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[Printed in the happy yeer of the Lords liberty. 1649] A thakns-giving [sic] for the recovery of Philip, Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery.: Who being lately admitted into the supreame authority of the nation a Knight for Berkshire; was unfortunately jeared into a pestilent-feaver, which after turn'd to the fowl disease, but by the skill of a state-emperick and Mrs. May his nurse is happily recovered: and desires a thanksgiving for the same, from the supreame authority, and all other well-affected to the nation. Taken verbatim from his own mouth, by Michael Oldsworth.
[1684] Thamasis's advice to the painter, from her frigid zone, or, Wonders upon the water
Tuckney, Anthony, 1599-1670. / [1654] Thanatoktasia. Or, Death disarmed: and the grave swallowed up in victory.: A sermon preached at St. Maries in Cambridge, Decemb. 22. 1653. At the publick funerals of Dr. Hill, late Master of Trinity Colledge in that University. With a short account of his life and death. To which are added two sermons more upon the same text, preached afterward in the same place. / By Anthony Tuckney, D.D. Master of St. Johns Colledge in Cambridge.
Wheeler, Thomas, ca. 1620-1676. / [1676] A thankefull remembrance of Gods mercy to several persons at Quabaug or Brookfield partly in a collection of providences about them, and gracious appearances for them: and partly in a sermon preached by Mr. Edward Bulkley, Pastor of the Church of Christ at Concord, upon a day of thanksgiving, kept by divers for their wonderfull deliverance there. Published by Capt. Thomas VVheeler. [Five lines from Psalms]
Comyns, John, b. 1587 or 8. / [1617] The thankefull Samaritane In a sermon at S. Peters in Exeter, the sixth of August, Anno 1617. Being the day of the deliuerance of that citie from the rebels, in the dayes of King Edward the Sixth. At which time the Assises was also there holden. By Iohn Comyns Master of Arts of Exeter Colledge in Oxford, and minister of Gods word at Crediton in Devon.
J. B. / [Printed in the year, 1680] Thanks upon thanks: or, The suburbs's joy for the city's election.
R. L. / [MDCXCVII. 1697] A thanksgiving sermon for His Majesty's safe return and for the happy and honourable peace, of which God has made him the glorious instrument, Preached in Highgate Chapel, on Thursday the 2d of December, 1697. BY R. L. V.A.L.
Stephens, William, d. 1718. / [1696] A thanksgiving sermon preach'd before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor, Court of Aldermen, sheriffs, and companies of the city of London at St. Mary-le-bow, April 16, 1696, upon occassion of His Majesty's deliverence from a villanous assassination in order to a French invasion by William Stephens ...
Jenks, Benjamin, 1646-1724. / [1689] A thanksgiving sermon preach'd upon the fifth of November, 1689 by Ben. Jenks.
Lightburn, William. / [1661] A thanksgiving sermon preached at Christ-Church before the lords justices and council upon the 23 of October, 1661, by W.L., D.D., chaunter of Christ-Church, Dublin.
Towers, William, 1617?-1666. / [1660] A thanksgiving sermon. For the blessed restauration of his sacred Majesty Charles the II.: Preach'd at Upton before Sir Richard Samwel, knight, May 29. 1660. By William Towers Batchelor in Divinity; eighteen years titular prebendary of Peterburgh; sixteen, titular parson of Barnake. Now (by the friendly favor of Mr. Reynolds) continued curate at Upton in the diocess of Peterburgh. With a short apostrophe to the King.
Gallaway, William, fl. 1692-1697. / [1697] A thanksgiving-sermon for the peace preach'd at the parish-church of St. Dunstan's in the West, Dec. IId, 1697 / by William Gallaway ... ; printed at the particular request of some of the hearers.
Gardiner, James, 1637-1705. / [MDCXCVII. 1697] A thanksgiving-sermon for the peace: preach'd at St Michael Crookedlane, December the 2d, 1697. By James Gardiner, M.A. rector of the said parish.
Gardiner, James, 1637-1705. / [1696] A thanksgiving-sermon preached at St. Michaels Crooked-Lane April 16th, 1696, upon occasion of His Majestie's deliverance from the late intended assassination of his sacred person in order to a French invasion / by James Gardiner.
Sedgwick, Obadiah, 1600?-1658. / [1644] A thanksgiving-sermon, preached before the honourable House of Commons at Westminster, April 9. 1644. For the happie and seasonable victory of Sir Will. Waller and Sir Will. Balfore, &c. over Sir Ralph Hopton and his forces raised against the Parliament. / By Obadiah Sedgwick B.D. and Pastour at Coggeshall in Essex. Published by order of the House of Commons.
University of Oxford. / [ca. 1690] Thanksgivings.
England and Wales. Commissioners of Subsidy. / [1515] Thartycles of the effecte of the othe made at the laste parlyme[n]t by thauctoryte of the same of the prese[n]tours to be named [and] assigned of dyuers placis by the seuerall kynges co[m]missioners assygned by his letters patentes for the settynge, taxinge, ratynge, [and] assessynge of the kynges subsedie ...
R. T. (Rebecca Travers), 1609-1688. / [1659] Of that eternal breath begotten and brought forth not of flesh & blood, nor of the will of man but by the Father of spirits, which according to his own wil worketh to wil & to do of his good pleasure, when, or in whom he pleaseth.
Whitlock, John, 1625-1709. / [1698] That great duty and comfortable evidence (keeping our selves from our iniquity) opened and applied in some sermons upon Psal. 18, 23 / by John Whitlock.
One who heartily wisheth the speedy promotion of this proposition of underwriting as almost the onely remedy. / [1642] That great expedition for Ireland: by way of underwriting proposed, by both Houses of Parliament, and graciously assented unto by His Maiesty is heere vindicated as pious, charitable, iust, politicke, profitable. And obiections to the contrary clearely answered, by one who heartily wisheth the speedy promotion of this proposition of underwriting, as almost the onely remedy.
E. K. / [Printed in the year 1672] That neither temporallitie[s] nor tythes is due to the bishops, prelates nor clergy, by a Gospel rule. And that kings, princes and lords temporal, may j[ust]ly take the temporallities and tythes from them, and dispose of the ... the defence and benefit of the kingdom, and the relief of the poor. Proved by the laws and pract[i]ce of twenty Kings of Judah, England, and France as also by the testimonies of the Universities of Oxford and Prague, fifty four of ... nobles of Bohemia and Morania, two hundred and fifty years agone, and als[o] one hundred and twenty authors beside. Together with some directions how gospel ministers ought to have maintenance, according to the gospel rule, and institutions of Iesus Christ. By E. K.
T. H. (Thomas Hale) / [October, 1697] That the bringing on boards above, and paying the plank with stuff under a mill'd-lead-sheathing, is damageable, more charge, and altogether unnecessary plainly prov'd from experience as well as reason.
England and Wales. Parliament. / [1646] That the Committee of Sequestrations in the severall counties doe returne to the committee at Goldsmiths-Hall all the names of papists and delinquents which are or have been sequestred by them respectively in their severall counties ...
Machell, Thomas. / [1677] That the northern counties which abound in antiquities and ancient gentry, may no longer be bury'd in silence
Deios, Laurence, d. 1618. / [An. Dom. 1590] That the pope is that Antichrist: and An answer to the obiections of sectaries, which condemne this Church of England Two notably learned and profitable treatises or sermons vpon the 19. verse of the 19. chapter of the Reuelation: the first whereof was preached at Paules Crosse in Easter terme last, the other purposed also to haue bene there preached. By Lawrence Deios Bachelor in Diuinitie, and minister of Gods holy word.
[Printed in the Year 1689] That the right both of chusing sheriffs, and of admitting them to, or precluding them from, the relieving themselves by fine, is solely inthe [sic] Common-Hall briefly opened and defended.
Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. / [1640] Of the advancement and proficience of learning; or, The partitions of sciences· Nine books. Written in Latin by the most eminent, illustrious, and famous Lord Francis Bacon Baron of Verulam, Vicount St. Alban, Councellor of Estate, and Lord Chancellor of England. Interpreted by Gilbert Watts.
Smith, Richard, 1566-1655. / [M. DC. LIII. 1653] Of the al-svfficient external proposer of matters of faith. Devided into tvvo bookes: In the first. Is proved, that the true church of God, is the al-sufficient external proposer of matters of faith. In the second. Is shewed the manifold uncertanities of Protestants concerning the scripture: and how scripture is, or is not, an entire rule of faith. By C. R. doctor of diuinitie.
Salteren, George. / [1605] Of the antient lavves of great Britaine. George Saltern.
Norton, Robert, d. 1635. / [1624] Of the art of great artillery, viz. The explanation of the most excellent and necessary definitions, and questions, pronounced and propounded, by that rare souldier and mathematician, Thomas Digges Esquire and by him published, in his Stratiaticos, and Pantometria, concerning great ordinance, and his theorems thereupon. Together, vvith certaine expositions, and answers thereunto adioyned: written by Robert Norton gunner. And by him dedicated, to the worshipfull Iohn Reinolds Esquire, master gunner of England.
Hayne, Thomas, 1582-1645. / [Printed in the yeare 1642] Of the article of our creed: Christ descended to Hades, or ad Inferos.: Posit. 1. Christs soule went to Hades, or ad Inferos. 2. It concerns a Christian to know the right meaning of this article. Quest. 1. What is meant in the creed by this article? 2. Did Christs soule goe to heaven or Gehenna? With answers to both of them severally.
Smith, Richard, 1566-1655. / [M.DC.XXI. 1621] Of the author and substance of the protestant church and religion two bookes. Written first in Latin by R.S. Doctour of Diuinity, and now reuiewed by the author, and translated into English by VV. Bas.
Hales, John, 1584-1656. / [Printed in the yeare, 1646] Of the blasphemie against the Holy-Ghost.
Troughton, William, 1614?-1677? / [1677] Of the causes and cure of sad disconsolate thoughts in Christians. By one of their sympathizing fellow-members, W. Traughton.
Woodward, Ezekias, 1590-1675. / [1649] Of the childs portion viz: Good education. By E. W. Or, The book of the education of youth, that hath for some yeers lain in obscurity; but is now brought to light, for the help of parents and tutors, to whom it is recommended. By Will: Goudge, D.D. Edm: Calamy. John Goodwin. Joseph Caryll. Jer: Burroughs. William Greenhill.
Julius, of Milan. / [mense Maio May 1552] Of the Christian Sabboth a godlye treatise of Mayster Iulius of Milayne / translated out of Italian into English, by Thomas Langley.
Woolton, John, 1535?-1594. / [1576] Of the conscience A discourse wherein is playnely declared, the vnspeakeable ioye, and comfort of a good conscience, and the intollerable griefe and discomfort of an euill conscience. Made by Iohn Woolton, minister of the Gospell. Anno. 1576.
Goodwin, Thomas, 1600-1680. / [1696] Of the constitution, right, order, and government of the churches of Christ by Tho. Goodwin ...
Finch, Martin, 1628?-1698. / [1680] Of the conversion of sinners to God in Christ: The [bracket] 1. necessity, 2. nature, [double bracket] 3. means, 4. signs of it. With a concluding speech to the unconverted. / By Martin Fynch ...
Waite, John, fl. 1666. / [1650] Of the creatures liberation from the bondage of corruption. Wherein is discussed I. What is most probably meant by (the creature.) II. The vanitie or corruption from which it shall be delivered, and its unwillingnesse to that vanitie. III. The manner or way of its deliverance. IV. What creatures are conceived as most capable of this, and of their use after restauration. V. And lastly is discussed that glorious libertie of the sonnes of God into which the creature is to be reduced. Discursu philosophico--theologico, by John Waite, B.D.
Shower, John, 1657-1715. / [1694] Of the day of grace, or, A discourse concerning the possibility and fear of its being past before death shewing the groundless doubts, and mistaken apprehensions of some as to their being finally forsaken and left of God, with the dangerous symptomsand approaches of others to such a sad state, in four sermons from Psalm LXXX1. 11, 12 / by John Shower.
Falle, Philip, 1656-1742. / [1695] Of the descent of the Paraclet a sermon preach'd before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor and court of aldermen at the Guild-Hall chappel, April 21, 1695, being the fourth Sunday after Easter / by Philip Falle ...
Smith, Richard, 1566-1655. / [1645] Of the distinction of fvndamental and not fvndamental points of faith devided into two bookes, in the first is shewed the Protestants opinion touching that distinction, and their uncertaintie therin : in the second is shewed and proued the Catholick doctrin touching the same / by C.R.
Ferne, H. (Henry), 1602-1662. / [1655] Of the division betvveen the English and Romish church upon the reformation by way of answer to the seeming plausible pretences of the Romish party / much enlarged in this edition by H. Ferne ...
Bullinger, Heinrich, 1504-1575. / [1580?] Of the end of the world and iudgement of our Lord Iesus Christe to come, and of the moste perillous dangers of this our moste corrupt age, and by what meanes the godly may auoid the harmes thereof, sermons preached in latin in the assembly of the clergie by Henry Bullinger, and now lately englished by Thomas Potter.
Bellarmino, Roberto Francesco Romolo, Saint, 1542-1621. / [1638] Of the eternall felicity of the saints fiue bookes. Writen in Latin by the most illustrious Cardinall Bellarmine, of the Society of Iesus. And translated into English by A.B. Permissu superiorum.
Bennett, John, a servant of Christ and his church at Brentford-end. / [1655] Of the eternity of Gods election the certainty of saints perseverence together with the peculiarity of Christ's redemption : in answer to Henry Haggar's Order of causes of Gods fore-knowledge, election, and predestination &c. / by John Bennett.
Tooker, William, 1558?-1621. / [1604] Of the fabrique of the Church and church-mens liuings. By William Tooker Doctor in Diuinitie, his Maiesties chaplaine in ordinarie.
[1650] Of the faithful friendship that lasted between two faithful friends. To the tune of, Flying fame.
Sheppard, William, d. 1675? / [1649] Of the foure last and greatest things: death, iudgement, heaven and hell.: The description of the happinesse of heaven, and misery of hell, by way of antithesis. With the way or means to passe through death, and judgement, into heaven, and to avoid hell. / By VVilliam Shepheard, Esquire.
[Printed in the Year MDCLXXX 1680] Of the French monarchy and absolute power and also a treatise of the three states and their power, deduced from the most authentick histories for above 1200 years / this latter by Mat. Zampini de Recanati, LL.D.
Eleanor, Lady, d. 1652. / [Printed in the year 1648] Of the general great days approach. To his excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax general. From the Lady Eleanor Da: & Do
Thorndike, Herbert, 1598-1672. / [1641] Of the government of churches;: a discourse pointing at the primitive form.
[1542?] Of the great treason and syege of Andwerpe that was in July last past by Marten of Rossen which came forth of Gelderlande with xiiii.M. men of armes.
