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Deane, Edmund, 1582?-1640. / [1654] Spadacrene Anglica, the English spaw, or, The glory of Knaresborough: springing from several famous fountains there adjacent, called the vitrioll, sulphurous and dropping wels; and also other minerall waters. Their nature, physical use, situation, and many admirable cures being exactly exprest in the subsequent treatise of the learned Dr. Dean, and the sedulous observations of the ingenious Michael Stanhope Esquire. Wherein it is proved by reason and experience, that the vitrioline fountain is equall (and not inferiour) to the Germain spaw.
E. W. (Edward Wilson) / [1675] Spadacrene Dunelmensis, or, A short treatise of an ancient medicinal fountain or vitrioline spaw near the city of Durham together with the constituent principles, virtues and use thereof / by E.W. ...
Perceval, Richard, 1550-1620. / [1599] A Spanish grammar, first collected and published by Richard Perciuale Gent. Now augmented and increased with the declining of all the irregular and hard verbes in that toong, with diuers other especiall rules and necessarie notes for all such as shall be desirous to attaine the perfection of the Spanish tongue. Done by Iohn Minsheu professor of languages in London. Hereunto for the yoong beginners learning and ease, are annexed speeches, phrases, and prouerbes, expounded out of diuers authors, setting downe the line and the leafe where in the same bookes they shall finde them, whereby they may not onely vnderstand them, but by them vnderstand others, and the rest as they shall meete with them.
Corro, Antonio del, 1527-1591. / [1590] The Spanish grammer vvith certeine rules teaching both the Spanish and French tongues. By which they that haue some knowledge in the French tongue, may the easier attaine to the Spanish; and the likewise they that haue the Spanish, with more facilitie learne the French: and they that are acquainted with neither of them, learne either or both. Made in Spanish, by M. Anthonie de Corro. With a dictionarie adioyned vnto it, of all the Spanish wordes cited in this booke: and other more wordes most necessarie for all such as desire the knowledge of the same tongue. By Iohn Thorius, graduate in Oxenford.
Quiñones de Benavente, Juan de, 1600-1650. / [1685] The Spanish Otes, or, The unparallel'd imposture of Michael de Molina, executed at Madrid in the year 1641 faithfully translated out of Spanish.
[1625] The Spanish pilgrime: or, An admirable discouery of a Romish Catholicke Shewing how necessary and important it is, for the Protestant kings, princes, and potentates of Europe, to make warre vpon the King of Spaines owne countrey: also where, and by what meanes, his dominions may be inuaded and easily ruinated; as the English heretofore going into Spaine, did constraine the kings of Castile to demand peace in all humility, and what great losse it hath beene, and still is to all Christendome, for default of putting the same in execution. Wherein hee makes apparant by good and euident reasons, infallible arguments, most true and certaine histories, and notable examples, the right way, and true meanes to resist the violence of the Spanish King, to breake the course of his designes, to beate downe his pride, and to ruinate his puissance.
Duffett, Thomas. / [1674] The Spanish rogue as it was acted by His Majesties servants / written by Tho. Duffett.
[1620?] The Spanish tragedy, containing the lamentable murders of Horatio and Bellimperia: with the pitifull death of old Hieronimo. To the tune of Queene Dido..
[1555?] Spare your good.
Martin, Richard, 1570-1618. / [1603] A speach deliuered, to the Kings most excellent Maiestie in the name of the sheriffes of London and Middlesex. By Maister Richard Martin of the Middle Temple.
Luther, Martin, 1483-1546. / [1578] Special and chosen sermons of D. Martin Luther collected out of his writings and preachings for the necessary instruction and edification of such, as hunger and seeke after the perfect knowledge and inestimable glorie which is in Christ Iesu, to the comfort and saluation of their soules. Englished by VV.G.
Hodges, Richard, School-Master. / [1643 i.e. 1644] A special help to orthographie: or, The true-vvriting of English.: Consisting of such words as are alike in sound, and unlike both in their signification and writing: As also, of such words vvhich are so neer alike in sound, that they are sometimes taken one for another. Whereunto are added diverse orthographical observations, very needfull to be known. / Publisht by Richard Hodges, a school-master, dwelling in Southwark, at the Midle-gate within Mountague-close, for the benefit of all such as do affect true-writing.
Fuce, Joseph. / [1663] A special warrant given forth from the spirit of God (who is Lord over all lords and King over all kings) against the spirit of envy and persecution ... also some descriptions set down how this insufferable enemy (the spirit of persecution) may be known ... / written by Joseph Fuce.
[Octob. 6. 1642] Speciall and late passages from the most eminent places in Christendome: containing amongst others these particulars. The winning of the city of Perpinian from the Spaniard. The late proceedings of the Spanish army about Calis. Divers late victories of the Sweedes. The taking of John de Werth. The preparations in Holland for the Queens return. The taking of many Spanish ships by the Dutch Admirall. The distresse of Cullen. The tottering condition of the kingdome of Spaine. The late conspiracie in France, with many other matters of great consequence. / Sent from a Gentleman to his friend in London.
Stewart, William, Sir, d. 1647? / [Jan. 27. 1643] Speciall good news from Ireland,: being a true relation of a late and great victory obtained against the rebels in the north of Ireland: by that pious, prudent, and couragious commander, Sir VVill: Stewart, col. The truth whereof being confirmed by three severall letters directed to Mr. Abraham Pont, soliciter for the said Sir William in London.
[1643. The first of March] Speciall newes from Ireland.: Newly received in a letter from a gentleman of good worth in Dublin to a friend in London. Shewing the present condition of that poore kingdome, and the manner of the great victory, which God (most miraculously) hath given to the poore Protestants there.
J. B. / [Octob. 29. 1642] Speciall newes from the army at Warwicke since the fight:: sent from a minister of good note, to an alderman here in London: wherein is related the names of such that are slain and taken prisoners of both sides: and also the comming of the Marquesse of Hartford towards Hereford with 2000. men, but made to retreate againe by the appearing of the Lord Stampford and his forces: also the funerall of Colonel Charls Essex at Warwick, his body being borne to the grave by the Lo: Mandevill, Lo: Brookes, and some 4. or 6. colonels: with other remarkable passages of truth touching that great battle, not yet printed, which will give great satisfaction to the reader. Also a most pious passage uttered by his Excellency to Master Marshall, upon their discourse of the battle.
England and Wales. Sovereign (1558-1603 : Elizabeth I) / [1600] Speciall orders and directions by the Queenes Maiesties commandement to all iustices of peace, and all maiors, shiriffes, and all principall officers of cities, boroughs, and townes corporate, for stay and redresse of [dearth of graine]
Hyperius, Andreas, 1511-1564. / [1588?] A speciall treatise of Gods prouidence and of comforts against all kinde of crosses and calamities to be drawne from the same. With an exposition of the 107. Psalme. Heerunto is added an appendix of certaine sermons & questions, (conteining sweet & comfortable doctrine) as they were vttered and disputed ad clerum in Cambridge. By P. Baro D. in Diui. Englished by I.L. vicar of Wethers-fielde.
Craig, George, fl. 1624. / [1624] Specimen epigrammatum Iacobo Primo Britanniarum Regi dicatum a G. Cragio I.D.
Socrates Christianus, d. 1706. / [1689] A specimen of a declaration against debauchery tendered to the consideration of His Highness the Prince of Orange, and the present convention of the nation.
Williams, William, Sir, 1634-1700. / [1681] A specimen of the rhetorick, candour, gravity, and ingenuity of Wi. Williams, Speaker to the late House of Commons at Westminster, in his speech to Sir Robert Peyton, when he expell'd him that House
[1606] A Spectacle for vsurers and succors of poore folkes bloud whereby they may see, Gods iust dislike and reuenge, vpon their vncharitable and vnciuill oppression, with a horrible murther committed by a young man, that hanged his owne mother in August last, 1606.
Colclough, George. / [1571] The spectacle to repentance
Lichtenberger, Johannes, 15th cent. / [1663] Spectators, make a ring, that you may see the fatal battle which is like to be fought by two pow'rfull combatants:
[1679] Spectrum anti-monarchicum. Or, The ghost of Hugh Peters, as he lately appeared to his beloved son, the whole assembly of fanatick Presbyters.
Hickman, Henry, d. 1692. / [1674] Speculem Sherlockianum, or, A looking-glass in which the admirers of Mr. Sherlock may behold the man, as to his accuracy, judgement, orthodoxy by an obedient son of the Church of England.
Hickes, George, 1642-1715. / [1686] Speculum beatae virginis a discourse of the due praise and honour of the Virgin Mary / by a true Catholick of the Church of England.
Leighton, Alexander, 1568-1649. / [anno 1624] Speculum belli sacri: Or The looking-glasse of the holy war wherein is discovered: the evill of war. The good of warr. The guide of war. In the last of these I give a scantling of the Christian tackticks, from the levying of the souldier, to the founding of the retrait; together with a modell of the carryage, both of conquerour and conquered. I haue applyed the generall rules warranted by the Word, to the particular necessity of our present times.
Norden, John, 1548-1625? / [1593] Speculum Britanniae. The first parte an historicall, & chorographicall discription of Middlesex. Wherin are also alphabeticallie sett downe, the names of the cyties, townes, parishes hamletes, howses of name &c. W.th direction spedelie to finde anie place desired in the mappe & the distance betwene place and place without compasses. Cum priuilegio. By the trauaile and vew of Iohn Norden. Anno 1593.
Zanchi, Girolamo, 1516-1590. / [1614] Speculum Christianum or, A Christian suruey for the conscience. Containing, three tractates of that eminent, graue, and learned diuine, maister Hierome Zanchius. 1. Of the end of the world. 2. Of the perseuerance of the saints. 3. A summarie abridgement of his protections. Englished for the good of Gods church, and for a warning to wicked and impenitent men. By H.N.
Blaxland, Stephen. / [Anno 1657] Speculum Culmerianum wherein all persecuting, and malitious priests may behold the blindnesse of their zeale, the shame of their hypocricy, and the just reward of their unsatisfied malice. Being an answer to a scandalous book called A parish looking-glasse for persecutors of ministers, pretended to be writ by Richard Culmer the younger, in defence of his father Richard Culmer, Minister of Minster in the County of Kent ... / By Stephen Blaxland.
Kerswell, John. / [1665] Speculum gratitudinis; or, David's thankfulness unto God for all His benefits. Expressed in a sermon on the 29th of May, 1664. being Whitsunday, and the day of the happy birth and return of our Gracious King, Charles the Second. By John Kerswel, B.D. and rector of Goddington in Oxford-shire.
