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[1677] Y Bibl cyssegr-lan sef yr Hen Destament a'r Newydd.
Newman, Arthur. / [1607] The Bible-bearer. By A.N. sometimes of Trinity Colledge in Oxford.
Bernard, Richard, 1568-1641. / [1629] The Bible-battells. Or The sacred art military For the rightly wageing of warre according to Holy Writ. Compiled for the vse of all such valiant worthies, and vertuously valerous souldiers, as vpon all iust occasions be ready to affront the enemies of God, our king, and country. By Ric. Bernard rector of Batcombe Somersetshire.
[1686] Bibliotheca Anglicana: or, A collection of choice English books all in folio, curiously bound, gilt, and lettered on the back, consisting of various subjects, but chiefly history; will be exposed to sale, by way of auction, on Wednesday next, being the fifth of May, 1686. at Jonathan's Coffee-house in Exchange-alley, in Cornhil, London. Where catalogues are to be distributed gratis; and at Christopher Hussey's shop, at the Flower-de-luce in Little-Britain. The auction will begin by nine in the morning, and two in the afternoon precisely.
Millington, Edward, d. 1703. / [1694] Bibliotheca Ashmoliana a catalogue of the library of the learned and famous Elias Ashmole, Esq. : containing not only the rarest books of history, philosophy, genealogies, heraldry, coins, &c., but of the most abstruse parts of human learning : about 40 volumes of tracts and pamphlets neatly bound, and also 30 volumes of mss., many of them written on velum : to be sold by auction on Thursday next, the 22th day of this instant February, 1693/4 [i.e. 1694], at Rolls's Auction House, in Petty-Canon Alley, in St. Paul's Church-yard / by Edward Millington.
Millington, Edward, d. 1703. / [1697] Bibliotheca Bassetiana, or, A catalogue of Greek, Latin and English books in most faculties being the library of the Reverend Mr. William Bassett ... which will be sold at auction on Thursday the fourth of February, 1697 ... / by Edward Millington.
Bullard, John. / [1693] Bibliotheca Blewitiana: being an excellent collection of books in all faculties and most languages, viz. the Oriental, Greek, Latin, French, Italian, Spanish and English : the library of the Reverend Mr. Math. Blewit, lately deceased. : Which will be sold by auction at Toms Coffee-house adjoyning to Ludgate, on Wednesday the 31st of January, 1693 and the following days ... / By John Bullord.
[1697] Bibliotheca curiosa, or, A choice collection of books in English, Latin, French, Italian, Spanish, Greek, and Hebrew in all volumes : being lately the library of an eminent merchant (deceased) in the city of London, and many of them collected in his travels ... to be sold by auction on Munday next, being the 15th of this instant November, 1697 at Roll's Auction House in Petty-Canon-Alley in St. Paul's church-yard.
[Printed in the year 1660] Bibliotheca fanatica: or, The phanatique library being a catalogue of such books as have been lately made and by the authors presented to the colledge of Bedlam·
[printed in the year, 1659] Bibliotheca militum: or The souldiers publick library. Lately erected for the benefit of all that love the good old cause at Wallingford-House: and already furnished with diverse excellent treaties, herein mentioned.
[June, 1693] Bibliotheca novissima, or, A Catalogue of books on divers subjects containing, I. Books lately printed in England, II. Books newly reprinted, III. Books now in the press, with a short account of the particular design of several of them : together with a catalogue of books lately printed, now printing and reprinting in France, Germany, Holland, &c.
[Anno Domini, 1653] Bibliotheca Parliamenti: libri theologici, politici, historici, qui prostant venales in vico vulgo vocato Little-Britain. Classis secunda. Done into English for the Assembly of Divines.
Bray, Thomas, 1658-1730. / [M DC XC VII. 1697] Bibliotheca parochialis: or, A scheme of such theological heads both general and particular, as are more peculiarly requisite to be well studied by every pastor of a parish. Part. I. Together with a catalogue of books which may be read upon each of those points. / By Thomas Bray ...
Millington, Edward, d. 1703. / [1694] Bibliotheca selecta, or, A catalogue of Greek, Latin and English books viz. fathers, historians, general councils, criticks, &c., which will be sold by auction on Thursday next, the 8th day of this instant March, 1693/4 at Rolls's Auction-House, in Petty-Canon-Alley, in St. Paul's Church-yard ... / by Edward Millington.
Clapham, Henoch. / [Anno 1597] Bibliotheca theologica: or, a librarye theological containinge, 1. A generall analysis or resolution: 2. A breife elucidation off the most sacred chapters off Elohim his Bible: drawen for the vse of yonge Christians, specially off the poorer sorte, vnable to purchase variety off holy-men theyr wrytinges: by Henoch Clapham. Nihil primum perfectum.
