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[1694] Psailm dhaibhidh a meadar dhana gaordbeilg, do rèir na Heabbra: / agus na translàsiozin is fearr a mbéarla agus a nlaidin, do thionnsgnadh le Seandh Earraghaoidheal san bhliadhna 1659, agus anois air a ntabhairt gu crich, do chum gu dèanta an seinm a neaglaisaibh agus a dteaghlachaibh a ghnáthuigheas an chánamhain sin.
[1679] A psalm of thanksgiving,: to be sung by the children of Christs-Hospital, on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday in Easter holy-days (according to ancient custom) at St. Mary Spittle, for their founders and benefactors, 1679.
Tudway, Thomas, 1655 or 6-1726. / [1681] Psalm the XX. Verse. The Lord hear thee in the day of trouble, the name of the God of Jacob defend thee.
[Anno. 1588.] Psalmau dafydd o'r vn cyfieithiad a'r Beibl cyffredin.
António, Prior of Crato, 1531-1595. / [Anno Domini. 1596] Psalmes of confession found in the cabinet of the most excellent King of Portingal, Don Antonio, first of that name, written with his owne hand. Wherein the sinner calleth vpon the mercie of God for his sinne. Translated out of the Latine copie, printed at Paris by Federike Morell.
[1581] The Psalmes of Dauid truly opened and explaned by paraphrasis, according to the right sense of euerie Psalme. With large and ample arguments before euerie Psame, declaring the true vse thereof. To the which is added a briefe table, shewing wherevnto euery Psalme is particularly to be applied, according to the direction of M. Beza and Tremellius. Set foorth in Latine by that excellent learned man Theodore Beza. And faithfully translated into English, by Anthonie Gilbie, and by him newly purged from sundrie faultes escaped in the first print, and supplied with the principal pointes of euerie Psalme, summarilie set downe in a table at the end of the booke.
Stile, Christopher. / [1588] Psalmes of inuocation vpon God to preserue her Maiestie and the people of this lande, from the power of our enemies. Collected and gathered togither, by Christopher Stile.
[1636] The Psalmes of King David: translated by King Iames:
Byrd, William, 1542 or 3-1623. / [1599?] Psalmes, sonets, & songs of sadnes and pietie made into musicke of fiue parts: whereof, some of them going abroad among diuers, in vntrue coppies, are heere truely corrected, and th'other being songs very rare and newly composed, are heere published, for the recreation of all such as delight in musicke: by William Byrd one of the Gent: of the Queenes Maiesties royall chappell.
Vilant, William. / [Printed in the year 1689] Psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs. In two parts. / By Mr. William Vilant, the author of The gospel-call in meeter.
[1698] The Psalms of David in English metre translated from the original and suited to all the tunes now sung in churches, with the additions of several new by Luke Milbourne.
[1678] The Psalms of David in meeter newly translated and diligently compared with the original text, and former translations, more plain, smooth, and agreeable to the text then any heretofore ; allowed by the authority of the General Assembly of the Kirk of Scotland, and appointed to be sung in congregations and families.
Patrick, John, 1632-1695. / [1694] The Psalms of David in meter fitted to the tunes used in parish-churches / by John Patrick ...
[1680] The Psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs of the Old & New testament, faithfully translated into English meeter. For the use, edification and comfort of the saints in publick and private, especially in New-England
[1603.. ] Psalmæ y brenhinol brophvvyd Dafydh gwedi i cynghanedhu mewn mesurau cymreig. / Gann Gapten Wiliam Middelton. ; Yn nesaf y gallodh at fedhwl yr yfpryd glân..
[1549] The Psalter of Dauid newely translated into Englysh metre in such sort that it maye the more decently, and wyth more delyte of the mynde, be reade and songe of al men. Wherunto is added a note of four partes, wyth other thynges, as shall appeare in the epistle to the readar.
[1646] The Psalter of David with titles and collects according to the matter of each Psalme. Whereunto is added, devotions for the help and assistance of all Christian people, in all occasions and necessities.
Goodridge, Richard. / [1684] The psalter, or, Psalms of David paraphras'd in verse set to new tunes and so design'd that by two tunes onely the whole number of psalms (four onely excepted) may be sung, one of which tunes is already known (being the usual tune of the C. psalm) : the other tunes onely are new, but any one of them being learnt all the other psalms may be sung by that one onely tune : as on the contrary any one psalm may be sung by all the new tunes, so that a greater facility for those who are less able to sing, or a greater variety for those who are more able, cannot reasonably be desired or afforded / by Richard Goodridge.
