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Pennecuik, Alexander, 1652-1722. [Li]ntoun address revived, to His Highness the then Prince of Orange now monarch of Great Britain, &c.
Taylor, John, 1580-1653. / [Printed in the yeare, 1641] The liar.: Or, A contradiction to those who in the titles of their bookes affirmed them to be true, when they were false : although mine are all true, yet I terme them lyes. Veritas veritatis.
Rudyard, Thomas, d. 1692. / [Printed in the year, 1671] The libeller characteriz'd by his own hand. In ansvver to a scurrilous pamphlet, intitluled, The character of a Quaker, &c.
Falkner, William, d. 1682. / [1674] Libertas ecclesiastica, or, A discourse vindicating the lawfulness of those things which are chiefly excepted against in the Church of England, especially in its liturgy and worship and manifesting their agreeableness with the doctrine and practice both of ancient and modern churches / by William Falkner.
Robinson, Henry, 1605?-1664? / [1642] Libertas,: or Reliefe to the English captives in Algier. Briefly discoursing hovv such as are in slavery may be soonest set at liberty, others preserved therein, and the great Turke reduc'd to renue and keepe the peace inviolate, to a greater enlargement of trade and priviledges than ever the English nation hitherto enjoy'd in Turkie. Presented to the serious consideration of the honourable Court of Parliament. / By Henry Robinson, gent.
Hakewill, William, 1574-1655. / [An. Dom. 1641] The libertie of the subject: against the pretended power of impositions. Maintained by an argument in Parliament an?. 7?. Jacobi Regis. / By William Hakevvil of Lincolns Inne Esq.
Manlove, Edward, fl. 1667. / [1653] The liberties and cvstomes of the lead-mines within the wapentake of Wirksworth in the county of Derby part thereof appearing by extracts from the bundels of the exchequer and inquisitions taken in the XVIth year of the reign of King Edward the first and in other kings reigns and continued ever since / composed in meeter by Edward Manlove Esq. ...
Mucklow, William, 1631-1713. / [1673/4] Liberty of conscience asserted against imposition proposed in several sober queries to those of the people called Quakers who have assumed such an authority contrary to their former testimonies, as also unto those that have submitted unto it before they found convictions in themselves, for them to weigh and consider in the ballance of true judgment / [by] William Mucklowe.
Smith, William, d. 1673. / [1663] Liberty of conscience pleaded by several weighty reasons on the behalf of the people of God called Quakers and also on behalf of others whose consciences are tender towards God : with a tender message of love unto the King / written by William Smith.
Robinson, Henry, 1605?-1664? / [Printed in the yeare 1643] Liberty of conscience: or The sole means to obtaine peace and truth.: Not onely reconciling His Majesty with His subjects, but all Christian states and princes to one another, with the freest passage for the gospel. Very seasonable and necessary in these distracted times, when most men are weary of war, and cannot finde the way to peace.
Lambe, John, 1648 or 9-1708. / [1684] The liberty of human nature, discuss'd, stated, and limited, in a sermon preached by J. Lambe.
Jenks, Benjamin, 1646-1724. / [MDCXCVI 1696] The liberty of prayer asserted, and garded [sic] from licentiousness: by a minister of the Church of England.
[post-1640] The liberty of the mannor of Stepney in the county of Middlesex: the hamblets and liberties of the same, hereafter specified, viz.
R. F. (Richard Farnworth), d. 1666. / [1664] The liberty of the subject by Magna Charta, or, Several weighty things to be considered of by the jurors and judges, seeing the law of England is said to be a law of mercy and doth take care jurors be of the next neighbourhood ...
Lilburne, John, 1614?-1657. / [Printed in the yeare 1646] Liberty vindicated against slavery.: Shewing, that imprisonment for debt, refusing to answer interrogatories, long imprisonment, though for just causes. Abuse of prisons, and cruell extortion of prison-keepers, are all destructive to the fundamentall laws and common freedomes of the people. Published for the use of all the free-borne of England, whom it equally concernes, by occasion of the House of Lords commitment of Lieut. Col. John Lilburn, close prisoner, first to New-gate, and next to the Tower. / By a lover of his country, and sufferer for the common liberty.
[printed in the yeer, 1648] The lier laid open in a letter,: first written to a friend in the country, at his desire, for his private satisfaction: and now printed for the publick. Touching a late pamphlet, intituled, The manifold practises and attempts of the Hamiltons: and particularly, of the present Duke of Hamilton, (now generall of the Scottish Army) to get the crown of Scotland.
Lilburne, John, 1614?-1657. / [1653] Lieu. Col. John Lilburn's plea in law,: against an Act of Parliament of the 30 of January, 1651. entituled, An act for the execution of a judgment given in Parliament against Lieu. Col. John Lilburn. Contrived and penned, on purpose for him, by a true and faithful lover of the fundamental laws and liberties of the free people of England, ... all which compels and forceth the penman to be very studious of his own good and preservation, ... and therefore, for his own good and benefit, the honest readers information, and for Mr Lilburns the prisoners advantage, he presents these ensuing lines to thy view, and his, as the form of a plea; that the penman hereof, as a true well-wisher of his, and the people of England, would have him to ingross into parchment, and to have ready by him to make use of (in case his own braines cannot contrive a better) when he is called up to answer for his life before the judges of the upper-bench, or any other bar of justice whatsoever; and the said form of a plea for him thus followeth verbatim.
Hesilrige, Arthur, Sir, d. 1661. / [1653] Lieut. Colonel John Lilb. tryed and cast: or, his case and craft discovered.: Wherein is shewed the grounds and reasons of the Parliaments proceeding, in passing the act of banishment against him, and wherefore since his coming over hee hath been committed to the Tower by the Parliament. Here likewise, is laid open the partiall, corrupt, and illegal verdicts of his juries, both the former and the later. Being to satisfie all those in the nation that are truly godly, and wel-affected to the peace of the Common-wealth: and to stop the mouths of others; proving, what is done in order to his present imprisonment, is according to the rules of justice and equity contained in the morall law of God, and nature, or sound naturall reason. Published by authority.
Cromwell, Oliver, 1599-1658. / [August 23. 1648] Lieut: General Cromwel's letter to the honorable William Lenthal Esq; speaker of the honorable House of Commons,: of the several great victories obtained against the Scots and Sir Marmaduke Langdales forces in the North: where were slain of the Scots party above two thousand, above nine thousand taken prisoners, four or five thousand arms taken, the whole infantry ruined, Duke Hamilton fled into Wales, and Langdale northward, Major General Vandrusk, Colonel Hurry, and Colonel Ennis taken prisoners, who formerly served the Parliament. Ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that this letter be forthwith printed and published. H: Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.
Cromwell, Oliver, 1599-1658. / [Octob. 19. 1648] Lieut: General Cromwels letter to the honorable William Lenthal Esq; speaker of the honorable House of Commons,: concerning his last proceedings in the kingdom of Scotland, in order to the establishment of a firm and lasting peace between the two nations: all the enemies forces there being disbanded. With another letter from the Lieutenant General to the Committee of Estates, representing the great damage the kingdom of England hath received from that kingdom by the late invasion. And the Committee of Estates ansvver thereunto. Together with a declaration of their proceedings in opposition to the late unlawful engagement against England. Ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that these letters, answer and declaration be forthwith printed and published. H: Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.
