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Crouch, Humphrey, fl. 1635-1671. / [1642] My bird is a Round-head. Being a very pleasant and true relation of a man in Northamptonshire, that kept a tame owle in his house, whom he called Round-head, and how one of his neighbors had him before a justice, for calling his owle Round-head. To the tune of, Let us to the wars againe.
Hubbersty, Stephen, 1632?-1711. / [1670] My dearly beloved Friends and brethren whom the Lord hath reached unto, and visited with his heavenly power, by which you have been gathered to himself to eat of the finest of the wheat.
Tany, Thomas, fl. 1649-1655. / [1655?] My edict royal:
Lucas of Shenfield, John Lucas, Baron, 1606-1671. / [1670 i.e. 1671] My Lord Lucas his speech in the House of Peers, Feb. the 22. 1670/1 upon the reading of the subsidy bill the second time, in the presence of His Majesty.
Argyll, Archibald Campbell, Marquis of, 1598-1661. / [1661] My Lord Marquis of Argyle his speech upon the scaffold, the 27 of May 1661 as it was spoken by himself, and written in short-hand by one that was present.
Dorchester, Henry Pierrepont, Marquis of, 1606-1680. / [1642] My Lord Newarks speech to the trained-bands of Nottingham-shire at Newark, 13. July. 1642. Concerning His Maiesties commission of array.
Pembroke, Philip Herbert, Earl of, 1584-1650. / [Printed in the yeare, 1648] My Lord of Pembrokes speech to His Maiesty, concerning the treaty:: vpon the commissioners arrivall at Newport, in the Isle of Wight, Saturday Sept. 16. An Dom. 1648. / Taken verbatim by Michael Oldsworth.
Whitlocke, Bulstrode, 1605-1675 or 6. / [1659 i.e. 1660] My Lord Whitlock's reports on Machiavil; or His recollections for the use of the students of modern policy.
England and Wales. Sovereign (1603-1625 : James I) / [Anno 1615] My the King. Letters patents, commanding that no greater or other customes, imposts, fees, entrie-siluer, or other dueties whatsoeuer, shalbe hereafter taken, extracted or receiued, by any officers or subiects of England and Ireland, from Scottish-men, or Scottish ships or any goods or merchandizes imported or exported by them or their ships, then is vsually receiued from English and Irish men, English and Irish ships, or any goods imported or exported by them or their ships, to or from England and Ireland, in all respects: and that Scottish ships bee no more reputed or accompted strangers bottomes, but free bottomes, paying no more customes, impositions or other dueties for goods imported, or exported by them, then if they were imported or exported in English or Irish bottomes, to or from England or Ireland.
[1660] My vvife.
Bradshaw, William, 1571-1618. / [1606] A myld and iust defence of certeyne arguments, at the last session of Parliament directed to that most Honorable High Court, in behalfe of the ministers suspended and deprived &c: for not subscribing and conforming themselues etc Against an intemperat and vniust consideration of them by M. Gabril Powell. The chiefe and generall contents wherof are breefely layd downe immediatly after the epistle.
Bucer, Martin, 1491-1551. / [1566] The mynd and exposition of that excellente learned man Martyn Bucer, vppon these wordes of S. Mathew: Woo be to the wordle [sic] bycause of offences. Math. xviij. Faythfully translated in to Englishe, by a faythfull brother, with certayne obiections [and] answeres to the same
Calvin, Jean, 1509-1564. / [M. D. XLVIII 1548] The mynde of the godly and excellent lerned man M. Ihon Caluyne what a faithfull man, whiche is instructe in the worde of God, ought to do, dwellinge amongest the papistes.
Palfreyman, Thomas, d. 1589? / [The .vii. daye of Maye, in the yeare of our Lorde a thousande .v. hundred and syxtye 1560] A myrrour or cleare glasse for all estates, to looke in, conteining briefly in it the true knovvledge and loue of god, and the charitie of a faithfull christian tovvardes his neyghbour.
[1682] Mysogynus, or, A satyr upon women
Mornay, Philippe de, seigneur du Plessis-Marly, 1549-1623. / [anno Dom. 1612] The mysterie of iniquitie: that is to say, The historie of the papacie. Declaring by what degrees it is now mounted to this height, and what oppositions the better sort from time to time haue made against it. Where is also defended the right of emperours, kings, and Christian princes, against the assertions of the cardinals, Bellarmine and Baronius. By Philip Morney, knight, Lord du Plessis, &c. Englished by Samson Lennard.
Powel, Gabriel, 1576-1611. / [1607] The mysterie of redemption. Or The particular manner how man is redeemed from sinne, iustified before God, and made partaker of euerlasting life. Describing the nature, causes, parts, properties and effects of iustification. With divers sweet and comfortable prayers interposed betweene euerie chapter.
Bruce, Robert, 1554-1631. / [1614] The mysterie of the Lords Supper Cleerely manifested in five sermons; two of preparation, and three of the Sacrament it selfe. By a reverend and faithfull preacher of Gods word.
