|Author / [Publication date]
|Blandford, Susannah. /
[Printed in the year 1698]
||A small account given forth by one that hath been a traveller for these 40 years in the good old way And as an incouragement to the weary to go forward; I by experience have found there is a rest remains for all they that truly trusts in the Lord. S.B.
| J. L. /
[April 20. 1654]
||A small mite, in memory of the late deceased (yet still living, and never to be forgotten) Mr. William Erbery.: Being 1. An acrostick on the letters of his name. 2. An elegie on his death, or worthy living fame. Whereunto are added two new songs: the one being some brief touches on the 12 chapter of the Revelation, more fully to be enlarged in the experimental Christian. The other, touching the doing away of sin through the Lord Christ in our souls, and the dostroying [sic] all our mental enemies: with other remarkable passages. Some are dead that seem alive: but Erbery's worth shall still survive.
|Whistler, Henry. /
||A small present to a Roman Catholique in opposition to his present hear-say tradition, as not agreeable to the rule of faith ... / by Henry Whistler, Bac. Theol.
|Potter, William. /
||A small table to find the day of the month for ever. Which may be graven upon a piece of coine, the case of a watch, a tobaccho-box, or any such like. Very usefull for men of all sorts and qualities, to carry about them. Invented, and at first intended onely for private use, by W. Potter.
|Shewen, William, 1631?-1695. /
||A small treatise concerning evil thoughts and imaginations and concerning good thoughts and heavenly meditations ... / by W. S.
|Fox, George, 1624-1691. /
[printed in the year 1675]
||A small treatise concerning swearing in the old time of the law, with its use and an end put to it in the Gospel by Jesus Christ, who forbiddeth all swearing, and sets up yea and nay instead thereof. By G. Fox.
|Barber, Edward, d. 1674? /
[Printed in the yeere 1641. i.e. 1642]
||A small treatise of baptisme, or, dipping. VVherein is cleerely shewed that the Lord Christ ordained dipping for those only that professe repentance and faith. 1. Proved by scriptures. 2. By arguments. 3. A paralell [sic] betwixt circumcision and dipping. 4. An answere to some objections by P.B. Psal.119.l30. By Edvvard Barber.
|Blandford, Susannah. /
[printed in the year, 1700]
||A small treatise writ by one of the true Christian faith who believes in God and in his son Jesus Christ. By S.B.
|Whitehead, John, 1630-1696. /
||A small treatise, wherein is briefly declared some of those things which I have heard, & seen, and learn't of the Father with a testimony against such as doe or shall invent forms of doctrine or worship, and by outward force compel people thereto : here is also the calling and work of that ministery which is owned by the people of God called Quakers in short spoken of : and a true character given of their temper of spirit, manner of life and worship, wherein is briefly hinted what God hath done and will doe for them / by John Whitehead.
| Smart, quack doctor. /
||Smart's aurum purgans.:
|Brayne, John. /
||The smoak of the Temple cleared, through the light of the Scripture· By the unworthiest of al the ministers of Christ Jo. Brayne.
| Holland, John, porter. /
||The smoke of the bottomlesse pit. Or, A more true and fuller discovery of the doctrine of those men which call themselves Ranters:: or, the Mad Crew. / By John Holland porter, an eye and ear witnesse. Licensed and entred according to order.