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Swallow, John. / [1697] Swallow a new almanack for the year of our Lord God 1697 : being the first after bissextile, or leap-year ... calculated properly for ... Cambridge ...
[1679] The Swans welcome to His Royall Highness the Duke. Or, Some remarks upon that note-worthy passage, mention'd in the True Domestick Intelligence, dated Octob. 14. 1679. concerning a company of swans, more than ordinary gathered together, at his Royall Highnes's landing.
Rost, John, d. 1713. / [1695] The swearer's doom; or, A discourse setting forth the great sinfulness and danger of rash and vain swearing. By John Rost M.A. rector of Offwell and Gittisham in Devon.
[1681] The swearers, or, Innocence opprest and sacrific'd, in consequence of indulgence to perjurious prostitutes
Watkins, Morgan, fl. 1653-1670. / [1660] Swearing denyed in the New Covenant: and its pretended foundation rased. VVith the remnant of lies swept away. And the great and glorious name of Jesus highly exalted, above every name, to which powerful name, all swearers, and false swearers, and lyars, fighters, plotters, and persecutors, who are in the strife against the Son of God, must bow and submit, or be broken in pieces, for his wrath is kindled and his glittering sword is whet, to take vengeance of all those that will not have him to reign over them, in truth and righteousnesse, to the glory of God the Father. By Morgan Watkins.
[1681] The swearing-master, or, A conference between two country-fellows concerning the times
[MDCLXI i.e. 1659] The Swedish cloak of religion: or, A politick discourse between two citizens of Elbing.: Occasioned by the publishing of a proclamation, by the Swedish governour of that city. Wherein is laid open to the view of the world, how the whole palatinate of Marienburgh in Prussia is made desolate, and brought into slavery, by the Swedish religious pretexts, and introduction of a new church-government. And consequently, the grand mistake of all such as have conceived an impression that the present King of Swedens martial undertakings were really intended for or towards the propagation and defence of the Protestant cause. First printed in the German language, and now faithfully Englished.
Watts, William, 1590?-1649. / [1632.] The Swedish intelligencer. The second part. VVherein, out of the truest and choysest informations, are the famous actions of that warlike prince historically led along: from the victory of Leipsich, unto the conquest of Bavaria. The times and places of every action, being so sufficiently observed and described; that the reader may finde both truth and reason in it.
Watts, William, 1590?-1649. / [1632] The Swedish intelligencer¨ The first part. Wherein, out of the truest and choysest informations, are the famous actions of that warlike prince historically led along: from his Majesties first entring into the Empire, vntill his great victory over the Generall Tilly, at the Battell of Leipsich. The times and places of every action being so sufficiently observed and described; that the reader may finde both truth and reason in it.
[ca. 1624] A Sweet and pleasant sonet, entituled, My minde to me a kingdome is: to the tune of, In Creet, &c.
Sym, John. / [1617] The sweet milke of Christian doctrine in a plaine and naturall method, by question and answere, for their better vnderstanding, for whom it is chiefly written.
Hope, William, Sir. / [1694] The sword-man's vade-mecum: or, A preservative against the surprize of a sudden attack with sharps. Being a reduction of the most essential, necessary and practical part of fencing, into a few special rules, with their reasons, which all sword-men should have in their memories when they are to engage, but more especially if it be with sharps. As also, some other remarks and observations not unfit to be known by fencing masters and others. By Sir William Hope, kt. Author of the Compleat fencing-master.