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A. B. / [Printed in the Year 1700] Mr. Allen's vindication, or, Remarks upon a late scandalous pamphlet, entituled, A strange and new discovery, &c.
Marvell, Andrew, 1621-1678. / [1689] Mr. Andrew Marvell's Character of popery
[1691] Mr. Ashton's ghost to his late companion in the Tower
Bagshaw, Edward, d. 1662. / [printed. 1641] Mr. Bagshavvs first speech with the oath that is given to iudges. Novemb. 7. 1640.:
Bagshaw, Edward, d. 1662. / [1641] Mr Bagshaw's speech in Parliament February the ninth, 1640. Concerning episcopacy and the London petition.
Crandon, John, d. 1654. / [1654] Mr. Baxters Aphorisms exorcized and anthorized. Or An examination of and answer to a book written by Mr. Ri: Baxter teacher of the church at Kederminster in Worcester-shire, entituled, Aphorisms of justification. Together with a vindication of justification by meer grace, from all the Popish and Arminian sophisms, by which that author labours to ground it upon mans works and righteousness. By John Crandon an unworthy minister of the gospel of Christ at Fawley in Hant-shire. Imprimatur, Joseph Caryl. Jan: 3. 1654.
Estwick, Nicolas. / [1656] Mr. Bidle's conffession of faith, touching the Holy Trinity, wherein his chief designe to overthrow that sacred mystery and the deity of our blessed saviour is examined and confuted. With VII. arguments to prove the deity of the Son of God. / By Nicholas Estwick, B.D. sometimes fellow of Christs Colldege in Cambrig, and now minister of Gods word at Warkton in Northampton Shire.
King, Josiah. / [1698] Mr. Blount's oracles of reason examined and answered in nine sections in which his many heterodox opinions are refuted, the Holy Scriptures and revealed religion are asserted against deism & atheism / by Josiah King ...
Briscoe, John, fl. 1695. / [1696?] Mr. Briscoe's reply to a pamphlet, intituled, The freeholders answer to Mr. John Briscoe's proposals for a national bank.
Brunskell, Percivall, 17th cent. / [1690] Mr. Brunskell's case and proposals
Bushell, Thomas, 1594-1674. / [ca. 1659] Mr. Bushel's mineral overtures
Bushell, Thomas, 1594-1674. / [1659] Mr. Bushell's abridgment of the Lord Chancellor Bacon's philosophical theory in mineral prosecutions ...
Chaloner, Richard, d. 1643. / [1643] Mr. Challenor his confession and speech made upon the ladder before his execution on Wednesday the fifth of July 1643. in Corne-hill jnst [sic] against the Royall Exchange. It is this day ordered by the committee of the House of Commons in Parliament concerning printing, that the confession of Richard Challenor be printed by Peter Cole. July 5. 1643 John White.
Dallison, Charles, d. 1669. / [August the 3. 1642] Mr. Charles Dallison recordr [sic] of Lincoln, his speech to the Kings Majesty:
Chillingworth, William, 1602-1644. / [1687] Mr. Chillingworth's book called The religion of Protestants a safe way to salvation made more generally useful by omitting personal contests, but inserting whatsoever concerns the common cause of Protestants, or defends the Church of England : with an addition of some genuine pieces of Mr. Chillingworth's never before printed.
Chillingworth, William, 1602-1644. / [1689] Mr. Chillingworth's judgment of the religion of Protestants, &c.
[1679] Mr. Coleman's legacies, or, A Discovery of popish malice with ample cautions to beware of dangerous seducers.
Williams, Roger, 1604?-1683. / [Imprinted in the yeere 1644] Mr. Cottons letter lately printed, examined and ansvvered: by Roger Williams of Providence in New·England.:
J. D. (John Darell) / [1652] Mr. Courten's catastrophe and adieu to East-India, or, A general and particular protest framed there, at Goa, in Febr. 1644, for and against the English East-India Company their governour deputy, Court of Committees and Adventurers in England, and their presidents, agents, commanders and factors in East-India aforesaid : with a previous, conscious and short introduction and conclusion to resell impertinent and frivolous allegations ... with the issues and events thereof, both general and particular, as formerly in print, intituled Strange news from the Indies, is partly exprest ...
Culpeper, Nicholas, 1616-1654. / [1656] Mr Culpeper's ghost, giving seasonable advice to the lovers of his writing. Before which is prefixed, Mris. Culpepers epistle in vindication of her husband's reputation
Culpeper, Nicholas, 1616-1654. / [1657] Mr. Culpepper's Treatise of aurum potabile Being a description of the three-fold world, viz. elementary celestial intellectual containing the knowledge necessary to the study of hermetick philosophy. Faithfully written by him in his life-time, and since his death, published by his wife.