R. M. / [1659] Speculum libertatis Angliæ re restitutæ: or, The looking-glasse of Englands libertie really restored.: Being the representation of the just and equitable constitution of a real common-wealth, suitable to the earnest desires and expectation of most of the good people in the three nations, and as we hope the intendment of supream authority. Published for the incouragement and reviving of the hearts and hopes of all the well-affected.
Wolveridge, James, d. 1671. / [1670] Speculum matricis hybernicum, or, The Irish midwives handmaid catechistically composed by James Wolveridge, M.D. ; with a copious alphabetical index.
Larkin, Edward, 1623-1688. / [1659] Speculum patrum: A looking-glasse of the Fathers: wherein, you may see each of them drawn, characterized, and displayed in their colours. To which are added, the characters of some of the chief philosophers, historians, grammarians, orators, and poets. By Edward Larkin, late Fellow of Kings Colledge in Cambridge, and now minister of the Word at Limesfield in Surrey.
Vicars, John, 1579 or 80-1652. / [1649] Speculum scripturale schismaticorum: or, A scripture looking--glasse, most exactly characterizing all sorts of schismaticks: wherein, as, in a looking-glass, face answers face; so, scriptures paint seducers root and race: And, that they are the seedmen of all evil; and, must be shun'd, as serpents, or the Devil.
Polhill, Edward, 1622-1694? / [1678] Speculum theologiæ in Christo, or, A view of some divine truths which are either practically exemplified in Jesus Christ, set forth in the Gospel, or may be reasonably deduced from thence / by Edward Polhill ..., Esq.
Hopton, Arthur, 1587 or 8-1614. / [1611] Speculum topographicum: or The topographicall glasse Containing the vse of the topographicall glasse. Theodelitus. Plaine table, and circumferentor. With many rules of geometry, astronomy, topography perspectiue, and hydrography. Newly set forth by Arthur Hopton Gentleman.
[1700] A speech against pensioners
Bushell, Brown, d. 1651. / [1651] The speech and confession of Capt. Brown-Bushel, at the place of execution on Saturday last, under the scaffold on Tower-Hill: with the manner of his deportment, and his coming from the Tower in a scarlet cloak; as also his prayer, and desires to the people. Together with the manner of his tryall; and the articles and charge exbibited [sic] against him. / Written by G.H. an eye-witnesse.
Hyde, Henry, Sir, 1605 or 6-1651. / [1651] The speech and confession, of Sr Henry Hide (embassador for the King of Scotland, to the emperour of Turkie) at the place of execution, against the Royal Exchange in Cornhill, on the day the 4 of March, 1651. with the manner of his deportment on the scaffold; his kissing of the ax and block, his prayer; and oration to the people, touching his master the King; as also the manner how he was first taken in Turkie, by the English marchants, and sent prisoner to the Parliament, in the London-Dragon. With the charge exhibited against him at his tryal.
James, John, d. 1661. / [1661] The speech and declaration of John James, a weaver, in the press-yard, at Newgate, on Sunday last, to the Fifth-Monarchy-Men, and others; concerning his sermon preached at a private meeting in White-Chappel, taking his text out of the Psalms of David, whose words are here inserted. And the manner of his tryal before the Lord Chief Justice Foster, at the Kings-Bench in Westminster Hall; with the sentence pronounced against him to be drawn, hanged, and quartered, for preaching maliciously and traiterously against the life and safety of our soveraign lord the king, and against the peace and government of this realm:
Turner, James, d. 1664. / [1663 i.e 1664] The speech and deportment of Col. Iames Turner at his execution in Leaden-Hall-street January 21. 1663. Who was condemned for felony and burglary, in breaking up the house and robbing of Mr. Francis Tryon merchant, living in Limestreet, London. Licensed.
Russell, William, Lord, 1639-1683. / [1683] The speech and execution of William Lord Russel who was executed for high-treason against His Majesty, and conspiring the death of His Royal Highness, James, Duke of York : Saturday the 21th of this instant July the Lord Russel was beheaded in Lincolns-Inn-Fields.
Pym, John, 1584-1643. / [1641. i.e. 1642] A speech delivered at a conference with the Lords. January, XXV. MDCXLI.: By occasion of the petitions from the Citie of London, and the counties of Middlesex, Essex, and Hertford. By Iohn Pym, Esquire. Published by order of the House of Commons. Whereto are annexed two orders of the said House. The one, containing the thankes of the House, given to those of Hertfordshire. The other, for punishing of those who printed a false copie of that petition, and other libellous pamphlets.
Leslie, Henry, 1580-1661. / [1639] A speech, delivered at the visitation of Downe and Conner, held in Lisnegarvy the 26th. of September, 1638. Wherein, for the convincing of the non-conformists, there is a full confutation of the covenant lately sworne and subscribed by many in Scotland. Published by authority.
Pym, John, 1584-1643. / [June 15. 1642] A speech delivered by Mr. Pym, at a conference of both Houses; ocasioned from divers instructions, resolved upon by the House of Commons, and presented to the Lords, and read by Sir Henry Vayne. Discovering the dangers and miseries the three kingdomes are liable unto, by reason of his Majesties evill counsellors as the effects doth declare. As also, the justice, reasonablenesse, and necessitie of changing them.
Mervyn, Audley, Sir, d. 1675. / [1665] A speech delivered by Sir Audley Mervin Knight, His Majesties prime serjeant at law, and speaker of the House of Commons; to his grace James Duke of Ormond, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, in the presence chamber in the castle of Dublin, the seventh of November, 1665:
Mervyn, Audley, Sir, d. 1675. / [1662] A speech delivered by Sir Avdley Mervyn His Majesties prime serjeant at law in Ireland, and speaker of the House of Commons to his grace James Duke of Ormond, Lord Lievtenant of Ireland, in the presence chamber in the castle of Dublin, the 29. of July 1662
Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. / [Printed Anno, 1641] A speech delivered by Sir Francis Bacon, in the lower House of Parliament quinto Iacobi, concerning the article of naturalization of the Scottish nation.
Somerset, William Seymour, Duke of, 1588-1660. / [Ian. 20. Anno Dom. 1642] A speech delivered by the right honourable VVilliam Lord Marquesse Hartford, in the councell-chamber at Oxford,: to the Kings most Excellent Majesty, and the Lords of his Privie Councell, on Saturday Ianuary 14. 1642. Wherein he fully sets downe his opinion concerning the present warres, and an accomodation of peace between His Majesty and his high Court of Parliament.
Pym, John, 1584-1643. / [1641] A speech delivered in Parliament, by a worthy member thereof, and a most faithfull vvell-wisher to the Church and Common-weale;: concerning the grievances of the kingdome. By I.P. Esquire.
Wray, John, Sir, 1586-1655. / [1641] A speech delivered in Parliament, Novemb. 13, 1641 by Sir John Wray, a worthy member of that honorable assemblie, concerning the unlawfulnesse of bishops and episcopall authorities.
Beamount, Thomas. / [Novemb. 9. 1644] A speech delivered in the Commons House of Parliament, by that judicious, and worthy gentleman, Thomas Beamount Esquire: at the presenting of the petition of the knights, gentlemen, and freeholders, of the county of Leicester, on Wednesday the 6. of November, 1644. Also a true copie of the petition it selfe, subscribed with above 2000. hands.
England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II) / [1665] A speech delivered to His Majesty in the name of the French Church at the Savoy containing their humble thanks for His Majesty declaration in favor of those of the French nation, residing within his dominions / by A Lombard ...
Saye and Sele, William Fiennes, Viscount, 1582-1662. / [1641] A speech in Parliament of Right Honorable William, Lord Vicount Say and Seale mr. of His Majesties Court of Wards and Liveries, and one of His Majesties most Honourable Privie Councell : upon the hill against bishops power in civill affaires and courts of indicature.
Reading, John, 1588-1667. / [printed in the year 1660] A speech made before the King's most Excellent Majesty Charles the Second, on the shore where he landed at Dover. By Mr. John Reading B.D. who presented his Majesty with a Bible, the gift of the inhabitants there, May 25th. 1660.
Rous, Francis, b. 1615. / [MDCXLI. 1641] A speech made before the Lords in the upper House by Francis Rous Esquire, March the 16th. 1640.: Against Dr. Cossens, Dr. Maynwaring, and Dr. Beale; upon the complaint of Mr. Peter Smart.
Member of the Convention of the States in Scotland. / [1689] A speech made by a member of the Convention of the States in Scotland
True Protestant English gentleman. / [1680?] A speech made by a true Protestant English gentleman to incourage the city of London to petition for the sitting of the Parliament
Mervyn, Audley, Sir, d. 1675. / [Anno Dom. 1641] A speech made by Captaine Audley Mervin to the Vpper House of Parliament in Ireland, March 4. 1640.: Together with certaine articles (of high treason) against Sir Richard Bolton Lord Chancellor, John Lord Bishop of Derrie, Sir Gerard Lowther, Lord chiefe Justice of the Common-Pleas, and Sir George Radcliffe Knight. Unto which is added an humble and just remonstrance of the Parliament.
England and Wales. Sovereign (1509-1547 : Henry VIII) / [1642] A speech made by King Henry the 8th.: To the House of Commons the 23. of December, 1546. And in the 38. yeare of his raigne.
Wilde, John, 1590-1669. / [M. DC. XXXV. 1645] A speech made by Sergeant Wild in the honourable House of Commons, in the cause of Mercurius Britanicus: As it was also (the next day) delivered from his own mouth in a boate, as he past between the temple staires, and Westminster Bridge, heretofore call'd Kings Bridge.
Mervyn, Audley, Sir, d. 1675. / [1661] A speech made by Sir Audley Mervyn His Majesties prime serjeant at law in Ireland, the 11th. day of May in the House of Lords when he was presented speaker by the Commons, before the right honourable Sir Maurice Eustace Knight, Lord Chancellour of Ireland, Roger Earl of Orrery, and Charles Earl of Mountrath, His Majesties Lord Justices of his kingdom of Ireland.
Scroggs, William, Sir, 1623?-1683. / [1676] A speech made by Sir William Scrogg, one of His Majesties Sergeants at Law, to the Right Honourable the Lord High Chancellor of England, at his admission to the place of one of His Majesties Justices of the Court of Common-Pleas
[Printed, Anno Domini, 1642] A speech made by Sr. Thomas Lunsford, Colonell,: vvhen he was apprehended. With, a full relation, where, when, and how, he was taken; by the courage, magnanimity, and wise care of one Master John Benham, officer to the Honourable House of Commons. As may appeare by divers both in Windsor, and Maiden-head; of whom it is held in admiration.
