine permission Lord Bishop of Ely.
Church of England. Diocese of Ely. / [M DC LXVIII i.e. 1668] Articles for visitation concerning certain matters ecclesiastical: exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens, and side-men of every parish within the Diocess of Ely. In the primory episcopal visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God Benjamin by divine permission Lord Bishop of Ely.
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Sudbury. / [M.DC.LXXII. i.e. 1672] Articles for visitation concerning certain matters ecclesiastical: exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens and side-men of every parish within the arch-deaconry of Sudbury. In the fifth visitation of John Spencer D.D. Archdeacon of Sudbury.
Church of England. / [1664] Articles given by [...] and delivered to the church-wardens to be considered and answered in his visitation holden in the year of our Lord God [...] : whereunto the said church-wardens and side-men are upon their oathes to answer truly and particularly.
Church of England. / [M.DC.LXXI i.e. 1671] Articles given by [blank] and delivered to the church-wardens to be considered and answered in his visitation holden in the year of our Lord God [blank].
France. Sovereign (1589-1610 : Henry IV) / [1612] Articles made and published by the king of France, touching the re-establishment and re-appeale of the Iesuits to their liberties in France with a sentence or decree made and published against them, by the court of Parliament in Paris, the 23. day of December last past, 1611.
Church of England. Diocese of Chichester. Bishop (1596-1605 : Watson) / [1600] Articles ministred by the reuerend father in God. Anthony by the grace of God Bishop of Chichester to the churchwardens throughout the whole diocesse of Chichester, at the visitation begun there the 6 of September 1600, and to bee enquired of quarterly within the saide diocesse.
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Nottingham. Archdeacon (1590-1611 : King) / [1599] Articles ministred in the visitation of the right worshipfull maister Iohn King Archdeacon of Nottingham, in the yeare of our Lord God. 1599
Netherlands. Sovereign (1598-1621 : Albert and Isabella) / [1609] Articles, of a treatie of truce. Made and concluded in the towne and citie of Antvverp, the 9. of April 1609. betweene the commissioners of the most excellent Princes, Arch-dukes Albert and Isabella Clara Eugenia, as well in the name of the Catholicke Kings Maiestie, as in their owne. Together with the commissioners and deputies of the renowmed Lords, the Estates Generall of the Vnited Prouinces of the Low-countryes: and that through the mediation and with the aduice of the Lords Ambassadors of the most Christian Kings, and of Great Britaine. At the Haghe by Hillebrant Iacobz, printer ordinarie to the Lords of the States Generall of the Vnited Prouinces of the Low-countreyes.
England and Wales. Parliament. / [1642] Articles of accusation and impeachment of the House of Commons, and all the Commons of England against VVilliam Pierce Doctor of Divinitie and Bishop of Bath and Wells.:
[1641] Articles of accusation exhibited by the Commons House of Parliament now assembled against St. John Bramston, Knight, Sr. Robert Berkley, Knight justices of His Majesites bench, Sr. Francis Crawley, Knight, one of the justices of the Common-pleas, Sr. Humphrey Davenport, Knight, Sr. Richard Weston, Knight, and Sr. Thomas Trevor, Knight, barons of His Majesties Exchequer.
[1670] Articles of agreement & subscription between his highness Prince Rupert, and divers noble and honourable persons, and others, undertakers for working of mines royal, in the counties of Cardigan & Merioneth, in the principality of Wales.
[1647] Articles of agreement already concluded upon, betwixt the Kings Majesty, and his Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax and the army under his command Expressing their mutual concord for the sudden settlement of peace in his Majesties three kingdoms, England, Scotland and Ireland. Commanded to be forthwith printed and published.
[1643] Articles of agreement between his excellency Prince Maurice and the Earle of Stamford vpon the delivery of the city of Excester the fifth of September, 1643 together with a letter relating the Earle of Stamfords proceedings in the west.
France. Sovereign (1643-1715 : Louis XIV) / [1649] The articles of agreement between the King of France, the Parliament, and Parisians. With a list of the names of those who signed thereunto, on the King's, Parliaments, and Citizens behalfe. / Faithfully translated out of the French originall copy, by G. Le Moyne.
England and Wales. Army. / [Anno Dom. 1648] The articles of agreement between the Lord Generall, and the Kentish-men, at the delivering up of the city of Canterburie:: a letter from York; and the storming of Pembroke by Lieutenant-generall Cromwell, and the successe thereof.
England and Wales. Army. / [25 July 1646] Articles of agreement concluded and agreed on by His Excellency Sir Tho. Fairfax, generall of the forces raised by the Parliament on the one part: and Colonell Thomas Blagge Governour of VVallingford on the other part: for and concerning the rendring of the garrison of Wallingford castle and towne. Read in both Houses of Parliament upon Fryday 24. July 1646. Published by command.
Barbados. / [Printed in the yeer, 1652] Articles of agreement had, made, and concluded, between the commissioners of the Right Honorable the Lord Willoughby of Parham,: of the one partie; and the commissioners of the Parliament of England, of the other partie: being in order to the rendition of the island of Barbadoes:
Netherlands. Sovereign (1598-1621 : Albert and Isabella) / [1607] Articles of agreement, concerning the cessation of warre, betweene the Arch-duke and the states of the vnited Prouinces. Procured by a fryar, called Iohn of Ney, confessour to the Arch-duke and the Infanta. Wherunto is annexed the state of other things happened about the same time. With Warres testament, or his last will, made at his departure out of the said Netherlauds [sic]. Translated out of the Dutch.
[1694] Articles of agreement, concluded, made, and agreed on this twenty eight day of May, in the year of our Lord, one thousand six hundred ninety and four, between the royal free burrows, cities, and others of their Majesties antient kingdom of Scotland, who shall be pleased to subscribe, and be concerned in the Scots linen-subscription-book, for the linen-manufacture in that kingdom of the one part; and Nicolas Dupin of the city of London Esquire, in trust for the members and subscribers who shall be hereafter pleased to subscribe, and be concerned in the aforesaid linen-manufacture in England, of the other part.
[4. June, 1646] The articles of agreement, for the surrender of Charles Fort, the onely considerable and remaining garrison of the enemies in the west, the castle of Pendennis excepted. Which articles were agreed upon between Colonell Ralph Weldon, Governour of Plimmoth for the Parliaments side, and Sir Edmund Fortescue Governor of Charles Fort, Major Peirce [sic], and Captain Hall, for the other part. With the last additionall articles sent out from the Lords of the Privy Councell, and the Governor of Oxford for the surrender of the said city, and university. This being a true copy and examined, is printed and published, according to order of Parliament.
[1651] The articles of agreement, for the surrender of the strong & invincible Castle of Edinborough; the manner of the Lord Gen. Cromwels playing his fire-works before the Treaty, the number of men slain; the taking of the Scots Roaring-Meg, and 52 pieces of ordnance, eleven thousand arms, 200 barrels of gunpowder; and great store of match and bullet. The Lord Gen. declaration to the Scots; their marching away with flying colours; and the protestation of the Earl of Castles, and the L. Humby, touching the King and Parliament; with the copy of a dissenting declaration against their King, cast into his coach as he was coming from the Parliament-hous.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1641-1649 : Ormonde) / [anno Dom. 1647] Articles of agreement, made concluded, and agreed on, at Dublin, the eighteenth day of Iune, 1647. By and between the most Honorable Iames Lord Marques of Ormonde, of the one part; and Arthur Annesley Esquire, Sir Robert King knight, Sir Robert Meredith knight, Colonell Iohn Moore, and Colonell Michael Iones, commissioners from the Parliament of England, on the other part. Published by authority and command of the commissioners from the Parliament of England.
[1652] Articles of agreements made and concluded the 11th day of January, 1651 by and between the Commissioners of the ... Lord Willoughy of Parrham ... and the commissioners in the behalfe of the common-wealth of England ... being in order to the rendition of the Island of Barbadoes, &c.
England and Wales. / [1671/2] Articles of alliance and commerce between the most serene and potent prince Charles II, by the grace of God king of Great Britain, France and Ireland, defender of the faith &c., and the most serene and potent prince Christian V, by the grace of God king of Denmark, Norway &c. / concluded at Copenhagen the 11th day of July, 1670.
England and Wales. / [printed in the year, MDCLXXX. 1680] The articles of alliance, between England & Spain, signed the 10th day of June, 1680. Also articles of alliance between England & Holland signed the 3d day of March, 1677[/]8.
England and Wales. Parliament. / [March 25 1643] The articles of cessation of the Lords and Commons in Parliament presented to His Majesty upon consideration of the former articles, with the alteration and additions offered by His Majesty. And His Majesties gracious answer thereunto. March 22. 1642.
England and Wales. Sovereign (1603-1625 : James I) / [1608] Articles of direction touching alehouses Munday the xxj. of March 1607.
England and Wales. / [1608] Articles of direction touching alehouses. Munday the xxj. of March 1607.