Jones, Michael, d. 1649. / [August 11. 1649] Lieut: General Jones's letter to the Councel of State, of a great victory which it hath pleased God to give the forces in the city of Dublin under his command, on the second of this instant August, against the Earl of Ormond's and the Lord Inchiquin's forces before that city.: Together with the list of all the prisoners and ammunition taken, and the narrative of Captain Otway, who was in the fight. Die Saturni, 11⁰ Augusti, 1649. At the Councel of State at White-Hall; ordered, that the letter from Lieutenant General Jones ... be forthwith printed and published: ... Gualter Frost Secr'
Helwys, Gervase, Sir, 1561-1615. / [1615] The lieutenant of the Tower his speech and repentance, at the time of his death, who was executed vpon Tower-hill, on the 20 day of Nouember 1615. Together with a meditation and vow of his that hee made not long before he dyed.
[1505?] The Lif of Saincte Katheryne
Rodes, Francis, Sir, ca. 1595-1646. / [1622] Life after death. Containing many religious instructions and godly exhortations, for all those that meane to liue holy, and dye blessedly. With the manner of disposing ones selfe to God, before, and at the time of his departure out of this world. With many prayers for the same purpose By Francis Rodes.
Mayo, Richard, 1631?-1695. / [1673] The life & death of Edmund Staunton D.D. To which is added, I. His treatise of Christian conference. II. His dialogue betwixt a minister and a stranger. Published by Richard Mayo of Kingston, Minister of the Gospel.
Jenner, David, d. 1691. / [1676] The life & death of S. Luke delivered in a sermon on S. Lukes day, before the University at Great S. Maries in Cambridge / by David Jenner ...
Vries, S. de (Simon), b. 1630. / [1680] The life and actions of the renowned prelate & souldier, Christopher Bernard van Gale, Bishop of Munster, Prince of the Holy Empire, Adminstrator of Corvay, Marquess of Stomberg &c. in which is an account of the most considerable actions of Europe in his time.
Henry, the Minstrel, fl. 1470-1492. / [1661] The life and acts of the most famous and valiant champion, Sir William Wallace, Knight of Ellerslie. Maintainer of the liberty of Scotland. With a preface containing a short sum of the history of that time.
Quevedo, Francisco de, 1580-1645. / [1657] The life and adventures of Buscon the witty Spaniard.: Put into English by a person of honour. To which is added, the provident knight. By Don Francisco de Quevedo, a Spanish cavalier.
Hickes, Gaspar, 1605-1677. / [1645] The life and death of David.: A sermon preached at the funeralls of that worthy member of the Honourable House of Commons, William Strode Esquire, in the Abbey Church in Westminster, Septemb. 22⁰. 1645. / By Gaspar Hickes, a member of the Assembly of Divines.
Hieron, Samuel, 1576?-1617. / [1612] The life and death of Dorcas. VVherein, hee that pleaseth to reade, may finde both good direction for the ordering of his course: and a necessary warning to be prepared for his end. By Samuel Hieron.
Adam, Melchior, d. 1622. / [1641] The life and death of Dr Martin Luther: the passages whereof haue bin taken out of his owne and other godly and most learned, mens writings, who liued in his time.
[1605] The life and death of Gamaliell Ratsey a famous theefe of England, executed at Bedford the 26. of March last past, 1605.
[1593 i.e. 1594] The life and death of Iacke Straw, a notable rebell in England vvho was kild in Smithfield by the Lord Maior of London.
Turner, James, d. 1664. / [1663] The life and death of James commonly called Collonel Turner executed at Lime-street end Ianua[ry] the 21. 1663. for a burglary and fellony committed in the house of Mr. Francis Tryon of Limestreet, Merchant. Licensed and entred.
Perrinchief, Richard, 1623?-1673. / [1693] The life and death of King Charles the first written by Dr. R. Perinchief : together with Eikon basilike : representing His sacred Majesty in his solitudes and sufferings : and a vindication of the same King Charles the martyr : proving him to be the author of the said Eikon basilike against a memorandum of the late Earl of Anglesey, and against the groundless exceptions of Dr. Walker and others.
Perrinchief, Richard, 1623?-1673. / [1697] The life and death of King Charles the first written by Dr. R. Perinchief: together with Eikon basilike. Representing His Sacred Majesty in his solitudes and sufferings. And a vindication of the same King Charles the martyr. Proving him to be the author of the said Eikon basilike, against a memorandum of the late earl of Anglesey, and against the groundless exceptons of Dr. Walker and others.
Well-wisher to the Common-wealth. / [1642] The life and death of King Richard the second,: who was deposed of his crown, by reason of his not regarding the councell of the sage and wise of his kingdom, but followed the advice of of [sic] wicked and lewd councell, and sought as farre as in him lay, to deprive many good English subjects of their lives and estates, who stood wholly for the good of the commonalty; but at a Parliament holden, his counsellors were all called, whereof some fled, others received condigne punishment according to the law. Published by a Well-wisher to the common-wealth, being worthy the observation of all men in these times of distractions.
Nicolls, Ferdinando, 1598?-1662. / [1654 i.e. 1655] The life and death of Mr. Ignatius Jurdain, one of the aldermen of the city of Exeter; who departed this life July 15th. 1640. Drawn up and published by Ferd. Nicolls, minister of the Gospel at Mary Arches, Exon.:
[1673] The life and death of Mr. John Rowe of Crediton in Devon
Bagshaw, Edward, 1629-1671. / [MDCLXXI 1671] The life and death of Mr. Vavasor Powell, that faithful minister and confessor of Jesus Christ wherein his eminient conversion, laborious successful ministry, excellent conversation, confession of faith, worthy sayings, choice experiences, various sufferings, and other remarkable passages in his life and at his death are faithfully recorded for publick benefit : with some elogies and epitaphs by his friends.
Nepos, Cornelius. / [1677] The life and death of Pomponius Atticus written by his contemporary and acquaintance Cornelius Nepos ; translated out of his fragments, together with observations, political and moral, thereupon.
[1683] The life and death of Sheffery ap Morgan, son of Shon ap Morgan:
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [ca. 1700] The life and death of Sir Matthew Hale, Knt. late Lord Chief Justice of England.: Containing many pious and moral rules for humane conversation. : Also, many remarkable sayings and worthy actions of the said lord chief justice. : And many other things worth the readers perusal. / Written originally by Dr. Gilbert Burnet, now Bishop of Salisbury.
Knollys, Hanserd, 1599?-1691. / [1692] The life and death of that old disciple of Jesus Christ and eminent minister of the Gospel Mr. Hanserd Knollys who dyed in the ninety third year of his age written with his own hand to the year 1672 ; and continued in general in an epistle by Mr. William Kiffin.
Fleetwood, William, 1656-1723. / [1688] The life and death of the B. Virgin giving an account of the miracles ascrib'd to her by Romish writers : with the grounds of worship paid to her / by a lay hand.
J. W. / [1671] The life and death of the eminently learned, pious, and painful minister of the gospel, Dr. Samuel Winter, sometime provest of Trinity Colledge near Dublin in Ireland together with some rare examples of Gods gracious answers to his prayers, upon several occasions.
Johnson, Richard, 1573-1659? / [1694] The life and death of the famous Thomas Stukely: an English gallant in time of Queen Elizabeth, who ended his life in a battel of three kings of Barbary. Tune is, King Henry's going to Bulloign, &c.