Loudoun, John Campbell, Earl of, 1598-1663. / [1641] A speech made by the Lord Lowden to the Lords in the Upper House of Parliament in Scotland, the 20 of Septemb., Anno 1641 concerning the restoration of the electoriall family.
[1642] A Speech made by the Right Honorable Iohn, Earl of Bristoll, in the high court of Parliament, May 20. 1642 concerning an accommodation : whereunto is added, the copy of a letter sent from the Right Honourable, the Lord Paget, Lord Lieutenant of the county of Buckingham, to the Right Honourable the Earl of Holland, shewing the great readinesse of that county, to obey the ordinance of the Parliament touching the militia.
Hamilton, James Douglas, Duke of, 1658-1712. / [1689] A speech made by the right honourable the Earl of Arran, to the Scotch nobility and gentry, met together at the council chamber in White-Hall, on the eighth of January 1688, about an address to His Highness the Prince of Orange, to take upon him the government of the kingdom of Scotland.
Hamilton, James Douglas, Duke of, 1658-1712. / [Printed in the year 1689] A speech made by the Right Honourable the Earl of Arran, to the Scots nobility and gentry: met together at the council chamber in White-hall, on the eight of January 1689, about an address to His Highness the Prince of Orange, to take upon him the government of the kingdom of Scotland.
Monmouth, Henry Carey, Earl of, 1596-1661. / [Printed in the yeare, 1641 i.e. 1642] A speech made in the House of Peeres. By the Right Honourable the Earle of Monmouth, on Thursday the thirteenth of Ianuary 1641: Upon the occasion of the present destractions, and of his Majesties removall from White-hall. VVith the humble petition of the inhabitants of the county of Buckingham, in the behalfe of Mr. Hampden, knight for the said county, and of the rest of the said members of Parliament, accused by his Majestie of treason. With his Majesties gratious answer thereunto. As also the humble petition of divers of the knights, gentlemen, clergy and and [sic] other inhabitants of the county of Sommerset. With the last true newes from Ireland.
Jordan, Thomas, 1612?-1685? / [1660] A speech made to his excellency the Lord General Monck and the council of state, at Fishmongers-Hall in London. The thirteenth of April, 1660. At which time they were entertained by that honorable company. / Written by Tho. Jordan. After a song of difference betwixt the lawyer, the soldier, the citizen and the countrey-man. The chorus being ended. Enter the ghost of Massianello fisher-man of Naples.
[1650] A speech made to the declared King of Scots, by one of his chaplains at his departure from Breda, to take shipping, with several rules and directions how to behave himself towards the people. Also, the last newes from sea, touching a great Flemish fleet with the King of Scots, and the Duke of Buckingham, their putting in at the Isle of Jersey; together with intelligence from Scotland, and the Isle of Silly.
Falkland, Lucius Cary, Viscount, 1610?-1643. / [1641] A speech made to the Hovse of Commons concerning episcopacy by the Lord Viscount Faulkeland.
[1662?] [The speech of ...] who was shot to death in the Isle of Man, [the 2. of Jan. 1662]
Reverend Bishop of the Church of England. / [1679] The speech of a reverend bishop of the Church of England in defense of themselves and the government against the malicious libels of these times
Puritanomastix, Antibrownistus. / [1642] The speech of a warden to the fellowes of his company: touching the great affaires of the kingdome.: Wherein your judgement will stand amazed to decide whether his wisdome or learning did exceed. And doubtlesse is such a speech as was never spoken by any warden since the Citie was made a corporation. / Published by Antibrownistus Puritanomastix.
Honest Council-man. / [1689?] The speech of an honest Common-council man. Mr. Chairman, the discent from France, I confess finds more credit with me than I was willing at first to give it; and from the just apprehension I have of the consequences of it, I now rise to speak; ...
Warren, Henry, d. 1652. / [1652] The speech of Captain Henry Warren at the place of execution neer Wapping-Dock, on Thursday last, being the fourteenth of this instant October, 1652.: With his prayer immediatly before his death, and a perfect narrative of all his proceedings at sea, in relation to the late King, Parliament, and the Dutch fleet. Published according to order.
Pamphlin, Charles, d. 1678. / [1678] The speech of Charles Pamphlin at his execution in Covent-Garden on Wednesday the 22th of May, 1678, for murdering Lieutenant Dalison taken from his own mouth, by two persons that all the while stood in the cart by him.
Trinder, Charles. / [1687/8 i.e. 1688] The speech of Charles Trinder, recorder of Gloucester at his entrance upon that office, January the 8th, 1687/8.
Grove, Hugh, d. 1655. / [1655] The speech of Collonel Hugh Grove, upon the scaffold at Exceter, on Munday last, immediately before his head was severed from his body.: With his prayer a little before death, and his declaration and protest to the people, touching a [brace] a [sic] loyal heart, a faithful conscience, a bloody scaffold, and a fatal axe. / Taken by an impartial hand, and transmitted to the press, to the end, it might be printed, published, and dispierced, throughout the three nations of England, Scotland, and Ireland.
Sares, John, d. 1651. / [1652] The speech of Collonel John Sares, delivered at the place of execution on the tenth of this instant month at Chester:: with his protestation, that if he had a head of hair as big as Absolon, and every hair as strong as Sampson, he would spend them all for the good and honour of his king. Likewise, the charge of high treason read against him at the bar, for adhering to Charles the II, and his declaration upon the ladder: together with his tryumphant speech when the rope was put over his neck, saying; what a gallant mourning ribbon is this, which I wear for the true loyalty I bear to my king.
Rogers, Malcolm, Collonel. / [1654] The speech of Collonel Malcomb Rogers (agent for the King of Scots) at the same place of execution at Edenborough in Scotland, where the Earl of Montross lost his life, for his raising of forces against the English, in the name and defence of his masters prerogatives.: With the manner of his tryal before the officers of the army; the articles and charge, read, and exhibited against him by the judge advocate, the fatal sentence pronounced at the bar of justice; and a narrative of the transactions of the whole business.
Lovelace, Francis, 1594-1664. / [1660] The speech of Francis Lovelace Esquire recorder of Canterbury.: To the Kings most Excellent Majestie at his coming to Canterbury the 27 day of October 1660.
Lovelace, Francis, 1594-1664. / [1660] The speech of Francis Lovelace, Esquire, recorder of the city of Canterbvry to His Majestie King Charles the Second, upon his arrivall to Kent, and coming to Canturbury that day he landed, being the 25th day of May, 1660, and in the twelth year of his reign over England & c.
[1665] The speech of Her Majesty the Queen Mother's palace, upon the reparation and enlargement of it, by Her Majesty.
Romney, Henry Sidney, Earl of, 1641-1704.  / [1692] The speech of his excellency, Henry Lord Viscount Sydney, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, to both Houses of Parliament assembled at Dublin. October 5. 1692.
Moray, Alexander Stewart, Earl of, d. 1701. / [1686] The speech of His Grace Alexander, Earl of Morray, His Majesties high commissioner, at the opening of the second session of the first parliament of His Majesties ancient kingdom of Scotland, the 29th of April, 1686
Melville, George Melville, Earl of, 1634?-1707. / [1690] The speech of His Grace George Earl of Melvill, Their Majesties High Commissioner, at the opening of the second session of the first Parliament of Their Majesties ancient kingdom of Scotland, the 15th of April
Lauderdale, John Maitland, Duke of, 1616-1682. / [1673] The speech of His Grace the Duke of Lauderdale, His Majesties high-commissioner from the kingdom of Scotland, to the Parliament there, the twelfth of November, 1673
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1661-1669 : Ormonde) / [1662] The speech of His Grace, James Duke of Ormond, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, to both Houses of Parliament, on Saturday the 27 of September, 1662. Upon His Graces giving the royal assent to several Acts of Parliament.
England and Wales. Lord Protector (1658-1660 : R. Cromwell) / [1659] The speech of His highness the Lord Protector, made to both Houses of Parliament at their first meeting, on Thursday the 27th of January 1658.: As also the speech of the right Honourable Nathaniel Lord Fiennes, one of the Lords Keepers of the Great Seal of England, made at the same time.
Cromwell, Oliver, 1599-1658. / [1654] The speech of His Highnesse the Lord Protector to the Parliament in the painted chamber at Westminster, on Munday last, being the fourth of this instant September, 1654. Examined by the original copy ; published by order and authority.
Cromwell, Oliver, 1599-1658. / [1654 i.e. 1655] The speech of His Higness the Lord Protector, to the Parliament, upon his dissolving of the House on Munday last, being the 22. of this instant January; with the grounds and reasons thereof and a declaration to be p[u]blished to all the people in England, Scotland, and Ireland. Also, a declaration of the manner of the Parliaments proceedings immediately before their breaking up; read and assented to by the Members.
Atholl, John Murray, Duke of, 1660-1724. / [1696] The speech of John Earl of Tullibardine: His Majesties High Commissioner to the Parliament of Scotland, on Tuesday the eight [sic] of September, 1696.
[1681] A speech of King Henry, IV of France to his parliament wherein he rebukes them for opposing the Jesuits, and shews his disbelief of their plots and attempts against his person, after the attempts of Chastel and Barriers had miscarried, and those traitors executed, and some time before that of Ravilliac took effect : with other passages on that occasion, communicated in a letter to Rome by a Jesuit and now rendred out of the Italian.
England and Wales. Sovereign (1603-1625 : James I) / [1689] The speech of King James the I. to both Houses of Parliament upon his accession to, and the happy union of both the crowns of England and Scotland regally pronounced, and expressed by him to them, die Jovis 22th. Martii 1603.
Pleydell, William, b. 1601 or 2. / [Printed, 1641] The speech of Master Plydell, Esquire: concerning the church, Febr. 8. 1641.:
Lenthall, William, 1591-1662. / [1641] The speech of Master Speaker before His Majestie and both Houses of Parliament after his returne from Scotland upon passing the bill for tunnage and poundage on Thursday, the 2. of December : also relating the present distempers of England and Ireland : wherennto [sic] is annexed His Majesties speech in Parliament.
Knight, Arthur, d. 1653. / [1653] The speech of Mr Arthur Knight of Grays-Inne, gentleman;: who was executed in the Covent-Garden the second day of March, 1652.