Darrell, Marmaduke, Sir. / [1670?] Mr. Darrel's reply to sir Jeremy Whichcott's pretended answer to two printed questions alleadged by Mr. Darrel, to be debated before the House of Peers.
[1671] Mr. Davis his case, upon the appal [sic] of Mr. Thomas Skinner
Ryck, de, Mr. / [1690] Mr. de Ryck's famous collection of paintings, by the best masters. Viz. Raphael de Urbin. Rubens. De Voss. Antoni Moro, &c. With several of his own originals. Will be sold by auction, on Tuesday, the 9th of this instant December, at the east-end of Exeter-Exchange, above stairs: the sale beginning at four of the clock in the afternoon. The conditions as usual, the paintings to be fetch'd away within three days after the sale, the buyer paying porterage.
Ryck, de, Mr. / [1690] Mr. de Ryck's large collection of original, royal, Italian, ancient and modern pictures, by the greatest masters viz. Raphael de Urbin. Julio Romano. John Baptisto Bertano. Van Dyck. Breughel. Rubens. Tysens's, &c. As also several of the best masters, now living in London, and of his own originals. Also, a large collection of the best Italian and French prints and drawings, with several original heads of Raphael D'Urbin, &c. And a considerable parcel of books, with curious cuts, in several languages. Also, several figures in brass, stone and plaister, &c. Will be sold by auction at the east-end of Exeter-Change, in the Strand, being that next the may-pole, on Monday, the 30th of this instant June, at four of the clock in the afternoon, and continue the same hour every day till all are sold.
Dowdall, Gerard. / [1681] Mr. Dowdall's just and sober vindication, in opposition to several injustices practised against him, by some of his fellow prisoners in the gate-house prison of Westminster, although reputed priests, Jesuits, and sufferers for Christs sake
Dering, Edward, 1540?-1576. / [1624] Mr. Edward Dering, his godly priuate prayers for Christian families Whereunto is annexed, his briefe and necessary catechisme for housholders.
Webbe, Thomas. / [1646] Mr. Edwards pen no slander: or, The Gangræna once more searched:: which being found very full of corrupt matter, that part of his foul mouth is seringed, and washed with a moderate answer, given by Tho: Web, to that part of his book, wherein Mr. Edwards chargeth him for delivering severall Antinomian doctrines. In which answer is proved, that many things wherewith Mr. Edwards chargeth him, is false. Also, that Mr. Edwards charging any in such a nature is contrary to rule, and against all examples in Scripture, and tends unto division in these distracting times. / By Thomas Webbe.
Hunt, Thomas, 1627?-1688. / [1682] Mr. Emmertons marriage with Mrs. Bridget Hyde considered wherein is discoursed the rights and nature of marriage, what authority the Curia Christianitatis hath in matrimonial causes at this day, the levitical degrees, the bounds of a legal marriage, and the reasons thereof, and that now matrimonial causes are determinable by virtue of the statute of H. 8. by the judges of common law : in a letter from a gentleman in the country to one of the commissioners delegates in that cause, desiring his opinion therein.
Evans, Arise, b. 1607. / [Printed in the yeer, 1655] Mr. Evans and Mr. Penningtons prophesie: concerning seven yeers of plenty, and seven yeers of famine and pestilence. Fore-shewing, what strange events and effects will fall in this present yeer, 1655, now the seven years of plenty are past, and the seven yeers of famine and pestilence are now at hand. Declared in vision of visions out of the prophet David. Together with the coming of the Fifth monarchy. Also, a great conflict with that great and terrible dragon Satan. With divers other notable visions and revelations necessary to be published.
[1681] Mr. Fitz-Harris (now prisoner in the Tower) his case truly stated humbly offered to the free-holders of England, why he ought to be tried by a jury of his neighbours, and not by the House of Peers; in a letter to Mr. C.L.C F.S. and B.H. greeting.
Jencks, Francis, b. 1640. / [1679] Mr. Francis Jenk's speech spoken in a common hall, the 24th of June 1679 for which he hath been ever since maligned and scandalized by the Papists and their abetters.
Fuller, William, 1670-1717? / [1700] Mr. Fuller's answer to the Jacobites
Fuller, William, 1670-1717? / [1700] Mr. Fuller's letter to the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor being an answer to a late scandalous pamphlet, intituled, Fuller's Plain proof of the true mother of the pretended Pr. of Wales, made out to be no proof, &c. : with that part of His Majesty's declaration, relating to that imposture, publish'd in December, 1688.
Moderate church man. / [1696] Mr. George Keith, at Turners-Hall in Philpot-Lane, London, in 1696. Contradicting Mr. George Keith, at the Tolbooth of Aberdeen, in 1688. In fundamental points of the Christian faith. Demonstrated by quotations out of The exact narrative of the proceedings at Turners-Hall, &c. on the one hand: and quotations out of Immediate revelation not ceased, on the other hand. In a letter to himself. / By a moderate church man.