[1646] The life and death of the right honourable, Robert, Earle of Essex, the noble branch of his thrice noble father.:
Gale, Theophilus, 1628-1678. / [1671] The life and death of Thomas Tregosse late minister of the Gospel at Milar and Mabe in Cornwal with his character, and some letters of his, not long before his death.
[1585] The life and end of Thomas Awfeeld a seminary preest and Thomas Webley a dyers seruant in London beeing both traitours who were condemned as fellons for bringing seditious books into this realme and dispersing of the same, among their fauourers: for which they were executed at Tibourne the 6. day of this monthe of Iuly. 1585.
Strange, Richard, 1611-1682. / [1674] The life and gests of S. Thomas Cantilupe, Bishop of Hereford, and some time before L. Chancellor of England extracted out of the authentique records of his canonization as to the maine part, anonymus, Matt. Paris, Capgrave, Harpsfeld, and others / collected by R.S., S.I.
Bos, Lambert van den, 1610-1698. / [1659] The life and raigne of King Charles, from his birth to his death. / Faithfully and impartially performed by Lambert Wood Gent.
T. L. / [1690] The life and reign of Innocent XI, late Pope of Rome
Smith, Zachary, b. 1604 or 5. / [1656] Life in death, or The living hope of a dying saint handled in a sermon preached at the funeral of that eminently vertuous, and religious gentle-woman, Mris. Mary Morley, late wife to Colonel Harbert Morley, Esq; and daughter to Sr. John Trevor Knight. By Zachary Smith, minister of the Gospel, and pastor of the church at Glynde in Sussex, Sept. 18. 1656.
Penington, Isaac, 1616-1679. / [1653] The life of a Christian which is a lamp kindled and lighted from the love of Christ, and most naturally discovereth its original, by the purity, integrity and fervency of its motion, in love to its fellow-partners in the same life. Briefly displayed in this its peculiar and distinguishing strain of operation. As also some few catechistical questions concerning the way of salvation by Christ. Together with a post-script about religion. / By Isaac Penington, (junior) esq;.
Loredano, Giovanni Francesco, 1607-1661. / [1659] The life of Adam.: Written in Italian by Giovanno Francesco Loredano, a Venetian noble-man. And renderd into English by J.S.
Cepari, Virgilio, ca. 1563-1631. / [M.DC.XXVII. 1627] The life of B. Aloysius Gonzaga of the Society of Iesus eldest sonne of Ferdinand Prince of the S.R. Empire, and Marques of Castilion. Written in Latin by the R. Fa. Virgilius Ceparius of the same society. And translated into English by R.S.
Ribadeneyra, Pedro de, 1526-1611. / [M.DC.XVI. 1616] The life of B. Father Ignatius of Loyola, authour, and founder of the Society of Iesus. Translated out of Spanish into English, by W.M. of the same Society.
Rousseau de la Valette, Michel. / [1695] The life of Count Ulfeld, great master of Denmark, and of the Countess Eleonora his wife done out of French ; with a supplement thereunto, and to the account of Denmark formerly published.
[1669] The life of Deval. Shewing how he came to be a highway-man;and how he committed several robberies afterwards. Together with his arraignment and condemnation. As also his speech and confession, at the place of execution.
Leti, Gregorio, 1630-1701. / [1666] The life of Donna Olimpia Maldachini who governed the church during the time of Innocent the X, which was from the year 1644 to the year 1655 / written in Italian by Abbot Gualdi ; and faithfully rendred into English.
Castillo Solórzano, Alonso de, 1584-1648? / [1700?] The life of Donna Rosina a novel : being, a pleasant account of the artifices and impostures of a beautiful woman, who jilted and cheated the most experienc'd sharpers, and made all persons unhappy, that thought her handsome / originally a Spanish relation, in three parts, done into English, by the ingenious Mr. E. W. ...
R. B. (Richard Baddeley) / [1669] The life of Dr. Thomas Morton, late Bishop of Duresme begun by R.B. secretary to his Lordship ; and finished by J.N., D.D., his Lordship's chaplain.
Horn, John, 1614-1676. / [1649] The life of faith in death, in expectation of the resurrection from the dead opened in a sermon at the funerall of the right worshipfull Mr. Thomas Slany late maior of the famous town and corporation of King-Lynn in the county of Norfolk : who deceased in the year of his maioralty, Jan. 10. 1649 / preached there by John Horn ...
Lukin, H. (Henry), 1628-1719. / [1660] The life of faith. Wherein is shewed the general use of faith in all the passages of a Christians life. Together with a discourse of right judgment on Joh.7.24. By H. Lukin.
Losa, Francisco de, 1536-1624. / [M. DC. XXXVIII. 1638] The life of Gregorie Lopes that great servant of God, natiue of Madrid, written in Spanish by Father Losa curate of the Cathedrall of Mexico. And set out by Father Alonso Remon of the Order of our Lady de la Merced, with some additions of his owne.
[ca. 1522] [The life of Ipomydon]
Paule, George, Sir, 1563?-1637. / [1699] The life of John Whitgift, Archbishop of Canterbury, in the times of Q. Elizabeth and K. James I written by Sir George Paule ; to which is added a treatise intituled, Conspiracy for pretended reformation, written in the year 1591, by Richard Cosin ...
T. T. (Thomas Thomson), fl. 1668. / [1670?] The life of Mother Shipton a new comedy as it was acted nineteen dayes together with great applause / written by T.T.
Porter, Robert, d. 1690. / [MDCXCI 1691] The life of Mr. John Hieron with the characters and memorials of ten other worthy ministers of Jesus Christ / written by Mr. Robert Porter ...
One of his most intimate acquaintance. / [1698] The life of Mr. Thomas Firmin, late citizen of London written by one of his most intimate acquaintance ; with a sermon on Luke X. 36, 37 preach'd on the occasion of his death ; together with An account of his religion, and of the present state of the Unitarian controversy.
R. B., 1632?-1725? / [1680?] The life of Oliver Cromwel, Lord Protector of the Common-wealth of England, Scotland, and Ireland being an account of all the battles, sieges, and other military atchievements, wherein he was engaged, in these three nations : and likewise, of his civil administrations while he had the supream government, till his death.
Hotham, Durant, 1617?-1691. / [1644] The life of one Jacob Boehmen: who although he were a very meane man, yet wrote the most wonderfull deepe knowledge in naturall and divine things.: That any hath been knowne to doe since the apostles times, and yet never read them, or learned them from any other man, as may be seene in that which followeth. Wherein is contained a perfect catalogue of his workes.
Augustine, Saint, Bishop of Hippo. / [1660] The life of S. Augustine. The first part: Written by himself in the first ten books of his Confessions faithfully translated.
Przypkowski, Samuel, 1592-1670. / [1653] The life of that incomparable man, Faustus Socinus Senensis, described by a Polonian knight.: Whereunto is added an excellent discourse, which the same author would have had premised to the works of Socinus; together with a catalogue of those works.
Labrune, Jean de. / [1691] The life of that most illustrious prince, Charles V, late Duke of Lorrain and Bar, generalissimo of the imperial armies rendred into English from the copy lately printed at Vienna, written by a person of quality, and a great officer in the imperial army.
Sherling, L. / [1677] The life of the blessed St. Agnes virgin and martyr in prose and verse / by L. Sherling.