Bunny, Edmund, 1540-1619. / [1611] Of the head-corner-stone: by builders still ouer-much omitted that is; a forme of teaching Iesus Christ, out of all the Holy Scriptures, both of the Old Testament (that are canonicall) and the New ... The whole worke being digested into two seuerall tomes: eyther of which tomes, hauing two bookes therevnto appertaining: as more at large is to be seene in the next leafe. Togither with certaine tables of diuers sorts, for the better vnderstanding, and vse of these bookes ... By Edm: Bunny, Batcheler of Diuinitie.
Jones, Thomas, 1622?-1682. / [1678] Of the heart and its right soveraign, and Rome no mother-church to England, or, An historical account of the title of our British Church, and by what ministry the Gospel was first planted in every country with a remembrance of the rights of Jerusalem above, in the great question, where is the true mother-church of Christians? / by T.J.
Harris, Benjamin, d. 1716? / [Mar. 19, 1680/1. i.e. 1681] To the honourable House of Commons assembled in Parliament the case and humble petition of Benjamin Harris, bookseller prisoner in the Kings-bench.
Gee, Edward, 1657-1730. / [1692] Of the improvement of time a sermon preach'd before the Queen at White-Hall, August 7, 1692 / by Edward Gee.
Falle, Philip, 1656-1742. / [1695] Of the impunity of bad men in the world a sermon preach'd at White-hall, Decemb. 30, 1694 / by Philip Falle ...
La Placette, Jean, 1629-1718. / [1588 i.e. 1688] Of the incurable scepticism of the Church of Rome
Falkland, Lucius Cary, Viscount, 1610?-1643. / [MDCXLV 1645] Of the infallibilitie of the Chvrch of Rome a discourse written by the Lord Viscount Falkland ...
Pembroke, William Herbert, 3rd Earl of, 1580-1630. / [1654] Of the internal and eternal nature of man in Christ.:
[1699 i.e. 1700] By the King, a proclamation
Brabourne, Theophilus, b. 1590. / [1661] Of the lavvfnluess [sic] of the oath of allegiance to the king, and of the other oath to his supremacy. Written for the benefit of Quakers and others, who out of scruple of conscience, refuse the oath of allegiance, and supremacy. / By Theophilus Brabourn.
Musculus, Wolfgang, 1497-1563. / [1556?] Of the lawful and vnlawful vsurie amo[n]gest Christians, added by Wolfgang Muscul vnto the ende of his booke vppon the Psalmes.
Houghton, Thomas, Gent. / [1694] To the Lords, spiritual and temporal, together with the House of Commons, assembled in this present Parliament, 1693/4
Matthew, Tobie, Sir, 1577-1655. / [M. DC. XXII. 1622] Of the love of our only Lord and Saviour, Iesus Christ: Both that which he beareth to vs; and that also which we are obliged to beare to him. Declared by the principall mysteries of the life, and death of our Lord; as they are deluiered [sic] to vs in Holy Scripture. With a preface, or introduction to the discourse.
Taffin, Jean, 1529-1602. / [1590] Of the markes of the children of God and of their comforts in afflictions. To the faithfull of the Low Countrie. By Iohn Taffin. Ouerseene againe and augmented by the author, and translated out of French by Anne Prowse.
Pufendorf, Samuel, Freiherr von, 1632-1694. / [1698] Of the nature and qualification of religion in reference to civil society written by Samuel Puffendorff ... ; which may serve as an appendix to the author's Duty of men ; translated from the original.
Holyday, Barton, 1593-1661. / [1654] Of the nature of faith.: A sermon, / by Barten Holyday, Doctor of Divinity.
[1520?] Of the newe la[n]des and of ye people founde by the messengers of the kynge of porty[n]gale named Emanuel Of the. x. dyuers nacyons crystened. Of pope Iohn̄ and his landes, and of the costely keyes and wonders molodyes that in that lande is.
Mathew, Francis, Esquire. / [1655] Of the opening of rivers for navigation the benefit exemplified by the two Avons of Salisbury and Bristol : with a Mediterranean passage by water for billanders of thirty tun, between Bristol and London, with the results.
Mathew, Francis, Esquire. / [1660] Of the opening of rivers for navigation, the benefit exemplified, by the two Avons of Salisbury and Bristol. : with a Mediterranean passage by water for billanders of thirty tun, between Bristol and London, with the results.
[Anno. M.D.XL. 1540] Of the preparation to the crosse, and to deathe and of the comforte vnder the crosse and death, two bokes very fruictefull for deuoute people to rede, translated from latyn to englysshe, by Rycharde Tracy.
Mather, W. (William), fl. 1695. / [1700] Of the Quakers despising the Holy Scriptures as appears in their preachers printed books as follows.
Mather, W. (William), fl. 1695. / [1700] Of the Quakers despising the holy scriptures. As appears in their preachers printed books, as follows; collected in the fear of the Lord, for no other end, but to move the Quakers to get all their errors retracted, and to caution all others against them.
Kimedoncius, Jacobus, d. 1596. / [1598] Of the redemption of mankind three bookes wherein the controuersie of the vniuersalitie of redemption and grace by Christ, and of his death for all men, is largely handled. Hereunto is annexed a treatise of Gods predestination in one booke. Written in Latin by Iacob Kimedoncius D. and professor of Diuinitie at Heidelberge, and translated into English by Hugh Ince preacher of the word of God.
Stratford, Nicholas, 1633-1707. / [1694] Of the reverence due to God in his publick worship a sermon preach'd before the King & Queen, at White-Hall, March 25, 1694, being the 5th Sunday in Lent / by the Right Reverend Father in God, Nicholas Lord Bishop of Chester.
Horne, Robert, 1565-1640. / [1619] Of the rich man and Lazarus. Certaine sermons, by Robert Horne.
Du Moulin, Lewis, 1606-1680. / [1658] Of the right of churches and of the magistrates power over them. Wherein is further made out 1. the nullity and vanity of ecclesiasticall power (of ex-communicating, deposing, and making lawes) independent from the power of magistracy. 2. The absurdity of the distinctions of power and lawes into ecclesiasticall and civil, spirituall and temporall. 3. That these distinctions have introduced the mystery of iniquity into the world, and alwayes disunited the minds and affections of Christians and brethren. 4. That those reformers who have stood for a jurisdiction distinct from that of the magistrate, have unawares strenghthened [sic] the mystery of iniquity. / By Lewis du Moulin Professour of History in the Vniversity of Oxford.
Towerson, Gabriel, 1635?-1697. / [M DCLXXXVII. 1687] Of the sacrament of baptism, in pursuance of an explication of the catechism of the Church of England. By Gabriel Towerson, D.D. and rector of Welwynne in Hartfordshire.
Towerson, Gabriel, 1635?-1697. / [1686] Of the sacraments in general, in pursuance of an explication of the catechism of the Church of England by Gabriel Towerson ...
Bellarmino, Roberto Francesco Romolo, Saint, 1542-1621. / [1638] Of the seaven last vvordes spoken by Christ vpon the crosse, two bookes. Written in Latin by the most illustrious cardinall Bellarmine, of the Society of Iesus. And translated into English by A.B.
Fuller, Francis, 1637?-1701. / [1700] Of the shortness of time by Francis Fuller ...
Allen, William, d. 1686. / [1684] Of the state of the church in future ages, or, An inspection into the divine prophecies touching the state of the church, in the latter ages of the world / by W.A.
Lowth, Simon, 1630?-1720. / [1685] Of the subject of church power in whom it resides, its force, extent, and execution, that it opposes not civil government in any one instance of it / by Simon Lowth ...
Lily, William, 1468?-1522. / [1522] Of the tryu[m]phe, and the 'vses that Charles themperour, [et] the most myghty redouted kyng of England, Henry the. viii. were saluted with, passyng through London.
[Anno dom. 1682] Of the two last things viz. resurrections and judgments at last revealed by Christ himself, as being needful points of doctrine respecting the last times of this world : set forth by question and answer ... to be added to all catechisms that have them not.
Doughty, Thomas, fl. 1618-1638. / [1637 i.e. 1638] Of the visible sacrifice of the Church of God· The first part. VVritten by Anonymus Eremita
Douglas, Thomas, fl. 1661. / [ann. Dom. 1661] Theanthrōpos or The great mysterie of godlines opened by way of antidote against the great mysterie of iniquity, (now awork in the Romish Church.) In a sound and seasonable treatise; wherein 1. The incarnation of the Son of God (and evangelicall love, wisdome, humility, &c. expressed in that contrivance) is fully explicated and displayed. 2. Ceremonies in poynt of divine worship are concluded to be by Christ (the true Messiah) abrogated; and examined whether they are not since Christ, Jewish-anti-Christian; where the Jew and Judaizing Christian are deservedly taxed. 3. Christian liberty with its VIII steps and V boundaries, is modestly and briefly asserted; and many other matters of consequence and moment are imparted; but now published for vindication of the truth and its assertor. By Thomas Douglas, M.A. minister of the Gospel at Olaves-Silverstreet, in London.
Arrowsmith, John, 1602-1659. / [1660] Theanthrōpos; or, God-man: being an exposition upon the first eighteen verses of the first chapter of the Gospel according to St John. Wherein, is most accurately and divinely handled, the divinity and humanity of Jesus Christ; proving him to be God and man, coequall and coeternall with the Father: to the confutation of severall heresies both ancient and modern. By that eminently learned and reverend divine, John Arrowsmith, D.D. late Master of Trinity-Colledge in Cambridge, and Professor of Divinity there.
Selden, John, 1584-1654. / [1661] Theanthropos: or, God made man.: A tract proving the nativity of our Saviour to be on the 25. of December. / By John Selden, that eminently-learned antiquary, late of the Inner-Temple.
Boaistuau, Pierre, d. 1566. / [1615.] Theater dv mond sef ivv. Gorsedd y byd lle i gellir gvveled trueni a lefcnid noran y corph ai o-didavvgrvvydd [sic] o ran yr enaid, a scrifenvvyd gynt yn y Phrangaeg ag a gyfiathvvyd i'r gymraeg drvvy lafyr Rosier Smyth o dref lanelvvy athravv o theologyddiaeth..
Rowlands, Samuel, 1570?-1630? / [1605] A theater of delightfull recreation.
[M. DC. XXIIII. 1624] The theater of Iaponia's constancy in which an hundred and eighteene glorious martyrs suffered death for Christ, in the yeare of our Lord 1622. Also, a briefe relation of the many, and wonderfull miracles, it hath pleased God lately to worke, by the merits and intercession of S. Ignatius, founder of the Society of Iesus, at Munebrega a towne in Spayne, in the moneths of Aprill and May, of the yeare 1623. Both faithfully translated out of Spanish originalls, lately printed at Madrid.
Simotta, George. / [1631] A theater of the planetary houres for all dayes of the yeare. VVherein may be gathered from the earth, vnder the cœlestiall influences, divers sorts of hearbs, rootes, leaves, barkes, flowers, fruits, seedes, stones, animals, &c. for the vse of physick: whereby both suddenly, and happily infirmities may be cured. The evils too are set downe, that happen, and are caused by the seuen plannets: the friendship and hatred betwixt them: the sunne rising; and to finde the determinate houre of it. A worke not onely curious and delightfull, but likewise necessary for physitians, and all curious spirits. Composed by George Simotta a Grecian, of Constantinople, spagirick physitian, to Monsieur, brother to his Majestie of France. Translated out of Greeke, into French, and now into English, fitted to our calculation.
I. C., student in divinity. / [With permission, Anno 1620] The theatre of Catolique and Protestant religion diuided into twelue bookes. Wherein the zealous Catholike may plainelie see, the manifest truth, perspicuitie, euident foundations and demonstrations of the Catholique religion; together with the motiues and causes, why he should perseuer therin. ... Written by I.C. student in diuinitie.
Chassanion, Jean de, 1531-1598. / [1597] The theatre of Gods iudgements: or, a collection of histories out of sacred, ecclesiasticall, and prophane authours concerning the admirable iudgements of God vpon the transgressours of his commandements. Translated out of French and augmented by more than three hundred examples, by Th. Beard.
Boaistuau, Pierre, d. 1566. / [1663] The theatre of the world in the which is discoursed at large the many miseries and frailties incident to mankinde in this mortall life : with a discourse of the excellency and dignity of mankinde, all illustrated and adorned with choice stories taken out of both Christian and heathen authors ... / being a work of that famous French writer, Peter Bovistau Launay, in three distinct books ; formerly translated into Spanish by Baltazar Peres del Castillo ; and now into English by Francis Farrer ...
Forde, Thomas. / [1661] Theatre of wits ancient and modern attended with severall other ingenious pieces from the same pen [brace] viz. I. Faenestra in pectore, or, A century of familiar letters, II. Loves labyrinth: A tragi-comedy, III. Fragmenta poetica, or, Poetical diversions, IV. Virtus redivivi, a panegyrick on our late king Charles of ever blessed memory concluding with A panegyrick on His Sacred Majesties most happy return / by T.F.
[1640] Theatrum botanicum: = The theater of plants. Or, An herball of a large extent containing therein a more ample and exact history and declaration of the physicall herbs and plants that are in other authours, encreased by the accesse of many hundreds of new, rare, and strange plants from all the parts of the world, with sundry gummes, and other physicall materials, than hath beene hitherto published by any before; and a most large demonstration of their natures and vertues. Shevving vvithall the many errors, differences, and oversights of sundry authors that have formerly written of them; and a certaine confidence, or most probable conjecture of the true and genuine herbes and plants. Distributed into sundry classes or tribes, for the more easie knowledge of the many herbes of one nature and property, with the chiefe notes of Dr. Lobel, Dr. Bonham, and others inserted therein. Collected by the many yeares travaile, industry, and experience in this subject, by Iohn Parkinson apothecary of London, and the Kings herbarist. And published by the Kings Majestyes especiall priviledge.
Ortelius, Abraham, 1527-1598. / [1606 i.e. 1608?] Theatrum orbis terrarum Abrahami OrtelI Antuerp. geographi regii. = The theatre of the vvhole world: set forth by that excellent geographer Abraham Ortelius
Tany, Thomas, fl. 1649-1655. / [1655] Theauraujoh[n] his aurora in tranlagornm in Salem Gloria. Or The discussive of the law and the gospell betwixt the Jew and the Gentile in Salem resurrectionem:
Tany, Thomas, fl. 1649-1655. / [1651] Theauraujohn his Theous ori apokolipikal: or, Gods light declared in mysteries: Salem ori ad te Israel. Theauraujohn Tanni. Dedicated to the army and the risen people in all lands, coming forth in the first fruits in the evangelical operation. To these is the dedication of this book; and their eyes behold the truth, none else. I have added to this book the particular charges in the indictment against Captain Robert Norwood and my self, and my defence against the charge.
