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Mews, Peter, 1619-1706. / [1663] The ex-ale-tation of ale being the antient liquor of this realme¨ Or, A clear definition of its efficacious operation in several pates, arts and professions. Dedicated to all that love ale, and to be presented to all the inns and ale-houses in England.
Mews, Peter, 1619-1706. / [1671] The ex-ale-tation of ale written by a learned pen.
[1656] Ex ungue leonem, or, A proof (by ten dozen) of sixty one gross epigrams designed for the year 1656
Mews, Peter, 1619-1706. / [1646] The ex-ale-tation of ale, the anciant lickquor of this realme.: Or, A cleare definition of its effecatious operation in severall pates, arts, and professions.
Ireland, Thomas, Sir. / [1651] An exact abridgement in English of all the reports of that learned and reverend judge Sir James Dyer Knight, and sometimes Lord Chief Justice of the Common Pleas composed by Sir Thomas Ireland ... ; wherein is contained the very substance of all those reports at large ; with a perfect table to the same ...
Coke, Edward, Sir, 1552-1634. / [1650] An exact abridgement in English of the eleven books of reports of the learned Sir Edward Coke, knight, late lord chief justice of England and of the councel of estate to His Majestie King James wherein is briefly contained the very substance and marrow of all those reports together with the resolutions on every case : also a perfect table for the finding of the names of all those cases and the principall matters therein contained / composed by Sir Thomas Ireland.
Hughes, William, of Gray's Inn. / [1665] An exact abridgement in English, of the cases reported by Sr. Francis More Kt. serjeant at law with the resolution of the points in law therein by the judges / collected by William Hughes of Grayes-Inn Esq.
Ferrar, Richard. / [1698] An exact abridgement of the general history of the world from the creation to the year 1685 / by the accurate pen of a learned historian.
Croke, George, Sir, 1560-1642. / [in the year, 1658] An exact abridgement of the reports of that eminent lawyer Sir George Crook knight, one of the judges of both benches, of such select cases as were adjudged in the said courts the time that he was judge in either of them. With two exact tables of the cases and principal matter therein contained.
Plowden, Edmund, 1518-1585. / [1650] An exact abridgment in English, of The commentaries, or reports of the learned and famous lawyer, Edmond Plowden, an apprentice of the common law.: Concerning diverse cases and matters in law, and the arguments thereupon; in the times of the reignes of King Edward the Sixth, Queen Mary, King Philip, and Queen Mary, and Queen Elizabeth, with the exceptions to the pleadings, and answers thereunto; the resolutions of the matters in law, and all other principall matters arising upon the same. By F.H. of the Inner Temple London, Esq;
England and Wales. / [1666] An exact abridgment of all statutes in force and use from the beginning of Magna Carta until 1641 / by Edm. Wingate of Grayes-Inne, Esq. ; with a continuation, under their proper titles, of all acts in force and use, untill the year 1666, and alphabetically digested under apt titles ; whereto is annexed four tables directing to the several matters and clauses throughout the said statutes.
England and Wales. / [1694] An exact abridgment of all the statutes of King William and Queen Mary now in force and use / by J. Washington.
[MDCXC. 1690] An exact abridgment of all the trials (not omitting any material passage therein) which have been published since the year 1678: relating to the popish, and pretended Protestant-plots in the reigns of King Charles the 2d, and King James the 2d.
M. R. / [1660] An exact accompt of the receipts, and disbursments expended by the Committee of Safety, upon the emergent occasions of the nation·: Delivered in by M. R. secretary to the said committee, to prevent false reports, and prejudicate censures.
[1681] The Exact account and solemn manner of assembling the Parliament of Scotland on the first day of their convention at Edinborough on Thursday the 28th of July, 1681 being a true and full relation of the ancient order and custome then performed in their passage to the Parliament-house before His Majesties High Commissioner, His Royal Highness, James Duke of York and Albany, &c : as it was drawn up and presented to His Royal-Highness, and the Right Honourable the Lords of His Majesties Privy-Council in that kingdom, by Lyon king at arms : as also the proclamation preparatory thereunto.
[1690] An exact account of his Majesties progress from his first landing in Ireland to his arrival at Hilsbrough near the Newry. Together with the Protestants address.
[1689] An Exact account of Major General Kirkes safe arrival and relieving of London-Derry with all the particulars relating to this glorious action.
[MDCLXXXIX 1689] An Exact account of the affairs of Ireland, with the particulars of the signal victory obtained by the valiant men of Enneskilling, under the command of Colonel Thomas Lloyd, on the twenty fourth of September, 1689 / in a letter from Holyhead to a friend at London.
[1689] An Exact account of the ceremonial at the coronation of their Most Excellent Majesties King VVilliam and Queen Mary, the eleventh day of this instant April, 1689
[A.D. 1663] An exact account of the daily proceedings of the commissioner of oyer and terminer at York against the late horrid and bloody conspirators. With the particulars of what hath lately occur'd in England. York Jan. 8.
[1689] An Exact account of the Duke of Schombergs happy voyage from Highlake, to his safe arrival at Carrick-Fergus with the particulars of the engagement with three French men of war in that bay.
[1679] An Exact account of the King of Sweden's dangerous sickness with a true relation by what means the constant report of his death hath been occasion'd.
[1690] An Exact account of the Kings march to Ardee and of his forcing the Irish to abandon the pass of the River Boyne, and of what hapn'd in the passage, as also of the Irish army's retreat towards Dublin and of our army's pursuit of them : with an address presented to the King.
J. W. / [1690] An exact account of the late action at the town of Dundalk against the Irish by Their Majesties forces commanded by Sir John Lanier : together with the articles of the surrender of Moss-Town.
Navailles, Philippe de Montault de Bénac, duc de, 1619-1684. / [1669] An exact account of the late engagement between the French king's forces, and those of the Grand Seignior before Candia, on the 25th of June 1669 as it came in a letter from the Duke de Navailles, the French general : with a list of the slain and wounded.
[1683] An exact account of the manner of the execution of Algernoon Sidney Esq; on Tower-Hill, for high-treason, with his behaviour on the scaffold
[1689] An Exact account of the most considerable transactions that hath occurred in Ireland, since the late K. Jame's arrival there
[1667] An Exact account of the most remarkable fires which have happened in London and other places in England, from William the Conqueror to the reign of the best of kings, Charles the Second:
[1679] An exact account of the number of Parliament-men in England and Wales, and the Cinque-Ports with the places where they are chosen. The whole number is 513.
[1689] An Exact account of the present posture of affairs in Dublin as also the condition of the English and Irish army, with the particulars relating to James-Town and Sligoe.
[1682] An Exact account of the proceedings at Guild-Hall upon the election of the Right Honourable Sir William Prichard the present Lord Mayor of the city of London
[1689] An Exact account of the raising the siege of Londonderry and the deplorable condition the town was in, till happily reliev'd by Major-General Kirk.
[1689] An Exact account of the Royal Army under the command of His Grace Duke Schomberg with the particulars of a great defeat given to the Irish army near Boyle.
[in the year. 1691] An exact account of the success of his majesties army in Ireland for the last week; giving a relation of the number killed. Together with a list of the officers names taken prisoners and brought into Dublin. With a description of the train of artillery that is gone to besidge Athlon.
[MDCXCI 1691] An Exact account of the taking by storm, the English town of Athlone, June the 21st in a letter from Dublin, June the 23th.
[1690] An exact account of the taking of the pass of Butlers'-Bridge, and of the demolishing of Cavan. With the particulars of defeating the Irish forces at those places. In a letter from an Officer at Belturbet, to a Person of Quality in London. Licensed March 29. 1690.
[1678] An exact account of the trials of the several persons arraigned at the Sessions-house in the Old-Bailey for London & Middlesex beginning on Wednesday, Decemb. 11, 1678 and ending the 12th of the same month.
Sidney, Algernon, 1622-1683, defendant. / [1683] An Exact account of the tryal of Algernoon Sidney who was tryed at the Kings-Bench-Bar at Westminster this present Wednesday, being the twenty fifth of November for conspiring the death of the King, and His Royal Highness, of which he was convicted
Badger, John, fl. 1693. / [1696] An exact alphabetical catalogue of all that have taken the degree of Doctor of Physick in our two universities from the year 1659, to this present year 1695 publish'd for the benefit of all English-men, particularly to inform the people of London, who are honest and regular physicians / by John Badger ...
[1644] Exact and certaine newes from the Siege at Yorke. And of many remarkable passages of our armys in those parts, extracted out of diverse letters which were sent by this last post from Hull, to a gentleman of Grayes-Inne. As also the taking of Mulgrave Castle, and in it Sir Walter Vavasour, Sir Peter Middletons eldest sonne, and other gentlemen of quality. Together with the relation of the Scots second army, advanced to Blithenooke in Northumberland, and their taking of Morpeth Castle. With many other remarkable observations.
[1696] An Exact and compleat journal of all the considerable actions of the confederate fleets and armys from the opening of the campaigne, for this present year, 1695, untill the conclusion thereof.
Commissioners of Lieutenancy for the city of London. / [1690] An exact and faithful list of those worthy gentlemen & citizens His Majesty has been pleased to commissionate anew for the honourable lieutenancy of the city of London which is just past the seals.
Oates, Titus, 1649-1705. / [1680] An exact and faithful narrative of the horrid conspiracy of Thomas Knox, William Osborne, and John Lane, to invalidate the testimonies of Dr. Titus Oates, and Mr. William Bedlow by charging them with a malicious contrivance against the E. of Danby, and the said Dr. Oates with an attempt of sodomy wherein are exemplified from the originals I. Four forged letters dictated by Thomas Knox, II. Five false informations, one paper of memorials, and one other information against Dr. Oates for sodomy, forged by Knox in the names of Lane and Osborne, III. The informations, depositions, examinations, and confessions of the said Knox, Osborne, and Lane, taken upon oath before Sir William Waller and Edmund Warcup, Esq., IV. An account of some depositions taken before the Lords Committees of Secresie, relating thereunto, V. The breviates of the councel for the King at the trials of the said Knox and Lane, Nov. 25, 1679, wherein full satisfaction is given to the world of the whole cause, by the particular evidences of the witnesses in behalf of the King / published by the appointment of me, Titus Oates.
[1690] An Exact and faithful relation of the process pursued by Dame Margaret Areskine, Lady Castlehaven, relict of the decesed Sir James Foulis of Collingtoun, against Sir James Foulis now of Collingtoun, before the Lords of Council and Session with certain remarks upon the import and extent of protestations for remeed of law in general, and in particular upon the protestation or appeal offered by the Lady.
[1643] An Exact and full relation of all the proceedings between the cavaliers, and the Northamptonshire forces at Banbury.: VVith the present state and condition which that country is in at this present. VVhereunto is added the articles of agreement, made at Banbury, for a pacification, and setling of the peace of that county, by the commissioners of Array and the deputy lieutenants of the said county.
[Aug. 19. 1647] An exact and full relation of the great victory obtained against the rebels at Dungons-Hill in Ireland, August 8. 1647.: by the forces under the command of Colonel Michael Jones. With a letter from the said colonel, to the right honorable, the committee at Derby house. Together with a perfect list of all that were slain, and taken prisoners. Ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that this relation be forthwith printed and published. H: Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.
Ellis, Thomas. / [July 5. 1644] An exact and full relation of the last fight, between the Kings forces and Sir William Waller.: Sent in a letter from an officer in the army to his friend in London. Printed to prevent mis-information.
[1645] An exact and humble remonstrance touching the late conflict of armies in and neer the county of Pembrooke;: and the present condition of the harbour of Milford. Presented to the Honourable Committee of the two united kingdomes, England and Scotland, by such as were very lately resident in the said county. Together with a word of remembrance and advice, seasonably they hope, directed to the committee of the said county, and mayor of Penbrooke [sic].
[1691] An Exact and particular account of the defeat given to the rebels in the county of Cork by the Lord Justice Cox and Coll. Hastings, with 2000 of the army and militia and of the Lord Lisburn's cutting off a party of the French and Irish horse near Lanesborough Pass / in a letter from Dublin, June the 25.
[1664/5] An Exact and perfect list of the names of the knights of the counties, citizens of the cities, burgessses of the boroughs and towns and barons of the cinque-ports that serve in this present Parliament taken at this last session, annoq. Regni Car. 2 Regis I 6/7.
[1687] An Exact and perfect relation of the arrival of the ship the James and Mary, Captain Phipps commander with 2000000¾. in gold and silver taken up in nine fathom water from the bottom of the sea, being a suppos'd wreck of a Spanish galion, cast-away above 43 years ago among the Bahama Islands / as it was taken from the aforesaid captain ...
[Jan. 28, 1643] An exact and perfect relation of the proceedings of Sr Hugh Cholmly in Yorkshire, and of the taking of Captaine Canfield by the Parliaments forces, who commanded a Lancashire troop of papists. Also a true relation of a great battle fought at Tadcaster the last week, where Captaine Hotham slew and took three or foure hundred cavaliers. Likewise true information from Leeds, Mackefield, and Skipton. Also the proceedings of Sir John Seaton in Manch[e]ster. Likewise a true relation of a great battle fought neere Darby, between Mr. Hastings of Leicestershire, and Sir John Gell. Whereunto is annexed a copy of instructions sent by His Majesties great counsell, to the Lieutenants, Deputy-Lieutenants, and all other officers of every respective county of England; for the due execution of justice, the looking to the corruption of sheriffes, the enquiry after enclosures, the convicting of papists, &c. And many more particulars worthy the knowledge of the Kingdome.
[July 14, 1645] An Exact and perfect relation of the proceedings of the army under the command of Sir Thomas Fairfax, from the sixth of this instant July to the eleventh of the same wherein is expressed the particulars of the victory obtained by the Parliaments forces over Goring, neer Langport in Sommersetshire : dated at Sir Thomas Fairfax quarters at Middlesey, 4 miles from Bridgewater, July 11.
[1619] An exact and sound discovery of the chiefe mysteries of jesuiticall iniquity.
[1690] An Exact and true account of the blowing up of the French magazine of Dunkirk and the particulars of the taking of five French flutes : laden with ammunition by the Dutch, sailing from the said port for Brest, design'd for Ireland.
[1687] An Exact and true account of the number, names, founders, and the years of foundation of all the publick schools in England with all the reputed academics and universites in the Christian world, viz. England, Scotland, Ireland, Bohemia, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Lithuania, Moravia, Poland, Prussia, Portugal, Spain, Sicily, Silesia, Sweden, Switzerland, and Transilvania.
[1682] An exact and true account of the proceedings of the sessions begun at the Old-Bayly, on Wednesday January the 17th. 1682. Giving an account of the tryals and condemnations of the several prisoners brought thither. Printed by authority.
[1690] An exact and true account on the taking five French ships laden with ammunition, by the Dutch, design'd for Ireland: together with the particulars of the blowing up of Dunkirk by the magazine taking fire.
[1663?] An exact and true definition of the most stupendious water-commanding engine, invented by the Right Honourable (and deservedly to be praised and admired) Edward Somerset, Lord Marquess of Worcester, and by his Lordship himself presented to his most Excellent Majesty Charles the Second, our most gracious Sovereign ...
Mansell, R. (Roderick) / [1680] An exact and true narrative of the late popish intrigue, to form a plot, and then to cast the guilt and odium thereof upon the Protestants ... faithfully collected by Col. Roderick Mansell.
[1641 i.e. 1642] An exact and true relation how eighteene French and Irish men, whose names are set downe, were apprehended at Salt-come in Devonshire neere Plymouth, and from thence by order of Parliament, brought up to Newgate, on Munday the 7th March 1641. upon a suspition that they had an intention to transport victuals and munition to the rebels in Ireland. Whereunto is added very good newes from Ireland, brought over by the last post, 7 Mar. 1641.
[Iune 10. 1644] An exact and true relation in relieving the resolute garrison of Lyme in Dorset-shire, by the Right Honourable, Robert Earle of Warwicke, Lord High Admirall of England. Besieged by Prince Maurice, the Lord Inchiquin, and his Irish rogues, together with the Lord Pawlet. As also the particular passages in many gallant sallyes and assaults betwixt the enemy and themselves, with the brave courage of many female souldiers: as also the taking two ships of great value, that were comming to relieve the enemy: and the present condition in which the town at this instant is, with other remarkable mews fron Exceter. As it was sent by a speciall and faithfull hand, from His Majesties ship called the Iames, riding now at anchor before Lyme, dated Iune the first.
Foulis, Henry, Sir, 1607 or 8-1643. / [Decem. 21. 1642] An exact and true relation of a bloody fight performed against the Earl of Newcastle and his forces before Todcaster and Selby in York-shire, in his march towards London. By the Lo: Fairfax, Sir Chr: Wray, Sir Henry Foulis, Capt: Hotham, Capt: Hatcher, Capt: Rhodes, and Capt: Anderson, with their troops. With the number of souldiers that were slain. Sent in a letter from Selby, by Sir Henry Foulis Baronet, to Mr. T. Chaloner Esquire, dwelling in Drury-lane, London. With a list of the names of all the commanders and other gentlemen of note that were taken prisoners in the late battell at Winchester.
[Sept. 17. 1642] An exact and true relation of a most cruell and horrid murther committed by one of the cavaliers, on a woman in Leicester, billetted in her house: who was shot into the back, being within five weeks of the time of her delivery. Read in the house of Commons, and ordered to be forthwith printed and published: H: Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.
[1633.] The exact and true relation of that bloody battell fought betweene His royall Majestie of Swethland, and the Imperial Army the 5 and 6. of November 1632. In the which battell his Majestie was killed. Besides Luelzen, two Germane myles from Leipseich. / Written from Erdfoord by a worthie captaine the 12 of November, who was an eye witnesse to the battell..
Sad spectator. / [Decemb. 13. 1642] An exact and true relation of that tumultuous behaviour of divers citizens and others at Guild-Hall, December the 12. 1642.: Wherein is related the businesse they pretend, their conference with my lord major and court of common counsell, their cruelty to the souldiers, their breach of peace, and shamefull abuse to the citizens, with other remarkeable things. By a sad spectator.
[1684] An exact and true relation of the behaviour of Edmund Kirk, John Bennet, Morgan Keading [i.e. Reading] and Andrew Hill, during their imprisonment, and at the place of execution on Friday the 11th of this instant July 1684 with their last dying words and speeches at Tyburn.
[1663] An Exact and true relation of the birth and life of Simon Morin, who professed himself to be Jesus Christ for which, and other detestable heresies, together with his book entitutled Penseés du Morin, he was condemned and burnt at Paris in the end of February last, 1662/3 : with an essay against toleration of schism and hersie.
[October 28. 1642] An exact and true relation of the dangerous and bloody fight, between His Majesties army, and the Parliaments forces, neer Kyneton in the county of Warwick, the 23 of this instant October. Sent in a letter to Iohn Pym Esquire, a member of the House of Commons. Which letter was signed by Denzell Hollis: Ph: Stapleton: Tho: Ballard: William Balfore: Io: Meldrum: Charls Pym: who were then present. Ordered that this relation be forthwith printed and published: H: Elsynge, Cler: Parl: D: Com:
[Octob. 29. 1642] An exact and true relation of the dangerous and bloody fight, betweene His Majesties Army, and the Parliaments forces, neer Kyneton in the county of Warwicke, the 23 of this instant October. Sent in a letter to Iohn Pym Esquire, a member of the House of Commons. Ordered that this relation be forthwith printed and published: H: Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.
J. R. / [MDCLIII. 1653] An exact and true relation of the great and mighty engagement between the English and Duch [sic] fleets, upon the coast of Holland;: and the advancing of 24 of the chief Lords and noblemen of the United Provinces, to the several courts of admiralty. The setting up of the standard of the Netherlands: the resolution of their Lord Admiral De Witte, and his joyning with the French Fleet. The chaining up of the Dutch Harbors, the planting of the ordnance against the English; and all officers and souldiers to die without mercy, that shall dissert their colours. With the bearing up of the Lord General Monk, and 100 gallant men of war against them; their resolution to fight it out to the last man. The engaging of them near the Texel, the number sunk and taken; and the full particulars of the loss on both sides, with a list of the names of the captains, lieutenants, ensignes, masters, and others officers taken prisoners. Advertised by letters from the Navy, Sept. 3. 1653. and published by special order.
[1662] An exact and true relation of the landing of Her Majestie at Portsmouth, after many high tempests, and a long distresse at sea; and how she was diligently and magnificently met with in the way by his highness the Duke of York, the Duke of Ormond, the Earl of Suffolk, the Earl of Chesterfield, and many other personages of honour: ... Together with a perfect account of her happy and most auspicious mariage [sic] to his most sacred Majesty, on Wednesday May 21. ...
[1641] An exact and true relation of the late plots which were contrived and hatched in Ireland. 1. A coppy of a letter sent from the Lord chiefe Iustices and Privy Councell in Ireland, to our parliament here in England. 2. Their last proclamation which they published concerning those traytors. 3. The whole discourse of the plot revealed by Owen Ockanellee who is now in Englond [sic]. 4. The dangerous and extraordinary deliverance of the party who narrowly escaped with his life. 5. The reward the Parliament hath confirmed upon him. 6. The true relation of the whole treason related by the Lord Keeper, to the Honourable House of Commons the first of November. 1641.
[1641] An exact and true relation of the late plots which were contrived and hatched in Ireland.: 1. A coppy of a letter sent from the Lord chiefe Iustices and Privy Councell in Ireland, to our parliament here in England. 2. Their last proclamation which they published concerning those traytors. 3. The whole discourse of the plot revealed by Owen Ockanellee who is now in Englond [sic]. 4. The dangerous and extraordinary deliverance of the party who narrowly escaped with his life. 5. The reward the Parliament hath confirmed upon him. 6. The true relation of the whole treason related by the Lord Keeper, to the Honourable House of Commons the first of November. 1641.
Travers, Jacob. / [1644] An exact and true relation of the taking of Arundel Castle the sixt of this present Ianuary, betweene nine and ten of the clock in the forenoone, by the valour of that ever honoured Knight Sir William Waller.: Wherein were taken prisoners, Sir Edward Lloyd colonel, Sir Edward Bishop colonel, Josias Bamfield colonel, Lieutenant Colonel Rawlins, Major Mullins, Major Massey, Major Miles, and of majors, captaines, lieutenants, and reformadoes, about fifty more: as also 1000. prisoners, 1000. armes, 4000. l'.in mony, with other great booties. Sent in a letter from the army. This is licensed and entered in the Hall book according to order.
[1660] An exact and true relation, of the wonderful vvhirle-vvind, on Saturday, June the 2. about 4. of the clock in the afternoone at Worthington, and Worthington-Hall, and at Tongue, and some other places in the county of Leicester. As also, the terrible devastation that it made in beating downe many trees and houses, and with a sudden violence stripping naked many great okes, and plucking their barkes from their bodies; as also taking away a hive of bees, and great store of linnen, which could never since be heard of. Together with the miraculous mercy of God in preserving many men, women, and children, who were desperatly involved in that dreadfull danger. Very necessary to be read. Attested by Colonell Tho: Ragge, and Major Fran. Beniskin of Tongue, to whom the said hive of bees belonged; and by many thousands of others, whose names are too many to be here incerted.