[1691] Bibliotheca Vemiana: or, A catalogue of the books of the late reverend and learned Dr. James Weems Principal of St. Leonard's Colledge in St. Andrews. Which are to be sold by way of auction on Munday the 14 of February next, in Jackson's Close on the north side of the High-Street, over against the east-end of the Court of Guard, the 2 turnpike, where placads shall be affixt. The time of sale is ftom two to six in the afternoon, and the books are to be seen the week before the auction begin, betwixt the hours of 10 and 12 in the forenoon, and 2 and 4 in the afternoon. The catalogues are to be had at the auction-house, Mr. Charles Lumisdens shop in the Lucken-Booths, and the houses of Mr. David Freebairn in the Cowgate opposite to Forresters-Wynd, and of Mr. David Spence in the head of Skinners Closs.
Millington, Edward, d. 1703. / [1683] Bibliotheca Whateliana: sive Catalogus variorum librorum bibliothecæ selectissimæ Rev. viri D. Whateley juxta Banbury in comitatu Oxoniensi. Cui accessit bibliotheca medica Simonis Rutland M.D. nuperrime de Brentwood in Essexiãa, cum plurimis libris medicis antiquis, præcipuéque modernis, (in gratiam medicorum) refertissima. Quorum auctio habebitur Londini, Ædibus Johan. Bridge, vulgo dicto Bridges Coffeehouse in Popes-Head-Alley over against the Royal-Exchange, in Cornhill 23 April 1683. Per Edvardum Millingtonum bibliopolam. Catalogues are distributed gratis, at the above named Bridges-Coffeehouse, at Amsterdam-Coffeehouse in Bartholomew-Lane: Mr. Colliers at the Bible on London-Bridge, Mr. Wilkinson at the Black-boy in Fleetstreet, Mr. Mortlockes at the Phœnix in St. Pauls Church yard booksellers: Mr. Cruttenden at the Theatre in Oxford, Mr. Hickes in Cambridge, 1683.
[1654] Biddle dispossest, or, His Scripture perverting catechism reformed by Scripture wherein those points of the Christian religion blasphemed by Biddle by wresting the Scripture to answer his heresies question-wise propounded are vindicated in several anti-questions resolving themselves by pertinent answers taken word for word out of the Scriptures without either consequents or comments ... / collected for their sakes who desire to be true Christians ...
Calverley, Francis. / [1681] The biggest idol in the world knock'd i'th' head.: The verb's triumph: or, The second part of Calverley's notes. : Which notes rightly distinguish the hitherto horribly misdistinguished grounds of speech; and proveth the rules of the common grammar so false and ridiculous, that it's dishonour for any learned nation to teach or account them for rules: therefore all grammarians and lovers of true distinction are desired to stand up quickly in vindication of the common grammar, or else to procure a grammar sensible, brief and pleasant, lest (by our slighting of this method) other lands entertain it first, and we (for our ingratitude) be forced to learn it of them, to our grief and shame.
England and Wales. Parliament. / [1679] The bill for regulating abuses in elections of members to serve in Parliament as it was read a second time, and committed, by the House of Commons, upon Saturday the 5th of April, 1679 : and now offered as advice to the consideration of the whole kingdom.
[1681?] A Bill for uniting the Protestants.:
Eleanor, Lady, d. 1652. / [1649] The bill of excommunication for abolishing henceforth the Sabbath called Sunday or first day / by the Lady Eleanor.
Giles, John, of Usk. / [1680] The bill of indictment exhibited against John Giles, on Wednesday the 14th instant, for his barbarous attempt upon the body of Justice Arnold together with the sentence he received ...
[1644] [Bill of mortality in London for the week of December 12 to 19, 1644]
[M.DC.LXXX.IX. 1689] A bill of sale In Westminster-Hall, on the 22d of January, will be sold by inch of candle, these following goods, in several parcels.
[1690] An Biobla Naomhtha iona bhfuil leabhair na Seintiomna ar na ttarruing as an Eabhra go Goidheilg tré chúram agus dhúthrachd an Doctuir, Uilliam Bedel, Roimhe so Easbug Chille móire a Néirinn: agus na Tiomna Nuaidhe, ar na ttabhairt go fírinneach as Greigis go Goidheilg, re Uilliam O Domhnuill. Noch atá anois chum maitheas coitcheann na nGaóidheail Albanach, áthruighte to haireach as an litir Eíreandha chum na mion-litre shoi-léighidh Romhanta; maille re suim agus brígh na ccaibidleach ós a ccionn, a nTiodaluibh aithghearr; re claraibh fós, ag míniughadh na mfocal budh deacraigh ré na ttuigsin, le R.K. M.A.
Hume, John, 1634 or 5-1692. / [1670] Bios epoyranios, or, The character of an heavenly conversation being the substance of a sermon lately preached in Yorkshire / by John Hume ...
Humphryes, John. / [1657] The bios pantōn heideotos, or, [Hebrew] or the vision of eternity held forth,: in answer to some antiquæries, vvhich were given forth from Ægypt by one of Babels builders, a pretended minister of Christ, living in Worcestershire at Beudly, that is called Mr. Henry Osland. But the quæries were given forth as the following papers declare, out of simplicity of heart, for satisfaction of the truth: but instead of giving a reasonable account to him that asks, he rails like a greedie hangman, ... So now the antiquæries are answered by one who ... is escaped out of Ægypt from the magicians ... Whose name is known to God by these three Jews letters in the sequel, [Hebrew] but to men by Iohn Humphryes.