England and Wales. High Court of Admiralty. / [1638] Articles of enquirie to be ministred concerning the Admiraltie in the county of Sussex. Anno Dom. 1638
Church of England. Diocese of Norwich. Bishop (1638-1641 : Montagu) / [1638] Articles of enquiry and direction for the diocese of Norwich, in the first visitation of the reverend father in God, Richard Mountaigu bishop of that diocese, anno Dom. 1638, et translationis suæ primo.
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Bedford. / [Printed in the year 1669] Articles of enquiry concerning certain matters ecclesiastical, exhibited to the church-wardens and side-men of every parish within the arch-deaconry of Bedford:: for their better direction in their presentments in the visitation of Theophilus Dillingham D.D. Arch-Deacon of Bedford.
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Huntington. / [1670] Articles of enquiry concerning certain matters ecclesiastical, exhibited to the church-wardens and side-men of every parish within the arch-deaconry of Huntington for their better direction in their presentments in the visitation of John Hammond, Arch-Deacon of Huntington.
Church of England. Diocese of Lincoln. / [1673] Articles of enquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens, and side-men of every peculiar or prebendal parish church belonging to the cathedral church of the blessed Virgin St. Mary of Lincoln in the triennial visitation of the right worshipful Michael Honywood doctor in divinity, dean of the said cathedral church.
Church of England. Diocese of Chester. / [M.DC.LXXIV. 1674] Articles of enquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical within the diocese of Chester in the primary episcopal visitation of the right reverend Father in God John Lord Bishop of Chester, Anno Dom. 1674.
Church of England. Diocese of Llandaff. / [M. DC. LXXI 1671] Articles of enquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical within the diocess of Landaffe in the episcopal visitation of the right reverend father in God, Francis, Lord Bishop of Landaffe. Anno Dom. 1671.
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Hereford. / [Anno Domini 1691] Articles of enquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical. Exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens, and side-men of every parish within the [archdeaconry] of [Hereford] in the visitation of the Reverend [Dr. Wm. Johnson Archdeacon there]
Church of England. Diocese of Worcester. Bishop (1675-1683 : Fleetwood) / [1680] Articles of enquiry given by [his Right Reverend Father in God James Lord Bishop of Wort.] and delivered to the church- wardens, and side-men, to be considered and answered in his visitation, holden in the year of our Lord God.
Church of England. Diocese of Bristol. Bishop (1678-1684 : Gulston) / [1682?] Articles of enquiry to be exhibited to, and answered by the ministers and church-wardens of every parish within the jurisdiction of the Right Reverend Father in God William by divine providence, Lord Bishop of Bristol in his second episcopal visitation, and the fourth year of his consecration.
England and Wales. Army. / [1647] The articles of Exeter,: made on the rendition thereof. With the vote of the Honourable House of Commons, in the approbation of them of the 6. of May, 1646. VVith the order and ordinance of the Lords and Commons in Parliament assembled, for the approbation, publication, and observation of them, by all committees, judges, and officers, and others concerned in them, of the 4. of this instant Novemb. 1647.
[1692] The Articles of Galway exactly printed from letters-patents wherein they are ratified and exemplified by Their Majesties under the Great Seal of England.
[1659] Articles of high crimes and grand misdemeanors exhibited against Lt. Col. Tho. Kelsey, Governour of Dover Castle, lately Major General of Kent and Surrey. The which will be proved and made good against him by sufficient witnesses.
Scroggs, William, Sir, 1623?-1683, defendant. / [1680] Articles of high misdemeanors humbly offered and presented to the consideration of His Sacred Majesty, and the Right Honourable the Lords, and others of His Majesties Most Honourable Privy-Council, against Sir William Scroggs, knight, Lord Chief Justice of His Majesties Court of Kings-Bench, Westminster, as followeth.
Oates, Titus, 1649-1705. / [1680] Articles of high misdemeanour humbly offered and presented to the consideration of His Sacred Majesty; and the right honourable Privy Council against Sir William Scroggs ... by Dr. Titus Oats &c.
[1641 i.e. 1642] Articles of high treason and other high misdemeanours against the Lord Kemolton, Master Densill Hollis, Master Pym, Sir Arthur Hasilrige, Master Hamden, and Master Stroude with the charge of the impeachment of the twelve bishops accused of high treason for preferring a petition and making a protestation to the subverting the fundamentall lawes and being of Parliament.
Overton, Richard, fl. 1646. / [1642] Articles of high treason exhibited against Cheap-side crosse.: With the last will and testament of the said crosse. And certaine epitaphs upon her tombe. By R. Overton. Newly printed and newly come forth; with his holinesse priviledge, to prevent false copies.
[MDCXLI 1641, i.e. 1642] Articles of high treason, and other high misdemeanors, against the Lord Kymbolton. Mr Denzill Hollis. Sir Arthur Haslerig. Mr John Pym. Mr Iohn Hampden. Mr William Strode.
[1660] Articles of high treason, made and enacted by the late half-quarter usurping convention: and now presented to publick view, for general satisfaction of all true English-men; with a petition or remonstrance from the shentlemen of Wales, to their cood worships; and a supplement to the new letany for these times. With the French dancing-masters speech, all-a-mode-de-France. Together with Trotters journy-man on his amble to the gallows; and his arraignment and confession, before the time of his execution.
[1660] Articles of high-treason against Major General Harrison, Sir Arthur Hasilrig, Sir Henry Vane, and Mr. Thomas Scot. With the charge and impeachment upon an arrest of high-treason, in order to their speedy tryal in Westminster Hall: and a declaration touching their several treasons, tyrannies, theft and murders; for which they are to be arraigned, tryed, and convicted, according to the known lawes of the land.
[1652] Articles of high-treason drawn up in the name of all the commoners of England against one hundred and fifty judges, lawyers, and attornies: together with the charge exhibited against them; and a declaration to the people, shewing the grounds and reasons thereof. Also, eight propositions, to the inhabitants of each respective country, throughout England and Wales, and the method, and particular lawes, to be established. Likewise, the manner of administring justice; and in case any lawyer shall take either money, or bribes, to dye as a traytor to the Commonwealth; and the government to be established, as the Commonwealth of Israel was, in Mose's time. / Published by authority.
[Printed in the yeare 1647] Articles of high-treason exhibited against the Fort-Royall, vvith all other the horn-works and breast-workes about the Citie. By the representative body of the Common-Counsell of the Citie. With the last will and testament of the said Fort-Royall. Also, her severall legacies to divers eminent persons of qualitie. Also her epitaph.
Gibbons, Robert. / [1659] Articles of impeachment exhibited against Col. Robert Gibbons and Cap. Richard Yeardley, late governors of the Isle of Jersey;: wherein the several impeachments, notorious actions, high misdemeanours, abominations and oppressions, are laid open, detected, and made publick to the admiring world; as also, a remedy for the people, against the heavy yoke of such tyrannical oppressours, in this juncture of miraculous restauration, after so long a bondage, wherein the little finger of some appeared heavier then the whole loins of others.
Northampton, Spencer Compton, Earl of, 1601-1643. / [1642] Articles of impeachment exhibited in Parliament, against Spencer Earle of Northamp William Earle of Devonsh. Henry Earle of Dover, Henry Earle of Monmouth, Robert Lord Rich, Charles Lord Howard Charlton, Charles L. Grey of Ruthen Thomas Lord Coventry, Arthur Lord Chapell, &c.: For severall high crimes and misdemeanors. Whereunto is annexed, the grounds of the proceedings of the Parliament from the beginning to this present, with the hinderances of their proceedings and causes of these distractions. Together with the severall meanes which they have used to prevent intestine warre, and to hinder the malignant designes of the enemies of the peace of the kingdome. Likewise ordered to be printed. Jo. Browne Cler. Parl.
England and Wales. / [July I. 1642] Articles of impeachment in the high court of Parliament, against the nine lords viz. the Earl of Dover, Earl of Northampton, E. Huntington, E. Devonshire, E. Coventry, L. Mowbray, L. Rich, L. Capell &c. : concerning many high misdemeanours exhibited against them, which impeachment were assented by both Houses : likewise the Parliaments last desire unto the King concerning the differences betwixt His Majesty and the high court of Parliament : with their determination concerning the Kings last writ.
[1680?] Articles of impeachment of high treason, and other high crimes and offences, against William Earl of Powis, William Visount Stafford, Henry Lord Arundel of Wardour, William Lord Petre, and John Lord Bellasis, now prisoners in the Tower
Prynne, William, 1600-1669. / [1648] Articles of impeachment of high-treason,: exhibited by the Commons of England, in a free Parliament, against Lieutenant-General Oliver Crumwel Esquire, Commissary-General Henry Ireton Esquire, Sir Hardresse Waller Knight and colonel, Colonel Pride, Colonel Hewson, Colonel Ewers, Cornet Joyce, Hugh Peters clerk, William Lenthal Esquire, Speaker, Sir Henry Mildmay Knight, Sir Peter Wentworth Knight of the Bath, Henry Martin, Cornelius Holland, and Thomas Scot, Esquires, Members of the House of Commons.