Wilson, John, 1595-1674. / [1657] Psalterium Carolinum. The devotions of His sacred Majestie in his solitudes and sufferings, rendred in verse. / Set to musick for 3 voices and an organ, or theorbo, by John Wilson Dr. and music professor of Oxford.
Marot, Clément, 1495?-1544. / [M.DC.LXXXVI 1686] Les Pseaumes de David mis en rime Françoise par Clem. Marot & Theodore De Beze.
Carpenter, Agricola. / [1652] Pseuchographia anthropomagica or, a magicall description of the soul: wherein is set forth the nature, genesis and exodus of it. By Agricola Carpenter.
Gadbury, John, 1627-1704. / [1660] Pseudo-astrologos, or, The spurious prognosticator unmasked being a short examen of the the manifold errors and fallacies, falshoods, and flatteries published by Mr. W. Lilly in his Merlin 1659 : wherein his ignorance in astrology is explained ... / by G.J.
[Printed in the year, 1648] Pseudo Johannensium Polymastix qui Apollini Sminthei et Jovi Apomuiō sacros, profanos, devotos, dicatos, hommunciones, agasones, nebulones, explicat lacessit, lacerat. St. Johns in sippets drest, no flesh nor fish, the giblets of a malt horse packt it dish, stuffe that would choake a mallats crany throat, Manchesters impe in a blew scarlet coat; adopted pettitoes to th' houses stumps cloven into Presbyterian lumps and independent; may they serve to be their masters porters to the gallow tree: may these blinde beare whelpes lasht be to resent, beare whelps neer lickt t' a form of government: the whore of Babylon who'l feare when these bastards are whipt to their owne parishes.
S.N. (Sylvester Norris), 1572-1630. / [M.DC.XXIII. 1623] The pseudo-scripturist. Or A treatise wherein is proued, that the wrytten Word of God (though most sacred, reuerend, and diuine) is not the sole iudge of controuersies, in fayth and religion. Agaynst the prime sectaries of these tymes, who contend to maintayne the contrary. Written by N.S. Priest, and Doctour of Diuinity. Deuided into two parts. And dedicated to the right honorable, and reuerned iudges of England, and the other graue sages of the law.
Ellis, Humphrey, d. 1676. / [1650] Pseudochristus: or, A true and faithful relation of the grand impostures, horrid blasphemies, abominable practises gross deceits; lately spread abroad and acted in the county of Southampton, by William Frankelin and Mary Gadbury, and their companions. The one most blasphemously professing and asserting himself to be the Christ, the Messiah, the Son of God who dyed and was crucified at Jerusalem for the sins of the people of God. The other as wickedly professing and asserting her self to be the Spouse of Christ, called, the Lady Mary, the Queen, and Bride, and Lambs Wife. Together with the visions and revelations, to which they did pretend their ways of deceiving, with the names and actions of sundry persons deceived by them. As also their examinations and confessions before the justices of the peace, their imprisonment, and their tryal before the judg of assize, at the last assize holden at Winchester, March 7. 1649. Published for a publique benefit and warning to every one to take heed to himself, that he be not deceived by the errors and deceits of these present times. / By Humphry Ellis, minister of the word in the city of Winton.
Heydon, John, b. 1629. / [1665] Psonthophachia, or, A quintuple Rosie-crucian scourge for the due correction of that pseudo-chymist and scurrilous emperick Geo. Thomson being in part a vindication of the learned Society of Physitians / by J. Heydon.
Beesley, Henry, 1605-1675. / [1656] Psychomachia, or, The soules conflict with the sins of vain glory, coldnesse in professing Christ, envie, photinianism (of the last resurrection), ingratitude, unpreparednes to meet the Lord, revenge, forgetfulness of God : pourtrayed in eight severall sermons, six whereof were delivered at St. Maries, and Christ-Church in Oxford, and two at Sherburn in Glocestershire / Henry Beesley ...
Mosley, Nicholas, 1611-1672. / [1653] Psychosophia: or, Natural & divine contemplations of the passions & faculties of the soul of man. In three books. By Nicholas Mosley, Esq;