Tany, Thomas, fl. 1649-1655. / [1653] Theauraujohn Tani his Second part of his Theous-ori apokolipikal, or, God's light declared in mysteries for which epistles I was six months falsly imprisoned, as by judgement of my Lord Chief Justice Rolls, and the rest of his brethren the judges upon the upper bench is declared : and what I have written I will maintain against all the learned men in the world : and I challenge the whole universities and their adherents to answer the books, if they be able, or to a fair dispute before the people, and if none dare appear, then I conclude that they are in the dark, and dare not come to the light / wrote by me Magi Tani Est.
Tany, Thomas, fl. 1649-1655. / [1652] Theavrau Iohn his epitah [sic] and Evrops looking-glass
Tany, Thomas, fl. 1649-1655. / [1652] Theavrauiohn high priest to the Ievves,: his disputive challenge to the universities of Oxford and Cambridge, and the whole hirach. of Roms clargical priests.
Heylyn, Peter, 1600-1662. / [Printed in the yeare M.DC.XLIII 1643] Theeves, theeves, or, A relation of Sir Iohn Gell's proceedings in Darbyshire, in gathering up the rents of the lords and gentlemen of that county by pretended authority from the two Houses of Parliament.
Fonseca, Cristóbal de, 1550?-1621. / [1652] Theion enōtikon, A discourse of holy love, by which the soul is united unto God: Containing the various acts of love, the proper motives, and the exercise of it in order to duty and perfection. Written in Spanish by the learned Christopher de Fonseca, done into English with some variation and much addition, by Sr George Strode, Knight.
Geree, John, 1601?-1649. / [1648] Theiopharmakon.: A divine potion to preserve spirituall health, by the cure of unnaturall health-drinking. Or An exercise wherein the evill of health-drinking is by clear and solid arguments convinced. Written for the satisfaction, and published by the direction of a godly Parliament-man. / By Jo: Geree, M.A. and pastor of St. Faiths in London.
[1651] Theios divine beames of glorious light.: Shining from the sacred scriptures, which expell the fogges of error, that engender darknesse, in doubting soules, by mistaken thoughts, touching the diety, faith, and Christain ordinances. With a cordial to heal the corasives which the ill potion prepared by Mr. John Fry, a late member of Parliament, hath ingendred. / Written by one, who desires more that God may be glorified, then to affix his name to gain the vaine applause of man. Licensed and entered in the Stationeers Hall book.
Allyn, John, d. 1696. / [Anno Dom. 1694] Their Majesties colony of Connecticut in New-England vindicated from the abuses of a pamphlet, licensed and printed at New-York 1694. Intituled, Some seasonable considerations for the good people of Connecticut / by an answer thereunto.
England and Wales. Sovereign (1689-1694 : William and Mary) / [M DC XC II 1692] Their Majesties commission for the rebuilding of the cathedral church of S. Paul in London:
Philopolites. / [1683] Themista & Euphorbus: in a familiar dialogue, plainly discovering and passionately bemoaning the exorbitances of the world in the administration of justice : composed at first for a private diversion, and now presented to the worthy maioralty within the famous and antient borrough of Tavistock, Devon, newly incorporated by His Maiesties special favour and with the assistance of the honourable Sr. James Butler, Kt. / by Philopolites.
Prynne, William, 1600-1669. / [1659] Theodidactus;, or, The faithful admonisher. Showing the great dishonour to God, and the Protestant religion, by the divisions and the animodities of the ministers of the Church of England, and seasonably exhorting them to unity of spirit in their profession of the gospell of truth. Representing withall at large that the Holy Communion of the Lords Supper belongeth unto all and every visible member of the Church that is capable of selfe-examination, and that Christ himselfe admitted Jvdas though a devill to it / by William Prynne.
[1648] Theologia Germanica.: Or, Mysticall divinitie : a little golden manuall briefly discovering the mysteries, sublimity, perfection and simplicity of Christianity, in belief and practise. Written above 250 years since in high Dutch, & for its worth translated into Latine, and printed at Antwarp, 1558. Whereto is added definitions theologicall and philosophicall. Also a treatise of the soul, and other additions not before printed.
Trapp, John, 1601-1669. / [1641] Theologia theologiæ, the true treasure, or, A treasury of holy truths, touching Gods word, and God the word digg'd up, and drawn out of that incomparable mine of unsearchable mystery, Heb. I. 1, 2, 3 : wherein the divinity of the holy Scriptures is asserted, and applied / by John Trappe ...
Stephens, Edward, d. 1706. / [1697] Theologica mystica: two discourses concerning divine communications to souls duly disposed ...
Corro, Antonio del, 1527-1591. / [An. 1575] A theological dialogue Wherin the Epistle of S. Paul the Apostle to the Romanes is expounded. Gathered and set together out of the readings of Antonie Corranus of Siuille, professor of Diuinitie.
Chauncy, Isaac, 1632-1712. / [1684] A theological dialogue: containing the defence and justification of Dr. John Owen from the forty two errors charged upon him by Mr. Richard Baxter in a certain manuscript about communion in lyturgical worship.
Assheton, William, 1641-1711. / [1696] A theological discourse of last vvills and testaments by William Assheton.
Wallis, John, 1616-1703. / [1695] Theological discourses, in two parts the first containing VIII letters and III sermons concerning the blessed Trinity : the second, discourses & sermons on several occasions / by John Wallis ...
La Peyrère, Isaac de, 1594-1676. / [1655] A theological systeme upon the presupposition, that men were before Adam the first part.
Powel, Gabriel, 1576-1611. / [An. Do. 1602] Theologicall and scholasticall positions concerning vsurie. Set forth by definitions; framed according to the rules of a naturall method.
Preston, Thomas, 1563-1640. / [1613] A theologicall disputation concerning the oath of allegiance dedicated to the most holy father Pope Paul the fifth. Wherein all the principall arguments which haue hitherto beene brought by Cardinall Bellarmine, Iacobus Gretzer, Leonard Lessius, Martin Becanus, and diuers others, against the new oath of allegiance, lately established in England by act of Parliament, are sincerely, perspicuously, and exactly examined. By Roger Widdrington, an English Catholike. Translated out of Latin into English by the author himselfe,whereunto hee hath also added an appendix, wherein all the arguments, whach that most learned diuine Franciscus Suarez, hath lately brought for the Popes power to depose princes, and against the aforesaid oath of allegiance, are sincerely rehearsed, and answered.
Dunbar, David, 17th cent. / [1646] The theologicall key of the three first covenants made by God with man, in the severall state of man, obliging man to his law, after a severall formall manner, from the beginning according to his sacred decree of predestination, fundamentally declared, according to his sacred word and truth / by David Dunbar, Esq.
Terry, John, 1555?-1625. / [Anno Dom. 1625] Theologicall logicke: or the third part of the Tryall of truth wherein is declared the excellency and æquity of the Christian faith, and that it is not withstood and resisted; but assisted and fortified by all the forces of right reason, and by all the aide that artificiall logicke can yeeld. ... By Iohn Terry Minister of the Word of God at Stocton.
Ward, Richard, 1601 or 2-1684. / [M.DC.XL. 1640] Theologicall questions, dogmaticall observations, and evangelicall essays, vpon the Gospel of Jesus Christ, according to St. Matthew Wherein, about two thousand six hundred and fifty necessary, and profitable questions are discussed; and five hundred and eighty speciall points of doctrine noted; and five hundred and fifty errours confuted, or objections answered: together with divers arguments, whereby divers truths, and true tenents are confirmed. By Richard VVard, sometimes student in the famous vniversities of Cambridge in England: St. Andrews in Scotland: and Master of Arts of both the kingdoms; and now a preacher in the famous city of London.
Gale, Theophilus, 1628-1678. / [1671] Theophilie, or, A discourse of the saints amitie with God in Christ by Theophilus Gale.
Tucker, Nath. / [1662] Theophosoi [sic] theophiloi: God's fearers are God's favourites, or, An encouragement to fear God in the worst times: delivered in several sermons / by ... Nath. Tucker ...
Vilvain, Robert, 1575?-1663. / [A.D. 1654] Theoremata theologica: = Theological treatises.: Octo theses theologicæ: eight theses of divinity. 1. Animæ humanæ productio: Production of mans soul. 2. Puræ Dei prædestinatio: Divine predestination. 3. Verum ecclesiæ regimen: The tru [sic] church regiment. 4. Prædictiones de Messia: Predictions of Messias. 5. Duæ Christi genealogiæ: Christs two genealogies. 6. Apocalypsis patefacta: The revelation reveled. 7. Christi regnum in terra: Christs millenar reign. 8. Mundi hujus dissolutio: The worlds dissolution. / Complied or collected by Rob. Vilvain. Price at press in sheets 3 .s.
Garrett, Walter. / [1700?] Theorems evincing, that the subject of the fourth and fifth chapters of the Revelation, is the Church of England, B.L.E. With answers to objections. Humbly offered to the serious consideration of all enemies of the Church of England, dissenters and separatists. By Wal. Garrett, rector of Everly in Wiltshire: sometime fellow of Trinity College in Cambridge.
Porter, Edmund, 1595-1670. / [1655] Theos anthrōpophoros. Or, God incarnate.: Shewing, that Jesus Christ is the onely, and the most high God· In four books. Wherein also are contained a few animadversions upon a late namelesse and blasphemous commentary on the Epistle to the Hebrewes, published under the capital letters, G.M. anno Dom. 1647. In these four books the great mystery of man's redemption and salvation, and the wayes and means thereof used by God are evidently held out to the capacity of humane reason, even ordinary understandings. The sin against the Holy Ghost is plainly described; with the cases and reasons of the unpardonablenesse, or pardonablenesse thereof. Anabaptisme, is by Scripture, and the judgment of the fathers shewed to be an heinous sin, and exceedingly injurious to the Passion, and blood of Christ. / By Edm. Porter, B.D. sometimes fellow of St. John's Colledge in Cambridge, and prebend of Norwich.
Moore, Samuel, b. 1617. / [1647] Theosplanchnistheis, or, The yernings of Christs bowels towards his languishing friends wherein the sincereity, ardency, constancy, and super-eminent excellency of the love of Jesus Christ as it workes from him towards his friends is delineated, discussed, and fitly applyed / by S.M. ...
Drake, Samuel, 1622-1679. / [1670] Theou diakonos, or, The civil deacon's sacred power in a sermon upon Rom. 13, 6 : preached in the Cathedral Church of St. Peter, York, at the summer assize, 1669, before the Right Honorable Baron Turner and Serjeant Waller : the Right Worshipful Sir John Armitage being then high-sheriff of Yorkshire / by Sam. Drake ...
[1653?] There be four heads of reasons by which the absolute necessity of a religious correspondency between the godly party of this common-wealth and forraign Protestants may be made manifest ...
[ca. 1695] There is newly published, the four following usefull and necessary books. The queens closet opened ... The exact dealer refined ... the third edition, enlarged. ... The young secretary's guide: or, A speedy help to learning. In two parts. ... The strange and prodigious religions, customs, and manners, of sundry nations ... the second edition. All four printed for Henry Rhodes ...
[1644] There is not any thing, which at this present concerns the kingdom of England, wherein its probable a ioynt consent and concurrence of King, Lords, and Commons will be had: as the wise and discreet managing of the affairs of Ireland, whether in prosecution of the war or peace.
White, George. / [168-?] There was a paper published on Friday last entituled Considerations humbly tender'd concerning the East-India-Company and the design of it is to offer some arguments for continuing the said company under the present charter and management.
Raffaeli, Francesco. / [1697] Theriaca Andromachi senioris diuinum inuentum The abouesaid antidote is composed in Venice vvith all diligence and careby Anthony Raffaeli apothecary at the signe of the Paradice at Riu'alta vpon the vvine banck in the presence and beforethe most illustrious magistrates of the old iustice, and the most excellent colledge of doctors and of the apothecaryes, and other deputys for the same, the faculties, and rare virtues of vvhich are as follo vveth for the good of all people.
[1695] Thesaurus geographicus a new body of geography, or, A compleat description of the earth ... collected ... by several hands : with an alphabetical table of the names of places.
Degravere, Julius. / [1662] Thesaurus remediorum a treasury of choice medicines internall and externall, exactly composed according to art, peculiarly and properly fitted and appointed against the infirmities of the principall parts of mans body ... / by Julius Degravere ; whereunto is added diagnostic signs to know the temperament and constitution of each body ...
Culpeper, Richard. / [1668?] These are to give notice to all His Majesties subjects, that Nicholas Culpeper late deceased, being a student in astrology, a person generally approved of to be an eminent physician in his time, and by his indulgent care performed many excellent cures, and for the singular affection he owed to his said Majesties subjects, in order to the preservation of their healths and lives under God, hath prepared, composed,and madean excellent lozenge, and an universal pill; which lozenges and pills were of that precious worth and vertue, that he concealed the publishing thereof until a little before his death.
C. V. P. / [between 1690 and 1700] These are to give notice, for the publick good, that there is lately come to the city of London, one Mr. C.V.P. a Dutchman, who has very good skill in helping all who has very good skill in helping all such whose members of their bodies are out of shape or order ...
Scotland. Commissioners of Excise. / [1656 ] These are to give notice, that the Commissioners of Customs and Excise, in pursuance of the power and authority to them given by his Highnesse Council in Scotland for the government thereof, have resolved, that the excise of beer, ale, and aquavitæ in the several shires in Scotland (the burghs therein included) be let to farm upon the respective dayes following, at the office in Leith.
England and Wales. Parliament. / [1644] These are to give you notice, that by vertue of an ordinance of the 27 of October last, you are assessed to lend the summe of [blank] of lawfull English money, to bee paid for our brethren of Scotland for their assisting up in this warre
England and Wales. These are to give you notice, that by vertue of an ordinance the 27 of October last, you are assessed to lend the summe of [blank] of lawfull English money, to bee paid for our brethren of Scotland, ...
[1491] [These ben the chapitres] of thys tretyse [of ye seuen poyntes] of trewe loue and [--] euerlastynge wysdom drawen out of ye booke yt is writen in latyn and and cleped Orologium sapiencie/
Holy Roman Empire. Emperor (1519-1556 : Charles V) / [1532?] [These ben the ordynau[n]ces, that the emperour hath caused to be red and declared in his presence, to thestates of his countrees of those partyes at theyr assemblynge to his magestye the .vii. day of Octobre, the yere of our Lorde .M.V.C.xxxi. ... ].
Smith, Mary, prisoner at Middlewich. / [Printed in the year 1667] These few lines are to all such as have an hand in persecuting the innocent people of God (called Quakers) for the exercise of their pure conscience towards God, whom Christ Jesus the Light hath redeemed, ...
Choke, John. / [between 1680 and 1690?] These most miraculous neck-laces being so well known, and approved of both in city and country, the virtues of the same being so large, thought fit as in duty I was bound to my fellow Christians to revive this worthy annodyne, ...