White, John, 1590-1645. / [1641] A speech of Mr. Iohn White counsellor at law, made in the Commons House of Parliament concerning episcopacy.:
Plessington, William, d. 1679. / [1679?] The speech of Mr. VVilliam Plessington, who was executed at Chester for being a priest of the Church of Rome, July 19, 1679
Heath, Nicholas, 1501?-1578. / [1688] The speech of Nicholas Heath Lord Chancellor of England, Lord President of Wales, Bishop of Worcester, and afterward Archbishop of York and ambassadour into Germany / delivered in the Upper House of Parliament in the year 1555 ; proofs from Scripture that Christ left a true church and that there is no salvation but in the Catholick and Apostolick Church ; proofs from the Fathers that there is no salvation to be expected out of the true Catholick and Apostolick Church ; certain principles of the first authors of the Reformation not so well known to many of their followers ; the principle of the Catholick Apostolick Church ; testimony of the Fathers concerning the real presence.
Marchmont, Patrick Hume, Earl of, 1641-1724. / [1698] The speech of Patrick Earl of March-mount, &c., His Majesties High Commissioner to the Parliament of Scotland, on Tuesday the nineteenth of July, 1698. The speech of James Viscount of Seafield, Principal Secretary of State, and president to the Parliament of Scotland, on Tuesday the nineteenth of July 1698.:
Marchmont, Patrick Hume, Earl of, 1641-1724. / [anno Dom. 1698] The speech of Patrick Earl of Marchmont, &c. His Majesties High Commissioner to the Parliament of Scotland. On Munday the 22 of August 1698:
Marchmont, Patrick Hume, Earl of, 1641-1724. / [1700] The speech of Patrick Earl of Marchmont, &c., Lord High Chancellor to the Parliament of Scotland on Tuesday 29 October 1700.
Marchmont, Patrick Hume, Earl of, 1641-1724. / [1698] The speech of Patrick Earl of Marchmont, His Majesties High Commissioner to the Parliament, at the conclusion of the session, the first of September 1698:
Pembroke, Philip Herbert, Earl of, 1584-1650. / [Printed in the yeer, 1649] The speech of Phillip Herbert, late Earle of Pembrook and Montgomery,: in the House of Commons, upon passing an act for a day of thanks-giving, for Colonel Jone's victory over the Irish; as it was delivered word for word, and oath for oath. / Taken verbatim by Michael Oldsworth.
Langhorne, Richard, 1654-1679. / [1679?] The speech of Richard Langhorn Esq. at his execution July 14, 1679 being left in writing by him under his own hand.
Vaughan, Richard. / [1684] The speech of Richard Vaughan, Esq., recorder of Carmarthen, at His Grace the Duke of Beaufort (Lord President of Wales) his entrance into the said town
Mervyn, Audley, Sir, d. 1675. / [1662] The speech of Sir Audley Mervyn, knight, His Majesties prime Serjeant at Law, and speaker of the House of Commons in Ireland delivered to His Grace James Duke of Ormond, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, the 13 day of February, 1662, in the Presence-chamber in the castle of Dublin : containing the sum of affairs in Ireland, but more especially, the interest of adventurers and souldiers.
Carleton, Dudley, Viscount Dorchester, 1573-1632. / [1618] The speech of Sir Dudly Carlton Lord Ambassadour for the King of Great Britaine made in the Assembly of the Lords the Estates Generall of the vnited Prouinces of the Low Countries. Being assembled at the Haghe. Touching the discord and troubles of the Church and policie, caused by the schismaticall doctrine of Arminius. Exhibited the 6. of October. 1617. Set forth by authoritie.
Turnor, Edward, Sir, 1617-1676. / [1670] The speech of Sir Edward Turner knight, speaker of the honourable House of Commons, to the Kings most excellent Majesty, on Monday the eleventh day of April, 1670. Upon the adjournment of the Parliament.
Turnor, Edward, Sir, 1617-1676. / [1661] The speech of Sir Edward Turner, Kt., speaker of the honourable House of Commons, to the King's Most Excellent Majesty, delivered on Fryday the twentieth day of December, 1661
Pudsey, George, Sir, b. 1664? / [1684] The speech of Sir George Pudsey Knight. at the time of his being sworn recorder of the city of Oxford, in the Council-chamber of the same city, on Tuesday the eight [sic] day of January 1683/4 where they agreed to the sealing the instrument sent by His Majesty. / Order'd by act of Council, that Sir George Pudsey Knight, be desired to print his speech. Baker.
Pudsey, George, Sir, b. 1664? / [1687] The speech of Sir George Pudsey Kt. (Serjeant at Law, and Recorder of Oxon) to the King, upon His Majesty's coming to Oxford, Sept. 3, 1687
Turnor, Edward, Sir, 1617-1676. / [1665] The speech of Sr Edw: Turnor Kt. speaker of the honourable House of Commons, to the Kings most excellent Majesty, and both Houses of Parliament delivered at Oxford, on Tuesday the one and thirtieth day of October, 1665. at the prorogation of the Parliament.
Turnor, Edward, Sir, 1617-1676. / [1664] The speech of Sr. Edw. Turnor Kt., speaker of the honourable House of Commons, to the Kings Most Excellent Majesty, and both Houses of Parliament at their prorogation, the second of March, 1664.
Turnor, Edward, Sir, 1617-1676. / [1664] The speech of Sr. Edw. Turnor Kt., speaker of the honourable House of Commons, to the Kings Most Excellent Majesty, and both Houses of Parliament on February 9, 1664 ...
Turnor, Edward, Sir, 1617-1676. / [1666] The speech of Sr. Edw. Turnor, Kt., speaker of the honourable House of Commons, to the Kings Most Excellent Majesty delivered on Friday the eighteeth day of January, 1666.
Turnor, Edward, Sir, 1617-1676. / [1666] The speech of Sr. Edw. Turnor, Kt., speaker of the honourable House of Commons, to the Kings Most Excellent Majesty delivered on Friday the eighth day of February 1666, upon the prorogation of the Parliament.
Turnor, Edward, Sir, 1617-1676. / [1662] The speech of Sr. Edw. Turnor, Kt., speaker of the honourable House of Commons, to the Kings Most Excellent Majesty delivered on Monday the nineteeth day of May, 1662, at the prorogation of the Parliament.
Turnor, Edward, Sir, 1617-1676. / [1663] The speech of Sr. Edw. Turnor, Kt., speaker of the honourable House of Commons, to the Kings Most Excellent Majesty delivered on Monday the seven and twentieth day of July, 1663, at the prorogation of Parliament.
Turnor, Edward, Sir, 1617-1676. / [1661] The speech of Sr. Edw. Turnor, Kt., speaker of the honourable House of Commons, to the Kings Most Excellent Majesty delivered on Tuesday the thirtieth day of July, 1661 at the adjournment of the Parliament.
Turnor, Edward, Sir, 1617-1676. / [1670] The speech of Sr. Edw. Turnor, Kt., speaker of the honourable House of Commons, to the Kings Most Excellent Majesty on Monday the eleventh day of April 1670, upon the adjournment of the Parliament.
Turnor, Edward, Sir, 1617-1676. / [1662] The speech of Sr. Edward Turner Kt. speaker of the honourable House of Commons, to the King's Most Excellent Majesty, delivered on Fryday the twentieth day of December, 1661.
Leighton, Elisha, Sir, d. 1685. / [1672?] The speech of Sr. Ellis Leighton Kt. at the Tholsell of Dublin, April the 4th 1672
Pudsey, George, Sir, b. 1664? / [1684] The speech of Sr. George Pudsey Kt. at the time of his being sworn Recorder of the city of Oxford in the Council-chamber of the same city, on Tuesday the eighth day of January 1683/4 where they agreed to the sealing the instrument sent by His Majesty
Pudsey, George, Sir, b. 1664? / [1684] Teh [!] speech of Sr. George Pudsey Kt. at the time of his being sworn recorder of the city of Oxford in the Council-chamber of the same city, on Tuesday the eighth day of January 1683/4 where they agreed to the sealing the instrument sent by His Majesty. / Order'd by act of Council, that Sir George Pudsey Knight, be desired to print his speech. Baker.
Pudsey, George, Sir, b. 1664? / [1684] The speech of Sr. George Pudsey Kt. at the time of his being sworn. Recorder of the city of Oxford: in the Council-chamber of the same city, on Tuesday the eighth day of January 1683[/]4. where they agreed to the sealing the instrument sent by His Majesty. Order'd by act of Council, that Sir George Pudsey Knt. be desir'd, to print his speech. Baker.
Grimston, Harbottle, Sir, 1603-1685. / [in the year, 1660] The speech of Sr. Harbottle Grimston baronet, Speaker of the honorable House of Commons, to the Kings Most Excellent Majestie. Delivered in the Banquetting-House at Whitehall, 29 May. 1660. The members of that House being there present.
Rudyerd, Benjamin, Sir, 1572-1658. / [1641] The speech of that vvorthy knight, Sir Beniamin Rudierd, spoken in Parliament;: concerning the placing of good and able divines in parishes miserably destitute of instruction, through want of maintenance. And confirmed by the testimonies of three judicious, and learned men.
Peter I, Emperor of Russia, 1672-1725. / [1697] The speech of the emperor of Russia to his most sacred majesty K. William at Utright the [blank] of October 1697.
Williams, William, Sir, 1634-1700. / [1681] The speech of the honorable William Williams Esq. speaker of the House of Commons, to the honourable House of Commons : upon the electing of him speakrer [sic] in the Parliament at Oxford, Monday the 21th. day of March, 1680/1 : together with his speeches to His Most Excellent Majesty, at the presenting him speaker to His Majesty by the commons in Parliament, upon Tuesday 22th. day of the same month.
Warrington, Henry Booth, Earl of, 1652-1694. / [1681] The speech of the Honourable Henry Booth, Esq spoken in Chester March 2 1680/1, at his being elected one of the knights of the shire for that county to serve in the Parliament summon'd to meet at Oxford the 21 of the said month.
Wentworth, William, Sir, fl. 1685. / [1685] The speech of the honourable Sir William Wentworth one of His Majesties Privy Council in Ireland: to the magistrates and citizens of the City of Chester, in the Town-hall, before the proclaiming of the King.
Russell, William, Lord, 1639-1683. / [1683] The speech of the late Lord Russel to the sheriffs together with the paper deliver'd by him to them at the place of execution, on July 21, 1683.