[1698 ; and are to be had gratis] Mr. George Oldner's invention to preserve ships from foundering, or sinking, at sea, etc. experimented & approv'd : and now propos'd for the universal good of all nations concern'd in navigation : as appears by the following proposal.
Grimston, Harbottle, Sir, 1603-1685. / [1642] Mr. Grimston his learned speech in the high court of Parliament:: concerning troubles abroad, and grievances at home. Shewing the inward symptomes and causes of all our feares and dangers, and what probability there is of reformation, in case due punishment be speedily executed on the incendiaries and chiefe causers of those distractions that have opprest our church and common-wealth.
Grimston, Harbottle, Sir, 1603-1685. / [1642] Mr. Grimston his speech, at the committee sitting in Guildhall on Thursday the 6. of Ianuary 1641.: Concerning the breaches of the priviledges of Parliament; by breaking open the chambers, studies, and trunks of the Lord Kimbolton, and the rest of the members of the House of Commons, accused by His Majesty of high treason. Whereupon, the same day there was a declaration agreed upon, and published, for the preservation of their priviledges, and protection of their members from the like violence in time to come.
Brown, Thomas, 1663-1704. / [1689] Mr. Haynes his recantation-prologue upon his first appearance on the stage after his return from Rome
Marten, Henry, 1602-1680. / [Printed in the yeare 1648] Mr. Henry Martin his speech in the House of Commons,: before his departure thence. June 8. 1648.
Hewer, William. Mr. Hewer's reply to the petition of the Tanger-inhabitants
Blake, Thomas, 1597?-1657. / [MDCLVI. 1656] Mr Humphrey's Second vindication of a disciplinary anti-Erastian, orthodox, free-admission to the Lords-Supper,: taken into consideration, in a letter occasionally written / by Mr Blake pastor of Tamworth, and by a friend of truth made publick.
Hunt, Thomas, 1627?-1688. / [1682] Mr. Hunt's postscript for rectifying some mistakes in some of the inferiour clergy, mischievous to our government and religion with two discourses about the succession, and Bill of exclusion, in answer to two books affirming the unalterable right of succession, and the unlawfulness of the Bill of exclusion.
[1659] Mr. Iohn Iretons oration at the choosing of the new lord mayor.:
Briscoe, John, fl. 1695. / [1696] Mr. J. Briscoe, a director in the national land-bank, his defence of Dr. Hugh Chamberlen's bank or office of land credit. In a letter to the doctor
Janeway, James, 1636?-1674. / [1674] Mr. Janeway's sayings not long before his death.
Jenkyn, William, 1613-1685. / [1685] Mr. Jenkins's dying thoughts who departed this life on Monday the 19th of this instant January, in the Prison of Newgate.
Holles, Gervase, 1606-1675. / [1641] Mr. Jervis Hollis speech the 26 of Aprill 1641:
Arndt, Johann, 1555-1621. / [1646] Mr. John Arndt (that famous German divine) his book of Scripture declaring that every child of God ought and must 1. daily die to the old Adam, but to Christ live daily, 2. and be renewed to the image of God day by day, 3. and in the new-birth live the life of the new creature / translated out of the Latine copie by Radulphus Castrensis Antimachivalensis.
Child, John, 1638?-1684. / [1684] Mr. John Child's book, entituled a second argument, for a more full and firm union amongst all good Protestants wherein the nonconformists taking the sacrament after the manner of the Church of England, is justified. The root and foundation of the Popish plot further discovered in a letter to a friend. Now republished upon the occasion of his disperation and fatal end: which book (as he hath often declared) was the occasion off [sic] it. Entred according to order.
Eliot, John, d. 1694. / [M.DC.XCIV. 1694] Mr. John Eliot, called, doctor of medicine, his last speech and advice to the world, at his suffering, March 9. 1694:
Flavel, John, 1630?-1691. / [MDCXCI 1691] Mr. John Flavell's remains being two sermons composed by that reverend and learned divine, the former preached at Dartmouth in Devon, on the day of the happy coronation of Their Majesties King William and Queen Mary, the latter intended to be preached at Taunton in Somerset, at the meeting of the united ministers of several counties to be held there, September 2. 1691 : with a brief account of the life and death of the reverend author / by John Flavell ...
Partridge, John, 1644-1715. / [Anno 1684] Mr. John Petrige's [sic], new prophesie of this present year 1684. Wherein are foretold themost considerable events and mutations in Great-Britain, France, Ireland, Holland, Germany, Italy, &c. According to the opinion of the best astrologers.