Jones, Philip, 1618?-1674. / [printed MDCLIX. 1659] Articles of impeachment of transcendent crimes, injuries, misdemeanours, oppressions, and high breach of trust, committed by Col. Philip Jones: exhibited by Mr. Bledry Morgan; and read in Parliament, the 18th of May, 1659. Together with Col. Phillip Jones's answer thereunto.
Corbet, Roger. / [June 19. 1647] Articles of impeachment, agreed upon by the army under command of His Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax, sent to the Honourable House of Commons, together with their charge, and signed John Rushworth, Secretary; against Sir Iohn Clotworthy. Sir Wil. Waller. Sir Philip Stapleton. Sir Iohn Maynard. [brace] Sir William Lewis. Maj. Gen. Massie. Col. Hollis Esq. Mr. Glyn. [brace] Mr. Nichols. Mr. VValter Long. Colonell Harlow. Members of the House of Commons. Together with the gallant answer of the said members, to their impeachment.
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Leicester. Archdeacon (1669-1679 : Owtram) / [Printed in the year, 1676] Articles of inquiry concerning certain matters ecclesiastical exhibited to the church-wardens and side-men of every parish within the Archdeaconry of Leicester: for their better direction in their presentments in the visitation of VVilliam Owtram, D.D. Arch-Deacon of Leicester.
Church of England. Diocese of Lichfield and Coventry. Bishop (1661-1670 : Hacket) / [1662] Articles of inquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens, and side-men of every parish within the Diocesse of Lichfield and Coventry, in the first episcopal visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God, John, by divine providence Lord Bishop of Lichfield and Coventry, in the first year of his consecration, An. Dom. 1662.
Church of England. Diocese of Lichfield and Coventry. Bishop (1661-1670) / [1668] Articles of inquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical, exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens and side-men of every parish within the diocess of Lichfield and Coventry, in the second triennial visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God John by divine providence Lord Bishop of Lichfield and Coventry in the seventh year of his consecration ... 1668.
Church of England. / [1663] Articles of inquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical, exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens, and side-men of every parish within the Arch-Deaconry of Durham. Anno Dom. MDCLXIII.
Church of England. Diocese of Lichfield and Coventry. / [1665] Articles of inquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical;: exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens and side-men of every parish within the diocess of Lichfield and Coventry; in the triennial visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God John by divine providence lord bishop of Lichfield and Coventry, in the seventh year of his consecration, An. Dom. 1665.
Southwark (London, England) / [. Anno. M.D.LXI. 1561] The articles of lete and courte for the lyberties of Southwarke.
Ireland. Sovereign (1688-1694 : William and Mary) / [1703?] The articles of Limerick, ratified under the Great Seal of England. William Rex
Scotland. Army. / [anno Dom. 1639] Articles of militarie discipline.
England and Wales. / [1667] Articles of peace & alliance between the Most Serene and Mighty Prince Charles II, by the grace of God, King of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, defender of the faith, &c. and the High and Mighty Lords, the States General of the United Netherlands, concluded the 21/31 day of July, 1667
England and Wales. / [1677] Articles of peace & commerce between ... Charles II ... and the ... Lords the Bashaw, Dey, Aga, Divan, and governours of the ... kingdom of Tripoli concluded by Sir John Narbrough ... the first day of May, 1676.
England and Wales. / [1682] Articles of peace & commerce between the most serene and mighty prince Charles II by the grace of God, King of Great Britain, France and Ireland, defender of the faith, &c. and the most illustrious lords, the Bashaw, Dey, Aga and governours of the famous city and kingdom of Algiers in Barbary concluded by Arthur Herbert, esquire, Admiral of His Majesties fleet in the Mediterranean Seas, on the tenth day of April, old stile, 1682.
England and Wales. / [1677] Articles of peace & commerce between the most serene and mighty prince Charles II. by the grace of God, King of Great Britain, France and Ireland, defender of the Christian faith, &c. and the most illustrious lords, the Bashaw, Dai, Aga, and governours of the famous city and kingdom of Algiers: concluded by Sir Edw. Spragge knight, Admiral of His Majesties fleet in the Mediterranean, Novemb. 29. Old Stile, 1671. Published by His Majesties command.
England and Wales. / [re-printed, Anno Dom. MDC.LXXXII. 1682] Articles of peace & commerce between the most serene and mighty prince Charles II. by the grace of God, King of Great Britain, France and Ireland, defender of the faith, &c. and the most illustrious lords, the Bashaw, Dey, Aga, and governours of the famous city and kingdom of Algiers in Barbary: Concluded by Arthur Herbert, Esquire, Admiral of His Majesties fleet in the Mediterranean Seas: on the tenth day of April, Old Stile, 1682. Published by His Majesties command.
England and Wales. / [1676] Articles of peace & commerce between the most serene and mighty prince, Charles II ... and the ... Lords Halil Bashaw, Ibraim Dey, Aga, Divan, and governours of the noble city and kingdom of Tripoli in Barbary concluded by Sir John Narbrough ... on the fifth day of March, old stile, 1675/6.
England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I) / [1629] The articles of peace agreed vpon, betwixt the two crownes of Great Brittaine and of France. And the publication of the peace, made at Rouen, on Sunday, the 20. of May, last past, by the commandement of the French King, and the Queene his mother. Translated out of the French copy. = Les articles de la paix, accordeé entre le Roy de France & le Roy de la Grand' Bretagne. Ensemble la publication faite a Rouen, le dimanche vingtiesme de ce present mois, par le commandement du Roy & de la Reyne sa mere. A Rouen de l'imprimerie de Dauid du Petit val, imprimeur ordinaire du Roy. M.DC.XXIX. Auec priuilege du dict Seigneur. Together with two other relations. The one concerning the siege and taking of the towne of Priuas by the French King ... The others from the sieges of the Prince of Orenge, before the towne of Balduck, or the Bush.
England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II) / [1663] Articles of peace and alliance between the most serene and mighty prince, Charles II. By the grace of God king of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, defender of the faith, &c. and the high and mighty lords, the States General of the United Netherlands, concluded the 14th day of September, 1662. / Published by his Majesties command.
England and Wales. / [1671/2 i.e. 1672] Articles of peace and commerce between ... Prince Charles II ... and the Lords, the Bashaw, Dai, Aga, and governours of the famous city and kingdom of Algiers concluded by Sir Edw. Spragge, Knight, admiral of His Majesties fleet in the Mediterranean, Novemb. 29. old stile, 1671.
Algeria. / [1687] Articles of peace and commerce between the most serene and mighty prince James II by the grace of God, King of Great Britain, France and Ireland, defender of the Christian faith, etc. and the most illustrious lords, the Douletli Basha, Aga & Governours of the famous city and kingdom of Algiers in Barbary / ratified and confirmed by Sir William Soame ..., His Majesties ambassador to the Grand Signior, on the fifth of April, Old Style, 1686.
England and Wales. / [1642] Articles of peace and commerce, between the high and mighty kings, Charles, by the grace of God, king of Great Britain, France, and Ireland, defender of the faith, &c. And John the 4th king of Portugal, Algarres, &c. and their subjects. Concluded at London the nine and twentieth day of January, in the yeer of our Lord 1642. stilo novo. Translated out of Latin into English.
England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I) / [1642] Articles of peace between Charles, King of Great Britain, France and Ireland, to the Parliament, with John the 4, King of Portugal, Algerres &c. also His Majesties severall messages to both Houses, with the Parliaments respective answers thereunto.
England and Wales. / [1664] Articles of peace between His Most Sacred Majesty, Charles the Second, King of Great Britain, France and Ireland, &c. and the city and kingdom of Algiers, concluded by Thomas Allen Esquire, Admiral of His said Majesty of Great Britain's ships in the Mediterranean Seas, according to instructions received on that behalf from His Royal Highness the Duke of York and Albany, Earl of Ulster ... ; Being the same articles concluded by Sir John Lawson Knight, on the 23. of April, 1662. and afterwards more solemnly confirm'd on the 10. of November following, and since ratified by the Grand Signior.
Holy Roman Empire. / [1697] Articles of peace between the emperour and empire, and France concluded in the royal palace of Reswick, in Holland, October 30, 1697.
England and Wales. / [1677] Articles of peace between the Most Serene ... Charles II ... and several Indian kings and queens, &c. concluded the 29th day of May, 1677.
England and Wales. / [1664] Articles of peace between the most serene and mighty prince Charles II ... and the city and kingdom of Algiers b concluded by Thomas Allen ...