England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons. / [1679/80 i.e.1680] An exact and true table of the fees of the chief, or head-searcher, and of His Majesties five under-searchers in the port of London, established by the Commons in Parliament, anno 14 Car. 2 together with an account of the several laws and statutes that forbid them to exact, require, or receive, any other or greater fee of any merchant or other person whatsoever, than the several fees here under-specified, and the penalty and punishment of those searchers or officers that shall act contrary to the said laws / collected for the benefit of all persons, as well merchants as others, trading in the port of London.
[1658] An Exact book of entries, of the most select judiciall vvrits used in the common-law.: Translated from the originall manuscript, which was collected by the hands of that eminent clerk, Robert Moyle Esq; late one of the prothonotaries of the Court of Common-Bench. A work of much industry, as may appeare by the authors great paines in quoting of book-cases, opinions of judges, number rolls, and many other requisites, for the confirmation of every entry, whereof none have been ever published before. Printed now for the use and benefit of all, but aimed most especially for such as are most conversant in the common-law. By J.H. Gent. With a perfect table in which may be found the principall matters therein contained.
[MDCLXIII 1663] An Exact catalogue of the names of several ministers lately ejected out of their livings in several counties of England because they could not conform for conscience sake.
Dale, Robert, d. 1722. / [1697] An exact catalogue of the nobility of England and lords spiritual, according to their resective precedencies with all their titles of honor (whether by creation, succession, or office), and the particular times of their several promotions : together with their paternal coats of arms, and also those of the Archiepiscopal and Episcopal sees in blazon / by Robert Dale, Gent. ...
T. L. W. / [1658] An exact character or, narrative of the late right noble, and magnificent Lord, Oliver Cromvvell, the Lord Protector of England, Scotland, and Ireland; with the dominions thereof: Together with a brief recapitulation (or declaration) of his many miraculous victories, virtues, and atchievements, throughout the three nations. With his decease on Friday, the 3d of Septemb. 1658, being above 60 years of age; and the election of his eldest son the Lord Richard, to be Lord Protector of England, Scotland, & Ireland, &c. With the proclaiming of His Highness on Saturday, (the 4th instant) throughout the cities of London, and Westminster. Written by T. l'W. of the Middle-Temple, London, for the present perusal of all honest patriots: and allowed on, by special authority, to be forthwith printed and published.
England and Wales. Parliament. / [1679] An exact collection of all orders, votes, debates, and conferences in the House of Peers and House of Commons both in the late and present parliament relating to and concerning Thomas Earl of Danby and the five other lords in the Tower as also all votes, debates and conferences concerning the bishops sitting and voting in capital cases / faithfully extracted out of the journals of both houses by a careful hand.
W. S., One of the clerks of the Upper Bench Office. / [1653] An exact collection of choice declarations, with pleas, replications, rejoynders, demurrers, assignement of errours and the entries of judgments thereupon affirmed. / Collected by VV. S. one of the clerks of the upper bench office : in the reignes of Queen Elizabeth, King James, and the late King Charles. Diligently perused, and translated into English, for the benefit and helpe of young clerkes. With an exact table, wherein may be found the principall matters contained in the whole book.
Fioravanti, Leonardo, 1518-1588. / [1659] An exact collection of the choicest and more rare experiments and secrets in physick and chyrurgery (both cymick and Galenick) viz. of Leonard Phioravant, Knight and doctour in physick and chyrurgery, his Rational secrets and chyrurgery &c. : whereunto is annexed Paracelsus's One hundred and fourteen experiments : with certain excellent works of G.B. áa ortu Aquitano ; also Isaac Holandus, his secrets concerning his vegetal and animal work : with Quercetanus his Spagyrick antidotary for gun-shot : also certain collections out of some manuscripts of Dr. Edwards and other physitians of note ...
England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons. / [1689] An exact collection of the debates of the House of Commons, held at Westminster, October 21, 1680 prorogued the tenth, and dissolved the eighteeth of January following : with the debates of the House of Commons at Oxford, assembled March 21, 1680 : also a just and modest vindication of the proceedings of the said Parliaments.
Wingate, Edmund, 1596-1656. / [1660] The exact constable with his original & power in the offices of church wardens, overseers of the poor, surveyors of the highwayes, treasurers of the county stock, and other inferior officers as they are established, both by the common laws and statutes of this realm. By E.W. of Grays-Inn Esq;
[1641] An Exact copie of the Irish rebels covenant
Avaux, Jean-Antoine de Mesmes, comte d', 1640-1709. / [1684] An exact copy of a letter from the Count d'Avaux, His Most Christian Majesties ambassador at the Hague dated the 9th of January 1684 and directed to the King his master which was intercepted by the Marquess de Grana governour of the Spanish Netherlands : as also the copies of other three letters relating to the same affair.
[1680] An Exact copy of the petition of the protestants in France to their sovereign Lewis XIV for redress of their present oppressions / faithfully translated from the French.
[1642?] An Exact coranto from most parts of Christendom from July 3, to this present, viz, from Cullen, Leipsich, Newheruse, Aldenburg, Bohemia, Vienna, Prague, Collen, Hamburgh.
[1642] An Exact description of a Roundhead, and a long-head shag-poll:: taken our [sic] of the purest antiquities and records. Wherein are confuted the odious aspersions of malignant spirits: especially in answer to those most rediculous, absurd and beyond comparison, most foolish baffle-headed pamphlets sent into the world by a sinking locust, viz. The devill turn'd Round-head. The resolution of the Round-head. [double brace] The vindication of the Round-head. and Jourdan the players ex-exercising [sic].
[1643] An exact description of Prince Ruperts malignant she-monkey, a great delinquent:: Having approved her selfe a better servant, then his white dog called Boy. Laid open in three particulars: 1. What she is in her owne shape. 2. What she doth figuratively signifie. 3. Her malignant tricks and qualities.
Garway, Thomas. / [1660?] An exact description of the grovvth, quality, and vertues of the leaf tea. By Thomas Garway in Exchange-Alley near the Royal Exchange in London, tobacconist, and seller and retailer of tea and coffee.
Coe, Richard, 17th cent. / [Iuly 19, 1644] An exact diarie. Or A breife relation of the progresse of Sir William Wallers army since the joyning of the London avxilliaries with his forces: which was the twelfth of May 1644. untill their returne homeward on Thursday the 11 of Iuly following. Relating the perticulars of every skirmish battle and march dureing the said time. By Richard Coe under Cap. Gore of the Tower Hamlets who was present in the whole expedition.
Whittel, John. / [1689] An exact diary of the late expedition of His Illustrious Highness, the Prince of Orange, now King of Great Britain, from his palace at the Hagve, to his landing at Torbay, and from thence to his arrival at White-Hall giving a particular account of all that happened, and every day's march / by a minister, chaplain in the army.
[1689] An Exact diary of the siege of the city of Ments, from the time that the imperialists first sate down before it, to the surrender of the place
[1679] An exact discovery of the mystery of iniquity as it is now in practice amongst the Jesuits and other their emissaries with a particular account of their antichristian and devillish policy / composed in the Italian tongue by one of the Romish religion ; translated into English, and now newly published by Titus Oates.
[1679] An exact discovery of the mystery of iniquity as it is now in practice amongst the Jesuits and other their emissaries with a particular account of their antichristian and devillish policy / composed in the Italian tongue by one of the Romish religion ; translated into English, and now newly published by Titvs Oates ...
Neville, Henry, 1620-1694. / [Printed anno Dom. 1647] An exact diurnall of the Parliament of ladyes: Ordered by the ladyes in Parliament, that they declared that Prince Rupert, Lord Digby, Lord Capell, Lord Cottington, Dr. Williams, Mr. Walter, L. Hopton, L. Culpepper, Dr. Duppa, Sir R. Greenvill, L. Jermine, and Major Gen. Vrrey, have all their pardons granted to them by this court Clericus.
Deacon, John, 17th cent. / [1657] An exact history of the life of James Naylor with his parents, birth, education, profession, actions, & blaspheemies [sic].: Also how he came first to be a Quaker, and received his commission from heaven (as he saith) when he was in the field at plow. Taken from his own mouth. With the doctrines, tenets and practises of some other of the same sect. / By John Deacon.
Dauncey, John, fl. 1633. / [1660] An exact history of the several changes of government in England, from the horrid murther of King Charles I. to the happy restauration of King Charles II. With the renowned actions of General Monck. Being the second part of Florus anglicus, by J.D. Gent.
[1692] An exact journal of the engagement between the English fleet and the French from May the 18th to the 25th, 1692.
[1691] An Exact journal of the seige of Lymerick from the 8th to the 15th of September, 1691 / from an officer in the camp to his friend in London.
Rinaldo, Giovanni. / [1691] An exact journal of the siege of Coni in Piemont with an account of the manner of raising it, by Prince Eugene of Savoy this present year 1691 which has so much mortified the French King, and occasioned the imprisonment of the Sieur de Bulonde, humbly presented to his Royal Highness the Duke of Savoy / by Giovanni Renaldo ... ; sent in a manuscript from Turin to a person of quality in London.
[1695] An Exact journal of the siege of Namur giving a particular account of the several sallies and attacks, and other most remarkable passages from the first investing of the place : together with the articles of capitulation, both for surrendring the city and castle.
[1680] An Exact journal of the siege of Tangier from the first sitting down of the Moors before it on March 25, 1680 : to the late truce, May 19, following : in three letters / written by three eye-witnesses of the whole transaction.
[1695] An Exact journal of the victorious expedition of the confederate fleet the last year, under the command of the Right Honourable Admiral Russel giving an account of his relieving Barcellona, and the taking of a great number of prizes from the French : with a copy of a letter sent by the Algerines to congratulate the English admiral's arrival in the Mediterranean : to which is added a relation of the engagement between Catp. Killegrew, and the two French men of war that were taken in the fare of Messina.
[1691] An exact journal of the victorious progress of their majesties forces under the command of Gen. Ginckle, this summer in Ireland giving a particular account of the several skirmishes, battles, sieges and surrenders of Athlone, Galloway, Slego, &c. : together, with the total defeat of the Irish at Agrim and Thomond-Bridge : and lastly, of the capitulation and surrender of Limerick.
[1658] The exact law--giver faithfully communicating to the skilfull the firm basis and axioms of their profession. To the ignorant their antient and undoubted birthrights and inheritances. Being as a light unto all the professors of the law, as well counsellors as atturneys, clerks, soliciters, scriveners, &c. Or a manu-ductio, or a leading, as it were, by the hand, all such, both of the gentry or laity (as desire to be instructed how to gain or preserve their estates from the hands of their cruell adversaries) to the perfect knowledg of the common and statute law of this nation.
[Imprinted in the yeare. MDCXLI. 1641] An exact legendary compendiously containing the whole life of Alderman Abel, the maine proiecter and patentee for the raising of wines.: His apprentiship with a vintener, betrothing to his wife, the manner of his rising reigning, and after delinquencie, whereby he stands liable to a severe censure and penalty in Parliament.
[1691] An exact list of the French army in Flanders, commanded by the Duke of Luxemburg; who acts the defensive part against the confederate army, commanded by the King of Great Britain. As it was drawn up in two lines at Brain la Compte, June 21. 1691 S.N. Licens'd, June 17th. 1691 James Fraiser.
[1689] An Exact list of the Lords spiritual and temporal who fare in the pretended Parliament at Dublin in the kingdom of Ireland on the 7th of May, 1689, and there continued until the 18th of July following, and then prorogued until the 12th of November next following : also a list of the knights, citizens and burgesses of the House of Commons in order as they were returned : together with a catalogue of the titles of all acts passed in the said pretended session, and remarks upon them, and the preamble to the act of repeal of the acts of settlement, as it passed in the House of Commons : and the several reasons addressed to the late King against passing the act, intituled An act for repealing the acts of settlement and explanation, &c.
[1685] An Exact list of the members of both Houses of Parliament summoned and elected to meet at Westminster the nineteenth of May, in the first year of the reign of the Most Serene Prince, King James the Second.
[1642] An Exact list of the names of every commander of the severall regiments of this honourable city of London as they were chosen by the committee apoynted for the militia of the said citie.
[1691] An exact list of the royal confederate army in Flanders, commanded by the King of Great-Britain, in four lines, as it was drawn up at Gerpines-Camp, July 27, 1691. VVith the different colours of cloathing, by which each regiment is distinguished.
[1692] An Exact list of Their Majesties and the Dutch fleet design'd for the year 1692, for the line of battle the English to lead with the larboard, the Dutch with their starboard, tacks on board.
W. J. / [1690] An exact list of Their Majesties forces now in the kingdom of Ireland, and where quartered:
Houser, Henry, d. 1683. / [1673] An exact model, or platform of good magistracy, or, A sermon preached before the governour, council and assembly at the first meeting at Saint Jago de la Vega in Jamaica, Feb. 1, 1671 by Henry Houser.
Lowman, R. / [1685] An exact narrative and description of the wonderfull and stupendious fire-works in honour of Their Majesties coronations, and for the high entertainment of Their Majesties, the nobility, and city of London; made on the Thames, and perform'd to the admiration and amazement of the spectators, on April the 24, 1685.
[printed in the year, 1660] An exact narrative and relation of His Most Sacred Majesties escape from Worcester on the third of September, 1651. Till his arrivall at Paris.
[June 20 1648] An exact narrative of every dayes proceedings since the insurrection in Essex. Together with a more perfect list of what persons are slain and taken by both parties, till the 18 of June present, 1648. Also the resolution of the Councell of War concerning the manner of punishing the prisoners they have taken in that county.
Williams, Reeve, Capt. / [Printed in the yeare 1653] An exact narrative of the affection, services, sufferings, and expences of Capt. Reeve Williams; both at sea and land for the advantage of the publique interest of the Common-wealth of England; from the beginning of the late vvarre to this present: humbly tendered unto the consideration of His Excellency the Lord General Cromwell, and all other persons of honour and ingenuity, whom it may or shall concerne.
[1655 i.e. 1654] An exact narrative of the attempts made upon the Duke of Glocester. Being the extract of divers letters written out of France to persons of quality in England. And published for the satisfaction of all true Protestants.
[1669] An Exact narrative of the bloody murder and robbery committed by Stephen Eaton, Sarah Swift, George Rhodes, and Henry Pritchard, upon the person of Mr. John Talbot, minister with the manner of their apprehension, arraignment and condemnation : also, a list of all the persons that are condemned, with the several offences to which they were executed.
[1689] The exact narrative of the conflict at Dunkeld betwixt the Earl of Angus's regiment and the rebels, collected from several officers of that regiment, who were actors in, or eye-witnesses to, all that's here narrated, in reference to these actions.
[1666] An exact narrative of the resolute attempt and happy success of a small part of His Majesties fleet, under the conduct of Sir Robert Holmes, Rere [sic]-Admiral to the Red Squadron, upon the isles of Vly and Skelling, on the ninth and tenth of this instant August, one thousand six hundred and sixty six.
Middleton, John Middleton, Earl of, 1619-1674. / [August 28. 1644] An exact of Lievtenant Generall Middletons letter: To the honourable Sir William Waller.: And by him communicated to, and read in the honourable House of Commons, on Saturday last, being the 24. of this instant moneth of August. 1644. Wherein is set forth a victory, obtained against the enemy by a partie of horse and dragoones, under the command of Captaine Fincher, Quarter-Master Generall to Sir William Waller, at Farrington. Wherein were taken, slaine and dispersed neere 600. horse and foot of the enemy; as also a list of the names of the officers that were taken, with many other particulars in that great defeat. And withall, how one Captain Blunt a papist, killed most cruelly a godly minister, which captain, was with many others, there taken prisoners in this fight.
[1691] An Exact plan of Lymerick with a relation of the manner and form of the present besieging (by sea and land) of that famous city, by Their Majesties forces, under the command of Lieutenant-General Ginckle, and a squadron of ships commnaded [sic] by Capt. Coale : as also, of the manner of our army's encamping, opening their trenches, raising their great batteries, throwing their bombs, battering down and firing the town : with the several actions of the royal army since 1691, the time of their setting down before the city.
[1686] An Exact prospect of His Majesties forces, as they are encamped on Hounslow-Heath, in the county of Middlesex being three miles in length : July 19. 1686.
[October 15, 1642] An Exact relation of a famous battell fought on Munday last, the tenth of October, 1642 between the Dragooners sent out by the L. Generall under the conduct of Colonell Browne, and Sir William Russell and his cavaliers also a perfect description of the pitcht camp of His Excellency the Earle of Essex, now neer Shrewsbury.
Mervyn, Audley, Sir, d. 1675. / [1642] An exact relation of all such occurrences as have hapned in the severall covnties of Donegall, London-derry, Tyrone, and Fermanagh in the north of Ireland since the beginning of this horrid, bloody, and unparaleld rebellion there, begun in October last / in all humility presented to the Honorable House of Commons in England by Avdeley Mervyn.
Mervyn, Audley, Sir, d. 1675. / [1642] An exact relation of all such occurrences as have happened in the severall counties of Donegall, London-Derry, Tyrone, & Fermanagh in the North of Ireland,: since the beginning of this horid, bloody, and unparaleld rebellion there, begun in October last. In all humility presented to the Honourable House of Commons in England. By Lievetenant Collonell Audeley Mervyn, the 4 of Iune, 1642.
[1659] An Exact relation of all the transactions and proceedings, between the King of Denmark, and the King of Sweden, and their ministers from the treaty at Rottshild, concluded February 26. 1657/1658.
[1644] An exact relation of foure notable victories obtained by the Parliaments forces: being informed to the Honourable House of Parliament on Satterday last, being the 24. day of this instant February, 1644. Viz. I. The taking of 3000 pound in money, besides plate and jewels, with a convoy of sixty horse; going from Prince Rupert to Weymouth. II. Collonel Mittons taking of one collonel, many captaines and other officers, and 60 common soldiers prisoners; with the routing two regiments of Irish rebels newly landed, and taking their bag and baggage. III. A defeat given to the Newark forces, occasioned by a discovery of a dangerous plot, for betraying the town of Nottingham; with the manner of drowning many of them, and taking others prisoners. IV. The taking of twelve ships by the Earle of Warwicks ships, which were imployed against the Parliament, under the command of Browne Bushell; with a relation of what store of ordnance, ammunition and treasure was therein. Published according to order.
Worthy gentleman in that county. / [1642] An exact relation of foureteen dayes passages from Portsmouth, the Isle of Wight, and other parts. Wherein is contained the manner of the proceeding of the cavaliers, and their confederates the papists, against the Christian-Protestants. Sent in a letter from a worthy gentleman in that county, to his friend in London. Whereunto is added some speciall passages from Hull, Lincoln-shire and Yorke.
[18. Sept. 1645] An exact relation of Prince Rupert his marching out of Bristoll, the 11. of this instant Septemb. 1645. according to articles of agreement made betweene him and the Right Honourable, Sir Thomas Fairfax. With the manner how, and the place whither he is to goe, as how farre the Generall himselfe accompanied him, the number of his forces both horse and foot, of his wagons, and other particulars. Also what ordnance, arms, ammunition, and all other provisions which Sir Thomas found in the city, forts, and castle, fully exprest. Published by authority.
[1691] An Exact relation of routing the Irish army under Sarsfield, and of the hostages agreed on, in order to a capitulation for surrender of Limerick into Their Majesties hands
Smith, William, Vice-Admiral. / [25. Iuly 1644] An exact relation of that famous and notable victorie obtained at Milford-Haven against the Earle of Carbery his forces; by the admirall and vice-admirall of the Irish Seas.: The manner of the fight, the taking of the town of Tinby, two ships and foure castles with their ordnance. Also a list of the names of the commanders taken, with six or seven hundred common souldiers now prisoners: with their severall letters and summons sent to the abovesaid towne and castles, and their answers. Written by Captaine William Smith Vice-Admirall and Commander of his Majesties ship the Swallow imployed in that service; and by him presented to the Right Honourable Robert, Earle of Warwick, Lord High Admirall of England. Printed according to order.
[1661] An Exact relation of the barbarous murder committed on Lawrence Corddel a butcher who was buryed alive at Christ Church on Fryday last ... with lamentable screeks, groans, and horrid cryes made by him in his grave on Sunday night, and the sad, wounded, and mortify'd condition he was taken up in on Munday, June 24 : as also the examination and confession of his land-lord and land-lady ... before the Right Honorable the Lord Mayor of London by whom they were both committed to New-gate.
[Novemb. 30. 1646] An exact relation of the bloody and barbarous murder, committed by Miles Lewis, and his wife, a pi[n]m[a]ker upon their prentice, dwelling in Barnsby-street in S[o]uthwark. Wherein is declared, the manner of his cruell tortures, shewing how he was whipt with rods of wire, and put to death with red-hot irons; the like never heard of before in any age. Also, the examination of this bloody woman before the Justice; with her charge and accusation, laid open against her. Witnesse [brace] John Newman, Jury-man of the Chaire. Thomas Walles, Stephen Robinson. Will. Robinson. Philip Henson. [brace] All jury men.
Beere, Serjeant Major. / [1644] An exact relation of the defeat given to a party of the enemies horse neer Cambden. Wherein was taken of the enemies I Colonell, I Lieutenant Colonel. 2 captains, 3 lieutenants, 2 cornets, and colours, 2 colours more, whole bearers fled, 80 horse, 100 prisoners, divers slain, by Serjeant Major Beer. Also a true relation of some losse at the shege at Newarke. And a sermon preached to certain drunken cavaliers at Priscall, the text being malt. Whereunto is added a declaration of a cashierd souldier.
[1679] An exact relation of the defeat of the rebels at Bothwell-Bridge
[1648] An exact relation of the discoverie of a great plot for the surprizall of Yorke for His Maiesty;: as it was presented to Major Generall Lambert, by the Judge Advocate. Wherein is set down the manner of the said plot, and the names of those taken that were the chiefe actors in the said businesse, with all the armes and ammunition provided for that designe. With a letter from Pontefract concerning a party that were to meete them from Sir Marmaduke Langdale June 18. 1648. Published for the prevention of misinformation
[MDCLXXXIX 1689] An Exact relation of the glorious victory obtain'd upon the French and Irish army before London-Derry, on Sunday, June the 2d, 1689 with an account of Major-General Kirk's arrival at London-Derry, and the number of ships under his command.