Wall, John, Saint, 1620-1679. / [1679] Mr. Johnson's speech which he deliver'd to his friend to be printed (as he mention'd at the place of execution.)
Keith, George, 1639?-1716. / [1700] Mr. Keith's sermon, preach'd on May the 12th, 1700. At Dr. Bedford's church, being Saint George Butolphs-Lane, by Billings-Gate. On Luke the 1st and verse 6th.
[1682] Mr. Kelletts case with the Society of Clements-Inn.
Kirkwood, James, fl. 1698. / [1698] Mr. Kirkwood's plea before the Kirk, and civil judicatures of Scotland. Divided into five parts.
Knight, William, fl. 1680-1699. / [MDCXCIX. 1699] Mr. Knights strange and amazeing prophecy, for three years to come: being, a genuine prepiction [sic] of the most considerable actions and accidents likely to happen in the year, 1699, 1700, and 1701: Fairly deduced from 5 visible eclipses of the luminaries: three great and formidable ones, and two more less more particularly of that great and wonderful eclipse of the sun, which will happen on the 13th day of the next approaching month September, w[h]en 11 digits of the sun's face will be quite darkned, and its effects, or significations more terrible, than that of Black Monday, in the year, 1652. Modestly hinting to all Europe, and every kingdom and state therein, the probable contingencies signified to them, by the signs of heaven. By William Knight, student in astrology, physick, and chirurgery.
J. P., Gent. / [1681] Mr. L'Estrange refuted with his own arguments being a reply to his late impertinent pamphlet entituled L'Estrange no papist : in farther justification of the informations sworn against him, before the lords of the secret committee / by J.P., Gent. ...
Langhorne, Richard, 1654-1679. / [1679] Mr. Langhorn's memoires, with some meditations and devotions of his, during his imprisonment as also his petition to His Majesty, and his speech at his execution.
Lenthall, William, Mr. / [1699?] Mr. Lenthalls answer, to a paper, intitled, remarks on Mr. Lenthalls petition, now lying before the honourable House of Commons:
Leslie, Charles, 1650-1722. / [1697] Mr. Leslie's answer to the remarks on his first dialogue against the Socinians.
Lilly, William, 1602-1681. / [1676] Mr. Lillie's predictions concerning the many lamentable fires which have lately happened. With a full account, not onely of all the great fires in England this present year, 1676. As at Cottenham near Cambridge, Southward, Blanford in Dorsetshire, Witiham by Oxford, Abington in Bark-shire, Nightingale Lane, &c. But also beyond the sea: as at Mosco, where ... dwelling houses were burned down April 22. The cities of Starguard, and ... Brandenburgh in Germany, May 21. And several towns in Burgundy, the French countee, and Picardy, belonging to the French King, consumed in May last. Published for the general satisfaction. With allowance, June 23. 1676. Ro. L'Estrange.
Lilly, William, 1602-1681. / [1677?] Mr. Lillies astrologcal [sic] predictions for the year, 1677 Wherein is plainly expressed, and by the rules of astrology proved; the happy condition of this our nation for the year ensuing. As first, the peace of our nation. Secondly, the happy return of our merchants. Thirdly, the great blessing of God upon our harvest. And fourthly, the safe delivery of women with childe, who will this year be very fruitful. With several other questions for young-men and maids. With allowance.
Lilly, William, 1602-1681. / [1673] Mr. Lillies late prophecy come to pass. Concerning the present vvar, and the late unseasonableness of the weather. Wherein it is made manifest, whatsoever he has prognosticated of the present year, 1673. Is in great probability of proving true, from the events that have already been observed. Licensed, according to order, Iuly 10. 1673.
Lilly, William, 1602-1681. / [in the year, 1674] Mr. Lillies nevv prophesie of a general peace Together with the uniting of all different persuasions of religion, in principles of love and mutual condiscention. To which is added a strange and wonderful prophesie lately discovered in Holland, relating to the grand affairs of our present age. Faithfully translated & communicated from the original by a person of quality.
Lilly, William, 1602-1681. / [1673] Mr. Lillies new prophecy, of the white-Easter, and its effects. With an account of the new blazing-star : being a full account of a strange comet lately seen in the heavens, its shape, place in the zodiack, motion, their time of continuance, and probable portents or matters thereby signified to happen in the world.
Lilly, William, 1602-1681. / [1675] Mr. Lillies new prophecy, or, Sober predictions of a peace between the French and Dutch, and their allies, speedily to be concluded drawn from some astrological considerations of the general assembly of the planets happening in Sagitary, in the month of December, this present year 1675, etc. : together with some probable conjectures of the success of the King of Poland, against the Turks and Tartars : from the several configurations of the heavens in the approaching year, 1676.