England and Wales. / [1677] Articles of peace between the most serene and mighty prince Charles II ... and the most excellent signors, Mahomet Bashaw, the Duan of the noble city of Tunis, Hagge Mustapha Dei, Morat Bei, and the rest of the souldiers in the kingdom of Tunis concluded by Sir John Lawson, Knight, the fifth of October 1662 ; published by His Majesties command.
England and Wales. Articles of peace between the Most Serene and Mighty Prince Charles II ... and the States General of the United Netherlands concluded at Westminster the 9/19 day of February, 1673/4.
[1697] Articles of peace between the Most Serene and Mighty Prince William the Third, King of Great Britain, and the Most Serene and Mighty Prince Lewis the Fourteenth, the most Christian King concluded in the Royal Palace at Ryswicke the 10/20 day of September, 1697.
[1697] Articles of peace between the most serene and mighty Prince William the Third, King of Great-Britain, and the most serene and mighty Prince Lewis the Fourteenth the most Christian King, concluded in the Royal Pallace at Ryswicke the 10/20. day of September, 1697. ; By command of their excellencies the lords justices.
[1697] Articles of peace between the most serene and mighty Prince William the Third, King of Great-Britain, and the most serene and mighty Prince Lewis the Fourteenth the most Christian King,: concluded in the Royal Pallace at Ryswicke the 10/20. day of September, 1697.
England and Wales. / [M. DC. LXVII. 1667] Articles of peace, commerce and alliance, between the crowns of Great Britain and Spain. Concluded in a treaty at Madrid the 13./23. day of May, in the year of our Lord God, 1667 / translated out of Latine. Published by His Majesties command.
England and Wales. / [1667] Articles of peace, commerce, & alliance, between the crowns of Great Britain and Spain concluded in a treaty at Madrid the 13/23 day of May, in the year of our Lord God, 1667 / translated out of Latin.
[Anno 1605] Articles of peace, entercourse, and commerce concluded in the names of the most high and mighty kings, and princes Iames by the grace of God, King of great Britaine, France, and Ireland, defender of the faith, &c. and Philip the third, King of Spaine, &c. and Albertus and Isabella Clara Eugenia, Archdukes of Austrice, Dukes of Burgundie, &c. In a treatie at London the 18. day of August after the old stile in the yeere of our Lord God 1604. Translated out of Latine into English.
England and Wales. / [1630] Articles of peace, entercourse, and commerce concluded in the names of the most high and mighty kings, Charles by the grace of God King of Great Britaine, France and Ireland, defender of the faith, &c. and Philip the Fourth King of Spaine, &c. : in a treaty at Madrit, the fift day of Nouember after the old stile, in the yeere of Our Lord God M.DC.XXX. / translated out of Latine into English.
England and Wales. Council of State. / [MDCLV. 1655] Articles of peace, friendship & entercourse, concluded and agreed between England & Svveden,: in a treaty bearing date at Upsal the ninth day of May in the year of our Lord God 1654. Published by his Highness special commandment.
England and Wales. France 1655 Nov. 3. / [1655] Articles of peace, friendship & entercourse, concluded and agreed between England and France, in a treaty at Westminster, bearing date the third of November, new stile, in the year of our Lord God, 1655.
[1654] Articles of peace, union and confederation, concluded and agreed between his Highness Oliver Lord Protector of the common-wealth of England, Scotland & Ireland, and the dominions thereto belonging. And the Lords the States General of the United Provinces of the Netherlands. In a treaty at Westminster bearing date the fift of April old style, in the year of our Lord God 1654. Printed and published by his Highness special command.
England and Wales. / [Anno Dom. 1695] Articles of regulation concerning the session. With His Majesties approbation thereto.
Church of Ireland. / [1628] Articles of religion agreed vpon by the archbishops, and bishops, and the rest of the clergie of Ireland, in the conuocation holden at Dublin in the yeare of our Lord God 1615. for the auoyding of diuersities of opinions: and the establishing of concent touching true religion.
Church of England. / [1642] Articles of religion, agreed upon by both Houses and the principall divines thorough [sic] all England and Wales for the avoiding of diversities of opinions whereunto is added His Majesties declaration in confirming the same.
[1654] Articles of religion; or, The fourteen pillars of the Church of England,: presented to our late King Charls at the Isle of Wight, and now humbly tendred to the mature consideration of the Supreme Authority of this nation. Compendiously extracted, and drawn up in these ensuing heads. I. Of faith in the Holy Trinity. II. Of the Word, or Son of God, which was made very man. III. Of Christs descending down into Hell. ... XIV. Of Christ alone without sin.
[1649] The articles of the charge of the vvardmote enquest.:
[ca. 1635] The articles of the charge of the vvardmote enquest:
Corporation of London. / [1689] The Articles of the charge of the Wardmote inquest
England and Wales. Parliament. / [1643 i.e. 1644] Articles of the Commons assembled in Parliament, in maintenance of their accusation, against William Laud Archbishop of Canterbury, whereby he stands charged with high treason.: Also, further articles of impeachment by the Commons in Parliament, against the said Archbishop of Canterbury, of high treason, and divers high crimes and misdemeanors. Die Mercurii, 17 Jan. 1643. Ordered by the Lords assembled in Parliament, that these articles and impeachment, be forthwith printed and published. John Brown Cler. Parliamentor.
[1594] The Articles of the giuing ouer of the large, ample, and imperiall cittie of Groning also the Articles and conditions, whervpon His Highnes, and the Honorable William Ludowick, Earle of Nassow, at this present, with the aduice of the counsell of the Estates of the Vnited Prouinces, are content to agree vnto, for reducing and reconciliation of the said cittie of Groning : likewise the agreement, concluded between His Highnes, and the chiefe lieutenant Laukema, with the captaines, commaunders, and common souldiours, beeing in garrison within the fore-sayd cittie / doone the xxi. and xxii. of July, 1594 ; with repetition ofthe besieging of the same.
[1650] The articles of the rendition of Edenburgh-Castle to the Lord Generall Cromvvel, and the manner of the enemies marching out Decemb. 24. 1650. With a particular of the ordnance, and armes taken therein. Also the taking of another strong castle, called, Kinmore-castle, by a party from Carlisle. With the articles of surrender, and the particulars taken in the castle, and their march. Published by authority.
[1651] The Articles of the rendition of Elizabeth-Castle in the Ile of Jersey; and the totall reducement of that Island to the obedience of the Parliament of England.: The severall summons, answers, and replies passed between Col. Heane Commander in Chiefe for the Parliament, and the late Governour, Sir George Carteret. With the particulars of an extraordinary quantity of ordnance, armes, ammunition, provision of victuall, and other rich stores found at the surrender.
[1649] Articles of treason and high misdimeanours, committed by Iohn Pine of Curry-Mallet, in the county of Somerset Esquire: against the King, kingdome, and Parliament, exhibited by thousands of the said county, faithfull servants, and sufferers, for the King and Parliament.
[1680?] Articles of treason and other high-crimes and misdemeanors against the Dutches of Portsmouth
Church of England. Diocese of Lincoln. Bishop (1675-1691 : Barlow) / [1679] Articles of visitation & enquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical, exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens, and sidemen, of every parish within the diocess of Lincoln, at the primary visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God, Thomas, Lord Bishop of that diocess
Church of England. Diocese of Llandaff. Bishop (1660-1667 : Lloyd) / [M.DC.LXII 1662] Articles of visitation & enquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens, and side-men of every parish within the Diocese of Landaffe, in the first episcopal visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God, Hugh, by divine providence Lord Bishop of Landaffe.
Church Of England. Diocese of Winchester. Bishop (1662-1684 : Morley) / [1662] Articles of visitation & enquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens, and side-men of every parish within the diocese of Winchester, in the primary episcopal visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God, George, by divine providence Lord Bishop of Winchester.
Church of England. Diocese of Oxford. Bishop (1665-1671 : Blandford) / [1666] Articles of visitation & enquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens, and side-men, of every parish within the diocess of Oxon, in the first episcopal visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God, Walter, by divine permission, Lord Bishop of Oxon.
Church of England. Diocese of Bath and Wells. Bishop (1672-1684 : Mews) / [1679] Articles of visitation & enquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical, exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens and side-men, of the diocess of Bath and Wells, at the triennial visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God, Peter, Lord Bishop of the that diocess
Church of England. Diocese of St. Asaph. / [M.DC.LXXI 1671] Articles of visitation & enquiry within the diocess of St. Asaph,: in the first episcopal visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God, Isaac, by divine permission, Lord Bishop of Saint Asaph : in the second year of his translation. : And exhibited to the church-wardens and side-men of every parish within the diocess of St. Asaph.