[1644] An exact relation of the last newes from the quarters of His Excellency, the Lord Generall of the Scottish Army.: Dated from Sunderland March 12. 1643. Fully relating every dayes passage, from their passing over the river of Tine, their taking of Sunderland, and a vast quantity of coales appertaining to delinquents. With propositions to the City of London for the sending out shipping for coales from thence: and sundry other proceedings of that Army in their marching towards Duresme, and in mannaging the siege against Newcastle. From February 27. to March 12. 1643.
[1690] An Exact relation of the late King James's embarking for France and of the proclaiming K. William with the present condition of Dublin, and other places near that city : in a letter from Dublin.
[1689] An Exact relation of the most remarkable transactions that happened lately in Ireland with an account of a great sea-fight between the English and French fleets.
Orpen, Richard, 1652-1716. / [1689] An exact relation of the persecutions, robberies, and losses, sustained by the Protestants of Killmare, in Ireland with an account of their erecting a fortress to defend themselves against the bloody insolencies of the papists : also, the way and manner of their happy escape into England : together with the reasons why the Protestants there did not regiment themselves, and take the field, or make their flight sooner : as likewise, some natural conclusions that plague and famine will arise forthwith in that kingdom / by a principal manager in that action.
L. D., member of the late Parliament. / [1654] An exact relation of the proceedings and transactions of the late Parliament: their beginning and ending.: With a briefe account of their expence of the time of their session, and of the acts that were made by them, who were dissolved the 12. Decemb. 1653. As likewise of foure great votes, viz. I. For abolishing the Court of Chancery. II. For a new modell of the law. III. For taking away the power of patrons to make presentations. IV. That innocent negative vote of not agreeing with the report of the committee for tithes. And an account of some reasons of those votes: with a briefe apology in way of vindication of those gentlemen that appeared for the votes from the great out-cry made against them. By L.D. a Member of the late Parliament.
[1643] An exact relation of the proceedings of the Cavaleers at Cicester containing a true declaration, of their bloody cruelties, the number of men that were slain on both sides, and what prisoners were taken and carried to Oxford. Also the copie of the oath or protestation which was rendred unto them at Oxford; with many other remarkable passages concerning the said businesse. As also the votes of the parliament, and what is agreed upon in the House of Commons. Concerning the late propositions sent by his Majestie to both houses, for a treaty of peace.
Person in command of the fleet. / [1673] [An exact] relation of the several engagements and actions of His Majesties fleet, under the command of His Highness Prince Rupert and of all circumstances concerning this summers expedition, anno 1673 / written by a person in command in the fleet.
[June 12. 1644] An exact relation of the siege before Yorke: of the taking of the suburbs, and of the approaches made within 40. yards of the walls: of the taking of the Kings mannor house there: and how the associated forces of Essex, Suffolk, &c. under the Earle of Manchester, have severall times repulsed the enemy, and preserved some part of the suburbs from being consumed with fire. As it is sent in severall letters, dated at the Leaguer before York, the 6. and 7. of June. Published by Authority.
[1645] An exact relation of the surrender of Scarborough Castle, By Sir Hugh Cholmley, governour of the same; to Coll. Sir Matthew Boynton, Colonell Lassels, and Coll. Needham, commanders in chief of the Parliaments forces in Scarborough. Together with a copy of the articles agreed upon at the said surrender. Also, that Rabs Castle, Sir Henry Vanes houses in the Bishoprick of Durham, with all the armes and ammunition therein, is yielded up to the Parliaments forces. Published by authority.
Morris, John, 1617?-1649. / [Printed in the yeare, 1649] An exact relation of the tryall & examination of John Morris, governour of Pontefract-Castle, at the assizes held at York:: together with his speeches, prayers, and other passages immediately before his death, the 23. of Aug. 1649. Whereunto is added, the speech of Cornet Blackburne, executed at the same time.
[1646] An exact relation of the whole proceedings of gallant Col. Mitton in North-Wales,: as is assured under the hands of severall commanders of note. The besieging of Carnarvin, Denbigh, Flint, and Holt Castles: and propositions of conditions for the surrendring of Anglesey Island; with an account of those garisons not yet besieged. Also, a narration of the perticular of a letter from Plymouth, of the state of Pendennis, and the surrender of Salcumb, called Charles-fort, to Colo. Welden, by Sir Edward Fortescue.
[August 26. 1650] An exact relation of two bloudy fights at sea, near Cherbrook (by the Dukedom of Normandy) between a squadron of English ships and a fleet of the French Kings, began (on the 12 of August 1650) and achieved by that valiant and worthy Capt. John Green, Commander of the ship Fortune (having but 22. guns) with his victorious proceedings, the particulars of the fight, and victory obtained against the French by the resolute engagement of the said Captain, sinking, and taking some, that are now brought into Plymouth, for the service of the Parliament and Common-weath of England.
[1641] An exact relation, of a battell fought by the Lord Moore, against the rebels in Ireland;: with the number of them that were slain on both sides.
[1677] An Exact representation of the late comet, or blazing-star which appeared in Hamburgh this year, 1677, at north-east : together with a description of the remarkable comets since Christ's nativity, and the dangerous consequences.
Rivet, André, 1572-1651. / [1650] An exact summary, of the transactions in the treaty at Breda:: containing, the most remarkable occurrences that hap'ned in their consultations: and the Scots commissioners proposals to their declared King, for an agreement; his answer thereunto: with the sending of a letter to the Queen his mother in France, touching his condescensions. As it was related by Dr. Rivet, tutor to the Prince of Orange. Also, the declaration of the states of Hamborough, concerning the Parliament of England; and the proceedings of the Queen of Swedens Embassador, touching the declared King of Scots.
T. H. / [anno 1665] An exact survey of the affaires of the United Netherlands. Comprehending more fully than any thing yet extant, all the particulars of that subject. In twelve heads, mentioned in the address to the reader.
Remmelin, Johann, 1583-1632. / [MDCLXX 1670] An exact survey of the microcosmus or little world: being an anatomie, of the bodies of man and woman : wherein the skin, veins, nerves, muscles, bones, sinews and ligaments are accurately delineated. And curiously pasted together, so as at first sight you may behold all the outward parts of man and woman. And by turning up the several dissections of the paper take a view of all their inwards. With alphabetical referrences [sic] to every member and part of the body ... Usefull for all doctors, chirurgeons, &c. As also for painters, carvers, and all persons that desire to be acquainted with the parts, and their names, in the bodies of man, or woman / [by Johann Remmelin] ; Set forth by Michael Spaher of Tyrol ; and English'd by John Ireton ; and lastly perused and corrected, by several rare anatomists.
T. W. / [1673] An exact survey of the United Provinces of the Netherlands. Of their cities, castles, fortresses, and other their dominions there: With some remarques of their government, antiquities and memorable actions. Together with an exact map of the Seven Provinces: which is also to be sold alone. / Collected by T.W.
[M DC XCIV. 1694] An exact table of fees, of all the courts at Westminster, as they were delivered in Parliament by the persons following. Viz. The chancery, by Sir Miles Cook, Samuel Keck, Esquire, and others. The Kings-bench, on the plea-side, by W. Turbill and Nicholas Harding. On the Crown side, by R. Seyhard, and Richard Horton. The common-pleas, by W. Farmerie, Silv. Petyt, and H. Clift. The Exchequer, on the plea-side, by R. Beresford Tho. Arden, &c. On the inquiry-side, by Butler Buggins, Esq; the second edition, corrected. With the additions of the fees of the clerks of the peace of Middlesex and Surrey, the clerk of the assize of the home circuit, the fees of the cursitors, and the abstract of the Act of vellum and parchment, &c.
Monteith, Robert, M.A. / [1700?] An exact table, shewing the last day of the legal registration of inhib. interd. horn. relax. for all time, altering only in the leap year
Mews, Peter, 1619-1706. / [Anno Dom. 1666] Exaltatio alæ The ex-ale-tation of ale / done into verse by T.C.P.
P. C. / [1659] The exaltation of Christmas pye as it was delivered in a preachment at Ely house / by P.C. Dr. of divinity and midwifery.
Abbot, Robert, Bp. of Salisbury, 1560-1617. / [1601] The exaltation of the kingdome and priesthood of Christ. In certaine sermons vpon the 110. Psalme: preached in the Cathedrall Church and city of Worcester, in the time of Christmasse: anno Domini: 1596. By Rob. Abbot, doctor of Diuinitie, sometime felow of Baliol Colledge in Oxford.
[1681] An Exalted Diotrephes reprehended, or, The spirit of error and envy in William Rogers against the truth and many of the antient and faithful Friends thereof manifested in his late monstrous birth or, work of darkness, (viz.), his false and scandalous book, intituled, The Christian Quaker-distinguished, &c. ...
Wing, Vincent, 1619-1668. / [1665] Examen astronomiæ Carolinæ: T.S. or, a short mathematicall discourse containing, some animadversions upon Mr. Thomas Streetes astronomicall tables of the cœlestial motions wherein his errours and mistakes are clearly detected, and the author hereof justly vindicated from his unjust aspersions. (In an appenidx to the said astronomical treatise.) By Vincent Wing, mathemat.
Booth, A., 17th cent. / [1656] Examen legum Angliæ, or, The laws of England examined, by Scripture, antiquity and reason cujus author anagrammat[os] est, A gomoz boa oz̄ bary.
[1669] An examen of the way of teaching the Latin tongue to little children, by use alone Englished out of French.
Philpot, John, 1516-1555. / [1556?] The examinacion of the constaunt martir of Christ, Ioh[a]n Philpot arch diacon of Winchestre at sondry seasons in the tyme of his sore emprisonment, conuented and banted, as in these particular tragedies folowyng, it maye (not only to the christen instruction, but also to the mery recreacion of the indifferent reader) most manifestly appeare. Reade fyrst and than iudge.
Sutcliffe, Matthew, 1550?-1629. / [1606] The examination and confutation of a certaine scurrilous treatise entituled, The suruey of the newe religion, published by Matthew Kellison, in disgrace of true religion professed in the Church of England.
White, Francis, 1564?-1638. / [1637] An examination and confutation of a lawlesse pamphlet, intituled, A briefe answer to a late treatise of the Sabbath-day: digested dialogue-wise betweene two divines, A and B. By Dr. Fr. White, L. Bishop of Ely
Massey, Robert, 17th cent. / [1649] The examination and correction of a paper lately printed intituled A relation of the discourse between Mr. Hugh Peters and Lieut. Collonel Iohn Lilborn in the Tower of London, May 25 whereunto is added for the satisfaction of all that desire it and the just vindication of Mr. Peters from the scandall the relator would insinuate against him ... / by Robert Massey.
Robson, Henry. / [1598] The examination, confession, and condemnation of Henry Robson fisherman of Rye, who poysoned his wife in the strangest maner that euer hitherto hath bin heard of.
[1645] An examination examined:: being a full and moderate answer to Maior Innes relation concerning the siege and taking of the town of Leicester by the Kings forces, the last of May 1645.
Saller, William, d. ca. 1680. / [Printed in the year, MDCLXXI. 1671] An examination of a late book published by Doctor Owen, concerning a sacred day of rest Many truths therein as to the morality of a Christian sabbath, assented to. With a brief inquiry into his reasons for the change of it, from the seventh day to the first; by way of denial. As also, the consent of Doctor Heylin, and others, touching the time and manner of that charge. With an inquiry into the nature of his assertions, about the first and second covenant. By William Sellers.
S. W. / [1697] An examination of a late treatise of the gout wherein John Colbatch's demonstrations are briefly refuted, the College cleared from his scandalous imputations; and a short account of his vulnerary powder. By S. W. no inconsiderable branch of the College.
Innes, James, Major. / [1465 sic, i.e. 1645] An examination of a printed pamphlet, entituled, A narration of the siege of the town of Leicester (the last of May 1645.) by the Kings forces.: With a more perfect and exact relation, of the taking the said town and garison. Also, the true copie of a lettersent from Leicester to the Lord Grey.
[Novemb. 19. 1642] The examination of Colonell Lunsford, Colonell Vavasor, Captaine Noes, Lieutenant Colonell Ballard, Sergeant Major Wallis, Cornet Strangewaies, Lieutenant VVh[i]te, Sergeant Iones, and Mr. Bland, Delinquents.: Who were taken in the fight at Kineton in VVarwickshire, and were committed to VVarwicke Castle, and on the 17. of November were examined upon some particular articles. Whereunto is annexed a speech of Colonell Lunsfords, which hee spake at his examination.
Seppens, Robert. / [1679] An examination of Dr. Balyes five waies: whereby he endeavours to prove the Church of Rome to be the only church of Christ wherein salvation is to be had, and the Church of England to be no true church. By Robert Seppens rector of Hingham in Norfolk.
Bold, S. (Samuel), 1649-1737. / [1690] An examination of Dr. Comber's Scholastical history of the primitive and general use of liturgies in the Christian church by S.B.
Parkinson, James, 1653-1722. / [1691] An examination of Dr. Sherlock's book entituled, The case of the allegiance due to sovereign powers, stated and resolved, &c. by James Parkinson ...
Arbuthnot, John, 1667-1735. / [1697] An examination of Dr. Woodward's account of the deluge, &c. with a comparison between Steno's philosophy and the doctor's, in the case of marine bodies dug out of the earth / by J.A. ... ; with a letter to the author concerning an abstract of Agostino Scilla's book on the same subject, printed in the philosophical transactions by W.W. ...
[Reprinted 1680] The examination of Francisco de Faria delivered at the bar of the House of Commons, Munday the first day of November. In the year of our Lord, 1680. Perused and signed to be printed, according to the order of the House of Commons, by me William Williams, Speaker.
Leddoze, George. / [Septemb. 1. 1642] The examination of George Leddoze of Dorchester merchant, taken before Master Henry Maber mayor, and Mr Richard Burce, His Majesties iustices of the peace, the 27 of August. 1642.: Wherein is discovered the inveterate malice of the Lords and Cavaleers at Sherborne, against the Parliament and all good men, falsly scandalizing them under the nickname of Cropeard-Round-Heads. Sent from a member of the House of Commons in that county, and read in the House, and ordered to be printed. Hen. Elsynge Cl. Par. D. Com. Whereunto is added a letter from Coker, near Sherborne in Sommersetshire, of the war-like preparations there intended.
Sutcliffe, Matthew, 1550?-1629. / [Anno 1596] The examination of M. Thomas Cartvvrights late apologie wherein his vaine and vniust challenge concerning certaine supposed slanders pretended to haue bene published in print against him, is answere and refuted, By Matthevv Sutcliffe.
England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons. / [1648 i.e. 1649] The examination of Mr. VVil. Prynne, by order of the House of Commons; with his answer. Likewise several votes in prosecution of the tryal of the Kings Majesty in the Painted-Chamber, Westminster. Also the tryal of Sir Robert Stuart, by the Lord General and the General Councel of the Army. Together with a letter from Holland, certifying the landing of Alderman Langham, and Alderman Bunch, to the House of Commons. Imprimatur, G.M.
[1648] An Examination of severall votes of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament concerning such as take up armes against the Parl. of England or assist in such war wherein is declared that all such persons are traitors by the fundementall lawes of this Kingdome and ought to suffer accordingly.
[1642] The Examination of Sir Ralph Hopton, Sir Iohn Winter, Sir John Stowell with two other knights upon their knees at the barre in the House of Commons the 14 day of this instant October : with the articles of high treason exhibited against them by the House of Commons.
Hollingworth, Richard, 1607-1656. / [1645] An examination of sundry Scriptures alleadged by our brethren, in defence of some particulars of their church-way.: Humbly submitted to the sight and censure of any judicious divine: especially of such of the reverend godly-learned Assembly as vouchsafe to read it. By R. Hollingworth, M.A. of Magd. Col. Camb. Imprimatur, Ja. Cranford. Decemb. 17. 1644.
[MDCLXXXVIII 1688] The Examination of the bishops upon their refusal of reading His Majesty's most gracious declaration and the nonconcurrence of the Church of England in repeal of the penal laws and test : fully debated and argued.
[1689] The Examination of the captains and other officers of the rebels in Sussex late of the Lord Dunbarton's regiment, before the most Honourable the Lords of the Privy Council.
Gataker, Charles, 1614 or 15-1680. / [MDCLXXV 1675] An examination of the case of the Quakers concerning oaths propounded by them, A.D. 1673, to the consideration of the King, and both Houses of Parliament : with a vindication of the power of the magistrate to impose oaths, and the liberty and duty of all Christians to swear by God reverently : humbly submitted to the judgment of His Most Sacred Majesty, and the two Houses of Parliament / by Charles Gataker ...
[1690] An Examination of the case of the suspended bishops in answer to the Apology for them.
Penington, Isaac, 1616-1679. / [1660] An examination of the grounds or causes, which are said to induce the court of Boston in New-England to make that order or law of banishment upon pain of death against the Quakers;: as also of the grounds and considerations by them produced to manifest the warrantableness and justness both of their making and executing the same, which they now stand deeply engaged to defend, having already thereupon put two of them to death. As also of some further grounds for justifying of the same, in an appendix to John Norton's book ... whereto he is said to be appointed by the General Court. And likewise of the arguments briefly hinted in that which is called, A true relation of the proceedings against the Quakers, &c. Whereunto somewhat is added about the authority and government which Christ excluded out of his Church ... By Isaac Penington, the younger.
[1680] An Examination of the impartial state of the case of the Earl of Danby in a letter to a member of the House of Commons.
Jones, John, 17th cent. / [Printed in the yeare of our Lord. M.DC.XLIII. 1643] An examination of the observations upon His Majesties answers.: Wherein the absurdities of the observators positions, and inferences are discovered.
Lawson, George, d. 1678. / [anno Dom. 1657] An examination of the political part of Mr. Hobbs his Leviathan.: By George Lawson, rector of More in the county of Salop.
Keill, John, 1671-1721. / [1699] An examination of the Reflections on the theory of the earth together with a defence of the remarks on Mr. Whiston's New theory / by J. Keill...
Servant of the Common wealth of England, and a lover of the armie. / [anno 1650] An examination of the Seasonable and necessarie warning concerning present dangers and duties, emitted from the commissioners of the General Assembly of the Kirk of Scotland, unto all the members of that Kirk. June 25 1650.: Which was printed at Edinburgh by Evan Tyler, by a servant of the Common wealth of England, and a lover of the armie.
Womock, Laurence, 1612-1685. / [1658. i.e. 1657] The examination of Tilenus before the triers; in order to his intended settlement in the office of a publick preacher in the Common-wealth of Utopia. Whereunto are annexed the tenents of the remonstrants touching those five articles voted, stated and imposed, but not disputed, at the synod of Dort. Together with a short essay (by way of annotations) upon the fundamental theses of Mr. Thomas Parker.
[1695] The Examinations and informations under oath of Sir Thomas Cooke and several other persons lately taken before a committee of both Houses of Parliament, touching divers indirect practices to procure by corrupt and unlawful means a new charter and act of Parliament for the East-India Company : as also, the articles of impeachment by the Honourable House of Commons against the Duke of Leeds : with His Grace's answer thereunto.
Ware, Robert. / [printed in the year, M. DC. LXXIX. 1679] The examinations of Faithful Commin Dominican Fryar, as Sir James Ware had them from the late Lord Primate Usher, being one of the memorials of the Lord Cecil.
[1652] The examiner defended, in a fair and sober answer to the two and twenty questions which lately examined the author of Zeal examined, in this answer are (not unseasonably) touched, Christ's interest in this and all nations. Christ's interest, and the Commonweals, as to the present affairs. The true nature of all civil states. The nature of all civil magistracie, and of the civil sword. The title of Christian magistrate. National churches and covenants. The world of religions ... The permission due to conscience ... Idolatry, and the kindes of it. The spiritual and civil sword, ... The forms of worship. The causes of destruction in nations. The violence to the souls of men; ... The dangerous consequence of such violences, ... Christ Jesus himself, ... The crying guilt of soul-rapes ... The light of nature in spirituals. The acts of Asa, Artaxerxes, &c. The fast of Nineveh. The conscientious differences ... The justice and prudence of state-provision against all uncivilities both of popish and protestant ranters.
[1652] The examiner examined. Certaine questions proposed to the author of Zeale examined concerning his principles. Whereby he endevours to prove; that the magistrate by his authority ought not to advance true religion, but to give a toleration to idolatry and heresie.
[1525?] The example of euyll tongues
[1582?] An Example of Gods iudgement shew[n] vpon two children borne in high Dutch la[nd] in the citie of Lutssolof, the first day of Iulie and translated out of Dutche into Englishe the 6. Nouember last / by Cornelius Pet.
[1642] Examples for kings, or, Rules for princes to governe by. Wherein is contained these ensuing particulars, 1. A discourse touching regall and politique government. 2 A prince must be just in his sentence. 3 What man is fit to be a governour, and to beare rule. 4 That a prince ought to be true of his word. 5 That a prince ought to be religious. 6 That a prince ought not to shed innocent bloud. 7 That a prince ought to be circumspect in giving credit to evill reports. 8 That a prince ought to beware of parasites. 9 What kind of men ought to be of the kings councell. 10 That it is dangerous for a prince to take aid of a stranger. 11 How a prince may get and keep the love of his subjects. 12 That a prince ought to be well advised how he begin a war.
[1642] Examples for London or a paralell betweene the evill affected malignants of this city, and the seditious Jewes in Jerusalem Also declaring the miserable estate of this city, if this warre should continue, there being so many potent enemies within the confines of the said citie, which seeke to destroy the same.
[1555?] Examples howe mortall synne maketh the synners inobedyentes to haue many paynes and doloures within the fyre of hell And fyrst example of a father of an housholde the whiche sawe two pondes and the tourmentes of hell.
Sherwin, William, 1607-1687? / [1674] Exanastasis, or, The saints rising out of the heap or mass of dead bodies contained in the globe of the earth and sea ... Rev. 20. 5 hereunto, by way of preface, is here prefixed the comprisal of the substance of our former parcels ... / by William Sherwin ...
Skout, J. / [1643] Excceding [sic] certain and true newes from Munster, Lemster, Waxford, Ulster, Conough, Tiperarey, and Dublin; otherwise called the English Pale.: Being the true copie of a letter sent from a marchant in Dublin, a man well knowne in London, one Captaine Scout, a Dutch-man, living on the marchants key, neer Sir Willaim Parsons, one of the Lord Justices of Ireland to his worthy friend Mr. Van-Hooker. Bearing date, January 2. 1643.
[1642] Exceding ioyfull newes from the Earle of Warwicke wherein is declared his resolution, concerning the Kings Majesties desires, to have the Navy resigned to him, likewise the Parliaments determination, concerning the same. Also, a true relation of proceedings from Yorke and Beverly- shewing, the great power and strength there raysed, against the Parliament and Hul, under the command of the Lord Carnarvon, Lord Rich, Captaine Butler, Colonell Fielding, Colonell Lunsford, likewise, the bounty of the clergy, and of the gentry in Yorksheire, tending to the encreasing and managing of, these unhappy proceedings Iohn, Brow. Cler. Parl.