Le Clerc, Jean, 1657-1736. / [1695] The life of the famous Cardinal-Duke de Richlieu, principal minister of state to Lewis XIII, King of France and Navarr
Bonaventure, Saint, Cardinal, ca. 1217-1274. / [1610] The life of the holie father S. Francis Writen by Saint Bonauenture, and as it is related by the Reuerend Father Aloysius Lipomanus Bishop of Veron. In his fourth tome of the life of Saintes.
Puccini, Vincenzio. / [Anno M.DC.XIX. 1619] The life of the holy and venerable mother Suor Maria Maddalena De Patsi a Florentine lady, & religious of the Order of the Carmelites. Written in Italian by the Reuerend Priest Sigr. Vincentio Puccini, who was sometymes her ghostly father. And now translated into English.
Scarisbrike, Edward, 1639-1709. / [1691] The life of the Lady VVarner of Parham in Suffolk, in religion call'd Sister Clare of Jesus written by a Catholic gentleman.
Smith, Richard, 1566-1655. / [M.DC.XXVII. 1627] The life of the most honourable and vertuous lady the Lady Magdalen Viscountesse Montague / written ... by Richard Smith. And now translated into English, by C. F[ursdon]..
Micanzio, Fulgenzio. / [1651] The life of the most learned Father Paul, of the Order of the Servie ... translated out of Italian by a person of quality.
Kidder, Richard, 1633-1703. / [1698] The life of the Reverend Anthony Horneck, D.D., late preacher at the Savoy by Richard Lord Bishop of Bath and Wells.
Pomfret, Thomas, d. 1705. / [1685] The life of the right honourable and religious Lady Christian[a], late Countess Dowager of Devonshire
Banks, Jonathan. / [1688] The life of the Right Reverend Father in God, Edw. Rainbow, D.D. late Lord Bishop of Carlisle to which is added, a sermon preached at his funeral by Thomas Tully, his lordship's chaplain, and chancellor of the said diocess of Carlisle; at Dalston, April the 1st. 1684.
[1685 ;] The life of Titus Oates from his cradle to his first pilloring for infamous perjury with a true account of his birth and parentage; impartially set forth for the satisfaction of all persons.
[1692] The life of William Fuller, the late pretended evidence now a prisoner in the King's-Bench, who was declared by the Honourable House of Commons, Nemine contradicente, to be a notorious imposter, a cheat, and a false accuser of persons of honour and quality with all his pranks and villainies, &c. to this present first of March.
Baronio, Cesare, 1538-1607. / [M.DC.XXXIX. 1639] The life or the ecclesiasticall historie of S. Thomas Archbishope of Canterbury
Knell, Paul, 1615?-1664. / [Printed in the yeare 1648] The life-guard of a loyall Christian,: described in a sermon, preached at St Peters Corn-hill, upon Sunday in the afternoone, May 7. 1648. / By Paul Knell, Master in Arts of Clare-Hall in Cambridge: sometimes chaplaine to a regiment of curiasiers in his Majesties Army.
Oldmayne, Timothy. / [1636] Lifes brevitie and deaths debility. Evidently declared in a sermon preached at the funerall of that hopeful and uertuous yong gentleman Edvvard Levvkenor esquire, &c. In whose death is ended the name of that renowned family of the Lewkenors in Suffolke. By Tymothy Oldmayne minister of the Word of God at Denham in Suffolke. Our dayes on earth are as a shaddow, and there is none abiding. Also an elegy and an epitaph on the death of that worthy gentleman, by I.G. Dr. of D.
Sym, John. / [1637] Lifes preservative against self-killing. Or, An useful treatise concerning life and self-murder shewing the kindes, and meanes of them both: the excellency and preservation of the former: the evill, and prevention of the latter. Containing the resolution of manifold cases, and questions concerning that subject; with plentifull variety of necessary and usefull observations, and practicall directions, needfull for all Christians. By John Sym minister of Leigh in Essex.
Ley, John, 1583-1662. / [1646] Light for smoke: or, A cleare and distinct reply: by Iohn Ley, one of the Assembly of Divines at Westminster, to a darke and confused answer in a booke made, and intituled The smoke in the temple, by Iohn Saltmarsh, late preacher at Brasteed in Kent, now revolted both from his pastorall calling and charge. Whereto is added, Novello-mastix, or a scourge for a scurrilous news-monger.
Lilburne, John, 1614?-1657. / [Printed in the yeare, 1638] A light for the ignorant or A treatise shevving, that in the nevv Testament, is set forth three kingly states or governments, that is, the civill state, the true ecclesiasticall state, and the false ecclesiasticall state.
G. H. / [1672] Light from the sun of righteousness discovering and expelling darkness, or, The doctrine and some of the corrupt principles of the people called Quakers briefly and plainly laid open and refuted ... / by H.G.
[ca. 1640] A light hearts a iewell. Or, The honest good blade who a free heart doth carry, and cares for nothing but to haue's owne vagary. To the tune of Iacke Puddings vagary.
Phelpes, Charles. / [1669] Light in darkness, or, A consideration of a comfortable and instructive resignation of the Church of God by an eminent and faithful watchman upon his departure : occasioned by the sad loss of ... Thomas Moor, Junior / by C.D.
Lyte, Henry, 1529?-1607. / [Anno. Domini. 1588] The light of Britayne. A recorde of the honorable originall & antiquitie of Britaine:
Naylor, James, 1617?-1660. / [1656] The light of Christ, and the word of life.: Cleared from the deceipts of the Deceiver, and his litterall weapons turned upon his owne head. Also the man of sin found out, who is hiding himselfe in a heape of confusion, pretending Antichrist is not yet come. Occasioned by laying open some deceipts in a booke titled, The deceiv'd and deceiving Quakers discovered; subscribed Mathew Caffin and William Jeffery, brethren in iniquitie, who are joyned to deny God, Christ, the light, and spirit, in his saints, and calls it teaching Christs spirit apart from his body, and an evill spirit, to witnesse the spirit of Christ in the saints. Set forth that the simple may see the wiles the devill hath to keepe them from the word of life, the soules salvation. / By a lover of Israels seede, called James Nayler.
Cragge, John, M.A. / [1654] The light of Gods countenance: or, The glory of God in the face of Ghrist [sic] Jesus infinitely out-shining all earthly vanities. Set out in a sermon preached at Lantilio Pertholy, in Monmouth-shire, June 5. 1653. By John Cragge, Master of Arts, and dispenser of the gospell there.
Smith, Samuel, 1620-1698. / [1680] Light out of darkness in a sermon preached before the Right Honourable Sir Robert Clayton, Kt., Lord Mayor of the city of London, in Guild-hall Chappel, the 26th of Sept. 1680 : wherein are contained, rules how to support our selves under dark providences, when they seem to supercede divine promises : also, directions how to obtain a prospect of serene and happy times / by Samuel Smith ...
R. F. (Richard Farnworth), d. 1666. / [1654] Light risen out of darkness now in these latter days.: Shewing the dark ways and worships of the ministry of Antichrist now in these apostated times, which is perilous, as is foretold of often by the Holy Ghost that spoke through Paul, and now is fulfilled in these latter days, 2 Tim 3. Thus saith the Lord, Arise Sion, and thresh with a sharp threshing instrument, and shine, for thy light is come, and the glory of the Lord is risen, and is arising, and Jerusalem shall be a burdensome stone to all nations, now that Christ is unto his people both the light and glory thereof. Wherein something is written in reply to a book that was set forth by the dry and night vines in and about Beverley, who scornfully nicknameth the people of God, in reviling and falsly accusing them, and calleth them Quakers, in and about York-shire. Iuly, 1653.