[1664?] These points are desired to be determined in the Admirall Court, although the agreement touching the same were made upon the land
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1670?] These queries are given forth for any, either priest or people to answer, if they can
Forster, Mary, 1619?-1686. / [1659] These several papers was sent to the Parliament the twentieth day of the fifth moneth, 1659. Being above seven thousand of the names of the hand-maids and daughters of the Lord, and such as feels the oppression of tithes, in the names of many more of the said handmaids and daughters of the Lord, who witness against the oppression of tithes and other things as followeth.
Hunt, James, 17th cent. / [1642] These spirituall verses of Iames Hunt, concerning the down-fall of the ceremonies.: VVhereby the bishops and their clergie have made, as it were, a trade to blinde and deceive the children of God, whom Christ Jesus hath redeemed from the bondage of Hell and corruption, by his suffering upon the crosse, and the power of his resurrection.
Marprelate, Martin, pseud. / [22 July 1589] Theses Martinianae that is, certaine demonstratiue conclusions, sette downe and collected (as it should seeme) by that famous and renowmed clarke, the reuerend Martin Marprelate the great: seruing as a manifest and sufficient confutation of al that euer the Colledge of Catercaps with their whole band of clergie-priests, haue, or canbring [sic] for the defence of their ambitious and antichristian prelacie. Published and set foorthe as an after-birth of the noble gentleman himselfe, by a prety stripling of his, Martin Iunior, and dedicated by him to his good neame and nuncka, Maister Iohn Kankerbury: hovv the yongman [sic] came by them, the reader shall vunderstande sufficiently in the epilogue. In the meane time, vvhosoeuer can bring mee acquainted vvith my father, Ile bee bounde hee shall not loose his labour.
Seton, John. / [1637] Theses philosophicae quas auspice & propitio D.O.M. adolescentes, magisterii candidati, in Academia Mareschallana, die 21 Iulii, Anno 1637. In publico clarissimorum philosophorum confessu propugnabunt, ab aurora ad meridiem.
Keith, Robert, fl. 1687. / [anno Dom. 1687] Theses philosophicæ quas A.P.D.O.M. ingenui aliquot adolescentes laureæ magisterialis candidati, in celeberrimo Collegio Marischaliano Universitatis Carolinæ Abredenensis ad diem 23 Junii, publice propugnabunt horis & loco solitis. Præside Roberto Ketho.
Chambers, Peter, fl. 1652. / [1652] They must needs go, that the devil drives: or, a whip for traytors: comprising, the charge, and articles of impeachment, against all those commissioners, treasurers, exoize-men, clerks, overseers, and surevyors, who have collected great sums of money, cheated the common-wealth of many thousands, oppressed the poor, favour'd the rich; and heap'd up chests of gold and silver for themselves. Also, a declaration to the people, for the taking off all taxes and assesments; and gallant propositions for the increase of trading, relieving the poor, and seting the bondmen free (throughout city and countrey) from rich and cunning assessors, and crafty catch-poles and collectors. Sent in a letter to the Parliament of England; and published by special authority.
Newton, James, fl. 1675. / [1675?] They that have any friends distracted or melancholy are desired to accept this: and, they that have none, not to reject it but rather to lay it by them, that they may, when they hear of any that are so, inform their friends; who also may be desirous to hear of one that is faithful and expert in these distempers;...
[1590] The thinges vvhich happened vpon the Prince of Parmas retire since the 20. of Nouembre, till the 27. of the same moneth With the newes from dauphine. Published by authority.
Stafford, Richard, 1663-1703. / [1691] Things plain and weighty referred unto the consideration of both Houses of Parliament assembled at Westminster, March 25, 1690 that peace and happiness, truth and justice, religion and piety, may be established amongst us throughout all generations.
Sharp, John, 1645-1714. / [1691] The things that make for peace delivered in a sermon preached before the right honourable the Lord Mayor, and the Court of Aldermen, at Guild-Hall-Chappel, upon the 23 of August, 1674 / by John Sharpe, D.D., now Lord Arch-bishop of York.
Venning, Ralph, 1621?-1674. / [1664] Things worth thinking on, or, Helps to piety being remains of some meditations, experiences, and sentences &c. never published till now : and now are as an addition to them which were formerly made publick: together with a sermon entituled The beauty of holines / by Ralph Venning ...
[1700] The Third abstract of the state of the mines of Bwlchyr Eskir-hir in the county of Cardigan from the thirtieth day of April last (inclusive) to this present day of December 1700 / by order of the committee.
Shower, Bartholomew, Sir, 1658-1701. / [1689?] The third and last part of the magistracy and government of England vindicated with reasons for a general act of indemnity &c.
Crisp, Stephen, 1628-1692. / [1694] The third and last volume of the sermons of Mr. Stephen Crisp late of Colchester Essex, deceased containing XII declarations upon several divine subjects : exactly taken in short-hand as they were deliver'd by him at the publick meeting-houses of the people called Quakers ... and now faithfully transcribed and published : with some of his prayers after sermon.
Böhme, Jakob, 1575-1624. / [1650] The third booke of the authour, being The high and deepe searching out of the threefold life of man through (or according to) the three principles by Jacob Behmen, aliàs Teutonicus Philosophus ; written in the Germane language, anno 1620 ; Englished by J. Sparrovv ...
[1660] A third conference between O. Cromwell and Hugh Peters in Saint James's park;: wherein, the horrible plot is discovered about the barbarous murder of our late soveraign lord King Charls the I. of ever blessed memory.
[April 28, 1643] The third intelligence from Reading. Dated from His Excellency his quarters before Reading, April 26. at night.
W. J. / [MDCXCIII 1693] The third letter from W.J. to the Reverend Doctor Wallis, professor of geometry in Oxford upon the subject of two former letters to him, concerning the Sacred Trinity.
Pelling, Edward, d. 1718. / [1687] A third letter to A person of quality being a vindication of the former, in answer to a late pamphlet intituled A discourse of the use of images, &c.
England. Court of King's Bench. / [1700] The third part of Modern reports being a collection of several special cases in the Court of Kings-Bench: in the last years of the reign of K. Charles II. In the reign of King James II. And in the two first years of his present Majesty. Together with the resolutions and judgments thereupon. None of these cases ever printed before. Carefully collected by a learned hand.
Hickeringill, Edmund, 1631-1708. / [1681] The third part of Naked truth, or, Some serious considerations, that are of high concern to the ruling clergy of England, Scotland, or any other Protestant nation and also a discovery of the excellency of the Protestant religion as it stands in opposition to papistical delusions, being a representation of what is the true glory of Protestants, and what are the base, contemptible and ridiculous principles, on which those that are called Roman Catholicks do build, as upon the sand, being very necessary for all Protestant families in this present juncture of time.
Ferguson, Robert, d. 1714. / [1682] The third part of No Protestant plot with observations on the proceedings upon the Bill of Indictment against the E. of Shaftsbury : and a brief account of the case of the Earl of Argyle.
Woman of quality, fl. 1689-1690. / [1689] The third part of The amours of Messalina wherein the secret intrigues of the four last years reign are compleated, and the love adventures of Polydorus King of the Gauls, and the late Queen of Albion, made publick / by a woman of quality ...
Abbot, Robert, 1560-1618. / [1609] The third part of the Defence of the Reformed Catholike against Doct. Bishops Second part of the Reformation of a Catholike, as the same was first guilefully published vnder that name, conteining only a large and most malicious preface to the reader, and an answer to M. Perkins his aduertisement to Romane Catholicks, &c. Whereunto is added an aduertisement for the time concerning the said Doct. Bishops reproofe, lately published against a little piece of the answer to his epistle to the King, with an answer to some few exceptions taken against the same, by M. T. Higgons latley become a proselyte of the Church of Rome. By R. Abbot Doctor of Diuinitie.
Penn, William, 1644-1718. / [1692] The third part of the new Athenians no noble Bereans: being an answer to the Athenian Mercury of the 14th. 4th. month, called June, in behalf of the people called Quakers.
Sherlock, R. (Richard), 1612-1689. / [MDCLXXVII. 1677] The third part of The practical Christian consisting of meditations, and Psalms illustrated with notes, or paraphrased, relating to the hours of praier, the ordinary actions of day and night, and severall dispositions of men. By R. Sherlock D.D. Rector of Winwick.
Leonard, William. / [1686] The third part of the reports of severall excellent cases of law, argued and adjudged in the courts of law at Westminster in the time of the late Queen Elizabeth, from the first, to the five and thirtieth year of her reign collected by a learned professor of the law, William Leonard ... ; with alphabetical tables of the names of the cases, and of the matters contained in the book.
Teresa, of Avila, Saint, 1515-1582. / [1654] The third part of the soul's delight collected and composed out of the works of the glorious virgin, St. Teresa of Iesus (author of the reformation of the Holy Order of the B.V. Mary of the Mount Carmell,) by the R.F. Paul of St. Vbald, religious of the same order, for the comfort of those that are more spirituall, and haue supernaurall prayer.
Hutton, Richard, Sir, 1561?-1639. / [1659] The third part of the young clerks guide: or, a further collection of choice English presidents: for indentures of settlement, of exchange, of bargains and sales, letters of attorney, declarations of trust, assignments, conditions, presentations, and sundry others of the newest forme. / Compiled by Sir R.H. and perused by a judicious practitioner, very useful and necessary for all.
Schomberg, Friedrich Hermann Schomberg, Duke of, 1615-1690. / [Re-printed in the year, 1689] A third proclamation by his Grace, Frederick, Duke of Schonberg, general of their Majesties forces in Ireland. Published at Dundalk, September 14, 1689.
Schomberg, Friedrich Hermann Schomberg, Duke of, 1615-1690. / [1689] A third proclamation by His Grace, Frederick, Duke of Shonberg, general of Their Majesties forces in Ireland published at Dundalk, September 14, 1689.
Danvers, Henry, d. 1687. / [1676] A third reply, or, A short return to Mr. Baxters brief answer to my second reply, in his postscript to a late treatise of justification wherein his contradictious and slanderous way of writing is further detected / by H. D'Anvers.
Turner, John, b. 1649 or 50. / [1689] A third representation of the case of the hospitaler of St Thomas wherein the point of law is argued and discussed, humbly addressed to the right worshipful the president and the court of the governours at their next general meeting.
Persius. / [1685] The third satyr of A. Persius in way of a dialogue or dramatick interlude between the serious, careful tutor and his inconsiderate, slothful pupil / rendred paraphrastically into English, and humbly recommended to the serious consideration and perusal as well of all young gentlemen as other of meaner quality whilst under tutelage and inspection of parents, governours and teachers by F.A.
Ellis, Philip, 1652-1726. / [1686] The third sermon preach'd before the King and Queen in Their Majesties chappel at St. James's on the third Sunday in Advent, Decemb. 13, 1685.
Humfrey, John, 1621-1719. / [1684] The third step of a nonconformist, for the recovery of the use of his ministry with some occasional notice taken of the judgment and decree of the University of Oxford, past in their convocation, July 21, 1683 / by one of the followers of peace, and lovers of impartiality.
Marana, Giovanni Paolo, 1642-1693. / [1691] The third volume of letters writ by a Turkish spy who lived five and forty years undiscover'd at Paris : giving an impartial account to the Divan at Constantinople of the most remarkable transactions of Europe, and discovering several intrigues and secrets of the Christian courts (especially of that of France) continued from the year 1645 to the year 1682 / written originally in Arabick, translated into Italian, and from thence into English by the translator of the first volume.
La Primaudaye, Pierre de, b. ca. 1545. / [1601] The third volume of the French academie contayning a notable description of the whole world, and of all the principall parts and contents thereof: as namely, of angels both good and euill: of the celestiall spheres, their order and number: of the fixed stars and planets; their light, motion, and influence: of the fower elements, and all things in them, or of them consisting: and first of firie, airie, and watrie meteors or impressions of comets, thunders, lightnings, raines, snow, haile, rainebowes, windes, dewes, frosts, earthquakes, &c. ingendered aboue, in, and vnder the middle or cloudie region of the aire. And likewise of fowles, fishes, beasts, serpents, trees with their fruits and gum; shrubs, herbes, spices, drugs, minerals, precious stones, and other particulars most worthie of all men to be knowen and considered. Written in French by that famous and learned gentleman Peter de la Primaudaye Esquier, Lord of the same place, and of Barree: and Englished by R. Dolman.
[1624?] A Thirde and last mape, both of the Sedg of Breda by Spinola and how the Princ of Orage hath enguarterde his forces as allso in what forme and place the forver English corroneller, hath emcampet them selues by ther crimes, with the last procedings.
Sennert, Daniel, 1572-1637. / [1660] Thirteen books of natural philosophy viz. I. Of the principles, and common adjuncts of all natural bodies. II. Of the heavens, the world, and elements. III. Of action, passion, generation, and corruption. IV. Of meteors. V. Of minerals and metals. VI. Of the soul in general, and of things vegetable. VII. Of animals or living creatures. VIII. Of man. Unto which is added five books more of natural philosophy in several discourses. IX. Discourses [illegible] principles of natural things. X. Dis. 2. Concerning the occult and hidden qualities. XI. Dis. 3. Of atomes and mixture. XII. Dis 4. Of the generation of live things. XIII. Dis. 5. Concerning the spontaneous generation of live things. Written in Latin and English. By Daniel Sennert, doctor of physick. Nicholas Culpeper, physitian and astrologer. Abdiah Cole, doctor of physick, and the liberal arts.
Collinges, John, 1623-1690. / [1684] Thirteen sermons upon several useful subjects two of them being funeral dicourses, occasioned by the death of the Reverend Mr. Nathaniel Mitchel, Minister of the Gospel ... / by John Collinges ...
Calvin, Jean, 1509-1564. / [1579] Thirteene sermons of Maister Iohn Caluine, entreating of the free election of God in Iacob, and of reprobation in Esau A treatise wherin euery Christian may see the excellent benefites of God towardes his children, and his maruelous iudgements towards the reprobate, firste published in the French toung, & now translated into English, by Iohn Fielde, for the comfort of all Christians.
[1647] Thirty and two extremes of these times discovered and reduced to sixteene golden meanes: tending to the reducing of strayers, the establishing of waverers, and the uniting of judgements and hearts together in the truth.
[1647] Thirty and two extremes of these times discovered and reduced to sixteene golden meanes: tending to the reducing of strayers, the establishing of waverers, and the uniting of judgements and hearts together in the truth.
Ireland. General Assembly at Kilkenny. / [1643. March the sixt] Thirty-five articles made and established by the rebells, the lords, and the rest of the Generall Assembly of that part of the kingdome of Ireland (now in rebellion) met at the citie of Kilkenny, Anno Dom. 1642
[1699] Thirty important cases, resolved with evidence of Scripture and reason (mostly) by several pastors of adjacent churches, meeting in Cambridge, New-England (with some other memorable matters) ; now published for general benefit.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1660] Thirty of the priests errors published.:
James, Elinor. ca. 1645-1719. / [1690] This being your Majesty's birth-day, I thought no time more proper than this, to return you thanks for your Majesty's speech, and more especially for declaring, that the Church of England is one of the greatest supports of the Protestant religion.