Lilly, William, 1602-1681. / [1679] Mr. Lilly's new prophecy touching the notable actions of this instant September and the ensuing three months of the year (viz.) October, November, and December with an astrological account of the future plenty or scarcity, dearth or cheapness of most sorts of fruits of the earth, merchandize, or commodities : as also of the remarkable alterations of weather during all the remaining part of this year, 1679.
Lilly, William, 1602-1681. / [1678] Mr. Lilly's new prophecy, or, Certain notable passages in his writings observed to which is added, an astrological account of the future plenty or scarcity, dearth or cheapness of most sorts of fruits of the earth, merchandize, and commodities : as also, of the great floods, extraordinary snows, and other remarkable alterations of weather, and the diseases like to be predominant in peoples bodies this winter and the spring following.
Lilly, William, 1602-1681. / [1681] Mr. Lilly's new prophecy, or, Several strange and wonderful predictions of such things that have and are yet to happen, as well in England, Scotland, and France as in remote countrys being left as his last legacy to the world, the like not having been published before.
Love, Christopher, 1618-1651. / [1651] Mr. Love his funeral sermon,: preached by himself on the scaffold on Tower Hill, in the hearing of many thousand people, on Friday the two and twentieth day of this instant August. Divided into three parts; 1. The matter for which he suffered, 2. The cleering or justifying of himself. 3. His exhortation to the people.
Love, Christopher, 1618-1651. / [1651] Mr. Love's case:: wherein is published, first, his several petitions to the Parliament. Secondly, a full narrative of the late dangerous design against the state, written with Mr. Loves own hand, and by him sent to the Parliament; wherein he setteth down his several meetings and secret actings with Major Alford, Maj. Adams, Col. Barton, Mr. Blackmore, Mr. Case, Mr. Cauton, Dr. Drake, Mr. Drake, Cap. Farr, Mr. Gibbons, Mr. Haviland, Major Huntington, Mr. Jenkins, Mr. Jaquel, Mr Jackson, Lieut. Col. Jackson, Cap. Massey, Mr. Nalton, Cap. Potter, Mr. Robinson, Mr. Sterks, Colonel Sowton, Colonel Vaughan, and others. Thirdly, Mr. Loves speech and prayer on the scaffold on Towerhil, August 22. 1651. Printed by an exact copy, taken in short-hand by John Hinde. Fourthly, animadversions on the said speech and prayer.
Love, Christopher, 1618-1651. / [1651] Mr. Love's speech made on the scaffold on Tower-hill, August 22. 1651.: With his proposals to the citizens of London; his desires touching religion, and his judgment concerning the Presbyterian-government; as also, his perfect prayer immediately before his head was severed from his body: printed by an exact copy taken in short-hand.
Poole, Matthew, 1624-1679. / [Anno Dom. 1679] Mr. Matthew Pool, author of that elaborate work, Sinopsis criticorum. His late sayings a little before his death, concerning the most material pointes of the Popish party; charged against the Protestants, vvherein the desperate tenets of Popish Jesuitical principles are detected and sollidly censured. For the settlement of all real professors, and practical opposers of those demnable delusions, in few words to the vvise. He dyed the 12th. of this instant stilo novo, at Amstersdam.
Mauger, Claude. / [1656] Mr. Mauger's French grammar: enriched with severall choise dialogues, containing an exact account of the state of France, ecclesiasticall, civil, and military, as it flourisheth at present under King Louis the fourteenth. Also a chapter of Anglicismes; vvith instructions for travellers into France.
Vincent, Nathanael, 1639?-1697. / [1683] Mr. Nathanael Vincent's letter to his congregation in and about London
Newte, John, 1655?-1716. / [1696.] Mr. Newte's sermon concerning the lawfulness and use of organs in the Christian church
Ogilby, John, 1600-1676. / [1674] Mr. Ogilby's design for carrying on his Britannia
Ogilby, John, 1600-1676. / [1679] Mr. Ogilby's pocket book of roads with the computed & measured distances and the distinction of market and post townes.
Ogilby, John, 1600-1676. / [1676] Mr. Ogilby's Tables of his measur'd roads So digested, that any great road or branch may readily be found; with the general and particular, computed & measur'd distance, and the distinction of market and post-towns. With other remarks. To which is added, A true account of the markets and fairs, &c. collected in his survey. / By John Ogilby, Esq; His Majesty's cosmographer. Licensed March 31th. 1676. H. Oldenburg.
