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L. L., Gent. / [1677] Evagoras a romance / by L.L., Gent.
Saywell, William, 1643-1701. / [MDCLXXXII. 1682] Evangelical and Catholick unity, maintained in the Church of England: or an apology for her government, liturgy, subscriptions, &c.: With answers to the objections of Mr. B. Dr. O. and others, against conformity. Also a vindication of the Lord Bishop of Ely, shewing his way of true and Christian concord. And a post-script in answer to Mr. B's late objections against my self, concerning general councils, &c. By William Saywell, D.D. and master of Jesus Colledge in Cambridge.
Du Pin, Louis Ellies, 1657-1719. / [1694] The evangelical history: or, The life of our Blessed Saviour Jesus Christ comprehensively and plainly related. With practical inferences and discourses thereupon. In four books. I. Of the birth of John the Baptist. Of the conception and birth of Jesus Christ; with an account of what passed to his entrance upon the ministerial function. II. The history of the acts and miracles of our Saviour, in the first two years of his ministry. III. A relation of his acts and miracles, in the third year of his preaching. IV. An account of his acts and preaching, from the triumphant entrance into Jerusalem. Of his Crucifixion, Resurrection, apparitions, and glorious ascension into heaven. With a large practical introduction, by way of preface. Written in French by the learned L.E. du Pin, and Englished by a divine of the Church of England, with additions. Adorn'd with copper cuts.
Beverley, Thomas. / [1693] Evangelical repentance unto salvation not to be repented of upon 2 Cor. 7, 10 ; and as most seasonable, Short considerations on that great context Hebr. 12, 26, "Yet once more I shake not only Earth, &c." : upon the solemn occasion of the late dreadful earthquake in Jamaica and the later monitory motion of the earth in London, and other parts of the nation and beyond the sea ; whereunto is adjoined a discourse on death-bed repentance, on Luc. 22, 39 / by T. Beverly.
Goodwin, Philip, d. 1699. / [1649] The evangelicall communicant in the eucharisticall sacrament, or, A treatise declaring who are to receive the supper of the Lord that it is an ordinance peculiar to some, and not appertaining to all that live under the Word : contrary objections answered, necessary directions tendered, cases cleared, care encouraged, and the whole course of the Lord's Supper guided fit for reforming times / by Philip Goodwin ...
Sherwin, William, 1607-1687? / [1661] [Evangelion aionion eis t aionch] doxotaton, or, A glimpse of gospel glory. The first part together with a short but pithie treatise of Mr. E.D. shewing that Peter was never at Rome : to which is subjoyned as an appendix some pregnant collections by ... H. Nelson ... to a like purpose.
Southworth, John, 1592-1654. / [1680] Evangelium sydereum: or, Revelation demonstrated In three parts. The first being a philosophical discourse leading to the second. The second is Holy Scripture, astronomically handled from the radix of a nativity, and a direction of the luminaries, &c. The third is an appendix touching the scheme of Sol's ingress into Aries for the year 1677. The whole being a divine treatise recommended to the serious perusal of the unprejudic'd mathematician and astrologer, as also of all other persons, to the intent they may behold God's glorious wonders revealed in the heavens. By John Southworth, an experiencer of the love of Jesus, and a well-wisher to the people in scorn called Quakers.
Rusdorf, Johann Joachim von, 1589-1640. / [M.DC.XXXVII. 1637] The evaporation of the apple of Palæstine: that is, The sifting of the answeres and rescripts, lately given, in the cause of the restitution of the Palatinate. Together with a briefe demonstration of the nullities of the clandestine dispositions, by which, the electourship and the Palatinate hath beene transferred on the house of Bavaria. Translated out of Latine.
[1684] Eve revived, or, The Fair one stark-naked a novell.
Jacob, John, 17th cent. / [1678/9 i.e. 1679] Even lero'sh pina, The Jevv turned Christian, or, The corner-stone wherein is an assertion of Christ being the true Messiah / by John Jacob, formerly a Jew, but now turned a Christian.
Reading, John, 1588-1667. / [Printed in the yeer. 1643] An evening sacrifice,: or prayer for a family; necessary for these calamitous times.
Chidley, Samuel. / [1650] The evening star appearing to the saints, directing them to celebrate their holy rest, even the Sabbath-day (not from morning to morning nor from midnight to midnight but) from even to even, according to the word of God ... There is an epistle to the Parliament in the conclusion ... Unto which is annexed, A new Christian creed ... / By Samuel Chidley, Cler.
Dent, Edward. / [1692] Everlasting blessedness a sermon preached at the funeral of ... Mr. William Baker, who left this vale of tears, and was received to heavenly joyes, the 14th day of October, 1691 ... / by Edward Dent.
Gibson, William, 1629-1684. / [1667] The everlasting rule born witness unto, vvhich is to try all people that do profess God and Christ in words, or, I. A tender salutation to all people in what nation soever, and under what form soever, who do profess God and Christ in words ... II. Also an exhortation unto all people to come to that which will give them victory over sin and the devil ... III. A distinction between the ministers of Christ and the ministers of Antichrist ... / by a lover of truth and righteousness, who seeks the well-being of all mankind, William Gibson.