Russell, William, Lord, 1639-1683. / [1683] The speech of the late Lord Russel, to the sheriffs together with the paper deliver'd by him to them, at the place of execution, on July 21. 1683.
Nottingham, Heneage Finch, Earl of, 1621-1682. / [1680] The speech of the Lord High Steward in Westminster Hall at the time of his pronouncing the judgment of the House of Peers, against the Lord Viscount Stafford, the seventh of December, 1680
Nottingham, Heneage Finch, Earl of, 1621-1682. / [1680] The speech of the Lord High Steward, in Westminster Hall, at the time of his pronouncing the judgment of the House of Peers against the Lord Viscount Stafford, the seventh of December, 1680
Croke, Richard, Sir. / [1681] The speech of the recorder of Oxford, to His Majesties [sic] at his entrance into that city.
Browne, Richard, Sir, 1605-1683. / [1661] The speech of the Right Honorable the Lord Mayor of London with the humble address of the military forces of the same city to the Kings most excellent Majesty. With his Majesties most gracious answer thereunto, and letter to the Lord Mayor thereupon. And all the transactions incident thereunto. Published by authority.
City of London (England). Lord Mayor. / [1661] The speech of the Right Honorable the Lord Mayor of London, with the humble address of the military forces of the same city, to the Kings most Excellent Majesty.: With His Majesties most gracious answer thereunto, and letter to the Lord Mayor thereupon. And all the transactions incident thereunto. Published by authority.
Saye and Sele, William Fiennes, Viscount, 1582-1662. / [1642] A speech of the right honorable the Lord Vicount Say and Seale, one of his Maiesties Privie Councell.: Spoken in Parliament the 25th. day of February Anno Dom. 1642. Concerning the Bishop of Canterburies petition, delivered to the High Court of Parliament, February the 22. 1642. Avouched by Richard Browne, Clericus.
Manchester, Edward Montagu, Earl of, 1602-1671. / [Re-printed, 1664] The speech of the right honourable Edward, Earl of Manchester, Lord Chamberlain of His Majesties houshold: delivered at the Guild-Hall, London, on Thursday, being the first day of December, 1664. at a common hall there held : where were also present ... members of the honourable Houses of Parliament.
Warrington, Henry Booth, Earl of, 1652-1694. / [1692] The speech of the Right Honourable Henry Earl of Warrington, Lord Delamere, to the Grand Jury at Chester, April 13, 1692
Warrington, Henry Booth, Earl of, 1652-1694. / [1691] The speech of the Right Honourable Henry Earl of Warrington,: upon his being sworn mayor of Chester in Novenber [sic] 1691.
Powle, Henry, 1630-1692. / [1689] The speech of the Right Honourable Henry Powle, Esq., speaker of the House of Commons delivered to the King and Queen's Majesties, at the banqueting-house in White-Hall, Friday, April 12, 1689, with His Majesty's answer thereto.
Powle, Henry, 1630-1692. / [1688] The speech of the Right Honourable Henry Powle, Esq., speaker of the House of Commons upon passing the bill, intitled, An act for the granting a present aid to Their Majesties, on Thursday, the 21th day of March 1688.
Powle, Henry, 1630-1692. / [1689] The speech of the Right Honourable Henry Powle, Esq., speaker of the House of Commons, on Wednesday, the first of May, 1689 at the passing of two bills, entituled, I. An act for raising money by a poll, and otherwise, towards the reducing of Ireland. II. An act for preventing doubts and questions concerning the collecting the publick revenue.
Powle, Henry, 1630-1692. / [MDCLXXXIX. 1689] The speech of the Right Honourable Henry Powle, Esq; Speaker of the House of Commons: on Munday the sixteenth of December, 1689. At the passing of four bills, entituled, I. An act for a grant to Their Majesties of an aid of two shillings in the pound for one year. II. An act for declaring the rights of the subject, and settling the succession of the crown. III. An act for naturalizing William Watts, an infant. IV. An act for declaring and enacting John Rogerson to be a natural born subject of this realm.
Moore, John, Sir, 1620-1702. / [1682] The speech of the right honourable Sir John Moore, Knight, at Guild-Hall, Septemb. 29th, 1681 when he was elected lord-mayor of London, together, with some passages of his deportment on the twenty-fourth of June, 1682, and before, in relation to the election of sheriffs for the said city, and county of Middlesex.
Ward, Patience, Sir, 1629-1696. / [1680] The speech of the Right Honourable Sir Patience Warde, Lord Mayor elect at Guild-Hall, London, September 29, 1680 being the day of his election : together with the speech of the Right Honourable Sir Robert Clayton, Knight, the present Lord Mayor of London.
Lane, Thomas, Sir, 1652-1709. / [MDCXCIV. 1694] The speech of the right honourable Sir Thomas Lane, Kt Lord-Mayor elect for the city of London, at Guild-Hall, upon Michaelmas-day. 1694:
Loudoun, John Campbell, Earl of, 1598-1663. / [1645] A speech of the Right Honourable the Earle of Louden, Lord Chancellour of Scotland:: to a grand committee of both Houses of Parliament, upon the 12 of September, 1645. Published by authoritie.
[1645] The speech of Their Excellencies the Lords Ambassadours Extraordinarie: from the high and mighty States General of the Vnited Provinces of the Netherlands, taking their leave of both the Honourable Houses of Parliament assembled at Westminster. April the 10th. 1645. Translated out of French into English: and printed by their Excellencies order. Steph. Taylor. Secr.
Mercer, Thomas, d. 1645. / [1645] A speech of Thomas Mercer, merchant,: spoken a little before his death, being executed in the parish of S. Mildred, neere the Poultrey, the 27. of May. 1645. wherein is set forth, [brace] 1. His sins against God, 2. The cause of Gods iudgement still among us, & 3. His advise to his wife.
Ashhurst, William, 1617-1680. / [Printed in the yeare 1648] The speech of William Ashhurst Esquire; one of the commissioners of the Parliament of England, at Edenborough, the 28 of Febr. 1647 Upon their first hearing by a committee of Lords and others, appointed for that purpose by the committee of estates of Scotland; as it was taken by one that was then present.
Crawford, William Lindsay, Earl of, d. 1698. / [1690] The speech of William Earl of Crawford presented to the Parliament of Scotland. 1690.
Stafford, William Howard, Viscount, 1614-1680. / [1680] The speech of William Howard, late Lord Viscount Stafford, upon the scaffold on Tower-Hill immediately before his execution, Wednesday Decemb. 29, 1680.
Carew, Alexander, Sir, 1609-1644. / [1644] The speech or confession of Sir Alexander Carew Baronet: who was beheaded on Tower-hill on Munday Decemb. 23. 1644. Published by authority.
Pym, John, 1584-1643. / [1641?] The speech or declaration of John Pym, Esq. &c.
Pym, John, 1584-1643. / [1641] The speech or declaration of John Pym, Esquire after the recapitulation or summing up of the charge of high-treason, against Thomas, Earl of Strafford, 12 April, 1641.
[1650] A speech or declaration of the declared King of Scots upon the death of Montrosse the setting forth of a fleet by the Hollander, and two ships taken by the French, with the last intelligence out of Scotland. Also some excellent passages concerning the Lord Generall Cromwell, his entertainment at Windsor Castle, and the manner of his coming from thence to London, the first of June, 1650.
Falkland, Lucius Cary, Viscount, 1610?-1643. / [1641] The speech or declaration of the Lord Faulkland, to the Lords of the Vpper House, upon the delivery of the articles of the Commons assembly in Parliament: against the Lord Finch.:
Maynard, John, Sir, 1602-1690. / [Printed in the year 1648] A speech spoken by an honorable knight in the House of Commons: upon the delivery of the city petition : being Tuesday the 27 of June, 1648.
Rupert, Prince, Count Palatine, 1619-1682. / [1642] A speech spoken by His Excellence Prince Rupert to his sacred Majesty, and the Lords of his Privie Councell, at his returne from Redding to Oxford:: wherein is freely delivered his opinion concerning the present warre, with his advise for the erecting of forts and garrison townes in this Kingdom, and calling in the old English regiments out of Holland.
Wilde, William, Sir, 1611?-1679. / [1661] The speech spoken by Sir William Wylde Knight & baronet, one of his Majesties serjeants at law, (and recorder of the City of London.) To his most sacred Majesty Charles the Second: in his passage from the Tovver to White-hall. April 22. 1661. Being the day before his coronation.
Merke, Thomas, d. 1409. / [1689] A speech spoken by the Bishop of Carlisle in the House of Lords;: with some observations upon it.
Wright, Robert, 1560-1643. / [1641. i.e. 1642] A speech spoken in the House of Commons, by the Reverend Father in God, Robert, L. Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield. Being brought to the barre to answer for himselfe.
[1660] A speech spoken to his excellency the Lord General Monk,: by one representing the genius of England at Drapers-Hall, Wednesday the 28. of March.
True Protestant of the Church of England. / [1689] A speech to His Highness the Prince of Orange: by a true Protestant of the Church of England, as established by law.
Lombard, André. / [1681] A speech to the King. Made by a minister of the French church of the Savoy, the 19th. of October, 1681. in the French tongue. And published at London by His Majesty's special command. Rendred into English.
A. G. / [1641] The speech which was to have been delivered to the Kings Majestie, at his coming to Holy-Rud-House the 14 of August, in the name of the citie of Edinburgh, By A.G. Cler. But by the spent day, and other importunities, was interrupted
Pembroke, Philip Herbert, Earl of, 1584-1650. / [1680] The speech (without an oath) of Philip Herbert, late Earl of Pembrooke, at his admittance (as a Member) into the honorable House of Commons in Parliament assembled, April the 6th, 1649 After he had been duely elected a burgess for Bark-shire, instead of Sir Francis Pile, lately deceased. Taken verbatim by Michael Oldisworth. Printed in the year 1649.
Wither, George, 1588-1667. / [1644] The speech without doore.: Delivered July 9. 1644. in the absence of the speaker, and in the hearing of above 0000003 persons, then present, who unanimously consented to all propositions therein contained, and voted the same fit to be further divulged, as very pertinent to publike welfare.
Birkenhead, John, Sir, 1616-1679. / [Printed in the yeare 1646] The speech without doores defended without reason. Or, A vindication of the Parliaments honour:: in a rejoynder to three pamphlets published in defence of M. Chaloners speech.