Partridge, John, 1644-1715. / [1690] Mr. Partridhe's [sic] famous prophesies and predictions together with the observations of sundry other great and learned astrologers, touching the wonderful things that are expected to happen in the year, 1690. in great Britain, France, and Ireland, and other kingdoms, states, and countries in matters of peace, negotiation, war, casualties, contingencies, and other transactions more particularly the happiness promised this nation, and the danger that threatens the French King, and his dominions; also the popish army in Ireland: also the union of Protestants, reciting likewise a strange & wonderful vision on the subject of these affairs lately happening, foretelling the quieting Scotland, reducing Ireland, and the conquest of France, and by what means it was proposed to be confirmed as a truth, and what has since come to pass in order thereunto: the happy reign of our glorious monarch, and his triumph over his enemies. Licensed according to order.
Partridge, John, 1644-1715. / [printed in the year, 1685] Mr. Partrige's [sic] Prophesie Wherein are foretold the most considerable events and mutations in Great-Britain, France, Ireland, Holland, Germany, Spain, Flanders, Italy, and the Turkish Empire, &c. According to the opinion of the best astrologers.
Partridge, John, 1644-1715. / [1690] Mr. Patric-h's [sic] prophecy, or, A prognostication of the year 1690 wherein the most considerable mutations and events like to befall the kingdoms of Great Britain, France, and Ireland, and of the states of the Netherlands, &c. are foreshewed. Also an account of the proceedings of all the twelve months; and of the happy affairs of the King of Great Britain and the states of Holland, and the great damages likely to befall France and Ireland / by J.P. prefessor [sic] of astrology.
Pepys, Samuel, 1633-1703. / [1698] Mr. Pepys to the Lord Mayor and Court of Aldermen upon the present state of Christ-Hospital.: To the Right Honourable Sir Humphry Edwin, Lord Mayor. : York-Buildings, July 11, 1698.
Pepys, Samuel, 1633-1703. / [1698] Mr. Pepys to the President and Governours of Christ-Hospital upon the present state of the said hospital.: To the Honour'd Sir John Moor, Kt. and President, and the rest of my honour'd friends, the governours of Christ-Hospital. : York-Buildings, Monday, Novem. 21. 1698.
Perkins, Joseph, b. 1658. / [1697] Mr. Perkins's letter to Mr. Cornwell. And other ministers at Tunbridge-Wells, who denied him the use of the pulpit there. And have not answered the letter, as desired.
Peters, Hugh, 1598-1660. / [1646] Mr. Peters message delivered in both Houses, to the Lords and Commons in Parliament; from Sir Thomas Fairfax. With, the narration of the taking of Dartmouth. And a list of the names of the chief officers and gentlemen, and the cullers, arms, ordnance, powder, and other ammnnition [sic] and purchase; and the severall victories of the army, and their scattering of the enemy to severall places. With other proceedings concerning Prince Charles, and other passages of great concernment. This narration of Mr. Hugh Peters, minister of Gods word, commanded to be printed, is published according to order, to prevent false copies.
Pym, John, 1584-1643. / [1642] Mr. Pim's speech, deliverd at a conference betvvixt both Houses, concerning divers petitions presented to the House of Commons hee being appoynted to manage that conference. Ianu. XXV. M.D.CXLI.
Powell, Thomas. / [1676] Mr. Powels answer to a late fictitious pamphlet put forth by two leading Quakers, viz. John Vaughton and John Feild in which their account of a discourse between them and him is here rectified : every thing that is material in their said book answered and several notorious lies therein detected to the just shame of the publishers : also good counsel in the conclusion of the whole to such that are the principal leaders of the Quakers ... with an epistolary discourse touching the imputation of sin to Christ ...
Prance, Miles, fl. 1678-1689. / [1680] Mr. Prance's answer to Mrs. Cellier's libel, and divers other false aspersions cast upon him containing likewise a vindication of Sir William Waller from popish scandals, some mistakes in a pamphlet entituled, The narrative of William Boys rectified, and other remarkables : to which is added the Adventure of the bloody bladder : a tragi-comical farce, acted with much applause at Newgate by the said Madam Cellier, on Saturday Sept. 18, instant / faithfully related by an eye-and ear-witness.
Prynne, William, 1600-1669. / [1648?] Mr. Prynnes letter to the Borrough of Newport in Cornwall, for which he serves in Parliament
Prynne, William, 1600-1669. / [1649] Mr. Prynnes letter to the Generall the third of January 1648.: Demanding what kind of prisoner he is? And whose prisoner? with an appearance to his action of false imprisonment, which he resolves to prosecute against those who have imprisoned him, for the publick interst and freedom. of the members and subjects. / William Prynne.
Pym, John, 1584-1643. / [Sept. 10. 1642] Mr: Pym his vindication in Parliament of the accusation of high treason, exhibited against him and the Lord Kimbolton, and the other foure members.: As also the Kings Majesties replication to the Lords and Commons in Parliament. With a declaration by the Lords and Commons in Parliament. Ordered by the Lords and Commons in Parliament that this declaration be forthwith printed and published. H. Elsin. Cler. Parl. D. Com.