[1694] A Birchen rod for Dr. Birch, or, Some animadversions upon his sermon preached before the Honourable the House of Commons, at St. Margaret's Westminster, January 30, 1694 in a letter to Sir T.D. and Mr. H.
Sherman, Edmund, 17th cent. / [1681] The birth and burning of the image called S. Michael containing the substance of a narrative lately given into the vestry of All Saints Barkin, London / by Mr. Edmond Sherman ... at laying down his office in Easter week, 1681 ... ; together with a letter to Mr. Jonathan Saunders ... which may serve for an answer to his two late pamphlets entituled, Apparitions, &c. ; introduced with two vestry orders demonstrating not so good reason for its birth as burning ; set up anno 1659/60, burnt anno 1680/81 ...
Robinson, John, Preacher at East-Thorpe. / [1655. i.e. 1654] The birth of a day:: being a treatise theologicall, morall and historicall, representing (as in a scene) the vicissitudes of all humane things, with their severall causes and sacred uses. Compos'd for the establishing mans soul unchangeable in the faith, amidst the various changes of the world. / By J. Robinson Mr of Arts and preacher of Gods Word.
I. L., fl. 1589. / [1589] The birth, purpose, and mortall vvound of the Romish holie League. Describing in a mappe the enuie of Sathans shauelings, and the follie of their wisedome, through the Almighties prouidence. By I.L.
[1682?] The birth, life and death of John Frank
[1642] The birth, life, death, wil, and epitaph, of Iack Puffe Gentleman.
Blake, Thomas, 1597?-1657. / [1644] The birth-priviledge, or, Covenant-holinesse of beleevers and their issue in the time of the Gospel together with the right of infants to baptisme / by Thomas Blake ...
Barlow, Thomas, 1607-1691. / [1670] Bishop Barlow's state of the case, whether any books may be lent out of Sir Thomas Bodley's library?: Occasioned by Mr. Selden's soliciting the University for certain MSS. out of it.
Cosin, John, 1594-1672. / [1700] Bishop Cozens's argument, proving, that adultery works a dissolution of the marriage. Being the substance of several of Bishop Cozens his speeches in the House of Lords, upon the debate of Lord Ross's case. Taken from original papers writ in the Bishop's own hand.
Merke, Thomas, d. 1409. / [printed in the year 1679] The Bishop of Carlile's speech in parliament, concerning deposing of princes: Thought seasonable to be published to this murmuring age.
Stratford, Nicholas, 1633-1707. / [1692] The Bishop of Chester's charge in his primary visitation at Chester, May 5, 1691
Patrick, Simon, 1626-1707. / [1692] The Bishop of Ely's letter to his clergy:
Sparrow, Anthony, 1612-1685. / [1669] The Bishop of Exons Caution to his diocese against false doctrines delivered in a sermon at Truro in Cornwall at his primary visitation.
Musket, George, 1583-1645. / [M.DC.XXIII 1623] The Bishop of London his legacy. Or certaine motiues of D. King, late Bishop of London, for his change of religion, and dying in the Catholike, and Roman Church. VVith a conclusion to his bretheren, the LL. Bishops of England.
Compton, Henry, 1632-1713. / [1692] The Bishop of London's eighth letter to his clergy upon a conference how they ought to behave themselves under the Toleration.
[1699?] The Bishop of St. David's case
Whitaker, Edward. / [1681] The Bishops Courts dissolved, or, The law of England touching ecclesiastical jurisdiction stated wherein it appears that the spiritual courts want both power and might to execute their wills upon his Majesties good subjects at his day : being a short and brief account of the several statutes made concerning the spiritual and ecclesiastical jurisdiction / by E.W.
[1641] Bishops, iudges, monopolists
[1641. i.e. 1642] The bishops last vote in Parliament. Or, Their supersedeas from both Houses, in February, 1641. Who are now wished to attend their flocke, seeing they have time and leasure. Or if they will to preach in the Tower.
R. P. / [1641] The Bishops looking-glasse, or, The Clergies prospective vvherein they may cleerly see themselves in their persons, offices, in their lives and conversations : laid open by way of inquisition, by the following discourse / by R. P.
[1641] The Bishops manifest: or, A comparative relation of conformitie of the English prelates to those treacherous and deceitfull ones in the reign of King Hen. the eighth. Wherein more knavery of theirs is discovered to the world then we think of; in which many of their notorious pranks are made known. Humblie presented to the High Court of Parliament.
[1641] The bishops mittimus to goe to Bedlam vpon their accusation of high treason by the Parliament for making their petition and protestation to His Maiesty against the proceedings of the same : wherein is shewed the principall causes of their distraction and the evill effects of this distemper Anno. 1641 : with a charge to the master vvarders, and keepers of the prison for to use their best meanes to recover their wits againe.