Brayne, John. / [1649] The mysterie of the true ministry unvailed as it was to be before, under, and shall be after Antichrists time, and the unlawfulness of the call of the now ministry. By a witness of the gospel, John Brayne.
Violet, Thomas, fl. 1634-1662. / [anno Dom. 1653] Mysteries and secrets of trade and mint-affairs: with several reasons against transporting treasure; and waies set down for preventing the same : formerly presented to the Right Honorable the Lord Bradshaw, (at whose desire I undertook this pains,) and presented it to the late Council of State : and now enlarged, and humbly presented to this present Parlament of the Common-wealth of England, in Aug. 1653. / By Tho. Violet of London, goldsmith.
Milbourne, Luke, 1649-1720. / [1692] Mysteries in religion vindicated, or, The filiation, deity and satisfaction of our Saviour asserted against Socinians and others with occasional reflections on several late pamphlets / by Luke Milbourne ...
J. V. / [1686] The mysteries of Mount Calvary opened and improved. In a dialogue betwixt Christ and the soul. By J.V. rector of Woodston, in the county of Huntington.
Garner, Robert. / [1646] Mysteries unvailed wherein the doctrine of redemption by Jesus Christ, flowing from the glorious grace and everlasting love of God, the very fountain of life and salvation unto lost sinners, is handled : the most usuall Scriptures explained and reasons answered, which are urged for the universality of the death of Christ for all persons : vvherein the unsoundness of this opinion, together with divers other conclusions as depending upon it, are discovered and the truth unvailed / by Robert Garner.
Lover of his country's peace. / [1683] The mystery of Ambras Merlins, standardbearer wolf, and last boar of Cornwal with sundry other misterious prophecys, both ancient and modern, plainly unfolded in the following treatise, on the signification and portent of that prodigious comet, seen by most part of the world, anno 1680, with the blazing star anno 1682, and the conjunctions of Saturn and Jupiter in October following and since : all which do purport many sad calamitys to befall most parts of the Europian [sic] continent in general before the year 1699, ... the ruin of the House of Austria, Vienna, and the Empire of Germany : with Rome, Italy, and the Pope and Papicy [sic], the king and kingdom of France, with several other countrys [sic] in Europe, and the danger of an invation [sic] in England by the Turks, and then the convertion [sic] of the said nation to the Christian faith, before this present expedition of the Turks into Hungary and Germany be over, which will be followed, (1) with the calling of the Jews, (2) the reducing of all wayes of religious worship into one by which an universal peace will ensue to all the earth / written by a lover of his country's peace, Anno Domini, 1683.
A. B. / [1699] The mystery of atheism, or, The devices made use of to countenance and propagate it together with the evil and danger of them, set forth in several letters to a friend : wherein is made appear, that 'tis not want of evidence, but sincerity that makes men atheists / by the author of the Mystery of phanaticism.
Maynwaringe, Everard, 1628-1699? / [MDCXCIII. 1693] The mystery of curing comprehensively. Explained and confirm'd, by exemplar of the Catholic medicine. Powerfully impregnated, and accuratly formed; to assist the regent principle, disabled, or impeded in vital government. Enabled hereby; more vigorously, and constantly to execute; the functions and daily operations; necessary to health, and life. For support of human bodyes, variously declining; and recovery out of a diseased state. The most useful, efficacious, and comprehensive expedient; (preventive and curative) against the painful diseased, and decays of human nature. By E. Maynwaringe. M.D. Jan. 11. 1693/3. Imprimatur. Edm. Bohun.
Gray, Andrew, 1633-1656. / [Anno 1668] The mystery of faith opened up: or Some sermons concerning faith (two where of were not formerly printed.) Wherein the nature, excellency, and usefulness of that noble grace is much cleared, and the practice thereof most powerfully pressed. Whereunto are added other three sermons, two concerning the great salvation, one of these not formerly printed, and a third concerning death. / By that pious and worthy servant of Jesus Christ, Mr. Andrew Gray, late minister of the Gospel in Glasgow. All these sermons being now carefully revised, and much corrected.
I. C. / [1654] The mystery of godlines, or, Godlinesse in a mystery, or, The character of a saint, in seeming contradictions by I.C., the meanest labourer in Christs vineyard.
Sparke, William, 1587-1641. / [1628] The mystery of godlinesse a generall discourse of the reason that is in Christian religion. By William Sparke divinity reader at Magd: Coll: in Oxford, and parson of Blechly in B[uck]ingham-shire.
Meager, Leonard, 1624?-1704? / [1697] The mystery of husbandry, or, Arable, pasture and wood-land improved Containing the whole art and mystery of agriculture or husbandry, in bettering and improving all degrees of land ... : directions for marling, dunging, mudding, sanding ... : proper times for sowing, chusing good seed, and ploughing ... : how to keep corn and other pulse from being destroyed by birds, vermin, lightening, mildew ... : To which is added The countryman's alamack. / by Lenard Meager.