Lucas, John, 1624 or 5-1703. / [1696] The exceeding abundant grace of God displayed in the conversion of William Gymer a penitent malefactor and murderer, who was executed on the Castle-Hill in Norwich, Sept. 4. 1696. Written by John Lucas minister of the Gospel.
[August 12. 1642] Exceeding good and joyfull nevves from Hull Being, the faithfull and deserving service of Sir Iohn Hotham; who by reasom [sic] of some mutinous outrages committed by some Cavaleers, and for the avoiding of future mischiefs, burnt up the bordering and adjacent towns about Hull. Also, the desire of Sir Iohn Hotham, concerning the reparation of some losses; which he and some other captains in Hull sustained, by the insolent carriage of some Cavaleers. With the Parliaments answer to the said desires. Together with the project of the Earle of Lindsey, to raise forces in Lin in Norfolk; and the prohibition of the House of Parliament to the said county, forbidding them to obey the said summons, and raising of forces. Hen. Elsyng. Cler. Parl. D. Com.
[1646] Exceeding good nevves from Ireland:: being a perfect relation of the late great overthrow given to the rebels, by the forces of Vlster, under the command of Col. Conoway, and Lieut. Col. Oconally: with the manner of their routing and defeating them in the counties of Cavon, Monakon, Louth, and Westmeath; taking 1200. cowes, 400. horse, 1000. sheep, with all their arms and ammunition. Also, their surprizing of all the magazine and provisions, that were prepared for Generall Preston, and Owen Macharts armies at the siege against Dublin. Together with the Lord Inchiquins taking the field with 5000. horse and foot. And the raising of the siege at Dublin. Certified by severall letters, Novemb. 13. 1646.
T. G. / [Iuly 20. 1642] Exceeding good newes from Beverley, Yorke, Hull, and Newcastle.: With the valliant acts of Sir John Hotham over the walls of Hull against the Kings forces, and how he hath taken ten captaines and cavalleres prisoners that were going to Barton in Lincolnshire. And how Sir John Hotham gave command to pull the mayors gowne of Hull off from his backe, and set a guard about his house. As also how Sir Iohn Hotham gave command to burne the houses that stood betwixt the Kings forces and Hull, least any of the Kings forces should shelter themselves, and so to assault the towne.
W. S. / [MDCXLVIII. 1648] Exceeding good newes from South-Wales.: Of the surrender of Tinby Castle upon mercy, on Wednesday the 17 of May, 1648. With the taking of Collonel Powel, and divers gentlemen, offficers and souldiers, to the number of five hundred and seventy. Also, good newes from the north, of the compleat condition of Major Generall Lambert, who is upon the borders of Cumberland and Westmerland. Together, with an exact and true relation, of the relief of Dover Castle, by the Lord Generall Fairfaxes forces, where were taken prisoners of the enemy 300 men, and 400 horse, the rest being beaten back to Sandwitch. Imprimatur G.M.
[1642] Exceeding good newes from the Earle of Essex and the noble commander, Sergeant Major Skippon;: VVherein is declared how the said Sergeant-major Skippon, with 4000. horse and foote, met with Prince Robert [sic], with 5000. cavaliers, neere the city of Gloucester, on the twelfe of this instant December. Where they fought for the space of seven houres, and slew 800. of the cavaliers,, [sic] with the losse of 60. men, putting the rest to flight, and tooke foure pieces of ordnance, with store of other ammunition. Also Sergeant-major Skippons resolution concerning Prince Robert [sic].
[1641 1642] Exceeding good newes from the Jsle of VVight being a true relation of a great quantity of ammunition, viz. 1500 muskets many loades of bullets, and great store of powder lately taken there from a ship which was going to the rebels in Ireland : wherein also was much bees-waze, to make tapers for the priests and fryers : with a discoverie of another great plot neere Mayden-head in Berkeshire : all which was discovered to the House of Commons on Saturday, Feb. 11, 1641 : whereunto is added the relation of a prodigious birth, borne neere Fullers Rents in Holborne, Ian. 30, 1641.
Johnson, Stephen, Merchant. / [1642] Exceeding good newes from the Neweries in Ireland.: Being, the true copie of a letter sent from Dublin the 20. of Aprill, 1642. To Sir William Adderton, now resident in London, from Mr. Stephen Iohnson merchant. Wherein is declared the victorious proceedings of the protestant army in the Neweries. Likewise the true discription of a famous victory obtained against 5000 of the rebels, by Sir Christopher Loftus on the 16. day of Aprill, where he slew almost 4000 of them, putting the rest to flight. Also a true relation, how and by what meanes Sir Charles Coote, Captaine Daniel Bartlet, and Sir Christopher Loftus, on the 18. day of Aprill, tooke a great castle where Philomy Oneale was quartered, and where great store of victuall and ammunition was found, to the great reliefe of our English army. With a true intelligence that there was that day 3000 more of the rebels slaine. Sent over by the last post, and now by intreaty printed for the comfort and consolation of all true hearted Protestants, that are well-willers to their brethren in Ireland.
[August 24. 1642] Exceeding good news from Oxford-shire: being a true relation of the manner of the apprehending of the Earle of Berkshire, Sir Iohn Curson, Sir Robert Dormer, and divers other cavaliers in Oxfordshire, by Colonell Hampden, and Col. Goodwyn. Also the valiant resolution of the city of Chichester for the defence of the King and Parliament, and the true Protestant religion. Joh. Brown, Cler. Parl.
Stafford, Richard, 1663-1703. / [MDCXCIX 1699] The exceeding great comfort and benefit of having walked before God in truth, and with a perfect heart, and of having done that which is good in his sight: set forth in several discourses on Isaiah 38. 2, 3 / by Richard Stafford ...
[Sept. 27. 1642] Exceeding happy and joyfull newes from the Kings Maiesty, and the Prince his Highnesse at Shrewesbury. Together with His Majesties demands of the knights, gentry and commonalty of Shropshire, propounded to the maior of Shrewesbury, Septem. 24. Brought from Shrewesbury by the last post, Sept. 24. Whereunto is annexed His Maiesties speech and protestation, made in the head of his army, betweene Stafford and Wellington, the 19. of Septem. After the reading of his orders.
[1642] Exceeding happy newes from Oxford declaring, the proceedings of the Lord Sey against the cavaleers, and how he beat Sir Iohn Biron, and the rest out of their trenches, with the losse of three of four men, and hath now placed a strong garrison in the city, so that there is not a cavaleer left therein, or thereabouts. Likewise an exact relation of a remarkable battell, fought by Sir John Hotham against the Earles of Cumberland and Newcastle, neer Beverley in Yorkshire, Septem. 14. and how he defeated the whole army, killing many of them, and so obtained a glorious and joyfull victory. Likewise true intelligence from Westchester, declaring the Kings Majesties resolution.
Norcroft, John. / [Oct. 10. 1642] Exceeding ioyfull nevves from his Excelence the Earle of Essex: declaring the true manner of his Excellencies proceedings iu [sic] his march towards Shrewsbury. Also manifesting how the Lord Pawlet was taken prisner by his Excelence at Bridge-north being the true coppy of a letter sent from Bridgenorth to Master Dudly Norton Esquire, inhabiting in Grays-inn-lane, dated Oct. 5th.
[1642] Exceeding ioyfull nevves out of Surrey shevving the proceedings of Prince Robert and his mischievous cavalliers since he came into those parts : as also of his attempt upon Windsor Castle : from whence being repulsed with much losse, he drew towards Kingstone : where, by some forces of his excellence the Earl of Essex, with the trained bands of Barkshire and Surty, he was beaten away : with a slaughter of six hundred cavalliers : Master Cary the keeper of Mary-bone Parke, being taken prisoner in the habit of a Miller, coming to spie the strength of our forces.
[Aug. 27. 1642] Exceeding ioyfull newes from Ireland, or a true discovery of the present estate of that kingdome at this present. Wherein is declared what townes of note, the English have taken from the rebells in severall seiges since the last forces went over. Namely, Limrick. Waterford. Wickloo. Ackloo. Clogham. Galway. Droghede. Kilkennie. Waxford. Colerane. Manahom. Garmaston. Also a true relation, by what meanes the castle of Limrick was taken by Captain Bartlet, a Scotchman, to the great wonder of all the English army, the forces in the castle being seven thousand, and hee but five hundred foot, and one troop of horse. Ordered to be printed, Ion. Bron. Cler. Parl.
[1642] Exceeding joyfnll [sic] newes from Southamton.: Being a true relation of the taking of two Dunkirk ships which were laden with powder and bullets, bound for the reliefe of the rebels in Ireland. Also two bloudy battailes fought at Abavelly in France, betweene the Duke of Guise and Don Lomboyle, general to the Spanish king. Wherein after the losse of 1200. foot, and 1000. horse. the French recovered both losse and credit, and gave the Spaniard a mighty overthrow, whereby their intention for the reliefe for Ireland hath beene much hindered.
[August 5. 1642] Exceeding joyful newes from Holland read in the honourable House of Commons upon Thursday, being comfortable tydings to both Houses of Parliament, and to all the rest of his Majesties loving subjects. Likewise the impeachment of Lieutenant Bodley before the House of Peers for speaking words of dangerous consequence, which words did tend to the knowledge of some dangerous plot against the City of London. Hen. Elsing. Cler. Parl. D. Com.
[Septem. 20. 1642] Exceeding joyfull nevves from Darby: declaring how Endimion Porter was taken at the grange neere Westhallum within 5. miles of Darby, on the 15. day of Septemb. 1642. Also the taking of Sr. Iohn Watson, neer Hartford, with the true proceedings at Bristow, Bath Warwicke, Boston, Yorke shire, Northumberland, Darby-shire, Cheshire, and Northampton-shire. With a true information of his Majesties removall from Nottingham to Darby. Likewise how the cavaliers made an attempt against Boston, but was opposed by the country, 14. slaine and three taken prisners. Also a true declaration how the Welshmen was driven out of Cheshire, by the forces under the command of the Earle of Essex.
[July 16 1642] Exceeding joyfull nevves from Hvll sent in a letter from Sir Iohn Hotham and read in the House of Commons, July 15, 1642 wherin he declares the manner of his taking the Lord Faulcon'ridge [sic] and his son with 4 pieces of ordinance and 20 cavaleers who were building a scence or halfe moon near the town of Hull, and how he sent out Sir Iohn Meldrom with 500 men to hinder their proceedings : also the Queens Majesties desires to the high Court of Parliament : and read in the audience of both Houses : with the declaration and propositions of the House of Commons to the Lords : concerning Her Royall Majesty presented to the House of Peers with their additional reasons by Mr. Iohn Pym esquire, Iuly 14.
[Iuly 16. 1642] Exceeding joyfull nevves from the Earle of VVarvvick.: Wherein is declared the wonderfull workes of God, by preventing a damnable and hel-bred conspiracy plotted against him: Sir Iohn Pennington being neare unto him with a great number of caveliers. Read in both Houses of Parliament, and by them ordered to be printed. Also a declaration of the House of Peers sent down to the House of Commons, with Mr. Pyms answer thereunto. With the Kings resolution concerning the Earle of Northumberland, Pembroke, Essex, Holland, and the Lord Fielding. Likewise the humble petition of the Lords and Commons in Parliament assembled, to the Kings most Excellent Majesty. For a pacification between His Majesty and both Houses. Ordered that this be printed. Joh. Brown. Cler: Par.
[1648] Exceeding joyfull nevves from the treaty containing the acts of agreement, between the Kings most Excellent Majesty, and the Parliaments commissioners, on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday last. Brought by the post on Sunday Novemb. 5. 1748. With His gracious speech at the councell table, for His present comming to London, and proclaiming of Peace throughout His realmes and dominions. And the Earl of Northumberlands Declaration thereupon.
[August 17. 1642] Exceeding joyfull nevves from Warwick-Castle and Banburie sent in a letter from Mr. Fines, son to the Right Honourable the Lord Say, to Mr. Iohn Pym, Esq; a worthy member of the House of Commons. Wherin is declared how the Earl of Northampton had besieged Warwick Castle, and planted against it divers pieces of ordnance, and how he was beaten off by the souldiers that were within the said castle. Also comfortable tydings from Portsmouth, declaring the manner how M. Norton one of the lieutenants for Hampshire, hath took the works which Colonell Goring had made three miles from the town. Hen. Elsing Cler. D. Com.
[Aug. 17. 1642] Exceeding joyfull nevvs from Lincoln-shire. Or The resolution of the gentry and commonalty, inhabiting in the county of Lineoln [sic], concerning the Kings most Excellent Majesty, and the high court of Parliament. Also joyfull nevves from Leicester declaring how Mr Henry Hastings was taken prisoner by the High-Sheriffe of the said county, on Sunday, August 14. 1642. Whereunto is annexed the resolution of the Lords and Commons assembled in this present Parliament, concerning the Kings most Excellent Majesty. Ordered that this be printed and published. Joh. Browne, Cler. Parl.
[1642] Exceeding joyfull nevvs from Scotland: wherin is declared the great willingesse [sic] of the Lords & Commons in Scotland, to aid the Parliament of England against the cavaliers and prelaticall enemies of this kingdome. Whereunto is anexed a fit parralell between England and Scotland, manifestly declaring the parity and equallity of their precedent distempers, and our present troubles, occasioned by the selfe same party of court parasits, papists, prelats and projectors.
[October 19. 1642] Exceeding joyfull newes from Coventry declaring the happy successe of Col. Hambden, Col. Goodwyn, and the citisens of Coventry, against Prince Robert and his forces, who besieged Coventry on Friday last. With the number of them that were slain, and the taking of Cap. Iohnson and many other prisoners. Also the victorious proceedings of the Earle of Argile against the Earl of Derbie, who while the E. of Derby besieged Manchester the second time, and was from thence repulsed, seized upon the Ile of Man, the ancient inheritance of the Earls of Derby, and hath there placed many strong garrisons. With exceeding good news from Holland, expressed in the fidelity of the States to the Parliament of England, who made stay of four great vessels laden with men and ammunition to assist the King against the Parliament.
[August 12. 1642] Exceeding joyfull newes from Dover, Wherein is declared hovv a noble man was sent from the King, to demand the castle to be resigned to him; but was bravely repul'st by the governour of the said castle. Also horrible newes from Portsmouth, declaring how Collonell Goring hath abused the inhabitants of the said town that stand for the Parliament. With certaine observations concerning the particular actions of the said Collonell Goring, since the beginning of this Parliament whereunto is annexed the Parliaments resolution concerning the sending of forces to Portsmouth and other places, which are oppressed by the malignant party of this kingdom. It is ordered that this be printed and published. Iohn. Browne Cler. Parl.
Well-willer of the Earle of Essex. / [Sept. 15 1642] Exceeding joyfull newes from His Excellence the Earle of Essex.: Declaring his proceedings since his setting forth from London. Likewise a famous victory obtained by His Excellence in Leicestershire against the cavaleers, with the manner of the fight. Also declaring a great conspiracie against his Excellence at Northampton, Sept. 11. there being a bullet shot into his chamber where hee lay. Sent in a letter from a well-willer of the Earle of Essex.
[1642] Exceeding joyfull newes from Holland· Being a true relation of two great battels fought betweene the governour of Flanders Don Francisco de Melos and the Hollanders, upon the 20. and 21. dayes of Aprill, 1642. With the names of the places and sconces which he assaulted, but was overthrowne by the Hollanders, and many thousands of his men slaine.
Lancton, Thomas. / [1641] Exceeding joyfull newes from Ireland, or, A true relation of a great and happy victorie obtained by Colonell David Douglasse and Sir Iames Carr, two Scottish commanders, with the helpe of the Scots planted in the North of Ireland against the arch-rebels Philemy Oneal, the Earle of Delvin and Sir Denis Butler where there was 6 or 7000 of the rebels slaine ... / written from Dublin, Febr. 18 by Tho. Lancton, secretarie unto Sir Charles Coote and received by the last post Febr. 23, 1641.
[1642] Exceeding joyfull newes from Plymouth and Devonshire. Sent in a letter from the deputy lieutenants to the House of Commons, Decemb. 8. wherein is declated [sic] the full proceedings of the cavaleirs against the Parliament forces in the said county, from the 4. of Decemb. to the 9. 1642. Also a full relation of the besieging of Plymouth, by the Lord Grandison, the L. Digby, and Commissarie Wilmot, with 9000. men, and how they were beaten off by the Parliament forces that were within the town, killing about 850. the Lord Digbie being shot through the shoulder, with a musquet bullet.
[1642] Exceeding joyfull newes from Scotland brought over by the Lord Mackland, and read in the House of Commons upon Thursday last, being the 18. day of this instant month of August, 1642. With the Paliaments [sic] resolution concerning the Yorkshire propositions declaring their intentions for the sending downe of forces both of horse and foot, for the safety of the said county. Likewise the resolution of the Earle of Rutland, the Earle of Exceter, and the Lord Paget, with divers others that are come from His Majesty, are resolved to come to the house again if they may be received. Ordered that this be printed and published. Hen. Elsing, Cler. Parl. D. Com.
[1642] Exceeding joyfull newes from the cavaleers at Nottingham. Declaring their resolution and propositions to the Lords at Nottingham, now attending his Royall Majesty, being happy and welcom'd tydings for London. With their terrible threatnings against Colonell Goring. Likewise, happy tydings from Shereboru [sic] Castle, declaring the proceedings of the Parliaments forces against the Marquis of Hartford, and the state and condition he is now in. Signified by letters to the House of Commons, upon Satterday last, being the 3. of September. Also the manner of Captain Browns comming to London on Satterday last, with 7. troopes of horse, bringing with him 5. cart loads of arms and ammunition, and six prisoners, which he took in Kent, namely the Lord Roper, Mr. Adrian Scroope the Duke of Lenox Stewart, and 4. more.
[August 23. 1642] Exceeding joyfull newes from the Earl of Bedford, Lord Generall of the Horse, that is now set forth for the defence of the Protestant religion. Declaring the happy and fortunate successe of the Ptotestant [sic] army at Siege-moore in Sommersetshire, upon the 19. day of this instant month of August, who having received a challange from the Lord Paulet, Sir Ralph Hopton, and Sir John Stowell, daring them to meet them at the said moor at the time and place appointed. Which said gentlemen upon the 19. day assembled at Siege-moor with great number of men, where Sir Francis Popham, Mr. Pine, and Mr. Stroud met them wich [sic] 6000. horse and foot, and after some parley concerning the King and Parliament, they fell to blowes, but after some 6, hours fight Sir Francis obtained the victory. The said Lord Paulet and his accomplices stood for the commission of array, and Sir Francis and the rest of the gentlemen for the ordinance of Parliament.
[1642] Exceeding joyfull newes from the Earle of Bedfords army, brought to London by Captain Johnson, September, 6. The said army consisting of five thousand foot, seven hundred horse, and 28. ensigns. now ready to give battle against the Marquis of Hartford, and Collonel Lunsfords forces, being in Shereborn Castle. With the resolution of Collonel Lunsford, to the High Court of Parliamed [sic], expressed and discovered by his making of fire-works against the Earl of Bedfords army, the manner whereof is as followeth, worthy of observation. Likewise the resolution of the trayned band of Devonshire, concerning Colonell Lnnsford [sic], being resolved to march against him with 900. foot, and was accompanied with 200. horse and many brave gallants from the town of Dorchester September. the third.
[Sept. 23. 1642] Exceeding joyfull newes from the Lord Sey. Being an exact relation of a great battell fought by the said L. Sey, Colonell Hampden, and Colonell Goodwin neer Worcester Septem. 21. against the Lord Coventry, that came to take possession of the said city. Likewise another victory obtained by the trained band of Cheshire against the Welchmen, with the number of them that were slaine in both battailes. Also very good newes from the Earle of Warwicke, shewing his victorious proceedings from the 16. of September to the 23. of the same.
[1642] Exceeding joyfull newes from the Prince being comfortable tydings for both Houses of Parliament, as it will evidently appear in this ensuing subject. Wherein His Highnesse doth expresse his firme and constant resolution. Also the expresse command that the Prince hath given to the cavaleers. With the Parliaments resolution concerning the Kings Majesty, he being now resolved to set up his standard, and hath thereupon commanded all those that will aid assist him to repair to Nottingham. Ordered that this be forthwitg [sic] printed Hen. Elsyng Cler. D. Com.
[Agust sic 17. 1642] Exceeding joyfull news from Oxford-shire. Being a true relation of a victorious battell fought by the apprentizes, of London, against the cavaliers wherein were slaine 16 of the said cavaliers. And not one of the apprentizes wounded, but one shot through the arme with a pistoll. With divers other exployts against the said cavaliers by the valiant apprentizes. Whereunto is annexed the couragious proceedings of the said apprentizes who are resolved to spend their dearest blood for the good of King and Parliament. Also some remarkeable passages from Banbury and Warwickshire.
England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons. / [1642] Exceeding joyfull propositions; propounded by the Commons assembled in Parliament, to all true subjects within the kingdome of England, and dominion of Wales. Wherein they declare the proceedings of the King of Denmarke also how the Kings Maiesty hath sent two embassadors to the said King of Denmarke, concerning his present proceedings here in England. Likewise the King of Denmarkes answer and resolution, concerning His Majesties desire. Presented to the Kings Majesty at Oxford, December 20. 1642. Ordered by the Commons House of Parliament, that these propositions be forthwith printed and published. Hen. Elsing, Cler. Parliamentorum.
[Octob. 11. 1642] Exceeding true and happy newes from Pomfret Castle. Beeing a perfect description of a great battaile, fought by Mr. Hotham, sonne to Sr. Iohn Hotham, with 300. horse and 500. foote, against the Lord Savill, and Sir Francis Nevill, with 1500. horse and foot, before the walls of Pomfret Castle. Oct. 7. Also declaring how the Lord Savill was wounded and above 200. of his men slaine in the fight.
[Octob. 20. 1642] Exceeding true and happy newes from the Castle of Windsor. Declaring how severall troopes of dragooners have taken possession of the said castle, to keepe it for the use of the King ann [sic] Parliament. Likewise manifesting hov [sic] severall companies of horse and foot are raysed by authority of the high court of Parliament in Essex. Buckingham-shire. Surrey. Midlesex. Barke-shire. Hampshire. and other adjoyning counties. With a remarkeable passage concerning the Earle of VVarwicke, who came to towne, on Tuesday 18th of this present October. Also a declaration concerning the major of Worcester, who was brought to towne on Wednesday the 19.th of Octob. with a waggon laden with plate and money.