Church of England. Diocese of Ely. / [M. DC. LXXXVI. 1686] Articles of visitation and enquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens and side-men of every parish within the diocess of Ely by the Right Reverend Father in God Francis by divine permission Lord Bishop of Ely. In the second year of his translation for his first episcopal visitation:
Church of England. Diocese of Peterborough. / [1683] Articles of visitation and enquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens, and side-men of every parish within the diocess of Peterborough. In the episcopal [illegible] visitation of right reverend Father in God William by divine permission Lord Bishop of Peterborough.
Church of England. Diocese of Salisbury. Bishop (1667-1689 : Ward) / [1674] Articles of visitation and enquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens, and side-men of every parish within the Diocess of Sarum. In the episcopal visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God Seth by divine permission Lord Bishop of Sarum.
Church of England. Diocese of Salisbury. Bishop (1689-1715 : Burnet) / [MDCLXXXIX 1689] Articles of visitation and enquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens, and side-men of every parish within the diocess of Sarum. In the primary episcopal visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God Gilbert by divine permission, Lord Bishop of Sarum.
Church of England. Diocese of Exeter. Bishop (1662-1667 : Ward) / [M.DC.LXV 1665] Articles of visitation and enquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens, and sidemen of every parish within the diocese of Exeter. In the second episcopal visitation of the right reverend father in God Seth, by divine permission Lord Bishop of Exeter.
Church of England. Diocese of Rochester. / [1666] Articles of visitation and enquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical, according to the laws and canons of the Church of England: Exhibited to the Church-wardens and sidemen of every parish within the diocess of Rochester. By the right reverend father in God, Iohn Lord Bishop of Rochester, at his visitation in the year of our Lord God, 1666.
Church of England. Diocese of Bath and Wells. Bishop (1672-1684 : Mews) / [1676] Articles of visitation and enquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical, exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens and side-men of every parish within the diocess of Bath and VVells, at the triennial visitation of the Right Reverend Falther in God, Peter, Lord bishop of the said diocess
Church of England. Diocese of Bath and Wells. / [Anno Dom. 1673] Articles of visitation and enquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical, exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens, and side-men of every parish within the diocess of Bath and VVells: at the primary visitation of the right Reverend Father in God Peter Lord Bishop of the said diocess.
Church of England. Diocese of Gloucester. Bishop (1660-1672 : Nicholson) / [1665] Articles of visitation and enquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical, exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens, and sidemen of every parish within the arch-deaconry of Gloucester, in the visitation of the Arch-Deacon
Church of England. Diocese of Worcester. Bishop (1675-1683 : Fleetwood) / [1679] Articles of visitation and enquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical, to the ministers, church-wardens and side-men of every parish within the diocess [sic] of Worcester, in the episcopal visitation of the right reverend Father in God, James, by divine permission, Lord Bishop of Worcester. Holden in the year 1679,.
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Berkshire. / [Anno Domini, 1667] Articles of visitation and enquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical,: exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens, and side-men of every parish within the arch-deaconry of Berks. : At the visitation of the Right Worshipfull Peter Mews, Doctor of Lawes, and archdeacon of Berks. Holden in the year of our Lord God 1667.
Church of England. Diocese of Worcester. / [Anno Domini 1674] Articles of visitation and enquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical,: exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens, and side-men of every parish within the Diocess of VVorchester, in the episcopal visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God VValter by divine permission Lord Bishop of Worcester.
Church of England. Diocese of Exeter. / [printed, MDCLXXXIX. 1689] Articles of visitation and enquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical: Exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens and side-men, of every parish, within the diocess of Exeter, at the primary visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God, Jonathan, by divine permission, Lord Bishop of Exeter, in the year of our Lord, 1689.
Church of England. Diocese of Norwich. / [MDCLXXVII 1677] Articles of visitation and enquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical: exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens, and side-men of every parish within the Diocese of Norwich. In the primary visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God Anthony, by divine permission Lord Bishop of Norwich.
Church Of England. Diocese of Winchester. / [1668] Articles of visitation and enquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical: exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens, and side-men of every parish within the Diocese of Winchester, in the visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God George by divine providence Lord Bishop of Winchester.
Church of England. Diocese of Gloucester. Bishop (1660-1672 : Nicholson) / [1663] Articles of visitation and enquiry, concerning matters ecclesiastical, exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens, and side-men of every parish within the arch-deaconry of Gloucester, in the first visitation of the Arch-Deacon
Church of England. Diocese of Exeter. Bishop (1676-1688 : Lamplugh) / [1677] Articles of visitation and enquiry, concerning matters ecclesiastical, exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens, and side-men of every parish within the diocese of Exeter, in the primary visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God Thomas by divine permission Lord Bishop of Exeter
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Berkshire. / [An. Dom. 167-?] Articles of visitation and enquiry, concerning matters ecclesiastical, for the churchwardens and sidemen of every parish within the Archdeaconry of Berks: at the visitation of the worshipful Jonas Proast, M.A., Archdeacon of Berks, holden in the year of our Lord God.
Church of England. Diocese of Gloucester. / [An. Dom. 1698] Articles of visitation and enquiry,: exhibited to the ministers, churchwardens and sidemen of every parish in the diocess of Gloucester; in the second triennial visitation of the right reverend father in God, Edward Lord Bishop of Gloucester, An. Dom. MDCXCVIII.
Church of England. Diocese of Durham. / [1676] Articles of visitation and enquiry. Concerning matters ecclesiastical exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens, and side-men of every parish within the Dioces of Durham. In the primary visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God Nathanael by divine providence Lord Bishop of Durham.
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Wells. / [1700] Articles of visitation and inquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical Exhibted [sic] to the ministers, church-wardens, and side-men, of every parish within the arch-deaconry of Wells. In the diocess of Bath and Wells. And is very useful for all the diocesses in England. The tenour of the oath of the church-wardens, and sworn men. You shall swear, that you, and every of you, shall faithfully execute your several offices of church-wardens and side-men, according to law, to the best of your skill and knowledge. So help you God, and the contents of his Holy Gospel.
Schomberg, Friedrich Hermann Schomberg, Duke of, 1615-1690. / [anno Dom. 1690] Articles of vvar agreed upon between his Grace the Duke of Schonberg, and Teige O Reigon, for the surrender of Charlemont, the twelfth of May, 1690:
Schomberg, Friedrich Hermann Schomberg, Duke of, 1615-1690. / [1690] Articles of war agreed upon between His Grace the Duke of Schonberg and Teige O'Reagan for the surrender of Charlemont, the twelfth of May, 1690
Windebank, Francis, Sir, 1582-1646, defendant. / [1641] The articles or charge exhibited in Parliament against Sir Francis Windebanck, secretary of the state to His Majesty whereunto is annexed the letter that he sent to the right honourable the Lord Chamberlaine from Callis, Ian. 11, 1640.
[Octob. 12. 1642] Articles or demands made by the Kings most Excellent Majestie to the gentry and commonalty of the county of Salop, on Saturday the 8. of October. 1642. With an exact answer to every particular therein presented to His Majesty at Shrewesbury the same day, by the high sheriffe of the said county. Wherein is exactly manifested, how active the malignant party of this kingdome are to incense the King against the Parliament, and to engage him in a destructive warre against his subjects.
Terrae-Filius. / [1648] Articles presented against this Parliament, or, The Parliaments hypocrisie discovered in verse and prose Terræ-Filius, being an ancient lover of his countrey.
T. H. / [1648?] Articles proposed to the Catholiques of England,: whereunto it was required that they should subscribe their negative answers, whereby it might be understood, they professe that there is nothing contained in these three articles which doth necessarily belong to the Catholique faith and religion ...
Prussia (Germany) / [1679] Articles published at Berlin: between His Most Christian Majesty, the King of Sweden, and His Electoral Highnesse of Brandenburgh.
England and Wales. Privy Council. / [ca. 1618] Articles set downe by the right worshipfull Thomas Randolph Esquier, Master and comptroller generall of all her Maiesties postes, and straightly by him commanded to be kept by the postes from London, to the northerne borders against Scotland, for the better obseruation, and due execution of such orders, as lately were appointed by the Lords of ther Maiesties priuie councill.
[1680] Articles stipulated and required from Old Nick by the Duke of L--, a person of great quality in France, when he resigned and made himself over to the Devil translated from the French.
Church of England. Archdeaconry of London. Archdeacon (1559-1591 : Mullins) / [1585] Articles to be answered of the sworne men in the Archdeacon of London his visitation holden the yeere. 1584. the 15. and 19. of Ianuarie.
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Derby. / [1641] Articles to be considered of by the churchwardens and others within the archdeaconry of Derby.: In the visitation archdiaconall [sic] of Derbyshire, Anno S[anc]tis. 1641 ...