Dillingham, William, 1617?-1689. / [1689] The mystery of iniquity anatomized by William Dillingham.
Bury, Arthur, 1624-1713. / [1660] The mystery of iniquity discovered to work in the children of disobedience whereby the pretended godliness of schismaticks appeareth to be the greatest ungodliness : in a cathedral-lecture at St. Peters in Exon / by Arthur Bury ...
Stafford, Richard, 1663-1703. / [Printed on January 7. 1692] The mystery of iniquity somewhat laid open: in a letter to the present Governour: wherein is also contained an history and recital and proposal of sundry things to be made known and remembred, and to be done accordingly. In that letter which I carried to thing house at Kensington on November 3. 1691. which was there burnt (as near as I can remember) the words contained therein was to this following effect, viz.
Allen, William, d. 1686. / [1675] The mystery of iniquity unfolded, or, The false apostles and the authors of popery compared in their secular design and means of accomplishing it by corrupting the Christian religion under pretence of promoting it
Protestant and true English-man. / [1689] The mystery of iniquity working in the dividing of Protestants, in order to the subverting of religion and our laws for almost the space of 30 years last past, plainly laid open with some advices to Protestants of all perswasions in the present juncture of our affairs : to which is added A specimen of a bill for uniting of Protestants / by a Protestant and a true English-man.
A. B. / [1698] The mystery of phanaticism. Or, The artifices of dissenters to support their schism·: Together with the evil and danger of them. Set forth in several letters to a friend. Wherein is made appear, that nothing but the subtilty and cunning of their teachers, doth now hinder the people from conformity. By a divine of the Church of England.
Payne, William, 1650-1696. / [1697] The mystery of the Christian faith and of the Blessed Trinity vindicated and the divinity of Christ proved in three sermons preach'd at Westminster-Abbey upon Trinity-Sunday, June the 7th, and September 21, 1696 / by the late Reverend William Payne ... ; in the press before his death, and by himself ordered to be published.
Pack, Samuel. / [MDCXCI 1691] The mystery of the Gospel unvail'd wherein is plainly shewed and proved, that the man Christ Jesus has honoured all the perfections of God more than Adam and all his posterity could have done, had they continuted in their primitive state of innocency / first preached, and now published by Samuel Pack.
Troughton, William, 1614?-1677? / [1656] The mystery of the marriage song and mutuall spirituall embraces between Christ & his spouse opened, in an exposition with practicall notes & observations on the whole forty-fifth Psalme / by W. Troughton ...
Walker, Clement, 1595-1651. / [printed in the yeare, 1647] The mystery of the two ivntos Presbyterian and independent. Or, The serpent in the bosome vnfolded.
Robotham, John, fl. 1654. / [1654] The mystery of the two witnesses unvailed: Wherein wee have a description of their persons time acts death and office. manner of prophecie. sufferings. resurrection. With the consequences that follow. Together with the seaventh trumpet, and the kingdome of Christ explained. by John Robotham, preacher of the Gospel in Dover.
Parker, John, 1564-1614. / [1650] The mystery of the vialls opened:: being a short exposition upon the pouring out of the four last vialls, mentioned in the 16 chapter of the Revelation: wherein divers things relating to times present, past, and to come, are discovered: as the ruine of Antichrist, and the severall degrees thereunto; and the shadowing out these times wherein we live, are generally surveyed.
[1647] A mystery which the angels desired to look into.: 1 Pet. 1. 11. 12.
Shipton, William. / [1668] The myster[y] of afflictions. Being the substance of a sermon discoursed: By W.S. Master of Arts, and Rector of Eskrick.
Knollys, Hanserd, 1599?-1691. / [1679] Mystical Babylon availed wherein is proved, I. That Rome-papal is mystical-Babylon, II. That the Pope of Rome is the beast, III. That the Church of Rome is the great whore, IV. That the Roman-priests are the false prophet : also A call to the people of God to come out of Babylon / by Hanserd Knollys ...
Brinsley, John, 1600-1665. / [1653] The mystical brasen serpent: with the magnetical vertue thereof. or, Christ exalted upon the cross, with the blessed end and fruit of that his exaltation, in drawing the elect world to himself, to believe on Him, and to be saved by Him. In two treatises, from John 3. 14, 15. 12. 32. Whereunto is added A treatise of the saints joint-membership each with other. As they were delivered to the Church of God at Great Yarmouth, by John Brinsley, minister of the gospel, and preacher to that incorporation. Imprimatur, Edm. Calamy. July 30. 1652.
Stedman, Rowland, 1630?-1673. / [1668] The mystical union of believers with Christ, or, A treatise wherein that great mystery and priviledge of the saints union with the Son of God is opened in the nature, properties, and necessity of it, the way how it is wrought, and the principal Scripture-similitudes whereby it is illustrated, together with a practical application of the whole / by Rowland Stedman ...