Percy, James, 1619-1690? / [1680] This book makes appear the claim, pedigree and proceedings of James Percy now claimant to the Earldom of Northumberland humbly presented to both Houses of Parliament.
Naylor, James, 1617?-1660. / [1657] This coming to my hand, and reading it over, savouring it to come from a pure fountain, ...:
City of London (England). / [1692] This court considering the frequent and continued neglects of several of the principal officers of this city hereunder named, to perform their duty in attending upon and walking before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor and Aldermen of this city ...
City of London (England). / [1680] This court now considering the frequent neglects of divers of the head officers of this city, to perform their duty in walking before the Lord Mayor and Aldermen ...
City of London (England). / [1691] This court, having received frequent complaints of the many mischiefs arising to the free-men of this city in their trade and commerce, occasion'd by foreign-buying and foreign-selling ...
City of London (England). / [1668] This day the president and governours of Christs-Hospital, London, to whom the rule, oversight and government of carrs, carts, carr-rooms, carters and carmen, within the city of London and liberties thereof, is committed by act of Common-Council ...
Pennyman, John, 1628-1706. / [Printed the 28th instant i.e. August, 1671] This following being a copy of a letter I carried to Devonshire-house the 21th instant (there being a meeting of the people called Quakers) I gave it to John Bolton : it being directed to him to be there read ...
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1656] This for each Parliament-man that they may see the wisdom by which all things were created with it, to order all things to His glory / given forth by George Fox.
T. D. Thomas Davenport. / [1659] This for the Parliament, Counsel, and the officers of the army of the Common-wealth of England, Scotland and Ireland; in patience to read and consider, Eccle. 7. 8, 9. Hag. 1. 5. Being that the servants of the Lord are to finish their true and faithful testimony against the world, as the Lord shall move them so to do, who live and move in him, that so they may finish their course with joy; and now for this end and purpose have I given forth this my testimony, that I might be found doing the will of God, whom I serve in the Spirit of his Son, not knowing but that my service herein may be acceptable to all, or some of you, and if but to one, shall be glad, and if to none, my labour shall not be in vain in the Lord, who is the reward of all them that obey him and diligently seek him. Written about the middle of the sixth month, 1659. By a lover of the truth, as it is in Jesus, a late member of the army, known by the name of Thomas Davenport.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [Printed in the year 1664] This is a controversy betwixt the Quakers and the Papists. Being answers to several papers, and replies to the answers of the Romish spiritual Aegyptian Sea, whose tongue hath of late spoke, and Sea hath the late swelled; but the bounds, which is the power of God, which the apostles was in, keeps it from over-flowing. And also here is some queries for them to answer, and also a challenge for them to come forth to try their Christ and God, which they make of bread and wine, to the people called Quakers, and not to be ashamed of him, for we are not ashamed of Christ before men. For they that love the light will bring their deeds to the light, that it may be manifest whether they be wrought in God yea or no, Joh. 3. Whereunto is added an answer to a paper of Henry Forts, one who is turned against the truth. / This 11 day of the 11 month, 1664. By G.F.
Griffith, John, of Llyne. / [1650] This is a true copy of a letter, that Prince Griffith lately writ to the Lord Windsor;: wherein the passages that happened betwixt them in Flaunders are truely related.
England. / [1540?] This is a true copy of the ordynaunce made in the tyme of the reygne of Kynge Henry the .VI. to be obserued in the kynges Eschequier by the officers and clerkes of the same for takynge of fees of the kynges accomptis in the same courte.
England. / [1530?] This is a true copy of the ordynau[n]ce made in the tyme of the reygne of Kynge Henry the VI to be obserued in the Kynges Eschequier by the officers and clerkes of the same for takynge of fees of the Kynges accomptis in the same court
England. / [1526?] This is a true copy of thordinau[n]ce made in the tyme of the reygne of Kynge Henri the vi to be obseruyd in the Kynges Eschequier by thoffycers and clerkes of the same for takynge of fees of the Kynges accomptau[n]t[es] in the same courte
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1679] This is a vvarning to all that profess Christianity and others.: To beware of covetousness, which is idolatry. By G. Fox.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1676] This is an encuragement to all the womens-meetings in the world who assemble together in the fear of God for the service of the truth : wherein they may see how the holy men encouraged the holy women both in the time of the law, and in the time of the Gospel, though selfish and unholy men may seek to discourage them : but go on in the name and power of Christ, and prosper / by G.F.
R. T. (Rebecca Travers), 1609-1688. / [1664] This is for all or any of those (by what name or title soever they be distinguished) that resist the Spirit and despise the grace that brings salvation that favour them which work wickedness and condemn the righteous, upon such must be fulfilled the judgments prophesied : also, things to come are here declared, but blind men cannot see, but as the world draws to an end, some shall remember me / [by] R.T.
Bradly, Richard, d. 1662. / [1660] This is for all you the inhabitants of Whitewell to consider, who deny the perfect life of Christ to be brought forth in his people here upon earth, and manifested in their mortal flesh by a ceasing from sin.: And to all others whom it may concern.
R. T. (Rebecca Travers), 1609-1688. / [in the 11th month. 1659] This is for any of that generation that are looking for the Kingdome [-]: with their own observations, but desernes not the signes of the coming [of the?] Son of Man. And especially for them that meet to worship in the old Mass-[house?] in Aldermanbury.
Fox, George, d. 1661. / [1659] This is for you who are called the Comon-vvealths-men [sic] both in the Army and Parliament to read. Wherein are many plain and true things declared unto you (which are suitable to your present estate and condition) that that [sic] ye may consider them in the same that they are sent unto you in, which is in truth, and in sincerity, and singlenesse and uprightnesse of heart, in that love which thinks no evil, even in obedience unto the spirit of the Lord, which also saith, try all things, and hold fast that which is good. / Given forth by George Fox the younger.
[1518?] This is the cronycle of all the kyng[es] names that haue ben in Englande, and how many yeres they reygned and how many saynt[es] & martyrs haue ben i[n] this lande, and shewith the hole su[m]me, from the makyng of the worlde tyll the co[m]mynge of Brute, ye whiche is iiii.M.lxxvii. yeres and fro[m] the co[m]mynge of Brute to the Incarnation of Christe is M.C.xxii yeres, & from the Incarnacion to the xxiiii yere of Kynge Henry the vi is M.CCCC.xlvi yeres.
Moulton, Thomas. / [1547?] This is the glasse of helth. A great treasure for pore men, necessary and nedefull for euery person to loke in, y[t] wyll kepe theyr body from syckenesses, and dyseases: and it sheweth how the planettes reygne in euery houre of the daye & the nyght, with the natures & exposicions of the .xii. sygnes, deuyded by the .xii. monethes of the yere. And after foloweth of all the euyll and daungerous dayes of the yere. And sheweth the remedyes, for dyuers infyrmyties and dyseases, that hurteth the body of man..
England and Wales. / [ca. 1618] This is the ordinaunce for the conseruation and keping of the Quenes Maiesties swannes and signettes, and of the Lordes spirituall and temporall, and of her Commons within the counties of Lincolne, Northampton, Rutland, Huntington, and Cambridge and the liberties and fraunchyse of the same: and for the conseruacion of fyshe and fowle, with the assissing of all maner of nettes within the sayde Counties and liberties of the same.
England and Wales. / [1564?] This is the ordinaunce for the conseruation and keping of the Quenes Maiesties swannes and sygnettes, and of the Lordes spirituall and temporall, and of her Commons within the counties of Lincolne, Northampton, Rutland, Huntyngton, and Cambridge, and the liberties & fraunchyse of the same and for the conseruacion of fyshe and fowle, with the assissing of all maner of nettes within the sayde counties and liberties of the same.
Smith, Humphrey, d. 1663. / [1662] This is to all deer friends who keep faithful in their measures to the end
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1657] This is to all officers and souldiers of the armies in England, Scotland, and Ireland; and to all magistrates, and them in authority in these nations, and the dominions thereunto appertaining for them to read.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1684] This is to all the prisoners and sufferers for the name of the Lord Jesus Christ and his worship. And ye know that the word of God is not bound.
Fox, Margaret Askew Fell, 1614-1702. / [1660] This is to the clergy who are the men that goes about to settle religion (as they say) according to the Church of England, whether they may be bishops or presbyters, or what name soever they may go under.
Wollrich, Humphry, 1633?-1707. / [1661] This is written in plainnesse of heart, and bowels of everlasting love to my persecutors who have shot sore at me, and hated me without a cause. Both magistrates, priests and people in Stafford sheir, of elsewhere, that ye all may be turned from the darknesse to the light, and from anti-christ without, unto Chrust within, who is the light of the world, and hath lighted wvery man therein with his saving light. Some queres also, for such who call themselves ministers of Christ, but are altogether unlike him, or his ministers to answer. Together with a warning from the Lord God of life and power to repent, andleave persecuting, and striving against, or kicking against the Lord. Written from one who have been in the pit, death, grave, and Hell; but am come from far, and am sit down with Abraham, Isaack, and Jacob, in the heavenly places with them that are in Christ, but unknown to you, I am: but by the name I have received amongst you, Humphry Wollrich.
S. H. / [1642. With licence] This last ages looking-glasse: or Englands sad elligie.: By S. H.
[1517?] [This mater treateth of a merchauntes wyfe that afterwarde went like a man and was called Frederyke of Jennen.].
Lee, Richard, fl. 1639-1678. / [Printed in the Year 1678] This most deplorable case of an antient citizen who hath been an old, honest, and faithful servant of, and very great sufferer for the interest of the city of London, is most humbly desired to be read over by all good citizens with great care, seriousness, and due consideration.
Nicols, Francis. / [1650] This most precious balsome is made in manner like a plaister for every ones conveniency, because they may carry it about with them wheresoever the please, and it is also made hard because if it were liquid, it would bee great inconvenience to carry it. The remedies of the said balsome.
Catholic Church. / [Anno domini .M.D.xxxiii die quarta Nouembris 1533] This prymer of Salisbury vse is set out a long withoutony serchyng, with many prayers, [and] goodly pyctures in the kalender, in the matyns of our lady, in the houres of the crosse, in the vij. psalmes, and in the dyryge.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1660] This to all people who stumble at Gods commands
D. W. (Dorothy White) / [1659] This to be delivered to the counsellors that are sitting in counsel as a warning from the Lord unto them before the terrible day come (that warning shall be no more) ... / by Dorothy White.
Whitehead, John, 1630-1696. / [1660] This to the King and his councel something in answer to an order made by the House of Lords for the breaking up of the meetings of the people of God in scorn called Quakers ...
[1696] This treatise proving three worlds, fou[n]dations, mentioned in Scripture whereby it is clearly made apparent, that none were elected before the foundation of the material heavens and earth, and likewise that the eternal purpose only reacheth forward to the eternity that is before us, that the decree for entring into life was made strait after Adam fell : two sorts of elections proved by the word, with the day of grace, or an offer of mercy to all that will upon the conditions take hold of it, which all Israel had, till they forfeited it by their not yielding obedience : there are also several controversial places answered, the tree of life, and the tree of knowledge explained.
I. H., fl. 1615. / [1615] This vvorlds folly. Or A warning-peece discharged vpon the wickednesse thereof. By I.H.
Fox, Margaret Askew Fell, 1614-1702. / [1660] This was given to Major Generall Harrison and the rest
Camm, John, 1604?-1656. / [Printed, Anno Dom. 1654] This was the word of the Lord which Iohn Camm, and Francis Howgill was moved to declare and write to Oliver Cromwell, who is named Lord-Protector:: shewing the cause why they came to speak to him: and shewing that they came not to petition him for any thing, but for the welfare of Sion, and for the righteous seeds sake; and that those laws which were given forth by the will of man, may be taken away; that the law may go forth of Sion, and the word of the Lord from Jerusalem; and so the kingdoms of the world may become the kingdom of Christ.
Brown, Thomas, 1663-1704. / [MDCXCVII 1697] Tho. Brown's recantation of his Satyr on the French King. Facit recantatio versum.
[1689] Tho. Kentish a trustee for certain indigent poor, his complaint of great injuries done [by] the city and their officers, Mr. Oddy and others, &c. drawn up at the invitation of the Lord Maior and Court of Aldermen, in their order dated Sept. 17. 1689. Wherein they honourably promise to hear his complaint, and do him right.
Field, John, 1652-1723. / [1682] Thomas Crisp's envy detected and folly manifested herein and the addition following by R.R. being an answer to his book entituled, The fourth part of Babels, &c. / by J.F. Junior.
Ellwood, Thomas, 1639-1713. / [1693] Thomas Ellwood's answer to so much of Leonard Key's late printed sheet of paper, as relates to him.
Wharton, Thomas Wharton, Marquess of, 1648?-1715. / [1697] Thomas Lord Wharton, Baron of Wharton in the county of Westmorland, warden, chief-justice, and justice in eyre of all his Majesty's forests, chases, parks, and warrens, of the south side of Trent: To the wardens, lieutenants, verderers, regarders, master-foresters, rangers, keepers, under-keepers, and to all and singular other the ministers and officers of his Majesty's forests, chases, parks, and warrens aforesaid, and every of them; and to all others whom these presents may concern: sendeth greeting, &c.
Martin, Thomas, fl. 1696. / [1696] [Thomas Martin & al. appellants. against William Stephens respondent]... Bewick, Simon Brown, senr. Simon Brown, junr. Robt. Hills, Edward Ballard, Joseph Leach and Thomas Cottage. ... Vicar of Linton. Respondent. The appellants case.
[between 1674 and 1691] Thomas Saffold, an approved and licensed physician, and student in astrology, still lives at the Black-Ball and old Lilly's Head, next door to the feather-shops that are within Black-Fryars Gate-way, which is over against Ludgate-Church, just by Ludgate, in London, who resolves these questions following, viz. Whether any ones life may be happy or unhappy ...
[1662?] Thomas Waites case, a condemned prisoner in the Tower.
J. R. / [1649] Thomson the great kild, or A perfect narrative of the totall routing of the Levellers neere VVellingborough towards Rutlandshire, where were taken all the whole party, with the desperate death of Captaine Thomson, also his last speech before his death; being a full relation of all the proceedings betweene His Excellency the L. Fairfax and the Levellers since His Excellencies advance from London, Thursday May 10. to their routing and surprisall May, 21. VVith the particulars of that engagement, and the prisoners taken. Also his excellencies the Lord Generals letter to the Speaker concerning the same. Published by specially authority.