Church of England. / [1568?] Articles to be enquired in the visitation, in the first yere of the raigne of our most dread soueraine lady Elizabeth, by the grace of God, of Englande, Fraunce, and Irelande, Queene, defendour of the faith, &c., anno 1559
Church of England. / [1577?] Articles to be enquired in the visitation, in the firste yeere of the raigne of our moste dread Soueraigne Lady Elizabeth, by the grace of God, of Englande, Fraunce, and Irelande, Queene, defendour of the faith. [and]c. Anno domini. 1559.
Church of England. Articles to be enquired in the visitation, in the firste yere of the raigne of our moste dread soueraigne lady Elizabeth, by the grace of God, of Englande, Fraunce, & Ireland, Quene, defendour of the faith, &c., anno 1559
Church of England. / [1562?] Articles to be enquired in the visitation, in the firste yere of the raigne of our moste dread soueraigne lady, Elizabeth by the grace of God, of Englande, Fraunce, and Irelande, Queene, defendour of the faith. &c. Anno. 1559.
Church of England. Diocese of Chester. / [Printed in the year, M DC XCI 1691] Articles to be enquired of and answered unto by the church-wardens and side-men,: in the primary visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God, Nicholas Lord Bishop of Chester. M.DC.XCL.
Church of England. Diocese of Norwich. / [1692] Articles to be enquired of and answered unto by the churchwardens and sworn men in the primary visitation of the right reverend Father in God John, Lord Bishop of Norwich, 1692:
[1690] Articles to be enquired of and answered unto by the churchwardens and sworn men in the primary visitation of the right Reverend Father in God, Symon, Lord Bishop of Chichester, MDCXC
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Norwich. / [1663] Articles to be enquired of by the church-wardens and side-men (with the assistance of their ministers) of every parish within the Arch-deaconry of Norwich,: in the visitation of the right worshipfull Doctor William Gery, arch-deacon of Norwich. : In the year of our Lord God, 166[4].
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Worcester. / [1624] Articles to be enquired of by the church-wardens and sworne men, within the archdeaconry of Worcester, in the first visitation of the R. Worshipfull Hugh Floyd Dr of Diuinity, Archdeacon of Worcester, anno Dom. 1624.
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Worcester. / [1634?] Articles to be enquired of by the church-wardens and sworne-men within the arch-deaconrie of Worcester, in the visitation of the worshipfull Mr. Edward Thornburgh, Arch-deacon of Worcester, anno Domini. [blank]
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Exeter. / [1612.] Articles to be enquired of by the church-wardens and sworne-men within the Archdeaconrie of Excester in the visitation of the Right Worshipful Thomas Barret, Archdeacon of the said Archdeaconrie of Excester. Anno Domini, 1612..
Church of England. Diocese of Exeter. Dean (1588-1629 : Sutcliffe) / [1609] Articles to be enquired of by the church-wardens and sworne-men, within the peculiar iurisdiction of the deane and chapter of the cathedrall church of S. Peter in Exeter
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Leicester. Archdeacon (1591-1625 : Johnson) / [1622.] Articles to be enquired of by the church-wardens in the visitation of the Right Worshipfull, Master Robert Iohnson, batchelor in diuinitie, and Arch-deacon of Leicester, in the yeare of our Lord God. 1622..
Church of England. Diocese of Worcester. Bishop (1617-1641 : Thornborough) / [1626.] Articles to be enquired of by the churchwardens and swornmen within the diocesse of Worcester. In the visitation of the Right Reuerend Father in God, Iohn, lord bishop of Worcester, holden in the yeare of our Lord God, 1626..
Church of England. Archdeaconry of London. Articles to be enquired of by the minister, church-wardens, and sidement of euery parish within the archdeaconrie of London ...
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Northumberland. Archdeacon (1644 : Basire) / [1662] Articles to be enquired of by the ministers and church-wardens of every parish within the arch-deaconry of Northumberland. Which are given in charge, in the annual visitation of Isaac Basire, D.D. and Arch-Deacon of that jursdiction.
Church of England. / [1665?] Articles to be enquired of by the ministers: church-wardens, and side-men of every parish within the arch-deaconry of ... in the ordinary visitation of the right worshipfull Doctor ... Arch-deacon of Lincoln. In the year of our Lord God, 166[-].
Church of England. Diocese of Carlisle. Bishop (1664-1684 : Rainbowe) / [M.DC.LXVI. 1666] Articles to be enquired of in the Diocese of Carlisle In the visitation of the right reverend father in God Edward Lord Bishop of Carlisle. An. Dom. 1666.
Church of England. Diocese of Carlisle. Bishop (1626-1629 : White) / [1627] Articles to be enquired of in the diocesse of Carlile, in the visitation of the reuerend father in God, Francis, Lord Bishop of Carlile
Church of England. Diocese of Gloucester. / [1635] Articles to be enquired of in the generall visitation of the Archdeacon of the diocesse of Glocester holden in the yeare of our Lord, 1635.
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Norfolk. / [1633] Articles to be enquired of in the generall visitation of the right vvorshipfull M. Robert White, Bachelour in Divinity, Arch-deacon of Norfolke, anno Domini 163[3?]
Church of England. Province of Canterbury. Archbishop (1633-1645 : Laud) / [1633] Articles to be enquired of in the metropoliticall visitation of the most reverend father, VVilliam, by Gods providence, Lord Arch-bishop of Canterbury, primate of all England, and metropolitan in and for the dioces of [blank], in the yeere of our Lord God 163[blank], and in the first yeere of His Graces translation.
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Chichester. Archdeacon (1640-? : Marsh). / [1640.] Articles to be enquired of in the ordinary visitation of the right worshipfull, Iames Marsh, Dr. of Divinity, Arch-Deacon of Chichester. Holden Anno Dom. 1640..
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Chichester (1635-1640 : Pay) / [1635] Articles to be enquired of in the ordinary visitation of the worshipfull, Mr. Lavvrence Pay, Archdeacon of Chichester. Anno Domini, 1635.
Church of England. Diocese of Rochester. Bishop (1666-1683 : Dolben) / [1668] Articles to be enquired of in the primary visitation of the right reverend father in God John Lord Bishop of Rochester and exhibited to the church-wardens and side-men of every parish within the diocese of Rochester, in September, 1668.
Church of England. Diocese of Worcester. Bishop (1617-1641: Thornborough). / [1632.] Articles to be enquired of in the visitation of the Right Reuerend Father, Iohn, by the prouidence of God, Bishop of Worcester. In the yeere of our Lord God, 1632..
Church of England. Diocese of London. Bishop (1628-1633 : Laud) / [M. DC. XXXI 1631] Articles to be enquired of vvithin the dioces of London, in the second trienniall visitation of the right honorable, and right reuerend father in God, William Lord Bishop of London. holden in the yeere of our lord God, 1631.
Church of England. Diocese of London. Bishop (1597-1604 : Bancroft) / [1604.] Articles, to be enquired of vvithin the dioces of London, in the third generall visitation of the reuerend Father in God, Richard, Bishop of London. Holden in the yeere of our Lord God 1604. In the second yeere of the raigne of our most gratious Soueraigne Lord Iames, by the grace of God of England, Fraunce, and Ireland, king, defender of the fayth; and of Scotland the thirtie eight, &c..
Church of England. Diocese of London. Bishop (1577-1594 : Aylmer) / [1589] Articles to be enquired of within the dioces of London, in the visitation of the Reuerend Father in God, Ihon Bishop of London, 1589 in the xxxj. yeare of the raigne of Our Most Gratious Soueraigne Lady Elizabeth by the grace of God Queene of England, Fraunce, and Ireland, defender of the faith, &c.
Church of England. Diocese of London. Bishop (1597-1604 : Bancroft) / [1598] Articles to be enquired of within the dioces of London, in the visitation of the reuerend father in God, Richard Bishop of London, in his first generall visitation, holden in the fortieth yeere of the raigne of our most gratious soueraigne Lady Elizabeth by the grace of God Queene of England, Fraunce and Ireland, Defender of the Faith,&c.
Church of England. Province of Canterbury. Archbishop (1559-1575 : Parker) / [Anno Domini M. D.LXVII 1567] Articles to be enquired of within the dioces of Norwiche, in the metropoliticall visitation of the moste reuerend father in God, Matthew, by the prouidence of God, archebyshop of Canterbury, primate of all Englande, and metropolitane, in the yeare of our lord God, M.D.LXVII.
Church of England. Diocese of Lincoln. Bishop (1667-1675 : Fuller) / [1671] Articles to be enquired of within the diocese of Lincolne, in the general and triennial visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God, William, by divine permission Lord Bishop of that diocese, anno Dom. 1671 et translationis suæ anno quarto.
Church of England. Diocese of Hereford. / [1692] Articles to be enquired of within the diocess of Hereford, in the first visitation of the Right Reverend father in God Gilbert Lord Bishop of Hereford in the year of Our Lord God 1692, and in the first year of his translation.
