|Author / [Publication date]
|Fowler, Matthew, 1617 or 18-1683. /
||'E 'Anothen sophia, or, The properties of heavenly wisdom in a sermon preached at the last assizes, held at Shrewsbury, in the county of Salop / by Dr. Matthew Fowler ...
|City of London (England). Court of Common Council. /
||E. B. M. Commune Concilium tentum in Camera Guildhald, Ciuit. London, tertio die Octobris, anno regni Domini nostri Iacobi, Dei gratia, Angliæ, Franciæ, & Hiberniæ, regis fidei defensoris, &c. vicesimo, & Scotiæ quinquagesimo sexto. ... Whereas Blackwell-Hall anciently hath beene, and is a common market place, principally instituted and ordained for clothiers, ...
|E. M. /
[Printed in the yeare, 1647]
||E.M. a long imprisoned malignant, his humble submission to the Covenant and Directory: with some reasons and grounds of use to settle and satisfie tender consciences. Presented in a petition to the Right Honourable the Lords assembled in Parliament, in Whitsun-week, in the year, 1647.
|England and Wales. Parliament. /
||Die Martis, 17. Maii. 1642. The Lords and Commons in Parliament, do declare, that it is against the laws and liberties of the kingdome, that any of the subjects thereof should be commanded by the King, to attend him at his pleasure but such as are bound thereto by speciall service; and that whosoever upon pretence of his Majesties speciall command shall take arms, and gather together with others, in a warlike manner, to the terror of the the Kings people, shall be esteemed disturbers of the publike peace, ...
|Mavericke, Radford, b. 1560 or 61. /
||Three treatises religiously handled and named according to the seuerall subiect of each treatise: The mourning weede. The mornings joy. The kings reioycing. Published by R.M. minister of Gods word. Perused and allowed.
| Symonds, Joseph. /
||Three treatises, being the substance of sundry discourses:: viz. I. The fixed eye, or the mindful heart, on Psal. 25.15. II. The principal interest, or the propriety of the saints in God, on Micah 7.7. III. Gods interest in man natural and acquired, on Psal. 119.4. By that judicious and pious preacher of the gospel, Mr Joseph Symonds, M.A. late vice-provost of Eaton Colledg.
|Wilkinson, Edw. (Edward), fl. 1600-1603. /
||E.W. his Thameseidos Deuided into three bookes, or cantos.