[Printed in the year, 1648. i.e. 1649] Light shining in Buckinghamshire, or, A discovery of the main grounds; originall cause of all the slavery in the world, but chiefly in England; presented by way of a declaration of many of the wel-affected in that county, to all their poore oppressed country-men of England: and also to the consideration of the present Army under the conduct of Lord Fairfax. The first part.
Rawlinson, Thomas. / [1657] Light sown for the righteous, and gladness for the upright in heart. This is to go abroad among all people who are honest-hearted, especially amongst the inhabitants in Fourns Fells, in Lancashire, and among all who have known me after the flesh, that all honest people may see what I was in profession, and also what I now am by the grace of God. From him which hath come through great tribulations, who hath even left all for Christ, and hath not whereon to lay his head, but is forsaken of father and of mother, and of kinred also, even for the testimony of Jesus, and for the Word of God, whom the world calls, Thomas Rawlinson.
Salt, William. / [1660] The light, the way, that children ought to be trained up in, wherein the holy men of God walked
Woodward, Ezekias, 1590-1675. / [1641] A light to grammar, and all other arts and sciences. Or, the rule of practise proceeding by the clue of nature, and conduct of right reason so opening the doore thereunto. The first part concerning grammar, the preparatories thereto; rules of practice through the same; clearing the method all along.
Theaker, Robert. / [1665] A light to the longitude, or, The use of an instrument called the seaman's director speedily resolving all astronomical cases and questions concerning the sun, moon, and stars : with several propositions whereby sea-men may find at what meridian and longitude they are at in all parts of the world : published for the advance of navigation / by Robert Theaker.
Freeman, Francis. / [Printed in the year 1650] Light vanquishing darknesse. Or a vindication of some truths formerly declared, from those aspersions which have been (by reason of some misapprehensions) cast upon them; now published for the satisfaction and benefit of others. With a preambular epistle to all sorts of men. As also a parcell of good counsell, if you can take it. / By Captain Francis Freeman, a late member of the army.
Inman, Francis, d. 1638. / [1622] A light vnto the vnlearned: or, The principles of the doctrine of Christ. Set downe most briefely, for the use of yong and ignorant persons. To be learned and remembred, at all times: but specially, when they would come to the holy communion. Divided into eight sections.
[1659] Lilburns ghost, with a whip in one hand, to scourge tyrants out of authority; and balme in the other, to heal the sores of our (as yet) corrupt state; or, Some of the late dying principles of freedom, revived, and unvailed, for the lovers of freedome and liberty, peace & righteousness to behold. By one who desires no longer to live then to serve his country:
[Printed in the yeare. 1642] Lilli's propheticall history of this yeares accidence, 1642. Or, Newes from the grammar-school,: taken suddenly sick all over with conceite, occasioned by the doctors desperate opinion of her state, finding hoc regnum in the second declension. Wherein is found a preposition for the kings returning Londinum versus, going imediately before the concord. The misery of the times beating into our brains the memory of our first rules, all in one methode, for an everlasting impression of both, never to be forgotten.
Lilburne, Robert, 1613-1665. / [1652] Lillies ape whipt: by Philastrogus.
[Printed in the year, 1660] Lilly lash't vvith his ovvn rod. Or, An epigram on the quaint skill of that arch temporizing astrologer Mr. William Lilly. Collected out of his almanacks, from [1]647, to this present year, 1660.
Leybourn, William, 1626-1700? / [1667] The line of proportion or numbers, commonly called Gunters line, made easie by the which may be measured all manner of superficies and solids, as board, glass, pavement, timber, stone, &c. : also, how to perform the same by a line of equal parts ... : whereunto is added, the use of the line of proportion improved ... / by William Leybourn.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1674] The line of righteousness and justice stretched forth over all merchants, &c. and an exhortation to all Friends and people whatsoever who are merchants, tradesmen, husbandmen or sea-men, who deal in merchandize, trade in buying and selling by sea or land, or deal in husbandry, that ye all do that which is just, equal and righteous in the sight of God and man, one to another, and to all men, and that ye use just weights, and just measures, and speak and do that which is true, just and right in all things, that so your conversations, lives, practices and tongues may preach to all people, and answer the good, just and righteous principle of God in them all, in which ye may be serviceable unto God, and to the creation in your generation, and a blessing both to God and man / George Fox.
Revit, Henry. / [1699] A line of time revealed. There is a God in Heaven that revealeth secrets, Dan.2.28. and Psal.25.14. By Henry Revit a lover of Sion, living at the Chequer in Bow-Lane with Mr. Barnes.
Salthouse, Thomas, 1630-1691. / [1658] The line of true judgment: laid to an imperfect piece published by Thomas Collier, which he calls An answer to an epistle written to the churches of the Anabaptists, &c. : A reply herein is published in order to the exaltation of the spiritual man, with his ordinances and administrations, above the man of sin, with the weak and unprofitable ordices [sic] that doth not make the comers thereunto perfect. / By Thomas Salthouse.
Lawson, Thomas, 1630-1691. / [1656] The lip of truth opened, against a dawber with untempered morter.: A few words against a book, written by Magnus Bine priest, in the county of Sussex, which he calls, The scornful quakers answered, &c. But he himself is found the scorner, and the lyer, charging me with things I never spoke, nor never entered into my heart to speak. / Tho. Lawson.
Starkey, George, 1627-1665. / [1675] Liquor alchahest, or, A discourse of that immortal dissolvent of Paracelsus & Helmont it being one of those two wonders of art and nature, which radically dissolves all animals, vegitables, and minerals into their principles, without being in the least alter'd, either in weight or activity, after a thousand dissolutions, &c. / Published by J.A. pyrophilus.
[printed in the year 1697] A list of all the offices and places within the city of London, together with their respective prices, as they are now sold by the Lord-mayor and sheriffs of London:
Lenthall, John, Sir, 1625-1681. / [1653] A list of all the prisoners in the Upper Bench prison, remaining in custody the third of May, 1653.: Delivered in by Sir John Lenthall to the committee appointed by the Councell of State, for examining of the state of the said prison, with the times of their first commitment, and the causes of their detention. And also the substance of the propositions made by the committee to the prisoners, with their answer thereunto. Published for information of all such as are concerned herein. By the appointment of the committee, Coll: Thomas Pride. Coll: Tomlinson. Coll: Cooper. Mr. John Fountaine. Mr. Richard Wollaston. Mr. Margets Judg Advocate
[1660] A list of all the ships and frigots of England with their number of men, guns, and of what rates. Also, the names of all the commanders in their expedition in May, 1653. against the Dutch, with the number of men and guns which every ship carryed at that memorable fight on the 2d and 3d of June, 1653. In which through Gods blessing on the said fleet, they took and destroyed between 20 and 30. Dutch men of war, and tooke 1350 prisoners, and pursued the Dutch to their own harbours: the ships taken are marked with the letter P. in the margent. Moreover, the fleet sent to the Sound under the conduct of the Right honourable, Generall Edward Lord Montague Admirall, William Goodson Vice Admirall, and Sr Richard Stayner Rear Admirall; with the number of ships, men, and guns, and the names of all the captaines, 1658.
[1651] A list of all the victories, and successefull atchievements of the Parliaments fleet: under the command of Col. Popham (lately deceased) Col. Blake, and Col. Deane, admiralls and generalls of the fleet, from the time they were impowred, which was 28 Feb. 1650. to this present.