[1624] Every-dayes sacrifice. Wherein are comprehended many comfortable prayers and meditations, very necessary for all Christians. Also, many comforts for the sicke which are afflicted by the sight of their sins and the terrour of death; written by D. M. Luther, a little before his end. With most true comforts out of holy Scripture of the knowledge we shall haue of one another in the world to come. Translated by, W.R.S.
Lightbody, James. / [1695] Every man his own gauger wherein not only the artist is shown a more ready and exact method of gauging than any hitherto extant, but the most ignorant, who can but read English, and tell twenty in figures, is taught to find the content of any sort of cask or vessel, either full, or in part full, and to know if they be right siz'd : also what a pipe, hogshead, &c. amounts to at the common rate and measure they buy or sell at : with several useful tables to know the content of any vessel by, likewise a table shewing the price of any commodity, from one pound to an hundred weight, and the contrary : to which is added, the art of brewing beer, ale, mum, of fining, preserving and botling brew'd liquors, of making the most common physical ales now in use, of making several fine English wines : the vintners art of fining, curing, preserving all sorts of wines ... together with the compleat coffee-pan, teaching how to make coffee, tea, chocolate ... / by J. Lightbody ...
Killiray, Matthew. / [1673] Every man's duty, and the godly man's practice, or, Exhortations to love God drawn from the consideration of his great goodness towards us, and the many mercies, favours, and benefits, which we daily receive at his hands, which may stir up every one to the greatest measure of thankfulness, and perswade us all to live unto Gods glory : very profitable for these times wherein iniquity doth abound, and the love of many waketh cold.
[1646] Every mans case, or A brotherly support to Mr. VVill. Larner,: prisoner in the New-Prison in Mayden-Lane, London. Also, another letter from a prisoner, to Mr. Larner.
Jones, John, of Neyath, Brecon. / [1652] Every mans case, or, Lawyers routed: In seven treatises, the titles whereof you may find in the ensuing page. Written by John Jones, Gentl prisoner in the Fleet.
[1646] Every mans case: or, A brotherly support to Mr. Larner, prisoner in the new prison in Mayden-lane.
Freize, James. / [Printed, anno 1646] Every mans right: or, Englands perspective-glasse.: Wherein may be seen, every mans case, face, birthright, and just liberty. Whereunto is added; the copie of a letter written by a prisoner in the Fleet, unto a worthy member of the House of Commons; expressing the necessitie of justice, and the illegality of imprisonment of men for debt. Composed (primarily) for the meridian of London and VVestminster, and may prove very profitable, to inlighten the eyes of all the commons of England, in this year of our long-expected reformation, and suppressions of injustice, tyranny, and oppression, anno 1646.
[1675] Every woman her own midwife, or, A Compleat cabinet opened for child-bearing women furnished with directions to prevent miscarriages during the time of breeding, and other casualties which usually attend women in child-bed : to which is annexed cures for all sorts of diseases incident to the bodies of men, women and children.
Fox, Margaret Askew Fell, 1614-1702. / [1660] An evident demonstration to Gods elect which clearly manifesteth to them I. How necessary and expedient it is for them to come to witnesse true faith, II. That after they have attained to the faith, it must be tried as gold is tried in the fire, III. It shews how many have departed from the faith and denied it, IV. That the standing of the saints is by faith in the Son of God, V. How strong Abraham was in the faith and how all that believe are to look unto him / by Margret Fell.
Merry, Nathaniel. / [1682?] Evident satisfasction to the sick and lame; by Nath. Merry, student in physick, dwelling at the Star in Bow-Lane, near Cheapside.
[1679] The Evil eye plucked out, or, A discourse proving that church revenues cannot be alienated by any secular persons or powers without a manifest violation of the known fundamental laws of this kingdom, and of publick justice, and a common-honesty
Howard, John, 1647-1729? / [1698] The evil of our dayes with the remedy of it : a sermon preach'd at a visitation at Rothwell in Northamptonshire, Octob. 12, 1697 / by John Howard ...
[1691] The evil spirit cast-out. Being a true relation of the manner of performing the famous operation or cure, on the maiden gentlewoman, whose body was possessed with an evil spirit. With the carriage and behaviour of the evil spirit ... the several ways and means that were used to drive or cast-out the devil ... the contest between the devil and the doctor ... the strange noise, horrid cry, and great blast of wind, which happened just at the spirits departure.
Ford, Stephen, d. 1694. / [1672] The evil tongue tryed and found guilty, or, The hainousness and exceeding sinfulness of defaming and back-biting opened and declared wherein is shewed that a defaming and back-biting tongue is a most pernicious and grievous plague to man-kind / published for the common good ... by Stephen Ford.
[1653] The evill spirit conjur'd, and cast out of the Parliament