Plebean. / [1681] A speech without doors made by a plebean to his noble friends.
Hickeringill, Edmund, 1631-1708. / [1689] A speech without-doors, or, Some modest inquiries humbly proposed to the right honourable the Convention of Estates, assembled at Westminster, Jan. 22, 1688/9 concerning, I. Bigotism, or religious madness, II. Tests, and the present test in particular, III. Penal laws in matters of religion, IV. The necessity of changing and recanting our opinions in religion, V. Restraint of the press / by Edm. Hickeringill ...
Pembroke, Philip Herbert, Earl of, 1584-1650. / [Printed in the year. 1649] The speech, of Phillip Herbert, late Earl of Pembroke. At his admittance (as a member) into the honorable House of Commons, in Parliament assembled. Aprill 16th. 1649.: After he had been duely elected a burgess for Berkshire instead of Sir Francis Pile, lately deceased. / Taken verbatim by Michael Oldisworth.
Knight, Arthur, d. 1653. / [1653] The speeches and confession of Arthur Knight, and Thomas Laret, at the places of execution in Russel Street neer Covent-Garden, and at Islington, on Wednesday last, being the second of this instant March, 1653.: Being condemned (by order of law) to be hang'd on a gibbet, neer unto the place where they committed the fact: the one, for killing of Major Furnifal; the other, for murthering of his own wife. With the great oath and protestation taken by the said Thomas Laret, immediatly before his death, in the presence of Mr. Cook, the minister: and his exhortation to all men in generall, both in city and countrey, never to strike or beat their wives any more. Published according to order.
[1591] The speeches and honorable entertainment giuen to the Queenes Maiestie in progresse, at Cowdrey in Sussex, by the right honorable the Lord Montacute. 1591.
England and Wales. Parliament. / [1641] Speeches and passages of this great and happy Parliament: from the third of November, 1640, to this instant June, 1641.: Collected into one volume, and according to the most perfect originalls, exactly published.
Barkstead, John, d. 1662. / [1662] The speeches and prayers of John Barkstead, John Okey, and Miles Corbet together with severa[l] passages at the time of their execution at Tyiburn [sic], the nineteenth of April, 1662, with some due and sober animadversions of the said speeches.
[anno Dom. 1660] The speeches and prayers of Major General Harison, Octob. 13. Mr. John Carew, Octob. 15. Mr. Justice Cooke, Mr. Hugh Peters, Octob. 16. Mr. Tho. Scott, Mr. Gregory Clement, Col. Adrian Scroop, Col. John Jones, Octob. 17. Col. Daniel Axtell, & Col. Fran. Hacker, Oct. 19: the times of their death. Together with severall occasionall speeches and passages in their imprisonment till they came to the place of execution. Faithfully and impartially collected for further satisfaction.
[1592] Speeches deliuered to Her Maiestie this last progresse at the Right Honorable the Lady Russels, at Bissam, the Right Honorable the Lorde Chandos at Sudley, at the Right Honorable the Lord Norris, at Ricorte.
Walcot, Thomas, d. 1683. / [1683] The speeches of Cap. Walcot, Jo. Rouse, and Will. Hone. One Friday the 20th of July 1683.
Walcot, Thomas, d. 1683. / [1683] The speeches of Captain Walcot, Jo. Rouse and Will. Hone, on Friday the twentieth of July, 1683
[printed and are to be sold at the Old Exchange, and in Westminster-Hall 1660. i.e. 1661] The speeches of Oliver Cromwell, Henry Ireton, and John Bradshaw.: Intended to have been spoken at their execution at Tyburne, Jan. 30. 1660. But for many weightie reasons omitted. And now publish't by Marchiamont Needham and Pagan Fisher servants, poets, and pamphleteers to his infernal highnesse. Imprimatur, Tho. Dun, Esq.
Turnor, Edward, Sir, 1617-1676. / [1661] The speeches of Sir Edward Turner kt, before King, Lords & Commons assembled in Parliament, when he was presented speaker of the Honourable House of Commons, on Friday the tenth of May, 1661 together with the Lord Chancellors speeches in answer thereunto.
Rudyerd, Benjamin, Sir, 1572-1658. / [1641] The speeches of Sr. Benjamin Rudyer in the high Court of Parliament.:
England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I) / [1641] The speeches of the Kings Most Excellent Majesty in this great court of Parliament with all the speeches of the right honourable the Lord Digby and the Lord Faukeland and the speeches of Sir Benjamin Rudyer.
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1612-1671. / [MDCXLIX. 1649] The speeches of the Lord Generall Fairfax, and the officers of the armie to the Diggers at St. Georges Hill in Surry, and the Diggers severall answers and replies thereunto. Also, the manner of proclaiming the act against the kingly office by the Lord Mayor, and eight aldermen at the Royal Exchange, London. With divers letters concerning the prince to the queen. Together with the proceedings of Prince Rupert, the Earle of Ormond, and the Lord Inchiquin in Ireland. A fight at sea, and a fuller relation of the Earle of Montrosse his design for Scotland.
Ireland, Thomas, Sir. / [1663] Speeches spoken to the King and Queen, Dvke and Dvchesse of York, in Christ-Church Hall, Oxford, Sept. 29, 1663
Oates, Titus, 1649-1705. / [1689] Speedy advice to all Roman Catholicks; especially, those concerned in Scotland and Ireland:
Heyden, Hermann van der, 1572-ca. 1650. / [1653] Speedy help for rich and poor.: or, certain physicall discourses touching the vertue of whey, in the cure of the griping flux of the belly, and of the dysentery. Of cold water, in the cure of the gout, and green-wounds. Of wine-vineger, in the preservation from, and cure of the plague, and other pestilential diseases: as also in the prevention of the hydrophobia, or dread of water, caused by the biting of a mad dog. &c. Written in Latine by Hermannus Vander Heyden, a physician of Gaunt.
A. H. / [Printed in the yeare. 1642] A speedy post from heaven, to the King of England. Never put out by any before. VVritten by A.H.
Cooper, Andrew, fl. 1660. / [1642] A speedy post with more news from Hull, York, and Beverley. Truly relating how Sir John Hotham sent five hundred men out of Hull, under the command of Sir Iohn Meldron to a towne called Anlaby, two miles from Hull, where some of the Kings forces lay. Also of his taking the magazine there, his fiering of it, and by killing of some sentinells, all the regement ranne away except some 15. which was taken prisoners and brought into Hull. With divers other occurrences from Yorke and severall places adioyning, since the 25. of Iuly to the first of August. 1642.
L. F., fl. 1641. / [anno Dom. 1640 i.e. 1641] A speedy remedie against spirituall incontinencie Shewing it to be sinfull in any, to heare a false ministrie. With a briefe description of a true Church of Christ.
E. W. / [1694?] A speedy way to supply their majesties occasions.
Winter, John, 1621?-1698? / [1664] Spicilegium, or, A glean of mixtling by John Winter, minister of East Dearham in Norfolke.
[1646] A spirit moving in the vvomen-preachers: or, Certaine quæres, vented and put forth unto this affronted, brazen-faced, strange, new feminine brood.: Wherein they are proved to be rash, ignorant, ambitious, weake, vaine-glorious, prophane and proud, moved onely by the spirit of errour.
Ford, Simon, 1619?-1699. / [1655] The spirit of bondage and adoption: largely and practically handled, with reference to the way and manner of working both those effects; and the proper cases of conscience belonging to them both. In two treatises. Whereunto is added, a discourse concerning the duty of prayer in an afflicted condition, by way of supplement in some cases relating to the second treatise. / By SImon Ford B.D. and minister of the Gospel in Reading.
[1661] The Spirit of Christ, and the spirit of the Apostles and the spirit of the martyrs is arisen, which beareth testimony against swearing and oaths, for which the martyrs suffered in the time of the ten persecutions and some since, which we also, the people of God called Quakers, do suffer for, as many thousands have done, for keeping the commands of Christ who saith, swear not at all and also, here you may see such martyrs as could not put off their hat or bonnet to the Pope, nor his legate, and as example of one martyr that could not give sureties, being innocent, so that you may see in this book following, to swear not at all, nor to take oaths, nor to deny putting off the hat or bonnet, nor to deny giving sureties being innocent is no new thing, which is proved out of the Scriptures and book of martyrs / published by Ellis Hooks.
Blount, Walter Kirkham, Sir, d. 1717. / [1686] The spirit of Christianity
Hickes, George, 1642-1715. / [1680] The spirit of enthusiasm exorcised in a sermon preached before the University of Oxford, on Act-Sunday, July 11, 1680 / by George Hickes.
Pinder, Richard, d. 1695. / [1660] The spirit of error, found and discovered, in the accounted pastors and teachers of the island Bermuda, in the VVest-Indies their principles and practice also tryed by the true spirit, and found to be contrary to the Scriptures of truth, and disproved by them, though pleaded for by the strongest arguments, the said teachers could bring forth : in an answer to some queries that were sent unto them, by us called Quakers : which answer was subscribed with all their names hereafter mentioned : their deceit unfolded for the peoples sake of the island / by ... Richard Pinder.
Russel, Richard, theological writer. / [1654] The spirit of God in man,: making manifest the hidden things of darkness to man. Being divine teachings, whereby the Lord alone is exalted, and the pride of fleshly glory discovered, / by the shining light of Christ in and through Richard Russel.
R. F. (Richard Farnworth), d. 1666. / [1663] The spirit of God speaking in the temple of God, or, Gods spiritual teachings in his people puts flesh to silence that the spirit of Christ may speak in the church &c. written by Richard Farnworth.
Smythies, William, d. 1715. / [1684] The spirit of meekness recommended for the reducing of the erroneous and such as have dissented from the Church of England / by William Smythies ...
Talbot, William, 1658 or 9-1730. / [1699] The spirit of popery tryed, whether it be of God a sermon preached before the King at Whitehall, upon the fifth of November, 1699 / by the Right Reverend Father in God William, Lord Bishop of Oxon.
Vincent, Nathanael, 1639?-1697. / [1674] The spirit of prayer, or, A discourse: wherein the nature of prayer is opened, the kinds of prayer are handled, and the right manner of praying discover'd, several cases about this duty are resolved from Eph. 6, l8 ... : unto which is added a direction for the attaining the gift of prayer, that family-duty may not be omitted, nor secret duty discouraged through inability of utterance and expression / by Nathanael Vincent.