[1642] Exceeding true and joyfull newes from Worchester: Wherin is declared two glorious battels performed by the Parliaments forces against the Kings army, Septemb. 24. and 26. The first by the Earl of Essex with ten troops of horse, against Prince Robert, and Commissary Wilmot, with 14 troops, within half a mile of VVorcester, vvho after 4 or 5 hours fight, slew Commissary VVilmot, wounded Prince Robert in the head, and killed about 30. common souldiers. Of the Earl of Essex side were slain Serjeant Major Douglas, and about 20 common souldiers. This battell was fought upon Monday last, and with much difficulty his Excellency obtained the victory, and hath beaten all the cavaleers out of VVorcester. The second battle was fought the L. Sey, against Sir Iohn Byron neer Shrewsburie, Sep. 24, 1642.
[September 7. 1642] Exceeding true nevves from Boston, Sherbourne Castle, Oxford, Exeter Beverley, Bristow, and Ireland. VVherein is declared how ten cavaliers were taken neere Serges in Lincolneshiere, with 3. ships and great store of treasure, and brought to London on tuesday the sixth of September, 1642. Also an information given to the Major of Bristow, by certain Irish merchants, that the King of Spain hath set up his standard at Washford in Ireland. Whereunto is annexed the proceedings of the Earle of Bristow who hath besieged Sherbourne-Castle with thirty thousand men. With the truest inteligence of the proceedings in every respective place above mentioned.
[1642] Exceeding true nevves from Newcastle. Declaring the manifold distractions, feares, and iealosies of that city, and severall other places of note in the countrey. Likewise a reall and exact declaration of the particular causes of their distempers. Set downe in as ample and exact a manner as can be desired, for the satisfaction of all those that desire to be informed of the present estate of those parts.
Benningfield, W. / [1642] An exceeding true relation, of a renowned victory obtained against the rebels on the 2. of May. 1642. On the north side of Tredarth.: By the discreet councell, and heroicke courage of Captaine Stutfield, and Captaine Bartlet. Who with a very small number of men slew almost sixe thousand rebels. Being the copie of a letter sent to Mr. Dudley Ratcliffe, citizen, jnhabitant at Tower-hill. Whereunto is added, the copie of another letter sent to a gentleman of worth in London, and read in the House of Commons. Jt is ordered, that this be forthwith printed Hen. Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.
[Aug. 4. 1642] Exceeding welcome nevves from Beverley. Or, York-shires love to London. VVherein is declared the resolution of the gentry and commonalty of Yorkshire, to joyn with the London voluntiers, for the defence of the King and Parliament. VVith more ioyfull news from the Kings most excellent Majesty. Also the Parliaments resolution, wherein they declare that they will live and die with the Earle of Essex, in the maintenance of the Protestant religion, and defence of the Kings honour. Ordered that this be printed and published. Joh. Browne, Cler. Parl.
Kilborne, Patrick. / [1642] Exceeding welcome news from Ireland being a copie of a letter sent from Dundalke to Mr. Dudley Norton, Esquire, inhabitant at Nanptwich and now resident in London : wherein is declared in what condition the Kingdome of Ireland is at this present : with true information what victories have been obtained against the rebels in several parts of that kingdome by the Earle of Ormond ... : with others ...
Peârez, Juan, d. 1567. / [An. Do. 1576] An excelent comfort to all Christians, against all kinde of calamities no lesse comfortable, then pleasant, pithy, and profitable: Compendiously compiled by Iohn Perez, a faithfull seruant of God, a Spaniard (in Spanish) and now translated into English by Iohn Daniel, of Clements Inne, with diuers addicions by him collected and therevnto annexed.
Sherley, William. / [1662] The excellence of the order of the Church of England, under Episcopal government set forth in a sermon at the visitation at Blandford, Anno 1640 / by William Sherley ...
Nedham, Marchamont, 1620-1678. / [1656] The excellencie of a free-state: or, The right constitution of a common-wealth.: Wherein all objections are answered, and the best way to secure the peoples liberties, discovered: with some errors of government, and rules of policie. Published by a well-wisher to posterity.
Moffett, Peter, d. 1617. / [1590] The excellencie of the mysterie of Christ Iesus. Declared in an exposition, or meditation vpon the 16. verse of the first epistle of Saint Paul vnto Timothie.
Nye, Philip, 1596?-1672. / [1646] The excellency and lawfulnesse of the Solemne league and covenant.: Set forth in a speech, or exhortation made by Mr. Phillip Nye to the Honorable House of Commons and reverend assembly of ministers at their taking the said Solemne league and covenant.
[1675?] The excellency and nature of the true spirit of wormwood: with its virtues and directions.
Jelinger, Christopher. / [1641] The excellency of Christ, or, The rose of Sharon shewing the art of taking Christ as the onely soveraign medicine of a sin-sick soul : accomodated both for those that are without and for those that are in Christ who are thereby instructed how they must be fitted to apply Christ unto themselves in 25 cases upon that excellent text in Cant. 2:1 ... / by Christopher Jelinger.
Johnston, Nathaniel, 1627-1705. / [1686] The excellency of monarchical government, especially of the English monarchy wherein is largely treated of the several benefits of kingly government, and the inconvenience of commonwealths : also of the several badges of sovereignty in general, and particularly according to the constitutions of our laws : likewise of the duty of subjects, and mischiefs of faction, sedition and rebellion : in all which the principles and practices of our late commonwealths-men are considered / by Nathaniel Johnston ...
Learned and truly loyal gentleman. / [1685?] The Excellency of monarchy a panegyrick written anno 1658 / by a learned and truly loyal gentleman for information of the miserably misled Commonwealths-men (falsly so called) of that deceitful age and now reviv'd by a friend to the author and an honourer of the establish'd government of these nations.
Hallywell, Henry, d. 1703? / [1692] The excellency of moral vertue, from the serious exhortation of St. Paul to the practice of it in several discourses upon Phil. 4. 8. : to which is added, A discourse of sincerity, from John i. 47 / by Henry Hallywell ...
Bagshaw, Henry, 1632-1709. / [1673] The excellency of primitive government in a sermon preach'd at Guild-Hall Chappel at the election of this present Lord Mayor / by Henry Bagshaw ...
Bradford, Samuel, 1652-1731. / [1699] The excellency of the Christian revelation, as it promiseth assistance, and compleat salvation to sinners a sermon preach'd in the Cathedral Church of St. Paul, November the 6th, 1699, being the eighth, for this year, of the lecture founded by the Honourable Robert Boyle, Esq. / by Samuel Bradford ...
Cruso, Timothy, 1656?-1697. / [1689] The excellency of the Protestant faith as to its objects and supports in a sermon preached November 5th, 1689 / by T. Cruso.
Willis, Thomas, 1619 or 20-1692. / [1676] The excellency of wisdom, disclosing it self in the virtues of a good life recommended to the natives of Warwick-shire, in a sermon preached to them on their anniversary feast-day, in London, Nov. 30th, 1675 / by Thomas Willis ...
Chaderton, Laurence, 1536?-1640. / [1578?] An excellent and godly sermon most needefull for this time, wherein we liue in all securitie and sinne, to the great dishonour of God, and contempt of his holy word. Preached at Paules Crosse the xxvi. daye of October, an. 1578 by Laurence Chaderton Batcheler of Diuinitie.
L'Espine, Jean de, ca. 1506-1597. / [Anno. 1587] An excellent and learned treatise of apostasie made by the most reuerend and godly learned man M. Iohn de l'Espine minister of the word of God in the churche of Angers in the dukedome of Anjou. Directed against the apostates in the churches of France. Written first in the French tongue by the author him selfe, and now faithfully translated into English. The contentes of the booke appeare in the page following.
Loque, Bertrand de. / [1582] An excellent and plaine discourse of the church, whereby the godlie may knowe and discerne the true Church, from the Romish Church, and all other false and counterfet churches, as well for matters of doctrine, as discipline, &c. Written in Frenche by M. Bartrand de Loque, a godlie minister of Dolphenine. And faithfully translated into English, by M.T.W. Seene and allowed.
[1690?] The excellent and renowned history of the famous Sir Richard Whittington three times lord-mayor of the honourable City of London. Giving an account of all the remarkable and noted passages of his life. This may be printed, R.P.
[1689] An Excellent and very pretious exercise of a very devout and penitent soule passionatly affected to the solace of soules abandoned in the flames of purgatory augmented with the dolors of the B. Virg. and the prayers of the holy sindon to deliver a soule out of purgatory.
Deloney, Thomas, 1543?-1600. / [1700?] An excellent ballad of a noble marquess and patient Grissel. To the tune of, The bride's good-morrow, &c.
[between 1658 and 1664] An excellent ballad of patient Grissel. To the tune of, The brides good-morrow.
[1750?] An excellent ballad of St. George and the dragon
[1693] An excellent ballad of St. George for England, and the King of Egypt's daughter, whom he delivered from death, and how he slew a monstrous dragon, &c. To the tune of, Flying fame, &c. Licensed and entered according to order.
[ca. 1629] An Excellent ballad of the mercers sonne of Midhurst, and the clothiers daughter of Guilford to the tune of Daintie come thou to me.
[165-?] An excellent ballad, intituled, The constancy of Susanna. To an excellent new tune.
[between 1662 and 1675] An excellent ballad, intituled, The wandring Prince of Troy. To the tune of, Queen Dido.
Deloney, Thomas, 1543?-1600. / [1685] An excellent ballad, of a prince of England's courtship to the King of France's daughter, and how the prince was disasterously slain; and how the aforesaid princess was afterwards married to a forrester. To the tune of, Crimson velvet, &c.
[1695?] An Excellent collection of English books consisting of near four hundred volumes in folio ... lately belonging to Mr. James Partridge ...
J. S. / [1651] An excellent comedy, called, The Prince of Priggs revels: or, The practises of that grand thief Captain James Hind,: relating divers of his pranks and exploits, never heretofore published by any. Repleat with various conceits, and Tarltonian mirth, suitable to the subject. / Written by J.S.
[between 1674-1679] An excellent ditty, called The shepherds wooing Dulcina. Tune is, Dulcina.
Pierson, Thomas, 1622-1691. / [MDCXLVII 1647] Excellent encouragements against afflictions, or, Expositions of four select Psalmes the XXVII, LXXXIV, LXXXV, and LXXXVII, containing [brace] 1. David's triumph over distresse, 2. Davids hearts desire, 3. The churches exercise under affliction, 4. The great charter of the church / by the learned and laborious, faithfull and prudent minister of God's word, Mr. Thomas Pierson ...
[1566, 18. of Januarie] The excellent historye of Theseus and Ariadne: Wherein is declared her feruent loue to hym: and his trayterous dealynge towarde her: written in English meeter in co[n]mendacion of all good women: and to the infamie of suche lyght huswyues as Phedia the sister of Ariadne was: which fled away w[ith] Theseus her sisters husbande: as is declared in this history. By Thomas Vnderdowne.
[MDCLXX. 1670] An excellent introduction to architecture Being a book of geometrical-practice: which is the first degree of all arts: wherein is contained variety of examples of that admirable science, shewing and describing the making of several figures in that nature, with the proper names belonging to each member and figure, and how to begin and end them after a plain and easie manner, it being of great use to all artists and workmen concerned in building; more especially, surveyors, architects, engineers, masons, carpenters, joyners, bricklayers, plasterers, painters, carvers, glasiers, &c. In general, for all that are concerned, or delight to practise with the rule and compasse.
Basire, John. / [1669] An excellent letter from John Basire doctor of lavvs, to his son Isaac Basire:
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1691] Excellent memorables for all mourners especially mourners for the loss of dearest relations : gathered out of Mr. B's prepared (though not preached) farewel sermon, at Kederminster, Aug. 24, 1662, upon our Savior's words.
[1658] An excellent new ballad of the birth and passion, of our saviour Christ. To the tune of, Dulcina.
[1681] An excellent new ballad, to the tune of, How unhappy is Phillis in love
[1682] An Excellent new hymne to the mobile, exhorting them to loyalty the clean contrary way
[1700?] An excellent new play-house song, call'd The bonny grey-ey'd morn or Jockey rous'd with love
Philoprotest. / [1693] An excellent new poem upon the happy proceedings of Their Majesties royal army by sea and land with a reflection upon the insulting Jacobites.
[1684] An Excellent new song call'd The hard-hearted lady, or, The young man dy'd for love being a relation of a yound lady that was engag'd to a seaman, and married another while he was a shipboard.
[1700] An excellent new song call'd, The female duel; or, The victorious Williamite lady, who was challeng'd to fight a duel by a Jacobite lady. Tune of, If love's a sweet passion.
[1700?] An excellent new song lately composed intituled, The new way of Pittcathly Well. Or, The gentlemans love to his mistress. To the tune of, Pollwarth on the Green.
[in the year, 1682?] An excellent new song of the unfortunate Whig's To the tune of, The King enjoys his own again.
[between 1692-1695] An excellent new song, call'd The fairy Queen, or, The merry companions,
[1685?] An excellent new song, call'd, The languishing swain: or, The hard-hearted shepherdess. To a pleasant new play-tune. Licensed according to order.
[1695] An excellent new song, call'd, The praise of women. Or, Wine, women and musick. Being a playhouse song to a pleasant new tune.
[1700] An excellent new song, called, The gentlemans resolution. For a pleasant country life.
Crown, Mr. (John), 1640?-1712. / [1697] An excellent new song, called, The private encounter between two loyal lovers. Being sung in the last new play, called, The married beau.
[1700?] An excellent new song, intituled, Valiant Jockie His ladies resolution. To be sung to its own proper tune.
[1670] An excellent new song, much in request. Of a young maid that built castles in the air, and at last was forced to take a cobler to her fair.
[between 1685 and 1688] An excellent new song; or, a true touch of the times, giving you a full and true account of the transactions, from King James the First, to the present reign of our Soveraign Lord King James the Second. To the tune of, The loyal health. Or, Why are my eyes still flowing, &c.
Brathwaite, Richard, 1588?-1673. / [1658] An excellent piece of conceipted poesy, divided into two subjects, A voice from the vault, and An age for apes with other exquisite ayers, and select fancies ... and extracted from the choicest wits of our age.
Penn, William, 1644-1718. / [1687] The excellent priviledge of liberty & property being the birth-right of the free-born subjects of England. Containing I. Magna carta, with a learned comment upon it. II. The confirmation of the Charters of the liberties of England and of the forrest, made in the 35th year of Edward the First III. A statute made the 34 Edw. I. commonly called De tallageo non concedendo; wherein all fundamental laws, liberties and customs are confirmed. With a comment upon it. IV. An abstract of the pattent granted by the King to VVilliam Penn and his heirs and assigns for the province of Pennsilvania. V. And lastly, the Charter of liberties granted by the said VVilliam Penn to the free-men and inhabitants of the province of Pennsilvania and territories thereunto annexed, in America.
[1628 or 9] An excellent song wherein you shall finde great consolation for a troubled minde. To the tune of Fortune my foe.
[1647] An excellent speech spoken by His Highness Iames Duke of Yorke to England's renowned generall, His Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax at the King's Majesties royall conrt [sic] at Causam : together with His Excellencies answer ... : also the chiefe heads of the armies new declaration concerning the king, parliament and kingdome : with a message from the generall to the citizens of London.
Northumberland, Algernon Percy, Earl of, 1602-1668. / [1648] An excellent speech spoken by the Right Honourable Algernon Piercy Earle of Northumberland, to the Kings most Excelent Majesty, on Satterday last, concerning His Royall person, and this distracted Kingdom.: And His Majesties gracious answer thereunto (in presence of the Dukes, Earles, Lords, and gentlemen appointed for the treaty) touching a generall pardon to all his subjects. Also, the most excelent, divine, and heavenly prayer of the Kings most Excellent Majesty, and his commissioners, on Sunday last for a blessing upon the treaty, composed, and made by derections and dictations from his Majesty, likewise, good newes from the treaty, their proceedings on Munday last, and His Majesties message to the Scots touching their engaging against England. Signed, Charles R.
Moore, Jonas, Sir, 1617-1679. / [1676] An excellent table for the finding the periferies, or circumferences of all elleipses [sic] or ovals so near the truth as any mechanical practice can require / calculated with great diligence and care by Sir Jonas Moore, and not done before.
Calvin, Jean, 1509-1564. / [An. Do. 1581] An excellent treatise of the immortalytie of the soule By which is proued, that the soules, after their departure out of the bodies, are avvake and doe lyue, contrary to that erronious opinion of certen ignorant persons, who thinke them to lye asleape vntill the day of iudgement. Set fourth by M. Iohn Caluin, and englished from the French by T. Stocker.
Paracelsus, 1493-1541. / [Anno, Dominj. 1590] An excellent treatise teaching howe to cure the French-pockes with all other diseases arising and growing thereof, and in a manner all other sicknesses. Dravvne out of the bookes of that learned doctor and prince of phisitians, Theophrastus Paracelsus. Compiled by the learned Phillippus Hermanus, phisition and chirurgion. And now put into English by Iohn Hester in the spagiricall arte, practitioner.
John Chrysostom, Saint, d. 407. / [1588] An excellent treatise touching the restoring againe of him that is fallen written by the woorthy man Saint Iohn Chrysostome ... ; turned and put into English, out of an ancient Latine translation, written in velume, by R.W. ...
John Chrysostom, Saint, d. 407. / [1609] An excellent treatise touching the restoring againe of him that is fallen written by the worthy, Saint Chrysostome to Theodorus a friend of his, who by leud liuing, was fallen from the Gospell; fit to read for reclaiming their hearts which are in like case. Englished (out of an auncient Latin translation, written in velume) by R.W. With an annexed epistle of comfort from one friend to another, wherin the Anabaptists error of desperation is briefly confuted, and the sinne against the holy Ghost plainly declared.
Nostradamus, 1503-1566. / [1559] An excellent tretise, shevving suche perillous, and contagious infirmities, as shall insue. 1559. and .1566. vvith the signes, causes, accidentes, and curatio, for the health of such as inhabit the. 7.8. and. 9. climat. compiled by Maister Michael Nostrodamus, Doctor in Phisicke, and translated into Englysh at the desire of Laurentius Philotus, Tyl.
[Printed Anno Domini 1674] The excellent virtues and uses of the great antidote of Van Helmon, Paracelsus, and Crollius; by them called the elixir proprietatis: Known by all physicians to be the greatest cordial and only medicine in the world for long and sound life: restoring nature even at the point of death, and effectually taking away the seeds of all diseases. / Written by J.H. a lover of truth; and made publick for the good of all people.
Case, Thomas, 1598-1682. / [1659] The excellent woman a sermon preached at the funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Scott ... on the 16 of Decemb. 1658 / by Tho. Case ...
Woodward, Ezekias, 1590-1675. / [1656] Exceptions against some passages or expressions in our introduction and first treatise, relating to Infant baptism examined and committed to the Godly-wise, to judge how just they be
Ley, John, 1583-1662. / [Ann. Dom. 1653] Exceptions many and just against two injurious petitions exhibited to the Parliament·: The one Iuly 16. The other Aug. 4. 1653. Both of them not only against tithes, but against all forced or constrained maintenance of ministers, examined and found many waies faulty against piety and justice, and as such now discovered, by Theophilus Philadelphus.
Lilburne, John, 1614?-1657. / [1653] The exceptions of John Lilburne Gent. prisoner at the Barre, to a bill of indictment: preferred against him, grounded upon a pretended act, intituled, An Act for the execution of a judgement given in Parliament against Lieutenant Collonel John Lilburn: which judgement is by the said Act supposed to be given the 15 day of January, 1651.
[1671?] Exceptions to Edward Mosley's bill in Parliament
[1615] Exchange ware at the second hand viz. Band, Ruffe, and Cuffe, lately out, and now newly dearned vp. Or a dialogue, acted in a shew in the famous Vniuersitie of Cambridge.
Lyon, John, professor of mathematics. / [1659] The exchequer gallon vindicated to be the true and only standard gallon of England Against the unjust calumnies in a pamphlet, entituled, The cry of the oppressed, by reason of false measures. Written in behalf of the Commonwealth. Wherein is manifested, that the brewers are not forced to sell by one measure, and pay excise by another, as they pretend they are. But their vessels are gauged by that only standard gallon which is commanded to be used throughout the nation by Acts of Parliament in force, made by this and many precedent Parliaments; which gallon by those Acts is also appointed to be and remain for a standard in the Treasury or Exchequer for ever; to the end no deceit might be used by variety of measures in this nation. By John Lyon, Professor of Mathematicks, and a well-wisher of publique good.
[1652] The excise-mens lamentation: or, an impeachment in behalf of the Commons of this nation, against their insulting publicans, and cruell oppressors and extortioners: with their acknowledgment, confession, and testimony, touching their proceedings in each county; and the vast and mighty summes vvich they most wickedly retained: collected by their unlimited power, spungie hearts, and long-stretched consciences. Also, the rising of the Welch-men against a party of them at Monmouth; and the manner how Mr. Crow (the farmer of excise) ran naked into a tub of feathers; where, after a short time, he was taken, and a great oath and charge inflicted upon him. Published for information of the people.
Augustine, Saint, Bishop of Hippo. / [1483?] Excitacio fidelis ad elemosinam faciendam A b[ea]to Augustino conscripta.
[Printed in the yeare, 1648] Exclamatio pauperum: the exclamation, or the out-cry of the poor: against those state gudgeons at Westminster, who have swallowed up their lively-hoods by their unlawfull taxes, to uphold their rebellion, to the ruine of the kingdom in generall, and the absolute beggering of many thousands of tradsmen (who before the ravenous state had the power to stretchg them upon the tenters of their libidinous wills) lived happily and plentifully with their families, but now for want of trade, they are in a perishing condition, and altogether voyd of any reliefe fromthose who grind the face of the poore, and hate them, because they are the image of God. But I would wish all good men to observe the words of Solomon. ...
Person of quality. / [1679?] An exclamation against Julian, secretary to the Muses with the character of a libeller / by a person of quality.
[1679] An exclamation against the whore of Babylon the mother of harlots setting forth the true and false church with their heads, members, parts, and properties, as any indifferent reader, Protestant or papist, may judge which is the one, which is the other : who are Christs who be antichrists, who be true Christians and who be antichristians : as the difference and also the opposition now here following fully declareth.
[1684] An exclamation from Tunbridge and Epsom against the newfound wells at Islington.
J. M. O. / [Printed in the Year, 1661] The exclames of Rhodopæa to the lamentable death of the most noble Marquess of Montrose together with a reflection to his most honourable exequies in the great church of Edinburgh / written formerly, and now published at his honourable interment.
Allen, Isaac, 17th cent. / [1658] Excommunicatio excommunicata, or, A censure of the Presbyterian censures and proceedings in the Classis at Manchester: wherein is modestly examined what ecclesiastical or civil function [sic] they pretend for their new and usurped power : in a discourse betwixt the ministers of that Classis, and some dissenting Christians.
[1680] Excommunication excommunicated, or, Legal evidence that the ecclesiastical courts have no power to excommunicate any person whatsoever for not coming to his parish-church in a dialogue between a doctor of both laws and a substantial burgher of Taunton-Dean.