Choke, John. / [between 1680 and 1690] Those incomparable neck-laces, which were prepared by that great traveller, Major John Choke, one of his Majesties chymists, are most famous, and in a manner miraculous; one of them being of no greater weight then a small nutmeg; absolutely easing children in breeding teeth, and cutting, without pain ...
Stephens, Edward, d. 1706. / [1700?] Thoughts about promoting the interest of Christ's universal church.
Leeds, Thomas Osborne, Duke of, 1631-1712. / [1689] The thoughts of a private person, about the justice of the gentlemens undertaking at York, Nov. 1688 wherein is shewed, that it is neither against scripture, nor moral honesty, to defend their just and legal rights, against the illegal invaders of them : occasioned then by some private debates, and now submitted to better judgments.
Beverley, Thomas. / [1690] The thousand years kingdom of Christ, in its full Scripture-state answering Mr. Baxter's new treatise, in opposition to it : humbley presented to the churches of Christ, particularly to the angels of the churches / by T. Beverley, a fore-runner to the everlasting Gospel of that kingdom, near to be preach'd.
Peryn, William. / [1546] Thre godly and notable sermons, of the moost honorable and blessed sacrament of the aulter. Preached in the Hospitall of S. Antony in London, by Wyllya[m] Peryn preest, bachelar of diuinite, [and] now set forth for the auaunceme[n]t of goddes honor: the truthe of his worde, and edification of good christen people.
Scotland. / [Novemb. 9. 1648] Three acts of the Committee of Estates of the Kingdom of Scotland;: the first, for providing maintenance for the soldiers to be kept up within that kingdom; and for preventing their taking of free-quarter. The second, for appointing a sub-committee for the managing the affairs of the treasury, comptrolary, collectory and exchequer of that kingdom. The third, for summoning all those who are accessory to the late engagement against England, to compier before the Estates of Parliament of the fourth of January next, 1649.
Church of Scotland. General Assembly. / [1652] Three acts of the Generall Assembly for promoving [sic] the knowledge of the grounds of salvation and observing the rules of discipline
Randall, John, 1570-1622. / [1630] Three and tvventie sermons, or, Catechisticall lectures upon the sacrament of the Lords Supper preached monthly before the Communion. By that late able, and painfull preacher, Master Iohn Randall Bachelour of Divinitie, pastor of Saint Andrewes Hubbart in little Eastcheape London, sometimes fellow of Lincolne Colledge in Oxford. Published by his executor Iosh. Randall, as he found it corrected by the authors one hand, in his study, since his death.
Tartaglia, Niccoláo, d. 1557. / [1588] Three bookes of colloquies concerning the arte of shooting in great and small peeces of artillerie, variable randges, measure, and waight of leaden, yron, and marble stone pellets, minerall saltepeeter, gunpowder of diuers sortes, and the cause why some sortes of gunpower are corned, and some sortes of gunpowder are not corned: written in Italian, and dedicated by Nicholas Tartaglia vnto the Royall Prince of most famous memorie Henrie the eight, late King of England, Fraunce, and Ireland, defender of the faith &c. And now translated into English by Cyprian Lucar Gent. who hath also augmented the volume of the saide colloquies with the contents of euery colloquie, and with all the corollaries and tables, that are in the same volume. Also the said Cyprian Lucar hath annexed vnto the same three books of colloquies a treatise named Lucar Appendix ...
Hermas, 2nd cent. / [1661] The three books of Hermas the disciple of Paul the Apostle. Viz. I. The church. II. The sheepherd. III. The similitudes. Englished by John Pringle.
Ovid, 43 B.C.-17 or 18 A.D. / [1661] The three books of Publius Ovidius Naso, De arte amandi translated, with historical, poetical, and topographical annotations by Francis Wolferston ...
[1690?] The three buxome maids of Yoel: or, The pleasant entreague betwixt them and a country sive-maker, who left them a large reckning to pay for their pissing in the sive. To the tune of, The guinny wins her. Licensed according to order.
Norton, John, 1606-1663. / [1664] Three choice and profitable sermons upon severall texts of Scripture viz. Jer. 30. 17, John 14. 3, Heb. 8. 5 : the first of them being the last sermon which he preached at the court of election at Boston, the second was the last which he preached on the Lords-Day, the third was the last which he preached on his weekly-lecture-day : wherein (beside many other excellent and seasonable truths) is shewed, the Lords soveraignty over, and care for his church and people, in order to both their militant and triumphant condition, and their fidelity and good affection towards himself / by that reverend servant of Christ, Mr. John Norton ...
Young, Samuel, fl. 1697. / [1698] Three contending brethren, Mr. Williams, Mr. Lob, Mr. Alsop, reconcil'd, and made friends by an occasional conference with three notorious hereticks, Mr. Humphreys, Mr. Clark, Dr. Crisp. By Calvin Anti-Crispian.
Wilkinson, Henry, 1616-1690. / [1660] Three decads of sermons lately preached to the Vniversity at St Mary's Church in Oxford: by Henry Wilkinson D.D. principall of Magdalen Hall.
England and Wales. Parliament. / [1642] Three declarations first, the declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament vvith His Maiesties answer thereunto : secondly, a declaration and protestation agreed upon by the Grand Iury at the assizes held for the county of Worcester the third day of August, 1642 ... : thirdly the declaration of the Isle of Wight to the King and Parliament.
England and Wales. Parliament. / [July 12. 1648] Three declarations of the Lords & Commons assembled in Parliament, the one, declaring the Duke of Buckingham, Lord Holland, and Lord Peterborough traytors & rebels, and for their estates, and all that shall adhere to them, to be forthwith sequestred. The other, for securing all just debts and engagements to such as have been or shall be engaged for the Parliament before any final conclusion of a peace. The third, declaring it an acceptable service of all such as have or shall serve the Parliament in suppressing insurrections and tumults. Also several votes concerning Major General Skippon. Ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that these declarations and votes be forthwith printed and published. H: Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.
Leigh, Edward, 1602-1671. / [1671] Three diatribes or discourses first of travel, or a guide for travellers into forein [sic] parts, secondly, of money or coyns, thirdly, of measuring of the distance betwixt place and place / by Edward Leigh, Esq. ...
Gassendi, Pierre, 1592-1655. / [1699] Three discourses of happiness, virtue, and liberty collected from the works of the learn'd Gassendi, by Monsieur Bernier ; translated out of French.
Sabinus, Angelus, 15th cent. / [MDCLXXXVIII 1688] The three epistles of Aulus Sabinus in answer to as many of Ovid made English by Mr. Salusbury.
Fioravanti, Leonardo, 1518-1588. / [1652. i.e. 1651] Three exact pieces of Leonard Phioravant Knight, and Doctor in Physick, viz. his Rationall secrets, and Chirurgery, reviewed and revived. Together with a book of excellent Experiments and secrets, collected out of the practises of severall expert men in both faculties.: Whereunto is annexed Paracelsus his One hundred and fourteen experiments : with certain excellent works of B.G. à Portu Aquitano. Also Isaac Hollandus his Secrets concerning his vegetall and animall work. With Quercetanus his Spagyrick antidotary for gun-shot.
Goffe, Thomas, 1591-1629. / [1656] Three excellent tragœdies.: Viz. The raging Turk, or, Bajazet the Second. The courageous Turk, or, Amurath the First. And The tragoedie of Orestes· / Written, by Tho. Goff, Master of Arts, and student of Christ-Church in Oxford; and acted by the students of the same house.
Wake, Isaac, Sir, 1580?-1632. / [1655] A three fold help to political observations contained in three discourses.: Written by that learned and experienced gentleman, Sir Jsaac Wake. 1. The first concerning the thirteen cantons of the Helvetical League, or of the Switzers. 2. The second declaring the state of Italy, as it stood neer about the year 1625. 3. The third touching the proceedings of the King of Sweden in his wars in Germany. Published for the benefit of the diligent observer.
Harrison, Robert, d. 1585? / [1583] Three formes of catechismes conteyning the most principall pointes of religion. R.H.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [Printed in the year, 1664] Three general epistles to be read in all the congregations of the righteous, who are gathered out of the house of Adam in the fall, into the house of Christ that never fell, to be read amongst them. / By, G.F.
Dod, John, 1549?-1645. / [1610] Three godlie and fruitful sermons; the two first preached by Maister Iohn Dod: the last by Maister Robert Cleauer. Whereunto are annexed, fiue propositions, or points of doctrine, comprehended in three other sermons, by the same author
L'Espine, Jean de, ca. 1506-1597. / [1611] Three godly treatises: [brace] 1. To comfort the sicke, 2. Against the feare of death, 3. Of the resurrection [brace] / written in French by Mr. I.D. L'Espine, preacher of the word of God in Angers ; and translated into English by S. Veghelman.
Payne, William, 1650-1696. / [MDCLXXXVIII. 1688] The three grand corruptions of the Eucharist in the Church of Rome. Viz. the adoration of the Host, communion in one kind, sacrifice of the Mass. In three discourses.
[1655] Three great and bloody fights between the English and the French: the first, by Gen. Pen, and Gen. Venables, against Monsieur de Poince, governor of St. Christophers for the king of France: with the particulars theref [sic], the taking of the Isle De la Martinicque, and the resolution of the said governor to fight it out to the last man, rather then to betray his trust and loyalty to the king. The second neer St. Mallovvs, continuing for the space of 8 hours: with the the number of ships, sunk, fired, and taken. The third, neer the isle of Majorca, by Gen. Blake, and the valiant chevaliers, continuing for the space of 24 hours: with a true narrative thereof, and the total routing and sinking of both the two generals, the Lord Valbelle, and the L. de Landes, who had taken above 150 men of war besides gallant merchants.
[MDCXXII 1622] Three great overthrovves one in the Palatinate, against Monsieur Tilley, the Duke of Bauaria's generall: giuen by the king of Bohemia himselfe, being in person in the same battell, with Sir Horatio Vere, but not Count Mansfield, as is reported, hee being at the same time in Spiers. The other before Haggenaw, against Leopaldus forces, the emperours brother, by Count Mansfields garrisons, left in the same citie. The last in Languedock in France, against the Kings forces, since Soubrizes defeat by his brother the Duke of Rohan, who hath taken Memorancy the admirall prisoner. Collected out of two letters, the one sent from Heydelburgh, the other from Mainhime, by an expresse post, that arriued here on May day at night.
M. R. / [re-printed in the year, 1681] Three great questions concerning the succession and the dangers of popery: fully examin'd in a letter to a Member of this present Parliament.
[1645] Three great victories I. obtained by Collonel Jones, and adjutant general Louthanie, in the entring of the town of Chester, where they took all the northeast part of the town, and the barres, and all the outworks, and works, as farre as the east gate, with all the particulars of the said fight, and the summons sent in, for the surrender of the city and castle : II. the taking of the devizes, by lieutenant generall Cromwell, with the aricles whereupon it was surrendred, on Tuesday the 24. of September, 1645, with all the particulars, about the same : III. the copie of a letter from lieutenant generall Leshley, to his excellency the Earl of Leven, of the glorious victory obtained in Scotland against Montrosse, 3 barons, killed upon the place, 2500 also slain, 700 killed in persuit, 500 laid down their armes, 6 lords, and 1700 others taken prisoners, amongst which many of quality, and a list of the names of the chiefest of those were slain and taken, 4000 armes taken, and all Montrosses carriages and ammunition, bag and baggage : commanded to be printed ... publish'd according to order.
Mornay, Philippe de, seigneur du Plessis-Marly, 1549-1623. / [1626] Three homilies upon these three sentences folowing. Psal. 55.22. Cast thy burthen vpon the Lord. Iohn 14.27. My peace I giue vnto you. Luk.10.42. One thing is necessarie. Composed by Philip Mornay, lord of Plessis-Marly.
Ken, Thomas, 1637-1711. / [1700] Three hymns, by the Bishop of Bath and Wells. Author of the Manual of Prayers for the use of the schollars of Winchester Colledge.
Shawe, John, 1608-1672. / [1646] The three kingdomes case: or, Their sad calamities, together with their causes and cure.: Laid down in a sermon preached at a publique fast at Kingston upon Hull. With some very remarkable passages of providence worthy of generall observation. /
Woodward, Ezekias, 1590-1675. / [1643] Three kingdoms made one by entring Covenant with one God wherein we have these remarkables, worthy all observation : I what it is to Covenant with God, II how hardly his people are drawn into it, III how the Lord has suffered His adversaries from time to time to buffit His people thereinto, IV The height of this covenant above former covenants and reasons why ... / by E.W.
Cruso, Timothy, 1656?-1697. / [1698] The three last sermons preached by the late Reverend Mr. Timothy Cruso, who dyed Novem. 26, 1697 to which is added his sermon on the 5th Nov. 1697.
Dyer, James, Sir, 1512-1582. / [1648] Three learned readings made upon three very usefull statutes:: the first, by that great and eminent sage of the law, Sir Iames Dyer, of the Middle Temple, upon the statute of 32.H.8.Chap.I. of Wills, and 34. & 35. Hen.8.Chap.5. for the explanation of that statute. The second, by Sir Iohn Brograve, of Grayes Inne, sometime his Majesties attourney of the dutchy of Lancaster, upon the statute of 27.H.8.Chap.10. concerning jointures. The third, by Thomas Risden esquire, of the Inner Temple, upon the statute of 8.Hen.6. Chap.9. of forcible entry.
[1689] Three letters
Wilbraham, Roger, b. 1623. / [28. Aug. 1648] Three letters concerning the surrender of many Scotish lords to the High Sheriffe of the county of Chester, and the condition of Duke Hamilton, Sir Marmaduke Langdale, Middleton, and others of note.: With a list of the names of the lords, knights, colonels, and other officers of Duke Hamiltons army: which was taken prisoners by the Parliament forces under the command of Lievt. Gen Cromwell. Their numbers and qualities herein exprest. Read in both Houses of Parliament the 25. of August. 1648.
England and Wales. Army. Council. / [Iune 28. 1647] Three letters from His Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax, and the officers and soldiers under his command. Two of them to the Parliaments commissioners now with the army, and by them sent up to the Parliament. The third to the Lord Major, aldermen and Common-Councel of the City of London, of the farther answer of the army, concerning the charge against the eleven members. And the grounds of the armies nearer advance to the Parliament and City of London. Also the result of a councel of war at Vxbridge, June 26. 1647. about quartering the army. By the appointment of his Excellency Sir Tho: Fairfax, and the councel of war. Barkhamstead, June 25. 1647. Signed John Rushworth.
[1645] Three letters from Sir Thomas Fairfax his armie. The one, from a gentleman residing there, to a worthy Member of the honourable House of Commons. Fully relating the manner of the late fight betweene Sir Thomas Fairfax, and Generall Gorings forces in Sutton-field neere Lamport, on Thursday last July 10. wherein the enemies whole army was routed, about 2000. Prisoners, 4000. armes, neere 2000. horse, and 40. colours taken, besides many horse and prisoners in the pursuit, and Goring and his scattered forces fled into Bridgewater. Also the particulars of the fight between Major General Massey's and the enemies forces, neere Ilmore, on Wednesday last, July 9. where he tooke 500. of the enemies horse, 200. prisoners, 2. majors, 6. captains, 9. colours, and 30. slaine on the place. Published by authority.
[March 26. 1646] Three letters intercepted by Sir Tho: Fairfax in Cornvval. The first, from the E: of Glamorgan to His Majesty; the second, from the Lord George Digby to his lady, the third, to his servant Walsingham; concerning their proceedings in Ireland. Sent by Mr. Peters to the Honorable House of Commons, and read in the said House. Ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that these letters be forthwith printed and published: H: Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.
[1642] Three letters of dangerous consequences read at a conference of both Houses of Parliament : the first two from Rotterdam and date Iuly 1 & 4 stilo movo, 1642 : the other, from M. Wilmot to M. Crofts at the Hague, dated Iuly 22, 1642 : in which appears a desperate designe of the L. Digby, Cap. Hide, Sir Lewis Divers, M. Jermin. M. Percy, and divers Cavileeres against the Parliament of England : with the names of ships, number of men and amunition now in readiness to be transported into the north : with many other observable matters.
Person of quality and of a publick spirit. / [1660] Three letters of publick concernment as to the present affairs ... as also concerning the late publication of the covenant in all churches / by a person of quality and of a publick spirit.
[1642. i.e. 1643] Three letters sent from Rome to some of the principall actors of the rebellion in Ireland: Dated 4. of Ianuary. 1642. after the Romane Account. Shewing their zealous affections and advice to their rebellious proceedings, whereof the two first were written in Irish and translated into English according to the originall coppies.
Penn, William, 1644-1718. / [1688] Three letters tending to demonstrate how the security against al future persecution for religion lys in the abolishment of the present penal laws and tests, and in the establishment of a new law for universal liberty of conscience
Mornay, Philippe de, seigneur du Plessis-Marly, 1549-1623. / [1627] Three meditations vpon these three places of scripture, 1 Cor. 2.2 ..., Psal. 6.1 ..., Prov. 3.11,12 ... by Iohn Bulteel.
[Printed in the year 1694] The Three merry wives of Green-Goose Fair, with them for mirth none can compare, or, A pleasant discourse of three merry-cummers being full of delight and pleasant wit, the merriest book that ever was writ.
Barksdale, Clement, 1609-1687. / [1675] Three ministers communicating their collections and notions. The first year touching several texts of Scripture ... wherein the Law and Gospel ... in short, the substance of Christianity is set forth ...
Felltham, Owen, 1602?-1668. / [Printed anno 1648] Three moneths obseruations of the Low-countries, especially Holland Containing a brief description of the country, customes, religions, manners, and dispositions of the people.
Plutarch. / [1561 (7 June)] Three [morall] treatises no lesse pleasau[nt] than necessary for all men to read[e,] wherof the one is called the learned prince, the other the fruites of foes, the thyrde the porte of rest.
England and Wales. Parliament. / [July 14. 1648] Three ordinances of the Lords & Commons assembled in Parliament, for impowering Major General Skippon to inlist voluntiers, and to conduct and lead them out of the late lines, as he shall see occasion, to fight with, kill and slay all such as shall oppose, rise, or make any insurrections against the Parliament, city and Kingdom. Die Jovis, 13 Julii, 1648. Ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that the ordinances for impowering Major General Skippon to inlist voluntiers, and for indempnifying him and such as do inlist, and for the committee of the militia to assist and incourage, be forthwith printed and published. H: Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.
England and Wales. Parliament. / [1647] Three ordinances of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament 1 For defraying the sallaries and charges of the committee, and sub-committees of accompts. 2 Appointing the committees of sequestrations in the severall counties of England and Wales, speedily to deliver in an accompt of all the sequestrated lands and goods, and how they have been disposed of. 3 Of the names of the peers added to the committee of the Navy and Customs. Die Veneris, 17 Decemb. 1647. Ordered by the Lords assembled in Parliament, that these ordinances be forthwith printed and published. Joh. Brown. Cler. Parliamentorum.
England and Wales. / [May 19, 1643] Three ordinances of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament containing the names of divers knights and gentlemen to be added to the committees in the counties of Kent and Suffex for the weekly assessments and for the seizing and sequestration of papists estates and other notorions delinquens for the use of the Parliament : also another ordinance of both Houses, concerning some voluntiers lately sent from the associate counties of Essex, Suffolke, Norfolke, Cambridge, &c which forces are to be maintained with the money raised upon the late ordinance for assessing in the said counties.
England and Wales. Parliament. / [Febr. 11. 1644. i.e. 1645] Three ordinances of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, viz. I. An ordinance for freeing and discharging of all rents and revenues (belonging to the Hospitals of St. Bartholomew, Bridewell, St. Thomas and Bethlem) from any assessments, taxes and charges whatsoever. II. An ordinance for establishing a new seal for the County Palatine of Lancaster. III. An ordinance for ordaining ministers in the County of Lancaster. H: Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.
England and Wales. / [1647] Three ordinances of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament. The first for keeping in godly ministers placed in livings by authority of Parliament. The second concerning the regulating the sale of bishops lands, and expediting the conveyances thereof. The third for the reliefe of Chester. Die Lunæ 23. August. 1647. Ordered by the Lords assembled in Parliament, that these three ordinances be forthwith printed and published. Jo. Brown Cler. Parliamentorum.
England and Wales. Parliament. / [Decemb. 21. 1644] Three ordinances of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament.: For the better observation of the monethly fast; and more especially the next Wednesday, commonly called the Feast of the Nativity of Christ, thorowout the kingdome of England, and dominion of Wales. Die Jovis, 19 Decemb. 1644. Ordered by the Lords in Parliament assembled, that this ordinance be forthwith printed, and published on the next Lords day in all the churches and chappels within the line of communication and bils of mortality. J. Brown Cler. Parliamentorum.
England and Wales. Parliament. / [Decemb. 22, 1642] Three ordinances, declarations and votes of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament,: for the present assessing of all such within the cities of London, Westminster, and the borough of Southwark, that have not contributed upon the propositions of both Houses of Parliament. With the additionall instructions to the Lord Maior, &c. and the assessors and collectors of the said contributions.
[August 31. 1648] Three petitions: the first, the humble petition of divers well-affected citizens and inhabitants in and about the City of London, to the Right honorable the Lord Major, the aldermen, and commons in Common councell assembled. The second, the humble petition of the Lord Major, aldermen, and commons in Common-councell assembled, to the Right honorable the Lords and Commons in High Court of Parliament assembled. The third, the humble petition of the aforesaid well-affected citizens of the City of London, to the Right honorable the Lords and Commons in High Court of Parliament assembled. With the answer of the Lords and Commons thereunto.
Wright, James, 1643-1713. / [1697] Three poems of St. Paul's Cathedral viz. The ruins. The rebuilding. The choire.
Ford, Simon, 1619?-1699. / [Nov. 20. 1667] Three poems relating to the late dreadful destruction of the city of London by fire, Septemb. 1666 entituled, I. Conflagratio Londinensis, II. Londini quod reliquum, III. Actio in Londini incendiarios / all by the same hand ; the first of which was before extant, but in this second edition very much amended, with large additions ; the other two are wholly new.
Balmford, James, b. 1556. / [1607] Three positions concerning the 1 Authoritie of the Lords day. 2 State of the Church of Rome. 3 Execution of priests. All written vpon speciall occasions by Iames Balmford minister
Carpenter, Richard, 1575-1627. / [1617] Three profitable sermons. 1. A pastorall charge. 2. Christs Larum-bell. 3. The soules sentinell Preached at seuerall times vpon sundry occasions, by Richard Carpenter pastor of Sherwill in Devon.
Calvin, Jean, 1509-1564. / [1580] Three propositions or speeches, which that excellent man M. Iohn Caluin, one of the pastors of the Church of God in Geneua had there. To which also is added, an exposition vpon that parte of the catechisme, which is appointed for the three and fortieth Sunday in number. Translated into Englishe, by T.VV.
[1688] Three queries, and answers to them
Broad, Thomas, 1577 or 8-1635. / [1621] Three questions ansvvered I. Question. What should our meaning be, when after the reading of the fourth Commandement, we pray; Lord incline our hearts to keepe this law? II. Question. How shall the fourth Commandement, being deliuered in such forme of words, binde vs to sanctifie any day, but onely the seauenth, the day wherein God rested, & which the Iewes sanctified? III. Question. How shall it appeare to be the law of nature to sanctifie one day in every weeke?
Torshell, Samuel, 1604-1650. / [1632] The three questions of free iustification. Christian liberty. The use of the Law. Explicated in a briefe comment on St. Paul to the Galatians, from the 16. ver. of the second chapter, to the 26. of the third. By Sam. Torshell pastor of Bunbury in Cheshire.
Burgess, Daniel, 1645-1713. / [1688] Three questions resolved briefly and plainly, viz. What conceptions ought we to have of the blessed God? What are those truths, whereof the knowledge appeareth most indispensibly necessary unto our salvation; and (therefore) to be first and most learnt by us? What is the change wrought in a man by God's H. Word and spirit, before he can safely conclude himself pass'd from death to life? Being the summ of three sermons. By Daniel Burgess.
[1660] Three seasonable quæres,: proposed to all those cities, counties and boroughs, whose respective citizens, knights and burgesses have been forcibly excluded, uniustly eiected, and disabled to sit in the Commons house, by those now acting at Westminster.
Hooker, Thomas, 1586-1647. / [1638] Three sermons I. The wrath of God against sinners, II. God's eternitie, and mans humanitie, III. The plantation of the righteous / by T.H.
Whitby, Daniel, 1638-1726. / [1685] Three sermons preach'd at Salisbury the first, A.D. 1680, and again before the militia, at their going against the late Duke of Monmouth ... the second preach'd before the Right Reverend Father in God, Seth, Lord Bishop of Sarum, A.D. 1681 ... the third, preach'd A.D. 1683, at the election of the mayor ... / by Daniel Whitby.
Robotham, Charles, 1625 or 6-1700. / [1680] Three sermons preach'd upon extraordinary occasions. By Charles Robotham, B.D. rector, of Reisam in Norfolk:
Adams, Thomas, fl. 1612-1653. / [1625] Three sermons preached 1. In Whitehall, March 29. being the first Tuesday after the departure of King Iames into blessednesse. 2. In Christs Church, at the trienniall visitation of the right Reuerend Father in God, the Lord Bishop of London. 3. In the chappell by Guildhall, at the solemne election of the Right Honourable the Lord Maior of London. / By Tho: Adams.
Lyford, William, 1598-1653. / [1654] Three sermons preached at Sherborne in Dorsetshire by William Lyford ... being his last sermons ...
Eedes, Richard, 1555-1604. / [1627] Three sermons preached by that learned and reuerend diuine, Doctor Eedes, sometimes dean of Worcester, for their fitnesse vnto the present time, now published by Robert Horn ...
Sclater, William, 1575-1626. / [1629] Three sermons preached by VVilliam Sclater Doctor of Diuinity, and minister of the word of God at Pitmister in Sommersetshire. Now published by his sonne of Kings Colledge in Cambridge.
Stanley, Edward, 1597 or 8-1662. / [1662] Three sermons preached in the Cathedral Church of Winchester: The first on Sunday, August. 19. 1660. at the first return of the Dean and Chapter to that church, after the restauration of His Majesty. The second on Jan. 30. 1661. being the anniversary of King Charles the first, of glorious memory. The third at the general assize held there, Feb. 25. 1661. By Edward Stanley, D.D. Prebendary of the church.
Johnson, Christopher, b. 1657 or 8. / [1696] Three sermons preached the first in Richmond Church, August 17. 1690. on the most happy accession of Their Majesties, King William and Queen Mary to the Crown. The second in Mortlake Chuch in Surrey March 3. 1694. on the death of our late most gracious soveraign lady the Queen, of blessed memory. The third in Mortlake Church, April 16. 1696. being the day of Thanksgiving unto Almighty God, for discovering and disappointing the horrid and barbarous conspiracy to assassinate His most gracious Majesty's royal person: and for delivering this kingdom from an invasion, intended by the French. By Christopher Johnson, M.A. and school-master of Richmond in Surrey. Printed to prevent mistakes concerning the author.
Cannon, Nathanael, 1581 or 2-1664. / [1616] Three sermons The former discouering a double and false heart, vpon the I. King. 21. 9. and 10. The second called, the blessednes of the righteous, vpon Psalm. 37. verse 37. The third, the court of guard, or watch of angels: I, Sam. 17. 37. By Nathaniel Cannon, Preacher of Gods Word at Hurley in Berkeshire.
Squire, John, ca. 1588-1653. / [1637] Three sermons tvvo of them appointed for the Spittle, preached in St. Pauls Church, by John Squier, vicar of St. Leonards Shoredich in Middlesex: and John Lynch, parson of Herietsham in Kent.
N. N., Preacher in Ordinary to Their Majesties. / [1688] Three sermons upon the sacrament in which transubstantiation is impartially considered, as to reason, scripture, and tradition to which is added a sermon upon the feast of S. George / by N.N. ... Preacher in ordinary to Their Majesties.
Cawdrey, Daniel, 1588-1664. / [1641] Three sermons viz. 1. A commission for an assise, granted to the saints, 2. A close hypocrite discovered, 3. The lawfulnesse of doing good out of hope of reward / by Daniel Cawdrey ...
Crook, Samuel, 1575-1649. / [1615] Three sermons viz. The walking sleeper, the ministeriall husbandrie, the discouerie of the heart. Preached and published by Sam. Crooke.
Cleaver, Robert, 1561 or 2-ca. 1625. / [1611] Three sermons vpon Marke, the ninth chapter, 22.23. verses Containing fifteene doctrines, the particulars whereof appeare in the next pages following. / By Robert Cleauer.
Hieron, Samuel, 1576?-1617. / [Anno 1607] Three sermons. 1. The good fight. Preached at the funerall of Henry Sommaster of Pens-ford in the country of Deuon, Esquire. Ian. 1606. 2. The worth of the water of life. 3. Dauids longing, and Dauids loue. By Sam. Hieron.
S. L. / [1660] Three sermons: viz. Davids tears for his rebellious son Absalom, Israels tears for Abners fall by bloudy Joab, infants tears for Athaliahs treason, / preached by S.L. a true lover of the church, his king, and country, in his country-cure.
Hieron, Samuel, 1576?-1617. / [1609] Three sermons: a remedie for securitie. The ruine of Gods enemies. The worldlings downfall. By Samuel Hieron
[An. Dom. 1643] Three severall and different characters of the Cardinall Duke of Plessis Richelieu; the late potent manager of the French monarchie, and well-nigh grand arbitrator of the rest of Europe.