Pym, John, 1584-1643. / [1641] Mr. Pym, his speech in Parliament, on Saturday the 19th of February: concerning the passing of the bill in the Commons House, for the present pressing of 15000 men, to be immediately transported for Ireland. Which bill was that evening sent up to the Lords for their assent, and was by them also consented unto, and passed accordingly.
Pym, John, 1584-1643. / [1641. i.e. 1642] Mr. Pym, his speech. On Tuesday the 8th of February, to the Lords, at a conferrence of both Houses, concerning the petition of the knights and gentry of the county of Kent. Delivered to the Lords, February the ninth, Anno Domini, 1642.
Pym, John, 1584-1643. / [1641] Mr. Pymmes speech to the Lords in Parliament.: Sitting in VVestminster Hall, on the tryall of Thomas Earle of Strafford, the twelfth of Aprill 1641.
Read, Joseph, d. 1713. / [1682] Mr. Read's case published for prevention of scandal to his brethren & people, for encouragement to suffering Protestant dissenters, for a rebuke to their lawless adversaryes : being a leading-case how to deal with such men, and a practical answer to Dr. Stillingfleet, and others, who object against the non-conformists why will you not do what you confess to be lawful : humbly presented to our governours, in hopes of their forbearance towards us, in such things as we account sinful.
Steele, William, d. 1680. / [1653. i.e. 1654] Mr. Recorders speech to the Lord Protector upon VVednesday the eighth of Febru. 1653.: Being the day of His Highnesse entertainment in London.
Prichard, Rhys, 1579-1644. / [1659] Mr. Rees Prichar[d] gynt ficcar Llan-ddyfri yn Shir Gaer-f[] ddyn, a ofodwyd allan er Daioni'r Cymru. Some part of the works of Mr. Rees Prichar[d] sometimes vicker of Llandyfri in the co[unty] of Carmarthen.
Reeve, Thomas, 1594-1672. / [1678] Mr. Reeves his Alarm to London in a shrill voice to its inhabitants : late preacher at Waltham-Abbey in Hartford-shire.
Rider, Mr. / [c. 1699-1700] Mr. Rider's Answer to the false and scandalous reflections and allegations in Warner's Case; and petition of the mayor and jurors of Deal.
Rich, Robert, d. 1679. / [in the year MDCLXIX. 1669] Mr. Robert Rich his second letters from Barbadoes writ upon the occasion of the Quakers prevarication in the matter of the 30 l. sent to them in common with their brethren the other six churches so termed by him. With a preface extorted from R.B. phil. to the said people.
Nye, John, d. 1688. / [1654] Mr Sadler re-examined, or, His disguise discovered.: Shewing, the grosse mistakes and most notorious falshoods in his dealing with the Commissioners for Approbation of Publike Preachers in his Inquisitio Anglicana. : Wherein also a brief and true account is given of their righteous proceedings with him and those that come before them. / By one who has been a constant eye and ear-witnesse of all their proceedings, though now in no relation to them.
True Lover of Truth and Justice. / [printed in the year, 1665] Mr. Sadler, sadled in the vindication of Mr. R. Cranmer of London merchant: and confutation, of the abominable untruths, and falshoods of Anthony Sadler of Mitcham, Clark; contained in a letter and petition directed to the Right Reverend Father in God George, Lord Bishop of Winchester; and afterwards published to the world in print. By a true lover of truth and justice.
Sheridan, Thomas, 1646-ca. 1688. / [1681?] Mr. Sheridan's speech after his examination before the late House of Commons on Wednesday the 15th of December, 1680
Smith, Philip, d. 1664. / [1641] Mr. Smith's speech in Parliament made in the House of Commons on VVednesday the 29 of December, 1641 concerning the late tumultuous assemblies about the Parliament Houses.
St. John, Oliver, 1598?-1673. / [Printed in the yeare. 1641. i.e. 1642] Mr. St. Johns speech, or argument in Parliament;: shewing, whether a man may be a judge, and a witnesse in the same cause. By way of preface, I shall return a distinction between a doubtfull and a scrupulous conscience.
Pury, Thomas, ca. 1590-1666. / [Printed in the yeare 1641] Mr. Thomas Pury alderman of Glocester his speech, upon that clause of the bill against episcopacy, the which concernes deanes, and deanes and chapters, at a committee of the whole House.:
Weld, Thomas, 1590?-1662. / [1657] Mr. Tillam's account examined. Or, A brief reply to his unchristian account of some passages of Providence: By a friend to truth, and to Mr. Tillam's own soul, if God have not sealed him down under hardness of heart. Written for the sake of such poor honest souls in Colchester, and the parts adjacent, as are misled through his inchantments.