Bacon, Robert, M.A. / [1646] The spirit of prelacie, yet working. Or, Truth from under a cloud,: in a relation, of that great, and publike contestation had in Glocester, July, 1644. Written then, and now published, as it were of necessity. Together, with a postscript, containing some generall and perticular observations, upon Master Edwards his Gangræna. / By Robert Bacon, M.A. minister of the Gospel.
Winder, Henry. / [1696] The spirit of Quakerism and the danger of their divine revelation in a faithful narrative of their malicious persecution of Henry Winder and his wife as murtherers at the publick assize at Carlisle / by Henry Winder.
Socrates Christianus, d. 1706. / [Printed in the year 1691] The spirit of the church-faction detected, in its nature and operations more particularly in the mystery of the convocation-book lately published and exposed to the view and censure of the world by the late Arch-Bishop of Canterbury, and the progress of the faction, and the mischiefs thereof, the late civil war, and our present disappointments.
Mucklow, William, 1631-1713. / [1700] The spirit of the hat, or, The government of the Quakers among themselves as it hath been exercised of late years by George Fox, and other leading-men, in their Monday, or second-days meeting at Devonshire-House, brought to light : in a bemoaning letter of a certain ingenious Quaker to another, his friend : whrein [sic] their tyannical and persecuting practises are detected and redargued [sic] : also preface to the reader, giving an account how the said letter came to the hand of the publisher / by G.I.
Hookes, Ellis, d. 1681. / [1664] The spirit of the martyrs revived in a brief compendious collection of the most remarkable passages and living testimonies of the true church, seed of God, and faithful martyrs in all ages: contained in several ecclesiastical histories & chronological accounts of the succession of the true church from the creation, the times of the fathers, patriarchs, prophets, Christ and the Apostles.
Collinne, William. / [1660] The spirit of the phanatiqves dissected. And the solemne league and covenant solemnly discussed in 30 queries. By William Collinne, gent.
Sterry, Peter, 1613-1672. / [1645] The spirits conviction of sinne.: Opened in a sermon before the Honorable House of Commons, assembled in Parliament upon the solemne day of their monethly fast, Novemb. 26, 1645. / By Peter Sterry, sometimes fellow of Emanuel Colledge in Cambridge. And now preacher of the Gospel in London. Published by order of the House of Commons.
Roys, Job, 1633-1663. / [1657] The spirits touchstone: or, The teachings of Christs spirit on the hearts of believers.: Being a cleare discovery, how a man may certainly know whether he be really taught of the spirit of God, being very useful for these times. / By J.R. late student of Merton Colledge in Oxford.
Atkinson, Peter, 17th cent. / [1659] The spirits voice concerning himselfe, or, A faithful and clear discovery of the operations of the spirit in the hearts of the saints by Peter Atkinson ...
[1693] The Spiritual anatomy of man in which is considered I. the happy state of mans integrity in his first creation, II. the woful apostacy of man from God, by his original sin ..., III. mans restoration by ... Jesus Christ, and the excellency of the Covenant of Grace, IV. the whole series of Christian duties ..., V. the particular cases of affliction, especially spiritual defection ..., VI. the great encouragement to believers, for patience and perseverance ... : to which is added an index of the whole contents / published by Andrew Burnet ...
Wall, Thomas. / [1688] Spiritual armour to defend the head from the superfluity of naughtiness being a loving and Christian tender, humbly offered to the pious and serious consideration of the ministers of the Gospel and to all others it may concern : wherein is proved that it is unlawful for women to cut their hair polled or shorn and men to wear the same to cover their heads : together with how men and women ought according to the written law of God and nature to wear their hair.
Ball, Nathanael, 1623-1681. / [1683] Spiritual bondage and freedom, or, A treatise containing the substance of several sermons preached on that subject from John VIII, 36 by the late Reverend Mr. Nathanael Ball ...
Jones, Anthony, fl. 1622. / [1622] A spiritual chaine, and armour of choice, for Sion souldiers. Which, whosoeuer weareth graciously, shall be sure of the best honour, comfort and safetie (whether he liue or die in the battell) that can come to a Christian souldier. Very necessary for these times.
Spurstowe, William, 1605?-1666. / [1666] The spiritual chymist, or, Six decads of divine meditations on several subjects by William Spurstow ...
Docwra, Anne, 1624-1710. / [1687] Spiritual community vindicated amongst people of different perswasions in some things
Bettris, Jeane. / [Printed the second time, 1657] Spiritual discoveries to the overthrow of popery root and branch. Shewing that I. The steeplehouse is no church ... / By a waiter in Israel, and one of the New Covenanters ...
Luis, de Granada, 1504-1588. / [1599] A spiritual doctrine conteining a rule to liue vvel, vvith diuers praiers and meditations. Abridged by the Reuerend Father Levvis de Granada of the holie order of preachers. And deuided into sixe treatises, as is to be seene after the prefaces. Nevvlie translated out of Spanish into English.
Port, Robert, b. 1617 or 18. / [1655] Spiritual flovvers for saints and sinners.: Gathered out of the garden of the sacred scriptures, and writings of men famous in their generations. / By Robert Port minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Molinos, Miguel de, 1628-1696. / [1688] The spiritual guide which disintangles the soul, and brings it by the inward way, to the getting of perfect contemplation, and the rich treasure of internal peace. / Written by Dr. Michael de Molinos, priest : with a short treatise concerning daily communion, by the same author. Translated from the Italian copy, printed at Venice, 1685.
Masterson, George. / [1661] The spiritual house in its foundation, materials, officers, and discipline describ'd the nomothetical & coercive power of the King in ecclesiastical affairs asserted the episcopal office and dignity, together with the liturgy of the Church of England vindicated in some sermons preached at St. Clement Danes and St. Gregories neer St. Pauls, London / by Geo. Masterson.
Stampe, William, 1611-1653? / [1662] Spiritual infatuation, the principal cause of our past and present distempers. Or a serious caveate to the many seducers and seduced: who under the specious pretences of reformation and conscience endeavour the subversion of Church and State. In several sermons on Isa. 9,10,11,12. By W. Stamp D.D. late minister of the Word at Stepn[e]y near London.
Ness, Christopher, 1621-1705. / [1684] A spiritual legacy being a pattern of piety for all young persons practice in a faithful relation of the holy life and happy death of Mr. John Draper / represented out of his own and other manuscripts containing his experiences, exercises, self examinations and evidences for heaven ; together with his funeral sermons ; published by Chr. Ness.
Pack, Samuel. / [1671] A spiritual looking-glass wherein is briefly discoursed the excellency and the necessity of saving faith and likewise how it may be known whether we have this faith or no : being the substance of two sermons / preached in London July the 23, 1671 by Sam. Pack.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1677] The spiritual man Christ Jesus the blessed seed, light of life, purger of conscience, healer of nations, and restorer of mankind / by G. Fox.
Baillie, James, Master of Arts. / [1627] Spiritual marriage: or, The vnion betweene Christ and his Church As it was delivered in a sermon at Westminster, the first of Ianuarie. Anno Dom. 1626. By Iames Baillie, Master of Arts.
Culverwel, Nathanael, d. 1651? / [1651] Spiritual opticks, or, A glasse discovering the weaknesse and imperfection of a Christians knowledge in this life by Nathanael Culvervvell ...
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [MDCLXXIX 1679] A Spiritual or heavenly salutation to all the tender-hearted in Christendom that are seeking the kingdom of God and the righteousness therof which I desire and intreat them to read over these following lines in the love of God, in which they are sent to them from him that desires the good of all mankind here, and their eternal happiness hereafter / [by] George Fox.
Downame, John, d. 1652. / [1600] Spiritual physicke to cure the diseases of the soule, arising from superfluitie of choller, prescribed out of Gods word Wherein the chollericke man may see the dangerousnesse of this disease of the soule vniust anger, the preseruatiues to keepe him from the infection thereof, and also fit medicines to restore him to health beeing alreadie subiect to this raging passion. Profitable for all to vse, seeing all are patients in this desease of impatiencie.
Paeschen, Jan van. / [1604 or 1605] The spiritual pilgrimage of Hierusalem, contayninge three hundred sixtie fiue dayes iorney wherin the deuoute person may meditate on sondrie pointes of his redemption. With particular declaration of diuers Saints bodies and holy places which are to be seene in the said-voyage: As also sundrie deuout praiers and meditations verie healpful to the pilgrimes: With licence.
Drexel, Jeremias, 1581-1638. / [1676] A spiritual repository containing Godly meditations demonstrated by 12 signs of our adoption to eternal glory / by H. Drexelius ; and now translated into English by R.W. of Trinity College Cambridge.
Croiset, Jean, 1656-1738. / [1700] A spiritual retreat for one day in every month by a priest of the Society of Jesus ; translated out of French, in the year 1698.
Pitcarne, Alexander, 1622?-1695. / [1664] The spiritual sacrifice, or, A treatise wherein several weighty questions and cases concerning the saints communion with God in prayer are propounded and practically improved by Mr. Alexander Pitcarne.
Porter, Thomas, d. 1667. / [1651] Spiritual salt: or, A sermon on Matth. 5.13. Ye are the salt of the earth-: preached in Whitchurch at an ordination of five ministers, Febr.20.1649. By Tho. Porter, M.A. minister of the Gospel there.
Durant, John, b. 1620. / [1655. i.e. 1654] The spiritual sea-man: or, A manual for mariners.: Being a short tract, comprehending the principal heades of Christian religion: handled in an allusion to the sea-mans compass and observations: which was first drawn up at sea, and fitted for the service of sea-men; yet such as may serve all Christians to help them in their passage over the troublesome sea of this world. / By John Durant preacher of the Gospel, and sometimes in the Navy.
Warren, Elizabeth, of Woodbridge. / [1647] Spiritual thrift. Or, Meditations wherein humble Christians (as in a mirrour) may view the verity of their saving graces,: and may see how to make a spirituall improvement of all opportunities and advantages of a pious proficiencie (or a holy growth) in grace and goodnesse. And wherein is layd open many errours incident to these declining times, / by Elizabeth Warren, a lover of truth and peace. Imprimatur, James Cranford.
Mead, Matthew, 1630?-1699. / [1660] Spiritual vvisdom improved against temptation.: In a sermon preached at Stepney Septemb. 16. 1660. And now made publick to obviate misrepresentation. By Matthew Meade.
