|Author / [Publication date]
| Goodwin, John, 1594?-1665. /
[Printed in the yeere, 1643]
||Os ossis & oris. Or A collection of the most remarkeable passages in a book intituled, Os ossorianum. Or A bone for a bishop to pick,: written by a worthy minister of the VVord, John Goodwin, of Coleman street. Viz. 1. The most grave and weighty sentences and proverbs. 2. His most meeke and charitable demeanour. 3. The most home and reverent similitudes. 4. The neatest phrases, and most queint expressions. 5. His excellency in the allegoricall use of the militia. 6. The most concordant, and consonant passages. 7. His most modest, and mannerly behaviour towards his adversary. viz. the Reverend Father in God, Gr. Williams, Lord Bishop of Ossory.
|Goodwin, John, 1594?-1665. /
||Os ossorianvm, or, A bone for a bishop to pick being a vindication of some passages in a treatise lately published, called Anti-cavalierisme, from the impertinant and importune exceptions of Gr. Williams, the author of the Grand rebellion, calling himselfe by the name of the L. Bishop of Ossory : wherein likewise, the malignitie of severall passages in the said Grand rebellion against the Parliament is discovered, and that question further cleared, how and in what sense kingly government may be said to be the ordinance of God, so that it may indifferently serve for an answer to that whole discourse / by the author of the sayd treatise of Anti-cavalierisme.
|Havers, Clopton, d. 1702. /
||Osteologia nova, or, Some new observations of the bones, and the parts belonging to them, with the manner of their accretion, and nutrition, communicated to the Royal Society in several discourses to which is added a fifth discourse of the cartilages / by Clopton Havers ...