Tillinghast, John, 1604-1655. / [1655] Mr. Tillinghast's eight last sermons ... to which is added The idols abolished, being his notes on Isa. 2: 18.
S. F. / [1700] Mr. Tolands's Clito dissected and Fuller's Plain proof of the true mother of the pretended Prince of Wales made out to be no proof / in two letters from a gentleman in the country to his friend in London.
Tonge, Simson, b. 1656 or 7. / [1682] Mr. Tonges vindication in answer to the malicious and lying aspersions thrown upon him by Thomson and the observator : veritas non quarit angulos.
[1682] Mr. Turbulent: or, The melanchollicks. A comedy As it was acted at the Duke's Theater.
Tolson, John, 1575 or 6-1644. / [1643] Mr. Vice-Chancellors speech to His Maiestie, at Christ-Church in Oxford, on New Yeares Day: when in the name of the whole vniversitie, he presented His Majestie with a faire guilt cup, and two hundred pounds of gold in it.
Prynne, William, 1600-1669. / [Printed in the year 1649] Mr VVilliam Prynn his defence of stage-plays, or A retractation of a former book of his called Histrio-mastix.:
Waller, Edmund, 1606-1687. / [1641] Mr. Wallers speech in Parliament, at a conference of both Houses in the painted chamber. 6. Iuly 1641:
Waller, Edmund, 1606-1687. / [Anno Dom. 1643] Mr. Wallers speech in the House of Commons, on Tuesday the fourth of July, 1643.: Being brought to the Barre, and having leave given him by the speaker, to say what hee could for himselfe, before they proceeded to expell him the House. Iuly 14. 1643. Imprimatur, John White.
Sedgwick, William, 1609 or 10-1669? / [Printed in the yeere 1649] Mr. William Sedgwicks letter to his Excellency Thomas Lord Fairfax, generall of the Parliaments forces, in prosecution of his answer to the remonstrance of the Army.
Wither, George, 1588-1667. / [1643] Mr. Wither his prophesie of our present calamity, and (except we repent) future misery.: Written by him in the yeare 1628.
Cooke, Frances, fl. 1649. / [1650] Mris. Cooke's Meditations, being an humble thanksgiving to her Heavenly Father,: for granting her a new life, having conclnded [sic] her selfe dead, and her grave made in the bottome of the sea, in that great storme. Jan. the 5th. 1649. / Composed by her selfe at her unexpected safe arrivall at Corcke.
[1660] Mris. Rump brought to bed of a monster,: with her terrible pangs, bitter teming [sic], hard labour, and lamentable travel from Portsmouth to Westminster, and the great misery she hath endured by this ugly, deformed, ill-shapen, base begotten babe, or monster of reformation, with the great care of nurse Haslerigg, and Mris London the midwife.
[1700] Mrs. Abigail, or, A Female skirmish between the wife of a country squire and the wife of a doctor in divinity with reflections thereupon : in a letter to a friend.
James, Elinor. / [1687] Mrs. Jame's defence of the Church of England, in a short answer to the canting address &c. with a word or two concerning a Quakers good advice to the Church of England, Roman Catholick, and Protestant dissenter.
James, Elinor. / [1681] Mrs. James her new answer to a speech said to be lately made by a noble peer of this realm
James, Elinor. / [1688?] Mrs. James's advice to the citizens of London
James, Elinor. / [1687] Mrs. James's vindication of the Church of England in an answer to a pamphlet entituled A new test of the Church of England's loyalty.
Sewall, Samuel, 1652-1730. / [1695] Mrs. Judith Hull, of Boston, in N.E. daughter of Mr. Edmund Quincey; late wife of John Hull Esq. deceased:
Green, Mary, Mrs. / [1693] Mrs. Mary Green, living at a haberdasher of hats, next door to the Three-Crane-Tavern in Chancery-Lane; hath by the blessing of God, and many years practice, learned a most excellent method of curing these distempers here under-mentioned. These are to Certifie all Persons whom it may Concern, that Mrs. Mary Green in Chancery-Lane, is Licensed by His Grace, the Lord Archbishop of Canterbury, for the Great Cures she hath performed on several Persons.
Mercurius Melancholicus, fl. 1648. / [Printed in the year. 1648] Mrs. Parliament her invitation of Mrs. London, to a Thankesgiving dinner.: For the great and mighty victorie, which Mr. Horton obtained over Major Powell in Wales. Their discourse, desires, designes, as you may heare from their own mouthes. Munday 29 of May, in the eight yeare of the reigne of our soveraigne Lady Parliament. ...
[1642] Mrs. Wardens observations upon her husbands reverend speech in the presence of certaine gentlewomen of Ratcliffe and Wapping.: