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[1685] A tear dropt from the hearse of the Reverend Dr. Benjamin Calamy, late minister of St. Lawrence Jury London, who departed this life on Sunday the 3d of January, 1685/6
Lyon, John, fl. 1608-1622. / [Anno Dom. 1622] Teares for the neuer sufficientlie bewailed death of the late right honourable and most worthie of all honourable titles, Alexander Earle of Dumfermeling, Lord Fyuie, and Vrquhart late Lord Chancellar of Scotland.
Allyne, Robert. / [1613] Teares of ioy shed at the happy departure from Great Britaine, of the two paragons of the Christian world. Fredericke and Elizabeth, Prince, and Princesse Palatines of Rhine Duke and Dutches of Bauaria, &c. By R.A.
Phil-adelpho-Theo-basieus. / [Printed in the yeare 1649] The teares of Sion upon the death of Josiah,: distilled in some country sermon notes on Febr. 4. and 11th, 1649. Being the quinquagesima and sexagesima Sundayes for that yeare.
Drummond, William, 1585-1649. / [1614] Teares on the death of Moeliades:
[1680?] The tears of Rome: or the despair of the Pope for the ill success of the Plot. In a dialogue between the Pope, the devil, the Jesuit Ignatius, and the Cardinal Barbarin.
Lauder, George, b. ca. 1600. / [Anno Domini. 1630] Tears on the death of Evander occasioned by the lamentable losse of the truelie noble and generous, Sir. Iohn Svynton [sic] Knight, Collonel of an regiment of 2000 Nedderlanders, going for Venize, who was cast away by storme on the coast of England upon Goodwin sands the 13 of Octob. 1630. By G. Lauder.
W. P., Servant to the light. / [1685] Tears wip'd off, or, The second essay of the Quakers by way of poetry occasioned by the coronation of James and Mary / written in the sincerity of the spirit, by W.P., a servant to the light.
Holyday, Barten, 1593-1661. / [1618] Technogamia: or The marriages of the arts. A comedie, written by Barten Holyday, Master of Arts, and student of Christ-Church in Oxford, and acted by the students of the same house before the Vniuersitie, at Shroue-tide.
Hanmer, Jonathan, 1606-1687. / [1657] Teleiosis, or, An exercitation upon confirmation the ancient way of completeing church-members ... : to which are annexed some directions for the putting of it into practice ... / by Jonathan Hanmer ...
Tell-truth. / [1680?] Tell-truth's answer to Tell-troth's letter to the Right Honourable the Earl of Shaftesbury in vindication of His Lordship / by as down-right an English-man as himself, without scandalous reflections.
Kenrick, Samuel, b. 1602 or 3. / [1627] The tell-troth's reqvitall, or, Truth's recompence: as it was preached the 12th day of November, 1626, at Eckington: wherein are contained these three propositions, (vindicating Paul from the aspersion of enmity, and laying it on the Galatians,) viz. 1 No grace of God in man can secure him from the enmity of the unregenerate. 2 Sometimes a ministers owne hearers are set in variance against him. 3 The publication of the truth is the cause of this variance. By Samuel Kenrick student in divinity, and preacher of Gods word in the same place.
Palmer, Anthony, 1618?-1679. / [MDCLIII. 1653] The tempestuous soul calmed by Jesus Christ;: being an extract of several sermons, / preached by Anthony Palmer, pastor of the church at Bourton on the Water in Gloucester-shire.
Lightfoot, John, 1602-1675. / [1650] The temple, especially as it stood in the dayes of Our Saviovr described by John Lightfoote.
Noyes, James, 1608-1656. / [1647. i.e. 1646] The temple measured: or, A brief survey of the temple mystical, which is the instituted church of Christ.: Wherein are solidly and modestly discussed, most of the material questions touching the constitution and government of the visible church militant here on earth. Together with the solution of all sorts of objections which are usually framed against the model and platform of ecclesiastical polity, which is here asserted and maintained. In particular here are debated, the points of so much controversie, touching the unity of the church, the members of the church, the form of the church, and church covenant, the power of the church, the officers of the church, and their power in church-government, the power of magistrates about the church, and some church acts, as admission of members, and other things set down in the table before the book. / By James Noyes teacher of the church at Newbery in New England.
M. T. / [1653] The temples foundation laid: or, a way for setlement of religion.: Humbly presented unto the Parliament. By M.T.
R. T. / [1638] De templis, a treatise of temples wherein is discovered the ancient manner of building, consecrating, and adorning of churches.
Leslie, Charles, 1650-1722. / [1694] Tempora mutantur, or, The great change from 73 to 93 in the travels of a professor of theology at Glasgow, from the primitive and Episcopal loyalty, through Italy, Geneva, &c. to the deposing doctrine, under papistico-phanatico-prelatico colours at Salisbury : together with his great improvement during his short stay at Cracovia.
Manley, Thomas, 1628-1690. / [1649] Temporis Angustiæ: Stollen houres recreations. Being meditations fitted according to the variety of objects. By Tho. Manley, jun. gent. and student, anno. ætatis 21mo.
Musculus, Wolfgang, 1497-1563. / [Anno Domini. 1555. In the month of July. 1555] The temporysour (that is to saye: the obseruer of tyme, or he that chaungeth with the tyme.) Compyled in Latyn by the excellent clarke Wolfangus Musculus, and tra[n]slated into Frenche by M. Vallerain Pullain. And out of Frenche into Inglishe by R.P. 1555.
Prynne, William, 1600-1669. / [1659] Ten considerable quæries concerning tithes,: the present petitioners and petitions for their total abolition, as antichristian, Jewish, burdensom, oppressive to the godly, consciencious people of the nation; excited, incouraged thereunto by disguised Jesuits, popish priests, friers, and Romish emissaries, to starve, suppress, extirpate our protestant ministers, church, religion; and bring them all to speedy confusion. / By William Prynne Esq; a bencher of Lincolns Inne.
Vaughan, Edward, preacher at St. Mary Woolnoth. / [1594] Ten introductions how to read, and in reading, how to vnderstand; and in vnderstanding, how to beare in mind all the bookes, chapters, and verses, contained in the holie Bible. With an answer for lawyers. Physitions. Ministers.
Sanderson, Robert, 1587-1663. / [1660] Ten lectures on the obligation of humane conscience: Read in the divinity school at Oxford, in the year, 1647. By that most learned and reverend father in God, Doctor Robert Sanderson, Bishop of Lincoln. &c. Translated by Robert Codrington, Master of Arts.
[1642] Ten matters worthy of note I. The declaration or resolution of the officers in the county of Essex, to the Earle of VVarwick, L. Lievtenant of that county. II. The Lord Willoughby of Parham his letter to an honorable Member of the Parliament. III. His Maiesties letter to the Lord VVilloughby of Parham. IIII. The Lord VVilloughby of Parham his letter, in answer to His Maiestie. V. With the message of the Lords to the House of Commons upon the said letrers [sic]. VI. Also the Lord of Warwicks, letter to his brother the Earle of Holland; VII. With the approbation of both Houses concerning the same. Die Iovis, 9. Iunii, 1642. Ordered by the Lords in Parliament, that these severall letters and resolutions shall be forthwith printed and pulished [sic]. Ioh. Brown, Cler. Parliament. VIII. And also a proclamation by the King, proclaimed in London the ninth of Iune, 1642. concerning Sir Iohn Hotham, and the militia. IX. And a declaration of the Lords and Commons in Parliament concerning the said proclamation. X With the
[1687?] Ten modest queries: humbly offer'd to the most serious consideration of the right reverend father in God, Thomas, lord bishop of Saint Davids, and that they may be communicated to the rest of the clergy, at his primary visitation now held for that diocess / by a true and sincere member of the Church of England, and well-wisher to his lordship in all things that are good and honest.
Taswell, James. / [1648] Ten necessary quæries touching the personall treatie very usefull and necessary to be considered. Also a right description of a cavalier: with some drops to quench the fiery bull of Colchester. By James Tasvvell, a true lover of King, Parliament, truth and peace.
Dod, John, 1549?-1645. / [1610] Ten sermons tending chiefely to the fitting of men for the worthy receiuing of the Lords Supper VVherein amongst many other holy instructions: the doctrines of sound repentance and humiliation, and of Gods speciall fauours vnto penitent sinners, and worthy communicants are largely and effectually handled. The six first, by I. Dod. The foure last, by R. Cleauer. Whereunto is annexed, a plaine and learned metaphrase on the epistle to the Collossians, written by a godly and iudicious preacher. There is also set before the sermons, a short dialogue of preparation: containing the chiefe points that concerne the worthy receiuing of the Lords Supper, taken for the most part, out of the sermons following: and collected into a method for the benefit and ease of those that desire direction in this matter.
Lake, Arthur, 1569-1626. / [1640] Ten sermons upon several occasions, preached at Saint Pauls Crosse, and elsewhere. By the Right Reverend Father in God Arthur Lake late Lord Bishop of Bath and Wells.
Hausted, Peter, d. 1645. / [1636] Ten sermons, preached vpon seuerall Sundayes and saints dayes 1 Vpon the Passion of our Blessed Savior. 2 Vpon his resurrection. 3 Vpon S. Peters Day. 4 Vpon S. Iohn the Baptists Day. 5 Vpon the Day of the blessed Innocents. 6 Vpon Palme Sunday. 7 and 8 Vpon the two first Sundays in Advent. 9 and 10 Vpon the parable of the Pharisee and publicane, Luke 18. Together with a sermon preached at the assises at Huntington. By P. Hausted Mr. in Arts, and curate at Vppingham in Rutland.
Killiray, Matthew. / [1675] Ten sermons: preached by that eminent divine, Matthew Killiray, B.D. ... ; to which are added excellent set forms of prayer and graces for children.
[1670] Tenants law: a treatise of great use, for tenants and farmers of all kinds, and all other persons whatsoever. Wherein the several natures, differences and kinds of tenures and tenants are discussed, and several cases in the law touching leases, rents, distresses, replevins, and other accidents between landlord and tenant, and tenant and tenant between themselves and others; especially such who have suffered by the late conflagration in the city of London. The second edition. By R.T. Gent.
Rigge, Ambrose, 1635?-1705. / [Printed in the year, 1700] A tender exhortation to Friends at Bristol,: to bring to remembrance how it was with them in the beginning.
Vokins, Joan, d. 1690. / [Printed in the year MDCLXXXVII. 1687] A tender invitation: unto all those that want peace with God, by reason of the burden of sin that keeps them from acceptance with the Lord Jesus, and from an assurance of salvation, though it be very desirable to them.
Waldenfield, Samuel. / [1680] A tender salutation to the flock of God
Thornton, Samuel. / [1670?] A tender salutation to the seed.:
Chandler, Jacob. / [M.DC.LXIV. 1664] A tender salutation: or, loving epistle to such, who have a breathing in the innocent life of my friends with whom I walked in the outward observances. Also, for my relations (after the flesh) with all others professing God, and that have any breathings after the truth in the inward parts. Wherein something is declared in the power and light of God, concerning the sure foundation, and the house of God, with the inward glory, government, cloathing, feeding, non-superiority, and safety, that is in Gods habitation. With a word to the weak to establish them, that they faint not at the appearances of outward trouble for their consciences. - Whereunto is annexed a further discovery of God to my soul, concerning the spiritual temple, tabernacle and ark of Gods testimony, being the truth, life, and substance of the temple, tabernacle and ark of the testimony under the legal day. - To be read in the light, which discovers the things that be of God. -
Marshall, Charles, 1637-1698. A tender visitation in the love of God unto all people everywhere particularly unto the inhabitants of Wiltshire, Gloucestershire, and Bristol, and to my neighbours in and about Tetherton, Calloways, and the adjacent towns and villages / by Charles Marshall.
R. F. (Richard Farnworth), d. 1666. / [1664] A tender visitation of heavenly love, streaming from the fountain of endless life unto the tribulated flock of Christ (whom the world in derission calls Quakers) being several epistles given forth, by the one spirit of truth, through several of the servants of the living God, who are called among men Richard Farnsworth, John Whitehead, Thomas Greene.