[Printed in the year 1696] A list of all those that were committed to the Tower, New-gate, Gate-house, King's-Bench, Marshalsea, Fleet, since the discovery of the horrid conspiracy against the King also some of those in the messengers hands, and some discharged from the places abovesaid.
[1679] A List of both houses of Parliament prorogued to the 26th of January, 1679
England and Wales. Parliament. / [1685] A list of both houses of Parliament summoned by his Majesty King James the second, to meet at Westminster the nineteenth day of May, 1685. In the first year of his Majesties reign. Note that such noble-men before whom this mark (*) is prefixt, are knights of the most noble Order of the Garter. That the Archbishop of Canterbury takes place next to the princes of the blood. That the Archbishop of York takes place above all the nobility and officers, except that the Lord Keeper. That the rest of the bishops take place next to the viscounts, and above temporal barons: whereof the bishops of London, Durham, and Winchester, do always precede the other bishops; the rest taking place according to the seniority of their consecrations. That the noble-men under age sit not in the House of Lords, unless called by his Majesties writ. That such of the Commons as have this mark () after them were members of the last Parliament.
[Anno Dom. 1644] A list of his Maiesties Navie Royall, and merchants ships: their names, captains, men, ordnance, in every ship, now set forth for the guard of the narrow-seas, and for the coast of Ireland, in this present expedition 1644. Under the command of the right honourable Robert Earle of Warwick, Lord High Admirall of England, &c.
[1643] A list of his Majesties navie royall, and merchant ships, their names, captains, men, ordnance, in every ship, now set forth for the guard of the narrow seas, and for the coast of Ireland in this present expedition, 1643: Vnder the command of the Right Honourable Robert Earle of VVarwick, admirall and commander in chiefe of the said fleet.
[1642] A list of his Majesties Navie Royall, and merchants ships: their names, captaines and lievtenants, their men and burthens in every one, now setting forth for the guard of the narrow seas, and for Ireland this yeare, 1642. With an order, for the speedy rigging of the navie for the defence of the kingdome. Algernon Percy, Earle of Northumberland, Lord Percy, Lucy, Poynings, &c. Knight of the most noble order of the garter, and one of his Majesties most Honourable Privy Counsell, Lord high Admirall of England, and Lord Generall of his Majesties Navy Royall.
[1672] A List of His Majesties Navy Royal hitherto designed in the present expedition against the Dutch, with the commanders names, number of men and guns, April 30, 1672.
[Re-printed in the year, 1672] A list of His Majesties Navy Royal, hitherto designed in the present expedition against the Dutch, with the commanders names, number of men and guns, April 30. 1672.
Tower of London. / [169-?] A list of His Majesty's regalia, besides plate and other rich things, at the Jewel-House in the Tower of London:
[16-?] A List of persons intercommuned and declared fugitives since the year 1674
Wheeler, William, 17th cent. / [1653] A list of some chief workes which Mr. William Wheeler offered to undertake he having already often performed many of them, and being able to demonstrate his sufficiency for the rest.
[Anno Dom. 1645] A list of such of the Navy Royall, as also of the merchants ships as are set forth to sea for this summers expedition 1645. in the service of the King and Parliament: together with their names, captains, burthens, number of men, and ordnance in every ship.
[Aprill. 21 1646] A list of such ships and friggotts of the Navy Royall, as also of such marchant shipps as are set forth to sea and prepared for the service of the King and Parliament, in this summers expedition, 1646: Together with the names of the captaines and commanders of the said shipps and friggotts.
[May 20. 1647] A list of such ships and frigots belonging to the Parliament: as also of such merchants ships as are set forth to sea, and prepared for the service of the Parliament in this summers expedition, 1647. Together with the names of the captains and commanders of the said ships and frigots.
[1653] A list of the Common-wealth of Englands navie at sea, in their expedition in May, 1653.: Under the command of the Right Honourable Col: Richard Deane, and Col: George Monke, esquires, generals and admirals. Together with the names of all the commanders of the said fleet, and the number of men and guns which every ship carried, at the memorable fight on the 2 and 3 of June, 1653. in which through Gods blessing on the said fleet, they took and destroyed between 20 and 30 Dutch ships of war, and also took 1350 prisoners, with very little losse on our part; and pursued the Dutch to their own harbours. Also a distinction of part of those ships (by the letter P in the margent) which have been taken prizes, and are now in the service of the Common-wealth.
England and Wales. Parliament. / [1681] A list of the dukes, marquisses, earls, viscounts, barons, bishops, and judges summoned by writ to the Parliament to be held at Oxford the one and twentieth day of March, 1680/1
Printall, Henry. / [1670] A list of the English captives taken by the pyrates of Argier, made publick for the benefit of those that have relations there.
[1681] A list of the English redeemed out of slavery by the taking the Golden Horse of Argiers [sic], taken the 29th of March 1681 by his Majesties ship the Adventure, Capt. William Booth commander as also of all that have been taken since.
[Iune 13 1642] A list of the field-officers chosen and appointed for the Irish expedition by the committee at Guild-hall, London,: for the regiments of 5000. foot and 500. horse, under the commnd of Philip Lord VVharton, Baron of Scarborough, lord generall for Ireland.
[1642] A list of the horse under the command of William Earl of Bedford Lord Russell of Thorn-haugh, nominated and appointed, lord generall of the horse, imployed for the defence of the Protestant religion, the safety of His Majesties person, and of the Parliament, the preservation of the laws, liberties, and peace of the kingdom, and protection of His Majesties subjects from violence and oppression: Together with the names of the captains, lievtenants, coroners and quartermasters: each troop consisting of 60. horse, besides two trumpeters, three corporalls, a sadler, and a farrier.
[1687] A list of the imperial forces in the kingdom of Hungary, in the year 1686. and 1687. As also of the Turks army, (and Tartars) under the command of Soliman Azen, Grand Vizier.
England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons. / [1661] A list of the knights, citizens, and burgesses chosen to serve in the Parliament holden at Westminster the eighth of May. 1661
England and Wales. Parliament. / [1679] A list of the knights, citizens, burgesses, and barons of the Cinque-ports that are return'd to serve in the Parliament of England, to begin the 17th. and then to be adjourn'd to the 30th. of October 1679. Note, that those that have this mark (dagger) after them, were not members of the last Parlaiment.
[1689] A list of the members return'd to serve in this present convocation on the sixth of November at St. Paul's, and from thence adjourned to chappel at Westminster, on the twentieth of the same month
[1689] A List of the names and sir-names of the Lords spiritual and temporal, knights, citizens, burgesses, and barons of the Cinque ports, in the grand convention of England to begin the 22d. of January, 1688/9.
[1679?] A list of the names and sums of all the new subscribers for enlarging the capital stock of the governour and company of the bank of England, pursuant to the act of Parliament.
[1691] A List of the names of all the adventurers in the new general stock to East-India, who have taken the last oath agreed on by the generality, December the 8, 1657 wherein note that this mark (*) doth signifie such as are capable of being elected.
East India Company. / [1700] A list of the names of all the adventurers in the stock of the governour and company of merchants of London, trading into the East-Indies, the 4th of April, 1700. Whereof those marked with a are capable (by their adventure) to be chosen governour or Deputy-Governour, and those with a * to be of the committee
[1653] A list of the names of all the members of this present Parliament, with the respective counties and places for which they serve.: VVith the names of the members of the severall committees, and the places where they sit, for regulating the abuses of the commonwealth.