Eleanor, Lady, d. 1652. / [1647] The excommunication out of paradice by the Lady Eleanor.
[1679] The execution and confessions of the seven prisoners executed at Tyburn on Friday the 19th of December, 1679. Viz. John Parker, for high-treason. Benjamin Penry, for robbery on the highway. John Dell, of Edger, for stealing a mare; but tryed for several murders, first of his wife's brother, then of her father, and lately of his said wife her self. Richard Dean, heretofore his servant, condemned with him for the same felony, but supposed to be equally guilty with him in all the said murders. William Atkins, Susan White, and Deborah Rogers, for several felonies, being all old offenders. With a particular account of the said John Dell's impenitent and refractory behaviour after sentence of death pass'd upon him, &c.
[1679] The execution, last speeches & confessions, of the thirteen prisoners that suffered on Friday the 24th of October, 1679. Viz. Christian Woodward, burnt at a stake in Smithfield for treason, for clipping of money. And twelve hang'd at Tyburn, whose names and offences were as follow. Stephen Pushworth, --- for burglary. Tho. Hudson, ------- drawn thither on a sled for clipping. Thomas French, and John Hurst, for robberies on the highway. Edward Jarvis, James Marmaduke, Thomasin Moore, Charles Michenor, Isaac Whitacre, and Charles Pain, for breaking open houses. George Buttler, ----- for horse-stealing. Thomas Dod, -------- An old notorious offender.
[1681?] The Execution of Ed. Fitz-Harris and Oliver Plunket who was conveyed, one from the Tower and the other from Newgate, on the 1st of July to Tyburn upon a sledg, and there hang'd and quartered for high-treason in conspiring the death of His Most Sacred Majesty, to subvert the government by endeavouring to raise rebellion, and to introduce an army to establish popery and arbitrary power and destroy the Protestants : with the manner of his behaviour in the Tower and at the place of execution.
[1679] The Execution of Henry Berry who was executed at Tyburn on Fryday the 28 of this instant February, 1678, for assisting in the murther of Sir Edmund-bury Godfrey, one of His Majesties justices of the peace for the county of Middlesex, late of St. Martins in the fields : with an account of his deportment in Newgate and at the place of execution, with several other remarkable circumstances.
[1684] The Execution of James Halloway who was drawn, hang'd and quarter'd at Tyburn for high-reason, on Wednesday, the 30th of this instant April, 1685.
Kilborne, Patrick. / [1678/9] The execution of Mr. Rob. Foulks, late minister of Stanton-Lacy in Shropshire with some account of his most penitent behaviour, confession, last speech &c.
[1679] The execution of the 11 prisoners that suffer'd at Tyburn, and one in Little-Brittain, on Wednesday the 22th of this instant January, 1679 With the manner of their behaviour in Newgate before execution. Viz. Rich Mills, John Butler, William Brown, Christopher Brunker, George Kenyon, all of them for a robbery in Hatton-Garden. William Adkins, Anthony Tyler, for a burglary. Francis Jones, for a burglary. Timothy Smith, Margaret Wallis, for a burglary in the Strand. William Brain, for horse-stealing. Robt. Freeman, for shooting his master. With the description of every mans fact for which he dyed. VVith allowance.
[1661] The execution of the covenant, burnt by the common-hang-man Edw. Dun, Presbyter, May 22. 1661. Published for the use of Dr. B. and Mr. Notcros, and the rest of the rigid Presbyterians.
[1688] The execution of the Popish lord: or, The traytor's downfall Being an account of the beheading of VVilliam Viscount Stafford for high treason: on the 29th. of this instant December, 1680. On a scaffold erected for that purpose, on Tower-hill: with many particulars most remarkable, that happened therein. And of the disposal of his body after execution. Which may be a large warning to all the yet remaining Popish conspirators; how they seek to take away the life of the King, and by seeking to destroy the Protestant religion, have hopes to plant Popery once more in England.
[1679] The execution of two persons at Tyburn for the murdering of Sir Edmund-bury Godfrey one of his Majesties Justices of the Peace for the county of Middlesex late of St. Martins in the Fields. viz, Robert Green and Lawrence Hill, who were executed on Fryday the 21th of this instant Frebruary [sic], 1678/9. with an account of their deportment at the place of execution, and several other remarkable circumstances. With allowance.
[1678/9 i.e. 1679] The Execution of William Ireland and John Grove who were drawn, hang'd, and quartered at Tyburn on Friday the 24th of January, 1678/9 for high-treason : with their carriage and behaviour.
[1683] The Execution of William Lord Russel who on the 21st of this instant July was beheaded in Lincolns-Inn-Fields, for conspiring the death of the King, to leavy war, and raise a rebellion, together with his behaviour and speeches, &c.
England and Wales. Lord Protector (1653-1658 : O. Cromwell) / [1657] An exemplification under the Great Seal of England, of an ordinance of His Highness the Lord Protector: by and with the advice and consent of his council, dated the 26th of May, 1654. Entituled, An ordinance for the preservation of the works of the great level of the Fens; which ordinance was confirmed by one Act and Declaration made in the Parliament begun at Westminster the 17th day of September, an. Dom. 1656.
R. M. / [1585.] An exercise for a Christian familie; contayning a short sum of certayne poyntes of Christian religion, with certaine godly prayers, psalmes, & thanksgiuings, both before and after meales. Very necessary to be vsed in euery Christian familie. / By R.M..
[1642] The Exercise for yong [sic] artillery men, or, The militia of the kingdome in its posture of warre whereunto are added the orders meete to bee observed upon any forragne invasion for the shires that lye on the sea coast.
Loarte, Gaspare, d. 1578. / [1594] The exercise of a Christian life written by G.L. ; being the first ground and foundaion [sic], whence the two treatises appertaining to resolution, were made and framed, by R.P.
Gheyn, Jacob de, 1565-1629. / [1608] The exercise of armes for caliures, muskettes, and pikes after the ordre of his Excellence. Maurits Prince of Orange Counte of Nassau etc. Gouernour and Captaine generall. ouer Geldreland. Holland, Zeeland, Vtrecht. Overyssel. etc. Sett forthe in figures. by Iacob de Gheyn. With written instructions. for the service of all captaines and comaundours. For to shewe hereout the better vnto their jong or vntrayned souldiers the playne and perfett maner to handle these armes.
[1684] The Exercise of musquet and pike as it was performed by beat of drum before His Majesty and His Royal Highness at Putney Heath, October 1, 1684.
[1642] The exercise of the English, in the militia of the kingdome of England.
Tossanus, Daniel, 1541-1602. / [1583] The exercise of the faithfull soule that is to say, prayers and meditations for one to comfort himselfe in all maner of afflictions, and specially to strengthen himselfe in faith: set in order according to the articles of our faith, by Daniell Toussain, minister of the worde of God: with a comfortable preface of the author, vnto the poore remnant of the Church of Orlians; containing a short recitall of extreme and great afflictions which the said church hath suffered. Englished out of French, almost word for word, by Ferdenando Filding.
England and Wales. Army. / [1693] The exercise of the foot with the evolutions, according to the words of command, as they are explained : as also the forming of battalions, with directions to be observed by all colonels, captains and other officers in His Majesties armies. Likewise, the exercise of the dragoons both on horse-back and foot. With the rules of war in the day of battel, when encountering the enemy, ordered by Sir Thomas Livingston, Major General, and commander in chief of their Majesties forces in Scotland. Recommended to all (officers as well as souldiers) in their Majesties armies.
England and Wales. Army. / [1690] The exercise of the foot with the evolutions, according to the words of command, as they are explained : as also the forming of battalions, with directions to be observed by all colonels, captains and other officers in Their Majesties armies.
Laythes, Thomas, d. 1701. / [1686] The exercise of the spirit in spiritual things and the many good and peaceable fruits of righteousness experimentally witnessed ...
Alliston, Joseph. / [1610] The exercise of true spirituall deuotion Consisting of diuers holy meditations and prayers; seruing for the inflaming of mens benummed affections; the quickening and increase of sauing grace; and the better ordering of the whole course of the life of a Christian, in a manner acceptable to God, profitable vnto others, and comfortable vnto his own soule. The first part.
[1650] The Exercitation answered, in the assertions following made good against it. 1 That the usurpation pretended by the exercitator is really no usurpation, by any thing that he hath said to prove it such. 2 That former oaths in controversie oblige not against obedience to present powers. 3 That obedience is due to powers in possession, though unlawfully enter'd.
Hotchkis, Thomas. / [1655. i.e. 1654] An exercitation concerning the nature of forgivenesse of sin.: Very necessary (as the author humbly conceiveth) to a right informaion [sic], and well grounded decision of sundry controversal points in divinity now depending. Directly intended as an antidote for preventing the danger of antinomian doctrine. And consequently subservient for promoting the true faith of Christ and fear of God, in a godly righteous, and sober life. / By Thomas Hotchkis, Master of Arts of C.C.C.C. and minister of Gods word at Stanton by Highworth in the county of Wilts. To which is prefixed Mr. Richard Baxters preface.
Hollingworth, Richard, 1607-1656. / [Printed in the yeer, 1650] An exercitation concerning usurped powers: wherein the difference betwixt civill authority and usurpation is stated. That the obedience due to lawfull magistrates, is not owing, or payable, to usurped powers, is maintained. The obligation of oaths, and other sanctions to the former, notwithstanding the antipolitie of the latter is asserted. And the arguments urged on the contrary part in divers late printed discourses are answered. Being modestly, and inoffensively managed: by one studious of truth and peace both in Church and state.
Thomsonn, Samuel, b. 1643? / [1676] Exercitations and meditations upon some texts of Holy Scripture and most in Scripture-phrase and expression. By Samuel Thomsonn, M.A. and Doctor of Physick; formerly student in Magdalen-Hall in Oxford.
Beauvais, Charles de. / [1665] Exercitations concerning the pure, and true, and the impure, and false religion. By Charles de Beauvais rector of the parish of Witheham, in the county of Sussex
Weemes, John, 1579?-1636. / [1632] Exercitations divine Containing diverse questions and solutions for the right understanding of the Scriptures. Proving the necessitie, majestie, integritie, perspicuitie, and sense thereof. As also shewing the singular prerogatiues wherewith the Lord indued those whom he appointed to bee the pen-men of them. Together with the excellencie and use of divinitie above all humane sciences. All which are cleared out of the Hebrew, and Greeke, the two originall languages in which the Scriptures were first written, by comparing them with the Samaritane, Chaldie, and Syriack copies, and with the Greeke interpretors, and vulgar Latine translation. By Iohn Weemse, of Lathocker in Scotland, preacher of Christs Gospell.
Collier, Thomas, fl. 1691. / [M DC XLVI. 1646] The exhaltation of Christ in the dayes of the Gospel: as the alone high-priest, prophet, and king, of saints. / By Thomas Collier, sometimes teacher to the church in Yorke.
[1588?] An exhortacion to als [sic] English subiects, to ioine for the defence of Queene Elziabeth [sic], and their natiue country
Niclaes, Hendrik, 1502?-1580? / [1574?] Exhortatio. I.: The first exhortation of H.N. to his children, and to the famelye of loue. by him newlye perused, and more distinctlye declared. Translated out of Base-almayne into English.
Preston (Lancashire, England). Provincial Assembly. / [1655] An exhortation directed to the elders of the several congregations within this province of Lancaster.: By the Provincial Assembly at Preston, May 1. 1655.
Lombe, Henry, d. 1695. / [1694] An exhortation given forth at the requirings of the Lord in tender love to all that have been in any measure turned unto truth, by the visitation of the Almighty, in his spiritual appearance, that they be faithful and obedient thereunto.
Smith, Robert, d. 1555. / [1681] The exhortation of Mr. Rogers to his children, which he wrote a few days before his burning; being martyred in Queen Mary's days: Being gody admonitions, fit for a Christian to follow.
H. A. Henry Arthington. / [1594] The exhortation of Salomon. By H.A.
Comenius, Johann Amos, 1592-1670. / [1661] An exhortation of the churches of Bohemia to the Church of England wherein is set forth the good of unity, order, discipline, and obedience in churches rightly now, or to be constituted : with a description premised of the order and discipline used in the churches of the Brethren of Bohemia / by J. Amos Commenius.
Knaggs, Thomas, 1660 or 1-1724. / [MDCXCIX 1699] An exhortation to a personal and national repentance a sermon / preached at St. James Church, Westminster, Feb. 5, 1688/9 by Tho. Knaggs ...
Atkinson, Thomas. / [1684] An exhortation to all people
Maynforth, Robert. / [1691] An exhortation to all people in general.: Together with a warning to the drunkards of England, who were my companions in the kingdom of darkness, whom my soul pities. : Being a testimony to the way and truth of God ... / Robert Maynforth.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1685] An exhortation to all people to pureness, cleanness, and holiness, and faithfulness to the Lord by G.F.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1680] An exhortation to all that profess themselves Christians and say the scripture is their rule for their life doctrine and practice / by George Fox.
Davenant, John, ca. 1572-1641. / [1641] An exhortation to brotherly communion betwixt the Protestant churches written by ... John Davenant ...
London (England). Provincial Assembly. / [1655] An exhortation to catechizing:: the long neglect whereof is sadly lamented. And the speedy reviving as earnestly desired. / By the provincial assembly at London. August 30. 1655.
R. D., fl. 1568. / [Anno. 1568] An exhortation to England, to ioine for defense of true religion and their natiue countrie. Seene and allowed according to the order appointed.
Cooke, Shadrach, 1655?-1724? / [1689] An exhortation to firmness and constancy in true religion in a sermon preached at St. Mary Islington, Feb. 2, 1689/90 / by Shadrach Cooke ...
Hesketh, Henry, 1637?-1710. / [1684] An exhortation to frequent receiving the holy sacrament of the Lord's Supper, or, A plain and practical discourse upon part of I Cor. II, 26 being the substance of several sermons preached in St. Hellens Church, London / by Hen. Hesketh ...
Banks, John, 1637-1710. / [1687] An exhortation to Friends, to keep in remembrance, and prize the former mercies, blessings, favours, and deliverances, received from the Lord with a warning also to beware of the enemies workings, by careless security, and fleshy ease, in this day of so large liberty, and freedom given, or suffered to come to pass, upon the account of meeting, worshiping, and serving of God / by ... John Bancks.
Walker, George, B.D., d. 1651. / [1641?] An exhortation to his dearely beloued countrimen, all the natiues of the countie of Lancaster, inhabiting in and about the Citie of London; tending to perswade and stirre them vp to a yearely contribution, for the erecting of lectures, and maintaining of some godly and painfull preachers in such places of that country as have most neede, by reason of ignorance and superstition there abounding: / composed by George Walker pastor of St. Iohn the Euangelists ...
Gatford, Lionel, d. 1665. / [1643] An exhortation to peace: with an intimation of the prime enemies thereof, lately delivered in a sermon, and newly published with some small addition, by Lionell Gatford, B.D. rector of Dinnington in Suffolke, now a prisoner in Ely-house in Holborne.
Shower, John, 1657-1715. / [MDCLXXXVIII 1688] An exhortation to repentance, and union among Protestants, or, A discourse upon the burden of Dumah
[1572] An exhortation to the byshops to deale brotherly with theyr brethren
Foley, Samuel, 1655-1695. / [1695] An exhortation to the inhabitants of Down and Connor concerning religious education of their children in general, and particularly in order to their being confirmed / by Samuel, Lord Bishop of Down and Connor.
Bullinger, Heinrich, 1504-1575. / [1575] An exhortation to the ministers of Gods woord in the Church of Christ, that they set aside all mutuall discord, and in these latter dayes and dangerous times purely and with one concent preache vnto the world the onely true faith in Christe and amendement of life. / Compiled by D. Henry Bulliger of Zurick. ; Translated into English by John Cox. 1575. Thou hast heer in this little book good christian reader moste plain, sure and substantiall reasons to establish mutuall consent and christian concord..
Nye, Philip, 1596?-1672. / [1644] An exhortation to the taking of the Solemne league and covenant for reformation and defence of religion, the hononr [sic] and happinesse of the king, and the peace and safety of the three kingdomes of England, Scotland, and Ireland
Bull, Digby. / [1695] An exhortation to trust in God, and not to despair of His help and fall from Him, in this dark time of popery that is coming upon the church written by Digby Bull.
Shower, John, 1657-1715. / [M DC LXXXI. 1681] An exhortation to youth to prepare for judgment. A sermon occasion'd by the late repentance and funeral of a young man. Deceased September 29. 1681.
Torrey, Samuel, 1632-1707. / [1674] An exhortation unto reformation amplified, by a discourse concerning the parts and progress of that work, according to the word of God, delivered in a sermon preached in the audience of the General Assembly of the Massachusets colony, at Boston in New-England, May 27, 1674, being the day of election there / by Samvel Torrey ...
Penry, John, 1559-1593. / [1588.] An exhortation vnto the gouernours, and people of Hir Maiesties countrie of Wales, to labour earnestly, to haue the preaching of the Gospell planted among them. There is in the ende something that was not in the former impression..
[1643] An Exhortation vnto the learned divines assembled at Westminster to set an order touching fayth and religion in the Church of England
Field, John, 1652-1723. / [1696] An exhortation, by way of epistle to the friends of Christ, every where.
Marten, Anthony, d. 1597. / [1588] An exhortation, to stirre vp the mindes of all her Maiesties faithfull subiects, to defend their countrey in this dangerous time, from the inuasion of enemies. Faithfullie and zealouslie compiled by Anthonie Marten, sewer of her Maiesties most honorable chamber
Lennard, Samson, d. 1633. / [1609] An exhortatory instruction to a speedy resolution of repentance and contempt of the vanities of this transitory life. By Samson Lennard.
Coucheman, Giles. / [M.D.L.I. 1551] An exhortatyon or warnynge, to beware of greater plagues & troubles, then are yet come vppon thys realme, for the synnes and wyckednes that hath bene, & is yet dayly commytted there in..
Gawen, Nicholas. / [1668] Exochē tou Christou, Christ's preeminence in a question propounded, discussed, & resolved, that Christ was the first, that with flesh and blood entred into the kingdome of heaven / by Nicholas Gawen.
Jenkyn, William, 1613-1685. / [1675] Exodus, or, The decease of holy men and ministers consider'd in the nature, certainty, causes, and improvement thereof : a sermon preach't Sept. 12. 1675 : by occasion of the much lamented death of that learned and reverend minister of Christ, Dr. Lazarus Seaman ...
Hole, Matthew, 1639 or 40-1730. / [1697] The expediency of a publick liturgy, to preserve the reverence of publick worship a sermon preach'd at Bridgewater, for the satisfaction of an eminent dissenter / by Matthew Hole ...
[1689] An Expedient for peace amongst Christians. The second part grounded on the impossibility of their agreement in matters of religion : and further enlarged in a discourse of church and state : wherein a new ecclesiastical administration is exhibited.
[1688] An Expedient for peace perswading an agreement amongst Christians &c.
Sandilands, Robert. / [sixth month 1692] An expedient for peace, or some Christian and reasonable proposals, once more renewed and offered again to Friends of Reading conducing to an amicable composure of differences among them: with a healing epistle to them from Friends of Bristol, on both sides, tenderly advising them to meet all together again in their ancient publick meeting house. As also a seasonable expostulation and a persuasive to a reconciliation, with some remarkable testimonies added to promote the same and several objections against it answered, which may tend to a general service.
Cradocke, Francis, d. 1670? / [1659] An expedient for regulating the customes and excise: Approved by divers well affected marchants, and others of the citty of London. Humbly represented to the supream authority of the nation, the Parliament of the Common-wealth of England. By Francis Cradock. Marchant.
Lover of his country, that desires at this time to be namelesse. / [1659] An expedient for the preventing any difference between His Highness and the Parliament.: About the recognition. The negative voyce. The militia. By a lover of his country, that desires at this time to be namelesse.
[1672] An Expedient or a sure & easy way of reducing all dissenters whatsoever to an exact & sincere obedience both to our ecclesiastical & civil government
[1662] An Expedient, or, A sure & easy way of reducing all dissenters whatsoever to an exact & sincere obedience both to our ecclesiastical & civil government
Stephens, Edward, d. 1706. / [1700?] An expedient to extricate one's self out of the guilt of schism, and enter effectually into a virtual catholick communion, without participation in any corruptions, notwithstanding any unreasonable terms of communion, which might otherwise keep him out. In a letter to a friend.
[between 1695 and 1705] An expedient, which with an easier burden to the subject may raise an equivalent to the salt-duty, if that be laid aside.
[Printed, in the year, 1660] Expedients for publique peace. Shewing the necessity of a national union and the way to it in this time of danger.
[1670] Expedients proposed for the easing and advantaging the coal-trade and lessning the price of coals in London, and other places, &c.
[1670] Expedients proposed for the easing and advantaging the coal-trade and lessning the price of coalsin [sic] Lon don [sic], and other places, &c.
[1670] Expedients proposed for the easing and advantaging the coal-trade, and lessning the price of coals in London, and other places, &c.
Carpenter, Richard, d. 1670? / [1641] Experience, historie, and divinitie Divided into five books. Written by Richard Carpenter, vicar of Poling, a small and obscure village by the sea-side, neere to Arundel in Sussex. Who being, first a scholar of Eaton Colledge, and afterwards, a student in Cambridge, forsooke the Vniversity, and immediatly travelled, in his raw, green, and ignorant yeares, beyond the seas; ... and is now at last, by the speciall favour of God, reconciled to the faire Church of Christ in England? Printed by order from the House of Commons.
[1684] The Experienced jocky, compleat horseman, or gentlemans delight containing plain and easie directions in breeding, feeding, keeping and managing horses for all occasions, as war, raccing, hunting, travel, &c. ... to which are added plain and easie directions for the breeding, feeding, managing and curing distempers in bulls, cows, calves, oxen, sheep and swine, useful and necessary for all persons who expect pleasure or profit by any of the forementioned animals, the like before not extant.
[1699] The experienced market man and woman: or Profitable instructions, to all masters and mistrisses of families, servants and others, to know the goodness of all sorts of provisions, and prevent being cheated and imposed on ... butchers meat, to know whether young or old, fresh kil'd or stale ... how to know all sorts of poulterers ware ...to know the goodness of badness of all sorts of fish ... directions to prevent being defrauded in buying butter, eggs, cheese, bread, English and outlandish fruits, and other things that may turn to much profite and advantage.
White, Elizabeth, d. 1669. / [Anno Dom. 1698] The experiences of God's gracious dealing with Mrs. Elizabeth White, late wife of Mr. Thomas White of Coldecot in the county of Bucks. / As they were written under her own hand, and found in her closet after her decease, she dying in child-bed, Decemb. 5. 1669.