Church of England. Diocese of Chester. Bishop (1579-1595 : Chaderton) / [1580?] Articles to be enquired of within the diocesse of Chester, in the visitation of the reuerende father in God, William Bishop of Chester in the xxij yeere of the reigne of our most gratious soueraigne Lady Elizabeth &c.
Church of England. Diocese of Rochester. Bishop (1637-1666 : Warner) / [1638] Articles to be enquired of within the diocesse of Rochester in the first triennall visitation of the Right-Reverend Father in God, John, Lord Bishop of Rochester holden in the yeere of our Lord God 1638, in the fourteenth yeere of the reigne of Our Most Gratious Soveraigne Lord Charles, by the grace of God, King of Great Brttaine [sic], France and Ireland, defender of the faith, &c.
Church of England. Diocese of Canterbury. / [the laste daie of August M.D.xlviii ... 31 Aug. 1548] Articles to be enquired of, 1548
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Norwich. / [1638] Articles to be enquired of, and ansvvered vnto by the churchvvardens and sworne men in the visitation of the right vvorshipfull the archdeacon of Norwich. Anno Domini 1638.
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Rochester. / [167blank , i.e. 1670?] Articles to be enquired of, and answered unto by the church-wardens and side-men in the visitation of the [John Warner] anno Dom. 167[blank]:
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Bedford. / [1667] Articles to be enquired of, and answered unto by the church-wardens and sworn-men in the visitation of the Right Worshipful the Arch-Deacon of Bedford, an. Dom. 1667
Church of England. / [166blank] Articles to be enquired of, and answered unto by the church-wardens and sworn-men: in the visitation of the right worshipful the Arch-Deacon of [blank] Anno Domini, 166[blank]
Church of England. Diocese of Saint David's. / [1691] Articles to be enquired of, and answered unto, by the church-wardens and side-men of every parish in the triennial visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God, Thomas, Lord Bishop of St. David.: In the fifth year of his consecration.
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Essex. / [printed in the year, 168blank] Articles to be enquired of, and answered unto, by the church-wardens and sides-men in the visitation of the Reverend the Archdeacon of Essex. Anno Dom. 168[blank]
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Middlesex. Archdeacon (1557-1588 : Squier) / [1582] Articles to be enquired of, by the Church Wardens and Swornemen within the Archdeaconrie of Middlesex. And the trueth thereof to be by them vpon their oathes certainely presented to M. Doctor Squier Archdeacon there or to his officialles, with particular aunsweare to euerie article. 1582.
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Worcester. / [1615] Articles to be enquired of, by the church-wardens and swornemen, within the archdeaconrie of Worcester, in the visitation of the Right Wowshipfull [sic] William Suuaddon, doctor of diuinitie, Archdeacon of Worcester, anno Dom. 1615
Church of England. Archdeaconry of London. / [1620] Articles to be enquired of, by the minister, church-wardens and side-men, of euery parish within the arch-deaconry of London which were giuen in charge, in the annuall visitation of the right worshipfull Mr. Theophilus Ailmer, doctor of diuinitie, Archdeacon of London, in the yeare of our Lord God, one thousand sixe hundred and twentie.
Church of England. Diocese of Norwich. Bishop (1629-1631 : White) / [1629] Articles to be enquired of, in the diocesse of Norwich. In the ordinarie visitation of visitation of the reuerend father in God, Francis, Lord Bishop of Norvvich. Anno Domini 1629.
Church of England. Diocese of Gloucester. Archdeaconry. / [1624] Articles to be enquired of, in the general visitation of the archdeacon of the diocesse of Glocester: holden in the yeare of our Lord God, 1624 In the 21. yeare of the raigne of our most gracious soueraigne lord Iames, by the grace of God, king of Great Britaine, France and Ireland, defender of the faith, &c.
England and Wales. Sovereign (1509-1547 : Henry VIII) / [1547?] Articles to be enquired of, in the kynges maiesties visitacion.
Church of England. / [1547?] Articles to be enquired of, in the Kynges Maiesties visitacion.
Church of England. Diocese of Lincoln. Bishop (1552-1554 : Taylor) / [1552] Articles to be enquired of, in the visitacion, of the ryght reuerende father in God, Ioh[a]n Bysshop of Lyncol[n]n, in the sixte yeare of the reygne of our moste drade souereygne lorde kynge Edwarde the sixte [et]c. with certayne generall aduertysementes, then gyuen by the sayd bysshop to the clergie and people of his dioces, for an uniformitie, to be obserued in the same. Anno d[omi]ni, 1552.
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Essex. / [1615] Articles to be enquired of, within the archdeaconry of Essexx, by the church-wardens & sworne-men in euery parish, and presentment to be made thereof to the Arch-deacon with partciular [sic] answeres vnto euery article.
Church of England. Diocese of Gloucester. / [1618] Articles to be enquired of, within the archdeaconry of Glocester, in the ge[ne]rall visitation of the right wor. M. Samuel Burton, Archdeacon of the dioces of Glocester holden in the yeere of our Lord God, 1618, in the 16. yeere of the raigne of our most gracious soueraigne Lord James, by the grace of God, King of Great Britaine, France & Ireland, defender of the faith, &c.
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Middlesex. / [1615] Articles to be enquired of, within the Archdeaconry of Midlesex, by the church-wardens & swornemen in euery parish and presentment to be made thereof to the arch-deacon, with partciular [sic] answeres vnto euery article.
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Suffolk. / [1637] Articles to be enqvired of in the ordinary visitation of the Right Worshipfvll Master Doctor Pearson, Archdeacon of Suffolke, Anno Domini 1637:
Church of England. Diocese of Peterborough. Bishop (1600-1630 : Dove) / [Printed 1602] Articles to be inquired by [th]e churchwardens and sworne-men of [the] dioces and jurisdiction of Peterborough, [in] the visitation of the reuerend father in God, Thomas by Gods permission L. Bishop of Peterborough, in the yeare of our lord God 1602. and in the xliiij. yeare of the raigne of our soueraigne Ladie Elizabeth by the grace of God of England, France, and Ireland Queene, defender of the faith, &c.
Church of Ireland. Diocese of Dublin. Archbishop (1619-1650 : Bulkeley) / [1640] Articles to be inquired of by the church-vvardens and questmen of every parish in the Lord Primates visitation metropoliticall
Church of Ireland. Diocese of Cloyne. Bishop (1638-1653 : Synge) / [1639] Articles to be inquired of by the church-vvardens and questmen of every parish in the ordinary visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God George by divine providence Lord Bishop of Cloyne.
Church of England. Diocese of Ely. Bishop (1609-1619 : Andrewes). / [1610] Articles to be inquired of by the church-wardens and sworne-men, in the ordinarie visitation of Lancelot Lord Bishop of Elie, within the Diocesse of Elie, Ann. 1610.
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Salop. / [1639?] Articles to be inquired of in the Arch-deaconrie of Salop within the diocesse of Hereford, in the year 163[9?] at the visitation of Morgan Godwyn, Doctor of Lawes, Arch-deacon of Salop.
Church of England. Diocese of Saint Asaph. / [1642] Articles to be inquired of in the diocesse of S. Asaph. In the fift visitation of the reverend father in God, Iohn, Lord Bishop of S. Asaph. 1642:
Church of England. Diocese of Canterbury. / [1637] Articles to be inquired of in the first trienniall visitation of the most reverend father VVilliam, by Gods providence, lord arch-bishop of Canterbury, primate of all England; and metropolitan: in and for the dioces of Canterbury, in the yeare of our lord God 1637, and in the fourth yeere of his Graces translation.
Church of England. Diocese of Lichfield and Coventry. Bishop (1579-1609 : Overton) / [1584] Articles to be inquired of in the ordinarie visitation of the right reuerende father in God, William lorde bishop of Couentrie and Lichfielde diligently to be considered of as well by ministers, as churchwardens and swornemen, and aduesedly to be answered particulerly to euerie point, by either of them seuerally in writing, at the visitation to bee holden by the saide reuerend father, or his officers.
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Chichester. / [1634] Articles to be inquired of vvithin the Arch-deaconry of Chichester in the ordinary visitation of the right worshipfull, D. Andrewes, Arch-deacon of Chichester, anno Domini 1634.
Church of England. Diocese of Ely. Bishop (1638-1667 : Wren) / [1638] Articles to be inquired of vvithin the dioces of Ely in the first visitation of the R. Reverend Father in God Matthevv, Lord Bishop of Ely.
Church of England. Diocese of Norwich. Bishop (1619-1628 : Harsnett) / [1620. ] Articles to be inquired of within the dioces of Norwich, in the ordinary visitation of the reuerend father in God, Samuel, Lord Bishop of Norvvich. Anno Domini 1620. & translationis suæ, primo.