Myers, George, 1653?-1714. / [1687] The spiritual vvorship exalted. Or A treatise concerning the worship and service of God shewing how uncapable men are in their natural and unconverted state of worshipping and serving God acceptably in this Gospel day. And that it is the light, grace and spirit of Christ revealed in men, which doth renew, fit, prepare and [q]ualifie them for performing that pure spiritual and acceptable worship which was instituted by our Lord, and practiced by his disciples and followers. As also several other things here inserted, worthy of observation. By a lover of truth, and wel-wisher of the souls of all men, George Myers.
Palafox y Mendoza, Juan de, 1600-1659. / [1693] The spiritual year, or, Devout contemplations digested into distinct arguments for every month in the year and for every week in that month.
A. L., fl. 1625. / [1625] Spirituall almes a treatise wherein is set forth the necessity, the enforcements, and directions of the duty of exhortation.
Barrell, Robert. / [1624] The spirituall architecture. Or, the balance of Gods sanctuary to discerne the weigh and solidity of a true and sincere, from the leuitie, and vanitie of a false and counterfeit profession of Christianity. Wherein also the sandy foundations of the papisticall faith are briefely discouered. A sermon preached at Pauls Crosse the 16. of Nouember, 1623. by Robert Barrell, Master of Arts, and minister of Gods word at Maidstone in Kent
Baynes, Paul, d. 1617. / [1620] The spirituall armour With which being furnished, a Christian may be able to stand fast in the euill day, and time of tryall; and to quench all the fiery darts of the wicked. Written by that godly and learned man, Paul Baine; sometime Preacher of Gods word at S. Andrewes in Cambridge.
Camus, Jean-Pierre, 1584-1652. / [M.DC.XXXIII. 1633] The spirituall director disinteressed According to the spirit of B. Francis of Sales, Bishop and Prince of Geneua, Institutor of the Order of the Visitation of our Bl. Lady. By the most Reuerend Father in God Iohn Peter Camus, Bishope of Belley. Translated out of French by A.B.
Peryn, William. / [anno Domini. M.D.L.vij. 1557] Spirituall exercyses and goostly meditacions and a neare waye to come to perfection and lyfe contemplatyue, very profytable for religyous, and generally for al other that desyre to come to the perfecte loue of god, and to the contempte of the worlde. Collected and set foorthe by the helpe of god, and diligente laboure of F. Wyllyam Peryn bacheler of diuinitie and pryor of the friers preachers of greate Sayncte Bartholomes in Smythfyelde.
Mico, John. / [1623] Spirituall food, and physick vis. Milke for the younger. Meat for the stronger. The substance of diuinitie. A pill to purge out poperie.
Sedgwick, William, 1609 or 10-1669? / [Printed in the year, 1648] The spirituall madman, or, A prophesie concerning, the King, the Parliament, London, the Army;: of the admirable fulnesse, and compleatnesse, of the restauration, and satisfaction of all interests. / Written by VVilliam Sedgewick.
R. F. (Richard Farnworth), d. 1666. / [1655] The spirituall man iudgeth all things: or the spirituall mans true iudgment:: and how by him the hearts of others were, and may be judged by the spirit of truth; and also how things by the spiritual man were judged of, concerning both salvation and damnation, proved by several Scripture examples, according to the spirit of truth, which were, and is the guide of the Lords people out of error and deceit into all truth, according to sweet Gospel-promise, Joh. 16. 13. Rom. 8. 14. Also, something in short, concerning Melchizedeks order of taking the tythes of spoils only of Abraham, after the return from the slaughter of the kings, a free-will offering at one time, and no more, Gen, 14. answering Heb. 7. And in short, of the order of tythes, by command under the law, in the Aaronical and Levitical priesthood, the change of the law, and priesthood also, Heb. 7. 12. so an end of tythes: with a godly exhortation and instruction, full of sweet Gospell truths, to such as have the witness of the new Testament, through the blood of Jesus, and some mementoes: with something also to stop lies and slanders, that trute [sic] may be cleared.
Cotton, John, 1584-1652. / [1657] Spirituall milk for Boston babes in either England.: Drawn out of the breasts of both Testaments, for their soules nourishment: but may be of like use for any children. / By John Cotton, B.D. and teacher to the church of Boston in New-England.
Price, Daniel, 1581-1631. / [1613] Spirituall odours to the memory of Prince Henry in foure of the last sermons preached in St James after his Highnesse death, the last being the sermon before the body, the day before the funerall. By Daniel Price then chaplaine in attendance.
Symmer, Archibald. / [1629] A spirituall posie for Zion. Or Two decades of observations, theologicall and philosophicall. By Archibald Symmer, preacher of Gods word at Great-Oakley in Northhampton-shire.
T. C., fl. 1548. / [1548?] A spirituall purgation sent vnto al them that laboure of Luthers errour as touching the bodely presens of Christe our sauiour in the sacrament, and to al them that haue espyed the libertie of the gospel as touching theyr fleshe, yet seke not the lybertie to make free theyr spyrite from thys afore sayde errour.
Price, John, Citizen of London. / [In the Yeare, 1643] A spirituall snapsacke for the Parliament souldiers.: Containing cordiall encouragements, effectuall perswasions, and hopefull directions, unto the successefull prosecution of this present cause. by J. P.
Starbuck, William. / [1647 i.e., 1648] A spirituall song of a mayds name called Mabell Anna Tatton: made by a tenant of the Lord of Canturburies, in the counter in Wood-Streete, very usefull and comfortable both for a believer in particular, and the Church of Christ in generall, James 5. 13. Colos. 3. 16.
Lee, Richard, d. 1650. / [1625] The spirituall spring. A sermon preached at Pauls, vvherein is declared the necessity of growing in grace, and the goodly gaine that comes thereby, &c. By Richard Lee, preacher of the word of God at Woluerhampton in Staffordshire.
Jemmat, William, 1596?-1678. / [1624] A spirituall trumpet exciting and preparing to the Christian warfare. Sounded first in the vtmost parts of the Lords campe, to one wing of the armie, now in the midst for the benefit of all. By William Iemmat, Master of Arts, and preacher of Gods word at the Lechlade in Gloucester shire.
Austen, Ralph, d. 1676. / [M.DC.LVII. 1657] The spirituall use of an orchard, or garden of fruit-trees. Set forth in divers similitudes betweene naturall and spirituall fruit-trees, in their natures, and ordering, according to Scripture and experience. The second impression; with the addition of many similitudes. By Ra: Austen, author of the first part. By Ra: Austen, author of the first part.
Hunt, James, 17th cent. / [1642 i.e. 1643] The spirituall verses and prose of James Hunt concerning the advancment of Christ his glorious and triumphing church : which by degrees shall flourish over the face of the whole world, which will be to the overthrow of the Divill, and the false church.
Hunt, James, 17th cent. / [1643] The spirituall verses and prose of James Hunt,: concerning angels of light, and angels of darknesse. Now if any many shall say, that some of my verses are not good verse, I hope he will acknowledge them to be good prose, therefore I say verses and prose: dedicated to the most honourable and High Court of Parliament.
Hunt, James, 17th cent. / [1648] The spirituall verses and prose of James Hunt,: which shall be plainly showne, God hath lighted my candle within his glorious throne.
Case, Thomas, 1598-1682. / [1647] Spirituall vvhordome discovered in a sermon preach'd before the Honourable House of Commons assembled in Parliament, upon the solemn day of humiliation, May 26. 1647. / By Tho. Case, preacher in Milkstreet, London; and one of the Assembly of Divines.
Naylor, James, 1617?-1660. / [1654] Spirituall wickednesse, in heavenly places, proclayming freedome to the forme, but persecuting the power: or an answer to a booke intituled, Freedom of religious worship:: or, the jubilee of ordinances set forth without a name.
Byfield, Nicholas, 1579-1622. / [1619] The spiritval tovchstone: or, The signes of a godly man drawne in so plaine and profitable a maner, as all sorts of Christians may trie themselues thereby. Together with directions, how the weake Christian, by the vse of these signes may establish his assurance. By. N. Bifield preacher of Gods word at Isteworth in Middlesex.
Pittis, Thomas, 1636-1687. / [1684] A spittle sermon preach'd in St. Brides Parish-Church, on Wednesday in Easterweek, being the second day of April, 1684 before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor, the Court of Aldermen, and the sheriffs of the now Protestant, and loyal city of London / by Thomas Pittis ...
Hill, Augustine, d. 1660. / [1640] The splendour of the spouse A sermon preached in the parish church of Ware, Anno Domini, 1638. By Augustine Hill, rector of Dengey, in the county of Essex.
Allin, John, 1596-1671. / [1672] The spouse of Christ coming out of affliction, leaning upon her beloved, or, A sermon preached by Mr. John Allin, the late Reverend Pastor to the Church of Christ at Dedham, at the administration of the Lords Supper, August 6, 1671 and may be useful to any Church of Christ, or true believer in a state of affliction.
Collinges, John, 1623-1690. / [1649] The spouse raised from under the apple-tree, or, The way by which children of wrath come to be made the children of grace opening the doctrine of our redemption by the Lord Jesus Christ, both in respect to the purchase and application / by John Collings ...
Collinges, John, 1623-1690. / [1649] The spouses carriage in the wildernesse, in her leaning upon her welbeloved, opening the temper of the beleeving-soule in her severall wildernesses ... in a sermon formerly preacht in Andrewes Parish in Norwich, now reprinted, being corrected by the author / by John Collings ...
Collinges, John, 1623-1690. / [1646] The spouses hidden glory, and faithfull leaning upon her wellbeloved. Wherein is laid down the soules glory in Christ, and the way by which the soule comes to Christ. Delivered in two lecture sermons in St. Andrewes church in Norwich. / By Iohn Collings Master of Arts, and preacher of Gods word in Saviours parish in Norwich.
Michel, James. / [1654] The spovse rejoycing over antichrist, and triumphing over the devill,: in the day of the Lord, when God alone shal bee exalted. Written in the day and yeer, when the world is running besides it self, crying out against truth, in the hearing of truth; this mad world is beside it self, persecuting those which desire not to meddle with the world: I have found it, that the world cannot indure light, my experience makes it manifest. / Written by James Michel, who have been lately accused for blasphemy in the words which is Scripture; they say that this is blasphemy which the Scripture faith, My God, my God is a consuming fire, and everlasting burning: to this I shal rest to the proceeding further in the book.
Price, Daniel, 1581-1631. / [1609] The spring. A sermon preached before the Prince at S. Iames, on Mid-lent Sunday last. By Daniel Price, chapleine in ordinarie to the Prince, and Master of Artes of Exeter Colledge in Oxford.