Younge, Richard. / [1660] An experimental index of the heart, or, Self-knowledge in which (as in a looking-glasse) the civillest of men may see what need they have of a redeemer : and that it most deeply concerns them with all speed to sue out their pardon in Christ and to rely wholly and only upon free-grace for pardon and salvation : except they prefer an everlasting furnace of fire and brimstone in hell, before an eternal weight of super-abundant glory in heaven, as all (most sottishly) do that by sinne and Satan are bewitched / drawn up and published for the good of all by R. Younge of Roxwell in Essex, Florilegus.
Würtz, Felix, 1518-1575? / [1656] An experimental treatise of surgerie in four parts : 1. The first part shewing the dangerous abuses committed among the modern surgeons, 2. Of cures of all sorts of wounds in mans body ..., 3. Of the symptomes of wounds ..., 4. Treating of all kinds of balmes, salves, plaisters, ointments, oyles, bloodstenchers, potions, tents, corrosives, &c. which are used for wounds ... / by that most famous and renowned surgeon, Felix Wurtz, citie surgeon at Basell ... ; exactly perused after the authors own manuscrip, by Rodolph Wurtz, surgeon at Strasburg ; faithfully the second time translated into Neather Dutch, out of the twenty eighth copy printed in the German tongue, and now also Englished and much corrected, by Abraham Lenertzon Fox, surgeon at Zaerdam ; whereunto is added a very necessary and useful piece, by the same author, called the Childrens book, treating of all things which are necessary to be known by all those, to whose trust and overlooking, little children are committed.
Impartiall well-willer to the peace and well-beeing of all. / [1648] An experimentall essay touching the reformation of the lavves of England anno 1648.: By an impartiall well-willer to the peace and well-beeing of all.
Ford, Edward, Sir, 1605-1670. / [1666] Experimented proposals how the King may have money to pay and maintain his fleets with ease to his people, London may be rebuilt and all proprietors satisfied, money be lent at six per cent on pawns, and the fishing-trade set up, which alone is able and sure to enrich us all, and this without altering, straining or thwarting any of our laws or customes now in use by Sir Edward Forde.
Morel, Pierre. / [1657] The expert doctors dispensatory.: The whole art of physick restored to practice. The apothecaries shop, and chyrurgions closet open'd; wherein all safe and honest practices are maintained, and dangerous mistakes discovered; and what out of subtilty for their own profits they have indeavoured to reserve to themselves, now at last impartially divulged and made common. Together with a strict survey of the dispensatories of the most renowned colledges of the world ... Containing, ... the Latine names of all simples and compounds English'd. ... the vertues, qualities, properties, quantities, and uses of all simples and componnds [sic]. ...the way of prescribing remedies; ... the nature, qualities, and symptomes of all diseases ... cautions for the applying all both internal and external medicines. To which is added by Jacob a Brunn ... a compendium of the body of physick; wherein all the medicaments vniversal and particular, simple and compound, are fitted to the practice of physick; and these forms of remedies now before prescribed by the famous P. Morellus, ...
[1654] The Expert gardener, or, A treatise containing certaine necessary, secret, and ordinary knowledge in grafting and gardening with divers proper new plots for the garden, also sundry expert directions to know the time and season when to sow and replant all manner of seeds : with divers remedies to destroy snailes, canker-wormes, moths, garden-fleas, earth-wormes, moles, and other vermine / faithfully collected out of sundry Dutch and French authors.
Macmath, James, 1648-1696. / [M. DC. XCIV. 1694] The expert mid-wife a treatise of the diseases of women with child, and in child-bed: as also, of the best ways and means of help in natural and unnatural labours. With fit remedies for the various maladies of new born babes. A work more full than any yet extant: and most necessar [sic] for all bearing women, mid-wifes, and others that practise this art. By Mr. James McMath, M.D.
Rüff, Jakob, 1500-1558. / [1637] The expert midwife, or An excellent and most necessary treatise of the generation and birth of man. Wherein is contained many very notable and necessary particulars requisite to be knovvne and practised: with diuers apt and usefull figures appropriated to this worke. Also the causes, signes, and various cures, of the most principall maladies and infirmities incident to women. Six bookes compiled in Latine by the industry of Iames Rueff, a learned and expert chirurgion: and now translated into English for the generall good and benefit of this nation.
Crell, Johann, 1590-1633. / [1646] The expiation of a sinner in a commentary vpon the Epistle to the Hebrevves.
Holland, R. (Richard), 1596-1677. / [Anno Dom. 1676] An explanation of Mr. Gunter's quadrant, as it is enlarged with an analemma by Richard Holland.
[Ianuary 16. 1642 i.e. 1643] An Explanation of the agreement of the 21. of Decemb. last betwixt His Majesty and the inhabitants of the county of Oxon., for provisions for His Majesties horses billited in this county.
[1695] An Explanation of the Assembly of Divines Shorter catechism being the substance of some late explanations of the same catechism : with some variations and additions for the help of children.
Spittlehouse, John. / [1653] An explanation of the commission of Jesus Christ; in relation to the gifts, call, mission, qualification, work and maintenance of his ministers under the gospel-dispensation. Compared with the gifts, call, mission, qualification, work, and maintenance, of the titular clergy of this commonwealth. Humbly submitted to the judgement of the committe, in relation to tythes; to the end they may see the contradiction betwixt them, and so deal with them accordingly. Published by John Spittlehouse.
Otes, Samuel, 1578 or 9-1658. / [1633] An explanation of the generall Epistle of Saint Iude. Delivered in one and forty sermons, by that learned, reverend, and faithfull servant of Christ, Master Samuel Otes, parson of Sowthreps in Norfolke. Preached in the parish church of Northwalsham, in the same county, in a publike lecture. And now published for the benefit of Gods church, by Samuel Otes, his sonne, minister of the Word of God at Marsham.
Keble, Joseph, 1632-1710. / [1681] An explanation of the laws against recusants, &c. abridged by Joseph Keble ...
Leeds, Thomas Osborne, Duke of, 1631-1712. / [1679] An explanation of the Lord Treasurer's letter to Mr. Montagu, the Kings late embassador in France, March 25th, 1678 together vvith the said letter and the two letters of Mr. Montagu, which were read in the House of Commons.
Franciscus a Sancta Clara, 1598-1680. / [1670] An explanation of the Roman Catholick's belief concerning the principal points controverted, charitably offered to all moderate persons.
Franciscus a Sancta Clara, 1598-1680. / [Anno Dom. 1656] An explanation of the Roman Catholicks belief: concerning their church, vvorship, iustification, and civil government and their other tenets: as it was presented to some persons of quality, for their particular satisfaction.
Franciscus a Sancta Clara, 1598-1680. / [1673] An explanation of the Roman Catholikes belief concerning these foure points, their church, worship, justification and civill government : as it was presented to some persons of quality, for their particular satisfaction.
Fitch, James, 1622-1702. / [1683] An explanation of the solemn advice, recommended by the Council in Connecticut Colony, to the inhabitants of that jurisdiction, respecting the reformation of those evils, which have been the procuring cause of the late judgments upon New-England. By Mr. James Fitch ...
[1692] An Explanation of the terms, order, and usefulness of the liturgy of the Church of England by way of question and answer, recommended to be learned after the church catechism.
[1685] The explanation. To the tune of, Hey boys up go we.
Briscoe, John, fl. 1695. / [1694] An explanatory dialogue of a late treatise, intituled, A discourse on the late funds of the Million-act, Lottery-act, and Bank of England with proposals for supplying Their Majesties with money on easy terms, exempting the nobility, gentry, &c. from taxes, enlarging their yearly estates, and enriching all the subjects in humbly offered to the consideration of the Lords and Commons in Parliament assembled by J. Briscoe.
J. B. John Butler. / [1698] Explanatory notes upon a mendacious libel called Concubinage and poligamy disproved; written by a nameless author, in answer to a book writ by J.B. as being a scurrilous libel, as not fit to be stiled an answer. As may appear, by a catalogue of notorious and villainous lies, and Billingsgate raileries, and dunghil language, to be shewed therein. By J.B. B.D.
Cunningham, Thomas, 1604-1670. / [Anno 1640] Explication, of - Thrissels - banner. Containing a brief interpretation & declaration, of the forme & fashion thereof, as also of the matter therein expressed.
Towerson, Gabriel, 1635?-1697. / [1676] An explication of the Decalogue or Ten Commandments, with reference to the catechism of the Church of England to which are premised by way of introduction several general discourses concerning God's both natural and positive laws / by Gabriel Towerson ...
Line, Francis, 1595-1675. / [1673] An explication of the diall sett up in the Kings garden at London, an. 1669 in which very many sorts of dyalls are conteined : by which, besides the houres of all kinds diversly expressed, many things also belonging to geography, astrology, and astronomy, are by the sunnes shadow made visible to the eye, amongst which very many dialls, especially the most curious, are new inventions, hitherto divulged by none : all these particulars are shortly, yet clearly sett forth for the common good / by the Reverend Father Francis Hall, otherwise Line, of the Society of Jesus, professor of mathematicks.
Sanderson, Randall. / [1647] An explication of the following direction for the reading of the Bible over in a yeare with an exhortation to the necessary use and practice thereof.
Weemes, John, 1579?-1636. / [1632] An explication of the iudiciall lawes of Moses. Plainely discovering divers of their ancient rites and customes. As in their governours, government, synedrion, punishments, civill accompts, contracts, marriages, warres, and burialls. Also their oeconomicks, (vizt.) their dwellings, feasting, clothing, and husbandrie. Together with two treatises, the one shewing the different estate of the godly and wicked in this life, and in the life to come. The other, declaring how the wicked may be inlightned by the preaching of the gospel, and yet become worse after they be illuminated. All which are cleered out of the originall languages, and doe serue as a speciall helpe for the true understanding of divers difficult texts of scriptures. ... / By Iohn Weemse, of Lathocker in Scotland, preacher of Gods word.
Crompton, William, 1599?-1642. / [1633] An explication of those principles of Christian religion, exprest or implyed in the catechisme of our Church of England, set downe in the Booke of Common Prayer Vsefull for housholders, that desire heaven in earnest: and are willing to discharge their dutie in examination of their charge, before they send any of them to our communion. Begun and finisht in Barstaple, in the Countie of Devon, according to his maiesties late pious directions, for the renewing and continuing of the ordinance of catechising, so generally sleighted and neglected: now thus farre published respectively for the benefit of that corporation.
Moore, Thomas, Senior. / [1656] An explicite declaration of the testimony of Christ: according to the plain sayings of the Gospel: and therein, of the purposes, promises, and covenants of God, as by Gospel declared. With, a consideration of a question stated about faith. By Thomas Moore, Senior.
[1680] Exporting unmanufactured goods the only cause of the want of employ for our poor, the beating down of the price of wooll, the fall of estates, the diminishing of the King's revenues, the discouraging merchandising, and impoverishing of the nation in general.
Ridley, Lancelot, d. 1576. / [Anno salutis humanæ M.D.LXVIII. 1548] An exposicion in Englishe vpon the Epistle of .S. Paule, to the Colossians wherin the letter is purely declared, with many good exhortations to flee vice, and to take vertue, as shall appere clerely to the faithfull reader throughout all this epistle: written by Lancelot Ridley of Cantorbury. Anno salutis humanæ M.D.XLVIII.
Staunford, William, Sir, 1509-1558. / [an. 1567] An exposicion of the kinges prerogatiue collected out of the great abridgement of Iustice Fitzherbert and other olde writers of the lawes of Englande by the right woorshipfull sir William Staunford Knight, lately one of the iustices of the Queenes maiesties court of comon pleas: whereunto is annexed the proces to the same prerogatiue appertaining. 1567.
[anno dom 1536] An exposicyon vpon a pece of saint James epistle to the ende of ye second chapitre, begynnynge at D.in ye same chapitre: as hereafter foloweth
Traheron, Bartholomew, 1510?-1558? / [Imprinted Anno .1557. i.e. 1558] An expositio[n] of the .4. chap. of S. Joans Reuelation made by Bar. Traheron, in sondrie readinges before his countre men in Germanie. Where in the prouide[n]ce of God is treated with an annswer made to the obiection of a gentle aduersarie.
Savonarola, Girolamo, 1452-1498. / [1534] An exposition after the maner of a co[n]templacyon vpon ye .li. psalme, called Miserere mei Deus.
Prime, John, 1550-1596. / [Anno 1587] An exposition, and observations upon Saint Paul to the Galathians togither with incident quæstions debated, and motiues remoued, by Iohn Prime.
Keltridge, John. / [1578] The exposition, and readynges of Iohn Keltridge: Mayster of the Artes: student of late in Trinitie Colledge in Cambridge, minister, preacher, and pastor of the Church of Dedham, that is in Essex: vpon the wordes of our Sauiour Christe, that bée written in the. xi. of Luke.
Greenhill, William, 1591-1671. / [1651] An exposition continued upon the fourteenth, fifteenth, sixteenth, seventeenth, eighteenth, and nineteenth chapters of the prophet Ezekiel, with many useful observations thereupon delivered at severall lectures in London / by William Greenhill.
Greenhill, William, 1591-1671. / [1662] The exposition continued upon the nineteen last chapters of the prophet Ezekiel with many useful observations thereupon delivered in several lectures in London / by William Greenhil.
Greenhill, William, 1591-1671. / [1649] An exposition continued upon the sixt, seventh, eighth, ninth, tenth, eleventh, twelfth, and thirteenth chapters of the prophet Ezekiel, with useful observations thereupon. Delivered in severall lectures in London, By William Greenhill.
Greenhill, William, 1591-1671. / [1658] An exposition continued upon the XX, XXI, XXII, XXIII, XXIV, XXV, XXVI, XXVII, XXVIII, and XXIX, chapters of the prophet Ezekiel, vvith many useful observations thereupon. Delivered at several lectures in London, by William Greenhill.
Ridley, Lancelot, d. 1576. / [1538] An exposition in the epistell of Iude the apostel of Christ wherein he setteth playnly before euery mans eyes false apostels, and theyr craftes, by ye which they haue longe receyued symple christian people.
Traheron, Bartholomew, 1510?-1558? / [1557] An exposition of a parte of S. Iohannes Gospel made in sondrie readinges in the English congregation by Bartho. Traheron ; and now published against the wicked entreprises of new sterte vp Arrians in Englande.
[1567?] The Exposition of certain partes of Scripture, according to the mindes of the chieffe doctors ...
Agapētos. / [1564] An exposition of chapiters exhortatiue set forth in Greeke vvithoute meditatio[n], by Agapetus, minister of the most holy and greate churche of God: and nowe translated most truely out of Greeke into English, by Iames Whit Scotishman, as, the learned in both the tongues may easily iudge.
Dionysius Exiguus, ca. 540. / [1672] The exposition of Dionysius Syrus written above 900 years since on the evangelist St. Mark / translated by Dudley Loftus ... anno 1672 ; wherewith are bound up several other tracts of the same authour, and an ancient Syriack scholia on the four evangelists, as also some Persian, Armenian, and Greek antiquities, translated as aforesaid : the titles whereof are set down immediately after the Epistle to the reader, with refereuce [sic] to the several pages where they are.
Luther, Martin, 1483-1546. / [An. 1573] An exposition of Salomons booke called Ecclesiastes or the preacher. Seene and allowed.
Knollys, Hanserd, 1599?-1691. / [1679] An exposition of the 11th Chapter of Revelation wherein all those things therein revealed, which must shortly come to pass, are explained / by Hanserd Knollys ...
Wilkinson, John, dissenter. / [Imprinted in the yere, 1619] An exposition of the 13. chapter of the Revelation of Iesus Christ. By Iohn Wilkison
Bunny, Francis, 1543-1617. / [1616] An exposition of the 28. verse of the third chapter of the epistle to the Romans Wherein is manifestly proued the doctrine of iustification by faith, and by faith onely. By Francis Bunny, one of the prebendaries of the Cathedrall Church of Durham.
Hutcheson, George, 1615-1674. / [1669] An exposition of the book of Job being the sum of CCCXVI lectures, preached in the city of Edenburgh / by George Hutcheson ...
Day, William, ca. 1605-1684. / [1654] An exposition of the Book of the Prophet Isaiah by the endeavours of W. Day ...
Bristow, John, minister of the word of God. / [1627] An exposition of the Creede, the Lords Prayer, the Tenne Commandements, and the Sacraments. Catechetically composed by Iohn Bristovv, minister of the Word of God
Beverley, Thomas. / [1692] An exposition of the divine standard of prayer, styl'd the Lord's Prayer of the preface, conclnsion [sic], and of every petition of it, as of the prayer of the kingdom of Messiah, the Lord Jesus Christ / by T. Beverley.
Bossuet, Jacques Bénigne, 1627-1704. / [Printed in the year, 1685] An exposition of the doctrine of the Catholic Church in matters of controversie: by the Right Reverend James Benigne Bossuet ... ; done into English from the fifth edition in French.
Wake, William, 1657-1737. / [1686] An exposition of the doctrine of the Church of England in the several articles proposed by Monsieur de Meaux, late Bishop of Condom, in his Exposition of the doctrine of the Catholick Church to which is prefix'd a particular account of Monsieur de Meaux's book.
Jenkyn, William, 1613-1685. / [1652] An exposition of the Epistle of Jude,: together with many large and useful deductions. Lately delivered in XL lectures in Christ-Church London, by William Jenkyn, Minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. The first part.
Jenkyn, William, 1613-1685. / [1654] An exposition of the epistle of Jude,: together with many large and usefull deductions. Formerly delivered in sudry lectures in Christ-Church London. By William Jenkyn, minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and pastor of the church at Black-friars, London. The second part.
Elton, Edward, d. 1624. / [1615] An exposition of the Epistle of St Paule to the Colossians deliuered in sundry sermons, preached by Edvvard Elton minister of Gods word at St Mary Magdalens Bermondsey neare London. And now by him published intending the further good of his charge, and the profit of as many as shall please to reade it.
Knollys, Hanserd, 1599?-1691. / [1656] An exposition of the first chapter of the Song of Solomon. Wherein the text is analysed, the allegories are explained, and the hidden mysteries are unveiled, according to the proportion of faith. : With spiritual meditations upon every verse. / By Hanserd Knollys.
Greenhill, William, 1591-1671. / [1645] An exposition of the five first chapters of the prophet Ezekiel, with useful observations thereupon. / Delivered in severall lectures in London, by William Greenhill.
[1538] The exposition of the fyrste, seconde, and thyrde canonical epistles of S. Jhon wyth a prologe before it
Hutcheson, George, 1615-1674. / [1657] An exposition of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, according to John by Geo. Hutcheson.
[1686] An exposition of the holy ornaments and ceremonies which the Church uses at Mass Collected from several authors. And now publish'd for the common good of all Catholicks, and others.
Anderson, Anthony, d. 1593. / [1574] An exposition of the hymne commonly called Benedictus with an ample & comfortable application of the same, to our age and people. By A. Anderson preacher.
Weemes, John, 1579?-1636. / [1632] An exposition of the lawes of Moses: Viz. Morall. Ceremoniall. Iudiciall. The second volume. Containing an explanation of diverse questions and positions for the right understanding thereof. Wherein also are opened divers ancient rites & customes of the Iewes, and also of the Gentiles, as they haue relation to the Iewish. Together with an explication of sundry difficult texts of Scripture, which depend upon, or belong unto every one of the Commandements, as also upon the ceremoniall and iudiciall lawes. Which texts are set downe in the tables before each particular booke. All which are cleered out of the originall languages, the Hebrew and Greeke, and out of the distinctions of the schoolemen and cases of the casuists. / By Iohn Weemse, of Lathocker in Scotland, preacher of Gods Word.
Bunny, Francis, 1543-1617. / [1602] An exposition of the Lordes praier wherein are delivered necessary lessons for all Christians to learne and practise when they will pray: by Fraunces Bunny sometime fellow of Magdalen colledge in Oxforde.
Wishart, William, parson of Restalrigg. / [1633] An exposition of the Lords prayer. Delivered in two and twenty lectures, at the church of Lieth in Scotland; by Mr William Wischart parson of Restalrigg
Weemes, John, 1579?-1636. / [1632] An exposition of the morall lavv, or Ten Commandements of almightie God set dovvne by vvay of exercitations, wherein is contained an explanation of diverse questions and positions for the right understanding thereof, together with an explication of these scriptures which depend upon, or belong unto every one of the commandements, all which are cleared out of the originall languages, the customes of the Iewes, and the distinctions of the schoolemen / by Iohn Weemse ...
Goodwin, John, 1594?-1665. / [1653] An exposition of the nineth chapter of the Epistle to the Romans: wherein by the tenor and carriage of the contents of the said chapter, from first to last, is plainly shewed and proved, that the Apostles scope therein, is to assert and maintain his great doctrine of justification by faith, and that here he discourseth nothing at all concerning any personal election or reprobation of men, from eternity. By John Goodvvin, minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Hooker, Thomas, 1586-1647. / [1645] An exposition of the principles of religion by Tho. Hooker.
Boys, John, 1571-1625. / [1616] An exposition of the proper Psalmes vsed in our English liturgie together with a reason why the Church did chuse the same. By Iohn Boys, Doctor of Diuinitie. The first part explaining the Psalmes appointed to be read on Christmas and Easter day.
Barlow, John, b. 1580 or 81. / [1625] An exposition of the second epistle of the apostle Paul to Timothy, the first chapter Wherein 1 The text is logically into it's parts resolved ... 4 The seuerall doctrines thence arising deduced. ... All which is accompanied with familiar and delightfull similitudes ... Lastly as the matter requireth: there is vsed, definitions, distributions, subdiuisions, trialls, motiues, and directions, all which be of great vse in their proper order. By Iohn Barlovv ...
Cross, Walter, M.A. / [1694] An exposition of the second verse of the fourth chapter of the Epistle to the Romans with an appendix on chap. III ver. 27 : the former being the summ of fifteen sermons, the latter of five, for further explication of that great doctrine of justification / by Walter Cross, M.A.
Olevian, Caspar, 1536-1587. / [Anno. 1581] An exposition of the Symbole of the Apostles, or rather of the articles of faith. In which the chiefe points of the euerlasting and free couenant betweene God and the faithfull is briefly and plainly handled. Gathered out of the catechising sermons of Gasper Oleuvian Treuir, and now translated out of the Latine tongue into the English for the benefite of Christ his Church. By Iohn Fielde.
Elton, Edward, d. 1624. / [1623] An exposition of the ten commandements of God vvherein the principall and most materiall doctrines are set downe; by Edvvard Elton, bachelor in diuinitie, and preacher of Gods word at Saint Marie Magdalens Barmondsey neare London.
Knollys, Hanserd, 1599?-1691. / [1689] An exposition of the whole book of the Revelation wherein the visions and prophecies of Christ are opened and expounded : shewing the great conquests of our lord Jesus Christ for his church over all his and her adversaries pagan, arian, and papal ... / by H.K.