Church of England. Diocese of Chester. Bishop (1604-1615 : Lloyd) / [1605] Articles to be inquired of within the diocesse of Chester, in the ordinary visitation of the Reuerend Father in God, George, Lord Bishop of Chester, anno Domini 1605, and in the yeere of the raigne of our soueraigne Lord, Iames, by the grace of God, of Great Brittayne, France and Ireland, King, defender of the fayth, &c., viz. of Great Brittayne, Fraunce and Ireland, the third, and of Scotland the eight and thirtieth.
Church of England. Diocese of Peterborough. Bishop (1600-1630 : Dove) / [1605] Articles to be inquired of within the diocesse of Peterborough in the visitation of the reuerend father in God, Thomas, by the permission of God, Lord Bishop of Peterborough this present yeare 1605 and presentment to be made thereof by the churchwardens and side-men for that purpose lawfully appointed, in visitations, synods, or elswhere, within the dioces aforesaid, at any other time, when occasion shall be offered, giuing in an answer to euery particular article.
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Norwich. / [1618] Articles to be inquired of, and answered vnto by the churchwardens and inquirers, in the ordinarie visitation of the right Worsh. M. archdeacon of Norwich. anno Dom. [blank]:
Church of England. Diocese of Ely. Bishop (1559-1581 : Cox) / [1573] Articles to be inquired of, by the reuerende father in God, Richarde by Gods prouidence Bishop of Elye for the churchwardens and inquirers of euery seuerall parishe vvithin his diocesse, in his visitation, holden in the yeare of our Lord God, 1573.
Church of England. Province of Canterbury. Archbishop (1611- 1633 : Abbot) / [1615?] Articles to be inquired of, in the first metropoliticall visitation, of the most reuerend father, George, by Gods prouidence, Arch- bishop of Canterbury, and primate of all England in and for the dioces of [blank], in the yeare of our Lord God [blank], and in the fifth yeare of His Graces translation.
Church of England. Province of Canterbury. Archbishop (1604-1610 : Bancroft) / [1607] Articles to be inquired of, in the first metropoliticall visitation, of the most reuerend father, Richard by Gods prouidence, Arch-bushop [sic] of Canterbury, and primat of all England in, and for the dioces of Peterborough, in the yeare of our Lord God 1607, and in the third yeare of His Graces translation.
Church of England. Province of York. Archbishop (1631-1640 : Neile) / [1633.] Articles to be inquired of, in the metropoliticall visitation of the most Reuerend Father in God, Richard, by the prouidence of God, Lord Arch-bishop of Yorke, primate of England, and metropolitane. In the yeere of our Lord God, 1633..
Church of England. Province of Canterbury. Archbishop (1611- 1633 : Abbot) / [1613] Articles to be inquired of, in the [f]irst metropoliticall visitation, of the most reuerend father, George, by Gods pro[v]idence, Arch- bishop of Canterbury, and primate of all England in, and for the dioces of Peterbury, in the yeare of our Lord God, 1613 and in the third yeare of His Graces translation.
Church of England. Province of Canterbury. Archbishop (1553-1556 : Cranmer) / [1548] Articles to be inqvired of. 1548.
Church of England. Diocese of Bristol. Bishop (1661-1671 : Ironside) / [1662] Articles to be ministred, enquired of and answered concerning matters ecclesiastical in the first episcopal visitation of the Right Reverend father in God Gilbert, by Gods divine providence Lord Bishop of Bristol, in the second year of his consecration.
Church of England. Diocese of Canterbury. / [1619] Articles to be ministred, enquired of, and answered in the visitation of the Right Worshipfull Iames Hussey, doctor of the ciuill law and commissarie generall to the Most Reuerend Father in God the Lord Archbishop of Canterbury his grace within the citie and diocesse of Cant.
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Dorset. / [1624] Articles to be ministred, enquired of, and answered in the visitation of the Right Worshipfull Richard Fitzharbert, Master of Arts, and Archdeacon of Dorset, 1624
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Dorset. / [1683] Articles to be ministred, enquired of, and answered, concerning matters ecclesiastical in the visitation of John Feilding, Arch-Deacon of the Arch-Deaconry of Dorset. 1683.
England and Wales. Sovereign (1603-1625 : James I) / [Anno Dom. 1609] Articles to be performed by vertue of our commission of sale annexed, touching forrests, parkes, and chases.
[1646] Articles to be propounded and treated upon, touching the rendring of the garrison of Oxford
Church of England. Archdeaconry of Barnstaple. / [An. Dom. 1617] Articles to bee enquired of by the church-wardens and sworne-men within the arch-deaconrie of Barnestaple, in the diocesse of Exeter, in the visitation there holden in the yeare of our lord God. 1617.
Church of England. Province of Canterbury. / [1624?] Articles to bee enquired of by the minister, church-wardens, and sidemen of euery parish and chapelry within the deanry of [blank] in the yeare of our Lord God [blank] and presentment to be made by them conteining a particular answer to euery article
Church of England. Diocese of Chichester. Bishop (1628-1638 : Montagu) / [1628] Articles to bee enquired of, throughout the whole diocesse of Chichester, ministred and giuen in charge to the church-wardens and sidemen within the same diocesse, / by the Reuerend Father in God Richard by Gods prouidence bishop of Chichester, in his first generall visitation. Holden Anno Dom. 1628. ; Anno consecrationis suae primo..
Church of England. Province of York. Archbishop (1606-1628 : Matthew) / [1623] Articles to bee inquired of, in the diocesan visitation of the most reuerend father in God, Toby by the prouidence of God L. Archbishop of Yorke, primate of England, and metropolitane begun and continued in the yeeres of our Lord God 1622, and 1623, and in the 17 yeere of His Graces translation.
[printed in the year, 1661] Articles to unite the Catholicks and Evangelicks, (or Lutherans.) Agreed upon (according to the Treaty of peace at Munster,) and sent to the Pope by the Elector of Ments: assented to by the Electors of Collen and Trier, and the Princes of Hessen and Durmestadt: enclined to by Spain and France; to which the Jesuites at Rome have given their consent, and the Pope seems willing to conform thereto: from which union the Calvinists are excepted, as too greatly erroneous. Translated out of the Dutch copy.
Church of England. / [in anno Domini. 1571] Articles whereupon it was agreed by the archbishoppes and bishoppes of both prouinces and the whole cleargie, in the conuocation holden at London in the yere of our Lorde God. 1562. according to the computation of the Churche of Englande for the auoiding of the diuersities of opinions, and for the stablishyng of consent touching true religion. Put foorth by the Queenes aucthoritie.
England and Wales. Parliament. / [1641] The articles, or charge, exhibited in Parliament against D. Cozens of Durham, anno 1641.
Church of England. / [1665?] Articulau neu byngciau. A gyttunwyd arnynt gan archescobion ac escabion y ddwy dalaith, a'r holl Eglwyswyr, yn y gymansa a gynnhaliwyd yn Llundam ...
[1644] Articulen geaccordeert, by syn Hoogheydt den Prince van Orangien,: aen Don Andrea de Prada, gouverneur vande sterckte, t'Sas van Gendt, ende aen de capiteynen, officeiren ende soldaten daer binnen zijadi.
Stirrup, Thomas. / [1651] The artificers plain scale, or, The carpenters new rule: in two parts ... : also, how to take heights and distances severall wayes, and to draw the plot of a town or city / by Thomas Stirrup, Philomat.
Peter, John. / [1677] Artificial versifying or, The school-boy's recreation. A new way to make Latin verses. Whereby any one of ordinary capacity, that only knows the A.B.C. and can count 9 (though he understands not one word of Latin, or what a verse means) may be plainly taught, (and in as little a time as this is reading over,) how to make hundreds of hexameter verses, which shall be true Latin, true verse, and good sense. Never before publish'd.
Smyth, R. / [1540] An artificiall apologie, articulerly [sic] answerynge to the obstreperous obgannynges of one W.G. euometyd to the vituperacion of the tryumphant trollynge Thomas Smyth / repercussed by the ryght redolent & rotounde rethorician R. Smyth, P. with annotacio[n]s of the mellifluous and misticall Master Mynterne, marked in the mergent for the enucliacion of certen obscure obelisques, to thende that the imprudent lector shulde not tytubate or hallucinate in the labyrinthes of the lucubratiuncle.
Jeamson, Thomas, d. 1674. / [1665] Artificiall embellishments, or Arts best directions how to preserve beauty or procure it.
N. N. / [1680] The arts and pernicious designs of Rome wherein is shewn what are the aims of the Jesuits & friers, and what means they use to obtain them, to the prejudice of this nation and the future involving it in misery, together with some proposals to prevent the same / by a person of their own communion, who turned romanist about thirty years since.
Seamer, James. / [1675?] Arts masterpiece or The pens glory a copy book set forth in the most legible hands extant with excellent directions for the exact and speedie writing of every hand. Invented written & engraven by a lover of that noble and ingenious science James Seamer
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. ...
Carlell, Lodowick, 1602?-1675. / [1639] Arviragus and Philicia As it was acted at the Private House in Black-Fryers by his Majesties servants. The first and second part.