[Decemb. 6. 1644] Three severall letters of great importance.: The first, containing the brave exploits of the Lyme men at Axmister in Devonshire; together with a perfect list of the number of prisoners, ordnance, armes, and ammmuition [sic] taken there. The second, containing the late affaires at Duncanon Fort, and the city of Corke in Ireland, together with the conversion of one bishop and two deanes; shewing that they are willing to relinquish their pompe and great titles and to become single ministers againe. The third, concerning the late losse of Monmouth, and the possibility of regaining it. Passed according to order.
West-Indische Compagnie (Netherlands) / [1630] Three severall treatises concerning the truce at this present propounded. The first, laying open divers considerations and reasons, why a truce ought not to bee contracted: propounded vnto the high and mightie lords of the States Generall of the Vnited Provinces: by the right honble the commissioners and deputies of the most hon: authorized Company of West India. In their owne behalfe. The second, discusseth this question very pithily and at large, whether or no it bee lawfull to make truce with the King of Spaine, with divers fitting considerations. Lastly, here is added a remonstrance, represented to the States theyr Excellencies, in the behalfe of the King of Bohemia, which hath a respect vnto the affaires in Germanie. All truly and faithfully translated out of the Low Dutch copie.
[1620] Three small and plaine treatises 1. Of prayer or actiue 2. Of principles, or positiue 3. Resolutions, or oppositiue Diuinitie. Translated and collected out of the auncient writers for the priuate vse of a most noble ladie. By an old praebendary of the Church of Lincolne.
Manchester, Edward Montagu, Earl of, 1602-1671. / [August 2. 1643] Three speeches delivered at a common-hall, on Saturday the 28 of July, 1643.: At the reading of a proclamation from the King: viz. I. By Edward Earl of Manchester, concerning the Tower of London. II. By John Pym Esq; by way of observation upon the said proclamation. III. By Henry Martin Colonell, concerning Sir William Waller, and what course is now to be taken. With a true copy of the proclamation aforesaid. Also, the deposition of Mr. Mayo, taken at Bridges in Flanders, Iuly 20. 1643. concerning contributions there made for the assistance of the papists in England. Imprimatur, John White.
Northumberland, Algernon Percy, Earl of, 1602-1668. / [March 11. 1644. i.e. 1645] Three speeches delivered in the Guild-hall, London, on Tuesday the fourth of March, By the Earl of Northumberland, the Lord Lowden, and Sir Henry Vane junior. Concerning the treaty at Uxbridge; wherein is shewed the candor of the Houses of Parliament, and the unreasonablenesse of the Kings Commissioners; in urging that the militia might be put into the hands of such as have taken arms against the Parliament. Iustifying the cessation in Ireland, and no promise would be given that there should be no further peace made with them. Our propositions for religion rejected. Also, what course is now to be taken. Licensed, and printed according to order.
England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I) / [1642] Three speeches made by the Kings most Excellent Maiesty.: The first to divers Lords and Colonels in His Majesties tent, the second to his souldiers in the field; the third to his whole army, immediately before the late battell at Keinton neer Banbury. Wherein His Majesties resolutions are declared, being sent to Master Wallis in London, in a letter from an eminent gentleman, Colonell Weston, one of His Maiesties commanders.
Whitlocke, Bulstrode, 1605-1675 or 6. / [printed in the year, 1659] Three speeches made to the Right Honorable the Lord Maior, aldermen, and Common-Council of London, by the Lord Whitlock, Lord Fleetwood, Lord Disbrowe. At Guild-Hall, on Tuesday November the 8th. 1659.
Puritanomastix, Antibrownistus. / [1642] Three speeches, being such speeches as the like were never spoken in the city.: The first by Master Warden to the fellowes of his company, touching the affaires of the kingdome. The second by Mistris Warden, being her observations on her husbands reverent speech, to certain gentlewomen of Ratliffe and Wapping. The third by Mistris Wardens chamber-maid as she was dressing her mistris, the wifedome and learning whereof will amaze your judgements. / Published by Antibrownistus Puritanomastix.
Wray, John, Sir, 1586-1655. / [1641] Three speeches, made by Sir Iohn VVray to the House of Commons, assembled in Parliament : 1 against Thomas Earle of Strafford, and the Bishop of Canterbury : 2 being a motion for the taking of an oath to maintaine the religion and vowes established : 3 against the oath and Commons made by the Assembly at the last Convocation.
Pike, Richard, fl. 1625. / [1626] Three to one being, an English-Spanish combat, performed by a westerne gentleman, of Tauystoke in Deuon shire with an English quarter-staffe, against three Spanish rapiers and poniards, at Sherries in Spaine, the fifteene day of Nouember, 1625. In the presence of dukes, condes, marquesses, and other great dons of Spaine, being the counsell of warre. The author of this booke, and actor in this encounter, Richard Peeeke [sic].
Philalethes, Eirenaeus. / [1694] Three tracts of the great medicine of philosophers for humane and metalline bodies ... all written in Latine by Eirenæus Philalethes ... ; translated into English for the benefit of the studious, by a lover of art and them.
Boyle, Robert, 1627-1691. / [1671] Three tracts written by Robert Boyle.
P. M. / [1603] Three treatises religiously handled, and named according to the seuerall subiect of each treatise the mourning weede, the mornings joy, the kings reioycing / published by R.M. ...
Attersoll, William, d. 1640. / [1632] Three treatises Viz. 1. The conversion of Nineueh. 2. Gods trumpet sounding the alarum. 3. Physicke against famine. Being plainly and pithily opened and expounded, in certaine sermons. by William Attersoll, minister of the Word of God, at Isfield in Sussex.
Taylor, John, 1580-1653. / [MDCXLII. 1642] A three-fold discourse betweene three neighbours, Algate, Bishopsgate, and John Heyden the late cobler of Hounsditch, a professed Brownist. Whereunto is added a true relation (by way of dittie) of a lamentable fire which happened at Oxford two nights before Christ-tide last, in a religious brothers shop, knowne by the name of Iohn of all-trades.
Denison, John, d. 1629. / [1608] A three-fold resolution, verie necessarie to saluation Describing earths vanitie. Hels horror. Heauens felicitie. By Iohn Denison Batchelour in Diuinitie.
N. N. / [1681] A threefold alphabet of rules, concerning Christian-practice the first precept of each letter concerning our duty toward God, the second towards our neighbour, the third towards our selves.
Jemmat, William, 1596?-1678. / [1698] A threefold alphabet of rules, concerning Christian-practice. The first precept of every letter concerning our duty toward God; the second towards our neighbour; the third towards our selves. Gathered at a friends request in this order for the helping the memory. / Revised and approved for Dr. Thomas Taylor's own collection, by William Jemmat Minister at Reading.
Sclater, William, 1575-1626. / [1610] A threefold preseruatiue against three dangerous diseases of these latter times. 1. Non proficiency in grace. 2. Fals-hearted hypocrisie. 3. Back-sliding in religion. Prescribed in a sermon at S. Pauls Crosse in London, September, 17. 1609. By William Sclater, Batcheler in Diuinity, and sometimes fellow of the Kings Colledge in Cambridge.
Bernard, Richard, 1568-1641. / [1641] A threefold treatise of the Sabbath distinctly divided into the patriarchall, mosaicall, Christian Sabbath : for the better clearing and manifestation of the truth ... / by Richard Bernard ...
Harrison, Thomas, 1619-1682. / [1659] Threni Hybernici: or, Ireland sympathising with England and Scotland, in a sad lamentation for the loss of their Josiah. Represented in a sermon at Christ-Church in Dublin before His Excellency the Lord Deputy, with divers of the nobility, gentry, and commonality there assembled, to celebrate a funerall solemnity upon the death of the late Lord Protector. By Dr. Harrison, chief chaplain to his said Excellency.
Segar, Simon, fl. 1656-1712. / [1695] Threno-Maria a rapsodicall essay on the death of our late gratious soveraign Queen Mary of ever-blessed memory / by Mr. Si. Segar.
[1606] Threnodia in obitum D. Edouardi Lewkenor Equitis, & D. Susannae coniugis charissimæ. = Funerall verses vpon the death of the right worshipfull Sir Edvvard Levvkenor Knight, and Madame Susan his Lady. With Deaths apologie, and a reioynder to the same.
Brett, Arthur, d. 1677? / [1660] Threnodia. On the death of the high born prince Henry, Duke of Glocester. By Arthur Brett, student of Christ-Church.
[Printed in the year, MDCXCVIII. 1698] Threnodium Apollinare. To the memory of the right honourable Philip late Earl of Leicester.
J. N. / [Anno Domini 1600] Threnos' militarius ingeminatus; sive, mnemosynum lapidarium lotharingii ducis & Schombergi, gemini in re militari coryphæi heroûm duo, uno eodemq; anno defuncti, sempiternæ memoriæ, et sepulchrali marmori consecratum. Per J, N. M.D.:
Willington, George. / [1660] The thrice welcome, and happy inauguration of our most gracious, and religious sovereign, King Charles II. To the crown and kingdoms of Great-Brittain and Ireland. Containing, in the first place, the authors most humble supplication to the King's most excellent Majesty, in order to the reformation of religion, in six particulars. In the second part, the subjects duty to their sovereign, in sundry heads, and divers particulars very usefull for these times: together with a recommendation of the work to the Kings Majesties subjects. By Geo. Willington, of the city of Bristoll.
Traill, Robert, 1642-1716. / [1696] The throne of grace discoursed of from Heb. IV, 16 / by Robert Trail ...
Bishop, George, d. 1668. / [1657] The throne of truth exalted over the povvers of darkness. From whence is judged, the mouth of Ralph Farmer (an unclean and blood-thirsty priest of Bristol) opened in blasphemy against God, and his name, and his tabernacle, and them that dwell in heaven; in a late noysome pamphlet of his, intituled, Satan enthron'd in his chair of pestilence; or, Quakerism in its exaltation. And in the light and power of which is comprehended, swept away, and overthrown the filthy matter, and mischievous design of Satan in that heap of falshood; and his confusion, dishonesty, lyes, slanders, scoffs, blasphemies, and other polluted stuff with which it is fill'd, made manifest, and turned back into his own bosome, the lake from whence it came; and the truth fully vindicated, & made to apear clear, as to all that's endeavoured to be cast thereon by him, either as to I.N. and that companie's late coming to Bristol, their papers, &c. or upon occasion thereof in that his book. For the sake of the simple-hearted in this great hour of temptation, and power of darkness. By a witness of the truth, ... Geo. Bishope.
Author of the Carmen natalitium. / [Printed in the year 1700] Thrænodium Britannicum a funeral poem to the memory of William Duke of Glocester / by the author of The carmen natalitium.
Bernard, Richard, 1568-1641. / [1628] Ruths recompence: or a commentarie vpon the booke of Ruth wherein is shewed her happy calling out of her owne country and people, into the fellowship and society of the Lords inheritance: her vertuous life and holy carriage amongst them: and then, her reward in Gods mercy, being by an honourable marriage made a mother in Israel: deliuered in seuerall sermons, the briefe summe whereof is now published for the benefit of the Church of God. By Richard Bernard ...
J. J. / [1662] A thunder-clap from New-Gate to the quaking saints of London their cabinet of iniquity unlookt, and laid open to publick view : wherein is discovered the querks, quillets, subtle whimsies and sophistical devises used by them to delude and ensnare the ignorant and unlearned to the disturbance of the peace of His Majesties kingdoms : also an exact narrative of their proceedings in the University of Newgate with their strange actings and devises to raise new commotions by divulging treasonable, seditious, and l'bellious papers throught the city of London : and the manner how they would have rays'd one Watson to life two hours after he was buried / written by J. J. ...
Aspinwall, William, fl. 1648-1662. / [1655] Thunder from heaven against the back-sliders and apostates of the times. In some meditations on the 24 chapter of Isaiah. / By W.A.
S. T. / [1648 i.e. 1649] A thunder-clap to Sion-Colledge. Or, a catalogicall hint of the pulpit inveteracy, and apostacy, of that mischievous assembly, or mystery of iniquity, at Sion Colledge.: By S.T: a cordiall friend to truth and peace, &c.
D. B. (Daniel Baker), fl. 1650-1660. / [1658] A thundering voice out of Sion yet a tender visitation sounding forth to awaken all sorts of professors in this nation of England (and dominions thereof) who are scattered in the many by-wayes, sects and opinions, crying, lo here, and lo there, seeking the kingdom of God (which is not of this world) with outward observation : more especially intended and directed unto those people who have separated themselves ... / given forth by a souldier in the army of the lamb, who is in outward bonds in the prison-house, called New-Prison, and known by name, Daniel Baker, though by the scorners called Quaker.
England and Wales. Parliament. / [1660] Thursday, April 26. 1660.: Resolved by the Lords and Commons in Parliament assembled, that this day fortnight be set apart for a day of Thanksgiving ...
Knox, W., Sir. / [Printed in the Year 1689] Thursday noon, being Feb. (26) 84/85: My dearest soul, Thou only preserver of my life ...
England and Wales. Lord Protector (1653-1658 : O. Cromwell) / [1657] Thursday the tenth of September, 1657. At the Council at VVhite-hall.: His highness the Lord Protector and his Privy Council, being very sensible of the hand of the Lord, which for some moneths past hath layen sore upon this land, in the present visitation by sickness throughout the nation, ...
W. R. / [1684] Thy loyal health occasion'd by His Majesties most happy deliverance from the late horrid phanatical conspiracy by the fire at Newmarket.
Seneca, Lucius Annaeus, ca. 4 B.C.-65 A.D. / [1674] Thyestes a tragedy, translated out of Seneca to which is added mock-thyestes, in burlesque / by F. W. Gent.
Horn, John, 1614-1676. / [1650] Thyra aneogmene. The open door for mans approach to God. Or, a vindication of the record of God concerning the extent of the death of Christ in its object.: In answer to a treatise of Master Iohn Owen, of Cogshall in Essex, about that subject. / By John Horn, a servant of God in the Gospel of his son, and preacher thereof at Lyn in Norffolk.
[Anno. 1563] Thys booke is called the treasure of gladnesse and semeth by the copy, (beeing a verye litle manuel, and vvritten in velam) to be made aboue CC. yeres past at the least. Wherby it appeareth howe God in olde time, and not of late only, hath ben truely confessed and honored. The coppy hereof is for the antiquity of it, preserued, and to be seene in the printers hall. Set forth and alowed, accordyng to the Quenes iniunctions. And now first imprinted
White, Henry, 1593 or 4-1661. / [in the year, 1660] Thysia 'aineseōs, or A thank-offering to the Lord for the happy recal of our dread soveraign Charles, by the grace of God, King of England, Scotland, France, and Ireland, defender of the faith, &c. to his kingdoms and people. God save King Charles the II.