S. R. / [1661] A tender visitation of love to professors and profane, but especially to the inhabitants of the town of Waymouth. With some directions how they may try themselves, whether they are yet in their sins, or whether they are come to him that makes an end of sin. Also a warning to all sorts of people, that they may repent of the evil of their wayes whilest the day of mercy lasteth, least repentance be hid from their eyes. Howl ye inhabitants of the earth, for the day of vengeance is at hand, the Lord will stain the glory of all flesh. Being written from the breathings of life, by a hand-maid of the Lord, S. R.
Twells, John, b. 1651 or 2. / [1686] Tentamina elegantiarum bina: or, Two essays of elegancies in order to the bringing of scholars, after they can read and write true grammatical Latin, to a full and clear understanding and writing of terse and polite Latine. Principally intended for accomplishing the more adult youths in the frree-school at Newark upon Trent. By John Twells, school-master. Licensed, March 17. 1685[/]6. Rob. Midgley.
Teate, Faithful, b. 1621. / [1658] Ter tria: or the doctrine of the three sacred persons, father, son & spirit.: Principall graces, faith, hope, & love. Main duties, prayer, hearing, and meditation. Summarily digested for the pleasure and profit of the pious and ingenious reader. / By Faithfull Teate preacher of the Word at Sudbury in Suffolk.
J. S. / [1650] Teratologia: or, a discovery of Gods vvonders,: manifested in former and modern times by bloudy raine, and vvaters: vvith other prodigious occurences, being intimations of the divine displeasure; but withall, most gracious invitations to repentance. With certaine uses that a wise Christian will, and every Christian ought to make thereof. / By J. S.
Terence. / [1699] Terence's comedies: made English. With his life; and some remarks at the end. / By several hands.
[the xii. day of Iune. 1582.] De termino Michaelis anno .xiiij. regni regis Edwardi quarti.
[1574.] De termino Michaelis anno duodecimo Henrici sexti.
[1586?] De termino Michaelis anno duodecimo Henrici sexti.
[1584] De termino Pasche anno v.regni Regis Edwardi quarti.
[Anno. 1557 i.e. 1556?.] De termino Pasche anno. XVII. Edwardi quatti [sic].
[1531?] De termino Pasche. Anno. xvii. E. iiii.
[the xij daye of September, in the yere of oure Lorde, 1555] De termino Trinitatis anno I regni regis Edwardi Quinti
[Anno 1558 i.e. 1579] De termino trinitatis anno I. regni regis Edwardi quinti.
Manasseh ben Israel, 1604-1657. / [1700] De termino vitæ; or The term of life. Viz. Whether it is fix'd or alterable; with the sense of the Jewish doctors, both ancient and modern, touching predestination and free-will. Also an explication of several obscure passages and prophecies in the Old Testament; together with some remarkable customs observ'd by the Jews. Written in Latin by the famous Menasseh Ben Israel the Jew and now translated into English. To which are added, the author's life, never before publish'd; and a catalogue of his works.
[1688] Terms of depositation of the disposition by Mochrum to Greenock
[1679] A ternary of satyrs ... composed in French by an exquisite pen, and now done into English.
Queirós, Pedro Fernandes de, d. 1615. / [1617] Terra australis incognita, or A new southerne discouerie, containing a fifth part of the vvorld. Lately found out by Ferdinand de Quir, a Spanish captaine. Neuer before published. Translated by W.B.
Niclaes, Hendrik, 1502?-1580? / [1649] Terra pacis a true testification of the spiritual land of peace, which is the spiritual land of promise, and the holy city of peace, or the heavenly city of Jerusalem, and of the walking in the spirit, which leadeth thereunto / set forth by H.N. and by him newly perused and more plainly declared ; translated out of Base-Almaine.
R.C. Robert Crofts. / [1639] The terrestriall paradise, or, Happinesse on earth. Written by Robert Crofts.
[Printed in the yeer, 1648] Terrible and bloudy nevves from the disloyall army in the north declaring their perfidious and tyrannicall proceedings to the whole kingdom of England:: as also the raising of new forces in the kingdome of Scotland, to assist Monro against Lieutenant Generall Crumwell. And the Lieutenant Generals declaration touching the Scots. Likewise, a declaration of the proceedings of the levellers in Liecester-shire, under the command of Col. Martin, and their proclamation at Market-Harborom. Also, strange newes from the Prince of Wales, and the resolution of the souldiers in Holland, touching His Highnesse.
[1610] The terrible and deserued death of Francis Rauilliack shewing the manner of his strange torments at his execution, vpon Fryday the 25. of May last past, for the murther of the late French King, Henry the fourth. Together with an abstract out of diuers proclamations, and edicts, now concerning the state of France. As it was printed in French in three seuerall bookes published by authoritie. 1610.
W. D. / [in the year, 1674] Terrible and wonderful news from Scotland, or, A dreadful warning for usurers and extortioners.: Being a full and faithful relation how a most miserable griping usurer and oppressor of the poor, living near John a Grotes house in the Highlands, was on the third of May last past, carried away by an evil-spirit, and hurried too and fro in the air two days together, in the sight of thousands of people, and at last his body torn to pieces, and dropt in several places. / Communicated in a letter from one in the Highlands to a friend in London; dated from Glascow the 12th of May.
T. K. / [1642] Terrible newes from York sent in a letter to London concerning great and weighty affairs of high cousequence [sic].: Allo [sic], a great mutiny and uprore, which hapned in the city of York, at twelve of the clock at night by threescore rogues which rose with clubs and bils, animated on by some great person, against 20 men of good quality, who lodged there on Sunday night. With some passages concerning the Kentish petition. Togethether [sic] with a declaration from both Houses of Parliament, concerning the Church of England. Hen. Elsing Cler. Par. D. Com.
Squire, John. / [1620] Tes irenes trophæa, or, The tryumphs of peace that celebrated the solemnity of the right honourable Sir Francis Iones, Knight, at his inauguration into the maioraltie of London, on Monday being the 30. of October, 1620, at the particular cost and charge of the right worshipfull and ancient Society of the Haberdashers / with explication of the seuerall shewes and deuices by I.S.
Harrab, Thomas. / [1616] Tessaradelphus, or The four brothers. The qualities of whom are contayned in this old riddle. Foure bretheren were bred at once without flesh, bloud, or bones. One with a beard, but two had none, the fourth had but halfe one. Collected and translated, by Thomas Harrab.
[1700] Testamen[t] y dauddeg Padriarch meibion Jacob ...:
[Anno. 1567. Octob. 7] Testament Newydd ein arglwydd Jesu Christ. Gwedy ei dynnu, yd y gadei yr ancyfiaith, 'air yn ei gylydd or Groec a'r Llatin, gan newidio ffurf llythyreu y gairiae-dodi. Eb law hyny y mae pop gair a dybiwyt y vot yn andeallus, ai o ran llediaith y 'wlat, ai o ancynefinder y devnydd, wedy ei noti ai eglurhau ar 'ledemyl y tu dalen gydrychiol.
[1646] Testament Newydd ein harglwydd a'n hiachawdr Jesu Grist.
Bell, William, d. 1598. / [1632] The testament of William Bel. Gentleman Left written in his owne hand. Sett out above 33. yeares after his death. With annotations at the end, and sentences, out of the H. Scripture, fathers, &c. By his sonne Francis Bel, of the Order of Freers Minors, definitor of the province of England: guardian of S. Bonaventures colledge in Dovvay: and professor of the sacred Hebrevv tongue, in the same. Electo meo fœdus excidi
Shutte, Christopher, d. 1626. / [Anno Do. 1577. March 10] The testimonie of a true fayth conteyned in a short catechisme necessary to all families, for the more knowledge of God, and better bryngyng vp of chyldren in his fayth and feare. Gathered and written for the benefite of Gods well disposed children, By C.S. Preacher.
Devoyon, Simon. / [1585?] A testimonie of the true Church of God confirmed as well by the doctrine as liues of sundry holy men, both patriarkes, and prophetes, and also by the Apostles and their true successours. Wherein is manifestly shewed how that God hath in all ages raysed vp some, yea euen in most horrible darkenesse, which haue beene faithfull stewards, and true dispencers of his will, with a catalogue of their names. Translated out of French by William Phiston.
Turner, Bryan, 1634 or 5-1698. / [1681] Testimonium Jesu, or, The demonstration of the spirit for the confirmation of Christian faith, and conviction of all infidelity a sermon preached before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor and aldermen of the city of London, at the Guild Hall-Chappel / by Bryan Turner.
Kelsall, John. / [1682] A testimony against gaming, musick, dancing, singing, swearing and people calling upon God to damn them: commended to the consciences of all people in the sight of God, but more especially to those who keep publick-houses.
Kelsall, John. / [1682?] A testimony against gaming, musick, dancing, singing, swearing and peoples calling upon God to damn them. Commended to the consciences of all people in the sight of God, but more especially to those who keep publick houses.
David, John. / [1690?] A testimony against hypocrites and deceivers in defense of the truth
[1675] A Testimony against John Fenwick, concerning his proceeding about New-Cesaria or New-Jersey in the province of America.:
Mulliner, John. / [1677] A testimony against periwigs and periwig making, and playing on instruments of musick among Christians or any other in the days of the gospel being several reasons against those things / by one who for good conscience sake hath denyed and forsaken them, John Mulliner.
Bullock, Jeffery. / [1680?] A testimony against the 66 judges called Quakers who writ an epistle (as they call it) against John Story and John Wilkinson and those that joyned with them ...
Hickock, Richard. / [1659] A testimony against the people call'd Ranters and their pleads and a call or invitation to them to return to the Lord again.
Church of Scotland. Presbytery of Edinburgh. / [1659] A testimony and warning of the Presbyterie of Edinburgh against a late petition tending (in the scope and design thereof) to the overturning of the ordinances and truth of Christ in this Church, Octob. 5. Anno. Dom. 1659.
[1680] A testimony and wholesome advice concerning marriage.
Townsend, Theophila. / [1676] A testimony concerning the life and death of Jane Whitehead that faithful servant and hand-maid of the Lord, who was a mother in Israel, and her memorial is blessed of the Lord for ever : concerning her sufferings, and her faithfulness in her testimony in sufferings : with an exhortation to turn to the true light, in a few words to all backsliders from the truth / by a lover of truth and righteousness, who hath a testimony against oppression, cruelty, and persecution, wheresoever I see it appear against the innocent, T.T.
Sixmith, William, 1655 or 6-1677. / [1678?] A testimony concerning the life and death of William Sixmith, being sent with the following matter to London, in order to be made publick.
R. T. (Rebecca Travers), 1609-1688. / [1669] A testimony for God's everlasting truth as it hath been learned of and in Jesus testifying against such as through unbelief have departed from, or been disobedient to the spirit that conuinces the world of sin : among whom R.C. hath appeared with his many things, to oppose and withstand the one thing, the spirit of life, that sets free from sin and death, which is the truth which the people call Quakers have and do testifie to and of / R.T.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1688] A testimony for God's truth first, concerning new & heavenly Jerusalem, and Jerusalem from below. Secondly, concerning Christ the great mountain that fills the whole earth. Thirdly, how man and woman was created in the image of God, and to be help-meets one to another. Fourthly, how every one ought to improve the talent God gives them, to his glory, and their eternal happiness. By George Fox.
[1688] A testimony for the Lord and his truth given forth by the women friends, at their yearly meeting, at York, being a tender salutation of love, to their friends and sisters, in their several monthly meetings, in this county, and else where, greeting.
Swinton, John, 1621?-1679. / [1663?] A testimony for the Lord by John Swinton.
[1676] A Testimony for the man, Christ Jesus repelling the poyson & fallacy of William Haworth's pretended antidote against the Quakers / from the people of [sic] Quakers at Hertford.
Wright, Joseph, 1623-1703. / [1661] Testimony for the son of man and against the son of perdition wherein is set forth the faith and obedience of Gods elect, testified by the mouth of the Lord, angels & men. With a true discovery of a bundle of equivocations, confusions, and hyprocisies, in those who call themselves preachers of, and to the light within all men; who yet are so far in darkness themselves, that they acknowledge not the scriptures and ordinances of Jesus Christ, so as to be directed by the one, to the obedience of the other. By Joseph Wright, a servant of Jesus Christ.
Smith, Stephen, 1623-1678. / [Printed in the year 1668] A testimony for the truth and against deceit and deceivers: with a reproof unto those who are not faithful to the truth which they are convinced of / By Stephen Smith.
Bolton, John, 1599-1679. / [1673] A testimony in that which separates between the pretious [sic] and the vile and is for the friends and brethren who love the Lord Lesus [sic] Christ in sincerity and truth.
Fuller, Abraham, d. 1694. / [Printed in the year, 1687] The testimony of Abraham Fuller, concerning the death of his son Joseph. Shewing his blessed condition in the time of his sickness, and when he was near his departure: how wonderfully the Lord did appear by his spirit and power, revealing himself in him (after death has seised upon him) in a greater measure then ever before.
Parker, Alexander, 1628-1689. / [1656] A testimony of God, and his way, and worship against all the false wayes and worships of the vvorld.: Also an answer to some of the false doctrines held forth, by a professed minister, in VVales; shewing the unsoundness of his former actions, and is found to be one, in the nature of the vvorld; which sometime he hath spoken against. With an answer to some queries; propounded by one, who is called an Anabaptist. / Given forth for no other end, but in love to the truth, as it is in Iesus: by Alex: Parker.
Songhurst, John, d. 1688. / [Printed in the year 1680] A testimony of love and good vvill unto all them who desire to come to enjoy an everlasting being with the Lord of life when dayes in this world will have an end. Given forth by one that desireth the good of all, and that none may perish in sin, John SOnghurst.
[1685] A Testimony of love,: in tender advice and counsel, to all young men, and others, who profess the truth.
[Anno, 1648] The testimony of severall eminent commanders, late of the Army, commanded by the Lord Inchequin, commander of the Parliament forces in Munster. Sent by Vice Admirall Crowther to the Parliament at Westminster.
[1688] The Testimony of some persecuted Presbyterian ministers of the Gospel unto the covenanted reformation of the Church of Scotland and to the present expediency of continuing to preach the Gospel in the fields and against the present antichristian toleration in its nature and design &c. / given in to the ministers at Edenburgh by Mr. James Renwick upon the 17 Janwarii, 1688.
[1691?] The testimony of T. Beverley according to Scripture prophecy, concerning the kingdom of Christ near approaching, summ'd up in these following positions.
[1688?] A Testimony of tender advice and counsel given forth from our half-years meeting in Dublin, the 9th of the 9th month, 1688, to all that are convinced of the blessed truth and make profession thereof throughout this nation of Ireland.
Matern, John, 1639 or 40-1680. / [1680] The testimony of that dear and faithful man, John Matern who had lived six years and faithfully served the Lord in his vocation in the family of C. T. now dwelling at Edmonton in Middlesex. Also, other blessed testimonies concerning him, and the truth itself; with something concerning his blessed condition in the time of his sickness, and when he was near his departure. With several testimonies of sensible children who had been under his tuition. Published that God may have his glory in preserving his faithful ones faithful to the end. A. P.
Parker, Alexander, 1628-1689. / [1658] A testimony of the appearance of God in the spirit of power and the true light, making manifest the deceipts of the Serpent with some reasons why Margaret Hambleton doth deny the Presbyterians of Scotland, they being found in the steps of the false prophets.
[1676] The Testimony of the Hartford Quakers for the man Christ Jesus vindicated from the malicious slanders, perversions, confusions, impertinencies and idle quibling of William Haworth an independent-preacher ... : with a brief and serious reply by Mary Stout to what concerns her in Christianity re-established, which ... John Crook and William Bayly have discovered ... unto which the substance of this tract will serve for an appendix.
Parker, Alexander, 1628-1689. / [1657] A testimony of the Light within.: A glorious truth, which all the holy men of God did bear testimony unto, and from which they spoke forth the Sciptures, and the end of all preachings and writings was to bring to Light within, to worship God in spirit and truth, and to Christ within, the hope of glory. The truth cleared from scandals, and some of the errors and false doctrines of two Cornish teachers laid open and testified against. With a description of the true ministers of Christ, and of the free ministery both under the law and Gospell administration; ... Also a testimony of the dawning of the glorious day of the Lord, ... Here is likewise, in short, declared the differences between the old Covenant, ... & the new covenant, ... Given forth from Christ the light within in love to the souls of all people, ... that they may have union with me in my fathers love ... whose name according to the flesh is Alexander Parker. Written chiefly to the inhabitants of the town and parish of Austell, in the county, of Cornwall, but may serve for any others who are in the same nature and condition with them.
[1648] A testimony of the ministers in the county of Stafford to the trueth of Jesus Christ, and to the Solemn League and Covenant, as also against the errours, heresies, and blasphemies of these times, and the toleration of them. Sent up to the ministers within the province of London, subscribers of the first testimony.
[M.DC.XLVIII. 1648] A testimony of the ministers in the province of Essex,: to the trueth of Iesus Christ, and to the solemn league and covenant; as also against the errors, heresies, and blasphemies of these times, and the toleration of them. Sent up to the ministers within the province of London, subscribers of the first testimony.
Parker, Alexander, 1628-1689. / [1659] A testimony of truth given forth by a servant of the Lord, on the behalf of the despised servants, and professors of truth, who are made partakers of the heavenly power, which shakes the earth, and makes the inhabitants of the land to tremble, who are by the scorners of this generation called Quakers against the many lyes and slanders which the devil is the chief author of, arising forth of the bottomlesse pit, and vented forth by one James Livesey a professed minister of Christ in the county of Chester, but by his fruits is plainly manifested a minister of sin, and so of his Father who begat him, and sent him forth to oppose the living truth of God : but his folly is here manifested and declared to open view, that the simple and honest hearted may turn from him and all such deceitful workers, and may learn of Christ the light of the world, that their souls may live.
Sprigg, Joshua, 1618-1684. / [1648] A testimony to an approaching glory being an account of certain discourses lately delivered in Pancras, Soperlane, London / by Joshua Sprigge.
Bayle, Thomas. / [1675] A testimony to the free and universal love of God in Jesus Christ to the sons of men in true love sent forth (more especially) to the inhabitants of Colchester and parts adjacent, for them to read over, and weigh with due and serious consideration, in the blessed fear of the Lord / by Thomas Bayle.
[1679] A Testimony to the Lord's power and blessed appearance in and amongst children wherein is expressed the great love of God to them ...
Taylor, Frances, d. 1685. / [Printed in the year 1679] A testimony to the Lord's power and blessed appearance in and amongst children wherein is expressed the great love of God to them, who, as young and tender, have tasted of his good word & heavenly life. Published for the use of Friends, and to prevent various reports, that they may have a true account in the following testimonies, given forth by faithful witnesses. Here are also added to what was before printed, several pretious testimonies and epistles, which are as the effects of the appearance and opperation of that great power & wisdom of God in and amongst them.
Higgenson, Thomas. / [1656] A testimony to the true Jesus and the faith of him wherein the way of the people called Quakers is in meekness and righteousness summed and weighed, first in a general examen of their spirit and chief principles, after in a particular review of the same as it is distinctly set forth in a book of theirs, called, Love to the Lost : wherein are many things useful for the discerning of spirits in this hour of darkness and temptation / by T. Higgenson.
Furly, John, 1618-1686. / [1670] A testimony to the true light which is the vvay of life and righteousness, to all that obey it, and are subject to its requirings : being a serious admonition to all people to turn to the Lord, but more especially intended for the inhabitants of the town of Colchester and parts adjacent / by John Furly ; also, a true relation how the Lord made manifest strength in weakness, and raised up a living testimony to his eternal truth, in a child of his, (named, Elizabeth, who deceased the 16th of the twelf moneth, called February 1669) to the admiration of all that were about her.
Samble, Richard, 1644-1680. / [1676] A testimony unto the truth, and a warning unto the world in general, but more particularly to the inhabitants of Enoder parish in Cornwall by ... Richard Samble.
Tejeda, Fernando de, fl. 1623. / [1623] Texeda retextus: or The Spanish monke his bill of diuorce against the Church of Rome together with other remarkable occurrances.
Scott, John, 1639-1695. / [1688] The texts examined which papists cite out of the Bible to prove the supremacy of St. Peter and of the Pope over the whole church.