Bank of England. / [1699] A list of the names of all the proprietors in the Bank of England March 18. 1698. Note, those marked **** are capable, by their stock, of being chosen governour, deputy-governour, or directors: *** deputy-governour or directors: ** directors: * have a vote, and no person more than one vote. At the ensuing election to be made; of governour and deputy-governour, on Tuesday the 28th. and of directors on Friday the 31st day of this month. Together with an abstract of the by-law concerning elections, for the better direction of members in giving their votes.
Land Bank (London, England) / [1695?] A list of the names of such of the subscribers of land and money towards a fund for the national land-bank, who having paid in their subscription-money, or subscribed the last instrument, are intituled to elect or be elected directors of the said bank.
[June 16. 1642] A list of the names of such persons who are thought fit for their accomodation, and the furtherance of the service in Ireland, to be entertained as reformadoes: and to receive the halfe pay due to the severall officers here under named, untill opportunity be offered, according to their merit, further to prefer them; or that order be given to the contrary, by the Committee at Guildhall London, 1642.
Bank of Scotland. / [Anno Dom. 1696] A list of the names of the adventurers in the Bank of Scotland January 1. 1696.
City of London (England). Corporation. / [1690] A list of the names of the Court of Aldermen, deputies, Common-Council, and new lieutenancy, of the City of London, with the name of every ward the Common-councilmen belong to, for the year, 1690:
[1660] A list of the names of the knights citizens burgesses and barons of the Cinque ports of England and Wales for the Parliament begun at Westminster the 25th. day of April, in the year 1660. as they were returned into the Crown office.
England and Wales. Parliament. / [1679] A list of the names of the knights, citizens, burgesses, and barons of the cinque ports that are returned to serve in the Parliament of England, begun the sixth of March, 1678/9
[1695] A list of the names of the subscribers to the Land-Bank
[1649] A List of the names of those pretended judges who sat, and sentenced to death, our sovereign King Charles the First in the place which they called the high-court of justice, January 27, 1648 : and also of those 35 witnesses sworn against the said King, the sentence read against him with the catalogue of the names of those that subscribed and sealed the warrant for his execution, and the manner of his cruel murther.
[1679] A List of the parliament of women
[1665] A list of the particulars of His Majesties fleet, as they are divided into squadrons.
Church of England. Diocese of London. / [1687] A list of the preachers appointed by the Lords Commissioners for the diocess of London, to preach in the city and suburbs of London the ensuing Lent, on Wednesdays and Frydays, at the churches of St. Andrew Undershaft. St. Stephens Wallbroke. St. Dustans in the west. St. Pauls Covent-Garden.
[1652 i.e. 1651] A list of the princes, dukes, earls, lords, knights, generals, maior generalls, &c. and colonells, of the Scots Kings party slaine and taken prisoners: Duke Hamilton: Lieu. Gen. Leshly. E. Derby beheaded. Lieu G. Middleton. Maj. Gen. White. Maj G. Montgomery. Maj. G Roe Oneal. Maj. Gen. Graves. Maj. Gen. Maffey Bishop of Clogher Gen.
Lenthall, John, Sir, 1625-1681. / [1653] A list of the prisoners of the Upper Bench prison, who have taken the benefit of the Act of Parliament, for the relief of poor prisoners: published to the end, that if any person hath taken the benefit of the Act of Parliament for relief of poor prisoners, which ought not; either by concealing, or making over their estates, at or before their taking the oath, to defraud their creditors: it being made appear, their creditors just relief will be endeavoured therein. By the appointment of the committee, Coll. Thomas Pride. Coll. Tomlinson. Coll. Cooper. Mr. John Fountain. Mr. Richard Wollastone. Mr. Margets, judge advocate.
[1648] A list of the prisoners taken, and those that were slain by Collonell Horton in South-Wales.: And an ordinance of the Lords and Commons in Parliament assembled. For setling the militia, and raising of forces for suppressing all rebellions and insurrections in the counties of Gloucester, Monmouth, Brecon, and Glamorgan. And for the better securing, and safety of the Parliament, and the said counties.
Royal Society (Great Britain). Council. / [MDCXCIV. 1694] A list of the Royal Society.
Royal Society (Great Britain). Council. / [1675] A list of the Royal Society . His sacred majesty King Charles II. founder and patron.
Royal Society (Great Britain). Council. / [MDCLXVII. 1667] A list of the Royal Society. His sacred majesty King Charles II. founder and patron.
Royal Society (Great Britain). Council. / [MDCLXXXVIII. 1688] A list of the Royal Society. His sacred majesty King James the II.
[1699] A List of the seven thousand men appointed by His Majesty, in his late proclamation, to be the standing forces of this kingdom
[1652] A list of the ships taken by the fleet of the Common-wealth of England, since the late engagement of the Admirall Trump, neer Dover (contrary to the law of nature, and customs of nations) at the same time that three of their embassadors were here treating of peace: with the Parliaments answer to the paper of the Lord Paw, wherein he desired them to propound what they thought reasonable and just to compose the present differences between them and the States Generall of the United Provinces.
Company of Scotland Trading to Africa and the Indies. / [1696] A list of the subscribers to the Company of Scotland, trading to Africa and the Indies: Taken in Edinburgh &c. until the 21 of April inclusive 1696.
[Anno Dom. 1689] A list of their Majesties royal fleet now actually at sea, with the number of men and guns; also the commanders names.
[Anno Dom. 1691] A list of their Majesties royal forces, viz. horse, dragoons and foot, now actually in service, for the year 1691.
DuVal, P. (Pierre) / [Anno .1556. Mens .Junij .14.] A litell dialogue off [sic] the Consolator cõfortynge the Churche in hyr afflictions, taken out off [sic] the 129. psalme. / Composed in frẽche by M. Peter du Val. ; And translated into Englyshe by Robart Pownoll. Anno 1556 Mẽs Junij..
Veil, Charles-Marie de, 1630-1685. / [1685] A literal explanation of the Acts of the holy apostles. Written in Latine by C.M. Du Veil ... Now translated into English out of a copy carefully reviewed and corrected by the author. To which is added a translation of a learned dissertation about baptism for the dead, I Cor. 15.29. Written in Latine by the famous Fridericus Spannemius Filius.
Fagel, Gaspar, 1634-1688. / [1688] Literæ illustr. Domini Fagel, Hollandiæ pensionarii, ad Dominum Jacobum Steuart, advocatu[m], hoc eodem quo jam prodeunt idiomate exaratæ : in quibus quæ sit Serenissimorum Principum Auriacorum de Testæ Legumque Pœnalium contra pontificios in Britannia lrtarum [sic] abolitione sententia declaratur A letter writ by Mijn Heer Fagel, pensioner of Holland, to Mr. James Stewart, advocate : giving an account of the Prince and Princess of Orange's thoughts concerning the repeal of the Test and the Penal Laws.
Purnell, Robert, d. 1666. / [1657] A little cabinet richly stored with all sorts of heavenly varieties, and soul-reviving influences.: Wherein there is a remedy for every malady, viz. milk for babes, and meat for strong men, and the ready way for both to obtain and retain assurance of salvation: being an abridgement of the sum and substance of the true Christian religion; wherein the cause of our salvation, the way, the guide, the rule, the evidence, the seals, &c. and the connection of these points together, and dependancy of them one upon another: this I have endeavoured to do orderly, exactly, methodically, with much plainness and clearness. / By Robert Purnell.