T. L. / [1623] An exposition of the XI. XII and XIII. chapters of the Revellation wherein most of the matters of greatest moment contained in the booke of the Reuelation are vnfolded / by a late writer, whose certaine name is not knowne to the publisher hereof, onely these two letters T.L. are in his aduertisement to Queene Elizabeth ; the contents whereof are in the next page.
[1698] An exposition on that most excellent prayer in the liturgy of the Church of England called the litany Wherein all or most ot the exceptions that have been made against it, are fully answered.
Stint, Thomas. / [1621] An exposition on the CXXIIII. CXXV. CXXVI. Psalmes, called the Psalmes of degrees: or, the churches deliuerance. Plainely set forth for the benefit of Gods church, by T.S. Seene, and allowed.
Hopkins, Ezekiel, 1634-1690. / [1692] An exposition on the Lord's prayer with a catechistical explication thereof, by way of question and answer for the instructing of youth : to which is added some sermons on providence, and the excellent advantages of reading and studying the Holy Scriptures / by Ezekiel Hopkins ...
Hopkins, Ezekiel, 1634-1690. / [1691] An exposition on the Ten Commandments with other sermons. By the Right Reverend Father in God, Ezekiel, late Lord Bishop of London-Derry.
Robotham, John, fl. 1654. / [1651] An exposition on the whole booke of Solomons song,: commonly called the canticles. Wherein the text is explained and usefull observations raised thereupon. / By John Robotham, preacher of the gospel.
[Anno Domini. M.D.LIII. 1553] An exposition touching al the bokes of holie Scripture, and their excellencie
Philalethes, Eirenaeus. / [1677] An exposition upon Sir George Ripley's Epistle to King Edward IV written by Eirenæus Philalethes Anglus, cosmopolita.
Starkey, George, 1627-1665. / [MDCLXXVII. 1677 ] An exposition upon Sir George Ripley's preface. Written by Æyrenæus Philalethes, anglus, cosmopolita.
Pack, Samuel. / [1691] An exposition upon the first chapter of the Song of Songs handled by way of question and answer for the information of the weakest understanding / by Samuel Pack.
Turnbull, Richard, d. 1593. / [1591] An exposition vpon the canonicall Epistle of Saint Iames with the tables, analysis, and resolution, both of the whole epistle, and euerie chapter thereof: with the particular resolution of euerie singular place. Diuided into 28. lectures or sermons, made by Richard Turnbull, sometimes fellow of Corpus Christie Colledge in Oxford¨ now preacher and minister of the word of God and the holy Sacraments, in the citie of London.
Stint, Thomas. / [1621] An exposition vpon the CXII. Psalme. The high way to euerlasting blessednesse. Written for the benefit of Gods church, by T.S.
Byfield, Nicholas, 1579-1622. / [1617] An exposition vpon the Epistle to the Colossians Wherein, not onely the text is methodically analysed, and the sence of the words, by the help of writers, both ancient and moderne is explayned: but also, by doctrine and vse, the intent of the holy Ghost is in euery place more fully vnfolded and vrged. ... Being, the substance of neare seuen yeeres weeke-dayes sermons, of N. Byfield, late one of the preachers for the citie of Chester.
Denison, Stephen, d. 1649 or 50. / [1622] An exposition vpon the first chapter of the second Epistle of Peter with, the principall doctrines naturally arising from euery verse of the same chapter. By Stephen Denison minister of Kree-Church London.
Roberts, Alexander, d. 1620. / [Anno Domini 1610] An exposition vpon the hundred and thirtie Psalme. Gathered out of some of the ancient fathers and later writers. By Alexander Roberts Bachelour in Diuinity, and preacher of the word of God at Kings Linne in Norfolke.
King, Henry, 1592-1669. / [1628] An exposition vpon the Lords prayer Deliuered in certaine sermons, in the cathedrall church of S. Paul. By Henry King Archdeacon of Colchester, and residentiary of the same church.
Smith, Samuel, 1588-1665. / [1616] An exposition vpon the sixt chapter of the prophesie of Hosea. VVherein is set down the true repentance of the godly, as also the hypocriticall repentance of the wicked; most needfull for these times. Wherein 1. The summe and scope. 2. The doctrines. 3. The reasons. 4. The vses. Of most texts are obserued. First preached by Samuel Smyth minister of Roxwel in Essex, and now by him published, intending the further good of his charge, and the profit of as many as shall please to read it. Seene and allovved.
Blake, David, fl. 1600. / [1600] An exposition vppon the thirtie two psalme describing the true manner of humbling and raising vppe of Gods children. Set foorth by Maister David Blak.
Sclater, William, 1575-1626. / [1650] An exposition vvith notes on the whole fourth chapter to the the Romanes wherein the grand question of justification by faith alone, without works, is controverted, stated, cleared, and fully resolved ... / by William Sclater, Doctor in Divinity, sometimes minister of Gods word at Pitminster, in Summerset ; now published by his son, William Sclater, Batchelar in Divinity, minister at Collompton in Devon.
Sclater, William, 1575-1626. / [1619] An exposition with notes vpon the first Epistle to the Thessalonians. By William Sclater D.D. and Minister of the Word of God at Pitmister in Sommerset.
Newton, George, 1602-1681. / [1660] An exposition with notes, unfolded and applyed on John 17th delivered in sermons preached weekly on the Lords-day, to the congregation in Tavnton Magdalene / by George Newton.
Caryl, Joseph, 1602-1673. / [1656] An exposition with practical observations continued upon the fourth, fifth, sixth, and seventh chapters of the Book of Job being the substance of XXXV lectures delivered at Magnus near the bridge, London / by Joseph Caryl.
Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646. / [1650] An exposition with practical observations continued upon the fourth, fifth, sixth, and seventh chapters of the prophesy of Hosea· Being first delivered in several lectures at Michaels Cornhil London. By Jeremiah Burroughs. Being the fifth book, published by Thomas Goodwyn, William Greenhil, Sydrach Simson William Bridge, John Yates, William Adderly.
Caryl, Joseph, 1602-1673. / [1666] An exposition with practical observations continued upon the thirty-eighth, thirty-ninth, fortieth, forty-first, and forty-second, being the five last, chapters of the book of Job being the substance of fifty-two lectures or meditations / by Joseph Caryl ...
Caryl, Joseph, 1602-1673. / [1664] An exposition with practical observations continued upon the thirty-fifth, thirty-sixth, and thirty-seventh chapters of the book of Job being the substance of thirty-five lectures / by Joseph Caryl ...
Nisbet, Alexander, 1623-1669. / [1694] An exposition with practical observations upon the book of Ecclesiastes written by Alexander Nisbet ...
Caryl, Joseph, 1602-1673. / [1647] An exposition with practicall observations continued upon the eighth, ninth and tenth chapters of the book of Job being the summe of thirty two lectures, delivered at Magnus neer the bridge, London / by Joseph Caryl ...
Caryl, Joseph, 1602-1673. / [1650] An exposition with practicall observations continued upon the fifteenth, sixteenth, and seventeenth chapters of the book of Job being the summe of twenty three lectures delivered at Magnus neer the bridge, London / by Joseph Caryl.
Caryl, Joseph, 1602-1673. / [1661] An exposition with practicall observations continued upon the thirty second, the thirty third, and the thirty fourth chapters of the booke of Job being the substance of forty-nine lectures / delivered at Magnus neare the Bridge, London, by Joseph Caryl ...
Caryl, Joseph, 1602-1673. / [1655] An exposition with practicall observations continued upon the twenty-second, twenty-third, twenty-fourth, twenty-fifth, and twenty-sixth chapters of the book of Job being the summe of thirty-seven lectures, delivered at Magnus near London Bridge. By Joseph Caryl, preacher of the Word, and pastour of the congregation there.
Taylor, Francis, 1590-1656. / [1655] An exposition with practicall observations upon the three first chapters of the proverbs:: grammaticall rhetoricall, logicall, and theologicall. As they were delivered in severall expository lectures at Christ-church in Canterbury. / By Francis Taylor, B. in D.
Holland, Hezekiah, fl. 1638-1661. / [1650] An exposition, or, A short, but full, plaine, and perfect epitome of the most choice commentaries upon the Revelation of Saint John.: Especially of the most learned and judicious authors, as Bullinger of Helvetia, Francis Iunius, Thomas Brightman, Aug. Marlorate, Aug. de Civitate dei, but especially (among many) the excellent and learned David Pareus. With severall remarkable notes, observations, and doctrines very profitable. / As it was for the most part delivered by way of commentary in the parish-church of Sutton-Valence, Kanc [sic]. By Hezekiah Holland Anglo-hibernus, Minister of the Gospell at Sutton-Valence.
Blackwood, Christopher. / [1659] Expositions and sermons upon the ten first chapters of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, according to Matthew. Written by Christopher Blackwood, preacher to a Church of Christ in the city of Dublin in Ireland.
Burkitt, William, 1650-1703. / [1700] Expository notes with practical observations on the Four Holy Evangelists, viz., St. Matthew, St. Mark, St. Luke, St. John wherein the sacred text is at large recited ... and the instructive example of the holy Jesus to our imitation recommended ; designed for the instruction of private families ... / by William Burkitt.
Needler, Benjamin, 1620-1682. / [1655 i.e. 1654] Expository notes, with practical observations; towards the opening of the five first chapters of the first book of Moses called Genesis. Delivered by way of exposition in several lords-dayes exercises.: By Benjamin Needler, minister of the gospel at Margaret Moses Friday-Street, London.
Whitehead, John, 1630-1696. / [1662?] An expostulation with the bishops in England concerning their jurisdiction over the people of God, called Quakers : with a few wholesom words of exhortation and advice tending to unite them and us in one true spiritual worship.
Whitehead, John, 1630-1696. / [1662?] An expostulation with the bishops, so called, in England concerning their jurisdiction over the people of God, called Quakers : with a few wholesom words of exhortation and advice, tending to unite them and us in one true spiritual worship.
[1660?] An expostulatorie (but friendly) adhortation to that part of the ministry of England, who (being true to the doctrine) are not yet reconciled to the rites and ceremonies of the church.
[1671] An Expostulatory letter to the author of the late slanderous libel against Dr. O. with some short reflections thereon.
Ridley, Lancelot, d. 1576. / [1550?] An exposytion in Englyshe vpon the Epistyll of saynt Paule to the Philippia[n]s/ for the instruction of them that be vnlerned in to[n]ges: gathered out of holy scriptures/ & of the olde catholike doctours of the church/ & of the best authors that now adayes do write. / By Lancelot Ridley of Cantorbury. ; Ouer seen by the ryght reuerend father in god Thomas by the sufferaunce of God archebysshop of Cantorbury..
Company of Scotland Trading to Africa and the Indies. / [1699] An express from the African and Indian Scots Company's fleet, landed in New-Edinburgh in Caledonia.
[MDCXLIII 1643] An Expresse relation of the passages and proceedings of His Majesties armie vnder the command of His Excellence the Earle of Newcastle : against the rebels, under the command of the Lord Fairfax and his adherents.
Lover of ale. / [1680?] An Extempore sermon preached at the request of two scholars (by a lover of ale) out of a hollow tree.
Whitfield, Thomas, Minister of the Gospel. / [1651] The extent of divine providence: or, A treatise tending to shew that the just and holy God, may have a hand in the unjust actions of sinfull men: and that in such a way as shall be without any impeachment of his justnesse and holinesse, or diminution of his power and providence. / By Thomas Whitfield minister of the Gospel.
[1696] The extortioners and stock-jobbers, detected. Or, an infallible receipt for the circulation of money.
Bushell, Thomas, 1594-1674. / [1660] An extract by Mr. Bushell of his late abridgment of the Lord chancellor Bacons philosophical theory in mineral prosecutions published for the satisfaction of his noble friends that importunately desired it.
[1642] An Extract of a letter from Yorke. Dated on Friday night, August 5. 1642.
[July 19. 1642] An extract of all the passages from Hull, York, and Lincolnshire, being taken out of sundry letters, and sent by the last post. Being a true relation of His Maiesties proceedings in those parts.
[Printed in the yeare, 1647] An extract of certain papers of intelligence, from Cambridge, concerning His Majestie and the armie.
[August 9. 1642] An Extract of letters, wherein is related, certaine remarkable passages from Yorke & Hull.
[1645] An extract of severall letters from Scotland: concerning the defeat given to the rebels forces under the command of James Ghrame, Earl of Montrosse, at Dundy, by the army of the Parliament of Scotland, under the conduct of Lieutenant-Generall Baylie, and Generall-Major Urry. Together with their pursuit of the rebels after the victory: dated at Killimure the 7. of April. 1645. 15. April. 1645. Ordered by the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, that publike thanksgiving be made on Sunday next in all churches and chappels within the lines of communication, for the great blessing God hath given our brethren of Scotland, in the late victory obtained against the forces under the command of the Earle of Montrosse: and it is further ordered, that this relation and order be forthwith printed and published. H. Elsynge Cler. Parl. D. Com.
[1642] An extract of severall letters, vvhich came by the last post, or otherwise, from all parts of the kingdome, since the fifth of November to this present November the twelfth.: Likewise, a copy of Prince Roberts warrants from His Majesties army in the countryes about for a contribution of mony, and cloth towards the maintenance of his army.
[1698] An Extract of so much of the act of Parliament of 9 & 10 Gulielmi III. entituled, An act for raising a sum not exceeding two millions, upon a fund for payment of annuities, after the rate of 8l. per cent. per an. and for settling the trade to the East-Indies as relates to such corporations as were to be, or might be errected by virtue of the said act : together with some observations thereupon.
England and Wales. Parliament. / [1694] An extract of some proceedings in Parliament, relating to the old East-India Company.
Arnauld, Henri, 1597-1692. / [Printed in the year MDCLXVIII 1668] An extract out of a pastoral letter of the Bishop of Angers in France, concerning a late miracle done in the parish called in French, Des Ulmes de St. Florent, near to the town of Saumur, on the second day of June 1668. At what time those of the reformed church (as they call themselves) held their sinod in the said town of Saumur.
Skory, Edmond. / [1610] An extract out of the historie of the last French King Henry the fourth of famous memorie according to an autentique [sic] copie written in his life time. To which is added his being murdered with a knife in his coach in Paris the 14. of May last 1610. styl. Rom. With an apprecation [sic] for the safeguard and happines of our most gracious soueraigne Iames the first, &c. Seene and allowed by authoritie.
Parinchef, John. / [1572] An extracte of examples, apothegmes, and histories collected out of Lycosthenes, Brusonius and others ; translated into Englishe, and reduced into an alphabeticall order of common places, by A.P.
[1603] An extracte of the determination, and censure of the doctours of the vniversities of Salamanca and Valledolid touching the vvarres of Ireland, and declaration of the Poape his breve concerning the same vvarres.
[Decemb. 16, 1642] Extracts of some letters from some gentlemen of quality in His Excellencies army concerning the state of the Kings army and their owne written to Mr. Richard Shute, a merchant in Woodstreet, Decem. 13, 1642.
Steward, Jacques. / [M.DC.LXXXVIII. 1688] Extrait de lettres ecrites en divers temps par le Sieur Steward a un correspondant, dont il parle dans la lettre, dattee d'Edimbourg le 8. de Maie 1688. Traduits de l'anglois et du flamand.
R. B., 1632?-1725? / [1683] Extraordinary adventures and discoveries of several famous men with the strange events and signal mutations and changes in the fortunes of many illustrious places and persons in all ages : being an account of a multitude of stupendious revolutions, accidents, and observable matters in many kingdomes, states and provinces throughout the whole world : with divers remarkable particulars lively described in picture for their better illustration / by R.B., author of the of the History of the wars of England ...
[between 1700 and 1701?] The extraordinary case, of several persons who did advance, and pay into the receipt of His Majesties Exchequer, ...
[1691] An extraordinary collection of paintings, and several other curiosities, by the best masters. Will be now sold by auction, on Tuesday the 5th. of this instant May, 1691. at three of the clock afternoon, in the Auction-Office in the west-end of the Royal Exchange, and so to continue from day to day till all be sold. Catalogues whereof are to be had at the said office.
[1691] An extraordinary collection of paintings, and several other curiosities. By the best masters. Will be sold by auction, on Tuesday the 20th of this instant January, 1690/91. at three of the clock afternoon, in the Auction-Office in the west-end of the Royal Exchange, and so to continue from day to day till all be sold which will be exposed to view from Thursday before, till the time of sale. Catalogues whereof are to be had at the said office.
[1691] An extraordinary collection of pictures, and other curiosities; will be sold by auction, at Batsons's Coffee-House near Popes-Head Ally, over against the Royal Exchange in Cornhil. The sale begins this present Wednesday the 2d. of December, at four of the clock in the afternoon. and will continue Thursday Friday and Saturday following The conditions of sale. The highest bidder is to be deemed the buyer. The buyers are to give in their names and places of abode, and to pay a third part of the value, if desired, or to be put up again. But, if two or more shall claim any lot, then to be put up again. The buyer is to pay for and take away what pictures, &c. shall be bought, within three days after the sale, and to pay for the porteridge. No person to bid less than six pence at a time.
[1691] An extraordinary collection of pictures, and other curiosities; will be sold by auction, at Batsons's Coffee-House near Popes-Head Ally, over against the Royal Exchange in Cornhil. The sale continues this present Tuesday the 7th. of December, at four of the clock in the afternoon The conditions of sale. The highest bidder is to be deemed the buyer. The buyers are to give in their names and places of abode, and to pay a third part of the value, if desired, or to be put up again. But, if two or more shall claim any lot, then to be put up again. The buyer is to pay for and take away what pictures, &c. shall be bought, within three days after the sale, and to pay for the porteridge. No person to bid less than six pence at a time.
[1692] An extraordinary collection of pictures, and other incomparable curiosities and artificial rarities, will be sold by auction, at Batsons's Coffee-House, near Popes-Head Ally over against the Royal Exchange in Cornhil. The sale begins this present Thursday the 25th. of February, at four of the clock in the afternoon; and so to continue The conditions of sale. The highest bidder is to be deemed the buyer. The buyers are to give in their names and places of abode, and to pay a third part of the value, if desired, or to be put up again. But, if two or more shall claim any lot, then to be put up again. The buyer is to pay for and take away what pictures, &c. shall be bought, within three days after the sale; and to pay porteridge. No person to bid less than six pence at a time.
[1692] An extraordinary collection of pictures, and other incomparable curiosities and artificial rarities, will be sold by auction, at Batsons's Coffee-House, near Popes-Head Ally over against the Royal Exchange in Cornhil. The sale begins this present Wednesday, the 3d. of February, at four of the clock in the afternoon; and will continue Thursday, and Friday following The conditions of sale. The highest bidder is to be deemed the buyer. The buyers are to give in their names and places of abode, and to pay a third part of the value, if desired, or to be put up again. But, if two or more shall claim any lot, then to be put up again. The buyer is to pay for and take away what pictures, &c. shall be bought, within three days after the sale; and to pay porteridge. No person to bid less than six pence at a time.
[1691] An extraordinary collection of pictures, and other incomparable curiosities and artificial rarities; will be sold by auction, at Batsons's Coffee-House near Popes-Head Ally, over against the Royal Exchange in Cornhil. The sale begins this present Thursday the 12th. of November, at four of the clock in the afternoon; and will continue Friday and Saturday following The conditions of sale. The highest bidder is to be deemed the buyer. The buyers are to give in their names and places of abode, and to pay a third part of the value, if desired, or to be put up again. But, if two or more shall claim any lot, then to be put up again. The buyer is to pay for and take away what pictures, &c. shall be bought, within three days after the sale. No person to bid less than six pence at a time.
[1691] An extraordinary collection of pictures, will be continued to be sold by auction, at Batsons's Coffee-House near Popes-Head Ally, over against the Royal Exchange in Cornhil. The sale begins this present Wednesday the 21st. of October, at four of the clock in the afternoon; and so to continue the conditions of sale. The highest bidder is to be deemed the buyer. The buyers are to give in their names and places of abode, and to pay a third part of the value if desired, or to be put up again. But, if two or more shall claim any lot, then to be put up again. The buyer is to pay for, and take away what pictures, &c. shall be bought within three days after the sale. No person is to bid less than six pence at a time.
[1692] An extraordinary collection of pictures, will be sold by auction, at Batsons's Coffee-House, near Popes-Head Ally over against the Royal Exchange in Cornhil. The sale begins to morrow being Wednesday, the 23d. of this instant March, at four of the clock in the afternoon: and so to continue The conditions of sale. The highest bidder is to be deemed the buyer. The buyers are to give in their names and places of abode, and to pay a third part of the value, if desired, or to be put up again. But, if two or more shall claim any lot, then to be put up again. The buyer is to pay for and take away what pictures, &c. shall be bought, within three days after the sale; and to pay porteridge. No person to bid less than six pence at a time.
Fiennes, Nathaniel, 1607 or 8-1669. / [March 15. 1642 i.e. 1643] An extraordinary deliverance, from a cruell plot, and bloudy massacre contrived by the malignants in Bristoll, for the delivering up the said city to Prince Rupert and his forces;: but discovered by Gods goodnesse two houres before it should have beene acted, the chiefe conspirators taken, and imprisoned in the castle. Fully and exactly related in a letter from Colonell Fines commander in chiefe there, to the Right Honorable the Lord Say; and three letters more, read at a conference of the Lords and Commons on Tuesday, March 14. 1642. Die Martis, 14 Martii. 1642. Ordered by the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, that these letters shall be forthwith printed and published. Io. Browne Cler. Parliamentorum.
[1690] An extraordinary express sent from Pasquin at Rome, to all the princes and potentates of Europe.
[1641] Extraordinary nevves from Constantinople, November the 27. 1641.: Being a letter sent from thence to the Lord Dominicco, Mugliano, Florantino, dated the second of September. 1641. Conteyning a most certaine and true relation of the late and strange visions, with the aspects of two commetts or blazing starres with forked tayles. Appearing to the great Turke, and perpendicularly hanging over his seraglio in Constantinople, as also his incredible dreames, together with their interpretation by the wisest of his divines, astrologers, and magicians. Written in French, / and faithfully translated by W. C.
T. B. / [1650] Extraordinary nevves from the Court of Spain:: declaring the late solemnities that were perform'd in the highest way of magnificence, at the reception of the young queen, the emperors daughter; as also, of Hamet Aga Mustafera, the great Turks ambassador; together with the substance of his ambassie, and the originalls of his credentiall letters: some passages also of the English ambassadors in that court. / Sent in a large letter to a person of quality in this kingdom from Madrid.
[1684 or 5] The extravagant youth, or, An emblem of prodigality. Tho' he was stout he can't get out, in trouble he'l remain young-men be wise, your freedom prize, bad company refrain. To the tune of, King James's jigg; or, The country farmer.
Jevon, Rachel. / [1660] Exultationis carmen to the Kings most Excellent Majesty upon his most desired return.: By Rachel Jevon, presented with her own hand, Aug. 16th.