Bèze, Théodore de, 1519-1605. / [Anno. 1578] A little catechisme, that is to say, a short instruction touching christian religion, set forth by Theodorus Beza Minister of the Church of God in Geneua.
Bèze, Théodore de, 1519-1605. / [1579] A little catechisme, that is to saye, a short instruction touching Christian religion set forth by Theodorus Beza ...
Standfast, Richard, 1608?-1684. / [1665] A little handful of cordial comforts scattered thorowout several answers, to sixteen questions, and objections following : intended chiefly for the good of those that walk mournfully before God ... / by Richard Standfast ...
W. C. (William Clifford), d. 1670. / [1669] The little manuel of the poore mans dayly devotion collected out of severall pious and approoved authors / by W.C.
[1646] Little non-such: or, Certaine new questions moved out of ancient truths.: I. concerning the words, let us make man after our own image. II. Whether that was a materiall apple which Adam did eate III. Whether the forbidding of marriage be not a Popish injunction onely, and not rightly grounded from the Scripture. Newly published with intent to finde out the truth if it be not here already.
Wood, James, 1608-1664. / [1654] A little stone, pretended to be out of the mountain, tried, and found to be a counterfeit, or, An examination & refutation of Mr. Lockyers lecture, preached at Edinburgh, anno 1651, concerning the mater of the visible church and afterwards printed with an appendix for popular government of single congregations : together with an examination, in two appendices, of what is said on these same purposes in a letter of some in Aberdene, who lately have departed from the communion and government of this church / by James Wood ...
W. B. (William Blake), fl. 1650-1670. / [1650] A little stream of divine sweetness: from the living fountaine for the paradice of God.
J. G., Gent. / [1642] Little-vvits protestation, to defend popery since the decease of his sister svperstition ... / by I. G. ...
Littleton, Thomas, Sir, d. 1481. / [the xvi. day of April the yere of our lord M.D.V.I. 1556] Littleton tenures in Englishe
Firmin, Giles, 1614-1697. / [1661] The liturgical considerator considered, or, A brief view of Dr. Gauden's considerations touching the liturgy of the Church of England wherein the reasons by him produced for imposing the said liturgy upon all, are found to be so weak, his defence of things offensive in it so slight, the arguments against the liturgy by himselfe afforded, are so strong, that some, who upon His Majesties declaration did incline to the liturgy, are now further from it, by reading his wordy discourse about it : also some reasons humbly rendered, why many ministers, as yet cannot conform to that liturgy, but not out of disloyalty, pride, ingratitude, peevishness, nor schismatical petulancy, as the sarcastical pen of this uncharitable doctor hath published ... / by G.F.
Socrates Christianus, d. 1706. / [1696] The liturgy of the ancients represented as near as well may be, in English forms calling with a preface concerning the restitution of the most solemn part of Christian worship in the Holy Eucharist, to its integrity, and just frequency of celebration.
Leslie, Charles, 1650-1722. / [1700] Liturgy's vindicated by the dissenters, or, The lawfulness of forms of prayer and liturgies proved from the very texts of Scripture urged against them by John Bunyan and the dissenters / by the author of the Religious conference between a minister and his parishioner about infant baptism.
Taylor, John, 1580-1653. / [1625] A liuing sadnes, in duty consecrated to the immortal memory of our late deceased albe-loued soueraigne Lord, the peereles paragon of princes, Iames, king of great Brittaine, France and Ireland. Who departed this life at his mannour of Theobalds, on Sunday last, the 27. of March, 1625.
[Published and printed in the yeare of feares and jealousies, plots, projects, and policies, designes, dangers, and discoveries. 1642] The Lively character of the malignant partie:: wherein their persons, who they are; their actions, what they have already done, and do daily further attempt; with their intentions, at what ends they ayme, are sufficiently set forth, fully described, and plainly evidenced to the indifferent judgement of any ordinary man, who hath had but a reasonable view of the strange passages of these later times. By one who cordially affects his Soveriagne, and really respects the Parliament: which illustrious and renowned senate, hath (for the safetie of the King, and presevation of the kingdome) resolved upon the question, that in this malignant partie, they may not, must not, will not, cannot confide.
[1661] A lively pourtraict of our new-cavaliers, commonly called Presbyterians clearly shewing that His Majesty came not in upon their account : in a compendious narrative of our late revolutions.
[1659] A Lively pourtraicture of the face of this common-wealth exactly drawn by Lewis the Fourth of France of famous memory.
Jeckell, Robert, d. 1676. / [1676] A lively testimony to the living truth given forth by Robert Jeckell upon his death-bed in the presence of many eye and ear witnesses whose names are subscribed.
Kennett, Basil, 1674-1715. / [1697] The lives and characters of the ancient Grecian poets dedicated to His Highness the Duke of Glocester / by Basil Kennet ...
P. D. / [1685] The lives and deaths of the holy apostles of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ together with the two evangelists St. Mark and St. Luke : as also, some other of our Saviours disciples containing an account of their travels, sayings, miracles, sufferings and martyrdoms / all collected from the best authors for public use and benefit.
Paoli, Gio Antonio de. / [1636] The lives of all the Roman emperors being exactly collected, from Iulius Cæsar, unto the now reigning Ferdinand the second. With their births, governments, remarkable actions, & deaths.
Le Clerc, Jean, 1657-1736. / [1696] The lives of Clemens Alexandrinus, Eusebius, Bishop of Cæsarea, Gregory Nazianzen, and Prudentius, the Christian poet containing an impartial account of their lives and writings, together with several curious observations upon both : also a short history of Pelagianism / written originally in French by Monsieur Le Clerc ; and now translated into English.
Villegas, Alfonso de. / [M. DC. XIV. 1614] The lives of saints written in Spanish, by the learned and reuerend father Alfonso Villegas, diuine and preacher. ; Translated out of Italian into English, and conferred with the Spanish. By W. & E.K. B..
[1693] The lives of the illustrious Romans writ in Latin by Sextus Aurelius Victor ; and translated by several young gentlemen educated by Mr. Maidwell.
[1695] The lives of the prophets, patriarchs, apostles, &c. With the interpretation of their names: collected into an alphabetical order, for the benefit of the reader.
Bernard, John. / [1698] The lives of the Roman emperors from Domitian, where Suetonius ends, to Constantine the Great containing those of Nerva and Trajan from Dion Cassius : a translation of the six writers of the Augustéan history and those of Dioclesian and his associates from Eusebius and others by John Bernard ...
Osland, Henry. / [1663] The living, dead pastor yet speaking in two sermons, preached on Bartholomews Day, Aug. 24, 1662, in Bewdly Chappel / by Henry Osland then minister there, and now published by some friends of truth.
Bagshawe, William, 1628-1702. / [1653] Living water, or, Waters for a thirsty soul drawn out in severall sermons upon Rev. 21:6 / by W. Bagshavve ...
Briggins, Joseph, 1663 or 4-1675. / [Printed in the year, 1677] The living words of a dying child. Being a true relation of some part of the words that came forth, and were spoken by Joseph Briggins on his death-bed. Being on the 26th day of the 4th moneth called June, 1675. Aged 11 years, five moneths, and 15. dayes.